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THE ZOETIC GRIMOIRE OF ZOS

The Formulae of Zos vel Thanatos

By Austin Osman Spare


First Formula: Of the White Sabbathas first told me by a Witch AR !"#$T: Actually there is neither a Blac% nor a White Sabbath: the ethical criterion of all acts is &hether they are anti'social or so motivated( Where t&o or more of a %ind of e)ual maturity and inclination enact for consummation* then* if harm they do it is only to themselves&hich + doubtand far less harmful than the practices of those &ho mutilate or deny their bodies in the name of a culture or a reli,ion( The latter are invariably prophets or propa,ators of sterility* &hereas the one out&ard tenet of Witchcraft is silence to -unli%e others-( The Sabbath is an inverse'reversion for self'seduction* an undoin, for a divertive conation( Se. is used as the techni)ue and medium of a ma,ical act( There is not only erotic satisfaction/ the sensualist is made detached and controlled until final sublimation/ his &hole trainin, is submissive and obedient until* by cold amoral passion* he can transmute control and divert him' or herself &here desired( The Witch so en,a,ed is old* ,rotes)ue* &orldly and libidinously learned and is se.ually attractive as a corpse/ yet she becomes the entire vehicle of consummation( This is necessary to transmute the personal aesthetic culture( 0erversion is used only to overcome moral pre1udices or conformity/ the mind and desire must become amoral* focused and made entirely acceptive so that the life'force is free of inhibitions prior to the control( Thus* the Sabbath becomes a deliberate se.'or,y for the purpose of materiali2ation: the reat Reality of 3as if3 4&ishful thin%in,5( Se. is fully e.ploited: he &ho in1ures none* himself does not in1ure( Finally: a culturally accepted criterion has destroyed more affective affinity than any other belief/ but he who transmutes the ugly into a new aesthetic has something beyond fear. For the ethical pra,matist + can assert that this formula has never harmed me/ on the contrary* by improved health and self'control it has made me tolerant* understandin, and compassionate( +t inspires and promises more than probability as possible* and is the only thin, that has made reality ma,ical and the ma,ical* reality( 0leasure is in us and around us6 no& + bec%on and it cometh unto me( FOR"!7A: This is al&ays secret* communal and periodic/ an enforced consummation for almost unlimited &ish'fulfillment by len,thy voluntary abstinence* repression and sacrifice until release by mass se.ual saturation* for one purpose: the e.teriori2ation of a &ish by a ,reat savin, and a total spendin,(

The hypereroticism induced by this ,rand'scale hysteria or saturnalia has an essentially sado' masochistic basis( 0revious to the ceremony each celebrant has his or her allotted part* althou,h it usually ends promiscuously and chaotically( The initiates are trained sin,ly in their o&n parts and in the response e.pected of them( They play a passive role* for the promise of untold ecstasy( The Witches take the active part throughout: thus the symbolic levitation by besom'handle( There is a meetin,'place and an elaborate ritual &hich is an e.tensive hypnotic to over'ride all inhibitions( Thus* smell* hearin, and vision are seduced by incense and mantra 4incantation and the ritual'ceremony5* &hile taste and touch are enhanced by the stimuli of &ine and oral acts( After complete se.ual satiation by oral* anal* or urethral means* there appears an e.teriori2ed hallucination of the predetermined &ish &hich is ma,ical in its reality( $o one can say precisely &hether certain thin,s happen or not* althou,h each person may have very different and e)ually vivid e.periences( Some form of levitation seems common to all( "y o&n e.perience of many Sabbaths is that there is consummate e.teriori2ation and that subse)uent memories are of reality( All e.cessively sadistic acts are usually symboli2ed by ,enuine Witches* but &hat simulation there is is common to most erotic ri,hts( The &hole ceremony is based mainly on inverted orthodo. reli,ious services( 8O9TR+$# A$8 9R#8O 3Fornicatus benedictus: Almi,hty Ashmodeus* e.istent of 9haos* ominous by thy name* thy %in,dom come throu,h me on earth( 7ead me into all temptations of my flesh so + may trespass ,reatly into thy &ays by my desires: for thou art all se.'see%in, unity* thou mi,hty ,enitalia of creation that %no&eth no satiation,rant thou my &ish* for thou art all po&er* ecstasy and actuality( Amen:3 A small talisman arabes)ue of the ma1or erotic 2ones is passed around and %issed by all( Then follo&s a short perverse communion* then a symposium &ith su,,estive e.hibitionism* libidinous stories and abreaction of se.ual fantasiesdevelopin, into the real thin,( S;$O0S+S OF T<# SABBAT< T<#OR; OF FOR"!7A: 8ifferentiation is the stimulus of recreation* hence perversions and contra'practices are used to that end( 9eremony and Ritual are the matrices of form and order* the thesis bein, that by the act of 3as if3 the &ish is fleshed &hen ma,ically char,ed( The act of e.uviations is by transference to the po&ers of elemental automata as dele,ated by the obsessive mind( Thus reality may obtain* and for a &hile serve its o&n purpose( The ecstatic moment is used as the fecund instant of &ish' endo&ment/ for at that period of reality* the Will* 8esire* and Belief are ali,ned and in unison( Faith is a form of compulsory autohypnosis &hich may build up and enter belief( The ,reat believers have no need of faithand &e are all convinced by the flesh of thin,s( T<# AFF+R"AT+O$ 9R##8 + believe: 3+ become the potentialities &here + made effort6 the funambulatory &ay bet&een ecstasies: The acceptance of all thin,s* in enterin, all doors and the by'passin,: !nto myself only the la& + ma%ethe ,ood and evil + affirm: The relatability of all thin,s to e,o* the

