Figuring out your true name


#1

As all of you know, e.a.'s true name is archaelus. I have been searching for the method through the complete works that he used to find it but I can’t seem to find it… Does anyone know how to figure this out or know where e.a. speaks of it in his books?


#2

I’m pretty sure he said that he discovered it through a few sessions of automatic writing.


#3

^What Virdon said.

EA goes into it briefly in Mastering Divination automatic writing segment.


#4

EA told me my true name in a dream, I’m not saying what it is here because I don’t want anyone I don’t know evoking my godform. I actually think the indevidual I talked was the real EA, because he referred to himself as Archelous. If Ea happens to be reading I don’t suppose if you remember this or not?

http://becomealivinggod.com/forum/general-discussion/interesting-dream/


#5

From what I understood through reading “Questing After Visions”, it was revealed to him by his HGA during the attainment of the Knowledge and Conversation upon the completion of the Abramelin Operation.


#6

Archaelus was a name that I discovered when I was about 18 and was starting to make some marks in the occult world. I discovered it through automatic writing, in three sessions. I only later discovered the significance of the name in biblical reference.

As far as appearing in dreams… if I come to you in a dream, there’s a reason that it occurred that way and not in open forums. So, let’s not discuss that which occurs at the crossroads anywhere other than at the crossroads.


#7

Its funny that this conversation concerning dreams is just now taking place, because I recently had a dream about EA–the only I’ve ever had–but the details are a bit murky.


#8

He didn’t tell you your name did he? Maybe you shouldnt answer that though since it looks like this might be something that needs not be talked about at the moment.


#9

No, I didn’t get any name–and I’m not sure that I’d accept any name from someone else anyway. My Destiny is my Destiny, and my Name serves me and me alone.