The Seals of Madim (Mars)

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Note: Madim Pentacles available here: http://omega-magick.blogspot.fr/2014/02/the-44-magic-pentacles-from-greater-key.html

The celestial sphere of Madim corresponds with Gevurah in Asiyah, and as such the angels and spirits of Madim are under the dominion of Elohim, or Elohim Givor, the archangel Kamael, and the angelic order of Serafim.

The magical weapons associated with Madim are the dagger and magical sword, especially the sword, which is consecrated to Gevurah and Madim, as well as the spear and the shield.

Madim corresponds with great force, or driving force, and structure, restriction, concentration, limitation, definition, boundaries and demarcations, competition, judgment, strength, courage, the force of will, binding and banishing power, war and combat, radical transformation, actions of the ego, transcendence of the ego, a cause for a greater good, discernment of good and evil, knowledge of the law and the play of cause and effect, sacrifice, self-discipline, self-restraint.

The Hebrew letter Peh, meaning “mouth,” is attributed to Madim, and therefore there is a correspondence with powers of speech.

Hesed corresponds with the peaceful palace, and Gevurah corresponds with the wrathful palace, as reflected by the attribute of the archangel Kamael and arch demon Samael to Gevurah in Beriyah. Thus, while Madim is a sphere for great good when manifest in righteousness, it is also a sphere for great evil when manifest in wickedness – by nature angels and spirits of Madim tend to be very forceful, fierce and wrathful, and there are many that are inclined to the Other Side.

As you might imagine, the seals of Madim, for the most part, tend to be very severe and the angels and spirits tend to be fierce and wrathful – from the Side of Judgment.

This may give some hints as to the reason angels and spirits of Madim might be invoked.

First Seal of Madim

The spirits of this seal are joined by four angels, whose names appear on it: Madimiel, Bartzachiah, Ashiel and Aturiel.

Madimiel holds all knowledge and power of Madim under the sun, as well as knowledge and power of the play of Madim in Makom, the sixth heaven, and he-she hold knowledge of Archangel Kamael and his hosts, and Samael and his minions, and of the great conflict of spiritual forces throughout creation. This is an angel of great righteousness who appears as a fierce angelic warrior bearing a spear as though formed of lightening, and a shield formed of blazing fire, having a fierce and penetrating gaze.

Bartzachiah is called a “Lord of Judgment” (or “righteous judge”), pronouncing the judgments of the Most High and the Lamb of God, with power to execute them, and he-she teaches the path of righteousness among angels and spirits, and brings many to salvation; to those who engage in self-restraint and self-discipline, according to the Gospel, and offer sacrifices before the presence of Yahweh in the Name of the Messiah, he-she has the power to greatly bless, giving strength and fortitude to spiritual warriors, exorcists, and giving esoteric knowledge of the law in heaven and on earth to sages.

Ashiel is an angel of the Fire of Yahweh, a fire consuming fire, and he-she is an illuminating intelligence, revealing great mysteries under the law and sphere of fate, also revealing all manner of hidden things in hearts and minds, discerning all under the law and speaking prophecies in judgment.

Aturiel is a great angel who bears the power of the Word and the Light of the Messiah in judgment, a truly awesome and mighty angelic being who holds intimate knowledge of the law and divine revelation throughout all time, in this world and in worlds beyond. He-she is a divine and angelic being of enlightenment and liberation among the angels, and stands among the angelic guardians of the Order of Melchizedek, having a supernal zelem in the Mystical Body of the Risen Messiah.

The power of the spirits of Madim that come with these angels accord with the dominions of the angels, and this is a seal of Madim invoked for all manner of auspicious workings with the power of Madim – they are very swift to help those who make appropriate sacrifices to Yahweh and who worship Elohim in the Blessed Name of Adonai Yeshua Messiah.

Very specifically, the invocation of this seal with full kavvanah and devekut will bring success in any endeavor consecrated to Elyon, the Most High.

Psalm 50 is a prayer of invocation in the consecration of this seal, and in it are hints at further powers of the spirits of this seal.

*There is a sacred circle corresponding with this seal, and in it Madimiel is to the north, Bartzachiah to the west, Ashiel to the south and Aturiel to the east – according to masters of the tradition there is something of the power among true apostles of the light to release and retain sin in this seal and sacred circle.

Second Seal of Madim

This is a seal of tikkune that bears great healing power – the power to heal all manner of illnesses, and is specifically invoked for the preservation of life when there is a threat of death.

