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16 satanic ritual

THE THREE TYPES
OF
SATANIC RITUAL
THERE are three types of ceremony incorporated in the practice of Satanic magic. Each
of these correspond to a basic human emotion. The first of these we shall call a sex
ritual.
A sex ritual is what is commonly known as a love charm or spell. The purpose in
performing such a ritual is to create desire on the part of the person whom you desire,
or to summon a sex partner to fulfill your desires. If you have no specific person or
type of person in mind strong enough to cause direct sexual feeling culminating in
orgasm, you will not succeed in performing as successfull working. The reason for this is that
even if the ritual was successful, by accident, what good would it serve if you could not take
advantage of your eventual opportunity because of lack of stimulation or desire? It is easy to
confuse enchantment for your ulterior motives, with spell-casting to satisfy your sexual
desires.
Enchantment for self-aggrandizement, when accompanied by ceremonial magic, falls into the
category of either the compassion or the destruction ritual, or possibly both. If you want or
need something so badly you are sad or feel much anguish without it, without causing hurt on
another's part, then this would incorporate a compassion ritual to increase your power. If you
wish to enchant or entrap a deserving victim for your own purposes, you would employ a
destruction ritual. These formulas are to be adhered to, as applying the wrong type of ritual
towards a desired result can lead to trouble of a complicated nature.
A good example of this is the girl who finds herself plagued by a relentless suitor. If she has
done little to encourage him, then she should recognize him for the psychic vampire he is, and
let him play his masochistic role. If, however, she has enchanted him frivolously, giving him
every encouragement and then finds herself a steady object of sexual desire, much to her
dismay, she has no one to blame but herself. Such exercises are only ego boosts, borne of an
indoctrination of ego denial which makes these little bewitchments necessary. The Satanist
has enough ego strength to use enchantments for her own sexual gratification, or to gain
power or success of a specific nature.
The second type of ritual is of a compassionate nature. The compassion, or sentiment, ritual is
performed for the purpose of helping others, or helping oneself. Health, domestic happiness,
business activities, material success, and scholastic prowess are but a few of the situations
covered in a compassion ritual. It might be said that this form of ceremony could fall into the
realm of genuine charity, bearing in mind that "charity begins at home".
The third motivating force is that of destruction. This is a ceremony used for anger,
annoyance, disdain, contempt, or just plain hate. It is known as a hex, curse, or destroying
agent.
One of the greatest of all fallacies about the practice of ritual magic is the notion that one
must believe in the powers of magic before one can be harmed or destroyed by them. Nothing
could be farther from the truth, as the most receptive victims of curses have always been the
greatest scoffers. The reason is frighteningly simple. The uncivilized tribesman is the first to
run to his nearest witch-doctor or shaman when he feels a curse has been placed upon him by
an enemy. The threat and presence of harm is with him consciously, and belief in the power of
the curse is so strong that he will take every precaution against it. Thus, through the
application of sympathetic magic, he will counteract any harm that might come his way. This
man is watching his step, and not taking any chances.
On the other hand, the "enlightened" man, who doesn't place any stock in such "superstition",
relegates his instinctive fear of the curse to his unconscious, thereby nourishing it into a
phenominally destructive force that will multiply with each succeeding misfortune. Of course,
every time a new setback occurs, the non-believer will automatically deny any connection
with the curse, especially to himself. The emphatic conscious denial of the potential of the
curse is the very ingredient that will create its success, through setting-up of accident prone
situations. In many instances, the victim will deny any magical significance to his fate, even
unto his dying gasp - although the magician is perfectly satisfied, so long as his desired results
occur. It must be remembered that it matters not whether anyone attaches any significance to
your working, so long as the results of the working are in accordance with your will. The
super-logician will always explain the connection of the magical ritual to the end result as
"coincidence".
Whether magic is performed for constructive or destructive purposes, the success of the
operation is dependent on the receptivity of the person who is to receive the blessing or curse,
as the case may be. In the case of a sex or compassion ritual, it helps if the recipient has faith
and believes in magic, but the victim of a hex or curse is much more prone to destruction if he
DOES NOT believe in it! So long as man knows the meaning of fear, he will need the ways and
means to defend himself against his fears. No one knows everything, and as long as there is
wonder, there will always be an apprehension of the unknown, where there are potentially
dangerous forces. It is this natural fear of the unknown, a first cousin to the fascination
towards the unknown, that impels the man of logic towards his very explanations. Obviously,
the man of science is motivated to discovery by his very sense of wonder. And yet, how sad
that this man who calls himself logical is often the last to recognize the essence of ritual
magic.
