Saturday, June 9, 2018

Are Occultism and Magick Bad? Productive?

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Magick

by Jude Chi

Today a Facebook acquaintance friend posed me with a multi-level question, that went something like this--"You do magick? Occult magick? Isn't that bad? Can you manifest things, love, or money for example? What can you tell me about dark, occult energies?" And as such questions are often asked, I wrote this post as a response:

I do magick, yes, but don't like dealing with love. I'll go so far as doing a spell that will draw a non-specific love partner. More people need to realize that even if one draws the ideal partner, that relationship will only be healthy if both partners behave in an ideal way...meaning that an ideal partner cannot carry the relationship for a partner who's not doing their part. And I absolutely do not do spells that draw a specific partner, because it outrightly contravenes free will. In black magick I don't mind contravening free will if it seems logical to do so, as even cutting someone off in traffic or causing someone blockage by making a decision that does not serve them contravenes free will, and we are circumstantially required to do such things all the time. But as it turns out, those that want to force a specific person to be with them, tend to be the ones that had the chance and blew it, and will not simply move on with the lesson. If one person does not want that, it should not be.

Yes, I do all kinds of occult magick. You ask if it is bad. Bad is a strange word in my opinion, because it assumes that to do a certain thing is not good, and that all that is not labeled bad, is good (and vice versa). These concepts, in our society, seem logical. They are not though. Once a person begins in magick they see more and more of this kind of insight.

There is no good, no bad, no right, no wrong. There are only things we do and think that have frequency vibrations. And when we think and do what we do, we draw to us what's in line with that. Furthermore, when we work with light forces, we are most comfortable in the light. When we work with dark forces, we are more comfortable in the dark. Walking between worlds, we are home everywhere.

This does not mean to say that one can ideally and should do exactly as they please. It means that to abide by one's true will--the will they have that directly aligns with their higher purpose--is the best they could be doing. It does not make them Teflon, but it will provide them with a rich, life experience. No one is immune to the lessons of the universe, no matter how they think or act, no matter what they believe. Pretending to be all light and love is a false jacket, and it too cannot make anyone Teflon. No one is truly all love and light, it cannot be. Where there is up there is down, east, west, truth, lies, light, dark, in, out. There is no end, this is true logic.

Occultism and magick are not bad, that I can guarantee you. However, if one harbors feelings that they might be, then they should not partake. Magick, whether light or dark, is the art of enabling and assisting your life to unfold as you'd want it to. Nothing bad going on. Occultism is much about learning to work with daemons and powerful energies, and also Qabalah, Qlipphoth and so on, and much of what's considered "darker." Now imagine darker to mean more like how an electrician works with both positive and negative energies, and cannot sensibly work with either alone. It is the same for us in this sense, but we have purposely been disempowered with false beliefs.

As it turns out, some of the most powerful energies are darker ones--but as logic would have it, it probably just seems that way--because the Qabalah shows us that light and dark are of the same level of power. The  fact that it seems there is more power available to us when we access the dark, is due to the fact that we have in essence tapped into the power society has shut us off from, as light alone is a weak source.

One more thing that's in line with what you are asking, is that there is a thing called Universal Justice; and with Universal Justice one can tweak the outcome of what people mistakenly call karma, to some degree. There is no karma, but the universe responds to us with the energy we put out, and we can adjust that frequency.

skulls, magick
Skulls, symbolic of communication within magick

Even when we take an action that absolutely does not serve us, there is no guarantee that we will draw any certain type of result, so there's a randomness involved. Still, ideally speaking, when doing black magick one should do something to offset certain actions. In other words, the person that is willing to engage in black magick, better have a good heart and had better be doing it for the right reasons, and should be discriminating in the work they take on. For example, if someone comes to them and says that so and so hurt me and I want them to suffer... the story of why should be heard and assessed, and if necessary, meditated on. The type of action taken to show the intended a lesson should also deeply be considered, such as, does it affect those around them? Is it one iota more than is necessary? And so on.

All said and done, when it comes to black magick these are not light actions to take, but still can be offset if deemed necessary. An example of offsetting is to do what some call "making a sacrifice." Don't get alarmed with the term... there's nothing sinister going on. You think of something good that is not within your realm of comfort, and before you engage in that magickal act, you make a decree to the universe to do it. That is a sacrifice. It may be that you know an old man or woman that is unwell, and will bake a pie and take friends over to visit. Whatever, anything that's outside of your realm of comfort. And one needs to actually do it of course.

I do not suggest for a moment, that each practitioner of magick engages in black magick. I believe that there are in all likelihood far more that do not. There are many magicians that do not believe that we can justify darker actions--that they can under any circumstance be in line with our higher will. I do not wish to examine the beliefs of others so much, as I do not want my own scrutinized either. So I'll leave it at that.

Lastly I'm left with the one unanswered segment of the question. Yes we can manifest things, and I often have. But manifestation does not always occur within an ideal timeframe, as time is not real but on this plane, and magick spans into other planes. You can for example, do a spell to manifest money, and it may work quickly; or perhaps you have beliefs that block you to money that are very strong, and as well you may engage in behavior that further provides blockage. In instances such as the second, instead of magickally manifesting money, what spellwork will achieve is for the individual concerned to open their eyes to learn a new way--to journey towards efficiently manifesting.

