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An Elemental Meditation on the Gods

Virael_

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I want to propose a meditation on the Gods based on the elements. The aim is to connect to the Gods and meditate on the elements, and to make these frequencies one's own.

The meditation consists of vibrating the names of the Gods 3 times, while holding the mudra of X element.

One starts with Satan, holding the Akasha mudra for the Ether.
Then proceed with the Gods having Earth element, holding Prithvi mudra.
Water with Varuna mudra.
Fire with Agni mudra
Air with Vayu mudra.

When you are done, you make affirmations, pertaining to your purpose or rooting a connection.

Each name should be vibrated three times and then you move on to the next.
It is also possible to concentrate the meditation on only one element, for this you vibrate the name of Satan while holding the Akasha mudra, and then proceed by vibrating only the names of the Gods that have the desired element, holding the right mudra.
You have to direct this on yourself.

The order of the names of the Gods is alphabetical, as I had made a selection to see what their elements were.

While the order of the elements is:
-Ether (origin of the other elements)
-Earth (first chakra)
-Water (second chakra)
-Fire (third chakra)
-Air (fourth and fifth chakras)

Below I will leave the pictures of the mudras, and the table for orientation with meditation, with arrows indicating the order.

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Surya mudra is the one for fire, in these mudras the fingers should be as straight as possible and the circles as round as possible.

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Enjoy! Hail Satan!
 
For the statements, I thought of something like:

"I am completely rooted in the Earth Gods, in the healthiest and most positive way for me now and forever".

"My first chakra is completely rooted in the Earth Gods, in the most healthy and positive way for me now and forever".

These are to be recited after completing the vibration of the names of the Gods with the Earth element.
Then proceed with water, and in the affirmation, reference will be made to water and the second chakra.
So on for the rest.

When you have finished vibrating all 74 names, affirm three times:
"My body, mind and soul, are completely connected and rooted to the Gods of Hell, in the healthiest and most positive way for me, now and forever".

The other statements I made only 1 time.

For a more physical effect try the statement 6 times:
"I am flesh of your flesh and blood of your blood".

I am still experimenting, but I have had good results with this meditation and with these affirmations.
I will continue and see what results I get in 40 days.

I will add two things:

-Is there a file where I can find the exact pronunciation of the names of our Gods?

-I made 3-5 posts on the forum, but only got notification of this one, is this a bug?
 
I had the intuition, that before starting, it is appropriate to recite a prayer, I think the Invocation to Satan used in the Standard Ritual is fine.

Then you recite it to yourself three times:
"Ong namo guru dev namo".
(The beginning mantra of a Kundalini Yoga session)

-Meditation and vibration of the names

-Then one recites 3 times:
"Satnam"
(The closing mantra of a Kundalini Yoga session (I invite you to search for information on this opening and closing))

-Thanksgiving and Hail Satan!
 
Did you make the Demonic elemental chart? I noticed Baalzebul was placed with fire but he’s associated with air element (thunder) in every pantheon he can be identified in. I’ve personally felt his energy before and it’s definitely Air.
 
Havoc said:
Did you make the Demonic elemental chart? I noticed Baalzebul was placed with fire but he’s associated with air element (thunder) in every pantheon he can be identified in. I’ve personally felt his energy before and it’s definitely Air.
You can focus on the air element when you vibrate its name if you wish.
If you wish you can also vibrate all the names by concentrating only on the element ether, the arrangement I have put is taken from what I have read on JoS, taking into consideration only the first element written for the Gods that have dual elements.
 
The order of the elements is wrong.

:arrow: thumb: akasha (and Venus) A
:arrow: index finger: fire/Agni (and Jupiter) Sa
:arrow: middle finger: earth/Prithvi (and Saturn) Ta
:arrow: ring finger: air/Vayu (and Sun) Na
:arrow: pinky: water/Jala (and Mercury) Ma

You make the elemental mudras by joining the thumb/akashic fingertip with the fingertip of the finger relating to the relevant element. For example, the thumb joins with the index for the fire element mudra.

Vira_ said:
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"Ong namo guru dev namo".

-Then one recites 3 times:
"Satnam"

These mantras are corrupted. The first one is a watered down version of Aum Namah Guredeva Namah which, in turn, is a corrupted version of Aum Guruave Namah, the Jupiter square mantra. Since you want to use it as opening for a kundalini yoga session, then you may want to use the spiritual Jupiter square mantra: Aum Guruave Svaha.

The second one is watered down as well. It's SATANAMA, not Satnam.

Hope this helps.
 
Despite some problems with the material used here I think this is a good idea. I have invoked the Gods before in order to get empowerment from their elements and think a methodology sound way to do that would be good for people less confident in their abilities.

Maybe get with some people to work out the kinks in method?
 
Stormblood said:
Thank you for your suggestions, they are accepted, as meditation can always improve.

Are you sure they are corrupt? Satnam means truth is my name, it is also used in kundalini yoga, I have always used it in yoga and it has had a good effect.
Then "ong namo guru dev namo", it is a formula whereby one bows down to one's higher self, and at the same time one connects to this golden chain of which the ancestors who practised yoga were a part, up to the Gods themselves.

