The Dragon Egg Ritual and Magic

(We are happy to with permission publish the following text, originally shared with us by one of our teachers.)

In this ritual a spell is cast by the way of creating a kind of daemon taking form through the magician’s own life-force, the focused power of will and the totemic virtues of certain animal components, but more esoterically via that which all the employed elements and the ritual steps contextually connect to, allowing the potentially fate-altering addition, intrusion and manifestation of Spirit.

The following elements are needed:

  • A dead spider (should be found already dead and not be killed by the magician for this purpose) and/or a spider web rolled into a ball
  • A fresh bird’s egg. If possible fertilized.
  • A sharp tool, such as scalpel, for opening the egg without cracking it
  • A needle to draw blood with
  • Suitable natural glue, or beeswax, for the sealing of the opening made in the egg

The ritual is to be conducted during the hours of the night. Planetary hours can be observed for additional potency and focusing of the forces needed for the accomplishment of the magical will.   

Proceed by using the sharp tool for opening up a hole on top of the egg, without cracking and breaking the whole egg (this should be tried and mastered outside of ritual context in advance). If the hole is made so that the piece of removed shell can be put back later and sealed it is ideal, but as long as the hole is there and can be sealed later with some natural glue or wax of suitable kind it is sufficient.

Once the hole is made the spider, and ideally some of its web rolled into a small ball, are pushed into the egg, to serve as the spinner of the webs of one’s desire, countering those of destiny if need be, and catch that which one seeks to attain. 

At this stage certain other elements could also be added into the egg that correspond with what you seek to manifest, ranging from different powders, herbal, mineral or animal, or/and smaller rolled up piece of paper or thin metal lamella on which seals or spells are written with magical ink or inscribed. The size of the egg and one’s own imagination and knowledge set the limits for what one could load the egg with, but it is important to not overdo the actual loading and only add what one believe to be absolutely essential.

Once the dead spider, ball of web and any other elements have been sown inside of the egg it is time to add your own blood and through the blood your own life-force, power of will and spirit into it, in order to so make the magic come to life. Place the egg before you and proceed with using a needle, which you first cleanse in the flame of the candle flame set before you and pierce the tip of one of the fingers of your left hand, so that some drops of blood can be pressed out of it. The finger can here be chosen based on what one connects to each finger, as for example corresponding with the five elements, the planets or any other symbolism and insights that can give a specific relevance to the choice which ultimately must connected to the magical goal.

You then hold the pierced finger above the opening you have made into the egg and squeeze out with the other hand the drops of blood so that they fall into the egg and so animate it and the spider towards the realization of your will. Each drop must be charged with the power of intention directed by a single minded focus and visualization.

The general spell to chant at this point should be something along the line of:

“I give you Blood of my Blood, Life from my Life and Power from the Spirit Within! In return you shall weave for me an Ensnaring Web of Power and Change the World, all in accordance with my Sorcerous Will! You shall do so without harming anyone that I hold dear, or ever take from me anything that I have not offered to you wilfully!

It can be relevant to keep count of the amount of the drops of blood, as that can reflect the number of stages it takes for the manifestation of the spell and serve in other ways as indicator of progress. The ideal amounts of blood are here 7 or 9 drops according to the original version of this ritual. If less than 7 drops of blood can be squeezed out it can imply a lack of power given to the work, which later will be reflected in the potency of the spell. It is in any case important to keep count and remember the amount of drops, and it is generally better to pierce the finger little too deep rather than making a puncture that can’t produce the needed amount of blood. According to the original rules you are also to pierce your finger only once. More than 9 drops can indicate an excess of force and lack of precision, but it is generally better to give little too much than too little, as at least you will in such case not end up in debt.  

Once the blood has been given, lift the egg to your mouth again and speak your spell, conjuration and will into it, so that your actual Breath/Andedräkt becomes projected inside of it, over “its void and chaotic waters of pre-creation”, to which you so give desired forms for the manifesting of your will.  

At this stage a cigarillo could be used to project the force of will and spirit into the egg via the exhalation of the Fiery Breath of Amiahzatan.

