The True Story About My Own Haunted House And 3 Defensive Steps For Exterminating The Phantom Menace From Your Property
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Lights turn themselves on and switch themselves back off.
Drawers are pulled out on their sliders by invisible hands, and are then pushed back in.
Paintings fall off of the walls, despite the structural soundness of their placement.
Doors are knocked on, yet nobody is on the other side.
Voices are heard whispering, barely out of earshot, and they fall silent the moment that I try to hear what they’re saying.
Orbs of light flash into materialization down hallways and through doorways, vanishing again as soon as I look directly at them.
White, glowing forms of near-transparent people – people I have never seen before – flicker in the shadows just long enough to let me know that they are here.
Just yesterday as I walked from my bedroom to an adjacent room, a woman came around the corner heading the opposite direction. She was so clear that I assumed that it was my girlfriend, or our friend who was over for dinner that night. Just as I looked up to see her directly, and to address the woman who seemed quite physical, the apparition dematerialized.
I’m living proof that regardless of how many weird, crazy experiences you’ve had in your life, that it’s still weird and crazy every time! And, I’m willing to entertain the idea that I might be crazy, unless evidence outweighs that assumption.
And the evidence was presented last night, as a few adults were on the back patio chattering away, and the kids were inside playing games.
In between conversation topics, our friend asked if we have happened to see or notice any peculiar things in the house. Not wanting to outright admit to my potential hallucinations with one question, I began to ask what she meant by “peculiar,” but my question was interrupted by my girlfriend nearly shouting, “Yes! I’ve seen all sorts of weird things here,” and went on to list all of the events described above, and even more that I hadn’t noticed. I should mention that my girlfriend, while respecting my Work, and while unable to refute the power that magick has had in my life and the lives of those that I help, she herself is at the core a scientific skeptic. For her to consider something as real, the numbers would have to add up, the data would have to be collected, and the facts would need to be straight. She had seen enough to convince even her that, indeed, weird and crazy things are going on in our home.
At that very moment, our friend’s son came outside to ask if he could stay with us on the patio, or if he had to stay inside the creepy house.
When we asked what he found to be creepy about it, he gave a third confirmation of a combination of events and observations that can only be concluded to be supernatural.
Of course, MY house being haunted likely comes as no surprise, considering that I am a black magician, and that I do make a regular practice of summoning up the most dangerous entities in the spirit world, making pacts with devils, reviving the souls of the dead, along with every sort of spellcasting, ritual performance, pathworking, and out-of-body travel, usually right within the walls of my home.
Now that I think about it, you’d probably be surprised if I told you that my house wasn’t haunted. I have to admit that I’ve become quite comfortable around the entities and energies that I work with, despite how disconcerting their presence may be to most others.
What makes it odd, though, is that I just moved in two weeks ago, and whatever it is that is here was here before I arrived.
That is something that I’m NOT comfortable with. I don’t know what they are, I don’t know why they’re here, and I don’t know what they want.
What I do know is that lingering spirits linger longer than they should, and that hours can be wasted in post-mortem psychoanalysis and psychic detective work. Most of the time, what these specific spirits want is attention, and they are adept at spinning stories that can keep you entertained for quite a while.
I am also keenly aware of the sensitive nature of the specific beings and forces that I work with. I’ve learned about their characteristics, their unique personality traits, as well as the volatility of their interactions. I once called on a Voodoo lunar deity of the underworld in the same ritual as a Santeria solar deity, and the blowback nearly killed an entire family, aunts and uncles and cousins too. I’ve learned to proceed with much more caution in spirit interactions ever since.
My life is an ongoing ritual, and my home is my ritual temple, the cornerstone and foundation of all that I do in this world. It doesn’t need to be extravagant and it doesn’t need to be perfect; it does need to be mine! The previous owners left ugly, homemade shelves in the garage and broken yard equipment in the back, and before we had our belongings unpacked and put in their new places, we tossed out the broken remnants of the previous occupants. And now I will do the same with the broken astral remnants scattered about the house and the property it is on. It’s not that they’re bad or that they are causing harm. They simply don’t belong here, in my Temple. I have my own psychic residue and my own spooky ghosts to unpack and let loose in the walls, and I don’t need these leftover ones getting in my way.
But, is getting rid of unwanted spirits and energy really as easy as breaking apart a shelf and throwing it in the trash?
Yes, it actually is.
Step One: Loosen The Energy
Loosen the energy around the problem area. What this means is that in order to get rid of any pest or problem, your work becomes immeasurably easier if you allow it or even invite it to rise to the surface. When dealing with energy patterns and psychic fields, simply acknowledging its existence aloud is enough to pry it loose from the floorboards. You don’t have to pace your halls shouting at the invisible people, though.
