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CHAPTER XVI (Part II)

Of the Charge to the Spirit:
With some Account of the Constraints and
Curses occasionally necessary
I
On the appearance of the spirit, or the manifestation of the force
in the talisman which is being consecrated, it is necessary to bind it
by an Oath or Charge. A spirit should be made to lay its hand
visibly on the weapon by whose might it has been evoked, and to
swear obedience and faith to Him that liveth and triumpheth, that
reigneth above him in His palaces as the Balance of Righteousness
and Truth1 by the Names used in that evocation.
It is only then necessary to formulate the Oath or Charge in
language harmonious with the previously announced purpose of
the operation.
The precaution indicated is not to let oneself sink into ones
humanity while the weapon is extended beyond the Circle. Were
the force to flow from it to you instead of from you to it, you
would be infallibly blasted, or, at the least, become the slave of
the spirit.
At no moment is it more important that the Divine Force should
not only full, but radiate from, the Aura of the Magician.
II
Occasionally it may happen that the spirit is recalcitrant, and
refuses to appear.
Let the Magician consider the cause of such disobedience!


1. [A slight paraphrase from the first Angelic Key of Dr. Dee. Sloane MS. 3191
has sware obedience and faith to him that liueth and triumpheth, whose
begynning is not, nor ende cannot by; which shyneth as a flame in the myddst of
your pallace and rayngeth amongst you as the ballance of righteousness and
truth.]

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[133]


MAGICK IN THEORY AND PRACTICE
[134]

It may be that the place or time is wrong. One cannot easily
invoke water-spirits in the Sahara, or salamanders in the English
Lake District. Hismael will not readily appear when Jupiter is
below the horizon.1 In order to counteract a natural deficiency of
this sort, one would have to supply a sufficient quantity of the
proper kind of material. One cannot make bricks without straw.
With regard to invocations of the Gods, such considerations do
not apply. The Gods are beyond most material conditions. It is
necessary to fill the heart and mind with the proper basis for manifestation. The higher the nature of the God, the more true this is.
The Holy Guardian Angle has always the necessary basis. His
manifestation depends solely on the readiness of the Aspirant,
and all magical ceremonies used in that invocation are merely
intended to prepare that Aspirant; not in any way to attract or
influence Him. It is His constant and eternal Will2 to become one
with the Aspirant, and the moment the conditions of the latter
make it possible, That Bridal is consummated.
III

The obstinacy of a spirit (or the inertia of a talisman) usually
implies a defect in invocation. The spirit cannot resist even for a
moment the constraint of his Intelligence, when that Intelligence is
[135] working in accordance with the Will of the Angel, Archangel and
God above him. It is therefore better to repeat the Invocations than
to proceed at once to curses.
The Magician should also consider3 whether the evocation be
in truth a necessary part of the Karma of the Universe, as he has
stated in his own Oath (See Cap. XVI, I. 2). For if this be a delusion,
success is impossible. It will then be best to go back to the beginning,
and recapitulate with greater intensity and power of analysis the


1. It is not possible in this elementary treatise to explain the exact nature of the
connexion between the rays of the actual planet called Jupiter and the Jupiterian
elements which exist in various degrees in terrestrial objects.
2. Since this Knowledge and Conversation is not universal, it seems at first as if
an omnipotent will were being baulked. But His Will and your will together make
up that one will, because you and He are one. That one will is therefore divided
against itself, so long as your will fails to aspire steadfastly.
Also, His will cannot constrain yours. He is so much one with you that even
your will to separate is His will. He is so certain of you that He delights in your
perturbation and coquetry no less than in your surrender. These relations are fully
explained in Liber LXV. See also Liber Aleph vel CXI.
3. Of course this should have been done in preparing the Ritual. But he renews
this consideration from the new standpoint attained by the invocation.

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Oath and the Invocations. And this may be done thrice.
But if this be satisfactorily accomplished, and spirit be yet disobedient, the implication is that some hostile force is at work to
hinder the operation. It will then become advisable to discover the
nature of that force, and to attack and destroy it. This makes the
ceremony more useful than ever to the Magician, who may thereby
be led to unveil a black magical gang whose existence he had not
hitherto suspected.
His need to check the vampiring of a lady in Paris by a sorceress
once led FRATER PERDURABO to the discovery of a very powerful
body of black magicians, with whom he was obliged to war for
nearly 10 years before their ruin was complete and irremediable, as it
now is.
Such a discovery will not necessarily impede the ceremony. A
general curse may be pronounced again the forces hindering the
operation (for ex hypotheosi no divine force can be interfering) and
having thus temporarily dislodged them for the power of the God
invoked will suffice for this purposeone may proceed with a
certain asperity to conjure the spirit, for that he has done ill to bend
before the conjurations of the Black Brothers.
Indeed, some demons are of a nature such that they only
understand curses, are not amenable to courteous command:
a slave
Whom stripes may move, not kindness.1
Finally, as a last recourse, one may burn the Sigil of the Spirit in [136]
a black box with stinking substances, all having been properly
prepared beforehand, and the magical links properly made, so that
he is really tortured by the Operation.2
This is a rare event, however. Only once in the whole of his
magical career was FRATER PERDURABO driven to so harsh a
measure.



