Just wondering what types / styles of evocation / invocation people are using... knowledge sharing and all that.
Myself I really only use what I can find on the web and the very few books I have. Living out in Asia I am very limited as to what I can get and have access too. Finding a book is nearly impossible.. and buying them online, I might as well buy 5 of them for the shipping costs.
I am trying mainly to use the invocations from VKs site. and a couple other sites that happen to post the Evocations online. but from the Masters here, wondering if they can share anything about the evocations/invocations that they use.
At the moment I am preparing to try and summon Astaroth in preparation to hopefully ask her to do introductions to Lucifer. here in lies another question. if I summon her to introduce to Lucifer its kinda a dual spirit deal there, I am assuming I still only need the one Seal ( astaroths ) and still only the candles for Astaroth are needed? or should I have both prepped and ready to go in advance?
Anyways hoping we can get some good action in this thread... thank you in advance...
Critical analysis and thought are crucial for any occult process. Preliminarily, invocation is preferred to evocation for straightforward reasons such as simplicity, ease of use (can be at virtually any time), and requires minimal preparation.
You get out of something what you put into it. If you fill a bottle with a bunch of bullshit you shouldn't be surprised that when you open it up a day later that it smells like crap or a month later when all you have it a bottle of fertilizer. This analogy is said for the purpose of illustrating one of the most important facets of any attempt at creating change either through contemporary or more esoteric means. That facet or face is that of sincerity, if you lie in any way either to yourself or whom you are attempting to communicate with the potency of your act may suffer the more deception the higher the likelihood.
Quick tip, don't use acronyms or abbreviations. Ambiguity is the death of communication.