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A Word by Word Translation of the Conjuration of IA ADU EN I

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Greetings Brothers and Sisters!

With my entrance into Urilia I notice that my attentions are shifting to different parts of the Book. It feels like a whole new chapter opens up to me as I seek to penetrate deeper into the mystical practices of the initiatory Tome of our Tradition. The silent whispering of my Watcher and the detailed research I engage in elevate me to higher levels of understanding, though I must admit that there are parts of the Work the meaning of which still eludes me.

I strive to understand every part of the tome and in doing so it cannot be denied that it is of the utmost importance to learn the meaning of the Sumerian phrases we are given in the Book. The regular readers will be aware that my research has already provided many translations and transliterations of the material we work with. Though I am the first one to admit that I am no scholar, nor was I taught the Semitic languages at a proper institution. I am just a solitary Magician who recognizes the value of the ancient language of the Antediluvian priests. It is the speech of our ancestors and pronouncing the guttural sounds of this magickal language brings me back to the sunbaked plains of the ancient city of Ur.

It brings me home…

Therefore we will examine an interesting conjuration which is, as far as I can tell, largely written in Sumerian. This conjuration can be found on page 108 and 109 of the Simon Necronomicon and it is called: “The Conjuration of IA ADU EN I”.

We will examine this conjuration word by word and we will give meaning to some of them, yet others will remain obscure until advanced research will unveil their true meaning.

Now let us begin!

