[quote=“Uru, post:6, topic:5354”][quote=“Euoi, post:4, topic:5354”]I was talking about in relation to that book. It was a commentary on the book. You shouldn’t be using necromancy to get into contact with a psychopomp. You should already have that relationship established.
You won’t find any book out there that will teach you full necromancy. Everything out there is very flawed. I’ve yet to read to any book I’d recommend to a beginner without a teacher physically present to guide them through the b.s.[/quote]
I’m currently reading " Yoga of Power " , it says Shiva the Destroyer, but I’ve read on a thread on here Shiva is a good Psycopomp to work it in MayaShakti.[/quote]
This is a bit outside the box,but would Yama,the judge of death,be a good psychopomp if you’re interested in going towards the more exotic Indian entities?
Now,I am not a necromancer.OK,scratch that,I don’t know the first thing on necromancy(I’ve only called on a shade once in my life),and I’m not the person whom you should be considering to be a guide.
You know,out here,cemeteries are built into mosques,and mosques with cemeteries,are in the middle of the town.The home where I live in,is literally between a cemetery and an allegedly haunted house(coolest place ever right ;)),and so you will find that cemeteries aren’t that isolated.
An imam,usually patrols the cemetery at night,and lets any believers stay there,in order to bring themselves closer to the dead.Since this place was a warzone 20 years ago,fresh corpses are still within those tombs.However,few people really get through the night without sleeping.
In my youth,when I was but a lad(still a lad,though :P) I found myself doing just that.Sleeping…at a cemetery…with my uncle and an old hajji…
And while at the time I could certainly not comprehend the fullness of the experience,I can guarantee you that a more experienced me would love to repeat it!
But,I doubt there’s a mosque with a cemetery where you live…basically,they say sympathy for the deceased is brewed though this.
This year,on the memorial,while everyone prayed before graves of the deceased in war,I entered a Theta-Gamma sync,called out to the dead,and simply told them,I wanted to tell them that I cared for them,and that they may rest in peace.
No sooner did I say so,did I feel cold,and immobile.I could literally see myself,in the flames of war,and fires of destruction.While I was not a necromancer,nor was I connecting to the dead closely enough,the experience did brew sympathy within me for their suffering.
And that,I think is one of the good things to come out of necromancy.By understandings who others were,you can better understand yourself.By knowing their limitations and their limitlessness,you can know your own limitations and your own limitlessness.
But yeah,it seems like a crazy path to walk,which is why I’m not pathworking it…