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The Conjuring of Harborim
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to gain power…
HARBORIM is a strong duke and commands twenty-six legions. He hath the power to grant intelligent power but is wrathful when his gift be misused. Only the purest of heart and intent will find favor with Harborim.
The conjuring of Harborim should only be done for the power to improve or to right a wrong deed. Harborim will suffer the worker to be true.
Draw a circle upon the ground and recite this invocation:
I conjure thee Harborim, in the names of the highest, Baell, Bileth and Beliall, their power and retribution and to their virtues and powers I charge thee Harborim, that thou shalt not take leave from my sight, nor alter thy bodily image that thou hath been given the ableness to have appeared in, nor any power shalt thou have of our bodies or souls, earthly or ghostly, but to be obedient to me, and to the words of my conjuration. I conjure thee Harborim, by all thrones, dominations, principats, potestats and virtutes, and by their virtues and powers. I conjure and charge, bind and constrain thee Harborim, by the highest and their virtues, that thou be obedient unto me, and to come and appear visible unto me, and that in all days, hours, and minutes, wheresoever I be, being called by the virtue of the highest, thou shalt look ready to appear unto me, and to give me good counsel, to impart unto me the intelligent power that wrongs may be righted, foul deeds undone and a lasting better may be thereby made and in all other things my will to be quickly fulfilled: I charge thee upon pain of everlasting condemnation and torment, Fiat, fiat, fiat, Amen.
When Harborim doth appear, speak ye in firmness and peace that he may find favor with thine bequest and purity in ye heart. Dismiss him with suitable dispatch by the Dismissal of the Spirit.
The Conjuring of Shax
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for the truth of many things…
SHAX is a dark and powerful lord over thirty legions. With a hoarse and subtle voice he doth miraculously take away the sight, hearing and understanding of any person whoso may ever injure the conjurer. He is thought to be faithful in all commands and although he promise to be obedient to the conjurer in all things, is not so, he is a liar, except he be brought into a triangle, and there he shall speak divinely, and tell of things which are hidden, and not kept of wicked spirits, he promises good familiars, which are accepted if they be not deceivers.
A triangle must ne drawn upon the ground and within it a circle so as to decieve Shax into believing he is within a circle. Without the circle, he will not appear, and without the triangle he shall only utter lies. When ye have done this thing recite ye this invocation:
I conjure thee Shax, in the name of Bileth and Beliall, their power and retribution and to their virtues and powers I charge thee Shax, that thou shalt not take leave from thy place and constraint, nor alter thy bodily image to decieve but shall thee remain in the form that thou hath been given the ableness to have appeared in, nor any power shalt thou have of our bodies or souls, earthly or ghostly, but to be obedient to me, and to the words of my conjuration. I conjure thee Shax, by all thrones, dominations, principats, potestats and virtutes, and by their virtues and powers. I conjure and charge, bind and constrain thee Shax, by the highest and their virtues, that thou be obedient unto me, and to come and appear visible unto me, and that in all days, hours, and minutes, wheresoever I be, being called by the virtue of the highest, thou shalt look ready to appear unto me, and to give me good counsel, to share the truths of many things and in all other things my will to be quickly fulfilled: I charge thee upon pain of everlasting condemnation, Fiat, fiat, fiat, .
When finished, dismiss him by the Dismissal of the Spirit
The Conjuration of Bileth
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for the bidding of the conjurer…
BILETH is a great and terrible king and the ruler of eighty-five legions. A circle must be drawn upon the ground and the conjurer must not step in. When Bileth is called up by a conjurer, he will appear rough and furious, to deceive him. And the conjurers must compose themselves and take heed to courage, and with a wand or branch of oak in hand, must reach out toward the east and south, and draw a triangle without besides yet intersecting the circle so that Bileth may when refusing to enter the circle, be drawn through the triangle and commanded into the circle that he may be suitably constrained. If Bileth the king be more stubborn, and refuse to enter into the circle through the triangle, and the conjurer shows fear, certainly Bileth will never fear nor regard him after. The following invocation need be spoken to invoke the presence of Bileth:
I conjure thee Bileth to appear, before the conjuration be read over four times, and that visible to appear, as the conjuration is written, and to give me good counsel at all times, and to come by those things hidden and secret, and all other things that is to do me pleasure, and to fulfill my will, without any deceit or tarrying; nor yet that thou shalt have any power of my body or soul, earthly or ghostly, nor yet to perish so much of my body as one hair of my head. I conjure thee Bileth by these words, and by their virtues and powers, I charge and bind thee by the virtue thereof, to be obedient unto me, and to all the words aforesaid, and this bond to stand between thee and me, upon pain of everlasting punishment aqnd suffering, Fiat, fiat, fiat, Amen.
