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Vaa (Var. Vaah): (1) a word used in the Grand and Supreme Appellation in Apono's Magickal Elements. (2) An angel who appeared to John Dee and Edward Kelley. Its name translates as "Scourge of those who resist the power, will and command of God". Vaah


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Lexicon of Occult Terminology © 2010 Kerr Cuhulain

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Va: (1) A word used in the Grand and Supreme Appellation in Apono's Magickal Elements. (2) A name used in the conjuration of Tuesday in The Magus. (3) One of the 34 consonants of the Sanskrit alphabet.

Vaa (Var. Vaah): (1) A word used in the Grand and Supreme Appellation in Apono's Magickal Elements. (2) An angel who appeared to John Dee and Edward Kelley. Its name translates as "Scourge of those who resist the power, will and command of God".

Vaah (Var. of Vaa (q.v.)): A name used in an exorcism of the spirits of the air in The Magus.

Vaasa: See Vasa.

Vabezodire: See Vabzir.

Vabiel: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 14th and 24th degrees of both Taurus and Gemini.

Vabzir (Var. Vabezodire): Enochian- trans. "eagle".

Vacabiel (Var. of Vocabiel (q.v.)): In The Prince of Darkness: A genii ruling the sign of Pisces.

Vacatiel: See Vocabiel.

Vachael: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 30th degree of Gemini.

Vachat: A name used in an invocation of spirits in The Magus.

Vachmiel: In the Lemegeton, the angel ruling the fourth hour of the day, who has ten chief and one hundred inferior officers. The chiefs include Ammiel, Larmiel, Marfiel, Ormijel and Sardiel. The Inferior officers include Emarfiel, Permiel, Quoriel, Sturbiel and Daniel.

Va-Daath: A name used in conjuration in the Greater Key of Solomon.

^ Vadael: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 28th degree of Sagittarius.

Vadali: (1) A Holy name ruling the sub element of Water of Fire in the Book of Supplications and Invocations. (2) In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: A name used in the seventeenth key of The Forty-Eight Angelic Keys or Calls.

Vadriel: In the Lemegeton, an angel ruling the ninth hour of the day, who has ten chief officers and one hundred lesser officers. The chief officers include Astroniel, Charms, Pamerif, Damiel and Madriel. The lesser officers include Dremos, Meros, Brasiel, Nafarin and Zoigmiel.

^ Vagael: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 28th degree of Scorpio.

Vagel: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 24th degree of Aries

Vagdavercustis: Celtic. A mother Goddess of the Rhineland.

Vahasah: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 15th degree of Pisces.

Vahaviah (Var. of Vehuiah (q.v.)): One of the 72 names of Jehovah or of the Angels of the Shem Ha-Mephoresch (q.v.), found in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

^ Vahoel: In Rune's The Wisdom of the Kabalah: Oneof the 72 angels ruling the signs of the zodiac.

Vahoiah: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 25th degree of Pisces.

Vaij: In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses: An angel of the Seal.

Vairaga: See Vairagya.

Vairagya (Var. Vairaga): The fourth portal through which one passes on the way to Nirvana in Liber LXXI.

Vajabo: The second of three verses of Exodus, each consisting of seventy two letters, which combined in a certain way make the name Schemhamphorae (q.v.), according to ^ The Magus.

Vajael: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 18th degree of both Scorpio and Sagittarius.

Vajisa: The first of three verses of Exodus, each consisting of seventy two letters, which combined in a certain way make the name Schemhamphorae (q.v.), according to ^ The Magus.

Vajot: The third of three verses of Exodus, each consisting of seventy two letters, which combined in a certain way make the name Schemhamphorae (q.v.), according to The Magus.

Vajrapani: A Hindu God who blew up and became the stars, mentioned in ^ Liber LXXI.


Valac (Var. Volac, Valak, Valu, Ualac): The sixty second spirit of the Lemegeton, described as a president who appears as a little boy with angel's wings riding a two headed dragon. Valac has the power to locate hidden treasures and to give the magician power over serpents. He commands 38 legions of spirits. His sigil is depicted in fig. 1.

Valak: See Valac.

Valasa: See Uls.

Valaskjalf: Norse/Asatru. Odin’s hall in Asgard (q.v.).


Figure 2 Sigil of Valac



Figure 1 Sigil of Valefor
Valefar (Var. of Valefor (q.v.)): (1) A subordinate of Sargatanas in the ^ Grand Grimoire. (2) A demon mentioned by Grillot De Givry in Witchcraft, Magic and Alchemy.

Valefor (Var. Valefar, Malaphar): (1) The sixth spirit of the Lemegeton, described as a powerful duke, appearing as a many headed lion. The Lemegeton states that those who associate with him become thieves. He is said to rule over 10 legions of spirits. His sigil is depicted in fig. 2. (2) Valefor is the third spirit in the Heirarchy of Wierus.

Valgars: A governor of the aethyr or aire Lil listed in ^ Liber Scientiae, Auxili et Victoriae Terrestris, in Liber Vel Chanokh and in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Valgars has 5562 servants.

Valhalla: Norse/Asatru. Odin’s hall where the Einherjar (q.v.) await Ragnarok.

Vali: See Feast of Vali.

Valnum: In the Heptameron: (a) An angel of Monday residing in the 1st heaven and invoked in the north. (b) An angel ruling the planet Saturn.

^ Valu: See Valac.

Valuerituf: A name used in a conjuration of Astaroth in the Grimorium Verum.

Vam: A sound associated with the Tattwa Apas (q.v.).

Vametel: In Rune's The Wisdom of the Kabalah: One of the 72 angels of the zodiac.

Vamiel: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 19th degree of Aquarius.

Vampire (French, deriv. Serbian "vampir" or "vampira"): A vampire was believed to be the spirit of a suicide, heretic or criminal that fed on the blood of living things. Beliefs about spirits of the dead requiring blood to revitalize themselves can be found in Greek mythology (See Blood). Beliefs that vampires went out at night to seek the blood of humans to revitalize themselves were fairly common in the Middle Ages and especially popular in Slavic and Hungarian legends. Vampires were described in Slavic folklore as having protruding incisors with which to suck blood from the throats of their victims. It was further believed that they cast no shadow and that they were not reflected in mirrors. Talismans to ward off vampires included the crucifix and necklaces of garlic. It was believed that a vampire could be destroyed by destroying its daytime resting place, by burning it or by driving a stake through its heart. British author Bram Stoker's novel Dracula (1897) created the Transylvanian villain "Count Dracula" which defined the modern conception of a vampire. Films in the mid 1920s and early 1930s such as Tod Browning's classic "Dracula" (1931) starring Bela Lugosi further developed this modern stereotypical image (cf. Vampyre).

