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THE CONJURING OF NIGHTGAUNT NUN GREMORY

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Love Magic, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 31, 2014 by FAUSTUS CROW

This is one of those rare times I am going to relate a personal experience, without using veiled symbolic references. Sometime ago, when as a youth, I decided to conjure up the Fifty-sixth Goetia spirit called Gremory, otherwise named Gamori or Gomory.

The classical grimoire description of the spirit I had otherwise visualised as a Succubus dressed as a Nun.

The symbolic logic of which was the associated motif of the Camel, upon whose back this described Succubus is said to ride in the Goetia.

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The Camel in Hebrew is Gimel, which of a letter is associated with the thirteenth path of the Cabbala.

The thirteenth path transverses the hidden Sephira of Da’at, whose path is ascribed to the Tarot card of the High Priestess of the Silver Star: Sirius, linking the Sephira of Tiphareth and Kether.

Hence, it is the High Priestess II, I am alluding to in regards to Gremory, since fifty-six in numerology reduces down to eleven, of the eleventh Sephira of Da’at.

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Some to say that the name Gremory or Gamori is etymologically related to the French word Grimoire, which, if it is indeed the case, the name is quite apt for the High Priestess, since she is depicted seated in a doorway between two pylons with a Grimoire upon her lap.

I utilised the methodology of meditating upon Gremory’s seal in association with erotic imagery of Nun’s; some of the imagery was derived from photographic material, which I had utilised to create an exquisite corpse photomontage painting. The Frankenhooker creation of which automatically involved in depth meditation.

I then utilised Gremory’s seal in association with the artistic creation, upon which I meditated, along with drawing and painting the spirit to thereby create a distinctive personage. This also involved creating a back-story for the spirit of creative writing, in order to give her Nightgaunt Bat wings, so as to fly

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The technique of writing involved visualising the spirit as a Nun, of active-imagination, whom I conjured amidst my Triangle of Art, which had been drawn upon a piece of card; while doing so I visualised myself standing at the centre of a magic circle conducting the ritual of conjuration. The visionary material, which had been imaginatively conjured, I rapidly drew in a sketch pad; this also informed my writing and computer generated art.

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A Ouija board, of a meditation device, was also utilised for the practice of automatism via which a two way dialogue could be established between my conscious mind and my subconscious conjuration. This was done, so that I could determine if there was any subconscious blocks as well as furthering the creation of the artwork, both visual and literary.

The experiment was conducted in order to determine whether the utilised symbolism could be implanted into my subconscious, which would then act as a trigger-symbol within the dream. The intention was to initiate a lucid dream interaction with Gremory. The meditation also involved repetitively intoning Gremory’s name as a Mantra, which I then utilised at the Vesica Pisces point of hypnagogic sleep, along with visualising her seal.

The experiment was conducted over a period of a week, thereabouts; approximately five hours per day or more, since it is part and parcel of my artistic vocation. Sometimes it consumed both day and night of constant working with some intermittent breaks.

I had noted that there were certain hours, days and nights, wherein I experienced a flowing creativity of active-imagination visions about a Nun; whereas at other times it was literally an uphill struggle to seer anything at all. These peaks and dips of emotively charged visionary material seemed to be tied up with my circadian rhythms around the Moon phases.

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At a certain juncture of the experiment I became both mentally and physically exhausted; I couldn’t continue anymore, as if burnt out; I just felt like crashing into sleep. I knew from previous experience that this was the time when a dream visitation of the conjured spirit would most likely occur. The onset of which occurred at the point of sleep when I accessed the hypnagogic state.

I then experienced the classic Old Hag Syndrome of sleep paralysis and that of a shadowy invisible presence around me. I remembered from other experiences of similarity not to give into my fear, but such had been prior negated by my introverted sexual impulse due to my ritualistic focus upon the eroticised material. I then called out Gremory’s name; whereupon the shadowy invisible presence took on the form of a Nightgaunt Nun amidst her cathedral.

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I will not relate what had occurred within the induced lucid dream, which is a private affair of an out of body experience.

Although I may allude to its inner reality, and that of other experiences, to describe in a roundabout way within my artwork and writing.

What I will say is that the experiment was successful on the dreaming front. But I did not expect what was soon to occur upon awakening, of an unforeseen event. I decided to go out to the corner shop in order to obtain some cigarettes. I was intending to buy a packet of Camel’s to celebrate my artistic endeavour of dream sorcery, rather than smoking the usual roll ups; while doing so I pondered upon the experience of contacting Gremory within my vivid erotic dream, which led me to suddenly decide, on the spur of the moment, to extend my walk towards another shop beyond a local church, whose graveyard is said to be assailed by grave robbing Satanists of Halloween lore; its truth, I have observed myself, of disrespected scattered bones.