And after Bileth hath appeared and audience been taken, all questions put to him being dutifully answered, he should be discharged according to the order of dismissal. And should Bileth prove stubborn to take his leave, the Dismissal of the Spirit should be repeated three times even though he may seem gone.
A Conjuration of Haagenti
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for gaining wisdom…
HAAGENTI is a great president over thirty-three legions. He hath the ability to change metals to gold, water to wine and wine to water, and to make one wise in all things. His power is fearful and care should be taken upon his summoning that no dread appears on thine countenance lest weakness be perceived and Haagenti gain power over ye. Haagenti should not be summoned too frequently. Having drawn a circle to constrain Haagenti, speak ye the following invocation aloud:
I conjure thee Haagenti, by the Spirits of the Seven Winds and by their virtues and powers I charge thee Haagenti, that thou shalt not depart out of my sight, nor yet to alter thy bodily shape, that thou art appeared in, nor any power shalt thou have of our bodies or souls, earthly or ghostly, but to be obedient to me, and to the words of my conjuration, that be written in this book. I conjure thee Haagenti, by all thrones, dominations, principats, potestats and virtutes, and by their virtues and powers. I conjure and charge, bind and constrain thee Haagenti, by all the words aforesaid, and by their virtues, that thou be obedient unto me, and to come and appear visible unto me, and that in all days, hours, and minutes, wheresoever I be, being called by the virtue of the highest, thou shalt look ready to appear unto me, and to give me good counsel, how to come to know things hidden in the earth, or in the water, and how to come to dignity and knowledge of all things, that is to say, of the magick art, and of grammar, dialect, rhetoric, arithmetic, music, geometry, and of astrology, and in all other things my will quickly to be fulfilled: I charge thee upon pain of everlasting condemnation, Fiat, fiat, fiat, Amen.
Once summoned, ye can ask of Haagenti what ye wish. Do not hesitate with thine questions, lest Haagenti should become annoyed and disruptive. When ye have finished, dismiss the spirit with the Dismissal of the Spirit.
The Conjuring of Andrealphus
to gain skillful logic…
ANDREALPHUS governs thirty legions. He is an expert at geometry and measurements, he can turn the conjurer into a subtle and skillful debator. The conjuring of Andrealphus requires a skilled and practiced conjurer who shall be ready to engage the spirit if needed to control him. No word that Andrealphus speaks should go unheeded yet not all shall be truthful.
Draw upon the ground a circle and speak ye aloud this invocation:
I conjure thee Andrealphus, in the names of the highest and their power and strength of will and by their virtues and powers I charge thee Andrealphus, that thou shalt not depart from my sight, nor alter thy bodily shape, that thou hath been given the ableness to have appeared in, nor any power shalt thou have of our bodies or souls, earthly or ghostly, but to be obedient to me, and to the words of my conjuration. I conjure thee Andrealphus, by all thrones, dominations, principats, potestats and virtutes, and by their virtues and powers. I conjure and charge, bind and constrain thee Andrealphus, by the highest and their virtues, that thou be obedient unto me, and to come and appear visible unto me, and that in all days, hours, and minutes, wheresoever I be, being called by the virtue of the highest, thou shalt look ready to appear unto me, and to give me good counsel, to give to me thy aid and skillful logic, and in all other things my will quickly to be fulfilled: I charge thee upon pain of everlasting condemnation, Fiat, fiat, fiat, Amen.