Vampire: The Masquerade: A role playing game developed by Mark Rein-Hagan and published by White Wolf in the early 1990s. It was inspired by the novels of Anne Rice. It portrays a dark, Gothic/Punk world where immortal vampires run human society from the shadows. Vampires are divided into clans, each of which has characteristic strengths and weaknesses. Vampire society is organized into Elders, Ancilla (q.v.) and Neonates (q.v.). Each city is ruled by a Vampire prince. Vampires in this “World of Darkness” are bound by a set of rules called “The Traditions” or “The Masquerade.” Rein-Hagen’s game was the first place where Vampires were referred to as “the Kindred.” Other terms used in this game which were absorbed into Vampyre (q.v.) culture include: Sire, Childe, and “the embrace.” This game is very popular and inspired the short lived TV program Kindred: The Embraced.

Vampyre (Var. Sanguinarian): A person who lives a Vampyre lifestyle and has a Vampyric condition, requiring them to replenish themselves by consuming the energy and/or blood of others. Vampyres describe the following symptoms of their condition: A real need to consume the blood or life energy of others, heightened sensitivities, light sensitivity, tendency to a nocturnal sleep cycle, increased healing abilities, and possibly lengthened lifespan. Heightened sensitivities include psychic abilities (e.g.: astral projection, clairvoyance). Their light sensitivity does not prevent them from being out in sunlight, though many report susceptibility to sunburn/sunstroke. They spell Vampyre with a “y” to differentiate it from the vampires of mythology, folklore and fiction. Vampyres have organized themselves into Covens, Households and Traditions and have developed complex languages, mythologies, philosophies and spiritual systems.

^ Vampyre Connection: An international network of businesses, havens (q.v.), producers, organizations, scholars, performers and artists who cater to or who are involved in the Vampire/Vampyre scene.

Vampyre Lifestyler: Someone who incorporates fictional vampire imagery and trappings into their life. They are drawn to this lifestyle but do not necessarily subscribe to the philosophies of Vampyrism.

^ Vampyre Nation: The Vampyre (q.v.) community as a whole.

Vampyrecraft: Magick practiced by Vampyres. This could be the sort of energy manipulation practiced by Neo-Pagans, Ceremonial Magick, or Chaos Magick. If it involves the use of blood it is referred to as Sangomancy (q.v.).

Vampyrespeak: The sigils (q.v.), jargon and colloquialisms peculiar to Vampyres (q.v.).

Vampyrism: The philosophy and lifestyle of the Vampyre (q.v.).

^ Vamuela: See Uml.

Van: (1) A variatio of Vau (q.v.) (2) Sinular form of Vanir (q.v.).

Vanad Yezad: In Koranic lore: The only angel permitted by the Magians to rule the 7 Hells.

Vanarda (Var. Usnarda): A governor of the aethyr or aire Ich listed in ^ Liber Scientiae, Auxili et Victoriae Terrestris, in Liber Vel Chanokh and in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Vanarda has 7236 servants.

Vanaheim: Norse/Asatru. Home of the Vanir (q.v.), one of the nine worlds of Yggdrasil (q.v.).

Vanir (Sing. Van): Norse/Asatru/Odinist. Deities representing the fertility of the earth and forces of nature. Norse mythology tells of the Vanir warring with the Aesir (q.v.), eventually calling a truce. Thus they are sometimes classified as a part of the Aesir.

^ Vannel: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 29th degree of Carpicorn.

Vanucahi: See Unchi.

Vanupehe: See Unph.

Vaoan (Var. Vaoanu): Enochian- trans. "truth" (Cf. Vooan: Vaoan is the word used by angels in Dee's text, the word Vooan is used by fallen angels).

^ Vaoanu: See Vaoan.

Vaol: An angel whose name is inscribed on the first pentacle of the Moon in the Greater Key of Solomon.

Vaomesareji: See Vomsarg.

Vaoresa: See Vors.

Vaoresagi: See Vors G.

Vaoresaji: See Vors G.

Vaorsag: See Vors G.

Vaorsagi: See Vors G.

Vap: Enochian- trans. "flame".

Vaphoron: An name used in the process consecrating the lustral bath with salt in the Greater Key of Solomon.



Figure 3 Sigil of Vapula
Vapula (Var. Naphula): The sixtieth spirit of the Lemegeton, described as a duke who appears as a lion with griffin's wings. Vapula teaches philosophy, science and handicrafts and manual skills. He commands 36 legions of spirits. His sigil is depicted in fig. 3.

^ Varanu: See Uran.

Varcan: (1) In Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels: An angel ruling the Sun. (2) In The Heptameron: The king of the angels of the air on Sunday. (3) The angel who is king of Sunday in The Magus.

Varchiel: In Hierarchy of the Blessed Angels: An angel ruling Leo or Pisces.

Varf: A name used in an invocation to Scirlin in the Grimorium Verum.

Variel: In Sepher Raziel: One of the 70 guardian angels of children.

Varios: A name used in the grand conjuration of Lucifuge Rocofale in the Grand Grimoire.

Varloorni: The abode of Kutulu, a God of the primal abyss in the Necronomicon.

Varmaj: In the Lemegeton, a lesser officer under the angel Barginiel.

Varsg: See Vasg.

Varziel: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 17th degree of Libra.

Vasa (Var. Vaasa): An angel who is a senior of the west under Iaaasd in the Book of Supplications and Invocations. Vasa is invoked to acquire knowledge of living creatures and is related to the element of water.

Vasariah (Var. Vasiariah): One of the seventy two angels forming part of the name of Jehovah, Schemhamphorae, in ^ The Magus.

Vasg (Var. Varsg): An angel who is a senior of the north under Noalmr in the Book of Supplications and Invocations. Vasg is invoked to bring healing.

Vashiel: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: (a) An angel ruling the 19th degree of Capricorn. (b) An angel ruling the 29th degree of Aquarius.

Vashyash: In The Greater Key of Solomon: An angel ruling the angels and caesars.

Vasiariah (Var. of Vasariah (q.v.)): In La Kabbale Pratique: An angel who is the patron of justice, judges, lawyers, magistrates and nobility.

^ Vasiel: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 26th degree of Virgo.

Vasio: Celtic. A protective God of the town of Vaison-la-Romaine in the lower Rhone valley.



Figure 4 Sigil of Vassago
Vassago: The third spirit of the Lemegeton, described as a prince who has knowledge of things past, present and future and who has the power to locate lost things. He is said to rule over 26 legions of spirits. His sigil is depicted in fig. 4.

^ Vast Countenance: See Macroprosopus.

