So I just finished my daily ritual, and decided to share the experience.
Today I summoned Purson in order to find out more about him, Demons, Gods, and some other things. Now, prior to this ritual, I knew almost nothing about Purson, and I purposely avoided information on him (aside from what’s in the Lesser Key of Solomon, and that he might be Horus) for a very good reason. In another ritual, King Paimon had told me to summon an entity I barely know about (the only thing I should know is whether or not they match my “attributes”), so that my prior knowledge, prejudices, etc, do not shape the entity in a certain way. The experience is supposed to be “untainted.”
Anyway, I had called out to Purson until he arrived, which was relatively quick. His voice somewhat loud, deep, and masculine, and his presence was a mix of command, what I can best describe as, order. Some sort of harmony, I suppose (Insert Law & Order joke). And his form was as a humanoid lion in black robes. Anyway, enough of my rambling, here are the questions:
Me: Are you Horus?
Purson: Yes, Horus was once my name. Yet you now speak to the beast of the abyss, in the eyes of my enemies.
Me: What do you mean by “the beast of the abyss?”
Purson: All things come from the abyss, the empty blackness. But I was no beast. I used to be revered as a God. I was one of the oldest Gods of humanity. My enemies, however, have denounced me as the beast.
Me: Are you the first beast? The one that the number 666 refers to?
Purson: Partially. You must understand the number refers to many things, and that the beast is simply an inversion. My enemies create inversions.
Me: I see. Can I call you Horus instead of Purson then?
Purson: Certainly. In the end, it matters not what you call me. You know who and what I am, and I shall come every time.
Me: I’ll still refer to you as a Demon, though. Do you mind?
Purson: No, Demon is not a derogatory term. It’s vague. Only my enemies consider it derogatory.
Me: Ah, alright. By the way, what are demons? (million dollar question)
Purson: To know a Demon, you must know a God, and to know a God, you must know man.
Me: Can you be more specific? A lot more specific.
Purson: It’s simple: Gods are created in the image of man, sometimes animals, and sometimes both. Demons are created in the image of God.
Me: So are you saying that all Gods are thoughtforms made by humans? Humans didn’t discover Gods, but created them?
Purson: Yes, and no. Man discovered natural forces that can aid him, so he created Gods and spirits in order to describe them, and more importantly, use them to empower him.
Me: Hm, this is usually the answer I get when I ask this question.
Purson remained silent.
Me: Oh, you said “empower him,” are you saying this was the original relationship between humans and spirits?
Purson: Indeed. And it’s not just a bond between man and spirit, but man and nature. Do not fight nature, respect it, and you shall reach great heights.
Me: I see.
Purson: Do you have any more questions?
Me: Actually, yes. What is your relationship with Set? Do you hate him?
Purson: No, we are two sides of the same coin. I represent Order, Set represents Chaos.
I also asked some private questions, which I won’t share. But, anyway, this was my experience with Purson/Horus. To those who have worked with him in the past, is this how he is like? Does it somewhat match your description of him? I honestly have no idea, because I approached this entity with barely any knowledge on him. Not to mention that there’s a possibility that “Purson is Horus” thing I stumbled upon accidentally might’ve influenced this encounter a whole lot.
Do let me know your thoughts/experiences.