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Conjuration of Seven

The "Conjuration of the Seven" is a ritualistic invocation used in spiritual practices to call upon powerful spiritual beings for protection and to ward off malevolent entities. This ritual is deeply rooted in esoteric traditions and is considered a high-level theurgical practice, often associated with Gnosticism and ceremonial magic.

The ritual involves invoking the names of seven archangels and other divine entities, each associated with specific protective powers. Here’s a breakdown of some of the key elements:

  1. Raphael: Called upon for his healing and protective qualities, often seen as the head of the angelic physicians.

  2. Samael Tzabaoth: Invoked as the lord of armies, commanding legions of warriors and angels. This invocation asks for protection against entities like Andrameleck, a fallen angel associated with ego and pride​ (Glorian)​​ (Glorian)​.

  3. Zachariel and Sachiel-Meleck: These angels are associated with Jupiter and blessings, invoked for their obedience to divine will​ (Glorian)​.

  4. Shaddai and the Pentagram: The divine name Shaddai, along with the pentagram symbol, is used to ward off demonic entities like Lilith and Nahemah​ (Glorian)​.

  5. Orifiel and the Genii: Orifiel commands other angelic beings to drive away entities like Moloch, who is often associated with child sacrifice and other dark practices​ (Glorian)​.

The conjuration emphasizes the duality between light and dark, good and evil, and the constant struggle to purify oneself from negative influences. It also touches on the necessity of personal purity and chastity to align oneself with these higher spiritual forces.

For more detailed information, you can explore the original sources that delve deeper into the specifics of each invocation and the historical and spiritual context behind the ritual​ (Glorian)​​ (Glorian)​.

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