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Elementals and Servitors

Elementals and Servitors

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Elementals and Servitors

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Sep 29, 2012


Elementals and Servitors are energetic beings that are created by a Magician or Witch to perform tasks for them. They have been used in various forms by cultures spanning the globe for centuries. This book gives you the methods to work with them and a practical guide on how to create them. Not only does it discuss this aspect of Magic from the perspective of Chaos Magic, but also presents the Kabbalistic method of Elemental creation, giving you a descriptive means of using the Yetziratic Wheel and taking you through the various launching methods.

Sep 29, 2012

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Lee lives in South Africa with his beautiful wife and daughter. Although he had been interested in the supernatural from his early years as a boy living in Coventry, England where he was born, he actively started practicing and studying Magick and Witchcraft from the year 1995. Although he has a strong leaning toward Anglo-Saxon Heathenry on a religious front, mostly because of his roots, his spiritual and philosophical leanings encompass many paths that people may consider to be diverse. Lee has always been a believer that each path and religion has common beliefs, finding that it is merely the language or interpretation that alters slightly between them. These bridges can be formed and Truth revealed.

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Elementals and Servitors - Lee 'Red Oak' Johnson

Elementals and Servitors

A Practical Guide to Creation of Them and Working With Them

Including methods used in Chaos Magic and Kabbalah

by Lee ‘Red Oak’ Johnson

Copyright 2012 Lee ‘Red Oak’ Johnson

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Table of Contents


The Nature of an Artificial Entity

The Elements


Yetziratic Wheel

Planetary Aspects

Breathing the Elements

Directing the Elements


Feed Me Seymour

The Death Throws

The Golem

About the Author


There is a great deal of interest in the magickal world regarding elementals and servitors. Referred to under different names through different cultures, it would seem that servitors have been worked with by the magician for centuries. In Tibet they are referred to as Tulpa. In British Craft, according to what Paul Huson writes in Mastering Witchcraft, they were called Alraun. In more modern terms, if that is the correct way of putting it, we may see reference to Artificial Elementals. In regards to this, it should be kept in mind that the Elemental is an entity that is created from the natural elements. In regards to the use of an elemental as a servitor, it is a creation of the magician and not a natural occurrence, and so is referred to as an Artificial Elemental, but more on this later.

What is a servitor? Very simply put, a servitor is a being that is created from the Will of the person/magician/witch to perform a specific task or duty for the person who created it. They are there to serve. The term itself can be used for any entity, human or non-human that has the sole purpose in life to serve its Master.

Now, something needs to be said here about this Master/servitor scenario. It is often considered that to have a spirit see you as a Master, it gives you permission to kick the spirit around. This is definitely not so. To be a Master over anything requires control. One cannot control a thing if that thing wishes not to be controlled by you. If you beat a spirit into submission, or a human for that matter, the spirit will not want to serve you, and the first chance the spirit gets to run, it will, and then it may seek revenge for all of the abuse that you would have caused.

An interesting area to look into in regards to this, and where one can learn a great deal about this type of relationship, is in the lifestyles of BDSM and Internal Enslavement. The Master in this situation is someone who loves the slave, who can be trusted so much by the slave, that their life is placed in the hands of the Master, and the Master must live up to this expectation and responsibility. By controlling the slave, the Master allows the slave to unfold in a safe environment where the slave’s true nature can be unravelled with no risk of harm. At the same time, the Master discovers much about his or her own nature and the relationship grows and develops in a safe and trustworthy manner. When we speak of harm in this case, we are referring to harm caused by another or by oneself in a manner, which was not requested or agreed upon. To whip someone who wants to be whipped, is not harm, it is desire. To force someone into sexual congress without their consent, is harm.

To be a Master requires love and respect. You brought this being into existence, gave it life and it is an extension of your own personal power, so to beat it, order it around with no respect, and just plain act like a control freak who is situated at the bottom of the pile instead of leading at the front, is just not acceptable. If you have this type of personality, then I suggest you stop reading this work immediately, as you may bring more harm to yourself than you ever reckoned.

It is simply a case of viewing yourself as a mother or father. You created a being, and that being is dependent on you for a period of time. If you were to control your child, to beat your child, or abuse your child in any way, you would not be a fit parent.

What I am saying here is that a Master is like The Emperor in the Tarot. Kind, respectful, strong, but also stern and in control. Control does not mean beating someone into submission, it means being able to use your skill in order to bring about change in the manner you wish it to be, whilst allowing the tools that you employ to be able to act freely.

And there we have another word that we need to explore in this discourse, freely.

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