There’s a reason why I categorized this as “Chaos Magick.” That’s because the gods I’m about to list are from video games! Sounds dumb and implausible? Maybe, but just think about this: If Lovecraftian entities work, why wouldn’t these? After all, great effort has been put into the designs, voices, character/personality, and story of these gods.
Now then, I’m sure you’ll find that these gods happen to represent the very same things some “actual” gods do. Think of them as different masks of the same force, yes?
Gods of Sacrifice:
Charnel is a god of death, vampirism, and necromancy first and foremost. Summoning demons is also one of his specialties. He is also called the God of Slaughter, and torture. From a Chaos Magick perspective, this god could, theoretically, assist you in baneful work (potent death curses and vampirism), necromancy, and even evocation. Just listen to his majestic voice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UmSgwAaQXk
Stratos is the god of air, knowledge, and elemental magic. He’s also a god of the amazing voice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPEdUuIgYQw (seriously, the voice acting in this game is godlike - pun intended)
Daedric Princes of The Elder Scrolls Series:
- The Prince of deceit, secrecy, conspiracy, treason, and unlawful overthrow of authority
2) Hermaeus Mora
- The formless Daedric Prince of knowledge and memory, seeks to possess all that is knowable
3) Mehrunes Dagon
- The Prince of destruction, violent upheaval, energy, and mortal ambition
4) Molag Bal
- The Prince of domination and spiritual enslavement, seeks to ensnare souls within his domain
- The Prince of the night and darkness, the patron of all things secretive
Just compare these attributes to some of the ‘real life gods,’ and see for yourself. These names could very well be other faces for the same forces the ‘real life gods’ represent.
If you don’t mind, let me know if you actually tried evoking one of these, and of course, which one you evoked.
PS. No, I didn’t list all Sacrifice Gods or all Daedric Princes. I did this because the others aren’t as relatable to ‘real life gods’ as these ones are.