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The Artwork depicts the anthropologist and author Carlos Castaneda as the sorcerer’s apprentice of his teacher, Don Juan Matus, which of a name is used by Castaneda to describe a Yaqui Mexican sorcerer in his series of shamanic orientated books on Nagualism.

Castaneda repeatedly indicated that ‘Juan Matus’ is a pseudonym that he had chosen to protect the true identity of his teacher into the ancient practices of Toltec sorcery, who is described as being a Native American of Yaqui/Yuma parentage.

Numerous scholars still debate whether Don Juan Matus was a real person, an allegorical figure, or an invention by Castaneda. However, Castaneda’s choice of a pseudonym is interesting.

For example, Matus is the Slavic form of the Latin personal name Matthaeus, which in English is Matthew and a reference to the Biblical Matthew who was initially considered to be a despised outcast due to him being a tax collector. In Hebrew, Matthew means, ‘gift of God.’

As for the name Don Juan, it refers to the legendary, fictional libertine and seducer of women, which is used as a common metaphor for a “womanizer” as well as being slang for hyper-sexuality.

Don Juan Matus was seen to be an outcast, due to him being a maligned sorcerer, who told Castaneda that a (sorcerer) man of knowledge needs to first win an Ally.

Matus described the Ally as being a feminine inorganic intelligence, which is encountered within the microcosmic domain of dreams he called the Nagual. The waking reality of the macrocosm is termed as being the Tonal.

In other words, the mythical reference to Don Juan refers to the sorcerer’s hyper sexuality being introverted into the (Nagual) dream, which empowers lucid dreaming, in order to ‘seduce’ an Ally.

The psychologist Carl Jung would term the Allies as being manifold aspects of the Anima, whose inner archetypal manifestations are personified intermediaries with the psychic powerhouse of the (Nagual) subconscious.

Don Juan Matus related to Castaneda: “An “Ally”, he said, is a power a man can bring into his life to help him, advise him, and give him the strength necessary to perform acts, whether big or small, right or wrong.

This Ally is necessary to enhance a man’s life, guide his acts, and further his knowledge. In fact, an Ally is the indispensable aid to knowing.

Don Juan said this with great conviction and force. He seemed to choose his words carefully. He repeated the following sentence four times:

“An Ally will make you see and understand things about which no human being could possibly enlighten you.” 

A Tibetan Buddhist practitioner of Tantric dream Yoga would call the Ally a Dakini, whereas a Surrealist Artist would otherwise conjure the Ally amidst the Triangle Of Art Imagination, to thence manifest within a lucid dream as an inspiring Succubus Art Muse.

The design was used in my Art books, Goetia Girls, which are available from Amazon under my author’s name, Faustus Crow.



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The Ouija Board design depicted above is for the 56th Fallen ‘Anima’ Archetype of the Goetia, who is mantra named, Gremory. 

The design depicted below is for the 32nd Fallen ‘Anima’ Archetype of the Goetia, who is mantra named, Asmoday, or Asmodaya.

Should a practitioner carefully affix the chosen Art print to a prepared board of his/her choice, by making sure no troublesome air bubbles arise, a pendulum can then be used, which will swing to each letter when a question is asked of a conjured Fallen ‘Anima’ Archetype of an Art Muse amidst the practitioner’s Triangle Of Art Imagination.

The Art prints do not have letters, although the Black Raven Tarot cards can be otherwise utilised, such as having twenty-five Tarot cards laid out around the print for each of the twenty-five letters of the alphabet, or their associative Runes can be used.

The operative methodology here is Art, which employs the shamanistic technique of Surrealist Automatism. Basically it is a method of creating Art.

This involves the conjuring Artist being able to suppress his/her conscious control over the creative process, allowing an Archetype of an Art Muse who is being conjured out of the unconscious mind to have greater influence over the sway of the pendulum around the configuration of the Ouija board pattern.

The design depicted above is for the 55th Fallen ‘Anima’ Archetype of the Goetia, mantra named, Orobas or Orobassy, who is visualised as a Pony-Girl.

Of course you will need a pendulum, which can be easily created by using a piece of string with a simple weight at its end, which can be made more ornate by using exotic materials, which have an Archetypal meaning to you.

When conducting the Surrealist Automatism, you should seek to still your mind, after asking your Surrealist question.

This can be achieved by repetitively intoning the mantric name of the conjured Archetype of an Art Muse, to otherwise meditate upon her central Archetypal image amidst the mandala design, while the pendulum swings around the board.

The design depicted above is for the 4th Fallen ‘Anima’ Archetype of the Goetia, mantra named, Samigina. 

As the pendulum slowly halts its swing, when pointing out a letter, number, etc, in answer to your question, it is then noted down. Do not worry if the answer does not make any sense at first; for like a surreal dream, it is symbolic, which is then translated into Art. It is when you create your Art, the answers will then make more associative sense.

The intensity of this divinatory practice of Art is a creative form of meditation in its own right, which will enable the focused upon imagery in league with your questioning to stir your dreams, which can in turn enable lucidity. So, take note of your microcosmic dreams and any correlating macrocosmic synchronicities you observe.

The design depicted above depicts the Triangle Of Art, amidst which the Fallen ‘Anima’ and her myriad archetypal legions of the Succubus Great Old Ones are conjured. The design is 356 x 299 mm.

Early 20th century Dadaists, such as Hans Arp, made use of this ritual magic method for the visual Arts by utilising chance operations, which the psychologist Carl Jung would otherwise term as synchronicity.

The technique of the Surrealistic séance involves visualising an Archetype, while inducing (Theta brainwave) hypnagogic trance trance, then the unconscious is given free rein over the painting process, whose chaotic pattern would then have an associative meaning.

The Surrealist Artists, most notably André Masson, utilised the Automatic writing method of André Breton and Philippe Soupault, both of whom used the technique to compose Les Champs Magnétiques (The Magnetic Fields) in 1919. The Automatic Message (1933) was one of Breton’s significant theoretical works about Automatism.

The shamanic methodology of the Ouija board can be seen as Automatic writing or psychography, which is considered to be a psychic ability, allowing a H.P. Lovecraft to produce written words without consciously writing.

The divinatory words otherwise arise from the Necronomicon powerhouse of the subconscious where the Fallen ‘Anima’ resides along with her myriad Archetypal legions of Art Muses, who be the Succubus Great Old Ones, whom rebel against the symbolic construct of the deified ‘Animus,’ made as a God/Devil.