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Tipharethic Healing Ritual


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Before performing this ritual, the magician should be well skilled in performing the LBRP and the Middle Pillar Ritual, (as well as the circulation of the light used in this ritual around and through his own body, which we will call The Circulation of Light), and his skill in visualization of these rituals should be very strong and profound. You should not attempt this ritual unless you truly believe that you are ready to execute it with precision and excellence.

This ritual is not meant to replace the care and advice of a certified Medical Doctor. If performed, this ritual should be done along with the care of a certified physician. I will provide two variations of this ritual, a self-healing ritual and a healing ritual for others. If you perform this for another person, you should always advise them to seek counsel with a Doctor as well.

You should attempt the self healing ritual before healing others.


Before the Execution of the Ritual

The magician (and the person to be healed) should meditate for a short period of time in order to allow the body to relax and the mind to quiet itself. This will provide the best mindset for the giving and the receiving of the light. If the magician in question wishes to do so, he may also perform a preliminary Middle Pillar Ritual as to prepare himself for the actual performance of it during the ritual itself.

After the preliminary meditation, the person performing the ritual should meditate on the sephira Tiphareth, becoming only concerned with all the associations and qualities of the sphere of beauty. Once you feel ready, you may commence the beginning of the actual ritual.



The Self Healing Ritual

• Begin the ceremony by opening with the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram. The circle should be big enough to enclose you and your altar.

• Perform the analysis of the Key Word as in the Banishing Ritual of the Hexagram. (I will show the Keyword Analysis below for those of you who do not know it.)

• Stand in the West facing the East and proclaim, “I come in the name of the Light. For the Light is healing in its own Beautiful nature.”

• Now sit down in your chair which is placed in the East facing the East and perform the Middle Pillar Ritual and begin with the Circulation of Light. When you feel satisfied with the amount of accumulated energy, draw a deep breath and visualize the light flowing to the sephira of Tiphareth, and imagine the sephira teeming with energy as it fills and the light therein absorbing all of the qualities of that sphere.

• Now place or direct your hands on or at the general area which is afflicted and visualize the Tipharethic Light flowing out and down your arms, to your hands, and then to the afflicted area from the sephira of Tiphareth.

• Once finished, Perform the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram to make sure no illness which has been removed may return.

• Sit and contemplate how you feel.



The Ritual for the Healing of Others

• Have person to be healed sit in a comfortable chair in the East facing the East.

• Begin the ceremony by opening with the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram. Your circle should be big enough to enclose the Chair and the person to be healed in the East, the altar, and yourself.

• Perform the analysis of the Key Word.

• Stand in the West facing the East and proclaim, “I come in the name of the Light. For the Light is healing in its own beautiful nature.”

• Now walk behind the person to be healed, facing the East, and perform the Middle Pillar Ritual and begin the Circulation of Light. When you feel satisfied with the amount of accumulated energy, draw a deep breath and visualize the light flowing to the sephira of Tiphareth, and imagine the sephira teeming with energy as it fills and the light therein absorbing all of the qualities of that sphere.

• Now place or direct your hands on or at the general area which is afflicted and visualize the Tipharethic Light flowing out and down your arms, to your hands, and then to the afflicted area from the sephira of Tiphareth on the person in question.

• Once finished, Perform the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram to make sure no illness which has been removed may return.

• Wash your hands and perform the Middle Pillar again to revitalize yourself and to make sure you do not get ill as well.


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The Analysis of the Keyword

• Say in a low and clear voice, “I N R I, Yod Nun Resh Yod.” As you say the letters in Hebrew, trace them in the air with your wand, dagger, or finger. They look like this: ינרי

• Then extend your arms outward like you are making the sign of a cross and say, “The sign of Osiris slain.”

• Next, form the letter L by raising your right hand straight up in the air from the shoulder and raise your left hand until it is straight out at your side and say, “L… the sign of the mourning of Isis.”

