Monday, March 12, 2012

Black Pullet Seals Part 1

Black Pullet Seals Part 1
These are some of the most powerful seals to use in ritual works. I use them all the time, along with bindrunes and Goetic sigils. They can be used alone with a candle or burned with herbs or carried around for protection or to bring money & abundance. You name it, there's a manner in which to use the seals for that purpose.


There are specific instructions regarding their use; colors, words, etc. In reference to the colors, the seals used are to be embroidered on a specific color & type of cloth with a specific color of thread. Now, most people can't embroider themselves and the cost of having it embroidered is more than most can afford. So, my suggestion, and what has worked just fine for me for years, is to print it out on paper in the color recommended. If you don't have a color printer, then print it out in black and trace with the correct colored marker or colored pencil or Crayon. It's the intent more than the actuality of it that really matters. 


Now, that's not to say that going to extra mile of having it embroidered wouldn't be extraordinarily beneficial, and the energies placed in them very high due to the amount of time and effort necessary to bring the piece to the altar, but very few people can afford to have the seals embroidered every time they do a ritual. They cannot be re-used, they must be "new" seals each time.


The first 2 seals, the Magic Rod and the Goetic Circle, must be used with the chosen seal(s) for each work. These provide the foundation and strength for the intent of the work, which is empowered by the seal of intent (i.e. money, success, binding, etc.) These are also very beneficial to carry around with you at all times. (My own thoughts on this are that these would make awesome tattoos!)


There are also prayers to be recited before and after the ritual that open & close the doorway for the spirits of the seals to come through and do their work for the summoner.


The Black Pullet Seals

These seals are from The Black Pullet, or the Hen with the Golden Eggs.  They’re use is said to encompass the Science of Magickal Talismans, the Art of Necromancy and the Kabbalah; to make known all hidden treasures; to give knowledge of Magick; to expose and repel negative energies and hexes; and to allow the conjurer to acquire the power to command all beings (Spirit beings of all kinds, and Elementals: Gnomes, Sylphs, Salamander, Undines).  The following prayers are written verbatim from The Black Pullet, except that I changed “God” to “the Divine”.  The text for the seals have been altered for easier understanding. 

To use in ritual, enclose your ritual circle with ritual salt for protection and place a copy of the Seal inside a triangle inside a circle. Surround this circle with ritual salt to keep the spirit called within the confines of the Seal until you release them at the end of the ritual. These are powerful spirits, so DO NOT take this lightly, always thank them for their assistance and appearance in the ritual. Next, light your candle(s), and say the First Prayer; call the Spirit of the Seal using the words given; tell the Spirit what you require to have done, you must be the one in control, be respectful and do not have doubts or fears; thank the Spirit for their appearance and their assistance; recite the Second Prayer; dismiss the Spirit - respectfully; close the circle encompassing the Seal; close your circle; remove all traces from the ritual (Seal copy, candle wax, salt, etc.) to a place away from your home, bury it, walk away and let the Divine and the Spirit of the Seal do their work, it is now out of your hands. Make sure you worded your request carefully and properly because you will get what you wish for!



First Prayer to be recited before the ritual:
The Celestial Fire above is an incorruptible flame, always scintillating, the source of life, fountain of all the Beings, and principle of all things.  This flame produces all and nothing perishes except which it consumes: it makes itself known by itself.  This fire cannot be contained in any place; it is without body or matter.  It encompasses the skies, and from it emanates a little spark which makes all fire of the Sun, of the Moon, and the Stars.  This is what I know of the Divine: do not try to know more because that is beyond you, such judge as thou art.  Moreover, know that the unjust or wicked man cannot hide himself in front of the Divine; no address or excuse can disguise anything from the Divine’s view.  All is clear to the Divine: the Divine is everywhere.

Second Prayer to be recited after the ritual:
There is in the Divine an immense profundity of flame; the heart ought not however, to fear to touch or to be touched by this adorable fire; it will not be consumed by this sweet fire, whose tranquil and perishable heat makes the union, harmony and duration of the world.  Nothing exists except by this fire which is the Divine.  No on has engendered it; it is without mother, it knows all, and no one is able to know anything of it.  It is immovable in its projects and its name is ineffable.  Here then is that which is the Divine; because for us who are the messengers, we are but a small part of the Divine.

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I will present the Black Pullet Seals themselves in the next post. LOL This one has gotten long enough!




