Necromancy can be divided into two main branches:
Divination with ghosts and divination with corpses. The second method has led to the exhumation of corpses and theft of tombs for spooky spells certain wizards and witches considered necessary for the effective performance of the magical arts.
Necromancy is a very old universal practice, that only a brave and experienced sorcerer has any chance to run successfully, always regarded as extremely dangerous, because it involves not only a pact with the devil, but it is believed that the "astral body" has a strong desire to live again and could, by absorbing the energy of life of living beings extend their life indefinitely, therefore unless appropriate precautions have been taken the sorcerer could result in grave danger.
To invoke the dead sorcerer needs to enlist the help of powerful spirits, both for their own protection as to compel the body or ghost to submit to his will. A spell from the ancient Greece appealed to the powers of the powerful Kore Persephone, Ereshkigal, Adonis, Hermes, Thoth, to submit to the dead. According to a ritual described by Seneca, the Roman playwright, the invocation of the dead not only implies a fire but also a blood soaked altar.
Essences and aromas should be used by their powerful influences. Some elaborate preparations include a careful study of the positions of the planets, and the Moon and the influence of Saturn.
The site for necromancy has to be chosen with care, the most favorable is a lonely crossroads, a vault, a ruin, a little haunted forest, or a happy space.
Once you have decided in favour of the procedure, you should draw a series of concentric circles of power on the ground, on which are inscribed crosses and other symbols, together with the Holy names of God. The circle should be blessed and consecrated with the magician and his assistant's standing in its Center, protected by the Holy names of any danger. Then, with wand in hand, the sorcerer calls for the dead to rise, using names of power.
Some sorcerers have suggested the need for some attempt of identification between the living and the dead, such as the presence of a portrait, or a piece of bread that would be invited to the ghost to consume. In his invocation, the wizard calls the dead by name and, if it succeeds, it will face the ordeal of a ghost screaming and farfullando of rage by having been forced against their will to return to the realm of the living. Sometimes the dead appear in forms of furious raging beasts on the circle and threaten to destroy the sorcerer into pieces. Necromancy is not easy thing, as you'll see.
When the dead finally decided to submit to the will of the sorcerer often turns into a naked man who is ready to respond to the questions asked him.
The entire operation is full of terrible dangers, because the slightest deviation from ritual could involve the destruction of the practitioner and even cause injuries in his soul.
Tutorial of necromancy: as invoke a spirit of a tomb
Under normal circumstances, the dead don't come back as ghosts. If they do so there must be a special reason. It follows that if a living person you want to communicate with the dead on their own terms, we need to have more elaborate precautions to magic offers as an insurance against become victim of the righteous anger of the ghosts. In addition, there is always the possibility that summoned Ghost is not anything other than a disguised demon.
The necromancy of cemetery, a specialized branch of the technique, requires a special method.
As the hour of midnight arrives, the sorcerer, having finished the preliminary rites, intones with sepulchral voice:
"The dead rise and come to me!"
Then moves the cemetery spreading the land of the cemetery to its around. To call summoning the dead from the grave he screams:
"Ego sum peto tuo et uidere queo!"
To bid farewell to the dead order them:
"Go Back to the realm of the chosen!"
Some occultists maintain the view that the sorcerer, to call the spirits of the dead, not actually summon the ghost but the astral corpse.
Read also: How to make a pact with the devil
More about necromancyThe use of corpses as ingredients in potions and spells is closely associated with necromancy, and is one of the best-known techniques of witchcraft. A violent death, or any premature termination of life, increases the magical value of human flesh, already then it can be assumed that it contains some element of vitality not consumed within it.
At the beginning of the 16th century was written: "some take a small piece of buried corpse, especially the corpse of a person who has been hung or suffered a shameful death. Fingernails or teeth, hair, ears or eyes... "tendons, bones or meat". The macabre remains, especially the meat of the unbaptized babies demand, was responsible for many looting of tombs. Among the best-known cases involving human flesh in the magic, is the Irish witch, Alice Kytetfy, who was accused of using the hair of a corpse and the skull of a thief in one of his formulas. A MOSS that was growing in the skull of the hanged men were always in great demand.
Say that the ancient necromancy is no longer practiced, would be perhaps rather accelerated. Nowadays even numerous desecrations of cemeteries are held.
Here concludes this article about necromancy. We share this information only for informational purposes, and do not recommend to anyone practicing any of the actions mentioned. Continue browsing this website to learn more about white magic and black magic.