I don’t know if anyone has seen this mish-mash style- in some cases what is termed “chaos magic” combines things, but in other cases the question of the underlying structure that holds it all together (though it may not be seen).
As example I just viewed the film “The Last Exorcism II” -Good I thought, especially starting out in what I think an Esoterist/Left hand may find the most errie/“horror” … the sense of loss of sense of reality, sensory confusion/memories… but the interesting bit is the very end… Goetic (Abalam) combined with Voodoo vedes (it is in New Orleans) and some Norse Navigation wheels… She starts off a rite saying she’ll contact the Baron S (graveyard ruler), with a Carrefout sign on the wall, and yet says she is “of the right hand”… (diff lines from the Enoch Calls thrown in)
At the end- they are in a salt circle with character in restraints, they feed her "Devil's root" tea.. then an IV of blessed salt water (? or whatever is actually in it) and they say they summon the demon and bind it into a hen and then slay the hen (which they summon and try to bind- shouting.. louder as if that will do it).. of course, things out of control and go downhill from there (and then better :) awakening Reminds me what I liked about the movie Paranormal activity, when the "expert" comes by, says he'll help, and then freaks and leaves saying there is nothing anyone can do... gee way to leave someone. (espec if they are a "client" per an expert) Anyway- not sure if the above is the best example, but the way they combine different traditions, and yet the underlying structure beneath seemed to be Protestant Christainity, but that didn't integrate with the details.. I wonder how often what seems to be Eclectic either is finding an underlying connection, or perhaps is just details above, vs mixingup..
(as in this film: where- “the Lord” “blessed Mary” and Voudon loa and called upon to “battle” Goetic (listed as one of the two supporting L Paimon)
although for Nell- she was “becoming a Living G” (actually referenced that idea in the narrative)