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Dumu Abzu-a’s Library – A Variation on the Conjuration of IA ADU EN I – Or a conjuration of the Preparing of the Temple

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Dear Brothers and Sisters,

In this post I would like to expand on my previous article, the translation of the Conjuration of IA ADU EN I. While I have great respect for Simon and his accomplishments I can’t help but feel that some parts of the Book could have been elevated to much higher levels of complexity and power.  But like the mad Arab states in the Tome: “Take what is there, and discover the rest!” Therefore I will make an attempt at upgrading this great mystical conjuration while still retaining the essence of the purpose it was constructed for, thereby still drawing on the power of the original thoughtform, but altered in such a manner as to give it some extra kick.

  • A AD IA A AKHA AD A IA ESI ABZU-A
  • (“A is an interjection meaning: “Ah!, or O!”Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“AD” means: “Father, also Mother.”Page 5, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (The Chart of Comparisons, on page xxxix of the Simon Necronomicon, tells us the following: “IA (JAH; EA; Lord of Waters)
  • (“A” is an interjection meaning: “Ah!, or O!”Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“AKHA” means: “War, mighty, kill, or fight.Plate 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary)
  • (“AD” means: “Father, also Mother.”Page 5, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“A” is an interjection meaning: “Ah!, or O!”Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (The Chart of Comparisons, on page xxxix of the Simon Necronomicon, tells us the following: “IA (JAH; EA; Lord of Waters)
  • (“ESI” means: “Highness, lord, or King.”Plate 3, of: “A Sumer aryan Dictionary”)
  • (ABZU means: “Deep, the ocean, the sea – Abyss.” – Page 5, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (The “A” that is attached to the word “ABZU” is an intensive, augment, or abstract prefix to verbs and other roots, thus meaning: “Of” in this phrase.)
  • A AKA A ADU EN I BA NINIB
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and she – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“AKA” means: “Cry, howl, lament, be exited, or Ache.” – Page 8, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by.” Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • A AKA A NINIB BA FIRIK
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
    (“AKA” means: “Cry, howl, lament, be exited, or Ache.”Page 8, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
    (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by.Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • (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” )
  • A AKA A FIRIK BA PIRIK
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
    (“AKA” means: “Cry, howl, lament, be exited, or Ache.”Page 8, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
    (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by. – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • (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” )
  • ES A AB BA AGGA A GIN
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (AB means: “Operate, work, do, make, construct, build, erect.” – Page 4, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and she Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (GIN means: “Reed, or command.” – Plate 3, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • A AGGA A GIN ES A AKKA BAR A AB
  • (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by. – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (AGGAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 7, tells us the following: “Spirits (? Fiery) of the Deep, Evil Spirits”)
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (GIN means: “Reed, or command.”Plate 3, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, by, from – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (AB means: “Operate, work, do, make, construct, build, erect.”Page 4, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • A AKA AKKA BAR A AB
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, byfromPage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (AKKAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 9, tells us the following: “AKA, Augury, revelation, omen, divine command”)
  • (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”)
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (AB means: “Operate, work, do, make, construct, build, erect.”Page 4, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • A AKA ES A AKKA BAR A AB
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, by. – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (AKKAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 9, tells us the following: “AKA, Augury, revelation, omen, divine command”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, byfromPage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and she – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (AB means: “Operate, work, do, make, construct, build, erect.”Page 4, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • A ES A AKKA BAR A GIN AGGA
  • (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by. – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, byfromPage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (GIN means: “Reed, or command.”Plate 3, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (AGGAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 7, tells us the following: “Spirits (? Fiery) of the Deep, Evil Spirits”)
  • AGGA A GIN A ES A AKA A PIRIK
  • (AGGAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 7, tells us the following: “Spirits (? Fiery) of the Deep, Evil Spirits”)
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (GIN means: “Reed, or command.”Plate 3, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by.Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, byfromPage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“AKA” means: “Cry, howl, lament, be exited, or Ache.” – Page 8, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by. – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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” )
  • A AKA A FIRIK BA PIRIK
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“AKA” means: “Cry, howl, lament, be exited, or Ache.”Page 8, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by.Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • (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” )
  • A AKA A FIRIK BA NINIB