  • IA IA IA!
  • (The Chart of Comparisons, on page xxxix of the Simon Necronomicon, tells us the following: “IA (JAH; EA; Lord of Waters), this would mean that we call trice on our Father in this particular phrase”)
  • ADU EN I BA NINIB
  • (ADU EN IA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 6, tells us the following: “The Lady Atueni or Iddueni, defined as “The Lady Queen-Seer Woman” and “Lady of the Magic Jar or Bowl,” and “of the Bronze Vessel.”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (NINIB – The Simon Necronomicon, page 32, tells us the following: “The God of Saturn is NINIB called ADAR, the Lord of Hunters and of Strength”)
  • NINIB BA FIRIK
  • (NINIB – The Simon Necronomicon, page 32, tells us the following: “The God of Saturn is NINIB called ADAR, the Lord of Hunters and of Strength”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (FIRIK A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 78, tells us the following: “(An-), Lady (or Lord), Firiq or Piriq; and Firiq-gi (Gal-or Gulu-), “The Maid Lady Firiq,” defined as “The bearer of the (Magic) Drinking or Wine Jug or Bowl”. Two male Firiqs or Piriqs are also recorded with the titles of “Lord (or god) Firiq” of the lightning flash and The prince of the Gid or Caduceus” )
  • FIRIK BA PIRIK
  • (FIRIKA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 78, tells us the following: “(An-), Lady (or Lord), Firiq or Piriq; and Firiq-gi (Gal- or Gulu-), “The Maid Lady Firiq,” defined as “The bearer of the (Magic) Drinking or Wine Jug or Bowl”. Two male Firiqs or Piriqs are also recorded with the titles of “Lord (or god) Firiq” of the lightning flash and The prince of the Gid or Caduceus” )
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (PIRIK A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 78, tells us the following: “(An-), Lady (or Lord), Firiq or Piriq; and Firiq-gi (Gal- or Gulu-), “The Maid Lady Firiq,” defined as “The bearer of the (Magic) Drinking or Wine Jug or Bowl”. Two male Firiqs or Piriqs are also recorded with the titles of “Lord (or god) Firiq” of the lightning flash and The prince of the Gid or Caduceus” )
  • PIRIK BA AGGA BA ES
  • (PIRIKA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 78, tells us the following: “(An-), Lady (or Lord), Firiq or Piriq; and Firiq-gi (Gal- or Gulu-), “The Maid Lady Firiq,” defined as “The bearer of the (Magic) Drinking or Wine Jug or Bowl”. Two male Firiqs or Piriqs are also recorded with the titles of “Lord (or god) Firiq” of the lightning flash and The prince of the Gid or Caduceus” )
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (AGGA – A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 7, tells us the following: Spirits (? Fiery) of the Deep, Evil Spirits”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (ES – A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • AGGA BA ES BA AKKA BAR!
  • (AGGAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 7, tells us the following: “Spirits (? Fiery) of the Deep, Evil Spirits”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (AKKA A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 6, tells us the following:“AKA, Flame, fire, anger”)
  • (BARA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 29, tells us the following: “Barrier, fence, a bridge, side, enclosure, boundary”)
  • AKKA BAR BA AKKA BA ES
  • (AKKAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 6, tells us the following: “AKA, Flame, fire, anger”)
  • (BARA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 29, tells us the following: “Barrier, fence, a bridge, side, enclosure, boundary”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (AKKAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 9, tells us the following: “AKA, Augury, revelation, omen, divine command”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • AKKA BA ES BA AKKA BAR
  • (AKKAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 9, tells us the following: “AKA, Augury, revelation, omen, divine command”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (AKKAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 6, tells us the following: “AKA, Flame, fire, anger”)
  • (BARA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 29, tells us the following: “Barrier, fence, a bridge, side, enclosure, boundary”)
  • AKKA BAR BA AGGA BA ES
  • (AKKA A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 6, tells us the following: “AKA, Flame, fire, anger”)
  • (BARA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 29, tells us the following: “Barrier, fence, a bridge, side, enclosure, boundary”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (AGGAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 7, tells us the following: “Spirits (? Fiery) of the Deep, Evil Spirits”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • AGGA BA ES BA PIRIK
  • (AGGAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 7, tells us the following: “Spirits (? Fiery) of the Deep, Evil Spirits”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (PIRIKA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 78, tells us the following: “(An-), Lady (or Lord), Firiq or Piriq; and Firiq-gi (Gal- or Gulu-), “The Maid Lady Firiq,” defined as “The bearer of the (Magic) Drinking or Wine Jug or Bowl”. Two male Firiqs or Piriqs are also recorded with the titles of “Lord (or god) Firiq” of the lightning flash and The prince of the Gid or Caduceus” )
  • PIRIK BA FIRIK
  • (PIRIKA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 78, tells us the following: “(An-), Lady (or Lord), Firiq or Piriq; and Firiq-gi (Gal- or Gulu-), “The Maid Lady Firiq,” defined as “The bearer of the (Magic) Drinking or Wine Jug or Bowl”. Two male Firiqs or Piriqs are also recorded with the titles of “Lord (or god) Firiq” of the lightning flash and The prince of the Gid or Caduceus” )
