maybe i should’ve specified that i’m not a complete noob on the subject. I’ve a few servitors of my own creation. My interest was on how to make legion/armies of servitors (a bunch of servitors at once) and how to make them self-sustaining and so on. My servirtors have been created one by one and they mostly rely on me to feed them. If i had being more specific maybe your answer could’ve been shorter and more specific also. So my bad.
I’d already seeing most of the links (from outside of the forum) and vids you shared but i’ll check the books some of them had as reference and some of the in-forum links that seen knew to me.
You mention about “Quayos clearly stated that he Uses Energy from Sigils (from other realms and Beings), to create such vast amounts of Spirits as has been requested”" THAT… how does he do that? I had someone mentioning something similar before. That Beelzebub had thought him how to make “a circuit” with both light and dark to balance the servitor… I totally get balancing with light and dark but HOW to do the said “circuit” (or what it would even look like), i’ve no idea.
And here you tell me about the notion of harnessing energies from other realms to make a bigger amount of spirits at once… which i suppose is similar to the circuit idea… and i totally get WHY to do that… But the HOW part is that is that i still dont know.
Like, do i just put a bunch of known spirits’ sigils around the circle where i will draw/trace the sigil of the servitor/legion i’m trying to create (in accordance with the characteristics of spirit/legion i’m trying to create) so they use those other (known) sigils as a doorways to those known spirtis energies and realms? Do i need to open/activate every sigil that i place around?? Do i need to call on every one of those spirits and formally ask them to feed (or allow the servitors to feed on) their energies into the circle/sigil of spirits i’m creating… am i completely off??
If there was an example of that somewhere… that’s the type of knowledge i’m looking for.
I’ll check the books and the in-forum topics tho. So thanks for those.