Instead, when you witness crazy and weird things happening, laugh and tell your partner, your roommate, or your goldfish something like, “The ghosts are back again. Yep, the lady in the hallway almost knocked me over.” Make sure to do this with a sense of humor. Fear and irritation will only feed the problem the sort of energy that it will use to solidify itself in the home and increase its annoying chain-rattling and wall-pounding, or whatever the ghosts are doing in your home. Laughing while mentioning it in passing will confirm to these poltergeists that you recognize their presence as being real, but also as being of no threat or consequence, and at the same time taking this attitude will not only disarm the presences, but it will disarm you and your family as well, giving permission to relax, if anyone in the home is unnerved by the situation.
What is important in loosening the energy in the home is to not get too loose, which is to say that you shouldn’t start identifying with the entities or energies as if they are people. They aren’t. If you make that mistake, you are inviting worlds of continual problems into your life. Don’t talk directly to them, don’t engage them, and absolutely do not ask their names. Once you have a spirit’s name, you can summon and command it quite easily. But, once you do that, you are linked to that spirit with an intimacy that any wife would envy.
And, what most people don’t know is that simply speaking a spirit’s name begins the process of summoning it. If you’re not quite sure about this, consider that in discovering the name of the spirit you are doing quite a bit of interactive research, making the spirit very real in your mind, which can be called the building up of subjective synthesis, or as I have termed, ‘Preparatory Immersion.’ Whether you are using Ouija boards, automatic writing, scrying mirrors, or full evocations to discover the names of these wandering wraiths, you have employed the use of a working system of spirit contact. If you think that by communication you will be able to help the spirit, you indeed have started up the slippery staircase to feeling as if you are God, and acting as such, which isn’t bad at all, but it does need to be tempered with wisdom. In order to get the name you will have had to make substantial contact with that spirit or another spirit like it, and by possessing the name, the link grows stronger. Speaking the spirit’s name aloud with any intention of rousing it from its silence to stand before you absolutely counts as an incantation.
So, simply by discovering and speaking the name of the spirit, you will have completed 6 out of the 9 steps required for an evocation of that spirit, and should you merely engage in communication, ask the spirit to do something for you or give you some specific information, and then tell it to return to its world, you will have fully summoned it into your life, and the consequences of the contact will be all yours to handle!
Step Two: Get Agressive
Once the infesting energy has risen to the surface, it’s time to get aggressive. Disperse the energy and banish the entities that are harassing you through a potent exorcism or banishing ritual. For the kind of infestation that I’m dealing with, a Lesser Banishing Ritual just isn’t going to cut it.
Instead, I’m going to use a banishing method that’s a combination of different rootwork spells. This is exactly one of those scenarios I mentioned, that I’ve discovered through a whole lot of trial and error. In the end, I’ve found this to be one of the most potent way to clear a house of all unwanted spiritual energy, from the mildest to the meanest.
This step should be done shortly after sunrise, erring on the side of daylight, in order to utilize the solar energy in this exorcism.
The first thing to do is open all of the windows, letting the sun-infused, fresh morning air into the house, and sprinkle magickally charged water on all of the floors, walls, and ceilings, and getting a good amount of it around all of the doors and windows. Be sure not to neglect the corners of the rooms as well, as that’s where the nastiest malefics like to hide.
With the windows open, you’ve not only let fresh, clean air in the house, but you’re also letting the stale, haunted air escape, and the spirits who ride upon it. Interestingly, as soon as banishing rituals like this one start, everything in the house that hasn’t been invited WILL want to escape… badly. Sometimes, you can hear the astral shrieking and the clamor as the poltergeists scramble to get out. Every single time, though, you should notice a perceptible lightening of the home, as if the lights are finally shining as bright as they should and the air is finally thin enough to easily breathe. You’ll also notice almost instantly that you have more energy, you’re more at peace, and communication between people in the home is more supportive and harmonious.
I’m using a scatter powder made up of a few different herbs, specifically saffron and arnica, which are both solar herbs, which are great for exorcism. But, I don’t just want to get rid of these spirits; I want to seal my property up so that any spiritual forces that trespass without my say-so experience a violent and crippling blowback. So, I’m also adding red pepper, black pepper, and dried chili peppers, all of which are associated with Mars, the planet of warfare.
Of course, just crushing these herbs, mixing them, and scattering the powder on the ground isn’t going to do much. The key to this type of working is Possession! I’ve taken each of these herbs individually and have heavily imbued them with spirits and demons of their spheres, and have channeled the solar and Martian essences into them until they are absolutely radiant with power. Then, I’ll mix this together with consecrated sea salt, and scatter the mixture around the perimeter of my property, once again calling forth the powers associated with these plants, activating them as sentinels around my home.