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (FIRIKA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 78, tells us the following: “(An-), Lady (or Lord), Firiq or Piriq; and Firiq-gi (Gal- or Gulu-), “The Maid Lady Firiq,” defined as “The bearer of the (Magic) Drinking or Wine Jug or Bowl”. Two male Firiqs or Piriqs are also recorded with the titles of “Lord (or god) Firiq” of the lightning flash and The prince of the Gid or Caduceus” )
  • FIRIK BA NINIB
  • (FIRIKA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 78, tells us the following: “(An-), Lady (or Lord), Firiq or Piriq; and Firiq-gi (Gal- or Gulu-), “The Maid Lady Firiq,” defined as “The bearer of the (Magic) Drinking or Wine Jug or Bowl”. Two male Firiqs or Piriqs are also recorded with the titles of “Lord (or god) Firiq” of the lightning flash and The prince of the Gid or Caduceus” )
  • (BA A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (NINIB – The Simon Necronomicon, page 32, tells us the following: “The God of Saturn is NINIB called ADAR, the Lord of Hunters and of Strength”)
  • NINIB BA ADU EN I
  • (NINIB – The Simon Necronomicon, page 32, tells us the following: “The God of Saturn is NINIB called ADAR, the Lord of Hunters and of Strength”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (ADU EN IA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 6, tells us the following: “The Lady Atueni or Iddueni, defined as “The Lady Queen-Seer Woman” and “Lady of the Magic Jar or Bowl,” and “of the Bronze Vessel.”)
  • IAIAIAIA!
  • (The Chart of Comparisons, on page xxxix of the Simon Necronomicon, tells us the following: “IA (JAH; EA; Lord of Waters), this would mean that we call four times on our Father in this particular phrase”)
  • KUR BUR IA!
  • (KUR Gods, Demons, and Symbols of Ancient Mesopotamia, page 114, tells us the following: “The word kur in Sumerian has two separate meanings. One of these is ‘mountain’ or, more generally, the ‘mountains.’ The second meaning of kur (which may be in origin a completely different word, a cognate of Ki, ‘earth’) is ‘earth, ground’, and in particular kur is one of the names for the world under the ground we live on: the underworld or abode of the dead.”)
  • (BUR IA A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 43, tells us the following: “BUR-IA, Title of Bel or Ia (Jah) or Induru”)
  • EDIN BA EGA
  • (EDINA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 69, tells us the following: “Lofty temple, house, high place”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • EGA A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 69, tells us the following: “Dark or Black water (A-gi),high tide, flood-water”)
  • ERIM BA EGURA
  • (ERIM A Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 73, tells us the following: “Enemy and the Sea as Chaos – the original enemy in the Babylonian cosmology”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • EGURAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 69, tells us the following: “Dark or Black water (A-gi), high tide, flood-water”)
  • E! E! E!
  • (EA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 68, tells us the following: “Rise, go out, go forth, of the Sun – the Dawn in the East”)
  • IA IA IA!
  • (The Chart of Comparisons, on page xxxix of the Simon Necronomicon, tells us the following: “IA (JAH; EA; Lord of Waters), this would mean that we call trice on our Father in this particular phrase”)
  • EKHI IAK SAKKAK
  • (EKHIA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 76, tells us the following: “Exit, going out or forth, product, offshoot, offspring”)
  • (IAK SAKKAKThe Atlantean Necronomicon Deluxe Edition, page 185, tells us the following: “The Book of 50 Names describes IAK SAKKAK as the “Guardian of the Other Side,” or what we refer to as Universe B”)
  • EKHI AZAG-THOTH
  • (EKHIA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 76, tells us the following: “Exit, going out or forth, product, offshoot, offspring”)
  • (AZAG-THOTH – The Simon Necronomicon, page xix andxx, tells us the following: “AZATOT is frequently mentioned in the grim pages of the Cthulhu Mythos, and appears in the NECRONOMICON as AZAG-THOTH, a combination of two words, the first Sumerian and the second Coptic, which gives us a clue as to Its identity. AZAG in Sumerian means “Enchanter” or “Magician”; THOTH in Coptic is the name given to the Egyptian God of Magick and Wisdom, TAHUTI, who was evoked by both the Golden Dawn and by Crowley himself (and known to the Greeks as Hermes, from whence we get “Hermetic”). AZAG-THOTH is, therefore, a Lord of Magicians, but of the “Black” magicians, or the sorcerers of the “Other Side”)
  • EKHI ASARU
  • (EKHIA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 76, tells us the following: “Exit, going out or forth, product, offshoot, offspring”)
  • (ASARUA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 20, tells us the following: “(As-), Lord or God, Asaru as “The Eye of the Throne” – a title of the supreme god”)
  • EKHI CUTHALU
  • (EKHIA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 76, tells us the following: “Exit, going out or forth, product, offshoot, offspring”)
  • (CUTHALU The Atlantean Necronomicon Deluxe Edition, page 177, tells us the following: “The title Lord of the Abyss translated into Sumerian is “KUTULU.” Kutu means “Underworld” or “Abyss” and Lu is Sumerian for “Lord” or “Person of importance”, the word “Cuthalu” is just a variation on the word “Kutulu”)
  • IA! IA! IA!
  • (The Chart of Comparisons, on page xxxix of the Simon Necronomicon, tells us the following: “IA (JAH; EA; Lord of Waters), this would mean that we call trice on our Father in this particular phrase”)