Vastrim: (1) A governor under the aethyr or aire Rii listed in Liber Scientiae, Auxili et Victoriae Terrestris, who has 9632 servants. (2) A governor under the aethyr or aire Rii listed in Liber Vel Chanokh. (3) In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: A governor under the aethyr or aire Rii.

^ Vatale: In The Greater Key of Solomon: An angel ruling the angels and caesars.

Vathat: A name used in an adress to a spirit upon its appearance in the Lemegeton.

Vau: (1) Sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet (ו), equivalent to "V", "O" or "U" in the English alphabet. It means "nail" or "hook". It is assigned the numerical value of "6" in the Qabalah. (2) In the Greater Key of Solomon: (a) A name used in conjuration. (b) A name of Jehovah. (3) A name used in the second conjuration of a spirit in the Lemegeton. (4) In The Magus: (a) A name "answering to the numbers of the Sun". (b) A name used in an exorcism of the spirits of the air. (5) A term used in the cry of the aethyr Maz in Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli. (6) The nineteenth letter of the Enochian alphabet, equivalent to the letters "U" or "V" in the English alphabet. Also appears as Van. (7) In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: (a) A letter invoked in the consecration of the Lotus Wand. (b) A letter associated with Taurus.




Figure 5 Sigils of Vau-ael
Vau-ael: One of the Spirits listed in the ^ Grimoire of Armadel. Vau-ael is described as a spirit who can cause pleasant visions. His sigils, depicted in fig. 5, are used to expel all things noxious from the body.

Vaubourg: See Walpurgis and Gauburge.

Vaugeji: See Ugeg.

Vaukaho: See Unchi.

Vaul (Var. Vaun, Vaunu, Vavale): Enochian- trans. "work".

Vaulasa: See Uls.

Vaun: See Vaul.

Vaunala: See Unalah.

Vaunesa: See Unal.

Vaunigilaji: See Uniglag.

Vaunilagi: See Uniglag.

Vaunilaji: See Uniglag.

Vaunu: See Vaul.

Vaunud-el: See Undl.

Vaunupehe: See Unph.

Vaunupeho: See Unph.

Vaupaahe: See Upaah.

Vaurebes: See Urbs.

Vaurelar: See Urelp.

Vavaamp: A governor of the aethyr or aire Maz listed in Liber Scientiae, Auxili et Victoriae Terrestris, in Liber Vel Chanokh and in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Vavaamp has 9200 servants.

^ Vavale: See Vaul.

Vavaliah (Hebrew- trans. "King and ruler"): One of the 72 names of Jehovah or of the Angels of the Shem Ha-Mephoresch (q.v.), found in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

Vax: See Vx.

Vay: (1) A word used in the Grand and Supreme Appellation in Apono's ^ Magickal Elements. (2) A name used in an exorcism of the spirits of the air in The Magus.

Vaycheon: A name used in the grand conjuration in the Grand Grimoire.

Figure 6 Vayu
Vayu: (1) One of the five Tattwas, symbolizing the element of air, whose symbol is a blue disc or circle (see fig. 6). The taste associated with this Tattwa (q.v.) is acid, its principle is movement and the sound associated with it is the word "Pam". (2) In Hindu medicine: Forces that act through the nervous system. There are ten manifestations of Vayu in the body: Prana, Apana, Samana, Udana, Vyana, Kurmana, Kirkala, Nag, Devadatta and Dhananjaya. (3) In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: (a) Vayu is assigned the divine name Shaddai El Chai. (b) A term used in the Evocation of the Angel Chassan to Visible Appearance.

^ Vaziel: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel ruling the 16th degree of Virgo.

Vazotas: A name used to bestow virtues in the Black Pullet.

Vcim: See Ucim.

VDOTh: A name used in the opening of the portal in Liber Vel Chanokh.

Ve’: Ásatrú: An outdoor sanctuary, usually incorporating an altar or image.

Ve-Ad Ruachoth Ha-Schechalim: In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: One of the Intelligences of the Intelligences of the Moon.

^ Veadar: (1) The last month of the Hebrew civil calendar. (2) A Hebrew month used in the calendar of the Scottish rite of Freemasonry.

Vedius: See Vejovis.

Vegale: A name used in the use of a "magic carpet" for interrogating spirits in the Greater Key of Solomon.

Ve-Geburah (Hebrew- trans. "and the power"): In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: A name used in the Ritual of the Qabalistic Cross.

Ve-Gedulah (Hebrew- trans. "and the glory"): In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: A name used in the Ritual of the Qabalistic Cross.

Vegigantes: A Puerto Rican term meaning "litte devils".

Veguaniel: In the Lemegeton, an angel ruling the third hour of the day, who has twenty chief officers and two hundred lesser officers. The chief officers include Murriel, Leosiel, Drelmeth and Sardiniel. The lesser officers include Parmiel, Comadiel, Glmarij, Hantiel, Serviel and Furiel.

^ Veh: The second letter of the Enochian alphabet, equivalent to the letters "C" or "K" in the English Alphabet.

Vehachashdrapanim: In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: The Qliphoth (q.v.) who are lieutenants or governors of provinces. According to Israel Regardie this name originates in Esther 9:3.

^ Vehiel: An angel whose name is inscribed on the first pentacle of the Moon in the Greater Key of Solomon.

Vehofnehu: In 3 Enoch: One of the names of Metatron (q.v.).

Vehooel (Var. of Vehuel): One of the 72 names of Jehovah or of the Angels of the Shem Ha-Mephoresch (q.v.), found in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

Vehuel (Var. Vehooel. Hebrew- trans. "Great and Lofty"): One of the seventy two angels forming part of the name Schemhamphorae (q.v.), in ^ The Magus and in La Kabbale Pratique.

Vehuiah (Var. Vahaviah. Hebrew- trans. "God the Exalter"): One of the seventy two angels forming part of the name Schemhamphorae (q.v.), in The Magus and in La Kabbale Pratique.

Veischax: In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses: An angel of the Seal.

Vejovis (Var. Vedius): One of the Etruscan Novensiles (q.v.).

Vel: In the Heptameron: An angel of Wednesday residing in the 3rd heaven and invoked in the south.

^ Vel Aquiel: In the Heptameron: An angel of Sunday residing in the 4th heaven and invoked in the north.

Velel: (1) In the Heptameron: An angel of Wednesday residing in the 3rd heaven and invoked in the north (Cf. Vel). (2) One of the angels of the second heaven ruling in the north on Wednesday in ^ The Magus.

Vellaunus: Celtic. A guardian spirit of Caerwent.

Velos (Var. of Velous (q.v.)): An angel invoked in the consecration of ritual blades in The Book of True Black Magic.