apotheosis of =no&led,e in ecstasy: +n the ods and eternal flesh as all truth: That my &ay is the only &ay for me* ho&ever devious: That6 &hich + have enveloped from me* shall come forth as a potent elemental to my aid( And + believe &ithout reservation in the preservation of my concepts as the media of #,o* from &hich all thin,s ultimately become( Amen(3 0RA;#R OF 9O""!$+O$ We &ho are about to parta%e of each other* shall &al% past all amorous sic%ness and deaths* for &e are &ithin the ma,ical e)uino.( Amen We &ho proudly ma%e unto ourselves every ,raven ima,e* shall have ,reat copulations and are allo&ed to love our ods* for &e %no& the Sacred Ali,nments( Amen We &ho do not crucifynothin, shall hurt us that is of the 3$ature3/ neither our comin,s and ,oin,s from the &omb* for &e have the =ey to all aesthetics( Amen +n this sacred moment 4here occurs the symbolic eatin, of flesh and blood5 &e for,et our enemies: therefore let our dead children sleep( And let our dead loves arise* so they too may &atch and en1oy our ecstasies( 7et their animation be po&er to our memories and so resur,e all ecstasy* for in this day there shall be no inhibitions( Amen Thou insatiable peripheral )uadri,a of se.( Amen 0RA;#R OF A8ORAT+O$ Thou lambent spirit of #rh: Thou hast %indled the sacred fire from dead ashes* so my torch li,htens all dar%nesses( Thou hast become the fulcrum of my &ill( #verlastin,ly in Thee + %no& not respite: #.cept in the sensuous impact of flesh* there are no meanin,s( Thou hast a&a%ened me into eternities( Thou ma%est all thin,s beautiful unto the ,rotes)ue( Whom thou succour hath no sterility(

+ am reborn and reborn into desirous becomin,s: + have recreated my Soul by birthin, pleasure( Throu,h Thee my &ill* desire* belief and &ord become the la& That carries me into the 9atastrophic beyond becomin,: Thou the emissary of $either'$either: #ver Silent Watcher: Thou hast sho&n me the ne& se.ualities And all the mysteries of the Threshold: Only Thee + adore in my Soul and my everlastin, body( Alpha'Ome,aAmen: #>O9AT+O$ O mi,hty Rehcta&: Thou &ho e.ists in all ero,enousnesses We evoke Thee! By the po&er of the meanin,s arisin, from these forms + ma%e We evoke Thee! By the Talismans that spea% the secret leitmotif of desire We evoke Thee! By the sacrifices* abstinences and transvaluations &e ma%e We evoke Thee! By the sacred inbet&eenness concepts Give us the flesh! We* &ho shall suffer all ecstasies Give us the will! By the )uadri,a se.ualis Give us invariant desire! By the con)uest of fati,ue Give us eternal resurgence!

By the most sacred Word',raph We invoke Thee. Amen Second Formula: The Formula of 0lotinusas sent me throu,h the 8elphic 0ythoness via Automatism* called - ivin, life to the Autistic by >ir,in #arthen&are4$o& unto this period + had copulated only the atmosphere or rode &hores* lined old ha,s* &itches and ''''''' of all %inds* there bein, fe& vir,ins(5 The autotelic &ish into heterotelic conception is by concummation throu,h usin, an urn of correct shape and dimension &hich must correlate nearly to that of the lin,am usedso that there is sufficient vacuum( At the moment of or,asm the &ish must be imperatively stated. After e1aculation seal the vase &ith your si,il and &ith the secret formula of your desire( Bury same at midni,ht* the moon bein, )uartered( When the moon &anes* disinter and pour contents as libation into earth &ith suitable incantation* and re'bury same( This is the most formidable formula %no&n* never fails and is dan,eroushence &hat is not &ritten must be ,uessed( From this formula &as derived the le,end of the Genii of the Brazen essel as related by Solomon( Third Formula: The 9ommunion of Auto'#,o of Zos This formula is based on that of Apollonius the 0ytha,orean philosopher and theur,ist* and is the only ma,ical means of inseparation and psychic help that has no disastrous aftereffects &hether it fails or succeeds( There is nothin, simpler than spea%in, to your inmost self* and nothin, more difficult( The first conditions are Secrecy* Silence and Solitude( $e.t* a means of communication: + created my o&n Alphabet and 7an,ua,e based on the primal onomatopoeia of lan,ua,e &hich is no&for mea subconscious )uality &hich e.presses only by hi,h emotionalism( +ndeed* the active lin% bet&een all ima,es of thou,ht are intro'audile and of this character on &hich one3s psychic lan,ua,e must be based( The Soul responds to the basic lan,ua,e only( Finally* ease of body and mind must obtain* the mind bein, free from all conceptse.cept the 8esire* &hich should be altruistic 4others or yourself5( ;our re)uest should be as brother as%in, brother in &ords &orthy to reach your ,reater self( ;ou &ill receive only &hat you are fitted to receive( Fourth Formula: <o& to return #vil to its Source Sorcery may be ,ood or evil* as predetermined by its purpose* and is your responsibility( 9orrective punishment* bein, amoral* is the only le,itimate motivation( Ability is the determinin, factor of success( Sufficient hate is the potency* &hich must be stored up* formulated and focused so as to become incarnate throu,h the elemental employed to pierce the protective aura of the offenders( Re)uisites: somethin, personal belon,in, to the victim or victims( A symbolic replica of them 4dra&in,* statuette* etc(5( Also* the deployment of an animal familiar* and a simulation of the deed and desired conse)uences formulated as a ritual convincin, to yourself( There is also a direct method by su,,estion* &hen %no&in, the offenders3 3Achilles <eel3( #vil in

