When I wrote my first Abramelin blog I had in mind a regular update possibly once every two weeks or so. At the time it seemed like a reasonable goal. I find it surprising how little time I can spare for it. There are so many different things I would like to share about this ...more
I decided to experiment with creating a Solomonic style seal for Operation Intruder. The intention is to create a set of seals with all of the OpIntruder sigils. I would like to create one of each not only for the original abduction and ontological shock sigils but also all the other ones that various agents ...more
When working with an old text such as The Book of Abramelin it seems wise to make some adaptations based on modern lifestyle. I find it appropriate to discuss my own interpretation of the suggested process at this stage. I read a lot of interesting accounts and advise from other practitioners who did the operation ...more
I am floating on my back... cast down! in a Wind of Light flashing down upon me from the immeasurable Above. (This Light is of a bluish silver tinge) And I saw that Face, lost above me in the height inscrutable: a face of absolute beauty. And I was as it were a Lamb slain ...more
Holy Serpent is climbing through the hottest sun and the heaviest rains, the strongest winds and the hardest rocks to the whole emptiness on the highest top.
This sigil originated from a vision I had after visiting Loch Ness in June 2006. It would not do it justice if i do not explain the circumstances.
I first heard ...more
I began my Abramelin operation on 21.09.2015 and am currently in the third week. I have been preparing for it since I was seventeen. It feels absolutely great to finally do it.
The first couple of weeks were preparatory, fine tuning the process. I ran into issues with my oil lamp. I attempted to make my own ...more
Operation Intruder, launched earlier this summer, seems to be gathering momentum. We received confirmations from other Agents as to its success and have had the pleasure to experience it ourselves. We have nothing to offer skeptics and debunkers. We may not promise anything to the believer. We seem to be receiving interesting results that can ...more
A while back Anton wrote a short blog about KIA Drawkcab Monk Ritual he was involved in, performed on a palindromic date. I found the idea curious and maybe even subversive. Although I always loved maths, I never really liked numbers and dates. They seem to be hard to memorise especially because of my dyslexia. ...more
Thunderstorms have so much energy in them. They bring refreshment on a hot day and seem a perfect opportunity to sit back and be in the moment. In my childhood they often arrived in the evening. My family would switch off electricity in the house and we would sit in candle light by the window watching the ...more
Operation Intruder aims to bring High Strangeness events such as alien abduction upon those in our society who seem to need it the most. Our targets include politicians, corporate leaders, media barons, military intelligence, heads of state and others who run things badly and sustain suffering of others by acts of mindless greed. One of ...more
Open Circle has a monthly meeting on every second Monday of the month in Wetherspoons at Church street in Inverness. We meet at 20:00.
We announce themes and other details on our Discussion group.
Meet up dates for 2015
13 July 2015
10 August 2015
14 September 2015
12 October 2015
09 November 2015
14 December ...more
Recent sociopolitical events bring both hope and despair. It seems like the consciousness of people around the globe rises higher than before and at the same time the tyranny and oppression carries on catching up. We think we need to up the game. If the people who make decisions do not stop thinking selfishly and acting ...more
Bells From the Deep is a 1993 documentary by Werner Herzog looking at different spiritual beliefs in Russia. I really enjoyed it. It shows some pretty bizarre things you would never guess were going on! A village private Jesus, ghost invested lake with a city hiding in its bottomless pit, healers, shamans and orphan playing ...more
To begin with I decided to focus on the oil. I read about maceration methods and decided to create oils using both hot and cold maceration. I also experimented with few different alternative ingredients. The last two variables concerned using whole pieces or powdered ingredients and lastly replacing dried with fresh materials where possible. I ...more
I visited Boleskine a few weeks ago. It happened to be first truly warm and sunny weekend, just after the Spring Equinox. I did some sound recordings to capture the ambience and atmosphere of the place.
Boleskine Power Station (click to listen)
Boleskine Forest Brook (click to listen)
Boleskine Ambience (click to listen)
Woodpecker at Boleskine (click to listen)
Dawn Chorus at ...more
My research into Abramelin started in 2009. Firstly I researched different occult and magickal sites and from them I was able to compile a table showing variations between different versions of the book and comparing them to the Holy Anointing Oil of the Bible.
BIBLEGerman French MathersCrowley DehnGuth1981 172517501893191220012006myrrh1 12 1211cassia1100011cinnamon0.50.54240.50.5galangal0000.5101calamus0.50.510010olive oil??3.51.753.50.8750.875
Rejoicing arrival ...more
Macerated Abramelin Oil
I got my first copy of The book of Abramelin as soon as it was translated into English in 2006. I had already read the older translation by Macgregor Matters and became intrigued by the recipies for oil and incense. The idea of being able to recreate the scent inspired me. Reading ...more
We have a lot of snow falling this winter and keeping the birds well fed seem more important than ever. It feels wonderful to observe how they fly all over the garden, chase each other and search for seed, suet and mealworm under the snow.
Last Thursday a flock of fieldfares payed a visit to nibble ...more
I prepare myself for this years celebration of Imbolc and my thoughts drift to how I used to celebrate it according to my countries tradition. Catholic religion refers to Candlemass as the 'Presentation of Jesus at the Temple' but in Poland the name has much more pagan flavour. It derives from large candles called Gromnica ...more