When you feel that you have sufficiently charged the egg in this fashion you must seal its opening and at this point you should put back the pieces of the shell that you had removed, if possible, and then seal the hole with the glue or some drops of beeswax, but so that only the immediate area of and around the hole become covered by it.

This is important as you then are supposed to draw an invoking pentagram of spirit upon the egg with ideally some suitable consecrated ink, so that the sealed hole ends up within its centre, meaning within the pentagon constituting the heart of the pentagram.

You are then to seal this pentagram by drawing a pentagon around it in a manner that connects its five points. 

In some settings further spells and seals can also be written and drawn upon the outside of the egg, below where the pentagram within the pentagon have been marked, but this is usually not necessary. 

This egg is then according to the original instructions to be buried, during the same night, in some location related to the outcome of the spell where it is not disturbed or accidentally broken. It is thus allowed to “hatch” the expanding forces seeded into it, which then will act and cause changes in accordance with the magical charges that had been given to it.

In certain extra demanding cases it is advised that the egg become buried within a grave, after first having made a kind of deal/pact with the dead, so that the “ghost” become included within the ritual matrix and lend its force to the work. The burial of an egg filled with one’s own blood in a grave can be extremely problematic, and those actually initiated in the necromantic arts will most often avoid such risky methods. But, as the original instructions emphasised that specific approach within the most demanding contexts we have chosen to also include it here.

The other detail concerning the egg needing to be buried the same night is also something stressed by the original source, but is yet another point that those with sufficient knowledge gained through personal experience may be able to work around, if necessary.   

One could see this process as the creation of a kind of Familiar Spirit, but there are a few different directions that this simple outlined work can be taken to, based on one’s own perspective, the contextual application, possible elevation of the related symbolism, the exact loading elements used, the charge given to the egg and the spirits possibly called upon for its further empowerment.

The basic form of this spell was made popular around 30 years ago by a Swedish author of metaphysics and folklore (who passed away in the year 2005.) This method have since then had a kind of popularity amongst some of the older Temple initiates who in those times, when still very young, had access to this authors teachings.

In the original form the egg, the spider, the spider web, the blood from drawn from a finger, the sealing of the egg, the drawing of the pentagram within a pentagon on it and its burial were the main aspects, without any of the more elaborate or esoteric additions that we here in some parts have suggested, but was still found to be a workable basis for a surprisingly effective kind spell casting, with possibility for further elevation.

According the Temple teachings it is even possible to manifest the famulus of certain aspects of the Master, related to the Lines of Nod, by including drops of His Ensouling Tincture and other elements such as a bit of a snake skin used as parchment marked with suitable characters, together with other relevant animalia such as the ashes of burnt raven feathers and the tail of a small scorpion. Drops of blood from a corresponding animal is then added into the egg in the amount of 7, 9, 11 or 13 drops. The egg in such case should be that of a crow, or ideally a raven (which of course is far from being easy to acquire), but the egg of any of the other birds directly aligned with the Spirits of Qayin would work as well. In the most optimal case the egg of the bird can even be replaced by that of a large serpent, or other reptile such as the crocodile or alligator, establishing in such case the most concrete links to the Nachash and the Tanninim. While these kinds of eggs will, for most people, not be easy to get hold of it is still far from being an impossible task. With little cunning, the right contacts and some funds set aside for these kinds of projects anything becomes possible, and if Spirit is willing one always find what one actually need.

