[quote=“ashtkerr, post:2, topic:7902”][quote=“Azael, post:1, topic:7902”]Hello everyone,
Due to genuine curiosity I’m interested to see if anyone has ever worked with/had experience with Yahweh. Evoking other Gods doesn’t seem to be an issue, people talk about it on here all the time and I myself have worked with Thoth and Anubis, so from experience it IS possible to evoke a god. Why then has no one posted an experience of evoking the Christian God? Entities within the Christian pantheon evidently exist -having worked with Raphael and Michael I can confirm they are very real and so is their power…lol, so my question is, has anyone ever evoked Yahweh? If so, what were the results?[/quote]
While I have never evoked Yahweh, I was a Christian mystic and I did experience visions of him. He’s a very Saturnian entity, and was definitely initially a tribal deity, whenever we spoke he always declared himself as “The god of Abraham, Isaac, and Israel.”
He’s very much a taskmaster, as Saturnian entities tend to be, but he definitely has a matured feeling to him. As though he had grown in wisdom instead of the traditional understanding of him being an omni-god.
[quote=“Azael, post:1, topic:7902”]Another interesting discussion would be if you were to Michael -for example, about the nature of Yahweh and if he even existed. I consider myself a black magician now, and believe in what I experience, having worked with demons, spirits, Angels and gods I believe in them, but not once has an angel lectured me on praying more or abstaining from sin to please God, neither has a demon warned me that making pacts would ‘bar thee from heaven’ as Mephistoloes says in Faustus. So I guess the real question is, WHERE DOES YAHWEH FIT IN WITH ALL THIS?
Do you think he is a physical entity? Or simply an idea made up by the church?
I’m genuinely interested in the discussion.
Historically, it’s my understanding that Yahweh is a tribal deity, and he wasn’t just worshiped by the Jews, a few other tribes and nations added him to their pantheons. Interestingly enough, Allah was the father god of the old pagan Arabic pantheon, and Yahweh was an addition to this pantheon, meaning to those pagan Arabic, Yahweh was the creation of Allah. This was much before Islam cane around.
Yahweh was a warrior God and his spirit caused men to be better warriors (David, Samson, Gideon, etc.), as well as more skilled at making things (Bezalel and Oholiab). He was one god (an Eloah) among many (the Eloheim). He was not the father god among the Eloheim, El, a Canaanite deity, was.
Much later, when Judaism got exposed to Zoroastrianism, Yahweh became a true monotheistic deity. And his qualities changed drastically to being more in line with Ahora Mazda, and Yahweh lost his affinity for war and his ability to do evil things.
Jesus is seen by Christians to be the true revelation of the Character of God, and everyone in Christianity approach Yahweh through Jesus, who has taken the role of advocate for humanity in order to pacify Yahweh’s rage.[/quote]
Totally Agree with you.
I was myself Before coming to Occultism and the LHP a Christian Mystic, i even Become bery Near to become a Monk,
I had a Lot of Vision of Yahweh and like you said he was Always refering to him as the God of Abraham, Isaac and Israel , He Look and Feel definitly Saturnian .
I agree with you also on the Other things you said .
As Far as Evoking him, it shouldn’t cause you Problem if you have the Right Perception. Many Christian Group Believe that Yahweh is a Universal Spirit , Due to John 4 :24 that say:
''God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth."
But Other like the Mormon Believe that he Have a Physical Form similar to Us.
So if you try to Evoke Him in a Concrete Form, maybe it would be a good idea to Align yourself with the ‘‘Mormon Version of God the Father’’. or other Group with Similar Belief.
Or you can Just Evoke his Presence in your Room and Just Condensed and Structure Him in a Kind of Ball of Light or something different, its up to you.