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“AKA” means: “Cry, howl, lament, be exited, or Ache.”Page 8, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by. – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • (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”)
  • A AKA A NINIB BA ADU EN I
  • (“A” is a first personal pronoun I; also Thou, he, and shePage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“AKA” means: “Cry, howl, lament, be exited, or Ache.”Page 8, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“A”, preposition To, unto, for, upon, in, into, near, by. – Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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.”)
  • IR A AD AKHA IA KAT URUZU
  • (“IR” means: “Sling, hurry, rope.” – Plate 3, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”
  • (“” is an interjection meaning: “Ah!, or O!”Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“AD” means: “Father, also Mother.”Page 5, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“AKHA” means: “War, mighty, kill, or fight.”Plate 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (The Chart of Comparisons, on page xxxix of the Simon Necronomicon, tells us the following: “IA (JAH; EA; Lord of Waters”)
  • (“KAT” means: “Uplifted hand, be strong, protect, save.” Plate 3, of: “A Sumerian Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (URUZU” means: “Thy servant.” – source unknown as this word comes from my personal notes)
  • KAT ES A AKKA BAR
  • (“KAT” means: “Uplifted hand, be strong, protect, save.”Plate 3, of: “A Sumerian Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (ESA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 74, tells us the following: “House, a habitation, a temple”)
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, by, fromPage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • KAT URUZU BA EDIN A EGA
  • (“KAT” means: “Uplifted hand, be strong, protect, save.”Plate 3, of: “A Sumerian Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“URUZU” means: “Thy servant.” – source unknown as this word comes from my personal notes)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (EDINA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 69, tells us the following: “Lofty temple, house, high place”)
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, by, fromPage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (EGAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 69, tells us the following: “Dark or Black water (A-gi),high tide, flood-water”)
  • BAD ERIM BA KAT EDIN A EGURA
  • (“BAD” means: “Strike, strike down, destroy, kill.” “A Sumer-Aryan Dictionary, page 23)
  • (ERIMA 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”)
  • (“KAT” means: “Uplifted hand, be strong, protect, save.”Plate 3, of: “A Sumerian Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (EDINA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 69, tells us the following: “Lofty temple, house, high place”)
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, by, fromPage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (EGURAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 69, tells us the following: “Dark or Black water (A-gi), high tide, flood-water”)
  • DUR EGA KAT URUZU DUB ERIM
  • (“DUR” means: “Turn, turn round, return, restore, change, driveback.” Page 65, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (EGAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 69, tells us the following: “Dark or Black water (A-gi),high tide, flood-water”)
  • (“KAT” means: “Uplifted hand, be strong, protect, save.”Plate 3, of: “A Sumerian Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“URUZU” means: “Thy servant.” – source unknown as this word comes from my personal notes)
  • (“DUB” means: “Smite, strike, strike dead, kill.”Page 60, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (ERIMA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 73, tells us the following: “Enemy and the Sea as Chaos – the original enemy in the Babylonian cosmology”)
  • E BA EKHI IAK SAKKAK
  • (EA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 68, tells us the following: “Rise, go out, go forth, of the Sun – the Dawn in the East”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (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”)
  • E BA EKHI AZAG-THOTH
  • (EA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 68, tells us the following: “Rise, go out, go forth, of the Sun – the Dawn in the East”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (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 and xx, 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”)
  • E BA EKHI CUTHALU
  • (EA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 68, tells us the following: “Rise, go out, go forth, of the Sun – the Dawn in the East”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (EKHIA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 76, tells us the following: “Exit, going out or forth, product, offshoot, offspring”)
  • (CUTHALUThe 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”)
  • E A ASARU BA EKHI
  • (EA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 68, tells us the following: “Rise, go out, go forth, of the Sun – the Dawn in the East”)
  • (“” is an interjection meaning: “Ah!, or O!” Page 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (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”)
  • (BAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 23, tells us the following: “conjunction And”)
  • (EKHIA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 76, tells us the following: “Exit, going out or forth, product, offshoot, offspring”)
  • AKHA IA KAT URUZU BA ES A ERIM BA EGA
  • (“AKHA” means: “War, mighty, kill, or fight.”Plate 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (The Chart of Comparisons, on page xxxix of the Simon Necronomicon, tells us the following: “IA (JAH; EA; Lord of Waters”)
  • (“KAT” means: “Uplifted hand, be strong, protect, save.”Plate 3, of: “A Sumerian Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (“URUZU” means: “Thy servant.” – source unknown as this word comes from my personal notes)
  • (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”)
  • (“A” is an ablative suffix At, with, by, fromPage 1, of: “A Sumer Aryan Dictionary”)
  • (ERIMA 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”)
  • (EGAA Sumer Aryan Dictionary, page 69, tells us the following: “Dark or Black water (A-gi),high tide, flood-water”)

Now it is time for us to view this conjuration as a whole in the Sumerian language.