others may be made potent a,ainst them(

Fifth Formula: Of Fortune Tellin, by 9ards 4Foretellin, by Familiars5 Foretellin, the future by cards or other means: What is of conse)uence* and portentous* is the 3state of mind3 that is induced in the consultant by the method and do&nri,ht e.planations ,iven to him: there is an indirect or transposed auto'su,,estion( Anythin, so enterin, the near' subconscious must reformulate and re'su,,est itself &ith commitment to a later* similar* event( 7i%e&ise* the sorcerer3s shaft pierces throu,h the protective aura by assertion becomin, indirect su,,estion as the consultant3s o&n( 0arado.ically* the )uic%est &ay of susceptibility is by denial as disbelief( 9ards may be used for formulatin, the &ill* castin, spells* mathematical numerolo,y* and fortune tellin,( + &as tau,ht )uite early in life by the ,reatest Witch of recent years( <ere is a rou,h synopsis of my formula based on &hat + remember of hers( First + need certain conditions: Silence* and li,ht 1ust sufficient to &or% by( + even close my eyes &hen shufflin, and al&ays do so before handin, the cards to the )uerent for re'shufflin,( To be,in &ith + used ordinary playin, cards but soon found it e.pedient and of ,reater service to ma%e my o&n pac%s* usin, si.ty cards( 8ivided as usual into four suits* the 9ourt cards representin, people( The different suits represent the common factors of life* i(e(* business* social relations* ob1ects* events* and emotional )ualities* etc(* no individual card havin, itself much si,nificance( + am ,ivin, only ,eneral principles/ + shall not repeat &hat may be ,leaned from a summary of boo%s on the sub1ect( #vents and all else are ,iven importance* in de,ree* by simple or more comple. combinations of similar or relatin, cards( +llustration: The t&o of Spades means simply 3sli,ht indisposition3/ the nine of Spades means 3annoyance3 or 3pain3/ the ten of Spades means 3sorro&3( Thus* these cards in that order mean 3serious illness3( +f the card representin, the en)uirer is there* it means their o&n illness* and &ith the card representin, 3fatality3 for ,ood or evil 4reverse or other&ise5* it could mean death( A different arran,ement or se)uence of the same cards &ould ,ive a different e)uivalent* e.tended meanin,* or definition( Thus* the t&o of Spades isolated from similar cards could mean 3sli,ht illness3* 3faintheartedness3* or 3reluctance3 etc(* dependin, on &hich other cards it 3falls3

a,ainst( The cards should not be too ambi,uous and should become definite and different by combination( This is sufficient information for be,innin, to create the 3meanin,s3 of cards* the only difficulty bein, to ,ive appropriate meanin,s to individual cards so as to have a complete vocabulary capable of coverin, all e.i,encies( Start &ith &hat you can mana,e and build up by constant addition and rectification( 9ombinations are endlessal&ays ma%e them rational( The more rare the event* the ,reater the number of cards necessary to the combination( +t ta%es months of &or% to create a really rational pac%( Start &ith playin, cards* &ritin, your meanin, on them( 7ater* ma%e your o&n pac% and dra& your o&n symbols,eometrical shapes &ill serve( Be ori,inalit ,ives the best results( "y o&n four cards mentioned above: "ethods of layin, out cards are numerous( The best* for ,eneral prediction* is serpentine: readin, from left to ri,ht in ro&s of nine cards( Synopsis: + do a short horoscope by layin, eleven ro&s of five cards* each ro& relatin, to: <ouse* 7ove* Self* etc(*every four ro&s bein, relative to each other((( ?one or t&o &ords ille,ible here@ and ans&er to &ish( The five cards left over indicate the immediate event( "a%e your o&n rules and %eep them* consistency in this case bein, a ,reat virtue( +t is possible to predict anything! but special pac%s &ith their special meanin,s have to be made* a difficult and laborious tas%( Alternative Fifth Formula: Techni)ue of Fortune Tellin, First obtain a ,ood boo% on 3fortune tellin,3 by playin, cards( This &ill ,ive you a ,eneral idea for the ma%in, a suitable pac% for your o&n purposes( 0rocure a pac% of ordinary playin, cards and mar% them* top and bottom 4cards have a reverse5( Rely on the 3boo%3 only for ,eneral direction and methodthe remnants of a traditional and lost art( ;ou should evolve your o&n meanin,s* symbols and methods( This is vital. <ere are the salient points to note: +ndividual cards are indicators* not eventsat least* not the important ones* and so &e ma%e separate cards mean the small commonplacesemotions and abstracts 4love* hate* fear* etc(5/ 3people3 are indicated by the =in,s and Aueens* and 3children3 by the t&o =naves( The different suits symboli2e the different %inds of events or emotions* etc( Thus* Spades relate to sic%ness* mournin,* death* disappointment* fear* hatred( <earts indicate love* marria,e* friendship* happiness* ,enerosity( 8iamonds indicate money* success* fame* honour( 9lubs indicate business* officialism* po&er* %no&led,e( ;ou &ill find fifty't&o cards more than ade)uate to cover the small meanin,s( There are a number of meanin,s that do not fall under any one suit in particular* such as 3speedy3* 3accidental3* 3le,al3* etc(/ these should be placed in any suit &here there is room( 0ut similar meanin,s on one card* such as 3conclusion3 and 3death3( The reverse of a card means the same thin, but more intensely or e.tensively( Thus: 3sli,ht sic%ness3* reversed* &ould mean 3real sic%ness3( Also* a special card is made to intensify any card it falls a,ainst/ reversed it means 3continuous3 or 3re,ular3( +t is the combination of certain cards that indicates the meanin,s of the more important events and episodes of life( For e.ample: a combination of Spades3$ine3* 3Ten3* and 3Ace3&hen so closely 1u.taposed &ould mean death very soon and* in combination &ith cards meanin, 3accident3* 3sic%ness3* 3hate3* &ould mean death by accident* sic%ness* murder or suicide* and so

