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His attributes include the thyrsus a pinecone-tipped staff , drinking cup, grape vine and a crown of ivy. A later addition to the Olympians, in some accounts he replaced Hestia. Eros was the son of the goddess of love- Aphrodite-and the god of war-Ares. He was often shown with wings and arrows and with his mother. He had four brothers and one sister. He was married to Psyche and had two daughters: Hedone and Voluptas.
His consort is Persephone and his attributes are the key of Hades, the Helm of Darkness, and the three-headed dog, Cerberus. Despite being the son of Kronos and Rhea and the elder brother of Zeus, he is only rarely listed among the Olympians. The son of Hera by partheno- genesis, he is the smith of the gods and the husband of the adulterous Aphrodite. He was usually depicted as a bearded man holding hammer and tongs—the tools of a smith—and riding a donkey.
His symbols are the hammer, tongs and anvil. She is the daughter of Cronus and Rhea. She was usually depicted as a beautiful woman wearing a crown and holding a royal, lotus-tipped staff. Her symbols are the diadem, lotus-staff, peacock, cuckoo and pomegranate. He is the messenger of the gods who leads the souls of the dead into Hades' realm, and the son of Zeus and Maia. He was depicted either as a handsome and athletic beardless youth, or as an older bearded man.
His attributes in- clude the herald's wand or caduceus, winged sandals, and a traveler's cap. She is a daughter of Rhea and Cronus and sister of Zeus. She was depicted as a modestly veiled woman, whose symbols are the hearth and kettle. In some accounts, she gave up her seat as one of the Twelve Olympians to tend to the sacred flame on Mount Olympus for Dionysus. He is a son of Kronos and Rhea and brother to Zeus and Hades. In classical artwork he was depicted as a ma- ture man of sturdy build with a dark beard, and holding a trident.
His attributes are the trident, dolphins and horses. He is the youngest son of Kronos and Rhea, whom he overthrew, and brother-husband to Hera. In artwork, he was depicted as a regal man, mature with sturdy figure and dark beard. His symbols are the thunderbolt, royal sceptre, and eagle. Can be used in voodoo rituals to bring success. Successful Meeting in Business or Love. Draw good spirits to your work for money. To open up the roads of opportunity. Money release.
Get money owed to you returned. Protection from Evil, Spiritual Work. Can also be used by individuals so that you will never be without money. Brings success, luck and happiness to an individual's life. CAT - HEKA Use this formula when you want calmness on the job or place of employment to bring peace and to make people leave you alone.
Makes your creditors go away. Causes them misery. Gives individuals occult powers. Removes all curses. Stops your enemies in their tracks. For special spiritual favors. Causes confusion between two people. Makes individuals do what you say. Fast employment finder. This formula makes the one who uses very at- tractive to the opposite sex. Make's people tell you the truth. Use to protect infants and small children. Very strong seduction and lust formula. Use to help you get even with your enemies. This formula can also be used by those who wish to acquire riches, win honor and glory.
CAT - KINGS An alluring scent used by men which makes women think about settling down with a husband or male companion and makes them forget about their freedom loving ways. Gives you a victory over your occult enemies. Used to destroy occult enemies. Makes individuals lust after you. Use in matters of protection and infertility.
Spiritual protection and cleansing. Gives individuals luck at playing the lottery. Helps fortune tellers divine the future with better accuracy. Use this formula to seduce and to dominate men. Use to attract all good things in life. Special spiritual requests. Domination love spells. Protects individuals against harm, evil spirits and any danger. Used in black magic rituals to invoke the power of the spirits of darkness.
Lures them in. Used in spells of revenge, divine justice and to banish away witchcraft. Used to reverse a black magic attack back to your enemies. To change any situation from bad to good or from good to bad. Brings wealth to a business. Used to destroy your secret occult enemies. Used as a powerful protection. Used in spells to seek revenge against Your enemies.
