Prayer to Enter Pure Land: Enochian-language prayer for Buddhist results

Yes, I am tiptoeing my Enochian magickal practice into Buddhism again. This time, after a hypnagogic state in which I saw something like unto the Pure Land. Pure Land Buddhism is built around the Buddhist cosmology, and so it may not completely workI’m not an expert in such things, but this inspired me to compose an Enochian-language prayer to enter the pure land. Again, we’re in the realm of “hacking,” or, more politely, “crossover” territory.

A caution upfront: this has yet to be pressure-tested. I’ll come back and update this post with my results.

Another note: this is the first time that I’ve added my translation of “please” to a prayer in a post. Its literal translation is “Let there be to Thee Divine Joy” (note that it would behoove the supplicant to append this shorthand for “please” to my prior posted prayers). The prayer reads:

IEH IAD, CHRISTEOS K’ILSI MOZOD, YOLCI OL A CASASAM MAD PIBLIAR. (“Merciful God, let there be to Thee Divine Joy, to bring me forth in the abiding pure place of comfort.”)

Rather short: and it could be shorter! Yet it this is simple enough to get the point across.

Good luck!

On Whether Enochian is a Religion

It’s pretty easy to look at Enochian as a religion, and honestly, I am wondering whether it’s time to call it that. Jason Louv certainly concludes that this was the angels’ goal: a one-world religion. It fuses communicating and working with angels (angels themselves working on behalf of God), magick (an ability to manipulate reality, in this case via Divine power), and devotion to the Divine. Via the Aethyrs, ultimately (i.e., in LIL), these all fuse with union with the Divine, forever changing the consciousness of the practitioner.

It is the latter of these–a procedure that provides union (i.e., yoga) with the Divine (and therefore the universe)–that gives Enochian its power. This power is frightening and heretical to most Western Christian denominations (I cannot speak to Eastern Orthodox Churches). After all, Jesus has made humanity right with God, provided we recognize him as “the Way, the Truth, and the Life, and no one comes to the Father except by/through” Him (John 14:6). Note that Jesus uses the present tense–not “no one will ever come to the Father,” but “no one comes to the Father.” Am I stretching too much here, inferring too much about what Jesus says about the relationship with God and when? Read on: interestingly, Jesus goes on to say that He is in the Father and vice versa, that he will provide another advocate (i.e., one like Jesus, whom Jesus calls “the Spirit of Truth,” thought in theological terms by most to mean the Holy Spirit), who will be in the disciples. This suggests, frankly, that the Father continues to be in the disciples, giving them union with God. He then continues to say “I am in my Father, and you are in me, and I am in you.” An awful lot of sharing of this Divinity, wouldn’t you say? It’s almost as if union with the Divine is the whole point here.

The frightening heresy to denominations in these verses is that God is in the heart of a believer, yet we are still human. We should not aspire to be Divine, the thinking goes, but some unclear version of similarity with the Divine. To that I say–that’s not how it works, at least in Enochian. In Enochian, you learn the heavenly and, ultimately, Divine nature we already are, after using each Aethyr to slowly peel back ego-based delusion. It is this delusion of the ego that feeds the dependency upon the hierarchy of authority.

How does Enochian fit into the grand scheme of other religions? It’s a different form of esoteric Christianity from Gnosticism in that there isn’t some grand conspiracy of cosmic beings who are keeping us deluded, but rather, our own thinking and ego- and mind-identification. It certainly has a deity, but this deity is systemic to the universe (as shown through its identification with mathematics; this suggest pantheism or panentheism), and we are a part of the universe. It may be trite to say that everything is divine, but the point of Enochian is to learn exactly what that means. It is a “suchness.” It is Tathata. Understanding (Binah) this means learning to let go of other kinds of thinking and being, and instead become what one truly is: divine, in all the glory of divinity. Enochian cosmology has excellent, but probably not always perfect, complementarity with Buddhism and other Eastern traditions. Regardless, I am of the view that Enochian, and specifically the Enochian language in general prayers and in modifications made to the 19th Enochian Call to the Aethyrs, can be used especially well to produce the esoteric attainments or states of these and likely other religions.

If Enochian is a religion, it’s highly personal. It comes from personal revelation and interaction with the angelic and the Divine. For Westerners especially, it’s about knowing your place in the cosmic order (and probably getting therapy). One becomes better aligned with the world and every realm one interacts with, yet this reflects the changes to perspective and therefore one’s reactions, all due to Divine revelation. In this sense, it’s not dogmatic, but it’s also not a mere spiritual practice. It probably belongs as a course in Universalist religions of all stripes. Obviously, this would mean that it is fundamentally compatible with most other religions.

Let me know your thoughts!

