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Feb 9, 2011

Conjuration of the Sword. Analysis. (I)

1. Conjuring the sword by Four divine names.
Coniuro te ensis per ista nomina Habraam, Abrac, Tetragrammaton, quod est Aglane quae tu in meo opere nocere non possis.
2. Conjuring the sword by 4 divine names with attributes.
Coniuro te per nomen sanctum quod est Onoyteon et purum stimulaton et per festinâtem Elsefarêa, et per iustum emsyotam,
3. Conjuring the sword by 10 divine names.
et per hec nomina dei ineffabilia Egyrion, Usirion, Osistion, Etionam, Usiromis, Brasni, Onela, Perasni, Rohim, Zocoph,
4. Conjuring the Sword by 45 divine names and titles of Christ.
et ita nomina Sother, Emanuel, Sabaoth, Adonay, Primus et Nouissimus, Unigentus, Via, Vita, Manus, Homo, Usyon, Primogenitus, Fons, Sapientia, Virtus, Alpha et Omega, Caput, Finis, Os, Verbum, Gloria, Splendor, Lux, Sol, Imago, Foris, Vitis, mons, Janua, petra, Lapis, angulus, sponsus, pastor, propheta, sacerdot, athanatos, Iogirios, yskyros ysus, ysyos ichyos pantor craton, Jesus Alleluya
5. Coclusion
Analysis:
1. Conjuring the sword by Four divine names.
Sloane 3847
K.o.K.
Duveen
Aubrey
Mathers
Habraam
Abraham
Abraham
Abrath

Abrahahch
Abrac
Abraho
Abrah
Abrade
Abrach
-
-
-
Abracadabra

Abracadabra
Tetragrammaton
Tetragrammaton
Tetragrammaton
Jehova
Yod HeVau He
Aglane
Aglane
agla



1st name: Abraham. The name of the patriarch is celebrated by all of the three monotheistic traditions, but never as a name of God. Rather, the formula God of Abraham, or the longer  God of Abraham, God of Isaac, God of Jacob.
2nd name: Liber Juratus often cites Abrac as a divine name, and Abracio is the 63rd divine name of the 100. It adds, in one of the conjurations, Abracio + who didst speak to thy servant Moses in the midst of a bush in a flame of fire.”
We also have similar examples, such as
“coniuro per ab, per gap, per abx, per abra, per abraca, per gebra, per abracala, per abracasap, per abracaleus, per zargon, per abrion, per eleyon, per sargionand of course, the famous line from the Lemegeton and Heptameron:
“Bathac super Abrac ruens, Abeor super Aberor.”
We shall not count Abracadabra, since I believe it is a later extrapolation. It is not contained in any of the earlier works, and Liber Juratus does not mention anything of the sort. Abraxio occurs in the text later on. Possible connection with gnostic Abraxas.

3rd name: Tetragrammaton. Quite a well-known epithet for the holy name YHVH, which was not meant to be uttered. The Aubrey manuscript replaces it with Jehova, and Mathers goes further, simply spelling the name in Hebrew.

4th name: Agla. Again, a well;known and attested name of God. It’s actually the first name of God from the Liber Juratus list. It’s a commonly known fact that this word is the acronym of the second blessiong of Shemoneh 'Esreh, A(tah) G(ibor) L(e-olam) A(donay), Thou arth strong forever, o Lord.

Synthetic conjuration, part 1:

I conjure you, o sword, by these most holy names, that are of the God ABRAHAM : ABRACH, TETRAGRAMMATON,  AGLA, that in my works you shall not be able to hurt me.








2. Conjuring the sword by 4 divine names with attributes.

Sloane 3847
K.o.K.
Duveen
Liber Juratus
Munich Manual
Onoyteon
(Enoythieon)
-
Lenoyteon
Onoyteon,
Onoitheon
Sithothith, eon,
Otheon, Onoyteon,
Onoydeon,
Emoytho, on
Stimulaton
(Stimulaton)
stimulaton
Stimulaton
(40)Stimulamathon
(40)stymulamathon
Sepmelamaton,
Stimlamathon,
Stimulacio,
Strinolamaton,
Stimula, Mathon.
Elsefarea
-
Eleelferas
(36)Elzephares
Ezelphates
Ezelphares,
Ezelphares
Alzephares
Elelpharos
Elzephares
Emsyotam
-
Elcorum,
Euisoram
Elyorem,
Eliorem
Elyoram
Elyoraz
elioram

Coniuro te per nomen sanctum quod est onoyteon et purum stimulaton et per festinâtem Elsefarêa, et per iustum emsyotam,
A striking similarity with one adjuration in Liber Juratus:
“per sanctum nomen 21,[Rasamarathon],  per sanctissimum 22 [Anethi],  per purum 23 [Erihona], et per iustum 24 [Iuestre], et per festinantem 25[Saday], et per alia dei nomina pura que sunt[...].