As to the locality around me and that of its inhabitants, it tends in the main to be quite normal; not much out of the ordinary ever happens. The church, though old, of a previous village focus, has since found its self surrounded by an urban sprawl, to be now in competition with an Alpha course cult across the road, from its Protestant constant warring with the Catholic.

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As I passed by the church, I noticed a black habit Nun walk out of its opening door. I couldn’t believe what I was seeing of a most obvious synchronicity. I then felt very nervous, almost jittery, feeling an itch all over my body, I couldn’t scratch. I thought I was probably hallucinating; whereupon I stopped myself in my tracks to do a double take. This was most definitely not a regular occurrence; not before or since, have I seen a Nun around said church, let alone coming out of it, whose habit was of the classic kind, which had long gone out of fashion amongst practicing Nuns. Although, at another time I had observed such a Nun walking over a highway bridge in the middle of nowhere, which nearly made my shocked friend crash his camper van, within which I was too travelling. My friend’s reaction was no doubt instagated by my conversing about Nightgaunt Nuns, just prior to seeing the flying Nun.

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I decided to smoke a cigarette; I still had some tobacco left in my pouch to make myself a roll up, and while doing so, determine whether I was indeed hallucinating. The Nun made her graceful way down the church path, whom got ever closer to where I was standing. I then noticed that the Nun was in her early twenties, who was very attractive, looking very much like my ritualistic focus, and what is more, she appeared to be wearing lipstick. I thought, to myself, that I must indeed be hallucinating; but if so, it was bloody three dimensional real, in the flesh, of a Nastassja Kinski look alike.

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The winding path that the Nun hovered along like a black shadow ghost, took her up behind me. I nervously stood my ground, before slowly walking on myself, in order to allow the Nun to pass me. As she passed by, I noticed that she was indeed wearing lipstick and makeup, whom looked at me askance of slanted feline dark eyes; she was aware that I was uncontrollably staring at her out of shock, no doubt looking quite dumbfounded, which made her grin like a Cheshire Cat of a most knowing look.

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As the Nun walked in front of me, a slight distance away, she appeared to make it a point of making her hips to seductively sway on purpose; whereupon I noticed she was wearing high heeled shoes. I looked around to see if anyone else had noticed her. The problem was, there were very few people around of an early morning stroll. However, there was a small group of individuals standing at a bus stop; some of them turned around looking quite perplexed at her carefree passing by.

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I breathed a sigh of relief, that I was not in fact hallucinating; others could see her too. Whereupon, I whimsically conjectured that she was probably a call-girl wearing a kinky Succubus costume, who had just visited the naughty Vicar at his crumbling church, or that she was an actress who was playing a Nightgaunt part in an amateur horror flick. None of my conjectures seemed to fit the facts; the church wouldn’t want such publicity, since it’s flock had been assiduously working towards getting funds to renovate it over a number of years.

As I got closer to my destination, the Nun stopped in front of me; she turned around and wirily smiled; almost looking lustful. She then enquired of me, if she could have a cigarette. I nearly fell over, fumbling. I answered to near stutter, “yeah, sure;” without coughing up my nervous guts as my pounding heart missed a beat.

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She didn’t mind at all that I had to make the cigarette. I placed some tobacco in a paper, and handed it to the Nun; whereupon she asked me to lick it for her. She seemed to be enjoying my nervousness. In retrospect, I should have asked her some very searching questions. Alas, I was but a youth; although to have experienced a plethora of very strange occurrences, this one caught me totally off guard, as if I had inadvertently quantum slid into an alternate reality.

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I gave the cigarette to the Nun, which I then lit for her. As she got closer, I smelt the whiff of perfume, which was musky. She then took a long drag on the cigarette and softly blew the smoke into my face of a noted seduction, or that of a blessing, before thanking me, and then she slowly walked off, her delectable hips swaying.

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I stood for a moment, watching her walk down the road like a catwalk model out of a Vogue magazine, deliberating should I dare follow her, or to just go into the shop and get some Camel’s and a bottle of Casillero del Diablo. I decided to follow her at a discreet distance for a time, just to get my head on straight, so that I could piece together the meaning of this momentous synchronicity.

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The Nun then turned a corner down another road. I was but a short distance behind her; when I got to the turning, she was nowhere to be found, as if she had suddenly disappeared; apart from finding the discarded butt end of the cigarette I had just made, painted with her scarlet lipstick, which I later placed with her seal into a medicine pouch, hanging from my drum.

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There were no houses on either side of the road she could have gone into, which of a long stretch had no available doorways; nor were there any cars parked in the road, into which she could have leapt. If there was an awaiting car, I would have seen it pull away down the road.