Fourth and (Probably) Final Enochian Call to the Rainbow Body, and Prayer for Fulfillment of Same

I had one lingering issue with the call to the rainbow body, and decided to update the call to work on its durability (once again, thanks to Elsewhere for his feedback). The call now begins, “MADRIAX DSPRAF CASASAM MAOFFAS QAA DE MIAM DE TON DAMPLOZ OLPIRT DE OI, A AFFA MANIN, NOIB, MANIN TON-L.”

“O you heavens which live in the abiding, measureless body of the continuance of all variety of light of this, with the empty mind, yea, the mind of All-One [or, ‘All-God.’]”

This will probably be the last iteration, simply because the heaven itself suggested to me that I should iterate no further: this call would be enough to continue to use. Still, it occurred to me tonight that I should probably make an Enochian prayer as well to this same effect:

“ACURTOH! ADGMACH, ADGMACH, ADGMACH! GEMEGANZA!

“NAH IAD, NOIB JAIDA, NOIB MAAH, NOIB AHAH, NOIB L,

“NOIB EXARP, NOIB HCOMA, NOIB NANTA, NOIB BITOM,

“NOIB GALAS, NOIB GETHOG, NOIB THAOTH, NOIB HORLωN, NOIB INNON, NOIB AAOTH, NOIB GALETHOG!

“DRIX, GOHOLOR, OD DLUGAR DS NONCF EOL AZIA ALCHIDAO, AZIA ILS: NOIB, CASASAM MAOFFAS QAA DE MIAM DE TON DAMPLOZ OLPIRT DE OI, A AFFA MANIN, NOIB, MANIN TON-L.

“TORZU, ZACAR, OD ZAMRAN, CASASAM MAOFFAS QAA DE MIAM DE TON DAMPLOZ OLPIRT DE OI, A AFFA MANIN, NOIB, MANIN TON-L, OD SOLPETH OD PURAN eL A TON, OD LZIRN DE PELE!”

This is one of the mutual actions on the part of oneself and the Divine: God (via many names) is asked to “bring down, lift up, and give” the abiding rainbow body, and the magician then exhorts the rainbow body to “arise, move, and appear” and finally to “hearken and see God in All, and the wonders of God [the wonder-worker].” I always feel that there is something to composing these prayers from both perspectives of the giver and the gift, or how both heaven connects toward earth, and earth will connect toward heaven.

I’ll try it out and report back.

Updated Rainbow Body Enochian call; Addition of empty mind Enochian call

This post has been updated: here is the latest iteration.

I continue to mix-and-match Eastern concepts with Enochian techniques because I believe that at the core of these traditions is the same structure of reality. In my last post on the topic, I called upon a specific part of heaven, but I decided to change it after doing some chanting to Padmasambhava. My preparation was to do the Supreme Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram (I modded to add invoking-spirit pentagrams after banishing all 5 elements). This was followed by an Expanded Middle Pillar ritual (of my own devising) to call all four Kabbalistic worlds using the correspondences 776 1/2. Finally, I did a Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Hexagram, followed by a Greater Invoking Ritual of the Hexagram of OM. Because this is beyond the Tree of Life proper (i.e., associated with Ain, Ain Sof, and Ain Sof Aur), I chose to use the “color” of clear for drawing both the hexagram and the Sanskrit word–similar to the camouflage effect from Predator (but in a good way!), or heat vision waves as seen in Smallville.

The new call is phrased:

MADRIAX DSPRAF MAOFFAS QAA DE TON DAMPLOZ OLPIRT DE OI, A MANIN DE AFFA OLPIRT…[complete remainder of the call to the Aethyrs]. (“O you heavens which dwell in the measureless garment (body) of all variety of light of this, in the mind of empty light”).

I dropped the “of me” in favor of “of this” (sidestepping ego issues by referencing “me” in the call). I also linked the rainbow body to the clear light mind.

There was a nascent sense of the actualization of the lesser rainbow body afterward; this is uncharted territory for me. The vision included eclipse imagery (note the date; I was comfortable doing this magick because this was aimed at the supernals), but also Christian imagery. The message was that the cross was not to be thought of in the vertical position, to lift up the sacrifice, but rather the horizontal (emphasizing the accepting of the fulfillment of the law, so to speak). From this horizontal cross emerged a being, or perhaps a scaffold, which resembled me, who locked in around me. There was a shift, but the shift seemed to be one of awareness, as well as a subtle body shift.

I was told at the end to use a separate call for the clear mind itself, which was much simpler (and more directly referring to Ain):

MADRIAX DSPRAF AG (NOIB, AFFA MANIN)… (“O you heavens which dwell in nothing (yea, the empty mind)”).

This evoked a very peaceful state of the clear mind and I recommend trying it out.