If such reptilian egg would be employed, in combination with the aforementioned addition of precious drops of the Ensouling Tincture and other elements, also Spirit seals drawn with the correct inks on paper, which then are reduced to ashes, are together with other sympathetic elements, to be introduced into the egg. This egg is then finally activated by the giving of the suitable and corresponding kind of blood (which can mean a few different things here), which is added into it in the correct amount of drops, again aligned with the force being worked with. The giving of the Fiery Breath of Amiahzatan is then also in this instance part of the conclusion of its conjuring and charging towards purpose, followed as in earlier version by the sealing of the egg. This is also here accomplished through the application of the wax and the drawing of not only the pentagram within the pentagon around the sealed opening, but with also other specific characters, seals and/or invocations all around it pertaining to the aspects focused upon. Within this strictly Qayinite context the sealing pentagram could even be replaced by a Heptagram within a heptagon, drawn otherwise in the same manner as before around the sealed hole. This option of using the Heptagram is available to those that understand how and why to do so, based on what that symbol in connection to the Qayinite Mysteries can connect to. The results of this kind of loaded egg will potentially become the closest possible to what “the Dragon Egg” name actually implies and besides hiding or burying it at some suitable place of power, or where it is to enact its influences, it could also be securely and permanently sealed inside of a hollow fetish, such as a suitable statue.

If employed in such fetishistic manner the loaded statue cultivated for a certain symbolic amount of time, like for example 49 nights (if established gnosis would here be lacking divination must be used in order to determine the exact needed amount of time), could be realized to embody the spiritual force which after that set amount of time would “hatch” and possess the statue/idol from within. 

This kind of work with the egg could also in other settings be turned around and in its nadir be made into that of Malefica specifically, with the egg becoming one of Death and Decay, into which the traces of the target would be introduced, together with for example a leech instead of the spider, bone powder or the soil from the grave of a suicide or a murderer, small amounts of different baneful powders and ashes from curses written on paper with poisoned ink. The blood dropped into the egg should in such cases not be one’s own and instead that that of for example a rat or some other symbolically suitable animal, this in order to align the curse with the deserving target. In conclusion and besides the sealing pentagram within the pentagon around it also Qayin’s Key Sigil of Bane would with suitable ink be written counter clockwise around the egg. This kind of egg if hidden close to the target would be extra effective, but could also be placed within a wooden box and ritually buried in the cemetery to commission the Legions of Gulgaltha to work through it, or seeded into some other suitable place of Active Power.

“The Dragon Egg” spell could similarly be used in adjusted forms in order to work with any of Qayin’s Key Sigils and Powers, by simply adding the corresponding herbal formulas, as given in Liber Falxifer II, inside of the egg, with the matching insect or other animal elements if the usual spider for some reason would be considered as contextually unsuitable, the ashes of burnt petitions and seals pertaining to the specific work and any other elements that one would realize as being suitable. If the work is personal and benefic one’s own blood would be used and if not the blood of some more appropriate offering could be employed instead.  The egg would also in this case be sealed as usual with the pentagram within the pentagon, and around it would the corresponding Key Sigil of Qayin be drawn in order to specifically mark it for its purpose.

Based on these few outlines the Temple teachings connected to the sorcery of “the Dragon Egg” should have become clear enough to those that practice in accordance with the same Tradition.

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This text is dedicated to the Spirit of Magister “Nast Lavgroh”. May the Forces of the Dissolving Omega keep you ever beyond the limitations of life and death and lead you, and us all, towards the Nothingness of God. Amen + Amen!

Qayin the Crowned Lord of Death

We know that many students of the Current 2182, ourselves included, have contemplated and become intrigued by the changes in the cover artwork for the 13th anniversary edition of the first Liber Falxifer book.

On the past Friday the 13th, the T.F.C. shared detailed information regarding this cover artwork and also presented it as the latest addition to the Sanctuary of the Black Light series of Ikons available through Ixaxaar.

Today we are honored to share the update in its’ entirety with kind permission, for those who might have missed out on the Ixaxaar update or otherwise to just underline the importance of contemplating and studying the artwork, as the Devil is indeed in the details.

All Glory to Qayin!

In connection to the 13th anniversary of the publishing of Liber Falxifer I – The Book of the Left Handed Reaper and as part of the Sanctuary of the Black Light series of Current 2182 related Ikons we are on this Friday the 13th of May 2022 pleased to present the latest manifestation of the Qayinite Visions of N.A-A.218.

