Any one is working with “The Black Witch: A Grimoire of the Demonic Tongue” by Enoch Petrucelly? It looks like an amazing work but never see one talk about it. Any practical experience or suggestion?
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Second, i believe The Black Witch has just been released so no one would have any experiences to share.
My experiences with the daemonic tongue have been ongoing for the past year. It is something one has to delve into and embrace as the Ancients give you the ability to form those words while communing with you.
The more I have experienced it with Amaymon and Belial, the more power I feel is released.
I was very interested to hear about this book and experiences shared as well within. I look forward to reading it.
Oh yes i saw the interview … on my long list of must havesss
I am a little confused about the pronunciation in the book. Hope there will be some videos about it soon.
Such a serious work definitely should be put in a must have list.
I gave it a looksee it’s worth checking out. Plus E.A. has put his books on Kindle Unlimited eligible and that book too.
It’s a little hard to read as the author isn’t as strong of a writer as the other authors commonly affiliated, but if you can get passed the weak writing and errors from lack of proof reading, there’s definitely some information worth checking out which is the important part.
summary: I expected the writing to be a lot more polished but the information is worth every dollar, definitely makes up for the writing.
I recommend you to try the Daemon tongue chants
It’s one of the most fascinating books I’ve read. I’m about half way through it right now. Just reading through it now to get the gist of everything and then I want to start working with each Qlipha and the evocations one by one. Any experiences people are having or tips people have right now would be awesome to hear!
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I bought the book and find it incomplete. The language verbs seem to only deal with changes to one self and not others and the outside world. Maybe the change of one self is his paradigm of magick but it is hard for me to follow.
The greatest missing section is a sample of the 25 most common spells in the same way one teaching Spanish would have how to order a burger, beer and ask where the bathroom is at.
If I have missed that section please direct me and I will apologize accordingly.
I sense the innate talent, the book just needed to be fleshed out better.