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21 comments:

  1. Ahh Granny Tacket you mean Print it Trace it with the Rigth Color then do the Ritual when the Ritual is Done Wrap it in the Specific Color of Thread Would i Really Wrap It ? :) Thank You For Sharing Your Knowledge

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  2. You can do one of several options:
    1) print it out in the appropriate color
    2) print in black on paper that is the appropriate color
    3) print in black and color (color completely or outline) in the appropriate color
    Any of these will work beautifully. :)

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  3. Hi Granny Tackett how can i call the Spirit would i say I call upon the Spirit of this Seal or using the words given but how in Seal No 13 it got 3 sets of words 1 is Tarot,Nizael,Estarnas,Tantarez,2 is Zatros,Nifer,Roxas,Rortos 3 is Nista,Saper,Visnos, would i say it all It would be Helpful ThankYou :) ?

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  4. Hi Granny Tacket would the Spirit Hurt the Summoner if He or She get Mistakes it would be Helpful ThankYou :) ?

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    1. "Mistakes" are human and we all make them. The Divine knows what we want, what we need and what we intend with that which we are asking for in the rituals. Stop over-thinking everything and just do a ritual working with the Seals and Sigils and the Divine Energies they embody & empower. Then sit back and watch them work for you. :)

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  5. Hi Granny Tacket can i just Read the 1st and 2nd Prayer cuz im scared to get Mistake is it ok it would be Helpful ThankYou :) ?

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    1. It is the intent that is important, and the Divine and those you're working with will know it. People tend to over-think everything. Stop. Just "DO". If there are instructions, then follow the instructions and don't nit-pick every tiny little nuance. "Mistakes" are human and the Divine knows this. Stop worrying so much and enjoy doing the work and working with the Divine Energies. :)

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  6. I've done it both ways - just however it happened to flow in what I was reciting at the time. And both worked beautifully, so I really don't think there is an absolute as to which is "right", just that the words are spoken when using the Seal associated with them.

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  7. So will i really say it all the 3 set words ? :)

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  8. What ever words are with each of the Seals are what is spoken. If it's one word, speak that. If it's 20 words, speak those. They're not words we know or understand, but for what ever reason, the person who first put these together found that these were the magical words to be spoken for each Seal. :)

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  9. Hi I found this blog absolutely amazing.
    I want to ask.
    Can I carry with me in my wallet a selected seals which are needed in the mean time.
    And where I can find the words from the seals, cause i don't know aramaic.
    Thank you.

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  10. Yes, definitely carry the chosen Seals with you. I have specific ones in my car, in my home and in my purse. Knowing Aramaic isn't necessary. The power is in the words & symbols and the centuries of energies infused in them through their use. Just familiarizing yourself with them is more than enough. Trust in the Divine that It guided the hands of the one(s) who made those Seals and knew the proper symbols to be placed with them.

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  11. is this true? is there any prof that this is working? need for answers , thanks

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    1. I have no idea whether something is working for you. I only know what has worked for me and people I know of personally. You can only know if something is working for you when you see the results of it. :)

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  12. Hi Granny Tacket i have a question here in the PH Satin is hard to find can i just use any kind of fabric but specific color of cloth is it ok ? Your Answer will be very Helpful Thank You For Sharing Youre Knowledge :)

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    1. If you can't find a source online to purchase it from, then using a comparable material in the appropriate should be fine. I am a firm believer that we use what we can: what we have, what we can afford, and what is locally available. Those who came before us could have only done the same. Yes, effort of acquisition of the items is a strong part of the power of these works, but I also believe that the Divine is far more powerful than all those "things", and doesn't need them, only your level and strength of belief.

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  13. Hi. Regarding the snake shaped wand, how is it used during the ritual? Do you wear it on your person while commanding the spirits that correspond to each talisman? Also, how is the circle in figure 2# used in the ritual?

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    1. I apologize, but I'm not sure which blog post or figure #2 you're referring to.

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  14. ty granny tacket ill just use paper and color them in the appropriate color and laminate it thatnk you for sharing your knowlege :)

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    1. I do that too - keeps them nice so they can be used often. If you need to do a work that needs to be kept 'alive', you can print them out on paper and not laminate them. This way, you can wrap any of the leftovers in the paper and tied up to be kept on the altar. I do this to save space, but yet still keep the work active until, at some point (even years later), I can then bury it or throw it in water or where ever the need leads me. :)

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