Hekataeon jack grayle pdf


  • Hail Hekate: Walking the Forked Path
  • THE HEKATAEON by Jack Grayle (First Edition Limited Edition Hardcover)
  • the Call of the Hekatæon
  • Occasionally we had presenters. Many nights we spent doing tarot readings, or sharing energetic and psychic techniques. More often than I care to admit, we spent most of the night talking about anime. Two things we managed to keep consistent, though: we opened nearly every meeting by casting a circle; and after the meetings, about half of us would stay for Ouija.

    The weekly Ouija sessions were a source of a surprising ammount of contention. The rest, though, were deeply disturbed by the talking board. Those who would — ironically, the vampire numbered among them — were concerned about the nameless evils that might come through.

    No one out-and-out told us to stop, but … There was serious concern that our post-meeting sessions might begin before the non-participants had cleared whatever they believed to be minimum safe distance.

    I had, prior to my time in the WPA, known a few people who had had their own experiences with talking boards. Most had nothing remarkable to report. A few had the usual stories of flying objects or lingering entities. But I had never tried it, myself.

    Given the lower-than average success rates my friends had reported, I was moderately skeptical. But back then, though, before the migraines , I was much more open to wild experimentation than I often have been since. Given all the concern and side-eyes we got over the whole thing, I was somewhat disappointed by the reality.

    Most of our sessions were fairly tame. We got positive contact more often than not. Names and dates and details of lives and deaths that we could never verify. All juicy enough to hold our attention, but never quite enough to convince the more skeptical participants … myself included. Well, not never. There were … incidents. The Oija board was owned and brought by one of our members, by the name of Jason if I recall correctly, and he always took point on the planchette.

    We would ask this spirit Ouija to manage contacts for us, find the spirits to whom we would talk. Some, myself included, believed that Ouija was Jason. I was often tempted to test that theory by usurping the board from the other side, using the woven energetic techniques that were then my signature style, but ultimately never tried to pull such a dick move on someone who was ostensibly my friend.

    Three particular evenings stand out in my memory, fifteen years later. The first was the spirit of a girl who claimed to have committed suicide in the building where we held our meetings. I do remember that she hanged herself. I remember the pall that came over us all as the spirit spoke. Jason later claimed to have confirmed the story, but I never saw any newspaper articles.

    The second was an attempt to make contact with a spirit that had approached me early in my carreer. That first contact is a story in and of itself, a strange night from the days of guerilla magic in the Java Break, but the short version is that one Halloween, a spirit approached me and made … contact.

    High voltage, visceral contact. And it spooked the shit out of me. And I rejected her. One night on the Ouija board, some years later, I convinced the Cauldron crowd to let me reach out to her in return.

    There was contact, but it was … unclear. Only one thing came through to me inteilligibly: contact me again. Spoiler alert: I never did. The third and most dramatic session with the KU Cauldron and the Ouija board was the sort of thingthat tends to scare people off of not just spirit contact, but magical practice altogether.

    That was where any resemblance to our usual evening ended. Ouija was frantic. GO, it told us. It gave us the name of a building on campus. We went there, and brought the board with us. We did not, immediately, find anything of partifular interest at that location.

    We attempted to re-establish contact with Ouija. It was not a smooth transaction. When we did make contact, the spirit was still agitated. When asked to clarify, it repeated the anem. Scott was somewhat perturbed. Scott borrowed a cellular phone — something that not everyone had back then — and called his sister. Her abusive ex was at her appartment, pounding on her door. Scott talked her down from raw panic. Talked her into calling the police. Called her back and waited on the line until they came.

    It was some time before we broke out the board again. I think that Jason may have left the groop not long after, though that may well be either the vagaries of memory or the natural course of the four-year graduation cycle. The incident did leave a lasting impression on all those that were present.

    Listening to podcasts, so many guests telling stories of their magical youths. Writing novels set in my own magical youth. Things I had all but forgotten floating to the surface. This story, in particular, has come to mind in the wake of several podcasts about the myth and practice and history of talking boards.

    Makes me want to use one, again. Makes me want to make one by hand. But before I begin the neew experiments, I need to recall the old.

    Description Why You Should Take this Course Students will plunge into the world of ancient Hellenic magic, exploring and implementing the surprising technologies relied on by sorcerers of Hekate for a thousand years, many of which are all but forgotten today. The course will take place over thirteen weeks. By immersing themselves in the devotional practices of the Hellenic world of late antiquity, they will discover the true difference between magic and devotion, and master the strange techniques of divine compulsion, which sorcerers believed could bend the very skein of Fate.