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Speaking of safety, though, I’m going to make sure that I’m wearing a good pair of latex gloves. The peppers that I’m using are intense, and they will eat into your skin. Worse yet, it I forget that I’ve had them all over my hands and I touch my eyes, I’m going to be in some serious agony.
I’m also going to be careful to try to keep this scatter powder off of the lawn where possible. The salt can kill plants, and I’d imagine that all the noxious peppers aren’t going to do my grass any good either. In some areas, I won’t have a choice, so instead of scattering it like I would do in the dirt, I’ll just sprinkle a thin amount in a line right on the edge of my property, so if there’s an issue, it won’t take out patches of my lawn, but will just make an interesting yellow line of dead grass.
As I’ve been doing this, I’ve also kept a bowl of warm saltwater in the center of the property. Sometimes it will work out so that you can put this bowl in a basement, or on the ground directly. If your house is like mine, though, it will have a pretty thick concrete foundation, layered over with wood, and then tile, carpet, or hardwood flooring. I want to get the bowl outside, so that as all of the spirits are fleeing, that they either leave the property and never return, or they’ll get trapped inside this bowl, as I’ve charged it to act like a psychic magnet. After this is done, I’ll dump it in a hole in the ground, or toss it in a river. Or, I might put it in a consecrated jar and leave it on an enemy’s doorstep.
Step Three: Dispose The Garbage
Now that the spirits are out of the house, and any stragglers are trapped in the bowl of water, I’ll dispose of it, and in the center of the property where it was at, I’m going to set my quartz pyramid. I’ve used this in several rituals, and I have no doubt that it is capable of magnifying and redirecting astral energy in a massive way. Since I’ve brought the ambient energy down to a neutral level, I’m going to seal this working by inviting into my home all of the energies and entities that I want to cohabitate with. Sure, some of these are much worse than the ones I just kicked out, but these ones are my friends, and they’re very good to have around!
Creating a triangle around the property with magical links to the different types of spirits I’m going to invoke will anchor them to the physical world. The form of the triangle is that of materialization, of the spirit made flesh, and since I’m going to be bringing these spirits not only into my home, but into this world as a whole, the triangle is an excellent shape to set these out in. Some people prefer to square the area, which is fine too.
The objects that I’m using as anchors are a pot de tete, or pot of the head, which I used in Vodoun black magick as a storehouse for my ti bon ange, and as a connection to my met tet. Another corner of the triangle holds a Seal of the Sorcerer, used as a link to countless Mesopotamian and Orient Gods and spirits that I’ve made alliances with. And, in the final corner of the triangle is a candle dedicated to Ahriman, made with the corpses of spiders, scorpions, maggots, and other insects in it, as well as wolf’s blood and vulture feathers. Of course, all of these were collected from already-deceased animals, except for the wolf’s blood, which was purchased from a veterinary supplier. The candle is set in a bowl of black water, which has been cursed as a venom deadly to enemies, anointed with the alchemical blood of Azi Dahaka, the serpent Monster God of ancient Persia.
Remember that the physical implements are merely catalysts and anchors, but that the real power of magick comes from you, the spiritual center of your universe, the one true Living God of your world. So, I’m going to invoke these powers at each corner of the triangle, the energy of each connecting to the next like a circuit, and all 3 relaying their power back to the center, to the crystal pyramid, opening my home as a portal for those spirits who serve me, and acting as a citadel against any spirit, power, or person who would try to harm me.
So it is done!
While this ritual can banish just about any haunting spirits or lingering energies, as well as remove residues of curses and other psychic attacks, it’s a good idea not to let it get to that point before spiritually clearing your home. A good rule of thumb is to astrally clean your home when you first move in, after any major trauma occurs in the home or in the lives of the residents, before undertaking any important rituals or major celebrations, and before moving any additional people into the home. Additionally, it is a good idea to use this method, or a simpler method like sage smudging or sprinkling consecrated water, at least once a month, as well as after any particularly nasty rituals have been performed, after any heated arguments in the home have been resolved, after an illness has passed, after multiple-day visitors have departed, and generally at any time when the air feels thicker, the lights look dimmer, and attitudes start to get muddy.
That being said, I’ll confess that I don’t clean the floors once weekly, I don’t change the oil in my cars every 3 months, and my dentist only sees me when there’s a problem. Whether you’re just moving in to a new home, or if you’ve been there longer than you can remember, whether the house is infested with flying phantoms, or if you just want to clear some tension from the air, this simple ritual will get the job done!
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