The Name of Yahweh and Elohim is written on this seal, along with the Blessed Name of the Messiah, Yeshua; and there are six He in the points of the Hexagram, representing the Shekinah of Messiah manifest in fullness – they also equal Lamed, which represents the power of the forgiveness of sin, the release of sin, dispelling the cause of illness and dis-ease.

Surrounding the seal is a verse from the Gospel of St. John, 1:4, “In Him was life, and the life was the light of all people.” John 1:1-5, and 10-14, is a prayer of invocation with this seal, coupled with Psalm 23.

This seal may be written on a piece of paper, made into a small scroll, and put into a power bag to be worn, along with some sacred herbs and small stones as inspired by the Holy Spirit. It may also be made and consecrated, and put into a power bundle for healing, and placed by the person in need of healing. Likewise, when painted on a wooden disk, a small generator crystal can be consecrated along with it, and once the sacred ceremony is done, the crystal can be placed upon the seal by the person in need of healing – this method being the most common in working with this seal.

In union with the Risen Messiah, the invocations are spoken and the seal is consecrated, and then healing prayers are spoken, directing the angels and spirits, and the Names of Yahweh, Elohim and Yeshua are chanted, sending healing power and light to the person – very specifically, in the prayers of healing, prayers for the forgiveness, or release of sin, are spoken.

Essentially, this seal is used when there is a strong resistance or obstruction to healing in a person, or when there is a very strong karmic bondage in effect, for the angels and spirits associated with this seal have a special talent of dispelling strong karmic obstructions and helping to bring about tikkune.

These spirits can often help to heal severe psychological disorders, along with severe physical ailments.

Needless to say, this is perhaps the most merciful and compassionate of the seals of Madim – the remainder all deal with fierce guardianship, magical combat, exorcism, subjugation of unclean and evil spirits, and vanquishing sorcerers and demons.

The spirits of this seal hold the knowledge and power to incite discord, wrath, hostility and war within a dark lodge, or among a gathering of evil-doers plotting persecutions of the faithful and elect; they are a powerful force against evil rising up behind the cloak of religion, or in any form, and for defense against psychic or magical assaults, as well as for the subjugation of rebellious and dark spirits.

The divine Names of Eloah, “Our God,” and Shaddai, “the Almighty,” are written on this seal, and in the center is a great letter Vau, representing the power of Christ on the cross subjugating and vanquishing the archons and demons, as well as the full power of Zer Anpin, the world of angels in defense of the righteous.

Along with the spirits of this seal, it invokes a ban of angels in defense, which assume a very fierce or wrathful form – often the traditional invocation of a band of forty angels in guardianship is joined to the invocation of this seal, forty Seraphim from the dominion of Kamael. Likewise, the invocation of this seal is often joined to the invocation of the Angel of the Sword, the Holy Kerub who guards the Path to the Tree of Life, or an invocation of the Great Guardians of the Sacred Circle, the four Great Kerubim.

Psalm 77 is a prayer of invocation with this seal.

Third Seal of Madim

The spirits of this seal hold the knowledge and power to incite discord, wrath, hostility and war within a dark lodge, or among a gathering of evil-doers plotting persecutions of the faithful and elect; they are a powerful force against evil rising up behind the cloak of religion, or in any form, and for defense against psychic or magical assaults, as well as for the subjugation of rebellious and dark spirits.

The divine Names of Eloah, “Our God,” and Shaddai, “the Almighty,” are written on this seal, and in the center is a great letter Vau, representing the power of Christ on the cross subjugating and vanquishing the archons and demons, as well as the full power of Zer Anpin, the world of angels in defense of the righteous.

Along with the spirits of this seal, it invokes a ban of angels in defense, which assume a very fierce or wrathful form – often the traditional invocation of a band of forty angels in guardianship is joined to the invocation of this seal, forty Seraphim from the dominion of Kamael. Likewise, the invocation of this seal is often joined to the invocation of the Angel of the Sword, the Holy Kerub who guards the Path to the Tree of Life, or an invocation of the Great Guardians of the Sacred Circle, the four Great Kerubim.

Psalm 77 is a prayer of invocation with this seal.

Fourth Seal of Madim

This is a seal that is invoked in magical combat, though, truly, living in Christ there is rarely any call for such a severe response – the only call for such a thing would be in the case of the defense of a person who was being seriously harmed and who could not defend themselves.

The spirits of this seal may also be invoked in response to the assaults of archonic or demonic forces, for either the subjugation or destruction of forces when pacification or enrichment is not possible, and they have a special talent of the discernment of the magical powers of such entities, and the ability to diminish their powers.

