The past few weeks I’ve been working on drawing this. I now have my very own Tree of Life glyph framed for my space. Though this was created in the progression of my studies, my plan is to use it simply for meditation and reference.

The universe, the macrocosm, and man, the microcosm, are overlaid onto each other and appear to us as this design known as The Tree of Life. It appears that various belief systems, deities, philosophies all fall into place upon the tree. Levels of consciousness, processes of development—all these things can be situated on the tree to expose their nature and involvement within the greater whole.

At some point I’ll be sharing my explorations into the 10 Sephiroth along with the corresponding Tarot associations of the minor arcana.

Geburah, Rosaleen Norton

“Geburah presents a menacing humanoid form with talons, a pointed reptilian tail, and lightning bolts zig-zagging from both hands, and could easily be mistaken for a hawk-headed demon.  Geburah takes its title from the Hebrew name of the fifth sphere on the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, signifying severity and strength.” - Homeage to Pan: The Life, Art and Sex-Magic of Rosaleen Norton, by Nevill Drury.


Mars/Geburah oils. If you couldn’t tell by all the red.
These are going to be a part of a Mars activation kit, which will be followed by a balancing Chesed kit at my Etsy soon-ish.
The Geburah kit will have the oil featured here which can be worn on the necklace they will come with, incense, tea, infused bathing salt, recipes for all 3 meals of the day, a mantra making worksheet, a partridge and a fucking pear tree. I grew several of the ingredients.
Eventually, I’ll get the video of me making these things up so you don’t even have to buy them, unless you want to.

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“Thee I evoke, whose iron grip claimed the heavens.

Thee, that didst awaken the fire of Man.

Thee, that didst defy the will of a God.

Thee, that didst ascend.


HEAR ME, Amezarak!

HEAR ME, Semjaza!

HEAR ME, Mastema!




Come forth, by thy own true name

Come forth, by my own true will

You WILL answer my evocation, you who have seen the name!

I WILL you to come forth, dread angel of ascension!

Shin Mem Ayin Zain Yod Zain

Mirium Occultum…

You, who called me by my six names, NAMES!

You know not what powers you toy with.


I spat blasphemies at the face of the creator,

and I have left the curse that is the flesh.

I am the star that hangs from the heavens,

Inverted to the form of a gate.

An alternate path to the twilight of KETHER

I have shed my cloak of shame!

The horrors that lie in the crossroads of worlds answer but to ME!

Incarnate eldritch force, forbidden knowledge draped in fleshly skin.

By no arcana can you surprise me, by no ward can you be protected from me.

Cower before your Messiah, conjurer, and bear witness to this prophecy!:

Geburah, the dagger, will sever the ties between the cosmos

All shall embrace the utter spiritual void that is DAATH

Dødsengel - Evocation of Amezarak

Salve Jorge! Salve Pai Ogum!
Jorge sentou praça
na cavalaria
e eu estou feliz porque eu também sou da sua companhia

Eu estou vestido com as roupas e as armas de Jorge
Para que meus inimigos tenham pés
e não me alcancem
Para que meus inimigos tenham mãos
e não me toquem
Para que meus inimigos tenham olhos
e não me vejam
E nem mesmo em pensamento
eles possam ter para me fazeram mal
Armas de fogo
meu corpo não alcançarão
Facas e espadas se quebrem
sem o meu corpo tocar
Cordas e correntes se arrebentem sem o meu corpo amarrar
pois eu estou vestido com as roupas e as armas de Jorge.

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“The Sephirothic Tree is sometimes depicted as a human body, thus more definitely establishing the true identity of the first, or Heavenly, Man – Adam Kadmon – the Idea of the Universe. 

The ten divine globes (Sephiroth) are then considered as analogous to the ten sacred members and organs of the Protogonos, according to the following arrangement. 

• Kether is the crown of the Prototypic Head and perhaps refers to the pineal gland; 

• Chochmah and Binah are the right and left hemispheres respectively of the Great brain; 

• Chesed and Geburah are the right and left arms respectively, signifying the active creative members of the Grand man; tiphereth is the heart, or, according to some, the entire viscera; 

• Netsach and Hod are the right and left legs respectively, or the supports of the world; 

• Yesod is the generative system, or the foundation of form; 

• Malchuth represents the two feet, or the base of being. 

(Occasionally Yesod is considered as the male and Malchuth as the female generative power.)

The Grand man thus conceived is the gigantic image of Nebuchadnezzar’s dream, with head of gold, arms and chest of silver, body of brass, legs of iron, and feet of clay. 

- Manly P. Hall: The Secret Teachings of All Ages

Nauthiz (or Ny, Naudhiz, Nauths, Nyd, Naut, Naud, Nied)

“Consciousness is the Necessity.”