• Now, raise both arms until they are up in the air at an angle of about 60 degrees and say, “V… the sign of Typhon and Apophis.”

• Cross both arms so that each hand is touching the opposite shoulder, right arm over left, and say, “X… the sign of Osiris risen.”

• Now, form each letter and give the name of each form as you did before and then say, “L…V…X… LUX.”

• At the word “light” of the following statement, extend your arms in the sign of Osiris slain. Then re-cross your arms like before and bow your head saying, “The light… of the Cross.”

• While extending your arms out to the Osiris slain sign and then raising them to the sign of Typhon and Apophis slowly, say loudly and firmly, “Virgo, Isis, Mighty Mother. Scorpio, Apophis, Destroyer. Sol, Osiris, Slain and Risen. Isis… Apophis… Osiris.”

• Then vibrate loudly, “IAO” (pronounced eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-aaaaaaaahhh-oooooooooohhh)

• Visualize light descending from above down to your head and through you to your feet and then beyond and into the Earth. As you do so, say, “Let the Divine Light descend!”

• Feel the energy rushing through you and let it purify you. You may relax in this state for a few minutes if you wish before moving on.

« Last Edit: August 31, 2008, 01:18:05 PM by Zohar »
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August 31, 2008, 03:35:13 PM
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Well, well Zohar, excellent work on devising a ritual.  Since you seem to have submitted it for review, I will cover a few significant points here.

1.  A magician who is skilled in performing the LBRP and/or the Middle Pillar Ritual (both of which, most  especially the latter have useful healing properties and medicinal uses open to the imagination) will be competent at moving energy around their body and will already be familiar with psycho-occult healing.  This is good that you suggested this.  As will become significant in a later point, they will also be competent at invoking the name of an entity relevant to the ritual.

2.  You put a disclaimer on appropriate use of the ritual (i.e. in tandem with traditional medical practice).  This is always a good suggestion, as we even see Bardon highlighting that the best care of a patient is physical work on the physical body and occult work on the energy bodies.

3.  Also a good point, healing should not be attempted on another before being attempted on oneself with success.  A basic precept of thaumaturgic healing to remember.

The aforementioned is largely common sense, but is much like the "lab safety rules" of science, mainly that the above should be performed correctly before actual work begins.  If I may advise, belief is not as important as skill.  Belief is important on the behalf of the patient, but even without it a magician may work adequately on the patient.  I would rather use the word confident (as in one's ability to be effectual), to place a distinction between faith healing and magical healing (though the lines may blur).  However, this is largely my own personal choice of semantics, so you can heed this or not as you choose.

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Before the Execution of the Ritual

The magician (and the person to be healed) should meditate for a short period of time in order to allow the body to relax and the mind to quiet itself. This will provide the best mindset for the giving and the receiving of the light. If the magician in question wishes to do so, he may also perform a preliminary Middle Pillar Ritual as to prepare himself for the actual performance of it during the ritual itself.

After the preliminary meditation, the person performing the ritual should meditate on the sephira Tiphareth, becoming only concerned with all the associations and qualities of the sphere of beauty. Once you feel ready, you may commence the beginning of the actual ritual.

If the magician and the patient can meditate and attune themselves to each other, the result will naturally be all the greater, yes.  However, the patient need not meditate on Tiphareth (though they may if they are knowledgeable on Kaballistic symbolism).  In any case if they do not know what Tiphareth is, obviously it won't make much of a difference if they meditate on it (though if they maintain its qualities in mind, such as beauty it may help calm themselves, making the mental matrix more receptive to the magician's influence).  Overall, don't be too concerned with how the patient is, most of the work is the part of the magician's.  All the patient really needs to be advised to do is to not be in a negative state of mind, but rather a relaxed and open one.

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The Self Healing Ritual

• Begin the ceremony by opening with the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram. The circle should be big enough to enclose you and your altar.