    All weekly classes will include both live and recorded presentations, and participants will be provided with numerous esoteric primary sources to study, to include the writings of Plato, Aeschylus, Apollonius, Iamblichus, the Gnostic gospels, the Chaldean Oracles and the Greek Magical Papyri.

    Students will receive private consultations with Jack Grayle as well, and will have the option of customizing course assignments to their specific path in order to gain a lasting, personal experience of the Queen of the Crossroads.

    His book, The Hekataeon, is a page grimoire filled the hymns, songs, spells, chants, invocation, incantations, and a complete self-initiation in the mysteries of the eternal and ineffable Hekate.

    Course Pre-Requisites In order to offer the most comprehensive and effective learning process, we ask that students have at minimum an intermediate level of experience in witchcraft, sorcery, or ceremonial magic. Please contact us if you have questions as to the appropriateness or fit of the course for you. For the next hour my head was spinning at the sheer amount of knowledge and experience this instructor had in regards to the topic of Hekate in Hellenic times….

    At the end of that very first class I knew I would indeed learn more than I ever possibly could studying on my own…. The instructor was thrilled with our enthusiasm to learn and we were just as thrilled with his engagement and knowledge in the course material.

    This course has opened my eyes to a new understanding of Hekate and each class strengthened my connection with Her as I learned of the ancient Hellenic traditions of Her devotees. I can now confidently apply these most cherished ancient traditions in my modern Hekatean practice.

    I learned how vital a role she played in the devotion and practice of Her followers and still see that today in devotees who call out Her many names throughout time, history, and all across the lands.

    These were powerful accompaniments to the class, which made it all come together in a very magical way…I highly recommend this class…If it could have gone on for another eight weeks, I would have enjoyed it so much. His knowledge of the subject matter is complimented by his passion for sharing his expertise.

    I highly recommend Jack, and look forward to taking another of his classes!

    Jason later claimed to have confirmed the story, but I never saw any newspaper articles. The second was an attempt to make contact with a spirit that had approached me early in my carreer. That first contact is a story in and of itself, a strange night from the days of guerilla magic in the Java Break, but the short version is that one Halloween, a spirit approached me and made … contact.

    High voltage, visceral contact. And it spooked the shit out of me.

    Hail Hekate: Walking the Forked Path

    And I rejected her. One night on the Ouija board, some years later, I convinced the Cauldron crowd to let me reach out to her in return. There was contact, but it was … unclear. Only one thing came through to me inteilligibly: contact me again. Spoiler alert: I never did. The third and most dramatic session with the KU Cauldron and the Ouija board was the sort of thingthat tends to scare people off of not just spirit contact, but magical practice altogether.

    That was where any resemblance to our usual evening ended. Ouija was frantic. GO, it told us.

    THE HEKATAEON by Jack Grayle (First Edition Limited Edition Hardcover)

    It gave us the name of a building on campus. We went there, and brought the board with us. We did not, immediately, find anything of partifular interest at that location. We attempted to re-establish contact with Ouija. It was not a smooth transaction. When we did make contact, the spirit was still agitated. When asked to clarify, it repeated the anem.

    Scott was somewhat perturbed. The course will take place over thirteen weeks. By immersing themselves in the devotional practices of the Hellenic world of late antiquity, they will discover the true difference between magic and devotion, and master the strange techniques of divine compulsion, which sorcerers believed could bend the very skein of Fate.

    All weekly classes will include both live and recorded presentations, and participants will be provided with numerous esoteric primary sources to study, to include the writings of Plato, Aeschylus, Apollonius, Iamblichus, the Gnostic gospels, the Chaldean Oracles and the Greek Magical Papyri. Students will receive private consultations with Jack Grayle as well, and will have the option of customizing course assignments to their specific path in order to gain a lasting, personal experience of the Queen of the Crossroads.

    His book, The Hekataeon, is a page grimoire filled the hymns, songs, spells, chants, invocation, incantations, and a complete self-initiation in the mysteries of the eternal and ineffable Hekate. I felt Her in all 8 directions of the compass around me and towering above me. They coalesced into one and I felt the double helix from the pathworking caressing my aura, subtly changing me.

    I caught a few sights sounds and feels my nose was unforuntaely blocked up due to pollen although I simply registered those and let them pass by.

    the Call of the Hekatæon

    I typically gradually fast, slowly cutting out things, yesterday was green tea with honey and nothing else. At midnight, after preparing in the usual way, I began pathwalking to meet Her. There She stood at the crossroads towering above me, 3 faced, six armed; the face of a maiden, the face of a hound, the face of a serpent. She held torches of oak, and with a dagger beckoned me closer.

    Again the feeling of being encompassed by Her, feeling Her flow into me, as the Dead danced at the circles edge.


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