Velous (Var. Velos): An angel invoked in the consecration of ritual knives in the ^ Grimorium Verum.

Velucorsapax: Enochian- trans. "enthroned".

Velun: In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: (a) The sixth of the Seven Heavens of Assiah (q.v.). (b) A name mentioned in the initiation of the Practicus grade.

Vemabael (Hebrew- trans. "Name which is over all"): One of the 72 names of Jehovah or of the Angels of the Shem Ha-Mephoresch (q.v.), found in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

Vemasiel: In the Lemegeton, an officer under the angel Nacoriel.

Venahel (Var. Venoel): (1) In the Heptameron: An angel of Wednesday residing in the 3rd heaven and invoked in the north. (2) One of the angels of the second heaven ruling in the north on Wednesday in ^ The Magus.

Venefica (Greek/Latin "veneficus" ("poisoner"): I've often seen this defined as: "A witch who uses poisons in magic spells". I think that most people are familiar with the line from Exodus 22:18 in the King James translation of the Bible: "Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live." The King James version was translated from Greek texts, and the original line read: "Thou shalt not suffer a venefica to live". Thus, the correct translation should be: "Thou shalt not suffer a poisoner to live". King James's translator decided that the term "witch" was synonymous with "poisoner". In other translations of the Bible, this passage is translated differently. For example, in the Revised Standard Version of the Bible this verse is translated as: "You shall not permit a sorceress to live."

^ Venerian Spirits: Spirits ruling the sphere of the planet Venus in the Greater Key of Solomon.

Veneris: See Venus.

Venibbeth: An angel invoked in a spell to make oneself invisible in the Greater Key of Solomon.

Venoel: See Venahel.

Ventailler (Creole- trans. "to ventilate"): Vodou. The ritual "airing" of sacrificial chickens.

Ventariel: In the Lemegeton, a chief officer under the angel Mendrion.

^ Vente Conmigo: Santeria. A type of oil used, notably in perfumes.



Figure 7 Symbol of Venus



Figure 8 Talismanic Symbols of Venus and Kedemel, taken from Puella.




Figure 9 Talismanic Symbols of Venus and Kedemel, taken from Amissio




Venus (Var. Veneris): (1) Roman. Originally the Goddess of spring and gardens. In the Second Century BCE she took on the attributes of the Greek Goddess Aphrodite (q.v.), becoming the Goddess of Love. (2) Geomancy. The talismanic symbols of Venus and Kedemel, taken from the Geomantic figure Amissio (q.v.) are depicted in fig. 9. The talismanic symbols of Venus and Kedemel, taken from the Geomantic figure Puella (q.v.), are depicted in fig. 8. (3) Astrology. One of the seven planets of ancient Astrology. Its symbol is depicted in figure 7. Venus is associated with love and emotions, the lumbar region, throat and kidneys, the parathyroids, possessions, arts, beauty and fashion. Positive Venusian traits include harmony, gentleness, kindness, friendliness, tact, loving, adaptable, placidness, polish and appreciation of beauty. Negative Venusian traits include laziness, indecision, weak will, carelessness, impracticality, and over dependence. (3) A name used in the cry of the aethyr Deo in Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli. (4) In the Greater Key of Solomon there are five pentacles associated with Venus:

  1. First Pentacle of Venus: To control the spirits of Venus (see fig. 10).

(b) Second Pentacle of Venus: To obtain grace, honour, and your heart's desires (see fig. 11).

(c) Third Pentacle of Venus: To attract love (see fig. 12).

(d) Fourth Pentacle of Venus: To force the spirits of Venus to obey and to make people come to the magician against their will (see fig. 13).

(e) Fifth Pentacle of Venus: To make a person fall in love (see fig. 14).





Figure 11 First Pentacle of Venus



Figure 10 Second Pentacle of Venus






Figure 12 Third Pentacle of Venus



Figure 13 Fourth Pentacle of Venus




Figure 14 Fifth Pentacle of Venus



Figure 15 Sigil of Vepar



^ Vep (Var. Vepe): Enochian- trans. "flame".

Vepar (Var. Vephar, Sephar, Separ): The forty second spirit of the Lemegeton, described as a duke, who appears as a mermaid. Vepar has power over the ocean, the power to guide warships, the power to make the sea seem full of ships, and the power to cause death by making wounds putrefy. He commands 29 legions of spirits. There are two versions of his sigil, depicted in fig. 15.

^ Vepe: See Vep.

Vephar: See Vepar.

Vera medicina est vinum mortis (Latin): A phrase used in an invocation to Nia in Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli.

Verbeia: Celtic. A Goddess of the River Wharfe in Teesdale.

Verbena (Var. Vervain): Santeria. A plant sacred to the Orishas Yemaya (q.v.) and Oshun (q.v.), used to cure liver disorders.

^ Verbum fit Verbum (Latin): A phrase used in Liber VII: Liber Liberi vel Lapidis Lazuli, Advmbratio Kabbalae Aegyptiorum Svb Figvra VII.

Verchiel: (1) In Camfiled's A Theological Discourse of Angels: The angel of the month of July and of the sign of Leo. (2) In Papus's Traite Elementaire de Science Occulte: An angel who governs the Sun. (3) An angel ruling Leo in The Magus. (4) In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: (a) An angel invoked in the consecration of the Lotus Wand. (b) An Angel of the symbolic tribe of Judah. (c) An Angel associated with Fortuna Major and Fortuna Minor. (d) An archangel under Oip.

Verdelet: A demon listed by Wierus as Beelzebuth's master of ceremonies.

Verdolaga (Var. Purslane): Santeria. A plant sacred to the Orisha Yemaya (q.v.), used in spells for good luck.

Verendum: A name for a person's body used in Liber Samekh.

^ Veritas: One of the seventy two names of Jehovah found in the Grimoire of Honorius.

Vermias: A name used in the conjuration of inferior spirits in the Grimorium Verum.

Vernael: In the Lemegeton, a lesser officer under the angel Osgaebial.

Vernostonus: Celtic. A God of the alder tree, worshipped near Hadrian’s wall.

Verrier: A prince of the demonic order of Principalities (q.v.) listed by Michaelis in his ^ Admirable History of the Possession and Conversion of a Penitent Woman.

Verrine: A prince of the demonic order of Thrones (q.v.) listed by Michaelis in his Admirable History of the Possession and Conversion of a Penitent Woman.

Verser (Creole- trans."to spill"): Vodou. Ritual libations of water, coffee, liquor, etc, poured on the ground for the Trinity and the Astrology.s.

Vertues (Var. of Virtues (q.v.)): A title of the angelic order of Virtues used in ^ Paradise Lost

Veruah: In 3 Enoch: One of the names of Metatron (q.v.).