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The Liber Falxifer 13th Anniversary Ikon depicts the special cover which was exclusively created for the third edition of the first Liber Falxifer book and portrays ‘the Revealed Form of Qayin as the Crowned Lord of Death’, replacing the original cover image that was part of the initial Usurpation and Possession stage of the Unfolding of the 182 Current, during which the subverted iconography of Christ the Redeemer was elevated anew through the Grace of the True Messiah/358.

That original form became replaced by the more Purely Qayinite aspect which 13 years later emerged through it, in a manner similar to how the Serpent shed its skin, taking the form of the Ikon that now depicts Qayin in His Unmasked Glory, as ‘the First Saint and Lord of Death’. It is worth of note that it even within more common qabalistic lore is stated that Qayin after the murder of Abel served as “the Angel of Death” for 130 years, before passing that mantle to another one within His own Sacred Bloodline of the Serpent/358.

The observance of the ‘Transformative 13 Years Cycle’ is as such something well-grounded within all forms of significant Qayinite Mythos, but most importantly something which over and over again has been confirmed as operatively valid within our own Necrosophic Tradition embodying the 218/182/2182 Current that this work belongs to.

It is as such most auspicious to celebrate the 13th anniversary with this Evolved Form of our Master’s Ikon, depicting Him in the aspect through which He now has been made known through the already manifested Liber Falxifer I, II and III, and which shall continue to Come Forth and expand through the forthcoming Liber Falxifer IV, V, VI and VII.

This Revealed Aspect of ‘Qayin the Crowned Lord of Death’ depicts Him in the same familiar pose as earlier, with His arms stretched out as if to embrace the world, while also assuming the form of the Holy Cross, through which the Forces of the Other Side could ‘cross over’ into this side of existence. This Cross of Qayin is also the Liminal Point of Spirit, through which the material existence and its illusory forms of cosmic “life and death” are transcended through the ‘Maveth Principal’ of K-Ain, of which Qayin (and His Bride) was the First Messianic/Redemptive Manifestation.

Our Qayin is thus a ‘Harbinger of Unfated Death’, cutting the threads of Demiurgic Heimarmene with the Reaping Blade of the Other God (the ‘Elohim Acherim Azerate’ opposed to the Demiurgic Impulse), held symbolic in His Left Hand, indicating Qayin as being aligned with the Left and Thoughtless Emanations of the Ain Soph.

In this depiction of our Master we now also have the thus far disclosed symbolic ‘Investitures of Nod’ clearly depicted in the form of His Crown of Thorns, the Pesha X-Brand, the Crown of (Gilded) Bones and the Halo of Black Light/Fire. These are very significant details when it comes to the talismanic alignment with the essence disclosed within the Liber Falxifer III systematisation of the Initiatic Becoming attainable through those Four Lines of Nod.

The 7 Keys hanging at the waist of Saint Qayin are also new additions emphasising not only His Seven Principal Keys of Power and the virtues related for example to His Seven Key Sigils, but are more esoterically connected to the expansion of the Cardinal Points of Nod, which now from the Four Principal Lines have expanded to the Revealing of the Seven Lines, adding 3 liminal and reflective ones to the mentioned fundamental 4. The Seven Keys of Qayin are thus also the symbols of the empowerments that He holds and can dispense as related to the Totality of Nod, while also connecting to the Seven Gates opening up to the Other Side and the Keys to the Seventh Qlipha of K-Ain.

The Raven upon the shoulder of Qayin, positioned diagonally to the Scorpion on the ground, is here an emphasised representative of the Qliphothic forces of the Oreb Zaraq/Oreb Saraph and thus the transcendentally immanent presence of K-Ain, who is the Baal of the Qlipha of the Burning Ravens of Dispersion and Death. The ravens pertain to all aspects of the Path of Qayin and those that would Become in His Footsteps, as they were present in Akeldama before it was Watered Red, they instructed in the establishing of Gulgaltha through the First Burial, they represent the Lawlessness of the Pesha-Impulse through all of their deeds and embody thus the Sitra Achra and specifically the Qlipha of K-Ain, by being to the Elohim Acherim what the white dove is to the Demiurge YHVH.

