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Morning Affirmation for Strength whenever

Morning Affirmation for Strength whenever

Some people “lock” the powers of t…

Some people “lock” the powers of their mirrors to their use
alone by charging it with a secret, magick word. You can do this while cleansing
and consecrating your magick mirror by placing your finger on the mirror’s
center and saying your magick word three times. Between speaking each word,
remove your finger from the mirror and breathe through the spot.

Allow your psychic energy to mingle with the mirror’s.

To use your magick mirror, place a votive candle behind the mirror (the
mirror will obstruct your view of it) or light two candles on either side
of the mirror. (Personal preference). Hold your hands over the black surface
and whisper your magick word three times. Gaze into the mirror’s blackness
– not on it, but through it. Again, relax your mind and use the usual scrying
techniques we’ve already learned.

Another mirror method is to sit under the full moon with your mirror.
Catch the moon’s reflection in the black mirror and begin scrying into this
reflection.

For there is no God besides Our Lord Devil, an…

For there is no God besides Our Lord Devil, and He has no other
servants, besides the devoted to Him. Reject light, acquire Darkness,
and reject Christ, acquire Beast. And eternity shall dwell within thine
heart, enlightened by flame, for from age to age it exists, and light is
not light, but Darkness is.

“‘I’m setting twenty-two tables for the funera…

“‘I’m setting twenty-two tables for the funeral feast,
Satan is by far the kindest beast…’ -Spiritual Cramp; Christian Death

… death is natural. If no one died, we’d be in a world of hurt. The
world would be even more overpopulated than it already is. There is
nothing “unnatural” about death. Sure, maybe the circumstances of death
are sometimes unnatural. But the process of dying itself is just another
part of the cycle of life. Birth, life, death – repeat.

Next, death does not discriminate – all living things are going to
eventually die. None of us, healthy or sick, young or old, are
guaranteed another day. It’s something we need to learn to accept from a
young age, but often aren’t taught. It’s only the manner of death and
the time of death that are mysterious.

And finally, death itself is nothing to fear. It seems it’s the
manner of death that we really fear. After all, we’d all like a quick
and painless death. Not to mention none of us wants to deal with the
pain of loss of a loved one.

Death impacts the living more than the dead. That’s why they (the
infamous they) say that funerals are for the living, not the dead. Death
is a painful loss for those left alive most certainly. Losing someone
close to you or who you love deeply is like losing a part of yourself.
It leaves a hole that will eventually heal in time, but there will
always be a scar. It is because of these latter things (and the natural
human ability for and clairvoyance) that
necromancy came about to begin with.

There is another side of death, however. One that many people don’t
consider. Death is change. It is loss. Metaphoric death can be just as
life altering as physical death for the person who lives through it. So
in Daemonolatry, necromantic practices can, and often do, include
rituals to accept other kinds of death including but not limited to:
divorce, death of a career, loss of self identity (mid-life crisis),
loss of financial stability/home, etc…”