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    Default invoking shub niggurath

    I am working on a magical compendium of sorts and am looking for a rite to summon shub niggurath to bring lovers into one's life or provoke lust. I know they exist but can't find any.
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    Indeed. That's how I access Azathoth. He is a part of me. But elaborate please.
    <3 VIRAL (By the way, is the Azathoth/ mainframe rite copywrited? Think I can use it without having to change it?)
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    Default Shub Niggurath

    Hey just summon Pan, whatever Shub Niggurath thinks makes for a good mate is probably not what anyone wants for themselves before the Elder Gods rise and devour all.

    Here; old good invocation if Crowley's thing is too long and badly written for you;

    Io Pan
    Io Pan Pan
    Io Pangenitor
    Io Panphage

    Cannabis(after crowley) gets you on the trajectory to Pan's plane (#23) but you should meditate on the color blue and the Hanged Man greater arcana to get there, if you feel yourself your liquid, you're almost there.

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    Shub would be one to summon but be careful i would make sure you at least do the Lbrp before performing an evocation. I was considering at one time to summon Azothoth but i changed my mind the necronomicon has good ritual workings but i consider the gods to be more fictional than anything but its a great story Love Craft was a brillant man. Good luck to you.
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    No where in sumerian mythology is it stated that the elder gods will devour all.

    I'd say make your own invocation. Each person creates an invocation, it isn't like they are ''divinely channeled'' by somebody. You just got to be a poet, and use it frequently. The more you use it, the better it will be. Though using an invocation for sorceric purposes is something I have never done.

    -Address Deity.. particularly the traits of deity ( So in this sense... Ishtar is Goddess of Love and War but someone may invoke her specifically as Goddess of Love).
    -Bring up relation of one's self with deity... for example some people view deity as a lover, friend, brother, etc.
    -Offer one's self as vessel
    -Make sure a time limit is set

    There is also specific times and stuff in order to better invoke the deity. So if we follow the concept of Ishtar, Friday - being connected to Venus - would be a better time. Then you would like to go and focus on creating an area of invocation suitable to summon and invoke her. As well as dressing like/similar to her.

    I have no idea what Shub Niggurath would be. Most likely a Tuesday being connected to Mars... or maybe jupiter? ( Thursday).

    Bakti Yoga in Crowley's works goes a little more in depth on the concept of invocation... which includes creating ''greater invocations''.

    Just some pointers.
    Last edited by devakxes; 04-19-2010 at 07:06 PM.
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    The Ancient Ones are supposed to devour all, not the elder gods. Tiamat is the dragon which is Chaos... which has created the elder Gods. They made everything form her. Since she was never born, and never lived... thus never died... it is stated that she sleeps. She is ''undead'' in a lot of ways... never truly dead... because she is never truly alive ( chaos is contradictory).
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