The mentioned scorpion on the ground, being within our work the ever present totemic representative of the most fundamental mysteries related to the emanation of the letter Nun of K-Ain, as manifesting within that same letter of the name of Qayin, is here reinforced in its position and made firmer still. This scorpion will in the forthcoming Liber Falxifer books become fully explained and have its central and true role within our Current 2182 revealed, but until then it suffice to underline its role as the Harbinger of the Sting of Death and Rebirth/Awakening, as a totemic avatar of the final letter of the K-Ainic Tetragrammaton and a Spearhead of the Host of His Seraphim.

As pertaining to Spears and Spearheads, being weapons and symbols esoterically connected to Qayin, based both upon possible etymology of His name and His exalting usurpation of certain deific forms, we see that He now in His right hand holds a Spear that upon its bladed tip bears the marking of the Serpent’s Eye. The Two-Headed Serpent, representing the mysteries of our Twin-Serpent ‘Thaumithan’, coiled around the axis of this spear, discloses it to also embody the K-Ainite Trinity represented by the Trident, which in this Serpentine Form reveal the process through which the Eye of the Blind Dragon is opened. The actual mysteries related to also this symbolic component of ‘the Piercing Eye of the 358’ have thus far not been disclosed publically, but shall soon be divulged within the forthcoming ‘Revelations of the Apocalyptic Emissary of K-Ain’.

The Skull of Man cracked and burning, representing the Adamic Kelim shattered through the Gnosis of Black Light, is placed upon the ground, to the left side of Master Qayin. This skull with Black Flames of Spirit rising specifically from its Eye Sockets and Cracked Crown, faces the Black Scorpion on the opposite side of the image, which codifies mysteries that first after the Advent of the Emissary of K-Ain have been fully communicated and communicable. This is a symbolic point that had been depicted also in the earlier form of the image, as it carries fundamental meanings unrelated to the usurped forms now transcended. The difference is that the evolved form now has changed so that it besides emphasising the Eyes and the Crown as the points for the Rising of the Black Flames also has the Red Rose of the Holy Mother, representing some of the most central concepts of our Qayinite Tradition, growing and flourishing from inside of it. These, like all of the other mentioned details, may seem as small changes to the uninitiated, but to those that See, Know and Understand there are new disclosed Points for the Attaining of Gnosis within each of them.

Finally the red background is again present and now even more clearly emphasised as a ‘Sea of Blood’, from which the Master emerges and through, against and upon which He cast both His Light and Shadow. This is again a reoccurring point of symbolism, which now 13 years after its first envisioning within this context has only been further validated through all confirmations received from Spirit and the attainments of new Gnosis related to it. This ‘Raging Sea of Blood’ pertains in one aspect to the Aflame Blood of the Qayinite Linage, invasively flooding this world from the Side of the Serpents of the Other Side, while in other aspects connecting back to some of the most important mysteries related to all of the other symbols contained within this Vision embodied as Ikon. The ‘Sea of Blood’ is also connected to the esoteric concepts of ‘the Red Gates’, which only recently, in connection to the celebration of the passed Good Friday, were disclosed to our initiates and some of those others in contact with our Temple. There is as such once again much connected to a seemingly simple symbolic detail. Let those that attain the ‘Eye and Sight’ of the Great Overseer of our Work witness the ‘Red Thread’ and follow it to where further revelations await. We hope that this representation of Saint Qayin, requested by many of our supportive students even before we had decided to include it within our Sanctuary of the Black Light series of Enspirited Ikons, benefit those who feel drawn to and come into contact with it.

The actual Theurgic Enlinkment between the printed images and the Spirit, who to us has manifested as our Master and Good Saint Qayin, will as per usual when it comes to the Sanctuary of the Black Light Ikons become established through the Holy Stains of Ensouled Ink, by which each printed copy shall be marked and numbered on the back.

