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CHAPTER II

The Formulae of the Elemental Weapons

Before discussing magical formul in detail, one may observe
that most rituals are composite, and contain many formul which
must be harmonized into one.

The first formula is that of the wand. In the sphere of the
principle which the magician wishes to invoke, he rises from point
to point in a perpendicular line, and then descends; or else,
beginning at the top, he comes directly down, invoking first the god
of that sphere by devout supplication1 that He may deign to send the
appropriate Archangel. He then beseeches the Archangel to send the
Angel or Angels of that sphere to his aid; he conjures this Angel or
Angels to send the Intelligence in question, and this Intelligence he
will conjure with authority to compel the obedience of the Spirit and
his manifestation. To this Spirit he issues commands.

It will be seen that this is a formula rather of evocation than of
invocation, and for the latter the procedure, though apparently the
same, should be conceived of in a different manner, which brings it
under another formula, that of Tetragrammaton. The essence of the
force invoked is one, but the God represents the germ or beginning
of the force, the Archangel its development; and so on, until, with
the Spirit, we have the completion and perfection of that force.

The formula of the Cup is not so well suited for Evocations, and
the magical Hierarchy is not involved in the same way; for the Cup
being passive rather than active, it is not fitting for the magician to
use it in respect of anything but the Highest. In practical working it
consequently means little but prayer, and that prayer the prayer of
silence.2


1. Beware, O brother, lest thou bend the knee! [It should not be necessary to
further explain this remark to those whom it most concerns.] Liber CCXX teaches
the proper attitude. See also Liber 370 [Appendix VII, p. 404]. Infra, furthermore,
there is special instruction: Chapter XV and elsewhere.
2. Considerations which might lead to a contrary conclusion are unsuited to this
treatise. See Liber LXXXI. [Crowleys novel The Butterfly Net, a.k.a. Moonchild.]

The formula of the dagger is again unsuitable for either purpose,
since the nature of the dagger is to criticise, to destroy, to disperse;
and all true magical ceremonies tend to concentration. The dagger
will therefore appear principally in the banishings, preliminary to
the ceremony proper.

The formula of the pantacle is again of no particular use, for the
pantacle is quite inert. In fine, the formula of the wand is the only
one with which we need more particularly concern ourselves.1

Now in order to invoke any being, it is said by Hermes Trismegistus that the magi employ three methods. The first, for the
vulgar, is that of supplication. In this the crude objective theory is
assumed as true. There is a god named A, whom you, B, proceed to
petition, in exactly the same sense as a boy might ask his father for
pocket-money.

The second method involves a little more subtlety, inasmuch as
the Magician endeavours to harmonize himself with the nature of
the god, and to a certain extent exalts himself, in the course of the
ceremony; but the third method is the only one worthy of our
consideration.

This consists of a real identification of the magician and the
god. Note that to do this in perfection involves the attainment of a
species of samdhi; and this fact alone suffices to link irrefragably
magick with mysticism.

Let us describe the magical method of identification. The
symbolic form of the god is first studied with as much care as an
artist would bestow upon his model, so that a perfectly clear and
unshakeable mental picture of the god is presented to the mind. [18]

Similarly, the attri butes of the god are enshrined in speech, and
such speeches are committed perfectly to memory. The invocation
will then begin with a prayer to the god, commemorating his
physical attri butes, always with profound understanding of their
real meaning. In the second part of the invocation, the voice of the
god is heard, and His characteristic utterance is recited.

In the third portion of the invocation the Magician asserts the
identity of himself with the god. In the fourth portion the god is
again invoked, but as if by Himself, as if it were the utterance of the
will of the god that He should manifest in the Magician. At the
conclusion of this, the original object of the invocation is stated.

Thus, in the invocation of Thoth which is to be found in The
Rite of Mercury (Equinox I (6)), and Liber LXIV, the first part begins
with the words Majesty of Godhead! Wisdom-crowned TAHUTI!
Thee, Thee I invoke! O Thou of the Ibis Head! Thee, Thee, I invoke;
and so on. At the conclusion of this a mental image of the God,
infinitely vast and infinitely splendid, should be perceived, in just
the same sense as a man might see the Sun.

1. Later, these remarks are amplified, and to some extent modified.


The second part begins with the words:
Behold! I am Yesterday, To-Day and the Brother of Tomorrow.
The Magician should imagine that he is hearing this voice, and at
the same time that he is echoing it, that it is true also of himself.

This thought should so exalt him that he is able at its conclusion to
utter the sublime words which open the third part: Behold, He is in
me, and I in him! At this moment, he loses consciousness of this
mortal being; he is that mental image which he previously but saw.

This consciousness is only complete as he goes on: Mine is the
Radiance, wherein Ptah floateth over the firmament! I travel upon
high! I tread upon the firmament of Nu! I raise a flashing flame,
with the lightning of Mine Eye! Ever rushing on, in the splendour
of the daily glorified Ra: giving my life to the Dwellers of Earth!
This thought gives the relation of God and Man from the divine
point of view.

The Magician is only recalled to himself at the conclusion of the
[19] third part, in which occur, almost by accident, the words: therefore
do all things obey my Word. Yet in the fourth part, which begins
Therefore do thou come forth unto me, it is not really the
Magician who is addressing the God; it is the God who hears the
far-off utterance of the Magician. If this invocation has been
correctly performed, the words of the fourth part will sound distant
and strange. It is surprising that a dummy (so the Magus now
appears to Himself) should be able to speak!

