Starting today, I am going to be participating in a 30-day challenge organized by the Strategic Sorcery members. The previous 30-day challenge (which I ended up not taking part in because of other engagements) was about doing a different kind of magic every day for 30 days. This time, it’s all about doing the same spell/ritual/practice every day for 30 days. People have come up with all kinds of great ideas for this challenge. The Headless Rite (with or without the 4 Kings) as well as a month of devotion to Juno have been really popular choices.
I too initially wanted to do the Headless Rite with the addition of the 4 Kings (as described in Gordon White’s Chaos Protocols ) for this challenge. This month however is going to be a busy month and I’ll be away a few times for different engagements and I’ll most likely be sharing a room with other people, so chances are that doing the Headless Rite for 30 days will prove impossible, unless I truly do want to draw everyone’s attention and have the room to myself because I freaked people out and no one wants to be alone with me anymore 😛 . Recently though, it has come to my attention that there are some big inner changes required to take place in order for me to accomplish some of my goals. I decided to take advantage of this challenge to work on that.
So, starting today and for 30 days, I’ll be doing 100 repetitions of Lucifer’s enn daily and I will also be working with Wolf & Goat’s Oil of the Bound Chest that I recently received in the mail. The combination of those two may seem a little weird to some, but they are actually a great choice for this purpose as they shed a very different kind of light on this situation and bring different perspectives to the table, that when combined, will hopefully facilitate the inner changes I’m aiming for.
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