Self-Recharging Orgone Servitors! *evil laugh*

Whenever I plan to create a little magickal servant (called a servitor by those who “has the majiks!”), I keep on bumping into the dilemma of a power source, and a place for them to go back to when they are not doing anything for me. You see, I’m a lazy person, I admit to that, and with work and a turbulent lovelife and everything else in my beginning-to-get-really-crazy life, I really don’t have time to feed a magickal pet.

But, the implications of a neglected servitor on one’s life could have a variety of harmful ways to show its deformed, desperate-for-attention head. It could be anything from the random pen or phone getting misplaced or lost for some reason, all the way to full-on hauntings and disturbances that would need the help of a mystical heavyweight to deal with it. The concept is not a bit unlike a pet dog forced to rummage through the dumpster to look for food.

Except its a semi-intelligent (or fully-intelligent *gasps*) being made from a fragment of your being that could do more damage to you and your family than just littering the yard around with trash.

That though, doesn’t say that having a semi-intelligent construct to do important tasks for you is not gonna help you in any way either.

So, just hours ago, browsing the internet randomly, after stumbling half-drunk and half-asleep into Gordon’s blog at, I read this post that made a reference to Orgone Energy.

Orgone energy, this was the term that Dr. Wilhelm Reich used to describe what scores and scores of mystics, occulitsts and magi before him have been aware of for millenia, and have worked with to bring about change in their immediate environment or themselves. He caled it Orgone from the word ograsm, which he claimed to have detected using a galvanometer during experiments he conducted with patients while they experiencing pleasure.

From his research, he devised an orgone accumulator, which consisted of a large, telephone-booth sized box where people would sit on a platform made from alternating wood and metallic plates. This would serve to function as an accumulator of nearby energies and radiate it outward in a brief envelope of condensed energy.

Do you see where this is going? *wink*

Yeap, you got it right, that’s how we’re gonna power ‘dem servitors with energy condensed by an orgone accumulator.

Credits to Gordon for this, I copied this got the inspiration from his post about Ambitious Metaphysics.

Intended effect, less Archmage, More Geek

You’ll need a jar or any glass container, cotton wool, aluminum foil, the servitors sigil and an item related to it (one that could fit the glass container.)

You start with placing alternating layers of aluminum foil and cotton, until you fill arlound three-fourths of the glass container, foill first and then cotton on the last layer.

Then put the servitor’s sigil on the accumulator, along with their corresponding item.

And then Wham! Bam! Magick the heck out of it and bring the servitor to life! (I “summon” them, but it’s highly personal)

And then put it somewhere where there is little to no people in it for any extended period of time (Prolonged exposure to Orgone activity drains energies from you, unless you are near the energetic field where it radiates its gathered energy into.)

And there you have it. You may want to create a short “enn”, a brief mantra calling upon the power of your servitor, in order to have them come to your side and do your bidding.

I have still yet to try this technique, but it looks pretty promising. I’m gonna make sure to try it out by the end of next week.

Keep you guys posted with the results.

The Black Nazarene, Thoughtforms and Talismans

Today, January 9, wass the annual Feast of the Black Nazarene, where thousands and thousands of devotees came to pay their respects and worship towards the venerated image, deemed to be miraculous by many of my people. Over the years, there are dozens of true to life stories where people were healed, saved and countless other testimonials. And, yes, I would say that the image does have power, but not because it’s the physical representation of a holy figure… But because it’s a gigantic talisman housing the cultural thoughtform of a suffering people.

It all started as a business as usual image that would be transferred here to the Philippines as part of the galleon trade route from Acapulco, Mexico, to Manila, but the ship it was on was set on fire after getting hit by lightning while on route. The whole ship was an epic charred pieces of destruction, but “miraculously”, only the image survived, but with the white skin surface darkening from the burns and soot. It was all the rage because of that incident, practically drowning out St John the Baptist’s presence in his own basilica!

Other than popularity due to “miracle”, another reason why the Filipino people revere and venerate the image so much is because of how much they relate to it as a people. Every lash, wound and scar corresponding to their 333 years of Spanish oppression and subsequent overlords, the terrors of WWII and internal tyranny. He is the classic example of the suffering hero. He became the hero of the people.

Now, imagine all of the mental and emotional energy those thousands release everyday, culminating on January 9, all those suffering in the unbearable heat, suffocating crowds and danger to life and limb, all of it for the sake of an image that’s not even the original statue. From any chaote’s point of view, that would slowly but surely create a thoughtform powerful enough to be able to affect the requests of its devotees, it creators.

A thoughtform by the way is a complex mental object created by repeated concentration by a person or group of persons. The same effect can be seen with talismans, where the effects can be effected by a mage of sufficient skill, or a totem, where a group of people continually charge it. It would need a physical base in order to anchor the thoughts of the participant/s.

Yeah, yeah, you can see what’s goin’ on here… ^ _ ^

The Black Nazarene is a gigantic cultural talisman of epic proportions!

Think of all the testimonies, think of all the people whose hopeless medical or financial situations have been gradually solving themselves ever since they touched the image or even wiped a towel on its wooden surface. One could simply say that’s its a fluke of fate, coincidence- but that’s exactly the thing! Everything is probably, and when a mind (especially devoted ones) puts a one-minded effort to something, without desire, without “lust of result”, probability just gets all warped and wonky. (besides, i really dont believe in coincidences.).

Viva Senor Hesus Nazareno!!!
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