SUCCUBUS EVOCATION OF THE DR WHO GOETIA GIRL, OROBAS
Dr John C. Lilly of ‘Altered States’ fame, out of body ‘rode’ the mathematical symbol of the Brownian Operator as if it was a ‘Horse,’ while within an altered state of consciousness.
Lilly’s psychonaut journey into inner space could be construed as being a vivid lucid dream:
“My consciousness was placed inside the right angle of the large inverted capital ‘L’ as it was written, as if it was a ‘vehicle.’ This is a rather dangerous procedure. This meant that I was identified with the marked state, i.e. I existed. I was now riding the marked state as if it was a ‘vehicle,’ but at the same time, I was the marked state.
This means I was the consciousness, the signal that was being fed through the marked state outside myself. As soon as this happened, I transited explosively into the void. My consciousness was still intact, but there was no universe at all. I suddenly realised that this was the first step in the infinite series of marked state, unmarked state, unmarked state and so forth. So my consciousness then reassembled a marked state, got into the right angle and came out in another domain, i.e. came out in a new marked state.”
Lilly experienced journeying from one universe into another within his lucid dream, when to have ridden the Brownian Operator, which of an inverted ‘L’ is none too dissimilar to the symbol of a Horse head.
Ancient shamans had their prior version of the Brownian Operator, which was otherwise symbolised as an eight-legged Mare to trance ‘ride’ into other worlds from within their lucid dreams.
This technique also enabled a shaman to travel through time; whence acquiring retrocognitive and precognitive abilities; whereby the shaman horse can be symbolically equated with a Time Machine, such as Dr Who’s TARDIS.
In the grimoire of the Goetia, the Succubus called Orobas, whom emanates from the fourth dimensional planetary sphere initially appears as a small Mare, amidst the triangle of art imagination of a sorcerer, before assuming human form. After she has been conjured via intense active imagination exercises, she will then initiate lucid dream time travel experiences, when her symbol of the Mare is recognised within the dream.
The symbolism of the shaman Horse of trance is very much tied up with the term Nightmare. The word Nightmare was originally derived from a night terror, whose technical term is the Old Hag Syndrome, which is otherwise known as the Bedroom Invader Experience. The Old Hag refers to an invisible presence of an entity, which leaps upon an individual at the point of sleep. The individual experiencing this phenomena will experience great pressure being brought to bare upon their body, whom is unable to move.
The inability to move is that of sleep paralysis, which is experienced at the point of consciously accessing ‘hypnagogic trance’ ingress into the dream. The experience can be quite terrifying for the unprepared. Shamans overcome the Nightmare by transforming it into a ‘Mare’ of the ‘Night’ to otherwise ‘ride’ rather than being ‘ridden’ by it.
For a heterosexual male practitioner, this was achieved by introverting the sexual impulse, by prior focusing upon the visiting entity as being a Succubus; wherefore negating their fear; for it is their fear, which determines what form the entity assumes. By transforming the fear into another potent emotion, the entity then takes on another form. Whereby the entity becomes the shamans familiar, which will empower the shaman to attain an out of body experience, whom will then carry him into other realities as his ‘Mare’ to ‘Night’ ride.
How do I know this? I have experienced it for myself; whether you believe me or not as the case may be; I really do not care.
(Music used in the Video, by: Partners In Rhyme.)