As it often goes, one can take a lifetime to learn to pose themselves with given challenges, and the road to recovery can potentially be long. The best solution in this case, is to keep up with applying magick in new and innovative ways, and to meditate, meditate, meditate! As well, one thing that many that face these blockages significantly, do not do, is place their focus more externally. If you are not receiving, it near goes without saying you may need to give more generously--this too is magick, as it is an act that causes change in conformity with will.

I am glad  you asked this question, as it has provided me opportunity to answer some questions I am often posed with. Thank you.


Do what thou wilt;
93/93
Jude

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Sunday, June 3, 2018

I'll be Adding Servitors to my Store Soon


Example, female servitor
A servitor can be created with virtually any appearance

An Overview on Servitors, Sentient or Not


by Jude Chi

As most of you likely know, I am a spirit conjurer. It's an occupation that I have long maintained an enthusiasm for. There are many processes that directly relate to it--including other types of magick, inclusive of demonolatry (daemonolatry); crafting tools, sigil making, and my specific melange of faith that's based upon Thelema--Thelema/Luciferianism/Satanism. One aspect of the metaphysical arts that I quite enjoy, is servitor creation. It takes a lot of focus and diligent work to create a sentient energy being; but the reward is immense.

These days I have noticed that there's a big demand for servitors, and my intent is to add an array of them to my store. As it is a lot of work to do the writeups for their listings, I will do some pre-created ones, but many listings will be templates that servitors can quickly and easily be created from; and the traits and powers listed can be adjusted to suit the keeper.

Perhaps for those of you out there that don't know what servitors are, I should give an synoptic overview of a description. Keep in mind that this is my impression of what they are, and another servitor creator would describe them differently.

Example, dark energy servitor
A darker flavor of servitor

What is a Servitor?


A servitor is a pure energy construct. But more specifically, it is a thoughtform energy construct, and can be created as a sentient energy being. So to clarify, you can make one as a tool that is not sentient, or you can make one programmed to be a certain way--to take on a certain persona, that is sentient. A sentient servitor can be created to look virtually any which way, and even can be created as a type of golem. Servitor constructs, of course are intangible, and are made entirely by the thought process--meaning that thought must be focused in a certain way over a period of time, to create one.

As well there are some in between, that have some degree of intelligence, but that are not sentient to a degree where they can interact like we do with other humans, spirits, and certain types of entities and immortals. These in between ones are ideal to use as protection devices, where a certain degree of intellect is necessary for them to make choices and take action; this quality makes them other than a mere tool. Beyond for protection, the middle level ones that I choose to call Servi (plural of Servus), are suitable for those that do not wish to invest much time in interacting with their servitors--for clients that want them made and simply want to leave them run and do their thing. My sentient level ones, by the way, are called Maximi (plural of Maximus), and the tools, or construct ones are called, and how about that--Constructs.

Servitors are only perceptible to those with awareness. Some will see them well, others will see them at times, others will only see them upon meditation or deep focus. For those with less than an ideal amount of awareness, there are exercises that a person can do to increase their ability to see servitors. To those with awareness, servitors tend to be easier to perceive than what spirits and entities are.

An example, what a male servitor could be created to look like

These tools and constructs can be created to serve any purpose, limited only by the client's imagination. Though I enforce few caveats, I do suggest that people use their common sense in assessing what servitors can likely do and within what time frames their works can be achieved. As well, the sentient ones are beings of free will. This means that even though they are programmed to be this or that, they can choose not to be that--they can use their free will to change, in a way similar to what humans do. Also, they like humans are best left to live by their free will. However, given the nature of how they standardly are, they tend to stay much as programmed. There are a myriad of powers they can be programmed to have, including to be experts with weaponry, or to be expert in a certain area of knowledge, or to do reiki healing--let  your imagination run wild.

Imagine, you can have one created as a pet; let's say you want a small, winged zebra as a companion... that's possible--that when it flies you see a twinkle of glitter around it, that's possible too. An ordinary horse? That's possible, or even one with special powers. A servitor based upon a gnome or a fairy archetype, or... or what?  Maybe you'd like to have a servitor lover, which is possible as well. A guardian, protector, a teacher (that pulls wisdom from Akashic records), or advisor; the list goes on and on. And these tools and beings can be programmed to produce certain types of energies that influence you in specific ways. To draw money, or to assist you to find more resources in a certain area; to be more clear minded, or to sharpen your intellect, speaking skills, or interpersonal skills; and so on and so forth. They aren't miracle workers, but they can assist you to get to a place where you can work with the best of what you have. These examples are just a few, from a limitless amount.

All requests made to me concerning conjures and magick, will be kept absolutely confidential.

If you are interested in servitors, keep your eye on my shop--Metaphysicality Inc store, connect with me on Facebook and message me, or inbox me through my FB business page. Alternatively you can reach out to me via my contact page on this blog.


UPDATE: I am still conjuring, but have closed my store. If you are interested in conjures, message me via Facebook for information.

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