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An Enochian Setting of the Wards

(In the Ogdoadic Tradition of Magic)

by Al Billings

(Stand in the center of the place of working, or as nearly the center as the arrangement of the chamber will allow.)

Calyx

i. Facing East, assume the Wand Posture. Vibrate "GEH" (Thou Art)

ii. Raise the arms at the sides, vibrate: "LONDOH" (The Kingdom)

iii. Touch right shoulder with left hand, vibrate "OD MICALZO" (And The Power)

iv. Touch left shoulder with right hand, vibrate "OD BUSD" (And The Glory)

v. Keeping arms crossed, bow head and vibrate "GOHED" (Everlasting)

Circulus

vi. Advance to the East. Beginning at that point and returning thereto, trace the circle against the Sun, encompassing the area of working.

Praesidia

vii. Return to center and face East. Make the Gesture Cervus: at the first point vibrate "EXARP" at the second point vibrate "ORO IBAH AOZPI."

viii. Turn to face North: make the Gesture, vibrating "NANTA" at the first point, "MOR DIAL HCTGA" at the second.

ix. Turn to face West: make the Gesture, vibrating "HCOMA" at the first point, "MPH ARSL GAIOL" at the second.

x. Turn to face South: make the Gesture, vibrating "BITOM" at the first point, and "OIP TEAA PDOCE" 1 at the second.

Invocatio

xi. Raise the arms to form a Tau. Vibrate:

TO THE EAST BATAIVAH
TO THE SOUTH EDLPRNAA
1
TO THE WEST RAAGIOSL
TO THE NORTH ICZHIHAL

Calyx

xii. Facing East, assume the Wand Posture. Vibrate "GEH" (Thou Art)

xiii. Raise the arms at the sides, vibrate: "LONDOH" (The Kingdom)

xiv. Touch right shoulder with left hand, vibrate "OD MICALZO" (And The Power)

xv. Touch left shoulder with right hand, vibrate "OD BUSD" (And The Glory)

xvi. Keeping arms crossed, bow head and vibrate "GOHED" (Everlasting)

Notes:

1. This does not 100% match Mysteria Magica. There seems to be an error in both editions of Mysteria Magica. On page 45, the Divine Name for Fire is "MPH ARSL GAIOL" and the Divine Name for Water is "OIP TEAA PDOCE." On page 175 in the Enochian Texts, the table there lists the Divine Name for Fire as "OIP TEAA PDOCE" and the Divine Name for Water (on page 173) as "MPH ARSL GAIOL." The second set, listed in the Enochian Texts, is consistant with the derivation of these names in the Golden Dawn and other groups. One must assume the list on page 45 has been accidentally reversed.