Used to destroy hidden occult enemies. Gives clarity of mind. For a good memory. Used for hexing and death spells. Brings calmness to all individuals. Used for hexing individuals. Used to bring individuals gambling success. Used to banish bothersome people away. Brings about positive change for individuals. Brings wealth to your home or business. Used to attract wealth and prosperity. To attract love and romance.
Works fast. This formula will change their minds. Better studying. Very powerful. The dark moon is a time for ridding oneself of bad habits, binding spells, for exploring our darkest recesses and understanding our angers and passions. A time for justice. Prime time for rituals for prophecy, protection, divination. Any working that needs extra power, such as help finding a new job or healing for serious conditions can be done. Great time for rituals of love, knowledge, legal undertakings, money and dreams.
The new moon is for start- ing new ventures, new beginnings. Great time for rituals of love, romance, health or job hunting. The waxing moon is for constructive magic, such as love, wealth, suc- cess, courage, friendship, luck and health. The waning moon is used for banishing magic, for ridding one's self of addictions, illness or negativity. Protection of home. This formula will tame even the most difficult of men. Increases powers of clairvoyance. Works very fast. Banishes away spiritual sickness. Can be used in Congo black magic spells and rituals. Opens the doors to the Underworld.
Strengthens the bond between lovers. Used to remove black magic. Promotes healing. Used to reverse black magic and send it back to the sender. Destroys your enemies. And makes marriages more probable. Highly magnetic formula which attracts men and helps bring on a marriage proposal. All brides should use this formula on their wedding day to insure a long and happy marriage. Some- times considered to be the same as the Fon Mawu-Lisa who is, however, most usually depicted as her child or children. Aganju is said to be the orisha of volcanoes, mountains, and the desert.
Ozain is the keeper and guardian of the herbs, and is a natural healer. He sometimes appears as a beautiful wood sprite when in female form. Used in spells to open up the roads and for special spiritual requests. Used to revenge your enemies. Reversing hexes. A great formula to protect individuals against hexes and black magic attacks. Makes you invisible. Removes the passion between two individuals. Used for tranquility and peace of mind. Good health, material possessions, comfort and friendship. Used to increase your money and wealth. Money Drawing. Escape the law. Reveals hidden enemies.
Using this formula will enhance your chances of successful fertility. To free someone from jail. Spiritual protection. Returns the black magic back to the sender. To see the truth. Brings happiness to a depressed home. Renews your faith. To put our affairs in the hands of God. A xxx-Strength love binding formula. He maketh thee to go Invisible. He ruleth over 66 Legions of Infernal Spirits. He appeareth in divers shapes, sometimes like a Cat, sometimes like a Toad, and sometimes like a Man, and sometimes all these forms at once.
He speaketh hoarsely. This is his character which is used to be worn as a Lamen before him who calleth him forth, or else he will not do thee homage. He is under the Power of the East, and cometh up in the form of an old fair Man, riding upon a Crocodile very mitely, carrying a Goshawk upon his fist, and yet mild in appearance. He maketh them to run that stand still, and bringeth back runaways. He teaches all Languages or Tongues presently.
He hath power also to destroy Dignities both Spiritual and Temporal, and causeth Earthquakes. He was of the Order of Virtues. He hath under his government 31 Legions of Spirits. He is called Vassago. This Spirit is of a Good Na- ture, and his office is to declare things Past and to come, and to discover all things Hid or Lost. And he governeth 26 Le- gions of Spirits. He appeareth in the form of a little Horse or Ass, and then into Human shape doth he change himself at the request of the Master. He speaketh with a hoarse voice. He ruleth over 30 Legions of Inferiors. He teaches all Liberal Sciences, and giveth account of Dead Souls that died in sin.
He is a Great President, and appeareth at first in the form of a Great Lion, but afterwards, at the request of the Master, he putteth on Human Shape. He answereth truly of things Hidden or Secret. He causeth Diseases and cureth them. Again, he giveth great Wisdom and Knowledge in Mechanical Arts; and can change men into other shapes. He governeth 36 Legions of Spirits.
