Unvaried personal gnosis, I`m going to put it to the test. Tonight, during a weak storm the visions seamed a bit stronger and more vivid than average. They even told me that I should speak to them during a bigger storm, that the atmosphere being alive with the electrical disturbances helps to thin barriers between dimensions. I also know that I personally have a passion for storms, so I have not ruled out my personal romanticism for this information. Regardless, I will be fortunate enough to test that theory tomorrow night during a seemingly much larger storm. I am introspective on the idea that I have felt much more clear headed and balanced, even under stress lately. I`m sure looking at life from opposing angles has helped that. I lean heavily toward linear and direct thought and action most of the time. Now, I am brainstorming other ways to pursue some multiple angle thinking after I wrap these workings up.


Basic Ritual Outline:

Banish with the LBRP

Charge system with Middle Pillar or similar

Invocation of the God, (Highest possible aspect of self)

Evocation of Michael to the right hand with charges for protection and binding should the lower aspects of Satan from popular culture appear.

Evocation of Satan to the left hand side.

Charge to both Spirits to make an accounting to me of the most important things they have observed in my kingdom. Time spent in reflection to receive their messages.

Charge to Satan to go forth and give challenges and tests to all who have put conscious intent into getting in the way of my Higher Will. Rewarding them with blessings for correcting their actions or severe corrections for any further interference.

Charge to Michael to go forth with protections and boons for all who have supported and aided my Higher Will. Michael always being dismissed second after Satan has left the space, just in case.

Banish with LBRP. (Some don’t think it nice to banish after angel work, but in this case of dealing with muddled energies and opposites of sorts, best to go back to neutral and go on to other tasks.