• Perform the analysis of the Key Word as in the Banishing Ritual of the Hexagram. (I will show the Keyword Analysis below for those of you who do not know it.)

• Stand in the West facing the East and proclaim, “I come in the name of the Light. For the Light is healing in its own Beautiful nature.”

• Now sit down in your chair which is placed in the East facing the East and perform the Middle Pillar Ritual and begin with the Circulation of Light. When you feel satisfied with the amount of accumulated energy, draw a deep breath and visualize the light flowing to the sephira of Tiphareth, and imagine the sephira teeming with energy as it fills and the light therein absorbing all of the qualities of that sphere.

• Now place or direct your hands on or at the general area which is afflicted and visualize the Tipharethic Light flowing out and down your arms, to your hands, and then to the afflicted area from the sephira of Tiphareth.

• Once finished, Perform the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram to make sure no illness which has been removed may return.

• Sit and contemplate how you feel.

The Ritual for the Healing of Others

• Have person to be healed sit in a comfortable chair in the East facing the East.

• Begin the ceremony by opening with the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram. Your circle should be big enough to enclose the Chair and the person to be healed in the East, the altar, and yourself.

• Perform the analysis of the Key Word.

• Stand in the West facing the East and proclaim, “I come in the name of the Light. For the Light is healing in its own beautiful nature.”

• Now walk behind the person to be healed, facing the East, and perform the Middle Pillar Ritual and begin the Circulation of Light. When you feel satisfied with the amount of accumulated energy, draw a deep breath and visualize the light flowing to the sephira of Tiphareth, and imagine the sephira teeming with energy as it fills and the light therein absorbing all of the qualities of that sphere.

• Now place or direct your hands on or at the general area which is afflicted and visualize the Tipharethic Light flowing out and down your arms, to your hands, and then to the afflicted area from the sephira of Tiphareth on the person in question.

• Once finished, Perform the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram to make sure no illness which has been removed may return.

• Wash your hands and perform the Middle Pillar again to revitalize yourself and to make sure you do not get ill as well.

The Lesser Banishing Ritual is well to do, it insures no negative qualities enter while the healing is taking place.  The Middle Pillar Rite is perhaps even more effective, and I should think that with negative influences banished and the MPR performed the body will already be relatively healed unless you have a strong case of some illness, especially the longer you carry on the healing.  However for another person, the MPR will only add to your own energy to heal.  Make this distinction carefully.  The MPR has a strong propensity to heal its user, but its energetic efficiency is diluted somewhat as the god-name and corresponding energy will not be as directly powerful.  Not exactly a problem, but be aware of it.

Using Tiphareth as a focal point of healing energy is a good idea, however do more to make a mental link to its causal sphere.  Simply visualizing Tiphareth is not a good direction, a better one would be, for example, to visualize a sacrificial king with life rising forth from his torso (a notable symbolic representation), or the mystical Christ on the cross, or simple an unequivocal cross.  Visualizing such a symbol in a sphere on a tree, along with a name inscribed upon the sphere such as "Zeir Anpin" or the even better "Tetragrammaton Eloah Va Daath" would certainly make a strong mental link to the sephirah.  Also, any of the tarot cards which involve the number 6 would make the appropriate mental link, but should be used as augmentation, as the god-name and symbol of the sphere will be what most powerfully connect to Tiphareth.

I would also advise that you visualize the energies of Tiphareth being colored by a light rosy hue (as you want to take the energies from the symbolic Tree of Atziluth where it purest, and gradually draw it down to Assiah where the healing ritual is taking place).  When the energy moves down to the healing circle, make sure its color changes to match that of the body being worked on.  If the physical body, the energy should become colored a light golden, though if you are having the energy go to another body, such as the astral, then it should become more of a strong pink (in contrast to the above mentioned rosy hue).  This is because the color of the energy in your visualization will make a link with the energy on the appropriate level, and the appropriate level must match the appropriate body to be most effective.