This seal is also said to correspond with the “retaining of sin,” or to the quickening of the playing out of karma for its eventual resolution.

The Names of Yahweh, El and AGLA appear in this seal, and verse 5 from Psalm 105 is written on it – this psalm being an invocation of the power of this seal.

So also, Exodus 34:6-7, the thirteen attributes of mercy, is a prayer in invocation of this seal when it is invoked to “retain sin.”

By nature, if and when this seal is invoked and the sword is taken up in circle, great force is released and sent, shattering the adversary – such a movement of great force is always very dangerous, however, for it assumes that the one invoking the movement of such judgment is not liable to judgment invoked.

We are wise to listen to Adonai Yeshua when he teaches us, “Do not judge, lest you will be judged.”

Psalm 110 corresponds with the invocation of this seal, and as such it speaks to another form of invocation with this seal – an invocation of an angel of the Shekinah in Judgment going to battle for us, so that we are not the doer, but the angel of Yahweh Elohim is the doer, as when Abram went to battle with the Kings of Edom.

This is the greater intention of this seal.

This is a very powerful seal against dark archonic and demonic forces – the angels and spirits of this seal are very fierce and wrathful, and are invoked to drive out and bind the most powerful demons, as well as to subjugate or destroy the darkest of spirits.

The invocation of this seal has been known to pacify and subjugate gatherings of dark and hostile forces in negative places of power, and it is especially effective in the removal of infestations of potent demons from homes and buildings, the banishing and exorcism of spaces in the most difficult of circumstances.

This is also a seal of remembrance of oath-bound wrathful guardians, invoking the remembrance of their oath to serve as guardians of the faithful and elect, and the Light Continuum.

There is a mystical word of power in this seal, He-Vau-Lamed, indicating the Shekinah and maggidim in Christ having the power to drive out and bind arch demons, as well as the power to subjugate and destroy them.

The intonement of this mystic word is as follows: Ha-Va-La, Hi-Vo-Lu, and when force is to be directed against a demon for destruction, it is intoned four times, followed by the intonement of Peh three times, and the intonement of Elohim Givor in fruition once. If force is directed against a demon for subjugation, Yah is joined to the chant at the beginning, and then Yahweh Elohim Shaddai is intoned in fruition.

Psalm 91 is a prayer of invocation for this seal, as is Mark 16:15-18.

*Full knowledge and understanding of the use of this seal comes through seeing and experiencing its use by an adept or master of the art.

Fifth Seal of Madim

This is a very powerful seal against dark archonic and demonic forces – the angels and spirits of this seal are very fierce and wrathful, and are invoked to drive out and bind the most powerful demons, as well as to subjugate or destroy the darkest of spirits.

The invocation of this seal has been known to pacify and subjugate gatherings of dark and hostile forces in negative places of power, and it is especially effective in the removal of infestations of potent demons from homes and buildings, the banishing and exorcism of spaces in the most difficult of circumstances.

This is also a seal of remembrance of oath-bound wrathful guardians, invoking the remembrance of their oath to serve as guardians of the faithful and elect, and the Light Continuum.

There is a mystical word of power in this seal, He-Vau-Lamed, indicating the Shekinah and maggidim in Christ having the power to drive out and bind arch demons, as well as the power to subjugate and destroy them.

The intonement of this mystic word is as follows: Ha-Va-La, Hi-Vo-Lu, and when force is to be directed against a demon for destruction, it is intoned four times, followed by the intonement of Peh three times, and the intonement of Elohim Givor in fruition once. If force is directed against a demon for subjugation, Yah is joined to the chant at the beginning, and then Yahweh Elohim Shaddai is intoned in fruition.

Psalm 91 is a prayer of invocation for this seal, as is Mark 16:15-18.

*Full knowledge and understanding of the use of this seal comes through seeing and experiencing its use by an adept or master of the art.

Sixth Seal of Madim

This is another seal used in magical combat, staving off psychic or magical assaults – by nature it creates something like a fortress of spirits, shielding and protecting a person, strengthening the sacred circle and energetic sphere surrounding them with the powers of the spirits of Madim so that it becomes impenetrable, impervious to assaults. Thus, the sixth seal is called the “Keep,” and invoking it generates a very powerful sanctuary against the assaults of sorcerers, false prophets and dark spirits.