Nauthiz - “Not-this” – Literally: “Need-fire” or “Necessity” – Esoteric: Constraint, Friction

Key Concepts: Need, resistance, constraint, conflict, drama, effort, necessity, urgency, hard work, need-fire, life lessons, creative friction, distress, force of growth, the consequence of past action, short term pain for long term gain

Psi: resistance, need, effort

Energy: necessity, coming forth into being, urgency

Mundane: doing what must be done, chores, hard work

Divinations: Resistance (leading to strength), recognition of örlög (ultimate law, primal truth), innovation, need-fire (self-reliance), personal development and life lessons, achievement through effort; or constraint of freedom, distress, toil, drudgery, laxity, warnings, worry, guilt, moral cowardice, unfulfilled or unrecognized needs.

Governs:Overcoming distress or negative örlögAcceptance of the unchangeableDevelopment of magical will, the manipulation of wyrdUnderstanding the dynamic force of “resistance” in the process of creatingThe generation of creative energy for problem solvingProtection of one’s own needsRecognition of personal needLove magic; especially to obtain a lover.

NAUTHIZ is ‘Need’.

  Nauthiz is the tenth rune and the second rune of the second Aett.  It is a rune of cosmic forces and is recognized as being a rune with ‘shaping power’ which forms the fates of mankind.

This rune represents ‘need’ in all its forms, from the need for food and shelter, to the need of personal fulfilment.  ‘Need creates invention’.  When you are in need and are aware and understand those needs, you are able to find a way to fulfil those needs.

  The Nauthiz rune both represents, and is represented by Skuld, the first and youngest of the Norn Sisters, the weavers and shapers of the Web of Wyrd.  She is the weaver of ‘that which will be’ -  the future.

  The outcome of obtaining your need depends upon your actions or lack thereof, to obtain them.  Nauthiz is a signpost for the future, which lets us know what will happen based upon on our ignoring or acting upon our specific need. It represents an imbalance between what one ‘needs’ and what one ‘has.’  The acknowledgment of this imbalance can be illuminating, as it causes one to closely examine, then reassess priorities and values.  This brings motivation to step back onto the right spiritual path, knowing that when we act and live by what makes us most happy and fulfilled, we are living our true selves.

  Nauthiz represents needs that can be met by reacting positively to deprivation, Nauthiz says that conflict can be overcome by willpower, that delays and restrictions need to be endured and fears need to be faced.

  The Nauthiz rune is an agent for your ‘Wyrd’ or ‘orlog’, depending upon the severity of your need.  Nauthiz is the nudging reminder;  the feeling within that all is not how it should be.  Life may appear out of sync; not going to plan and nothing goes right.  What you have is never enough and there is the ever-present desire for something more, or better.

  Nauthiz forces one to come to terms with and acknowledge this dissatisfaction;  then use it as motivation for change. If you want something different, do different things.

  When Nauthiz is drawn in a spread, it is an indication not to allow occurrences, situations, incidents or memories from the past hold you back from living your life – today.  It is an indication that you may not be living your life true to yourself and therefore, may not feel like you are in the ‘right place’ in your life. It is the person’s own will that is paramount in directing the force.

  Learning to deal with hardship, constraint and the pain of lack are lessons of the Nauthiz rune.  It shows the obstacles we create for ourselves, as well those we encounter on a day to day basis in the world around us. The role of Nauthiz is to identify and examine what it is you really need.

  When using the Uthark rune system instead of the elder Futhark, Nauthiz corresponds to the sephirothic sphere of Geburah on the Qabalistic Tree of Life which, oddly enough, translates to restraint, strength, judgement, severity and need…

“In the “Kabbalah” the three male Sephiroth — Chochma, Chesed, Netzach — are known as the Pillar of Mercy.

The three feminine on the left, namely, Binah, Geburah, Hod, are named the Pillar of Judgment.

While the four Sephiroth of the centre — Kether, Tiphereth, Yesod, and Malchut. — are called the Middle Pillar. ( the four aspects of Osiris).

The ten Sephiroth are ten emanations of Eternal Mother Space, ten waves which serve as the foundation of the Great Mother.

The seven planets of the solar system are the seven Sephiroth and the triune Spiritual Sun is the Sephirothic Crown.”

Samael Aun Weor: The Initiatic Path in the Arcana of Tarot and Kabbalah

“Boaz and Jakin are both pillars of the Temple, and only when united do they produce stability. 

Of these two columns, the left-hand one under Binah is (also) called Severity; the right-hand one under Chokmah is (also) called Mercy; the middle one under Kether is called Mildness, and it is said to be the Column of Equilibrium. These two side columns are the two pillars that stand at the entrance to King Solomon’s Temple and are represented in all Lodges of the Mysteries, the candidate himself, when he stands between them, is the Middle Pillar of Equilibrium.