Verus Jesuitarum Libellus: An obscure grimoire whose Latin name translates as “True Magickal Work of the Jesuits”. First appeared in 1845 in Stuttgart as part of Scheible's Dr. Faust's Bucherschatz. First translated into English by Major Herbert Irwin in 1875. The oldest copy is dated 1508, but this is preposterous, as the the Jesuits were founded by Papal decree of Pope Paul III in 1554. The Jesuits were conceived by Ignatius Loyola, who died in 1556.




Figure 16 Vesica Piscis
Ve-Ruach: A Hebrew phrase referring to Christ. Ab Ben, Ve-Ruach, Ha-Qadesch translates as "father, son, holy spirit".

Veshiriah (Hebrew- trans. "upright"): One of the 72 names of Jehovah or of the Angels of the Shem Ha-Mephoresch (q.v.), found in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

^ Vesica Piscis (Latin- trans. “vessel of the fish”). (1) An ancient oval symbol (see fig. 16) that in many cultures symbolizes the female genitalia or yoni (Cf. Yoni). In medieval Christian art it was often used as a frame for holy figures. (2) A symbol used in the cry of the aethyr Arn in Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli.

Vespertine: Astrology. Stars or planets which set in the evening after the Sun.



Figure 17 Vessel of Brass
Vessel of Brass: In the Lemegeton: A brass vessel, inscribed with certain designs, into which evil spirits are sealed (see fig. 17).

Vessels of Iniquity: (1) In The Magus: (a) One of the nine orders of devils, the others being False Spirits, Spirits of Lying, Avengers of wickedness, Jugglers, Airy Powers, Furies, Sifters or Triers and Tempters or Ensnarers. (b) One of the ten orders of the damned, the others being Airy Powers, Lying Spirits, Revengers of Wickedness, Jugglers, False Gods, Furies, Sifters or Triers, Tempters or Ensnarers and Wicked Souls Bearing Rule. (c) One of the twelve degrees of the damned and of devils, the others being Apostates, Jugglers, Tempters or Ensnarers, Infidels, Furies, False Gods, Revengers of Wickedness, Sifters or Triers, Witches, Airy Powers and Lying Spirits.

Vesta (Latin- trans. "torch" or "candle"): Roman. (1) A fire Goddess who was patroness of the hearth and bakers. Her shrine in Rome contained a sacred fire tended by six Vestal Virgins. (2) A name used by Aleister Crowley in reference to "the path of Virgo and the letter Yod" in Liber Yod. (3) Astrology. The name of an asteroid used by some in Horoscopes. (4) An alternate title for Liber DCCCXXXI (q.v.).

Vesturiel: A name used in a conjuration of Astaroth in the ^ Grimorium Verum.

Vetrablot (var. Winter Nights): Asatru. In the Old Icelandic Calendar, winter begins on the Saturday between October 11th and 17th. Vetrablot celebrates the bounty of the harvest and honors Freya and her protective spirits the Disir. This was the time of year when the herds were culled and meat preserved for the coming winter.

Vetuel: (1) In the Heptameron: An angel of Monday residing in the 1st heaven and invoked in the south. (2) In ^ The Magus: An angel of Monday residing in the 1st heaven and invoked in the south.

Veualiah: In La Kabbale Pratique: One of 9 angels of the order of Virtues.

Vevalel: In Rune's The Wisdom of the Kabalah: One of the 72 angels of the zodiac.

Vevaliah: One of the seventy two angels forming part of the name of Jehovah, Schemhamphorae, in ^ The Magus.

Vevaphel: An angel whose name is inscribed on the third pentacle of the Moon in the Greater Key of Solomon.



Figure 18 Typical Veves
Veve (Var. Vever): Magickal diagrams or designs used to invoke the Lwa (q.v.) in Voodoo. Depending on the rite, they may be traced using wheat flour, corn meal, Guinea flour (wood ashes), powdered leaves, red brick powder, rice powder, face powder, charcoal, gunpowder, or powdered bark or roots. The example on the left in fig. 18 is a Veve traced around a ceremonial hole where the offerings must be burned. That in the middle depicts a Veve used for magic treatments following the summoning of the Lwa Brise. That on the right is a Veve traced around a ceremonial hole over which is the table of ritual offerings.

^ Vever: See Veve.

Veyothiel: An obscure angel in Qabalistic lore.

Vgear: See Ugear.

Vgeg: See Ugeg.

Vgegi: See Ugeg.

Vehdrziolo: In The Sword of Moses: One of the Nomina Barbara, appointed by Jehovah to the sword.

VHHI: In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: One of the twelve banners of the mighty name, formed by taking different combinations of the letters of the Tetragrammaton (q.v.) IHVH.

VHHY (Permutation Tetragrammaton (YHVH, q.v.)): In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: (a) A name used in the consecration of the Lotus wand. (b) A name associated with Scorpio.

VHIH: In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: One of the twelve banners of the mighty name, formed by taking different combinations of the letters of the Tetragrammaton (q.v.) IHVH.

^ Vhnori: In Transcendental Magic: One of two governing spirits of the sign of Sagittarius.

VHYH (Permutation Tetragrammaton (YHVH, q.v.)): In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: (a) A name used in the consecration of the Lotus wand. (b) A name associated with Libra.




Figure 19 Via
Vi: Enochian- trans. "in".

Via (Latin- trans. "a way"): (1) One of the seventy two names of Jehovah found in the Grimoire of Honorius. (2) A Geomantic figure associated with the Moon and with the constellation Cancer (see fig. 19). It represents travel and change. (3) A Geomantic character listed in The Magus.

^ Via Solis: See Ecliptic.

Vianathraba: See Vionatraba.

Vianiel: See Vianuel.

Vianuel (Var. Vianiel): (1) In Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy: An angel of Tuesday residing in the 5th heaven and invoked in the south. (2) One of the angels of the fifth heaven ruling in the south on Tuesday in The Magus. (3) In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses: An angel of Tuesday residing in the 5th heaven and invoked in the south.

Vibration: Magickal texts from the turn of the century use this term to describe forms of energy. It is also used in Occidental Ceremonial Magick to describe the manner in which names should be used in ritual. In other words they are not simply to be spoken. Rather they are to be "vibrated", letting the sound vibrate within the magician and throughout the universe.

^ Vicap: An Enochian word, found in the works of John Dee, for which there is no known translation.

Victorious City: A reference to Cairo in Liber AL Vel Legis. The Egyptian name of Cairo, "Al-Kahira", means "the city of victory".

Videntes: See Mediunidades Videntes.

Viejos (Spanish- trans. “old men”): Santeria. A term for old men.

Vigintile: See Semi-Decile.

