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DESCRIPTION OF CIRCLE:
"The Circle is an old boundary which was used back from the eldest days of Magical practice, specifically the Babylonian-Sumerian Zisurru, which is the circle drawn in flour. The flour itself is known as qemu, such aspects of primal sorcery have survived to the present age in various cultures, in Voudon practices and even Thelemic Magick, Sabbatic and Luciferian Witchcraft.
The Flour Circle is not by any means a must, one may create an Ouroboros – Levianthanic Boundary which is symbolic of the Self Encircled, that fascination and self-enchantment leads to the Gates of the Infernal and Celestial Peaks of Magick Light, the awakening of ones Will and divinity. The Circle should be understood as the essence of the Self, that it is the bridge between the waking and dreaming, between the celestial and infernal, the fiery essence of the Azazel.
The Circle in this Goetia and within the Luciferian Path is not meant to keep something OUT, rather it is a symbol of the Will and Discipline of the Self to stay focused.
EXPLANATION OF NAMES IN HEBREW:
North – Belial, West- Leviathan, South-Rahab, East-Mastema
CENTER: Samael, Lilith (Black Adept performs ritual within, Samael and Lilith in union beget the Baphomet, Chioa the Beast as the symbol of the Luciferian).
Regarding the Goetic triangle of evocation, a distinction should be presented. The Three Points of the triangle refers to the Three Aspects of Hekate, being a meeting place of spirits often symbolized as the Crossroads. The historical triangle in Ceremonial Magic is the materializing point of the Daimon. The triangle contains in the center a circle; this is the summoning point of which Solomon was said to bind such spirits. The inside of the triangle contains the name AZAZEL, being a significant change from the traditional MICHAEL. The purpose of this is to have the circle blessed with the deific power of Azazel, who is also more commonly recognized as Lucifer. As the Sorcerer of the Left Hand Path seeks communion and a form of Antinomianian self-deification, an association of self with Azazel is thus made, a formal confirmation of the dedication of the path. It is by this self-deification that the Daimon is controlled within the circle by the focused Will of the magician, rather than a ‘holy’ force. This is a psychological approach in which the sorcerer fully relies on the Will to control the ritual, thus adding a real sense of danger to the rite. " -From ADVERSARIAL LIGHT by Michael W. Ford
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