>The left- and right-side seals are to be placed on either side of a spirit’s seal, to allow for a stronger connection. The “left” actually goes on the right though, and the “right” on the left-side of the sigil. They also need to be rotated so that they are upright.<
That’s how i have them on my radionic machine. The left and right Ark of the Covenant seals beside the Holy Vessel, which is the altartop. I’ve been using them in that way for years, it’s a very powerful connection when you put a candle on top. You can feel the energy. The first time i did that, i ran the machine with a candle burning on those seals for 6 hours. I had no spell or request, i was just running the seals. It affected weather conditions. So the seals work fine.
>The “general citation of moses on all spirits” can also be used, along with the accompanying words of power, as a way to call forth demons without incorporating angels, though I would still suggest using some god-names to reinforce your power and authority.<
That doesn’t add up to me. The General Citation is loaded with godnames and is taken from the Jewish Siddur (prayerbook).
The Faustian Spirit Commando doesn’t call on god or angels, it only has you recite Psalm 91 for protection; Faustian magick forces are malevolent and can ruin your life if you call them wrong. From what i gather, you can get a similar effect if you recite Psalm 129; that Psalm is for spiritual power.
>I’d also suggest adding in a few reversed pentagrams to the sigil to help soften-up reality before the evocation, and depending on the demon you may also want to add a few other elements, such as various Divine names, or if the demon works under another, the ruling demon’s seal.<
You don’t need to do that. To call demons you conjure from the book during an eclipse. You use the Shemhamphorash table with the Generation Seal, and you conjure the 7 familiars Astarte, Astaroth, Aziel, Baalberith, Adramelech, Nisroch, and Aeshma Deva. This is stated plainly in the 7th Book.
>The “citation of leviathan” can also be used, in conjunction with the Angels of Omnipotence, to undergo a radical transformation which will pave the way for a wealthy life. See Wealth Magick for more details on this Omnipotence Transformation.<
Citation of Leviathan? I’ve never considered that before. I can see that working very well, actually.
>The book also contains a much simpler version of the sigil of Aniquel, who can grant you wealth and great honors, bestowing great renown, respect, and gentle awe. The book also contains words of power that are very effective for calling upon the spirit.<
I’ve seen the seal Damon uses, which strips out the Jewish writing on the Moses seal. An even simpler seal is found in Dr. Faust’s Black Raven, or the Threefold Coercion of Hell.
>Before I can suggest this spirit, however, Aniquel asked that I share this message: “I do not work with peasants.”<
With the gotcha being that most magicians who use the 6th & 7th books of Moses are peasants by Aniquel’s standard. The Books of Moses are folk magick, not ceremonial. You’re pretty much guaranteed to be a peasant working this grimoire. Somebody has been pulling your leg a bit, ijs.
>This point was made rather firmly. Approach Aniquel as a peasant, and the spirit will not care to do much for you. Even if you do not yet possess much wealth, as long as you have the mindset of a ruler, Aniquel will work with you, though indeed the spirit works most effectively when you have the material power, that being money, to back-up your mindset.<
After having done some wealth type magick just to test the waters, i think i’m beginning to understand what you mean. Crowley’s statement ’ A King may choose his garment as he will: there is no certain test: but a beggar cannot hide his poverty’ rings true to me.
What that basically means is that you have to be a risktaker when it comes to investing everything into a financial venture. Many times i’ve seen that spirits will ask of you more than you have on you. If you have $500 on you, they’ll ask you for $1000. If you have $1k they’ll ask for $2k. You have to be willing to go beyond your means and trust that they’ll kick in after you have both feet in the water.
>Aniquel can also help you to adopt this mindset, should you seek to acquire it<
From what i understand, the Faustian demons that grant acclaim and wealth are Marbuel and Aziabelis. Aniquel gives business in a minor sense of being luxurious, but is more for love and relationships. So there is a bit of a distinction.
>Aniquel does not request an offering. To help you adopt the mindset of a ruler, however, the spirit did suggest partaking of fine wine and cheese on at least the final day of the working, as these are the delicacies of an emperor. I chose to make a toast to Aniquel, out of gratitude for the assistance in securing my throne.<
That makes a lot of sense. There’s a spirit in Sorceress Cagliostro’s 26 Demons that suggests taking yourself out on a date to a 5-star restaurant, with a quill pen and fine fabric; ordering yourself an expensive meal beyond your means; and speaking in an aristocratic accent, as you draw their seal on the fabric and casually tell them what you want. From what i gather, the proper attitude to have with these spirits is that of doing a business deal among upper class denizens. You can’t approach them as a commoner, you have to find out how the truly rich live and carry the demeanor that you’re already one of them.
That’s a lot harder than you’d think, since most people are completely mistaken about what it means to be rich.