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What is Necromancy?
Necromancy is divination, black magick when communicating with the dead in order to predict future events or discover hidden knowledge. The spirit of the inhabitants of Annapolis is usually summoned or their body is resurrected from the grave. The origins of these spells go back to deep antiquity, and over the centuries, their various forms have spread in different cultures. How it sounds?
Antiquity The term " necromancy " comes from ancient Greece, "necrosis" means the dead body, and "mantra" means prophecy or spells. Although early necromancy was associated with shamanism, it was widespread in ancient Babylon, Egypt, Persia, Greece, and Rome. The first written source of these spells is found in Homer's Odyssey. Here it is told how Odysseus travels to the underworld to learn about his awaiting journey home. Using spells, he resurrects the spirits of the dead. Homer reveals several details of the rituals used by the necromancers - the divination must be performed in the pit where the fire burns at night. There are a lot of books and people who teach necromancy. You can search for some necromancy book online as well for further information and spells.
Odysseus drinks a specially prepared drink the blood of sacrificed animals and speaks certain prayers to the gods and spirits of the underworld. In lands where there were volcanoes, necromancy rituals were usually performed in large caves to get closer to the underworld, and elsewhere to rivers and lakes.
The Middle Ages
Most medieval authors argue that the resurrection of the dead is impossible without the intervention of the Christian God. Thus, the necromancy of those times became a mixture of exorcism, derived from the teachings of Christians and Jews, and Arabic astral magic, which came from Arab countries. The influence of the latter is shown by the rituals associated with the phases of the moon, the position of the sun in the sky, the importance of time.
Medieval necromancers were mostly Christian clergy - literate and well-educated people. They learned the secrets of the spells from personal teachers. Officially, necromancy was not taught anywhere. The clergy drew circles, various objects, symbols, and letters on the ground.
They were believed to be able to protect the necromancer from the resurrected spirit of the deceased, which was believed to have demonic powers. The dead were resurrected by a combination of special spells, Christian prayers, and verses from the Bible. Human or animal flesh was sacrificed as a thank you for the resurrection.
Some sources believe that necromancy has become spiritualism. It uses a special means and a medium into the body of which the spirit of the deceased temporarily enters, talking to the spirits. But spiritualism cannot usually be called black magick, which is spiced with necromancy. In fact, old traditions are also practiced these days.
Rituals often do not do without blood and special spells, which resurrect not only the spirit, but also the body of the deceased. Necromancers say that it is harder not to resurrect the dead, but to be able to deal with him after the resurrection. Therefore, the spells listed here are not recommended for weak and inexperienced magicians.
Necromancy rituals cannot be performed as soon as they are invented. They need to prepare carefully - nine days before, dress in clothes that the deceased wore while lying in a coffin, eat dog meat, unleavened dough without salt, and drink unleavened grape juice. Each of these products has a symbolic meaning that is important to understand. Dog meat is a sacrifice to the goddess of death and infertility, Hecate.
It is said that she is so terrible that a person can die as soon as she looks at her. Bread is baked unleavened dough because yeast symbolizes the life that the ritual seeks to deny. It must be salt-free, as salt is a preservative and a product without it symbolizes rot. For the same reason, grape juice must not be fermented. One can see a parallel between Christian communion and wine drunk during Mass. But in necromancy, unlike in Christianity, bread and grape juice are unleavened, that is, without life, empty, doomed to death.
One of the most popular rituals of necromancy is performed in the cemetery, with the moon shining brightly, between midnight and the first hour of the night. A circle is drawn around the tomb of the person to be resurrected. In the middle of it, a mixture of herbs made from dregs, aloe, bath, crocus, poppy, and mandrake is burned. The coffin is then dug up. When he opens it, the body of the stick is bent three times, ordering him to rise. The body of the deceased should be laid so that his head is facing east, and his arms and legs are lying like the crucified Christ. The soul is commanded to return to its old body and answer the questions asked by the necromancer or suffer wanderings three times in seven years. When all the questions are answered, the body is burned.
It is sometimes varied lighting three candles on the outside of the circle - red, white, and black, arranged in a triangular shape. Like incense can be used to burn worms, various spells are spoken in the native language, Latin or Hebrew.
Not necessarily a clear night is suitable for necromancy rituals - the light of the bright moon can be perfectly replaced by lightning and thunder. Necromancy requires a lot of strength and energy from the person performing its rituals. It is necessary to assess your chances as you can get terminally ill.
The dead, who were in frequent contact with blood while in life, such as soldiers, criminal killers, animal slaughterers, and the like, can be summoned by pouring fresh warm blood on their graves.
Although the Bible says that engaging in necromancy is forbidden, it is simply intended to protect inexperienced necromancers from harmful consequences. It is known that Jesus Christ Himself raised several dead people.
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.