This concludes our translation of the Conjuration of IA ADU EN I.

Now let us take a look at the English translation as a whole.

  • ENKI! ENKI! ENKI!
  • ADUENI and NINIB!
  • NINIB and FIRIK!
  • FIRIK and PIRIK
  • PIRIK and the Fiery Spirits of the Deep and a Temple!
  • Fiery Spirits of the Deep and a Temple and a Flaming Barrier!
  • A Flaming Barrier and a Divine Command and a Temple!
  • A Divine Command and a Temple and a Flaming Barrier!
  • A Flaming Barrier and Fiery Spirits of the Deep and a Temple!
  • Fiery Spirits of the Deep and a Temple and PIRIK!
  • PIRIK and FIRIK!
  • FIRIK and NINIB!
  • NINIB and ADUENI!
  • ENKI! ENKI! ENKI! ENKI!
  • ??? (This line forms some sort of title, but unfortunately the true meaning eludes me)
  • The Lofty Temple and the Dark Waters!
  • The Enemy and the Dark Waters!
  • Rise! Go out! Go forth!
  • ENKI! ENKI! ENKI!
  • IAK SAKKAK, go forth!
  • AZAG-THOTH, go forth!
  • Eye on the Throne, go forth!
  • KUTULU, go forth!
  • ENKI! ENKI! ENKI!

Although we were able to translate the entire conjuration I cannot promise that it is without fault. Therefore we would greatly appreciate any feedback on this matter, whether it is positive or negative. If you feel that you could make a worthy contribution to  undertakings such as this one then please let us know and we might publish your work!

To complete this translation I made use of the following sources:

  • – Necronomicon by Simon
  • – The Atlantean Necronomicon Deluxe Edition by Warlock Asylum
  • – A Sumer Aryan Dictionary by L. Austine Waddell
  • – Gods, Demons, and Symbols of Ancient Mesopotamia by Jeremy Black and Anthony Green

Nightcaller. 

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9 replies »

  1. Thank you very much! I must admit that I was very pleased with this accomplishment and having discovered the meaning of the conjuration we are allowed to gain a better understanding of what one conjures up!

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  2. I believe the missing line in English would be something like “Mountain of ENLIL” as ENLIL becomes BEL in the Babylonian epics if memory serves. Excellent work once again, Brother!

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  3. This is great Dumu Abzu-a, yesterday I was wondering about this conjuration while I had my hand copy nec and today searching about another topic over here I stumbled on this which brings me to an important question, well… Important to me, is there an index by date in papers in the attic? it would be easier for the new comer to just read them all since the first post upwards to the latest.

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  4. !0/10 for the effort THIS WEBSITE IS A MUST CHECK for Gate-Walkers and Sumerian magick practitioners.

    this is my page:

    https://www.facebook.com/TheCrookedPath/

    I hope its ok, I’ll be sharing your works!
    I have some Understanding with hebrew and sumerian seems to have some similarities in the sense that they use one word for several meanings.

    KUR BUR IA

    They connected the Deities with their representations as KUR and KI god of earth and IA or Ea with rivers and water, so I guess its like saying earth and water or also different aspects of earth since Ea is related to fertility

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  5. Excellent article Warlock! Do you have any corroboration on the pronunciations? I have been guided in pronounciation and inflection as I’ve been working with the Fifty Names and I’ve found it very inspiring and bringing me more intimately in tune with the working and the meditation as a result.

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  6. Actually, I am the author of this article. I am one of the moderators of this page and a close associate of Warlock Asylum. The Necronomicon itself will give you some advice on pronunciation. Thank you for your comment. I hope these posts are helpful to you.

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