Water – Non-Fiction





Despite all non‐verbalists’ protests to the contrary, soaring heights of emotional ecstasy or raging pangs of anguish can be attained through verbal communication. If the magical ceremony is to employ all sensory awarenesses, then the proper sounds must be invoked. It is certainly true that “actions speak louder than words,” but words become as monuments to thoughts.

Perhaps the most noticeable shortcoming in the printed magical conjurations of the past is the lack of emotion developed upon the reciting of them. An old wizard known to the author, who was once employing a self‐composed invocation of great personal meaning in the light of his magical desires, ran out of words just as his ritual was moments short of its successful culmination.

Aware of the necessity of keeping his emotional response generating, he quickly adlibbed the first emotion‐provoking words that came to mind—a few stanzas of a poem by Rudyard Kipling! Thus, with this final burst of glory‐charged adrenalin, was he able to finalize an effective working!

The invocations which follow are designed to serve as proclamations of certainty, not whining apprehension. For this reason they are devoid of shallow offerings‐up and hollow charities. Leviathan, the great Dragon from the Watery Abyss, roars forth as the surging sea, and these invocations are his tribunals.

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