When Andrealphus doth appear, speak directly to him and allow thine eye not waver lest he should deceive ye in some trickery.
When ye have finished with him, he should be firmly dismissed with the Dismissal of the Spirit.
The Conjuration of Paimon
for communication with a spirit…
PAIMON is constrained by divine virtue to stand before the conjurer and do their bidding. He is a liaison to the realm of the spirits and hath the ability to provide the presence of a desired spirit for the purpose of communication. He bindeth them that resist him in his own chains, and subjecteth them to the conjurer. Great caution must be taken in the conjuration of Paimon as he is able to bring undesirable and dangerous spirits as well as the chathte and honorable.
Upon the calling up of Paimon, the conjurer must look to the northwest as this is his house. A circle must be drawn and the words of the invocation must be spoken aloud in a clear and firm voice as follows:
Iconjure thee Paimon by the power of the everlasting virtue of the highest that thou shalt appear in my presence and do my bidding lest thee suffer th e everlasting torment and suffering for thy disobedience. Let thee in my presence do no harm that no hair of my head or evil, bodily or ghostly befall me. Let thee in my presence allow no spirit take hold and linger beyond their calling so that thee may suffer for their trespass.
I conjure thee Paimon that thou shalt act as intermediator in my communication and that thou shalt now offer me access to the spirit (name the name of the spirit with which ye wish to communicate) so that I may learn of them and theirs. Fail not in this calling and in thy chains need be let them be bound that they may do what of them I ask and answer all of them that I ask.
The invocation having been spoken, ask of the spirit thou hath called what ye will. And when concluded, the engagement desired to end, the spirit brought forth by Paimon shall need be discharged first and finally , then Paimon need be dismissed so that he shall not linger and come to be disruptive.
Conjuration 1
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     A conjuration used for contacting a helpful spirit. This should be performed with two other people.
     In a darkened room, light three candles and place them, in the formation of a triangle, on a table in the center of the room. In the center of the triangle, a round bowl, filled nearly to the top with rainwater, should be placed. Each person should sit facing one of the candles.
     Each person should then place two drops of Conjurer’s Oil into the bowl of water. When done, the person leading the conjuration should place one more drop of Conjurer’s Oil into the water. If you do not have Conjurer’s Oil available, skip this step.
     Join hands and together, speak the following words aloud:
Helpful spirit, we summon thee.
Let thy presence be made manifest.
For a sign we ask, that thee shalt make our minds aware.
No harm shall thee do, but rather come in servitude,
That to our bidding thee shalt pay heed and none other.
Spirit come thee forth.
     Continue repeating these words aloud until the helpful spirit makes its presence known. When it has revealed itself in some way, you may ask of it what you wish, but ask nothing evil or you may lose its favor and it may become angered.
     When you are done, command the spirit to leave immediately. Extinguish the candles and dispose of the contents of the bowl.
Conjuration 2
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     A conjuration for summoning a spirit for answers.
CAUTION: As it is unknown which spirit will answer your call, it is highly recommended that you enlist the aid of at least two assistant conjurers--in this type of situation, the more assistants the better. Take care to enlist only those who carry no ill intent as the presence of such an individual may at best cause your summoning to go unheeded, and at worst could cause serious problems.
     Using consecrated rainwater or Divining Oil if you have some, draw upon the forehead of each individual present at the conjuration, a simple pentacle.
     Darken the room and in its center, upon a table or stand, place a single lighted candle to act as a guiding beacon for the spirit. Join hands around the candle to form a circle.
IMPORTANT: All present should be instructed to not, under any circumstances, let go of hands while the spirit is present.
    
     The head conjurer should summon the spirit as follows:
Unknown spirit we summon thee
Let thy presence be known
That thee our questions may entertain
     The assistants should then say:
Spirit hear our call
     This summoning should be repeated until the presence of the spirit is felt. When present, the spirit can be asked questions which it may choose to answer in any manner of its own choosing.   When you are done, command the spirit to leave immediately. Let go of one another’s hands and extinguish the candle.

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