This is the most powerful and widely used form of protection that there is in the Occult. There are more advanced versions of this ritual, but they are are overkill in my opinion. Take a few minutes to relax and when you are ready, you may proceed. You will need a Dagger or if you do not have one you may use your index finger. You are going to be tracing Pentagrams in the air, vibrating sacred names of the Gods, and calling upon the Archangels to surround you. You are going to have to visualize these things.
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That old thing. Most of the time I see the LBRP performed it is done so perfunctorily that it is rather useless, just mumbling of words and finger pointing or dagger waving.
On the other hand, some people seem to think it is the height of magick, turning a brief and powerful ritual into an overplayed, elongated, pompous ordeal.
Still others think it is a useless and outdated part of the old Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and who needs that old stuff? But the book? All the groups? How can you write such a blasphemous comment?
The original concept of the Golden Dawn was of a three-part organization. First, there was the equivalent of a preparatory level. It is these five degrees that compose the Golden Dawn per se. It was a training Order. It was not until you reach the second or Inner Order where you are taught and practice ritual magick.
You learn breathwork and meditative techniques. However, excluding the initiation rituals Which are actually empowered by members of the Inner Order who participate as members of the initiating crew.
See my post on initiation HERE. This is of great value because as you practice techniques including meditation, breathwork, Tarot, astrology, etc.
This will attract non-physical entities hungry for that energy. The LBRP easily keeps them at bay, and practice will prevent unwanted incursions of stronger entities and energies later in your magickal career. The original instructions for this ritual are incredibly terse, taking less than two pages. This is because the documents known as Knowledge Lectures that a Golden Dawn initiate receives—one of which includes the brief LBRP instructions—were not meant to be studied in a vacuum.
But even though your instructor might give you a great deal more about the performance of the ritual, there are some inner qualities to the ritual which is why it is still relevant and should not be overlooked. Three Necessities of Magick There are three things you have to master to be a good magician.
There are two parts of this. First, you are using your internal abilities to generate magickal energy. Second, you are using your skills to grab and make use of external spiritual or Divine energy.
Together these energies will power your magick. The second necessity is closely aligned with the first. Once you have that energy raised, you have to do something with it. That is, you have to be able to manipulate the energy and direct it toward achieving your magickal goal s.
The third necessity is the knowledge of where to direct that energy. You may be able to turn a car when you drive, but unless you have the knowledge found in a map, you can manipulate the car all you want and get nowhere.
So the three necessities are the abilities to raise and direct energy combined with the knowledge of what to do with it.
The LBRP teaches all of these skills. This is exemplified by the first part of the section of the ritual known as the Kabalistic Cross. You begin by drawing the energy down through you. In the following steps of this part of the ritual, you bring forth your own magickal energy on the physical plane.
This is represented by the horizontal line that goes from shoulder to shoulder. Finally, you unite these two energies at the heart. This is symbolized by uniting your hands at your heart and sealing the physical action with the magickal word Amen. The next section of the ritual is the Formulation of the Pentagrams. In this section you learn how to direct the energy using color, positioning in three-dimensional space, and sending that energy for protective purposes.
Finally, the knowledge of how to do this, combined with the knowledge of banishing, working with archangels, knowing where the archangels are, symbolism in their appearance, and the opening of the senses to receiving them is the knowledge needed for magick, the third of the necessities.
Thus, the LBRP is incredibly valuable for any and all future magickal work, not merely because it is a good banishing ritual, but because, if you work with it, you will have the basics for the mastery of magick.
LBRP RITUAL PDF
A specific color is relegated to each of the elements, as well. In Tarot, Wands are associated with the element of Fire whilst Swords are associated with the element of Air. It should be noted that those implements are not the traditional implements of the two Archangels in question for specific reasons. Firstly, Wands are associated with Fire in the Tarot due to their correspondence to the Qabalistic world of Atziluth.
The Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram
By using this service, some information may be shared with YouTube. Raphael, Gabriel, Michael, Auriel. The sign of silence is simply putting your left index finger over your lips as you step back after the sign of the center, as if you were telling someone to "shh" Thanks! Vibrations should be said loudly and clearly, and with a monotonous voice that you should imagine is echoing powerfully throughout the universe. When tracing your pentagrams in the quarters, you are moving in a clockwise direction. When you vibrate these names, feel the power and energy of the divine name running through your fingertips and into the pentagrams.
The New Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram
Done properly, it serves as a form of Yoga. The Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram Composed from various sources related to the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn by Take a steel dagger in the right hand or use the index finger. Face EAST. Perform the Cabbalistic Cross as follows: Imagine, at the first word intoned, a brilliant white light descend from above. Touch the forehead and vibrate ATEH thou art Imagine that same brilliant white light form a 6 inch diameter sphere just above the crown of your head. Touch the middle of the solar plexus and vibrate MALKUTH Kingdom Imagine a shaft of light descending from the Crown Sphere and descend to the feet where another 6 inch sphere expands just under your feet. Hands as before, with the dagger between fingers, point up, vibrate AMEN Note: Any image or figure traced in the air with the finger, dagger or other magical instrument, is to be imagined in brilliant scintillating white Light.
LBRP: The Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram
That old thing. Most of the time I see the LBRP performed it is done so perfunctorily that it is rather useless, just mumbling of words and finger pointing or dagger waving. On the other hand, some people seem to think it is the height of magick, turning a brief and powerful ritual into an overplayed, elongated, pompous ordeal. Still others think it is a useless and outdated part of the old Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn and who needs that old stuff? But the book?