He is a good Familiar, but tempteth them he is a familiar of to steal. He governeth 10 Legions of Spirits. He is a Marquis great in power, and most stern. He telleth all things Past and to Come. He procureth feuds and reconcileth controversies between friends. He governeth 40 Legions of Spirits. He is a Great Duke, and appeareth when the Sun is in Sagittary, with four noble Kings and their companies of great troops.
He giveth understanding of the singing of Birds, and of the Voices of other creatures, such as the barking of Dogs. He breaketh the Hidden Treasures open that have been laid by the Enchantments of Magicians. He is of the Order of Virtues, of which some part he retaineth still; and he knoweth all things Past, and to come, and con- ciliateth Friends and those that be in Power.
He ruleth over 30 Legions of Spirits. He appeareth in the form of a. There goeth before him also an Host of Spirits, like Men with Trumpets and well sounding Cymbals, and all other sorts of Musical Instruments. He hath a great Voice, and roareth at his first coming, and his speech is such that the Magician cannot well understand unless he can compel him.
This Spirit can teach all Arts and Sciences, and other secret things. He can discover unto thee what the Earth is, and what holdeth it up in the Waters; and what Mind is, and where it is; or any other thing thou mayest desire to know. He giveth Dignity, and confirmeth the same. He bindeth or maketh any man subject unto the Magician if he so desire it. He giveth good Familiars, and such as can teach all Arts. He is to be observed towards the West. He is of the Order of Dominations. And those Spirits which be subject unto them are not always with them unless the Magician do compel them.
He appeareth in Sagittary, and that is his shape when the Sun is there. He healeth all distempers in man, and giveth good Familiars. He governeth 50 Legions of Spirits, and his Character of obedience is this, which thou must wear when thou callest him forth unto appearance. He appeareth like a Xenopilus. He telleth all things, Past, Present, and to Come, and showeth the meaning and resolution of all questions thou mayest ask.
He conciliateth and reconcileth friendships, and giveth Honour and Dignity unto any.
He ruleth over 40 Legions of Spirits. He governeth 60 Legions of Spirits. He is a mighty King and terrible. He rideth on a pale horse with trumpets and other kinds of musical instruments playing before him. Yet he must re- ceive him courteously because he is a Great King, and do homage unto him, as the Kings and Princes do that attend upon him.
This Great King Beleth causeth all the love that may be, both of Men and of Women, until the Master Exorcist hath had his desire fulfilled. He is of the Order of Powers, and he governeth 85 Legions of Spirits. He causeth all great Battles and Contests; and maketh wounds to putrefy that are made with Arrows by Archers. This belongeth unto Sagittary.
He governeth 30 Legions of Spirits. He discovereth hidden things, and knoweth things to come; and of Wars, and how the Soldiers will or shall meet. He causeth the Love of Lords and Great Persons. His office is to cause Women to love Men, and to bring them together in love. He also maketh them barren.
He governeth 26 Legions of Inferior Spirits. He appeareth at the first show in the form of an ugly Viper, then at the command of the Magician he putteth on a Human shape with Great Teeth, and two Horns, carrying a bright and sharp Sword in his hand. He telleth all things Past, and to Come, and reconcileth Friends and Foes.
He ruleth over 60 Le- gions of Spirits. He knoweth the Virtues of Herbs and Precious Stones, and can transport men suddenly from one country to another.
He is a Great and Mighty Duke, and appeareth in the form of a gallant Soldier riding on a Crocodile, with a Ducal Crown on his head, but peaceably. Going before him are many Trumpets sounding. He knoweth all things hidden, and can discover Treasure, and tell all things Past, Present, and to Come.