In terms of magical combat, this is a defensive rather than offensive seal, and as such the spirits of this seal have the talent of using the power of the aggressor against them – whatever power an aggressor invokes and sends will return to them amplified, and the magical weapons and objects of power of a sorcerer or black magician will turn against them; likewise, the spirits they invoke may be subjugated and turned against them.

Because of the defensive quality of this seal it is more often invoked for spiritual works of psychic and magical defense, the seals taking up an offensive position only being used in the most extreme circumstances when there is no other recourse or choice.

Here it ought to be said, when more offensive seals of magical combat are used in defense of the faithful and elect, and the oppressed, the force is directed against the archonic and demonic spirits, not the person who has become the channel of them, per the teachings of St. Paul that “our battle is not against blood and flesh,” but against “spiritual forces of wickedness established in celestial places.”

There are other powers in this seal, though, for by the same power a wonderworker may be cloaked so as not to be seen moving in the astral and dimensions beyond; likewise there is a power of enchantment and shape-shifting in these spirits, facilitating apparent transformations. Along a similar line, the spirits of this seal can be invoked to cloak or hide a spiritual work so that it does not attract undue attention in the astral dimension.

It is also a seal of an intense focus of energy, banishing all obstructing influences and distractions to a spiritual work.

If you look into the seal, around the eight points of the mystical wheel is written, “Elohim Givor, Elohim has covered (or protected).” It is written in what is known as the “writing of the angels,” a traditional magical alphabet associated with the Malakim, the messengers of God. Verse 15 from Psalm 37 is also written on this seal, and thus Psalm 37 is a prayer of invocation of the spirits and power of this seal.

There is another holy psalm that bears the power of this seal as well when invoked for the sake of refuge or sanctuary, Psalm 91 – this is a psalm of great power and protection, as well as being among the psalms invoked by riders of the merkavah when they venture upon their journeys in the Spirit.

Seventh Seal of Madim

This is a seal that corresponds with spiritual works or magical operations akin to what is found in the Sacred Magic of Abramelin – the invocation and subjugation of hungry ghosts and demons as oath-bound wrathful guardians; hence, it corresponds with works of the wrathful palace in the most skillful means of transformation and guardianship of the Continuum.

The way of taking up this seal to reinforce or compel oaths is basically the same as taught in the Sacred Magic – there is an extended continuum of preparation, self-purification and the generation of merit through acts of loving-kindness and charity, and there is a vision quest, seeking knowledge and communion with the Angel of the Lord, and then, joined with the Angel of the Shekinah, this seal is invoked, along with the hungry ghosts or demons to be subjugated and oath-bound.

The greater the power of the hungry ghosts or demons to be bound, the greater the continuum of generation must be; equal to the spiritual work that is to be done.

The Blessed Name, along with the chant of the 72 Names of Gevurot, is integral to the binding of powerful fierce spirits and demons with this seal.

This seal is created just after sunset on a new moon during an auspicious time of Madim, and its invocation is in the night, on a calm and peaceful night.

Here, perhaps we should remind that magical talismans, with very few exceptions, are not created or consecrated during tumultuous weather conditions, but rather during gentle and auspicious circumstances. At times though, during the creation or consecration of a magical talisman great power may move and in the midst of the spiritual work weather conditions may change – in such situations we continue with our spiritual work understanding the play and movements of spiritual forces in the Continuum.

The Secret Names of the Demons are written on this seal in the magical language that is called “Celestial,” and the Divine Names of El and Yiai appear in this seal, which as we have said previously, share the same numerical value. Verses 32 and 33 from Psalm 105 are also written on this seal, and Psalm 105 is a prayer of invocation with this psalm.

The story of the temptation of the Master by Satan is also a passage of the Holy Scriptures bearing the power of this seal, and may be used in invocation of this seal: Matthew 4:1-11.

This seal is invoked on a vision quest for empowerment in the practice of the wrathful palace, but until there is a full knowledge and communion with the Angel of the Lord (Adonai) it cannot be invoked – divine authority and divine permission must be received to invoke this seal.

Now here it must be said that the invocation, subjugation and oath-binding of powerful dark spiritual forces requires a significant degree of spiritual realization and the generation of the sacred heart, love and compassion. If such works are taken up prematurely, or they are taken up from the ego, there is great danger of obsession or possession by dark and hostile forces – those unprepared in weakness of faith could very well become subject to dark spirits.

Thus, this is not a seal invoked by novice initiates in the art, but rather by adepts in due season.

There are other powers associated with this seal known to those who invoke it.

This concludes the essential teachings on the seals of Madim in the Art of Solomon.



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