Vigrid: Norse/Asatru. The plain in Asgard where the final battle of Ragnarok (q.v.) will occur.

VIHH: In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: One of the twelve banners of the mighty name, formed by taking different combinations of the letters of the Tetragrammaton (q.v.) IHVH.

Vi-i-v: (1) A variation of the Enochian word Viu (q.v.). (2) Regardie's ^ The Complete Golden Dawn System of Magic assigns this word the additional meaning: "the second angle".

Vi-i-vau: See Viu

Vi-i-vl: See Viu L.

Villaquiel: (1) A name that is used in a spell of invisibility in the Greater Key of Solomon. (2) A name used in a spell of invisibility in the English edition of the ^ Book of True Black Magic.

Vim Patior (Latin): Phrase mentioned in the cry of the aethyr Lea in Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli.

Vime: See Unph.

Vin: Enochian- trans. "invoke".

Vina: A Hindu term for mankind used in Liber LXXI.

Vin'Bain-Ding (Creole- trans. "Blood, Pain, Excrement"): Vodou. One of the Red Sects (See Cabrit Thomazos).

Vindonnus (Trans. “clear light”): Celtic. A Celtic God associated by the Romans with Apollo who was worshipped in the area of Essarois in Gaul. He is definitely a healer and appears specifically to be associated with healing of the eyes or sight.



Figure 20 Sigil of Vine
Vine (Var. Vinea): The forty fifth spirit of the Lemegeton, described as a king and earl who appears in monstrous form. Vine has the power to find hidden things, including witches and wizards, the power of divination, the power to build or demolish walls and to make waters stormy. He commands 36 legions of spirits. His sigil is depicted in fig. 20.

^ Vinea: See Vine.

Vingolf: Norse/Asatru. The hall of the Goddesses in Asgard (q.v.).

Vinu: Enochian- trans. "invoke".

V.I.O.: A name for Astrum Argentium member Charles Stanfield Jones in Liber CLXV.

Violl: In the Ars Paulina of the Lemegeton: An angel related to: (a) The element of earth. (b) The planet Mercury. (c) The sign of Virgo (q.v.).

Vionatraba (Var. Vianathraba): (1) In the Heptameron: (a) An angel of Sunday residing in the 4th heaven and invoked in the east. (b) A spirit of the Sun. (2) One of the angels called in the east in conjurations on Sunday in The Magus.

Viordy: A name used in a conjuration of Astaroth in the ^ Grimorium Verum.

Vir: (1) One of the four N.O.X. signs mentioned in The Star Sapphire. (2) One of the names of the child of the Queen of Heaven in the cry of the aethyr Paz in Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli.

Vir introit tumulum regis, invenit oleum lucis (Latin): A phrase used in an invocation to Nia in ^ Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli.

Virer: Vodou. A Creole term for making the ritual turns.

Virgins: Another name for the angelic order of Virtues (q.v.), used in Coptic literature.




Figure 21 Virgo
Virgo: (1) Roman. A Goddess of Justice, the daughter of the God Jupiter and the Goddess Themsis. When the Golden Age ended she is said to have returned to the heavens in disgust. (2) Astrology. One of the twelve signs of the Zodiac, represented as a Goddess or woman. Its symbol is depicted in fig. 21. Its sun sign period lasts from 24 August to 23 September. Positive Virgoan traits include discrimination, an analytical mind, meticulousness, modesty and tidiness. Negative traits include a worrisome nature, hypercriticality, tendency to be finicky, and fussiness. (3) A name used in the Lesser Ritual of the Hexagram in Liber O. (4) In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: (a) A sign of the zodiac related to: (i) HHVY. (ii) Yod. (iii) Naphthali. (iv) Hamaliel. (v) The Colour Yellow-green. (b) A name invoked in the ritual of the Rose Cross. (c) A name used in the initiation of the Adeptus Minor. (d) A Goddess invoked in the Consecration Ceremony of the Vault of the Adepti.

^ Viridis: One of the names of the child of the Queen of Heaven in the cry of the aethyr Paz in Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli.

Virooli: A governor of the aethyr or aire Zom listed in Liber Scientiae, Auxili et Victoriae Terrestris, in Liber Vel Chanokh and in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Virooli has 3660 servants.

Virotutis (Trans. “benefactor of humanity”): Celtic. A God associated by the Romans with Apollo, who was worshipped in parts of Gaul.

^ Virq (Var. Uirequo): Enochian- trans. "nest(s)".

Virtues (Var. Vertues): (1) One of the several categories of angels listed in the letters of Paul in the New Testament. The others listed by Paul include: Powers, Principalities, Dominions and Thrones. (2) One of both the nine orders of angels and the nine orders of demons listed by Michaelis in his Admirable History of the Possession and Conversion of a Penitent Woman. (3) In The Magus: (a) One of the six orders of angels "which are not sent to inferiors", the other five being the Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones, Dominations, and Powers. (b) One of the nine choirs of angels listed in the Scale of the Number Nine, ruled by Raphael. (c) One of the "ten orders of the blessed according to Dionysius", the others being Cherubim, Dominations, Seraphim, Thrones, Powers, Principalities, Archangels, Angels and Blessed Souls. (d) One of the twelve orders of blessed spirits, the others being the Principalities, Seraphim, Archangels, Martyrs, Thrones, Powers, Angels, Confessors, Dominations, Innocents and Cherubim. (3) A synonym for the Malakim (q.v.) used in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.

^ Virtus (Latin- trans. "strength"): One of the seventy two names of Jehovah found in the Grimoire of Honorius.

Viruden: Enochian- trans. "beautified" (Cf. Urbs).

Virus (Latin- trans. "poison"): One of the names of the child of the Queen of Heaven in the cry of the aethyr Paz in ^ Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli.

Virya (Hindu- trans. "manhood"): The fifth portal through which one passes on the way to Nirvana in Liber LXXI.

Vis: One of the names of the child of the Queen of Heaven in the cry of the aethyr Paz in Liber Aervm Vel Saecvli.

Visantiparos: A name used to direct infernal hosts against enemies in the ^ Black Pullet.

Vishudda (Var. Visuddhi. Sanskrit- trans. "purification" or "purity center"): One of the Chakras (q.v.) in Yoga and Tantra, located at a point in the spine opposite the larynx.

Visio: One of the seventy two names of Jehovah found in the Grimoire of Honorius.

Vision (Deriv. Latin root meaning "to see"): A spirit subordinate to Amaimon in The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage.

Vision and the Voice of the Angels of the Thirty Aethyrs, The: See Liber CDXVIII.

Visnos: A name used to bring prosperity to another in the Black Pullet.