He bringeth forth good Famil- iars, and under his Government there be 22 Legions of Spirits, partly of the Order of Virtues and partly of the Order of Thrones. He is a Great Earl and President. His office is to make Men very knowing in Astronomy, and all other Liberal Sciences; also he can give good Familiars, and wise, knowing the virtues of Herbs and Stones which be precious. He knoweth all things Past, Present, and to Come. He maketh men witty and bold. He is a Great Strong Duke.
He appeareth in the form of a very handsome Man in body, but with three Heads; the first, like a Serpent, the second like a Man having two Stars on his Forehead, the third like a Calf. He rideth on a Viper, carrying a Firebrand in his Hand, wherewith he setteth cities, castles, and great Places, on fire.
He maketh thee witty in all manner of ways, and giveth true answers unto private matters. He is a most valiant Marquis, and showeth in the form of a Black Crane, fluttering about the Circle, and when he speaketh it is with a hoarse voice. He maketh men cunning in all Arts and Sciences, but especially in the Art of Rhetoric. He restoreth lost Dignities and Honours. He governeth 19 Legions of Spirits. He teacheth all things Past, and to Come. If desired he causeth the love both of Friends and of Foes.
He can make a Man to go Invisible. And he hath under his command 36 Legions of Spirits. He is a Strong, Great and Mighty Duke. He appeareth in the form of a Dragon with three heads, one like a Dog, one like a Gryphon, and one like a Man. He speaketh with a high and comely Voice. He changeth the Place of the Dead, and causeth the Spirits which be under him to gather together upon your Sepulchres. He giveth Riches unto a Man, and maketh him Wise and Eloquent. He giveth true Answers unto Demands. And he governeth 30 Legions of Spirits. He appeareth in the Form of a Monster.
He is a Mighty, Great, and Terrible Duke. He hath two other Names given unto him by men of later times, viz. He giveth true answers, Past, Present, and to Come. Thou must make use of a Ring in calling him forth, as is before spoken of re- garding Beleth. He can turn all metals into Gold. He can give Dignities, and can confirm them unto Man. He speaketh with a, very clear and subtle Voice. He governeth 26 Legions of Spirits. Thou must in no wise let him approach too near unto thee, lest he do thee damage by his Noisome Breath.
Wherefore the Magician must hold the Magical Ring near his face, and that will defend him. He giveth true answers of things Past, Present, and to Come, and can discover all Secrets. He will declare wittingly how the Spirits fell, if desired, and the reason of his own fall. He can make men wonderfully know- ing in all Liberal Sciences. He ruleth 40 Legions of Spirits. He teacheth, and maketh men wonderfully knowing in the Art of Rhetoric. He causeth men to have a Good Name, and to have the knowledge and understanding of Tongues.
He maketh one to be beloved of his Foes as well as of his Friends. He teacheth the Arts of Logic and Ethics in all their parts. If desired he maketh men invisible, and to live long, and to be eloquent. He can dis- cover Treasures and recover things Lost. He ruleth over 29 Legions of Spirits. He is a Great King, Strong, and Powerful. He appeareth with Three Heads, whereof the first is like a Bull, the second like a Man, and the third like a Ram; he hath also the tail of a Serpent, and from his mouth issue Flames of Fire. His Feet are webbed like those of a Goose. He sitteth upon an Infernal Dragon, and beareth in his hand a Lance with a Banner.
When the Exorcist hath a mind to call him, let it be abroad, and let him stand on his feet all the time of action, with his Cap or Headdress off; for if it be on, AMAYMON will deceive him and call all his actions to be bewrayed. He giveth the Ring of Virtues; he teacheth the Arts of Arithmetic, Astronomy, Geometry, and all handicrafts absolutely. He giveth true and full answers unto thy demands. He maketh one Invincible. He showeth the place where Treasures lie, and guardeth it. He is a Great President and a Mighty Prince.
