Kabbalah

Discovering Virtue On The Left-Hand Path

Greetings!

Over the past several years I have met many people who are interested in the practices and workings of the Necronomicon Tradition. Some people of these people were interested in acquiring a certain status in life. Others wanted to achieve great “magical power.” However, I have come across the intelligent few who desired to work with the tome, to find some answers about what life’s purpose really is.

The idea of aqcuiring spiritual merit through the Qliphotic Tradition is  as an ancient idea. Magic in the Middle Ages by Richard Kieckhefer-page 168, states:

“Like manuals of orthodox exorcism, the books of necromancy insist on ascetic preparation and ritual purity (if not moral integrity) as prerequisites for commanding the demons.”

Some of the problems that many people who work with the “dark arts” encounter is largely due to their lack of purity and virtue. We have discussed many times that the qliphotic forces that permeate through the Necronomicon Tradition are, for the most pat, primordial., and this is what many so-called LHP practitioners fail to understand. The problem even worsens since many of these work in the so-called “chaotic magic,” which is based solely on theory. The basis of the qliphotic world is formed around entities and energies in nature and the heavens, so it is in nature that we gain an understanding of the how to work the dark path.

When we turn to the world of nature, we soon discover that it is a world that has many worlds. One of these worlds is he animal kingdom. Animals are probably one of the best examples of what it means to ‘fight for survival.” Animals are unique in how they acquire what they need to survive.. Yet animals display a certain stillness and purity, as they only engage in certain emotions based on environmental changes. Even in the Urilia Text , We find many deities depicted with animistic features, such as Pazzuzu.When the Initiate engages these energies, it is important that one is of an emotional  pure disposition. It is here that we see the error in so-called “chaos magic” as there is no moral emotional preparation, which results in a misappropriate outcome. In order to effectively engaged in he use of qliphotic energies the Initiate must recognize that discipline is essential. The Initiate must hold the image of the intended result and send this vision out emotionally. This takes discipline. yet we find many LPHers parading around as if the can engage in any sort of conduct and think that there exists no retribution.

The Mad Arabs asserts that we are to remember the gods in every empty moment. This means that we should replace habits of worry with opportunities to master our work. in this process we have no time to engage in vice. This is one aspect of how we can honor rites of purity effortlessly.

Another aspect of wisdom can be gained when we look into the world of plants and trees. Scientific experiments have now confirm hat plants catch a negative reaction, not from cigarette smoke, but from the human thought of smoking. It is here that the Initiate learns that the mental stillness developed  through purging the animal urges we are now able to perceive the thoughts of others, as we have mastered the desire body that influences our mental thoughts within ourselves and are able to see this process in others. we find that Ningizzida means “lord of the good tree.” Plant life is able to harness the kundalini force.

The insect kingdom is probably the epitome and personification of the Qliphotic Tradition, as these creature show a a perfect example of pressing your “will” upon reality with definite results. insects are able to move through any environment and remain focused on their path. They are also able to merge their emotional energy with intent, which gives them a great mount of strength. Insects display emotional outbursts by effectively acting in the moment with the thought of survival. Humans tend to ineffectively use this opportunity on worry.

If you are interested in the Necronomicon Tradition and do not have the time to work on your sense of virtue, you will get burned. Increasing ones awareness while engaging in vice, will only elevate vice. The Mad Arab said:

“And a man may cry out, what have I don’t, and my generation that such evil shall befall me? And it mean nothing, save that a man, being born, is of sadness, for he is of the Blood of the Ancient Ones, but has the Spirit of the Elder Gods breathed into him. And his body goes to the Ancient Ones, but his mind is turned towards the Elder Gods, and this is the War which shall be always fought, unto the last generation of man; for the World is unnatural. When the Great KUTULU rises up and greets the Stars, then the War will be over, and the World be One.”

Stay Blessed

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  1. Definitely food for thought, Brother! I’ve been thinking on the interactions of insects & viruses as well as plants & how they interact with their environment in relation to immortality. It would seems that through the initiation process, we begin to align more & more with “virtue” in a way similar to the animal, plant, & insect kingdoms as the process refines our beings by helping us to strip away the inessentials that we have built around ourselves via our slavery to the conscious mind.

    Very much like we were talking about the other night, this detritus we build up over our lives is like the coffin that encases the vampire, or the base the encases the profound. Once we strip away our false conditioned “human” habits of thought, we become more in tune with the natural cycles of the world & the universe, & this becomes reflected in our thoughts & actions. The early discipline & practice of this before its advent in our being through the initiatory process only making this shift easier & more profound.

    Thank you for the inspiration, Brother!

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  2. Greetings,
    Are you implying that the Necronomicon is a book of necromancy? I’ve never seen it as such, except maybe for a passage or two (“May the dead rise and smell the incense” is one reference, yet I doubt it is literal, like most of the book). Or are you only saying that necromancy is part of the Qliphotic Tradition?

    Sortilèges

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  3. I am saying that necromancy is part of the Qliphotic Tradition. As far as the Necronomicon being a book of necromancy, in part yes. Necromancy played a big part in the Chaldean Tradition, but it was a part of a whole spiritual system, not separated system in itself as westerners often think.

    stay blessed

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