For mudras, I always used them in the way I wrote above, to feel the element and to meditate on it, and it always gave me results.

Try to elaborate more on why they would be corrupt or powerless.
 
Vira_ said:
Stormblood said:
Thank you for your suggestions, they are accepted, as meditation can always improve.

Are you sure they are corrupt? Satnam means truth is my name, it is also used in kundalini yoga, I have always used it in yoga and it has had a good effect.
Then "ong namo guru dev namo", it is a formula whereby one bows down to one's higher self, and at the same time one connects to this golden chain of which the ancestors who practised yoga were a part, up to the Gods themselves.

For mudras, I always used them in the way I wrote above, to feel the element and to meditate on it, and it always gave me results.

Try to elaborate more on why they would be corrupt or powerless.

It is as Stormblood says, the mantra's are exactly as he explains, watered down versions of the mantra's with actual power. Think for a moment what such a mantra tries to accomplish?

First, "ong", where is the power in that? It doesn't activate energy channels or Nadi's, instead it has a closed effect, which is negative for the flow of energy or consciousness.

"Namo", is indeed just a watered down and corrupted version of Namah, which is the word of power for Name or Title or to mean the being of something. "Namo" holds none of the power that Namah has, and is used in the same context here, except that you would be wasting time vibrating it.

Guru - Dev, basically a generic title for the enlightened one, but abbreviated and thus watered down. The one who teaches the way to the truth, in other words, it can refer to Deva, which is the Enlightened one, and also the Deimon in Greek, which is also the shining one and enlightened one. It is a title for any being considered ascended, when used in the proper context.

However, there are stronger words for this, and even "regular" SaTaNaMa does the same thing, except it is countless times more powerful, as one directly invokes Satan himself as the ultimate Truth of All things, the root of Creation in the actualized form of the 4 elements that make up material manifestation.

Therefore, rather than this mantra, indeed you can use SaTaNaMa by itself, and you will have much greater effects.


This "technique" you propose for how this mantra is used, is also false. One can do that sort of technique without mantra, and just by bowing your head to Satan and your ancestors in thanks and realization, it is nothing special. One can do this through the consciousness and the self realization in reflection upon the inner microcosm and the outer macrocosm.

As for the bowing to the higher self, why would one bow to the higher self?

My Higher self would slap me for bowing to him, because, why would I bow to myself?? He is infinitely higher than me, but he is still me. There's many things he'd slap me for, this is definitely one of them.

Connecting to the higher self comes through raising the current self to higher states of consciousness where one opens up to the higher self that exists out of reach of the present self normally, this comes too from realization of the current self and understanding the existence of the higher self.

Bowing your head to him isn't going to help there, but spiritual practice will, especially with a righteous and strong heart that aims towards elevation and enlightenment.

Your higher self needs your present self to open up to spiritual advancement and to higher knowledge, to learn and advance as a being towards the Godhead, so your current self gets to approach the higher self out there and eventually the present self becomes the higher that you look up to now and which exists out there.


As a blood dedicated SS, one would already be part in a far deeper and direct sense to the greater consciousness of all those who are on the spiritual path to ascension and enlightenment, both of other people on the path past, present and future, but also the Gods who are far above.

The dedication ritual is your connection into this sphere, and into this web of fate in the most direct way possible. To connect deeper, one should do the God rituals, to directly invoke Them and begin to comprehend Them, and all they rule over, which build within the soul a foundation to understand all things and reach Truth that nothing else can accomplish.


What I mean by this is, we have methods that far surpass the ordinary things available elsewhere. So, to us, none of these mantra's or things are very special or interesting, neither do they mean so much as is attributed to them by many.
 
Voice of Enki [JG said:
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Thank you for your reply.
I propose then Aum ×1 SATANAMA ×3 at the beginning and end, until perhaps we find combinations to make them more powerful.

Do you know anywhere online where they explain Sanskrit grammar well? I for one know that "Ya" at the end of a word is used to direct, I thought that "Ha" or "El" could activate and empower a word or concept since "Ha" stands for Sun and therefore light, and "El" means light.

I tried to include more passages and customs because I personally need something more tangible, otherwise it remains too abstract.
 
Stormblood said:
The order of the elements is wrong.

:arrow: thumb: akasha (and Venus) A
:arrow: index finger: fire/Agni (and Jupiter) Sa
:arrow: middle finger: earth/Prithvi (and Saturn) Ta
:arrow: ring finger: air/Vayu (and Sun) Na
:arrow: pinky: water/Jala (and Mercury) Ma

You make the elemental mudras by joining the thumb/akashic fingertip with the fingertip of the finger relating to the relevant element. For example, the thumb joins with the index for the fire element mudra.

Yes exactly that's how I knew it. And when you put your thump on top of a finger, (not joining the tip of them, but putting the thumbs tip on top of a finger as it shows in the Vayu mudra) that would decrease that certain element (and convert it back to ether)?
 