on* coverin, every possible event( The mathematical computations of fifty't&o cards are almost limitless( Write your meanin,s and principal combinations on the cards* and &hen you have fully memori2ed them chan,e them into symbolseven if your ima,ination cannot su,,est more than ,eometrical si,ns( This change to symbols is very important. To save overloadin, the cards &ith &ritin, or symbols* &rite do&n a list of the rarer combinations and their meanin,s( Study 4from boo%s on fortune'tellin,5 the different methods of layin, out the cards for readin,/ ultimately you &ill evolve the method that suits you best( "y method is simply to lay them out in a line 4or four lines of thirteen cards5 and read from left to ri,ht* but it is difficult and only adepts succeed( This is my process: First the operator must shuffle the cards &hilst loo%in, into the eyes of the )uerent( The pac% is then passed to the )uerent &ith a re)uest to shuffle &hilst thin%in, about &hatever he desires to %no&( Then lay out the cards and read* special note bein, made of the 1u.tapositions of combinations( When close to,ether it means the event &ill occur soon( <o&ever many combinations there are you &ill al&ays find some of uni)ue and bafflin, meanin,* and this is &here the actual s%ill of the operator comes in( The solvin, of the problem4s5 &ill be found far more interestin, than any cross&ord pu22le( +ma,inative methods help( A simple illustration: One card means 3fear3 and the other 3honour3( This could be read as meanin, that the person in )uestion is 3fainthearted3 but has the necessary ability* as a,ainst 3he fears for his honour3if it does not seem to be implied by other factors( Remember* there is a rational and true interpretation if you can find it( Whether you believe in the sub1ect or not it should be apprehended as you &ould approach any other Art or Science &ith an open mind( As to the attitude of the )uerent* his belief is immaterial but he should be &illin, to be unpre1udiced/ any facetiousness is fatal( + can assert1ud,in, by the results of others &ho have used this methodthat any person of normal intelli,ence &ho follo&s carefully these su,,estions and &ho uses his ima,ination* &ith sufficient practice* &ill be able accurately to predict future events( 8on3t e.pect too much too soon( + have not only had the characters of persons accurately described* but even their hidden physical mar%s( #ducation has little to do &ith this faculty( +n conclusion: it should ta%e about si. months to create a satisfactory pac% of cards* and another si. months to ,ain the necessary facility by practice( There is no limit to &hat may be predicted* usin, special pac%s( Finally* scientists &ill never prove or disprove anythin, relatin, to 3foretellin, the future3/ it is a &or% for ,reat artists( But science may subse)uently confirm more fully &hat the artists have already discovered( $ote &ell: all the indications essential for the 0sychic =no&led,e necessary for developin, this speciali2ed ability are ,iven in The "ogomachy. Si.th Formula: "etamorphoses by 38eath 0osture3 4by 3Zeno of #lea35 0o&ers of visuali2ation* self'discipline and concentration are the )ualities necessary( All ma,ical

practice* to be effective* needs ,reat coura,e( By means of the 8eath 0osture* total transportation of consciousness into the se.'centre occurs( This brin,s about pure aesthesis and the creation of a ne& se.uality by autotelic concept: the subse)uent ecstasy is a sublimation( Because every other sense is brou,ht to nullity by se.'into.ication* it is called the 38eath 0osture3( #verythin, is #a priori# to the act( The #a posteriori# illumination reveals the inter'se.ual correspondences of all thin,s* and ,reat emotiveness becomes((( "y desires have made a sentient soul* an obsession* a vampire* an insatiable ne,ress of pendulous breasts and fatted thi,hs ridin, me into the abysses of the $uadriga se%ualis... Seventh Formula: 3Transcendental 0erspective3 as a means of mediumship and anoBtic anal,esia as related to me by the Stoic* Socrates "any Stoics lived before Zeno and they formulated this sentiment as a practical and ideal behaviourism: There is in their ,enesis an hierarchy of form and ideas( +deas have no status e.cept throu,h forms that are accepted symbols of sentience and are spatially and out&ardly self'indul,ent( #.carnation of an inspired or superimposed concept may be induced and orientated by 3space' apperception3( The &hole body and bein, must suspire((( This total efflu.ion ma%es everythin, reciprocal and becomes a re'orientated se)uence of focused ne.ity( Throu,h this harmonic relation &ith #,o one becomes the )ualitative mediator of the hypothetical or real propensity: any position ,ivin, vastness or panorama* and* by abstractive ,a2in, beyond distance* allo&in, and follo&in, the flo& of thou,ht until there is an intrusive and more co,nate idea( This idea is held and pro1ected into the 3vista3( $othin, innate is permitted to be subtracted from the visuali2ation( #i,hth Formula: Formula of Arrivism AFF+R"AT+O$ 9R##8 OF T<# ARR+>+ST: + am od* and all other ,ods are my ima,ery( + ,ave birth to myself( + am millions of forms e.creatin,/ eternal/ and nothin, e.ists e.cept throu,h me/ yet + am not themthey serve me( + am inconceivable because + ma%e the conceivable as + so &ill( + am beyond 7a&* for my casualness rationali2es all thin,s to my pleasure( + am the stran,er* ever( We* the ne& Arrivists have a lusty herita,e from the hierocracy of ancient #,ypt* and such ,reat familiars as 7ao'T2C* 0ytha,oras* Sappho* Socrates* Zeno and others &ho have substantiated their beliefs 4and li%e them &e have been spat on by the u,liest denominators5: our ,reat copula is the ,ivin,( 3Arrivism3 formulates from our inte,rals: our 3thisness3 into 3as if3 becomin, 3as no&3the intentional becomin, e.tentional/ action by spontaneity conformin, everythin, critical and subvertive to itself* &hich is the mechanism of evo%in, our 3thisness3(

