Introduction & My experiences with Prince Orobas

Alright let me first start by saying I’ve had business with the Great Prince Orobas for 20 years now.
My first experience was using the goetia, I did the best I could with the ritual bit not having a teacher to teach me the oral tradition all I had was the grimiore.
Despite my fumblings Prince Orobas came immediately and asked why I called him.
I have him the charge and license to depart per the book.
I was going through a hell of a time with work, transportation and money at that time in my life. I asked him to grant me dignity. I needed a whole life makeover. I was truly desperate.
Within the allotted time of ten days I was gifted a new car, got a good job and had my own private business begin to take off giving me plenty of cash.
The pact I made with him is that I would speak well of him before man and God. That’s what this post is, a tribute to Prince Orobas.
In the next two decades I learned other less offensive ways to call Prince Orobas, without using Goetic ritual.
I have never felt in danger from this spirit and he has always been true to me. A real friend when I was lost and lowly.
To this day our pact remains and it shall always remain in effect. I strongly recommend contacting Prince Orobas if you need help. He’s true and faithful. Just one warning, never try to decieve him. He knows all things. If you don’t intend to keep your bargain you might just lose your life and that’s real talk. Also, when you call him into your home or temple, treat as if you are being visited by foreign royalty because that’s what he is. He deserves to be treated with courtesy and respect. That’s all for now I hope this post helps others who are contemplating a conjuration.

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Hi @anon25000386 please introduce yourself in the new magician help and introduction section. It is a rule that everyone gives an introduction so that we know a little about the new members

This will actually be the start of a series of short posts I intend to write on the subject.

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I think this is good enough for an introduction :+1:

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He didn’t help me.

Prince Orobas is a champ!

@anon25000386 I’ll edit your title a bit and I’ll put it into the intro section.

So, are you practicing for 20 years overall now or do you have a longer experience? :slight_smile:

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I’m sorry I didn’t do that earlier. I’ll do it now thank you.

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Really? That’s very unusual. Were you asking something in his sphere of influence?

Yes I’ve been a practicing ceremonial magician for two decades.

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Thank you, this is one of the ways I fulfill my end of our pact.

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Yes 20 years of following the path and as you well know there’s never a dull moment.

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Let me clarify that, I don’t consider myself an adept just a student.

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If I remember correctly, when I first spoke to him, I asked him to teach me how to summon demons better. The second time, so that he can help with the astral senses. I also asked Orobas to answer a question about astral feelings, but he pretended that he had some important things to do and left without answering.

My first time I had a terrible time hearing him. His voice is very soft . I understand what you mean.
As far as him not helping you I’m not sure what to say, I’d recommend Franz bardon, initiation into hermetics to build your astral hearing and seeing.

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Huge respect :smiley:

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Thanks but again I still consider myself a student With ALOT to learn. I will say it’s nice to be accepted warmly by my peers. Also not sure it matters but I definitely consider myself a Left hand path kind of magician. Also I’m certainly not an arm chair mystic I believe practice is the only way forward.

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You must have had some cool mentors. It’s also refreshing that you don’t call yourself an adept after all those years, but then we are all students eternally reaching for Godhood.

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I couldn’t have put it better myself. Bravo.

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I’m liking this forum and it’s people already.

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Btw I was always taught that the moment you consider yourself an adept, you aren’t one.

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