Visucia: Celtic. A Goddess related to the God Visucius (q.v.) about who little is known.

Visucius: Celtic. A war God of frontier area of the Gaul-German border. His associate is the Goddess Visucia.

Visuddhi: See Vishudda.

Vitem Aeternam Tuam Dona Nobis, Domine (Latin): In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: A Latin phrase used in the initiation of the Adeptus Minor as written by Waite for his Fellowship of Isis.

^ Vitiris: Celtic. A God wisdom of northern Britain.

Vititi Nfinda (African Bantu- trans. "herbs"): Palo Mayombe. A term for herbs.

Vitriol (Middle English 1400, deriv. Latin “vitriolum”, “vitreolum”): (1) Alchemy. A sulphate of metal (eg: copper sulphate is known as blue vitriol). (2) Sulphuric acid. (3) A substance mentioned in ^ Liber VII: Liber Liberi vel Lapidis Lazuli, Advmbratio Kabbalae Aegyptiorum Svb Figvra VII.

Vitulus: One of the seventy two names of Jehovah found in the Grimoire of Honorius.

Viu (Var. U-i-v, Vi-vau, Vi-i-v, Vi-v, Vi-i-vau): Enochian- trans. "second".

^ Viu Diu (Var. Vi-vi-iv): Enochian- trans. "second angle".

Viu Ialprt (Var. Viviala Pereta): Enochian- trans. "second flame".

Viu L (Var. Vi-i-vl): Enochian- trans. "second of the first".

Vi-v: See Viu.

Vi-vau: See Viu.

Viviala Pereta: See Viu Ialprt.

Vi-vi-iv: See Viu Diu.

Vivipos: A governor of the aethyr or aire Vta listed in Liber Scientiae, Auxili et Victoriae Terrestris, in Liber Vel Chanokh and in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Vivipos has 9236 servants.

Vixpalg: A governor of the aethyr or aire Asp listed in ^ Liber Scientiae, Auxili et Victoriae Terrestris, in Liber Vel Chanokh and in the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Vixpalg has 5658 servants.

Vlcinin: See Ulcinin.

Vls: See Uls.

V-ma-dea: Enochian- trans. strong towers".

Vmd: Enochian- trans. "called".

Vml: See Uml.

Vmplif: See Umplif.

Vnal: (1) A variation of the Enochian word Vnas (q.v.). (2) A variation of the Enochian word Unal (q.v.).

Vnalah: See Unalah.

Vnas (Var. Vnal): Enochian- trans. “these.”

^ Vnchi: See Unchi.

Vnd-l: See Undl.

Vngsursh: In Trachtenberg's Jewish Magic and Superstition: An angel of the summer solstice.

Vnig: See Unig.

Vniglag: See Uniglag.

Vnnax: See Unnax.

Vnph: See Unph.

Vo: Enochian- trans. "wherein".

Vocabiel (Var. Vacabiel, Vacatiel, Vocasiel, Vocatiel): In Transcendental Magic: One of two spirits of the sign of Pisces, the other being Rasamasa.

Vocabulaire de L'Angelologie: A book on angels written by Mosie Schwab in 1897.

Vocasiel: See Vocabiel.

Vocatiel: See Vocabiel.

Vodou (Var. Voodoun, Voodoo, Vodun. Deriv. West African Fon "Vodu" ("deity" or "power"). Milo Rigaud says that it derives from the terms "vo" ("introspection") and "du" ("into the unknown")1): Vodou is a religion derived from the beliefs of the Nagos, Ibos, Congos, Dahomeans, Senegalese, Haoussars, Caplaous, Mandinges, Mondongues, Angolese, Libyans, Ethiopians and the Malgaches, brought from West Africa as slaves to Haiti and the Dominican Repulic. These tribal beliefs were syncretized to one extent or another with Roman Catholic beleifs.

Followers of Vodou believe that the world is inhabited with spirits called Lwa (q.v.). Rituals involve the invocation of Lwa using magickal diagrams called Veves (q.v.), chants and music. Some members of the congregation enter trance and become possessed by the Lwa invoked. These rituals are lead by a Houn'gan (q.v.) or Mam'bo (q.v.). The ritual temple is known as the Peristyle (q.v.).

Vodou Titles

Title

Function

Houn'gan/Mam'bo

male leader of the oum'phor/ female leader of the oum'phor

Confiance or Mam'bo Caille

apprentice Houn'gan or Mam'bo

Houn'guenicon Caille

superintendant of the oum'phor

Houn'guenicon Peristyle

chorus leader

Houn'guenicon Quartier Maitre

person in charge of separating and distributing sacrificial food

La Place

master of ceremonies

Ogantier

a musician who plays the ogan

Trianglier

a musician who plays the triangle

Houn'torguiers

ritual drummers- there are three: the Manmanier, the Secondier and the Boulahier

Reine Silence

person in charge of keeping order- a sort of sargeant at arms

Houn'sih Ventailleur

person who obtains animals for sacrifice

Houn'sih Cuisiniere

person who cooks the sacrificed offerings

Houn'sih

members of the ritual chorus who are fully initiated

Houn'sih Bossale

members who have not been fully refashioned by the Voodoun Loas, whether initiated or not


^ Vodu: See Vodou.

Voel: See Voil.

Vohal: In The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses: An angel of power.

Vohim (Var. Vohima): Enochian. Translated in Regardie's The Complete Golden Dawn System of Magic as "hundred". Translated in Laycock's Complete Enochian Dictionary as "mighty".

^ Vohima: See Vohim.

Vohu Manah (Trans. "Righteous Thinking"): One of the seven "Amesha Spentas" or "Beneficent Immortals" that surrounded the Zoroastrian creator God Ahura Mazda (q.v.). The other six were: Spenta Mainyu (Holy Spirit), Asha Vahishta (Justice, Truth), Armaiti or Spenta Armaiti (Devotion), Khshathra Vairya (Desirable Dominion), Haurvatat (Wholeness) and Ameretat (Immortality).

Voice of Silence The: A book by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (See Blavatsky).

Voices: In Robert Fludd's Utriusque Cosmi Majoris et Minoris Historia: One of the three primary hierarchies of angels, the other two being Acclamations and Apparitions.

^ Void of Course: Astrology. When a planet will form no more major aspects before leaving the sign of the Zodiac which it occupies. Most often used in reference to the Moon.

Voil (Var. Voel): In the Lemegeton, an angel related to the element of earth and the sign Virgo.

Voizia: In the Lemegeton: An angel of the 12th hour of the day who is an officer under the angel Beratiel.

^ Volac: See Valac.

Volexdo (Var. of Volxdo (q.v.)): In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: A name used in an invocation listed in the section describing Enochian Squares.