3As no&3 has no pendency: thin,s are! because &e are al&ays the potential of &hat &e last &ere( The ,ospel of the Arrivist is al&ays his o&n( <OW TO TRA0 A$ ARR+>+ST FA"+7+AR TO #ART< T<# #7#"#$TA7: The best person to choose &ould be of the 3arrivist type3those coc%y '''''''' &ho seem to obtain all they need &henever they &ant it( Bein, intense e,ocentrics they are mediumistic or susceptible only to silent su,,estion((( So* loo% into their eyes and convey to them silently that they are the media for the transit of the obsessin, elemental desired( They act simply as somethin, en rapport bet&een you and the elemental( To ma%e yourself acceptive and fit for obsessionacts of sacrifice and pur,ation are essential beforehand( Also* the elemental must be named and ,iven an appropriate Si,il( Auery to ,reat arrivism: behold everythin, in the self( Thou art this and all that e.istsbut here3s the catchnever at one time. "ind is universal and includes/ #,o separates( 3That art Thou3 never is((( al&ays( & was or may become this* and only 3+ am3 in #,o* often losin, self' consciousness( + behold multiplicity in all thin,s* and myself as the interrelatin, oneness* for &hatsoever else + conceive &ill lead me astray or into 3as if3( The more + ,et into thin,s* the more + am beyond them* so* the more &ithin the more &ithout( + am every&here present yet un%no&n to myself e.cept in #,o( + am a confi,uration of all the multitudinous compositions and desi,ns of this universe* and* %no&in, not myself fully* ho& can + %no& much of other selves and the odsD But the man &e %no& is mainly made from his beliefs as he enacts them* for 3bein,3 is a function of the all'rememberin, Soul( So* believe from your necessities! &hich alone obtain response and recompense&hether ,ood or evil( $inth and 7ast Formula: The Theur,y of Zos Believin,* li%e breathin,* is inveterate &hereas 3faith3 is a compulsory acceptance for escape((( a commitment to an established thesisoften in conflict &ith our +ds* beliefs and habits( +* the resur,ence of the Apostate Eulian* am no& the +conoclast of Theocrasia* for + &ould have you create a ne& 0antheismdifferent ods and the Great &nnocence. Theses: On Sorcery Our entire means of e.pression 4of a,reed meanin,s5 is semantical* an ambi,uous method* &hether conveyin, ideas* values* facts or fictions* &hich has ever'variant meanin,s to the recipient/ there are fe& 3one to one3 meanin,s of &ords( Therefore* althou,h + may transfer by a short sentence a meanin, similar to both of us* + do not so convey it to my subconsciousness there is con1unctional confusion( #.ample: The short sentence 3 od is love3* &ould be to the subconsciousness either 3,od love3* or 3love ,od3( Therefore* to be understood by the subconsciousness it &ould have to read as 3 odFlove3* and of course this &ould have to be believed 4on your part5 to have meanin,: lip avo&al here has no value for ma,ical transferences( "oreover* the conveyance of such statements is unnecessary and should be in the form of a )uestion* not an ans&er( Symboli2ed:

