Obviously, you all aren’t in my Demonolatry group. I just wanted to take a little time and describe a little bit of what goes on in my group. This won’t reveal personal workings or private details, but it will give an idea of how I run my group, and how things are taught. Just in case we ever have another opening, and someone wants to apply to fit the spot.
My style of teaching is pretty laid back. I give my students twice monthly or monthly homework, depending on how hard it is, or if there is a special holy day. We try to work together on the Full moons, at least. But we all have different goals. We just project all of our energies into the universe at the same time, in different places. I’m only strict with my students about conduct, the Courtesies, evocation vs. invocation, and the boveda issue. And I give out a pre-approved book list. I do not recommend Luciferian texts, Qayin texts.
The reason why is confusion. These books are NOT Demonolatry. I only recommend these if you are into learning those aspects.
Many Demonolatry books out there are great for beginners. There are lacking books in intermediate/advanced books though. There are a few. But it seems that a lot of Demonolators are armchair magicians. They get the books, show them off and do nothing. Getting a book isn’t going to manifest your desires! I give my students good leeway if they do wish to study Luciferianism or even that Qayin crap. Not on MY time though. Hell, I’m NOT even into Crowley, not one bit. Though I do have a fondness for the Gnostic Mass and the little cakes of light and wine part. It reminds me of a minerval initiation into the OTO. And some similarities are within the Order of the Eastern star. There is a secret Cabbalistic word. And secret handshakes. LOL.
The Santa Muerte rite is progressing pretty well. I’m really excited for my client. I hope he gets a job soon.
Working with her is an absolute delight. She is very understanding. She is like a mascot for the person who is a ‘black sheep’ basically.
And people ask how to get in contact with her all the time/ EASY!!! Build an altar, get a statue, glass of water, incense, and some offerings. Common ones are apples, cigars, cigarettes, strong coffee (black only), and tobacco. Sage just stinks up the whole place. 🙂
The other uncommon thing each of us do is maintain a boveda. That is an altar for the spirits of the Dead, ancestors. We do this because it gives us a better link to the Demons, energizes the ritual, and we get peace with our loved ones because they will often speak to us through the Demons. I just found out that my mom *just* got elevated. I am feeling pretty happy about that. It’s been almost 11 years since she died. This December.
Some people take longer to accept that they are gone. As a Funerary Priestess, that is another part of my job, to see that the Dead are led back to the veil and everything is peaceful.