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Evocation and Summoning

To: alt.magick
From: (Anatta Oknodo)
Subject: Re: Evocation and Summoning
Date: 29 Dec 1997 15:33:00 +0100

Malloch  writes:

>Does any one specialize in this field?

I don't specialize.

>Perhaps finding familiars and the like?

You don't find them. You create them.

- get two sheets of paper.
- write down what you want the servitor to do. Be precise, and not too
  verbose, in what you write. This is the statement of intent.
  Think of it as the program the servitor has to follow.
  Don't complain when it does what you told it, later.
- cut off some of your hair. A length of about 20cm should suffice.
  If your hair is not that long, be patient while you grow it.
- copy the statement of intent to the other sheet.
- prick your finger, and sign both sheets of paper with blood.
- put away one of the sheets in a safe.
- go to the woods, find a small river, find a friendly small stone.
- wrap stone in sheet of paper, and fix the paper with the length
  of hair you grew so patiently.
- get heavily stoned or drunk. When you are about to pass out,
  draw a deep breath, throw the stone into the river, yelling
  "do as I will shall be the whole of your law"
- immediately put your head under water. Exhale completely, into the
  water. Count to 20. Be careful not to drown.

The servitor should become active some time in the future.

If you want to get rid of the servitor, retrieve the other
sheet from the safe, and burn it, chanting "um didum bum gum".

For the first servitor you create this way, I would recommend
the following instructions:
	"Servitor, your name is to be Mighty Skeptic.
	 You are to tell me the parts of the process
	 of creating a servitor that are ridiculous, 
	 superfluous, or lame. In fact, you are about
	 to tell me whenever you notice something that
	 is ridiculous, superfluous, or lame. And shut
	 up whenever I say 'Mighty Skeptic, shut up'."

You are responsible for whatever happens as a consequence of
this advice.

all the best
  Anatta Oknodo, 0=oo, Sole Supreme Magpie, Ordo Templi Humoris

P.S.: I would be pleased to hear about success or failure with
this operation.

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