If religious faith can make bleeding wounds appear on the body in approximation to the
wounds supposedly inflicted on Christ, it is called stigmata. These wounds appear as a result
of compassion driven to an emotionally violent extreme. Why, then, should there be any
doubt as to the destructive extremes of fear and terror. The so-called demons have the power
to destroy in a flesh rending manner, theoretically, as much as a handful of nails, long rusted
away, can create blood-dripping ecstasy in a person convinced he is hooked upon the cross of
Calvary.
Therefore, never attempt to convince the skeptic upon whom you wish to place a curse. Allow
him to scoff. To enlighten him would lessen your chance of success. Listen with benign
assurance as he laughs at your magic, knowing his days are filled with turmoil all the while. If
he is despicable enough, by Satan's grace, he might even die - laughing!
A WORD OF WARNING!
TO THOSE WHO WOULD PRACTICE THESE ARTS -
Concerning Sex or
Lust:
Take full advantage of spells and charms that work; if you be a
man, plunge your erect member into her with lascivious delight; if
you be a woman, open wide your loins in lewd anticipation.
Concerning
Compassion:
Be resolved that you'll have no regrets at the expense of the help
that you have given others, should their new-found blessings place
an obstacle in your path. Be grateful for things that come to you
through the use of magic.
Concerning
Destruction:
Be certain you DO NOT care if the intended victim lives or dies,
before you throw your curse, and having caused their destruction,
revel, rather than feel remorse.
HEED WELL THESE RULES - OR IN
EACH CASE YOU WILL SEE A REVERSAL
OF YOUR DESIRES WHICH WILL
HARM, RATHER THAN HELP, YOU!
THE RITUAL, OR
"INTELLECTUAL DECOMPRESSION",
CHAMBER
A MAGICAL ceremony may be performed by oneself or in a group, but the advantages
of each should be made clear.
A group ritual is certainly much more of a reinforcement of faith, and an instillation of
power, than is a private ceremony. The massing together of persons who are dedicated
to a common philosophy is bound to insure a renewal of confidence in the power of
magic. The pageantry of religion consistently becomes a solitary situation it reaches
into that realm of self-denail which runs concurrent with anti-social behavior.
It is for this reason that the Satanist should attempt to seek out others with whom to engage in
these ceremonies.
In the case of a curse or destruction ritual, it sometimes helps the magician if his desires are
intensified by other members of the group. There is nothing in this type of ceremony which
would lead to embarrassment on the part of those conducting a ritual of this sort, since anger
and the symbolic destruction of the intended victim are the essential ingredients.
On the other hand, a compassion ritual, with its unashamed shedding of tears, or a sex ritual,
with its masturbatory and orgasmic overtones, would most likely succeed best if privately
performed.
There is no place for self-consciousness in the ritual chamber, unless that very selfconsciousness
is an integral part of the role being played, and can be used to good advantage -
i.e.: the shame felt by a prudent woman serving as an altar, who, through her embarrassment,
feels sexual stimulation.
Even in a totally personalized ritual, however, the standardized preliminary invocations and
devices should be employed before the intimate fantasies and acting out occur. The formal
part of the ritual can be performed in the same room or chamber as the personalized working -
or, the formal ceremony in one place, the personal in another. The beginning and end of the
ritual must be conducted within the confines of the ritual chamber containing the symbolic
devices (altar, chalice, etc.).
The formalized beginning and end of the ceremony acts as a dogmatic, anti-intellectual
device, the purpose of which is to disassociate the activities and frame of reference of the
outside world from that of the ritual chamber, where the whole will must be employed. This
facet of the ceremony is most important to the intellectual, as he especially requires the
"decompression chamber" effect of the chants, bells, candles, and other trappings, before he
can put his pure and willful desires to work for himself, in the projection and utilization of his
imagery.
The "intellectual decompression chamber" of the Satanic temple might be considered a
training school for temporary ignorance, as are ALL religious services! The difference is that
the Satanist KNOWS he is practicing a form of contrived ignorance in order to expand his will,
whereas another religionist doesn't - or if he does know, he practices that form of self-deceit
which forbids such recognition. His ego is already too shaky from his religious inculcation to
allow himself to admit to such a thing as self-imposed ignorance!


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