Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. How To Use The Powers Other editions. Error rating book.

Author:Tukree Gojora
Language:English (Spanish)
Published (Last):26 September 2015
PDF File Size:14.71 Mb
ePub File Size:6.17 Mb
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]

No part of this book may be reproduced without the permission of the publisher. You are about to enter a world of unbelievable power. The staggering potential possible to you through the use of the information to be found within this book is not to be taken lightly. To do so would be more than foolhardy, it would be dangerous in ways some people can barely understand. Understand that this is not some parlor game.

The magicks contained here are not something for bored teenagers to play with when their Ouija boards and Tarot cards no longer amuse. This is a guide to power unimaginable. Take a moment to understand those words. The drawings you now possess are signposts to all worldly desires.

They are the basis for a system of sorcery which both created and destroyed the greatest empires of the ancient world. The drawings contained within this volume date back to 3, B. They are amongst the oldest written human records, cursed and praised things the exact origin of which nobody knows.

All that is known is as follows: they were created, used and maintained down through the millennia by the Yoruba Africans. The deities in them are used to invoke the power of the ancient, but still active Yoruban deities.

The proper term for these gods is "orishas," which translates as "force of light or power. In some aspects they resemble the Egyptian, Greek and Roman gods, in some, the Catholic saints and even the ideas behind the cabalistic Tree of Life. It is a religion which predates all others, and from which these others may have freely borrowed over the centuries. Understand that the drawing spells you are about to work with are as simple and effective as they were at the dawn of human recorded history.

They predate books, scrolls and even alphabets. Their simplicity makes them deceptively dangerous. Do not. The ancients worked on belief. If you believe-truly believe-these drawings will give you power without limit. If you don't think you can handle something, it is certain you can't. Be careful. Be certain. Do nothing out of frivolity. The price of arrogance is destruction.

The symbolic drawings, or signatures as they are called in their native lands, represent the powers of nature. More exactly, they are the Orishas, the spirit forces that manipulate the powers of nature to their own ends. On their own they can sometimes be malicious. Sometimes they will be helpful. They are willful, powerful entities, and must be treated with the proper respect. The powers of the Orishas overlap only in the smallest details. They are jealous spirits and must be invoked carefully.

Some are more powerful than others. Some can influence only certain segments of nature, some can influence them all. One must not concern themselves overly with who the Orisha are, or try to know them in any kind of personal sense.

These forces are known by the following names. But remember, these names are given for you that you might show the proper respect, not try to give orders. These forces are like unto gods. If they notice you and accept your request, it is because you have pleased or amused them. Never think that you are a master giving commands. A provider of health. Reservoir of all that is pure.

Messenger of all the other Orishas. A dangerous spirit, it is the closest of the Orishas to what the Western mind would call the Devil. Guardian of seduction. Lover of money. That which watches over marriage and all the oys of life. Mother of all. The main provider of health, but also of protection. The healer that uses pure love as a shield. Strongly connected with the seas. Bestower of virility.

Keeper of honor. The righteous defender that uses fire and lightning as its terrible weapons. Lord of the attack. The killer. Patron of all laborers as well as the blacksmith of the Orishas. Now, try to remember, as the wise old saying goes, "familiarity breeds contempt. Draw your signatures as instructed. Do as the instructions say. Do not deviate from the formulas as given. Do not try to understand the beings upon whom you are calling. They are all-powerful.

They are unknowable. Call on them for favors, and plead your case carefully. Do not make demands. Be wise in your asking.

Remember, greed, like the love of comfort, is a kind of fear. All of nature abhors fear, and instinctively will attack it. Do not make your callings out of fear or anger. Calm your heart. Ask for what you truly desire. If you allow your passions to control your askings, they you will ask for too much. When this happens, you will no longer be controlled by your passions. You will be the toy of the Orishas. Remember the old saying, "be careful what you wish for, you ust might get it.

There is a single instance where red cloth can be used and wood is still preferred. Either should be as unprocessed as possible. The less ink, varnish, paint, chemicals, et cetera, that make up your magical canvas, the more effective your spell will be. ALL of your drawings should be made with either chalk, crayon or pencil. The only colors used should be white or green. Note that when the word "chalk" is used in a ritual, what is really being called for is crushed egg shell. All signatures that call for chalk should really be made with the powder of crushed egg shells.

Since this is an ingredient that is very hard for most Westerners to obtain or even to make for themselves , chalk can be substituted here.

The casting will not be as effective, and the ritual will have to be invoked for a longer period of time, but it will eventually work. Once any ritual has been completed, before your canvas can be used again, it must be washed clean with rum.

ONLY rum will do. Note: Whenever rum is called for in a signature, it must only be used for cleaning. If no cleaning is required, it must be sacrificed. Also: Remember that any rum, cigars, honey or anything else used in a ritual must be of the finest quality. Do not think of insulting the gods with anything but the best. Also, remember that this is a udgment call-if, for instance, you honestly believe that you have acquired the best cigar in town, even if there is a much better cigar available right next door, the gods invoked will know your intentions.

As long as you honestly believe you have done your best, they will be satisfied. It is unknown in the West and, due to some of its ingredients, can not even be imported into Western countries. However, a personal stone can be used in its place. Not a piece of concrete or a brick, a stone.


How to Use the Powers of Darkness

Centuries ago man understood and controlled forces of unbelievable power. Imagine being able to control those around you. Imagine having sexual powers beyond your wildest dreams. Imagine fearing no one. Imagine having the ability to create your own infinite source of wealth. Imagine wielding the power to bend the laws of nature.



The following statement seems fantastic, but it is undeniably true: Imagine being able to control those around you. Imagine having sexual powers beyond your wildest dreams. Imagine fearing no one. Imagine having the ability to create your own infinite source of wealth.


143801085 How to Use the Powers of Darkness

Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you'll like this book. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. Big news! LibraryThing is now free to all! Read the blog post and discuss the change on Talk. I Agree This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and if not signed in for advertising. Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms.


ISBN 13: 9781556010255


Related Articles