Volkh: (1) A Russian wolf God. (2) A deity mentioned in "Homage to Tchort" in LaVey's The Satanic Rituals.

Volknot: Norse/Asatru. The knot of the fallen or slain. The symbol of the God Odin (q.v.), consisting of three interlinked equilateral triangles. The nine lines forming these triangles symbolize the nine worlds of Yggdrasil (q.v.) and the power of three times three. Each triangle represents one of the aspects of Odin: Warrior, Shaman and Wanderer.

Volos: (1) A Russian God of animals, later turned into a saint of the Eastern Orthodox Church, St Vlas. (2) A deity mentioned in "Homage to Tchort" in LaVey's ^ The Satanic Rituals.

Völuspá: Völuspá- Song of the Sybil is an epic poem describing creation which is one of the main texts of Asatru (q.v.).

Volxdo (Var. Volexdo, Uvolbxdo. A Holy name ruling the sub element of Earth of Fire in the Book of Supplications and Invocations.

Vo-ma-dea: See Umadea.

Vomesareji: See Vomsarg.

Vomsarg (Var. Vaomesareji, Vomesareji, Vonsarg): Enochian- trans. "every one of you".

Von Hohenheim, Theophrastus Bombastus: Better known as Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Paracelsus, more commonly known simply as Paracelsus. He was a renowned German alchemist, occultist, philosopher and physician (1493-1541). He is said to have been a student of Trithemius. He wrote several books, including Astonomica et Astrologica Opuscula, De Ortu Rerum Naturalium, De Transformatione Rerum Naturalium and De Vita Rerum Naturalium.

Vonph: See Unph.

Vonpho: See Unph.

Vonsarg: See Vomsarg.

Vonupehe: See Unph.

Vooan (Var. Vooanu): Enochian- trans. "truth" (Cf. Vaoan: Vooan is the word used by fallen angels in Dee's texts).

^ Vooanu: See Vooan.

Voodoo: See Vodou.

Voodo-Sih: A Vodou adept.

Voodoun: See Vodou.

Voresa: See Vors.

Vorocius: Celtic. A Gaulish healer God of the Vichy area.

Vors (Var. Voresa, Vaoresa): Enochian- trans. "over."

Vors G (Var. Vorsag, Vaoresaji, Vaoresagi, Vaorsag, Vaorsagi. Enochian- trans. "over you."

^ Vorsag: See Vors G.

Vosegus: Celtic. A God of the Vosges mountains.

Voso: See Ose.

Voval: See Vual.

Vovim (Var. Uime, Vovin, Vovina, Uo Uime): Enochian- trans. "dragon".

Vovin: See Vovim.

Vovina: See Vovim.

Vovo-Lin-V-Hwe: Vodou. One of the words uttered by a celebrant as he crosses himself: "Linsah" at the forehead (representing the east), "Mawu" at the breast (representing the west), "Vovo-Lin-V-Hwe" at the left shoulder (representing the north) and "Hevio-Zo" at the right shoulder (representing the south).

^ Vp: Enochian- trans. "not".

Vpaah: See Upaah.

Vpaahi: See Upaah.

Vran: See Uran.

Vraniel: In the Lemegeton: An angel of the 10th hour of the night who is a lesser officer under the angel Jusguarin.

Vrbs: See Urbs.

Vrelp: See Urelp.

Vretil: In Enoch II: (a) A scribe of the knowledge of the most high and keeper of heavenly records. (b) An angel who dictates 366 books to Enoch.

Vriel-Bydiel: A spirit related to the direction west north west in the Lemegeton.

^ VS: A name of one of the nine chambers of the Aiq Beker (q.v.).

Vspsn: See Vssn.

Vssn (Var. Vspsn, Ussn, Vspsn): (1) An angel who is a senior of the west under Nelapr in the Book of Supplications and Invocations. Vssn is invoked to acquire the knowledge of metals. (2) An angel listed in ^ Liber Vel Chanokh.

Vta (Var. Uta): (1) The fourteenth of the thirty Aires of Dee's 48 Claves Angelicae. (2) The fourteenth aethyr or aire listed in Liber Vel Chanokh. (3) The fourteenth Aethyr of the nineteenth part of The Word of Set.

Vti: (1) The twenty fifth of the thirty Aires of Dee's 48 Claves Angelicae. (2) The twenty fifth aethyr or aire listed in Liber Vel Chanokh. (3) In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: The twenty fifth aethyr of the Fourty Eight Angelical Keys or Calls. (4) The twenty fifth Aethyr of the nineteenth part of The Word of Set.

Vtpa (Var. Vtlpa, Utlpa, Utpa): An angel who is a senior of the east under Evtpa in the ^ Book of Supplications and Invocations. Vtpa is invoked to move things to other places.




Figure 22 Sigils of Vual
Vual (Var. Uvall, Voval): The forty seventh spirit of the Lemegeton, described as a duke who appears as a dromedary camel. Vual has the power to procure the love of women, the power to establish friendship between enemies and the power of divination. He was formerly a member of the angelic Order of Potentates (q.v.) and commands 37 legions of Spirits. There are two variations of his sigil, depicted in fig. 22.

Vuaretza: One of the Genii of the twenty two scales of the serpent in ^ Liber CCXXXI.

Vulamahi: An angel whose name is invoked in the obtaining of blood from a bat in the Greater Key of Solomon.

Vulcan (Var. Vulkanus): (1) Roman. The God of fire and metal working, cognate with the Greek God Hephaestus. (2) Astrology. A planet hypothesized as being beyond the orbit of Pluto.

Vulkanus (Var. of Vulcan (q.v.)): One of the eight symbolic planets in Uranian Astrology.

Vulnavii: A name used in a conjuration of Astaroth in the Grimorium Verum.

^ Vvael: In the Heptameron: An angel of Monday residing in the 1st heaven and invoked in the north.

V.V.V.V.V.: (1) A name used by Crowley to describe himself as "The Light of the World Itself" or "The One Annointed in Light". (2) A name for Crowley found in Liber Porta Lvcis. (3) The name of the heirophant in Liber VII: Liber Liberi vel Lapidis Lazuli, Advmbratio Kabbalae Aegyptiorum Svb Figvra VII.

Vx (Var. Vax): Enochian- trans. "42".

Vyana: In Hindu medicine: One of the Vayu (q.v.) or forces that act through the nervous system. Vyana is said to operate throughout the whole body.

VYHH (Permutation of Tetragrammaton (YHVH, q.v.)): In the magickal system of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn: (a) A name used in the consecration of the Lotus wand. (b) A name associated with Sagittarius.

1     Rigaud, Milo: Secrets of Voodoo, pg 8.




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