The Egyptian Gods are so complete in their nature, so perfectly
spiritual and yet so perfectly material, that this one invocation is
sufficient. The God bethinks him that the spirit of Mercury should
now appear to the Magician; and it is so. This Egyptian formula is
therefore to be preferred to the Hierarchical formula of the Hebrew
with its tedious prayers, conjurations, and curses.

It will be noted, however, that in this invocation of Thoth which
we have summarized, there is another formula contained, the
Reverberating or Reciprocating formula, which may be called the
formula of Horus and Harpocrates. The Magician addresses the
God with an active projection of his will, and then remains passive
and silent while the God addresses the Magician. Again in the third
part the deified Magician addresses the Universe and in the fourth
part remains silent, listening to the prayer which arises therefrom.

The formula of this invocation of Thoth may also be classed
under Tetragrammaton. The first part is fire, the eager prayer of the
Magician, the second water, in which the Magician listens to, or
catches the reflection of, the god. The third part is air, the marriage
of fire and water; the god and the man have become one; while the
fourth corresponds to earth, the condensation or materialization of
those three higher principles.

With regard to the Hebrew formul, it is doubtful whether most
magicians who use them have ever properly grasped the principles
underlying the method of identity. No passage which implies it
comes to mind, and the extant rituals certainly give no hint of such
a conception, or of any but the most personal and material view of
the nature of things. They seem to have thought that there was an
Archangel named Ratziel in exactly the same sense that there was a
statesman named Richelieu, an individual being living in a definite
place. He had possibly certain powers of a somewhat metaphysical
orderhe might be in two places at once,1 for example, though even [20]
the possibility of so simple a feat (in the case of spirits) seems to be
denied by certain passages in extant conjurations which tell the
spirit that if he happens to be in chains in a particular place in Hell,
or if some other Magician is conjuring him so that he cannot come,
then let him send a spirit of similar nature, or otherwise avoid the
difficulty. But of course so vulgar a conception would not occur to
the student of the Qabalah. It is just possible that the magi wrote
their conjurations on this crude hypothesis in order to avoid the
clouding of the mind by doubt and metaphysical speculation.

He who became the Master Therion was once confronted by this
very difficulty. His will was sufficiently informed by common
sense to decide to teach man The Next Step, the thing which was
immediately above him. He might have called this God, or The
Higher Self, or The Augides, or dhi-Buddha, or 61 other
things2but He had discovered that these were all one, yet that
each one represented some theory of the Universe which would
ultimately be shattered by criticism for He had already passed
through the realm of reason, and knew that every statement
contained an absurdity. He therefore said: Let me declare this
Work under this title: The obtaining of the Knowledge and Conversation of the Holy Guardian Angel, because the theory implied in
these words is so patently absurd that only simpletons would waste
much time in analyzing it. It would be accepted as only a convention, and no one would incur the grave dangers of building a
philosophical system upon it.

1. He could do this provided that he can travel with a speed exceeding that of
Light, as he does. See A. S. Eddington, Space, Time and Gravitation. Also: what
means at once?
2. [61 plus the four examples given = 65, the numeration of ynda.]

With this understanding we may rehabilitate the Hebrew system
of invocations. The mind is the great enemy; so, by invoking
enthusiastically a person whom we know not to exist, we are
rebuking that mind. Yet we should not refrain altogether from
philosophising in the light of the Holy Qabalah. We should accept
the Magical Hierarchy as a more or less convenient classification of
[21] the facts of the Universe as they are known to us; and as our
knowledge and understanding of those facts increase, so should we
endeavour to adjust our idea of what we mean by any symbol.

At the same time let us reflect that there is a certain definite
consensus of experience as to the correlation of the various beings
of the hierarchy with the observed facts of Magick. In the simple
matter of astral vision, for example, one striking case may be quoted.

Without telling him what it was, the Master Therion once recited
as an invocation Sapphos Ode to Venus before a Probationer of
the AA who was ignorant of Greek, the language of the Ode.

The disciple then went on an astral journey, and everything seen
by him was without exception harmonious with Venus. This was
true down to the smallest detail. He even obtained all the four
colour-scales of Venus with absolute correctness. Considering that
he saw something like one hundred symbols in all, the odds against
coincidence are incalculably great. Such an experience (and the
records of the AA contain dozens of similar cases) affords proof
as absolute as any proof can be in this world of Illusion that the
correspondences in Liber 777 really represent facts in Nature.

It suggests itself that this straightforward system of magick
was perhaps never really employed at all. One might maintain that
the invocations which have come down to us are but the ruins of the
Temple of Magick. The exorcisms might have been committed to
writing for the purpose of memorising them, while it was forbidden
to make any record of the really important parts of the ceremony.

Such details of Ritual as we possess are meagre and unconvincing,
and though much success has been attained in the quite conventional
exoteric way both by FRATER PERDURABO and by many of his
colleagues, yet ceremonies of this character have always remained
tedious and difficult. It has seemed as if the success were obtained
almost in spite of the character of the ceremony. In any case, they
are the more mysterious parts of the Ritual which have evoked the
divine force. Such conjurations as those in the Gotia leave one cold,
although, notably in the second conjuration, there is a crude attempt
to use that formula of Commemoration of which we spoke in the
preceding Chapter.




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