He can deliver Familiars out of the Custody of other Magicians, and answereth truly and perfectly of things Past, Present, and to Come. He can carry and re-carry men very speedily from one Kingdom to an- other, at the Will and Pleasure of the Exorcist. He ruleth over 66 Legions of Spirits, and he was of the Order of Potentates. Being therein, he will take upon himself the Form of an Angel.
Being bidden, he speaketh with a hoarse voice. Also he will wittingly urge Love between Man and Woman. But after a time, at the command of the Exor- cist he putteth on the Shape of a Man. And he is a strong fighter. He was of the Order of Dominations. He told his Chief, who was Solomon, that after 1, years he had hopes to return unto the Seventh Throne.
He singeth many sweet notes before the Exorcist, which he must not regard, but by-and-by he must bid him put on Human Shape. Then he will speak marvellously of all wonderful Sciences if required. He is a Poet, good and excellent. And he will be willing to perform thy requests. He hath hopes also to return to the Seventh Throne after 1, years more, as he said unto Solomon.
He governeth 20 Legions of Spirits. He speaketh with a hoarse Voice. His Office is to build up Towers, and to furnish them with Ammunition and Weap- ons, and to send Men- of-War 19 to places appointed. He ruleth over 26 Legions of Spirits. He appeareth at first like a Crow, but after he will put on Human Shape at the request of the Exorcist, and speak with a hoarse Voice. He is a Mighty President and Powerful.
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He giveth Good Fa- miliars. If thou makest a Sacrifice unto him he will receive it kindly and willingly, but he will deceive him- that doth it. He was of the Order of Thrones. He is a Mighty Duke and Strong. His office is to slay Men, and to drown them in the Waters, and to overthrow Ships of War, for he hath Power over both Winds and Seas; but he will not hurt any man or thing if he be commanded to the contrary by the Exorcist. He also hath hopes to return to the Seventh Throne after 1, years.
He is a Duke Great and Strong and appeareth like a Mermaid. And at the request of the Exorcist he can cause the seas to be right stormy and to appear full of ships. He governeth 29 Legions of Spirits. His office is to build high Towers, Castles and Cities, and-to furnish them with Armour, etc. Also he can afflict Men for many days with Wounds and with Sores rotten and full of Worms. He giveth Good Familiars at the request of the Exorcist.
He commandeth 50 Legions of Spirits. He is a Great Marquis and appeareth in the Form of a Stock-Dove, speaking with a voice hoarse, but yet subtle. His Office is to take away the Sight, Hearing, or Understanding of any Man or Woman at the command of the Exorcist; and to steal money out of the houses of Kings, and to carry it again in 1, years. If commanded he will fetch Horses at the request of the Exorcist, or any other thing. He can discover all things that are Hidden, and not kept by Wicked Spirits. He giveth good Familiars, sometimes.
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He is an Earl, and appeareth in the Form of a Monster; but after a while, at the Command of the Exorcist, he putteth on the shape of a Man. He teacheth the Virtues of Precious Stones and Woods. He changeth Dead Bodies, and putteth them in another place; also he lighteth seeming Candles upon the Graves of the Dead. He hath. He also procureth Friendship between Friends and Foes. He was of the Order of Potestates or Powers. He governeth 37 Legions of Spirits. This is at first, but after, at the Command of the Exorcist he putteth on Human Shape.
He governeth 33 Legions of Spirits. He appeareth in the Form of an Angel. He teacheth the Art of Geometry and the Liberal Sciences. He, at the Com- mand of the Exorcist, will produce Great Noises like the Rushings of many Waters, although there be none. He warmeth Waters, and discovereth Baths. He governeth 48 Legions of Spirits. He hath under his Power 20 Le- gions of Spirits.
He is a Terrible, Great, and Powerful King. He appeareth with three Heads: the first is like that of a Bull; the second is like that of a Man; the third is like that of a Ram. He hath the Tail of a Serpent, and Flaming Eyes. He rideth upon a furious Bear, and carrieth a Boshawk upon his Fist.
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