Being that the magician is competent in the LBRP, you can add elements of invocation to this healing ritual to be even more effective.  For example, you may want to invoke Raphael somewhere in there, because Raphael is the angel correlated with the Tipharethic sphere.  Also, invoking the previously mentioned god-name would help immensely, as would mentioning Christ's god name, Yod Heh Shin Vau Heh, because Christ is mystically connected with healing energies, making the name good for a general panacea if vibrated correctly and also for exorcism (though the latter is outside the scope of this ritual).

Namaste, and good job.

September 01, 2008, 02:44:44 PM
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Before the Execution of the Ritual

The magician (and the person to be healed) should meditate for a short period of time in order to allow the body to relax and the mind to quiet itself. This will provide the best mindset for the giving and the receiving of the light. If the magician in question wishes to do so, he may also perform a preliminary Middle Pillar Ritual as to prepare himself for the actual performance of it during the ritual itself.

After the preliminary meditation, the person performing the ritual should meditate on the sephira Tiphareth, becoming only concerned with all the associations and qualities of the sphere of beauty. Once you feel ready, you may commence the beginning of the actual ritual.

If the magician and the patient can meditate and attune themselves to each other, the result will naturally be all the greater, yes.  However, the patient need not meditate on Tiphareth (though they may if they are knowledgeable on Kaballistic symbolism).  In any case if they do not know what Tiphareth is, obviously it won't make much of a difference if they meditate on it (though if they maintain its qualities in mind, such as beauty it may help calm themselves, making the mental matrix more receptive to the magician's influence).  Overall, don't be too concerned with how the patient is, most of the work is the part of the magician's.  All the patient really needs to be advised to do is to not be in a negative state of mind, but rather a relaxed and open one.

If I may say something, the second paragraph suggests that the magician performing the rite, not the person to be healed, should meditate on Tiphareth. I provided that both parties should meditate blankly together so that they can put themselves in the state of mind best suited for sending/receiving energy and as you said, "to attune themselves together".

Using Tiphareth as a focal point of healing energy is a good idea, however do more to make a mental link to its causal sphere.  Simply visualizing Tiphareth is not a good direction, a better one would be, for example, to visualize a sacrificial king with life rising forth from his torso (a notable symbolic representation), or the mystical Christ on the cross, or simple an unequivocal cross.  Visualizing such a symbol in a sphere on a tree, along with a name inscribed upon the sphere such as "Zeir Anpin" or the even better "Tetragrammaton Eloah Va Daath" would certainly make a strong mental link to the sephirah.  Also, any of the tarot cards which involve the number 6 would make the appropriate mental link, but should be used as augmentation, as the god-name and symbol of the sphere will be what most powerfully connect to Tiphareth. 

Yes, a mental link will need to be formed to connect yourself powerfully to the sephira of Tiphareth. However, wouldn't the meditation on the qualities and associations with Tiphareth be enough to form the said mental link? Because by associations I mean things like the God-name, the colour or metal gold, Olibanum, the archangel Raphael, the Phoenix, Sunflower, etc. Perhaps I should revise and add some of these associations and qualities instead of leaving that up to the magician?


Being that the magician is competent in the LBRP, you can add elements of invocation to this healing ritual to be even more effective.  For example, you may want to invoke Raphael somewhere in there, because Raphael is the angel correlated with the Tipharethic sphere.  Also, invoking the previously mentioned god-name would help immensely, as would mentioning Christ's god name, Yod Heh Shin Vau Heh, because Christ is mystically connected with healing energies, making the name good for a general panacea if vibrated correctly and also for exorcism (though the latter is outside the scope of this ritual).

Very good suggestion. I never thought about adding an invocation in the ritual. I'm sure that it would help immensly as well. Perhaps I'll revise it to invoke Raphael, the Christos, or even YHVH Eloah Ve-Daath after the LBRP is done.

Also, thank you for your very warm response, Oriens. It is well appreciated.
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