What is enn?


#1

Hi all

I read this in a few threads and I am not sure what it means?

Is there a enn for Bael?

Thanks

G


Lilith's Enn
#2

Look into the books of S. Connolly her books of Daemonalotry is full of them. Yes, there is an enn for Bael but I’m far too lazy to go find the book and look up the enn. If no one else does it before me I’ll get around to it today.

Enn’s are chants in “demonic toungue” similar to the Enochian calls.


#3

Joyofsatan.com has a huge list of enns.


#4

E.A. performed an evocation of B’ael here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mz96pGnWb4o

He used the following Enn to summon him:

#4. To Summon Forth

“Etsel Mala’kel

Test’zel Sam’tan’el

Itz Retz Nama’tel

Itz Hel Asta’Rel

Kama’Kala, Kama’Kala

Kama’Kala Satan’el

(Spirit) Kama

(Spirit) Kala

(Spirit), Kama’Kala Vel.

Me Vaskalla

Me Solvalla

Me Res’Alla Ah’tan’tel

(Repeat several times, as a conjuration of any spirit)

http://www.becomealivinggod.com/newsletter/4-incantations-to-conjure-limitless-power.php

I don’t think it’s specific to B’ael, but that’s what he used.


#5

Supposedly enns have only been found among long standing demonolatry families until people like Connolly made them public, although some people contest this. Is it true? I don’t know, and I don’t care, because they are very powerful regardless, and they work for me.

Check out http://demonolatry.org and their download section, they should have all of them there. “Ayer Secore On Ca Ba’al” is for Bael.


#6

[quote=“blacklamb, post:5, topic:2844”]Supposedly enns have only been found among long standing demonolatry families until people like Connolly made them public, although some people contest this. Is it true? I don’t know, and I don’t care, because they are very powerful regardless, and they work for me.

Check out http://demonolatry.org and their download section, they should have all of them there. “Ayer Secore On Ca Ba’al” is for Bael.[/quote]

Thanks!


#7

[quote="-TWF-, post:2, topic:2844"]Look into the books of S. Connolly her books of Daemonalotry is full of them. Yes, there is an enn for Bael but I’m far too lazy to go find the book and look up the enn. If no one else does it before me I’ll get around to it today.

Enn’s are chants in “demonic toungue” similar to the Enochian calls.[/quote]

I wish I had her book! Anyone has a PDF for me to use at the moment?

Thanks,

G


#8

Gnosis, that’s not an enn. Enns have a general look to them that is easily recognizable. They almost never have apostrophes for instance, which is actually more common in Koetting’s invocations and Lovecraft’s Cthulhu language.
Furthermore, enns are one liners. Maybe two, possible four (The Rege Leviathan chant is in the enn language if I recall correctly).


#9

[quote=“Euoi, post:8, topic:2844”]Gnosis, that’s not an enn. Enns have a general look to them that is easily recognizable. They almost never have apostrophes for instance, which is actually more common in Koetting’s invocations and Lovecraft’s Cthulhu language.
Furthermore, enns are one liners. Maybe two, possible four (The Rege Leviathan chant is in the enn language if I recall correctly).[/quote]

Yea, I’ve been using Purson’s enn and it’s very short (Ana Secore Ca Purson). I didn’t think E.A.'s was a ‘technical’ demon specific Enn but that particular one is used for the purpose of summoning forth, that’s all I meant.

Thanks for the clarification


#10

Do apostrophes, when used in these contexts, represent a glottal stop (like you’d hear in someone saying “Uh-oh!” where the hyphen is), or are they just used to denote a break or short pause within two sections that are still considered one word?

Please pardon the ignorant question, I haven’t worked with these yet.