meanin,: 3+s od loveD3 Any fact or fiction has no difficulty in findin, relatables as supportin, evidence because everythin, has a 3point of connection3 and a period of reality &hen instantly and simultaneous to time and place( Our difficulty is to re'evo%e 3as no&3: so &e accept semblance of 4i(e( ma%e' belief* reli,ion or faith5 as substitute of real belief 4&hich needs no other reality than its o&n: &hat you cannot conceive as yourself is yourself 4as another reality5( Abstract or concrete: if you su,,est a &ish to the thin, you desire of* in their o&n manner* there &ill be a response: So* if + as% my mind in an appropriate manner for a definition of 3consciousness3 + shall receive a true ans&er* althou,h + may not be able to translate it: semantics are either remiss or insufficient to render the se)uence of phono,raphs* but 4&ithout understandin,5 + &ould receive an emotional impact* li%e from a si,nificant passa,e of music 4of Bach or "o2art5 thus inspire a %ind of semantic renderin,( 4As true as possible(5 "a,ic: Belief con1ures the Will* becomes the coura,e* ta%in, its o&n moral or physical colour( 8esire see%s all essential affi.esthe only necessity is sincerity( +mportance lies in thin,s 3as no&3( Flesh e.ists to be e.ploited( +t is in all thin,s and all thin,s &ill be throu,h it( All emanations are throu,h the flesh and nothin, has reality for us &ithout it( The Soul is ever un%no&able because &e can only reali2e by finite form in Time'Space( So* &hatever you attribute to the inconceivable is your #,o* as conceived( The mind and its ,reat thou,ht'stream determines everythin, and permits all thin,s conceivable as possible( This thou,ht'stream refracts illations both from the Soul and from ourselves into our time'sense ima,es and symbols &hich inspire us from the inter'relatabilities* and our reactions form our future destiny of ,ood and evil &ith thou,ht the ne.us to all thin,s past and becomin,( Whether the ,ods created us or &e created them is of no import e.cept as an e.pedient( "a,ic is no& a )uasi'charlatanism see%in, victims: ma,icians have become copropha,ists havin, the most corrupt collection of ,leanin,s and remnants ever ,iven that name( Too lon, a,o its principles &ere lost* scattered or vul,ari2ed* the symbols losin, parallelism and truth( The doctrine lost pa,eantry* and the rituals became hapha2ardthe thin, itself &ithout inner meanin,( As no&* "a,ic adopts an erotic e,ocentricism as secret meanin,* hence there are no "a,icians &ith any simple thesis of the ,reat inner Truthonly a ra,'ba, remains of this 3&onder3 cult( But* one cannot dismiss modern ma,icians so easily( ;es and no* there is somethin, in most thin,s and little enou,h in much* if any( Ability to enact is the denominator of our Truth( All parasitical lon,in, see%s flesh to feed on((( &hether by ma,ic or other&ise( The deliberate transference of a desire by symbols and si,ils &ith their meanin,s to the subconsciousness* thus sublatin, them from the conscious* is a ma,ical act( +t &or%s on the thesis that the subconscious is 3all %no&in,* all memory3* and* bein, universal can 3tap3 any source of %no&led,e( The veriest moron* even* may have dreams as &onderful as those of a ,enius* &hatever their difference of level( 8reams are a 3mental conation3* unreco,ni2ed as perfect

artistry( They prove the creative po&er of the subconsciousness( Our o&n de,ree of ability as a 3personal e)uation3 derives from it* for* ,enius or not* all difficulties are of e%pressing ade)uately our o&n ethos of inherent ability( By this method of as%in,* and by the manner of its o&n sho&in, the subconsciousness &ill ,ive bac% all that is necessary for ac)uirin, conative po&ers( 8on3t run a&ay &ith the idea that you can do it first time* or so ride a &ild horse: reat belief is essential and it is 3built up3 by recollection and endeavour( A desire for a particular thin, appears as conscious re)uirement and* &hatever the difficulties* &ith sufficient determination you &ill obtain it: there is no apparent need for ma,ic( The premise is usually &ea% because of false values( Thus* ac)uirin, a boo% on sorcery does not ma%e one a ma,ician( The essential abstract re)uirement is aptitude( <ence all the occult boo%s in the &orld may ,ive you little %no&led,e* e.cept as a parrot* and* as more often happens* the ability to do less( The ac)uired boo% may help as evocative* so obtain it by all means/ by transference of the lar,er fundamental need for occult %no&led,e* subconscious mind &ill in its o&n &ay ,ive bac% all that is necessary to develop your conative ability( -+ am in and of all thin,s(((- to a lesser or ,reater de,ree* includin, my o&n bloc%headedness( All thou,hts* beliefs* actions are as mine* and this does not imply any e)uality* superiority or inferiority in my relationships( These levels are rendered different by other differences* for + have discovered the by'passin, of ,eneralitiesthe &ay of differentiation* not by revolt* submission* resi,nation* or any such chicanery or bar,ainin,* but by the efferent acceptance of all things. + have opened the pores of my bein, to breathe freely* and my stomach has no ,reed to possess of others( Reality* truth* life* are all around us and in us( One cannot escape life( To turn one3s bac% is merely to face it/ to close the eyesthe ima,e is retained/ the thou,ht* or somethin, more ominous* is ever present( Sleep has many depths and death is but a 3reparative becomin,3* for &e are of eternity in time( Therefore* be &illin, to pay in the ,ivin, and ta%in, &ithout ar,ument* and for him &ho cheats there is ultimate repayment* for &here the morality of e.chan,e ends* business &ould be,in( Sin* ho&ever dis,uised or le,ali2ed is sin a,ainst self as much as a,ainst others( Thus emanates our ,reat inferiority* the do&n'steppin, to the point at &hich the predator must repay and incarnate as(((Das he deserves( Why is the subconsciousness al&ays cryptically symbolic and mainly manifests in sleepD As usual* there is more than one ans&er: G5 Why do the stars only sho& at ni,htD And* 3hold your hand in front of your face and you cannot see the Sun3* i(e(* our foreconsciousness is mainly from outside and therefore precludes inner vision( H5 The subconsciousness discloses slo&ly and latently* because by our limitations &e can reali2e only so much at any 3one time3( I5 Any full disclosure and the &hole need and purpose of e.istence &ould be unnecessary( And there are other reasons( What &e observe from 3outside3 becomes memory* enters the subconsciousness and mer,es &ith other and older impressions( So* one function of the subconsciousness is to unify these superimposed impressions usin, the lan,ua,e of parallel symbolo,y and to represent them as simile* not as arbitrary confi,uration ?&ords ille,ible in ori,inal te.t@( There is no censor e.cept our o&n 3outside moral bias3( We do not understand such simple amoral lan,ua,e

(((&e ma%e our o&n filth( $othin, in the subconscious is any more indecent than anythin, else(