  • Â AD IA Â AKHA AD Â IA ESI ABZU-A
  • A AKA A ADU EN I BA NINIB
  • A AKA A NINIB BA FIRIK
  • A AKA A FIRIK BA PIRIK
  • ES A AB BA AGGA A GIN
  • A AGGA A GIN ES A AKKA BAR A AB
  • A AKA AKKA BAR A AB
  • A AKA ES A AKKA BAR A AB
  • A ES A AKKA BAR A GIN AGGA
  • AGGA A GIN A ES A AKA A PIRIK
  • A AKA A FIRIK BA PIRIK
  • A AKA A FIRIK BA NINIB
  • A AKA A NINIB BA ADU EN I
  • IR A AD AKHA IA KAT URUZU
  • KAT ES A AKKA BAR
  • KAT URUZU BA EDIN A EGA
  • BAD ERIM BA KAT EDIN A EGURA
  • DUR EGA KAT URUZU DUB ERIM
  • E BA EKHI IAK SAKKAK
  • E BA EKHI AZAG-THOTH
  • E BA EKHI CUTHALU
  • E A ASARU BA EKHI
  • AKHA IA KAT URUZU BA ES A ERIM BA EGA

I already love this enhanced conjuration, but wait till you see what it means in English!

  • O Father Enki! O mighty Father! O Enki, Lord of the Deep!
  • I cry unto Adueni and Ninib.
  • I cry unto Ninib and Firik.
  • I cry unto Firik and Pirik.
  • A temple I erect and the Fiery Spirits of the Deep I command!
  • To the Fiery Spirits of the Deep I command, a temple with a flaming barrier I erect!
  • With a divine command a flaming barrier I erect!
  • With a divine command a temple with a flaming barrier I erect!
  • In a temple with a flaming barrier I command the Fiery Spirits of the Deep!
  • The Fiery spirits of the Deep I command in a temple with a cry unto Pirik!
  • I cry unto Firik and Pirik.
  • I cry unto Firik and Ninib.
  • I cry unto Ninib and Adueni.
  • Hurry O Father! Mighty Enki, protect thy servant!
  • Protect the temple with a flaming barrier!
  • Protect thy servant and the Lofty Temple from the Dark Waters!
  • Destroy the Enemy and protect the Lofty Temple from the Black Waters!
  • Turn round the Dark Waters! Protect thy servant! Kill the Enemy!
  • Iak Sakkak, rise and go forth!
  • Azag-Thoth, rise and go forth!
  • Kutulu, rise and go forth!
  • Rise, O Eye of the Throne, and go forth!
  • Mighty Enki, protect thy servant and the temple from the Enemy and the Dark Waters!

In my opinion this is what the conjuration of IA ADU EN I should look like! Simon has provided us with the basic essentials such as the appropriate divine names and the general idea of the purpose and intent of this mystical conjuration. On that basic framework I expanded by fine-tuning the intents and commands given in the conjuration, thus adding to its power.

Dumu Abzu-a.

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9 replies »

  1. wow…that is a really well broken down piece….it will call for more study, indeed. thank you so much for sharing…i will be looking for your offerings to us in the future. Cheers and Blessings!

    -Kingu

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  2. Well Brother, after having translated the Conjuration of IA ADU EN I, I came to the conclusion that the conjuration could have had more potential than how it actually was constructed. By adding various words we were not only able to form proper sentences, but we also reinforced the purpose and intents which make for a more powerful conjuration.

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  3. and your thorough undertakings leave me breathless and in awe every damn time. you leave no stone unturned in your efforts. we all need that tenacity within our works. Cheers!

    -Kingu

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  4. I’m glad you enjoy my work. I must say that this particular conjuration is some of my best work. It is not only beautiful, but useable too. The support of our readers is what makes things such as these possible. 🙂

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