Voice of Enki [JG said:
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Thanks for your support. I can even add more reasoning.

The thumb is the finger that can connect to all other finger, just like the akasha connects to all other elements. The akasha literally holds together all other and connects them. The middle finger cannot do this easily and appropriately.

Akasha is assigned the letter 'A' because A is the mother of all letters. It's the beginning letter of the alphabet, the alpha. Vowels help to fully express the power of consonants, allowing you to fully pronounce them as well, just like the akasha is a primer for all other elements. The akasha is were all elements begin and all elements return to.

Sounds in Sanskrit are divided in 3 groups, each associated with a major realm of existence: vowels for the causal realm, semivowels and sibilants for the astral realm, and consonants for the material realm. Each realm is also associated to a concept with planets for the vowels, elements for semivowels and zodiac signs for consonants. This can be seen in the Ancient Greek alphabet as well where the 7 vowels (alpha, epsilon, eta, iota, omicron, omega) relate directly to the elements, then you 5 consonants for the elements and the last 12 for the Zodiac signs.

Fingers are ordered according to the lifecycle represented by SaTaNaMa which is regular. It doesn't jump from place to place like a lower, unruly mind. So, you have the index finger first after the thumb with Sa that represents birth. It is a cerebral letter, belonging to the sibilant group. All cerebral sounds are of the fire element, while sibilants are specifically the sounds of the serpent/kundalini whose sexual force is the origin of life. The index finger sits on the Mount of Jupiter. The index finger is used to point at things and, in rituals, to direct energies.

The middle finger is usually the longest and the hardest, sitting on the Mount of Saturn. Ta- life. Ta is a dental consonant, meaning it's of the element of Earth like all dental sounds. Your physical life is what allows advancement and it does so because it provides a structured environment where to progress. Without structure, no progress can be made because energy just scatters into all directions. As you live, you age. The concept of time ruled by Saturn.

The ring finger is the next, sitting on the Mount of the Sun. Na- death. Na- is a palatal consonant and all palatal sounds are of air. This finger traditionally holds the wedding band. Wedding is a type of relationship, and all relationships are ruled by the element of air. Libra in particular is the expression of the air element ruling weddings. For the purpose of this explanation, the Sun is here as the natural ruler of the 5th house, love.

The pinky is the final finger, sitting on the Mount of Mercury. Ma- rebirth. Mercury is the divine child in alchemy, born of the union of Sun and Moon. This can also be seen in its which is made of 3 elements, starting from the bottom: a cross representing a balanced soul, a circle representing the Sun, and a crescent/horns representing the Moon. One you metaphorically die in the Nigredo stage of advancement, you are reborn as the Divine Child, Mercury. Ma- is a labial consonant and all labial consonants are of the water element. The water element is intimately linked to rebirth as water is the element of rejuvenation and healing. There are Chinese myths were people drinking dew from the Immortal Tree could achieve immortality. This is akin to the female elixir produced by the pineal gland, which rejuvenates your body and grants immortality. Water is also considered the weakest element, which is why the pinky finger is the smallest one.

Holding different joints in the fingers also has different effects, as each joint is associated with a specific Zodiac sign, as you can see in palmistry. It doesn't change its element, just the Zodiac sign you would be working with.

Unrelated, the whole palm is called the plain of Mars and then at the bottom of it you have another Mount ruled by the Moon, which all your fingers can touch except for the thumb.
 

That is.. simply beautiful.

So would using Sata-nama in the basic spinal series would be more effective?
What can you say about Satya Namah? It looks like the "y" brokes this whole concept of elements?
 
AFODO said:

That is.. simply beautiful.

So would using Sata-nama in the basic spinal series would be more effective?
What can you say about Satya Namah? It looks like the "y" brokes this whole concept of elements?

I use Satanama in the basic spinal series. I know of others who use it.

I haven't used Satya Namah. Maybe some other veteran members know something about it.

I can speculate it adds more air to the mantra but more from astral point of view rather than the material one. I don't know. What I said about SaTaNaMa barely scratches the surface. There are more things to say about each syllable, like we know how Ma is related to the crown chakra. There's a lot of things I still don't know.
 
Voice of Enki [JG said:
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First, "ong", where is the power in that? It doesn't activate energy channels or Nadi's, instead it has a closed effect, which is negative for the flow of energy or consciousness.
I don't know where the other person got the mantra they posted but there is a mantra that HPS Maxine had posted that had the "ong" part in it. The mantra was
"Ek Ong Kara SaTaNaaMa Shiri Vhaa Guru "
She said that these mantra releases energy and spins the chakras while also praising Father Satan!
 
Voice of Enki [JG said:
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First, "ong", where is the power in that? It doesn't activate energy channels or Nadi's, instead it has a closed effect, which is negative for the flow of energy or consciousness.

If you don’t mind. What’s your take on this Mantra then?
https://www.ancient-forums.com/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=89296&p=473418#p473418

It’s the reply quoting karnonos.
Similar to the enochian keys, whereas the power is in what’s said not so much the mantra itself? I’m curious
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

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