1. [Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act. I, scene ii, slightly paraphrased.]
2. The precise meaning of these phrases is at first sight obscure. The spirit is
merely a recalcitrant part of ones own organism. To evoke him is therefore to
become conscious of some part of ones own character; to comm and and constrain
him is to bring that part into subjection. This is best understood by the analogy of
teaching oneself some mental-physical accomplishment (e.g. billiards), by
persistent and patient study and practice, which often involves considerable pain
as well as trouble.

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IV
In this connexion, beware of too ready a compliance on the part
of the spirit. If some Black Lodge1 has got wind of you operation, it
may send the spirit, full of hypocritical submission, to destroy you.
Such a spirit will probably pronounce the oath amiss, or seek in
some way to seek to avoid his obligations.
It is a dangerous trick, though, for the Black Lodge to play; for if
the spirit come properly under your control, it will be forced to
disclose the transaction, and the current will return to the Black
Lodge with fulminating force. The liars will be put in the power of
their own lie; their own slaves will rise up and put them into
bondage. The wicked fall into the pit that they themselves digged.
And so perish all the Kings enemies!
V
The charge to the spirit is usually embodied, except in works of
pure evocation, which after all are comparatively rare, in some kind
of talisman. In certain sense, the talisman is the Charge expressed
in hieroglyphics. Yet, every object soever is in a certain sense a
talisman, for the definition of a talisman is: something upon which
an act of will (that is, of Magick) has been performed in order to fit
[137] it for a purpose. Repeated acts of will in respect of any object
consecrate it without further ado. One knows what miracles can be
done with ones favourite mashie!2 One has used the mashie again
and again, ones love for it growing in proportion to ones success
with it, and that success again made more certain and complete by
the effect of this love under will, which one bestows upon it by
using it.
It is, of course, very important to keep such an object away from
the contact of the profane. It is instinctive not to let another person
use ones fishing rod or ones gun. It is not that they could possibly
do any harm in a material sense. It is the feeling that ones use of
these things has consecrated them to ones self.
Of course, the outstanding example of all such talismans is the
wife. A wife may be defined as an object specially prepared for
taking the stamp of ones creative will. This is an example of a very


1. [This is a technical term for a body of Magicians of which the person using the
term personally disapproves.]
2. [A particular type of golf club.]

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complicated magical operation, extending over centuries. But,
theoretically, it is just an ordinary case of talismanic magick. It is for
this reason that so much trouble has been taken to prevent a wife
having contact with the profane; or, at least, to try to prevent her.
Readers of the Bible will remember that Absalom publicly
adopted Davids wives and concubines on the roof of the palace, in
order to signify that he had succeeded in breaking his fathers
magical power.
Now, there are a great many talismans in this world which are
being left lying about in a most reprehensibly careless manner.
Such for example are the objects of popular adoration, as ikons and
idols. But, it is actually true that a great deal of real magical Force is
locked up in such things; consequently, by destroying these sacred
symbols, you can overcome magically the people who adore them.
It is not at all irrational to fight for ones flag, provided that the
flag is an object which really means something to somebody.
Similarly, with the most widely spread and most devotedly
worshipped talisman of all, money, you can evidently break the
magical will of a worshipper of money by taking his money away
from him, or by destroying its value in some way or another. But,
in the case of money, general experience tells us that there is very
little of it lying about loose. In this case, above all, people have [138]
recognised its talismanic virtue, that is to say, its power as an
instrument of the will.
But with many ikons and images, it is very easy to steal their
virtue. This can be dome sometimes on a tremendous scale, as, for
example, when all the images of Isis and Horus, or similar motherchild combinations, were appropriated wholesale by the Christians.
The miracle is, however, of a somewhat dangerous type, as in this
case, where enlightenment has come through the researches of
archologists. It has been shown that all the so-called images of
Mary and Jesus are really nothing but bad imitations of those of Isis
and Horus. Honesty is the best policy in Magick as in other lines of
life.

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