Dion Fortune - The Mystical Qabalah


Location of the Sephiroth within the physical body:

1.  Kether - the crown, in the superior part of the head

2.  Chokmah - right side of the brain

3.  Binah - left side of the brain

4.  Chesed - in the right arm

5.  Geburah - in the left arm

6.  Tiphereth - in the heart

7.  Netzach - in the right leg

8.  Hod - in the left leg

9.  Yesod - in the sexual organs

10.  Malkuth - in the feet

As above so below.

In 1861, the French occultist Eliphas Levi included in his book Dogmes et Rituels de la Haute Magie (Dogmas and Rituals of High Magic) a drawing that would become the most famous depiction of Baphomet: a winged humanoid goat with a pair of breasts and a torch on its head between its horns. The figure bears numerous similarities to the deities described above. It also includes several other esoteric symbols relating to the esoteric concepts embodied by the Baphomet. In the preface of his book, Levi stated:

“The goat on the frontispiece carries the sign of the pentagram on the forehead, with one point at the top, a symbol of light, his two hands forming the sign of Hermeticism, the one pointing up to the white moon of Chesed, the other pointing down to the black one of Geburah. This sign expresses the perfect harmony of mercy with justice. His one arm is female, the other male like the ones of the androgyn of Khunrath, the attributes of which we had to unite with those of our goat because he is one and the same symbol. The flame of intelligence shining between his horns is the magic light of the universal balance, the image of the soul elevated above matter, as the flame, whilst being tied to matter, shines above it. The ugly beast’s head expresses the horror of the sinner, whose materially acting, solely responsible part has to bear the punishment exclusively; because the soul is insensitive according to its nature and can only suffer when it materializes. The rod standing instead of genitals symbolizes eternal life, the body covered with scales the water, the semi-circle above it the atmosphere, the feathers following above the volatile. Humanity is represented by the two breasts and the androgyn arms of this sphinx of the occult sciences.” [3. Eliphas Levi, Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie]

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The Lesser Leviathanite Ritual of the Pentagram

Lesser Leviathanite Ritual of the Pentagram

Begin facing West

Kabbalistic Cross:

Touching the forehead say: Ateh (UntoThee).
Touching the pelvis say: Leviathan.
Touching the right shoulder, say: ve-Geburah (the Power).
Touching the left shoulder, say: ve-Gedulah(and the Glory).
Clasping the hands upon the breast, say: le-Olahm, Amen (of the World, Amen). 

Turn to the South and trace the Adverse Pentagram of Earth vibrating: BITOM

Turn to the East and trace the Adverse Pentagram of Earth vibrating: EXARP

Turn to the North and trace the Adverse Pentagram of Earth vibrating: NANTA

Turn to the West and trace the Adverse Pentagram of Earth vibrating: HCOMA

Extending the arms in the form of a Cross, say:

Before me Leviathan!
Behind me the Lucifer!
On my right hand Belial!
On my left hand Satan!

About me flames the Pentagram,
And in the Column stands the six-rayed Star.

Repeat Kabbalistic Cross:

Touching the forehead say: Ateh (UntoThee).
Touching the pelvis say: Leviathan.
Touching the right shoulder, say: ve-Geburah (the Power).
Touching the left shoulder, say: ve-Gedulah (and the Glory).
Clasping the hands upon the breast, say: le-Olahm, Amen (of the World, Amen). 


Malkuth swapped in the Kabbalistic Cross for Leviathan. Both words have the same gematria value, 496. This speaks in part to the Mesopotamian myth that the manifest world was made from the body of the Cosmic Serpent Monster.

The Averse Pentagrams are used both as an homage to the Pentagram of Set, and to the idea that the Spiritual Fire, or Black Flame, rises up from the primordial. Leviathanite Initiation is not about altering myself to fit some pattern that exists above me but rather to draw up and make manifest that which is below me. This Spiritual Fire can be thought of as the Shin in the ShT formula discussed in Don Webb’s Overthrowing the Old Gods.

The Averse Pentagram

The Averse Pentagram of Earth: Banishing (l.) Invoking (r.)

The arrangement of Elements is based on the LaVey directions, which in turn were based upon both the Golden Dawn Enochian, More archaically it follows the Abramelin attributions of directions, which is where LaVey drew his Crown Princes. 

The reason that the traditional LBR starts in the east derives in part from Abramelin. It is the direction one is to face for the purification phase of the Work. The reason for the Satanic altar being in the west also derives from Abramelin. It was the direction to address the forces of Hell once contact with the Divine in the East had been made. 

As far as starting in the South and Ending in the West, it is an allusion to Step 7 from LaVey’s “Thirteen Steps,” as is the Invocation of Set’s pattern of Elements. It is also a riff upon Don Webb’s essay “Concerning the Four Paths” published in Note Four of his The Mysteries of the Temple of Set.