Whether our contacts are psychic or physical they are real* and fear or hope of them determines our &ay( With sufficient desire and belief reversion to anoBsis may be a means of transformin, our physical ener,y into psychic potency( Althou,h &e cannot %no& instantly or entirely the contents and processes of the subconsciousness* we can evoke it! and by that act in a measure control it as re)uired* for it &ill a,ain respond directly to our &ill( <o& soD <ere is the &or%able supposition: Truth is not essential to belief* as it al&ays contains sufficient for us to ma%e our truth* for if you believe a thin, or idea is true* then it &ill become as truth for you( Therefore* if &e deliberately attach belief to the meanin, &e ,ive to a si,n or symbol* then &hen &e )uestion that si,n in our o&n &ay* via the subconsciousness* it &ill ans&er truthfully( +llustration: )uite arbitrarily + predetermine that if + 3slip on the %erb3 it &ill mean 3this3 or 3that3 &ill happen* and it becomes so( Apart from such 3omens3 there are many other techni)ues for evo%in, my ,ood and evil( -What can + ,ive unto Thee* Thou all',iverD + am blind to Thy ,ifts and &ould rather steal from men( 7et my belief in Thee be an undistortin, matri. of my &ish in Thee* and so ,ive the basis of my ne& reality(#.periments in Occult 0henomena ivin, my e.periences* + do not assert that others &ill have the e)uivalent in their practice( Only &hen the mind is poised in correct 1u.taposition to the para'normal ob1ect is it receptive and able to substantiate( The )ualities necessary are mainly un%no&n* and any formula for such is ,uess' &or%( We all have some de,ree of aptitude in some direction* and this is the best ,uide( "any e.periences + cannot reproduce and in some cases even re'vision( These are the most impressive as if they had been deliberately blotted from my memory* only a va,ue impression remains( For many years + made every test + could apply to my e.periments: -What is unlivable is unbelievable/ truth shall be &ithin this limit-* &as my sprin,board( Telepathy + left alone as havin, been sufficiently proved by involuntaryJspontaneous evidence and by deliberate tests( "y e.periences at sKances &ere abortive( +f ,ivin, some evidence of survival* it &as of inferior parts of the 3self3 still automatically active but not intelli,ent( "essa,es &ere puerile and only of commonplaces already %no&n to memeanin, little e.cept that under certain conditions simple %no&n facts can be transmitted from en)uirer to medium and bac% a,ain( "y impression &as that many ?mediums@ had e.perienced phenomena but that they had no control over them* and in tryin, to relive ?the e.perience@ and to convince others they resorted to fraud( 0eople do survive death but not in the &ay they desire to believe( 9ontact &ould be as difficult as ?&ith a person a@sleep( "y first tests &ere &ith prediction/ these at least dealt &ith the future* &hich precluded fa%in,( "y ventures into Astrolo,y* 0almistry* etc(* proved their capabilities and their dra&bac%s( + found prediction by playin,'cards the most resilient and e.tendible* indeed* almost unlimited in scope and remar%ably accurate* and so it became my final choice and convinced me of its possibility for tellin, anyone3s future( $either natural aptitude nor much learnin, is necessary if &e be,in correctly( 0ro,nostication by

cards can be proved beyond )uestionand demonstrated under almost any conditions* &ith a person of ability* in its advanced forms( + set no limits &hatever( + believe it is possible to forecast the %ind of life after death and the nature of one3s fresh becomin,s( + have ,one to ,reat len,ths and could prove much more than mediums* clairvoyants or clairaudients( +n a lon, predetermined test &ith a friend 48esmond 9o%e5 + described un%no&n people in psychical and other detail of such nature as could only be %no&n to the persons concerned* in addition to future events relatin, to them( The en)uirer had no contact &ith me or the cards* an essential part of this test( Another test by a famous sur,eon &ho as%ed me to foretell by the cards &hat he &as thin%in, at a ,iven time: + &as &arned it &ould be somethin, unusual and difficult( +n a fe& minutes + ,ave him the correct ans&er( After&ards + sho&ed him ho& the 3oracle3 &or%ed* and he himself &as able to perform a similar feat( <e &as so impressed that he bou,ht my pac% of cards at my o&n price( This has happened more than once( On another occasion* + carried out a successful series of tests &ith cards at R( <( Benson3s house at Buc%in,ford( These included 3Rain ma%in,3 and the materialisation of a Traditional host( + mention these e.periments to sho& the capabilities of the medium( 39ards3 may also be used for formulatin, the &ill* castin, spells* mathematic numerolo,y and* &ith inventiveness* many other forms of demonstratin, the occult po&ers( + &as tau,ht )uite early by the ,reatest 3&itch3 of recent years(

9omplete Thesis and Ritual of "a,ical Transitivity 0RO0OS+T+O$A7: That man is a comple. of appetites see%in, satisfactionimperativeeither #copulatio or suppositio# 4or both5( That by certain arbitrary and deliberate acts he can synchroni2e desire and event 3as no&3* i(e(* as thou,h arbiter( That any desire* sufficiently dynamic* compressed into a sin,le &ish or belief 4as 3)uestion' re)uest35* if arabes)uely formulated* &ill fulfil its evolution e.pediently and return its conative possibility(