I then started to wonder if it was more than just an in my face synchronicity of concordant symbolism, which correlated with my lucid dream experience; that this was an actual physical manifestation of Gremory, or that of a tulpa? Further similar experiences indicate that physical manifestations do indeed occur, or at the very least that of most intriguing synchronicities. I am not at all concerned whether you believe me or not. I really do not care at all; I have nothing to prove, apart from proving it to myself. If you want proof best find out for yourself, if you ever dare to practice the art.

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NECRONOMICON NIGHTGAUNT LEATHER NUN GREMORY

Posted in Alien, Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Cosplay, Goetia Girls, Love Magic, Lucid Dreaming, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 10, 2014 by FAUSTUS CROW

The above Artwork depicts the 56th Succubus archetype of the Fallen Anima, who is called Gremory. The symbolism of the Artwork is alluding to the Sheela na gigs, which are figurative carvings of naked women displaying an exaggerated vulva above church ‘doors’ and ‘arches.’ They are architectural grotesques found all over Europe on churches, castles, and other buildings.

The highest concentrations of Sheela na gigs can be found in Ireland, Great Britain, France and Spain. One of the best examples may be found in the Round Tower at Rattoo, in County Kerry, Ireland. There is a replica of the Round Tower Sheela na gig in the County Museum in Tralee town. Another well-known example may be seen at Kilpeck in Herefordshire, England.

Ireland has the greatest number of surviving Sheela na gig carvings; McMahon and Roberts cite 101 examples in Ireland and 45 examples in Britain.

Sheela na gigs are said to ward off death and evil. As mentioned, they are often positioned over doors, arches or windows, which symbolically represent the vulva. In ancient times the vulva was seen as representing the (door/window) hypnagogic trance gate, which allowed conscious ingress into the womb domain of the (spirit world) dream.

Gremory is a rarity in the Animus fixated Goetia, who is described manifesting as a woman; although the Goetia makes mention that Gremory is a male entity assuming the form of a woman. The reason for this symbolic conundrum is due to the grimoires having a fixation upon the deified Animus.

The number 56, may be that of occult blind, which of numerology reduces down to 11 and 2. The number 11 alludes to the 11th hidden Sephiroth (sphere) of the Cabbala, being Da’at, which means, ‘belief.’

The number 2 points at the Tarot card of the High Priestess II, which is generally considered to be associated with the 13th path of Gimel, which passes through the sphere of Da’at. The Hebrew letter Gimel is seen by some to be associated with a Camel.

The runic correspondence with Gimel is that of Gebo, whose ‘seventh’ Rune is that of the ‘X,’ crossbones, which equates with the English ‘G’ you to find used by Freemasonry, as in ‘X’ marks the (hypnagogic trance) spot and that of a seventh (seal) secret not to be told, unless it is to your sister. The motif of the sister symbolically alludes to the Fallen Anima.

Gremory is described as riding a Camel, wherefore alluding to the High Priestess and the sphere of Da’at.

The Tarot traditionally depicts the High Priestess being seated between two pillars, who holds a scroll or a book upon her lap, which is a (Necronomicon) Grimoire. (H.P. Lovecraft wrote that the title, Necronomicon, as translated from the Greek language, meant ‘an image of the law of the dead,’ or a book of images.)

It is very likely that the name of Gremory is derived from the term Grimoire, which is essentially a tome of ‘beliefs.’ (The tome [scroll] the High Priestess has on her lap is commonly interpreted as being the Torah [Tarot] of the deified Animus.)

The sphere of Da’at is accessed via the twin pylons of the High Priestess, who symbolises hypnagogic  (Sheela na gig/vulva) trance, which is represented by the ‘X’ Rune of ‘Crossbones.’

Whatever you experience internally (Out Of Body Experience/Hawk/Horus) amidst the dream will be determined by the Da’at beliefs, which are housed within your Grimoire temple of a ‘Skull.’ The domain of the dream will reflect back your beliefs about yourself, and how you perceive (Eye) reality.

However, you will find that many of your beliefs have been influenced and moulded by influences around you, wherefore determining your perception of reality since childhood.

Wherefore, Gremory reveals how the Matrix of symbolism all around you and within you of an internal dialogue, incarcerates your ‘Skull,’ so that you can free yourself via self-analytical metaprogramming, which allows you to tune into other dream realities, and in turn consciously engineering synchronicities.

The symbolism of the High Priestess has a symbolic correlate with the Nun, Carl Jung would equate with an aspect of the ‘Anima.’ Since the Anima and her Succubus archetypes have been entirely expunged from the symbolic paradigm of the deified Animus, you can thereby fathom that a very real Necronomicon would list the Succubus Great Old Ones of the Fallen Anima, which of a banned grimoire would contain their much maligned images, the worshippers of the deified Animus would consider to be pornographic!

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NECRONOMICON OUIJA BOARD OF THE ARCHETYPAL GREAT OLD ONES

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Goetia Girls, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 4, 2014 by FAUSTUS CROW
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.

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