It is recommended that the Faithful Adherents of Qayin recall “the Covenant with Death and the Pact with the Sheol” by anointing this mentioned marking and numbering on the back of the Ikon with one drop of blood drawn in the name of ‘K-Ain Baal Tzel-Maveth’ from the middle finger of their left hand, followed by the giving of sacred smoke offerings (either Amiahzatan or some suitable offertory incense blend) directed towards the same Reddened Point (there are here connections to ‘the Red Gates’), the giving of the flames of 7 or 13 candles (green, red, white or black) placed around it, the chanting of 49 repetitions of the suitable Formula of Calling selected from the Liber Falxifer Books, followed by heartfelt prayers to the Master, asking for nought but His Guidance, Gnosis and aid in the Vanquishing of the Archonic Forces standing in the way of the accomplishment of His Work.

This process can, when all candles have been consumed, be followed by the framing of the Ikon behind cleansed and dedicated glass and its hanging in some suitable position behind the His altar.

All Glory to Qayin, our Saint of Liberating Death!

/T.F.C.2182

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The Harvesting of Sacred Serpent Soil and its applications

A while back while hiking in the woods I came across a very rare and to us sacred event that usually does not happen in the plain view of people, or close to any place where people usually walk, and I decided to use and work with the auspiciousness of it. 

I happened to come across two bull snakes mating, which while the bull snake looks like a rattle snake it is a non-venomous snake that is seldom seen because they stay far away from people, so the fact that these two snakes were mating in plain view right next to a hiking trail was something special. 

I stood by and watched them while silently chanting, praying and admiring their sacred consummation which had made me to think the essential union of Sataninsam/Samaelilith, being the conjoined essence of the sacred masculine and feminine, the uniting of Satan and Lilith and their intrusion into ”the Garden of Eden”.

As the Holy Nachash is one of the most sacred totemic animals within the Current 2182, anything that it touches becomes blessed by its presence and therefore connected to the Serpent Force. 

Because of the serpents mating and their conjoining of polarities the spot I felt became sacred and blessed and the soil itself turned into a charged element connected to that very essence. 

After a few minutes the snakes had slithered away and I could discreetly mark the spot where they had been, in order to later come back in the night and properly harvest from the soil in the name of the Holy Nachashel.

The procedure of the harvesting of the soil followed a similar sequence as to “Buying of Grave Soil” instructed in the first Liber Falxifer book, with differences being that I was working in a forest and with the spirit of the Snake and not the Dead. 

I had also decided to use the ”Trollkniv” that was made years before in accordance with the Covenant blog post on Svartkonst. 

The reason I decided to use that Sorcery Knife, instead of for example any other was because of the statement concerning the  Trollkniv being able to “be used to conjure both Devils and the Dead.” 

As the serpent has always been held as a representative of the “Devil” I found the knife in question to be a perfect conjuring tool, while also practically be able to pierce the ground and loosen the soil during its harvest. 

Once the Spirits and Legions of Nod had been saluted in the name of the First Born of the Serpent, Master Qayin and Sancta Q, I had encircled the spot where the snakes had been mating with the Trollkniv, while conjuring the Serpent Force that had blessed the soil so it could be used for the “Work of the Cunning and Wise”.

The usual offering of liquor sprayed from the mouth, the giving of the smoke of Amiahzatan, incense, coins and candles where then given to the Spirit of the Place and first afterwards was 7 spoonfuls of the sacred soil collected and placed within a red and in beforehand cleansed pouch.

The soil itself has since then been worked with for a while and now taken part of the offerings given on Good Friday, and has a myriad of possible uses, while being a sacred element in itself similar to Field of Harvest soil or Gulgaltha soil, it can also be used to load fetishes and talismans connected to the Nachash or Satan and Lilith in their conjoined aspects. 

It can be used as an empowering element in tinctures, oils and incense blends connected to any aspect of the Serpent Force, or to be sprinkled in order to bless a spot with such force. 

I have for example also used the soil to further empower a talisman I have consisting of a loaded rattle snake head that now rests on top of the mojo bag filled with the Serpent Soil.

(As I had managed to take a couple of pictures of the encounter itself it was suggested to me that I could maybe make a ritual report out of it, which now resulted in this blog post.)

Hail the Holy Serpent!