Demons of Magick

‘This is the best book on how to work with the demons of the Goetia that has ever been published.’ – EB, Amazon Review

Every day, great evil takes place in this world, because humans decide to commit evil. This evil takes place with no demon being called. Immeasurable acts of kindness and love also take place, without angels ever being involved. An obvious fact, but one that is easy to forget, when occupied by the occult.

Things get even more interesting when you add magick into the mix. Every day, great acts of wisdom, dignity, honour and kindness take place, through working with the power of demons. And every day, angels are called on to pour forth wrath. We, as workers of magick, have the choice to work with any spirits we want, for any result we want. The quality of the magick is down to us, not the entity in question.

It makes perfect sense to fear evil, but the truth about angels and demons is that their magick is neutral. How we use those powers defines whether the end result is for good or evil. You are not evil unless you do evil. You are not good unless you do good. Your actions define you, and the magick you use is neither good or bad. It is power.

Some people who are drawn to ‘dark magick’ may be surprised by how much focus the demonic work places on knowledge, wisdom and other such aspects of self-development. And those who are drawn to lighter magick may be dismayed by angels that commit acts of wrath. Trust your instinct, when you decide what magick to work with. If you have decided that demons are not for you, stay away from demons.

We believe in personal empowerment through supernatural means to uncover and obtain your true desires. Use whatever magick you desire. If these seemingly dark works don’t appeal, there are many other works that will.

In the spirit of these thoughts that we offer up two intriguing and surprising books, both written by Gordon Winterfield. The first of those is Demon of Magick, and the second will appear around mid-June. The books are independent of each other, and can be used separately. This is how we describe the first book:

The magick of demons can lead to a life of success, power and extraordinary peace. Demons will demolish enemies, enrich bold ventures, satisfy material desires, and provide you with wisdom, charisma, healing and persuasive dignity. The beauty of demonic magick is that spiritual growth arises from material pleasure. If these are works of darkness, they bring great light.

Demons of Magick provides you with three rituals for working with the seventy-two demons of Goetia. The first ritual is a way to petition for a simple result. The second method is Connective Evocation, where you sense the presence of the demon, to obtain knowledge. The third method provides you with the instructions for a Full Evocation, with the demon brought to visible appearance.

Each of the seventy-two demons is proficient in several areas, and all of their powers can be used alone or in combination. You have thousands of sophisticated powers at your disposal.

Gordon Winterfield says, ‘My intent in creating this book has been to offer something genuinely original, and unobtainable elsewhere, based on the wisdom of experienced, practicing occultists. I have no interest in peddling the same weary methods that can be found elsewhere. It is therefore unavoidable that the contents of this book will challenge much of what has been said on the subject. The magick in this book is a modernized, workable method, and will violently contradict many beloved theories and beliefs. This book may offend you, but if you are open minded, I believe you will find a method that works for you quite readily.’

You will discover:

The secret Evocation Keys for attracting the demon to you.

The names of 288 angels used to constrain the demons.

144 demonic and angelic seals.

72 colored sigils for working the rituals.

The Ritual Opening that calls on five archangels.

Words of Power for achieving altered states of consciousness.

The safest and simplest methods for evoking demons.

‘Winterfield has synthesized centuries-worth of texts, systems, and theory into a modern compendium and guide. Readable, comprehensible, and usable, this is a contemporary tour de force on the demons of the Goetia.’ – Amazon review

‘I love this book, his work as an occultist, and him as an author’ – Amazon review

‘A comprehensive text, yet clear and totally practical. The best grimoire one shall ever find.’- Amazon review

‘Utterly priceless.’ – Amazon review

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57 Comments on “Demons of Magick

  1. What could possibly delay results/manifestation?

    Once a day, at night, I have been doing the rituals with:
    – Seer: rapid desicion in my favor – last nigth – yet to see results
    – Orias: change heart/mind individual – someone else than above, three days ago, yet to see ro hear results
    – Gaap: group dissent (this one I am not exactly sure because I am not in front of that

    i followed each page, including the north, circular paper in code, everything as described in the pages fo the book… Not sure…

    • Magick can work instantly, but doesn’t always and shouldn’t be expected to or you put yourself under too much pressure and expectation. This can make it collapse under the subconscious doubt you pile on in that state of mind. Norte that Gordon mentions patience frequently. He says, “Even the easiest magick will manifest at different rates…’ and goes on to explain why and how patience is required. You might also want to study the final paragraph of What You Can Expect To Happen, as that shows how patience, along with other aspects of the ritual, are as important as the ritual itself.

      The magick works – there’s no doubt; we’ve already seen lots of stories about it working. We’ve known it works for years, and now we’re seeing to work for others. But if you expect it to work overnight, you might be too anxious to see a result. The anxiety stifles magick. It needs room to breathe. It’s often said that the more patient you are, the faster it happens. So let go of the results and allow them to be when they will be.

      Also, be wary of doing too much magick at once, as this can reduce your focus. It can be tempting to see a solution to all your problems, and then you do everything at once, and it doesn’t get your full attention.

      As Gordon says, ‘It should be said that any request for an urgent response is often met with failure,’ but that if you leave it open, and don’t focus on the timeframe, the magick can work. So don’t write these rituals off – they may still be bubbling away and working their magick, even if the results take days, weeks or more to manifest.

      And finally, I’m not sure if you’re new to magic or have been doing it for years, but if you’re new, your abilities can build, and your ability to accept and allow results can build, so let it progress slowly. When you learn to drive, the first day, you just drive down the street – you don’t take a road trip around the whole country on day one.

      Some useful posts would be these:

      https://galleryofmagick.com/2016/10/20/the-abundance-of-magick/

      https://galleryofmagick.com/2015/07/03/a-rush-of-occult-power/

      https://galleryofmagick.com/2015/08/21/banishing-your-lust-for-result/

      https://galleryofmagick.com/2016/03/10/the-truth-about-magick-that-works/

      Also, I’ve just written a blog post that over this and it should be going up within 24 hours or so, so watch out for that.

      Cheers, Adam.

  2. Hello Adam

    I am taking my time before I do the first ritual.
    It’s mentioned that the petition should be written in the native language. But my native language is hindi which is not easily transcribed with the alphabets. And another thing , I am more comfortable in English than in my native language Hindi.
    I suppose it’s alright to write the petition first in English for me and then convert to the special alphabets. Am I right in my supposition?

    Thank you again for all the responses you have given here.

    Cheers.
    Pippa

    • Hi. Yes, that will be fine. The reason Gordon suggests this is so that readers don’t feel obliged to use English. But if you can, that’s great.

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