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my experiences with negative entities (spirits)

18 Aug

lets face it. if you are a sensitive, a paranormal investigator, a shaman, witch, wiccan, wizard, spirit keeper, paranormal collector. you will have run ins with negative entities. whatever they be demons, fallen angels, dark fays, red djinn, bad human spirits, dark succubae, etc.
i myself  had run ins because i’m a student of shamanism as well as the occult and mysticism  and being a spirit keeper  i  have  had experiences.
first thing i learned is don’t be  too afraid. the other is conditioning your mind.
conditioning i refer to is an affirmation that you are a child of the divine. that god, the goddess is your parent. if you don’t believe in any deity. that’s fine too. just believe you are the light of the universe in intelligence and influence.
also remember there are good spirits; helpful spirits out there.   and you can call on them to aid you. you just need to believe.
with that said and done. the  easiest ritual to clear one’s self or home, etc of entities is just telling them to leave. not in anger. but in a calm but very strong voice to tell them to leave. depending what kind of entity you are dealing with. it is good to be polite to them. the reason for this no spirit not even a demon can ever accuse  you of being impolite. and use it against you in the spirit world. however if the spirit  is impolite to  you. you may be likewise.
if it continues (that is  the negative activities) you may use whatever prayers or rituals in your belief system against the entities.
then there is smudging:
smudging is burning either sage sticks or grounds. after you light them the latter in a smudging bowl.
ther you go from one room to the other to each corner and say the following:
in the name of father sky mother earth to all unwanted entities who wish to do me harm leave. this is my home. leave now.
i myself use rituals based on ceremonial magick of the hemetic order of the golden dawn.
this is  the banishing ritual of the lesser pentagram.  you stand at each wall and draw a pentagram as shown in diagram
hwb-lbrh-1

and you say the following:
before me raphael
behind me gabriel
at my right hand michael
at my left hand auriel
before me flames the pentagram
behind me the six rayed star
i hereby banished all negative and unwanted spirits from this space.
and repeat this at each wall of a room while burning incense which can be sandalwood, frankincense
and if you ancestry is jewish there are  some kabbalistic prayers.
most of the time i use a ritual that involves using the name of God and Goddess of the Hebrews: the tetragrammaton  and burning incense (mostly frankincense) and blessing the letters of god and goddess’s name in hebrew ( the letters themselves are in hebrew as well). as i hold the incense in my hand and point it in the directions of the earth. and at the end of the ritual i asked God and his shekinah. (the name of God’s bride the hebrew goddess) to clear my living space of negative entities. and to welcome positive ones in. i learned this ritual from reading passages in the zohar and the sefer yetzirah.
if your muslim the reading of surah 72 while burning incense such as the above can be used.
christians would read psalm 91 and  recite the lord’s prayer. as well as the hail mary if they be catholic.
if all else fails. and if you fear for the safety of your family. please seek help from paranormal investigators as well as  those of  your religious
and spiritual backgrounds.
if you are a keeper of spirits and have relationships with spirits. make certain that the spirits that you have a connection to. understand the limits and boundries of that relationship. even spirits can make mistakes. so be patient with them and love them. if there be negative spirits in  your presence. chances are they are aware of situration. and will try to get your attention. sometimes those spirits may behave in strange ways even in negative ways. do not pass judgement on them. instead asked them what is wrong. once you know. then asked for their aide and guidance.    trust them. they will help you. or lead you where you can get help.
richard t

my summary of the book: sexual alchemy by donald tyson

12 Sep

i’m writing this  as just a primer for anybody who wishes to read this book. that is if they can afford to buy it since it is out of print. and is being valued over the price that it is listed as (29.95).
the reason why this book is out of print and is a collector’s item is that it works!
i’ll start out with the basics. mr tyson starts out at the introduction the reasons why he wrote the book. and his rituals that lead to writing the book. which were basically on seeking a sexual relationship with a spirit that who help in the development of his spirit which is a form of alchemy of the spirit.
he had succeeded in this from studying books on tantra, the kabbalah, and a supposely 17th century tome called the liber lilith. whatever the latter is a real book that helps one to connect to the mother of succubi and incubi known as the lilim  (males are called lila; females lili). as well as shedim and lilioth) is open to conjecture.
in the first chapter he discusses the history of human spirit relationships. listing the legends of sexual interplay between the gods and goddesses of mortals to jewish legends of Lilith and the watchers known as the nephilim a name that also applies  to the children of the watchers. he also mentions the relationships of djinn as well as faery lore. and of succubi and incubi.
he goes into detail about Lilith. that there were two Liliths. one he refers to as grandmother Lilith the other the younger is also refered to as naamah. as well as malahat and agrat bath malahat. well i agree that there are many aspects of Lilith. i must disagree with the idea that the succubi queens such as naamah. malahat, etc. are her aspects.  the author never mentions the famous/infamous succubi djinneyeh of north africa: aisha qandisha. he does mention about female djinn. but never their connection to Lilith. since it is a legend among the peoples of the middle east that Lilith is the mother of the djinn.
however despite this oversight. i enjoyed the book greatly.
the rituals in the book are based on the rituals of the Golden Dawn Tradition. ( chapter  16 )which had for its members such as crowley and mathers. he is also includes the newer versions of these rituals known as new millenium magick rituals.
i myself believe and practice the teachings of shamanism which doesn’t use these types of rituals to summon spirits. since in shamanism; it teaches to regard spirits with respect and love. in other words one does not command  an entity. one may asked. however shamans do apply protective measures like drawing a circle and/or using ancient names of divine and meditations and rituals.
there is a well known story of a magician who dismissed a spirit. however the spirit resented the magician. so he pretended to leave. and waited for the magician to step  out of the protection circle. and when he did. the spirit pounced on him. love and respect is the key to any relationship including with spirits.
i also think the making a vessel is unnecessary. ( chapters 8-10) as well as making sigils of the name of the entity  that you wish to summon.  the latter can only be done if the spirit inspires the contactee to create  such. but again always with respect. and love. i had learn from my succubus that such things are not required.
getting back to the vessel. the vessel that i’m writing  about here is not a vessel such as a gemstone that contains a spirit. or a haunted item.  the vessel mention in this book is a statue created by the mage or alchemist for the spirit to communicate with.  although making a statue or buy a statue of god or goddess to symbolise and  honor the entity is harmless. i advise against it. most spirits even those that of deities  would be uninterested since they seen other kinds of the eons they live. some may even offended. where succubi are concern it amuses them. ( i have statues of lilith and of dark faeres and succubi. my succubus and her sisters although they like them. tell me the statues are unnecessary. the djinn  that are also with me  tolerate them). however some spirits do attach themselves to any object including statues. the reason i’m against it is because an unwanted entity might attach itself to it. instead  the intended entity.  here again i advise let the spirit tell you if they desire a vessel. and use a formal ritual to dedicate it to them.
all in all the book is great reading.  and makes a great reference material.  especially on the history of alchemy that he gives an account of in chapters 4-7 as well as sex in magic and mysticism chapter 3.
although i question the rituals of the Golden dawn found in chapter 16 which is based on  victorian view on magic rituals and spirits.  i do  like chapters 11, 12  on meditation and simple yoga exercises. i also like chapters 13-15 that lists meditation exercises for cleansing and protection.
i also support the author’s suggestion in reading  of the cleansing prayer based on psalm 51 (page 224) which although is found in christianity, judaism, and islam. the prayer actually predates these religions. and based on an ancient israelite/ semitic prayers.
richard t