 Again, we have:
[...]iustum Ombonar, per verum Stimulamathon, per sanctum Orion, per sanctissimum Eryon, per magnum Noyygl, per festinantem Pep[...]

There is a pattern here, in which four names are given atributes like  Holy, Most-holy, Pure, Just,  True, Great and Hasting (Hasteful? Haste-worthy? Festinantem proves quite problematic).
1st  name: Onoyteon. In the Liber juratus, we find the exact same name, number 54 in the list of 100 names. We also have the description:
 Onoitheon + who hast done all things through wisdom”.
2nd  name: Stimulaton. In all works consulted, like the Lemegeton, Heptameron and Liber Juratus, this name is spelled Stimulamaton. Liber Juratus describes it as : „Stimulamathon + Insubstantia + Invisibilis”(Insubstantial, invizible).

3rd  name: Elsefarêa. In Liber Juratus we find a close match, Elzephares, the 36th name of God, mentioned quite a few times. It’s called in one oration:
Elzephares + Defensor “(The Defender).
4th  name: Emsyotam. No exact matches in the Liber Juratus, we have only Elyorem(97) and Erihona (23), but we are inclined to believe it is Elyorem, due to the cited adjuration similar in wording. Liber Juratus has the conjuration:

Elyorem, which being presented unto God in the temple of Jerusalem by the hands of  Simeon, gavest unto the same Simeon the effect of knowledge as he doth witness himself, saying, "now Lord lettest thou thy servant depart in peace, for mine eyes have seen thy salvation, which thou hast prepared before the face of all people alight to lighten the Gentile's and the glory of the people of Israel."


Synthetic conjuration, part 2:

I conjure you by the sacred name that is Onoytheon, and the pure Stimula(ma)ton,   and the hasting Elzephares, and the just Emsyotam (Elyorem?),

3. Conjuring the sword by 10 divine names.

Sloane 3847
K.o.K.
Duveen
Liber Juratus
Munich Manual
Egyrion
Egyrion
Egierion
37. Egirion
Egyrion,
Egyryon
Eygiraem,
Egyrion
Egyryon.
Usirion

Usivion
68. Usiryon
Vsirion, vsyrion,
Vsyrion
Osistion
Osystron
Osistion
32. Oristion,
Oristyon, Horistion,
47.Ysyston
Ysiston
Usiston
Erystion,
Oristion, Oristion,
Oristion
Ysistion?
Etionam
Enona
Eridan
23. Erihona
Heriona

Orona, eryono,
Orrona
Usiromis

Usionis
Usiston?
Ysyornus,
Vsy, ormis,
Vsiorius
Brasni



Byasim
Onela
Aula ?
Vula ?

Onela,
Alellabiassim
Euella, ouel
Perasni
Asyn ?
Parasim

Baysyn, brasym, byasim
Rohim
Manalo ?
Erim ?

Mayim, noyn,
Moym, neym
Zocoph

Horech ?

Ioseph, ioseph


Permanas ?



et per hec nomina dei ineffabilia Egyrion, Usirion, Osistion, Etionam, Usiromis, Brasni, Onela, Perasni, Rohim, Zocoph,

Juratus has a similar formula:
“et per ista decem dei nomina ineffabilia que sunt Egirion 38 [*37], Betha 38, hombonar 39, Stimulamathon 40, Oryon 41, Eryon 42, Noymos 43, Peb 44, Nathanothay 45, Theon 46."( and by these ten ineffable names that are ...)
Liber Juratus provides, here and there, traditions related to the names, and attributes:
Egyrion + protector
Usyryon + who gavest to thy thirsty people out of the hard rock innumerable waters to drink,
Oristion + Potentissime (Most powerfull)
Heriona, almighty, incomprehensible, invisible, and indivisible God,
Usiston+ Gloriose (Glorious)

The Munich Manual also has a few atributes of these names mentioned in the conjurations:
Et per nomine  Oristion,  in nomine oristion, quod Moyses nominauit, et fluuij omnes ebulierunt ranas, et absconderunt in domibus Egyptiorum, (and by the name Oristion, in the name of Oristion, that Moses spoke and fled there toads, and the Egyptians hid in their houses, )
Et per nomine Ysistion,  in nomine Ysistion, quod mare audiuit et submersit omnes currus pharaonis, (and by the name Ysistion, in the name Ysistion, that the sea heard and submerged all of Pharaoh’s  chariots,)
Et per nomine Egyryon,  in nomine Egyryon, cum quo Yosue pugnauit et inimicos destruxit suo et victoriam obtenuit,(and by the name Egyryon, in the name of Egyryion, with which Joshua stroke and destroyed his enemies and obtained victory,)
Synthetic conjuration, part 3:

And by these  ineffable names of God: Egirion, Usirion, Oristion, Erihona, Usiromis (Usiormis?), Brasin, Onela, Perasin, Mayim, Joseph.

Next article will be upon the 72 names of Christ used in this conjuration.

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