Transference from the conscious to the subconscious is automatic &hen ?the &ish is@ suppressed and sublated by symbols* si,ils or ,lyphs understood either personally or universally( "an is a ratio of his e.perience* but the subconsciousness is all'%no&in, 4limit un%no&n5( The mind ,rants limitless po&er 4&ill5* only measured a,ainst belief* and indifferent re: #$uo animo#. Familiarity breeds all thin,s* includin, ods* and >irus* the rare compathy or the commonplace: either &e are 3arrivists3 or recidivists( Anyone is capable of anythin, 4&ill plus belief is ability5 if they themselves create the opportune moment and incentive( <eaven ,ives no ,enius to disbelievers and no ven,eance &orse than the body denied( The terrain bet&een pure #,o 4mediator5 and e,o empirical 4conative5 is the formative* amal,amative and rationali2in, domain &hich reveals by symbols and metaphor only* and &hich ans&ers only by such presentation* i(e(* a problem* a crypto,raph and pictures)ue arabes)ues( <ence:

Such a )uestion is ans&ered at once 4as near as5( But &ritten as an absurd succession of corrupt semantics* thus: -What is truthD-* is never ans&ered( The ori,inal relation of shapes* sounds and meanin, is losttortuositiesambi,uously dissipatin,( Other factors are scattered in the te.t 4)(v(5 as ,iven( Althou,h only one desire is e.pressed 4$o( G* supra5* &ith little alteration it &ould fit many others( The chan,e is in the Wish* the Familiar employed* and appropriate ritual modifications( Three other alternatives are su,,ested* the four bein, classified: $o( G: 8esire for Truth e.pressed as a )uestion in &ord'symbols thus:

4-What is consciousnessD-5 si,illated thus:

$o( H: 8esire for 0leasure( Re)uest to reali2e +deal tactually: -+ desire a lar,e'bottomed &oman for social con,ress-( As &ord'symbols:

As si,il:

$o( I( 8esire for uni)ue e.perience e.pressed as: -+ desire intercourse &ith a vampire-( Word'symbols:

Si,il:

$o( L: Altruistic desire* as: -+ &ish the death of Stalin-( Word'Symbols thus:

4$(B( $ames al&ays ,iven as si,ils(5 Si,il:

Apart from the above* the rest is symbolic metaphor as an abstract ritual of the thesis* and here the use of spatial and e.pressive lan,ua,e is 1ustified and ,ives colour and verisimilitude( Onomatopoeic &ords should be used( The ritual opens &ith an ovation or hymn to +sischosen as presidin, deity 4for personal reasons* thou,h Thoth or Athene &ould have been more appropriate5( <ymn be,ins: -O3 lorious +sis* "other of men* let thy hand reach out and touch my travail(((-* etc(* all of &hich is e.pressed by si,ils 4they should be of one3s o&n composition5 follo&ed by the evocation of the familiar or elemental necessary: 4G5 to act as carrier and brin, en rapport sub1ect

and ob1ect* 4H5 to pierce the protective aura of the sub1ect* if necessary* 4I5 to assist the dynamic )ualities( The animal chosen should typify the )ualities necessary: Ti,er F stren,th* fierceness* etc(* or selected from one3s o&n Totem or from face value* i(e(* if you loo% li%e a horse or a sna%e* they are your nearest familiars( They are evo%ed by their secret name &hich should be inscribed on a strip of parchment* and burnt immediately after callin, their name( #.cept for the name* the evocation is e.pressed by &ord'symbols( The familiar chosen is <orus:

Or an O&l could be used( The operator3s stance is entirely 3e.ercite3* his ,nosis is &ithin the arcanum symboli2ed by a ,eometric form &ithout a parallel* issuin, from &hich is the correspondence bet&een all factors used 4as modus operandi5( Acts of simulation are essential: For $o( G* &ritin, the desire on a strip of parchment* enclosin, it in an envelope and burnin, or buryin, it is sufficientas symboli2in, transference( For $o( L* the tradition of ma%in, a &a. ima,e of the sub1ect and stabbin, same should be follo&ed/ it is essential that the operator simulates the pains that &ill be suffered by the victim( The 38eath 0osture3 4The Book of 'leasure )(v(5 is often depicted:

this symboli2es the positive ne,ation of everythin, e.cept the &ish desired( 0revious to the adventure* to%en sacrifices and abstinences should be made( Some &ill have difficulties of e.pression* bein, neither drau,htsmen* scholars or &riters: it is sufficient to do your best* ho&ever naMvely( The only potent ma,ic no& e.istent is Obeah* practised by i,norant* arrested natives* &ho %no& not &hat they do( But they have this virtuethey believe and perform sufficiently the remnants of a ,reat tradition reachin, bac% to the pure and pristine mind of man( Arbitrary Transference: illustration The techni)ue for materiali2in, our demands is simple for $ature embraces all those &ho see% individuation* as $ature herself see%s every differentiation: G5 Our desire 4for the thin,5 must be &hole'hearted and all else sacrificed to that end( H5 Our belief must be fi.ed and be(lived! at least 3as if3( I5 Our &ill 4nervous ener,y5 must be secret* and suppressed* to create tension and released only at the psycholo,ical moment( At that time ,a2e into* and beyond* the familiar vista 4from hill'top5* into The Aeon! the spaciousness beyond your meannesses* corners of reality* borro&ed precepts* do,mas and beliefs/ until you are in spacious unity( +ndra& your breath until your body )uivers and then ,ive a mi,hty suspiration* releasin, all your nervous ener,y

into the focal point of your &ish/ and as your ur,ent desire mer,es into the ever'present procreative sea you &ill feel a tremendous insur,e and self'transformation( The 8evil himself shall not prevent your 3&ill3 from materiali2in,( +n your prayers 4media5* remember: your Soul is your nearest* and the brin,er of all ,ood thin,s( ;our od is stone deaf(