Four kings slate tablet of lights - North Witch Magick Co.

Four kings slate tablet of lights

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Slate is approximately 9.75" in diameter and is engraved 9" in diameter. Has 4 feet on the backside to keep it elevated off a table to help dissipate heat when burning candles.

To be used for any workings with the cardinal kings and is especially suited for daily offering and communion.

A stone circle for the four Kings of the watchtowers, Oriens, Egyn, Amaymon, and Paimon! Excellent for use in conjurations and skrying works.

Oriens is one of the four Kings associated with the cardinal directions, along with Egyn (north), Amaymon (south), and Paimon (west). Oriens is associated with the direction east.

From The Book of Oberon, Dan Harms edition:

Oriens

The first king raigneth in the east and is called Oriens, and he cometh in the likeness of an horse with an 100 heads or as some wright with 5 heads, but if thou call him with his company he appeareth with a fair favor and as a woman, riding upon an Elephant & all manner of minstrels before him, he can tell all things past, present and to come, and can prophecy truly of things to come, he cane give any science earthly and earthly treasure, and he hath under him spirits innumerable of which of the best and most principal are these.

Egyn is one of the four demon kings associated with the cardinal directions, along with Amaymon (south), Oriens (east), and Paimon (west). Egyn is generally associated with the direction north.

From The Book of Oberon, Dan Harms edition:

Egyn

Egyn Rex, is of the North, & appeareth in the liknes of a man, & his face is very cleere, his nostrills are verie sharpe like a sworde, & out of his mouth commeth flames of fire, & he rideth upon a dragon & he is crowned with a crowne of pretious stones, & in his cheeks he beareth 2 tuskes, & he beareth one his right side 2 hissinge serpents shininge & he cometh with a greate noise & clamor before him go sundry kinds of musical Instruments & sweet organs, & he teacheth perfectly all physic, & singing, & the art Notaria, & the art of Nigromancy & the art memoratiuia, & he speaketh of &69 in divers parts of the world, & of things to come past & present, & of certain secrets, & hid things, & of the being & compacting of this world, & what the earth is, & whether the water may sustain the earth or the earth the water, & he telleth what a bottomless pit is called commonly Abissus, & where it is, & what the wine is, & from whence it commeth, & he giveth very good acquaintance & dignities, prelateships & confirmeth the same, & maketh consecration of books and other things & giveth true answers of all questions & demands & thou must look to the North when thou callest hime, & so soon as he appeareth, shewe him Sigillum Salomonis, & his ring & forthwith he will fall down, to the earth, & will worship the master & the master shall take & thank him therefore, & he hath 12000 legions, & causeth a man to winnat all manner of games, & Rodabell, vel Radabelbes, be the messengers of the kinge of the North

Amaymon is one of the four demon kings associated with the cardinal directions, along with Egyn (north), Oriens (east), and Paimon (west). Amaymon is generally associated with the direction south, although in Pseudomonarchia Daemonum he is listed as the king of the east.

From The Book of Oberon, Dan Harms edition:

Amaymon

Amaymon raigneth in the south, & all sprites in the south part of the world to him are obedient, his power is to give true answer of all things, & he giveth familiarity, dignity, & riches, & by Gods permission he hath power to consecrate books etc, he appeareth in favor of an old man having a long beard, & long hair hanging over his eyes, crowned with a bright crown, & rideth upon a rampaging lyon, & in his right hand he beareth a dart, before him commeth dancers & all manner of minstrels, he bringeth with him spirits innumerable of whom 12 of the most noblest are these that followeth but of all spirits in the world beware of him for he is very perilous.

The demon Paimon appears in the grimoires Book of Incantations, Munich Manual of Demonic Magic, Clavis Inferni, The Discoverie of Witchcraft, Key of Solomon, The Magical Calendar, The Book of Spirits, The Book of the Office of Spirits, The Grimoire of Pope Honorius, The Book of Abramelin, The Book of Oberon, Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, The Lesser Key of Solomon, and Dictionnaire Infernal

From Discoverie of Witchcraft, Joseph H. Peterson edition:

Paymon

The Spirit Paymon is of the power of the Air, the sixteenth in the ranck of Thrones, subordinate to Corban and Marbas.

From The Lesser Key of Solomon, Crowley/Mathers edition:

Paimon

The Ninth Spirt in this Order is Paimon, a Great King, and very obedient unto Lucifer. He appeareth in the form of a Man sitting upon a Dromedary with a Crown most glorious upon his head. There goeth before him also an Host of Spirits, like Men with Trumpets and well sounding Cymbals, and all other sorts of Musical Instruments. He hath a great Voice, and roareth at his first coming, and his speech is such that the Magician cannot well understand it unless he can compel him. This Spirit can teach all Arts and Science, and other secret things. He can discover unto thee what the Earth is, and what holdeth it up in the Waters; and what Mind is, and where it is; or any other thing thou may est desire to know. He giveth Dignity, and confirmeth the same. He bindeth or maketh any man subject to the Magician if he so desire it. He giveth good Familiars, and such as can teach all Arts. He is to be observed towards the West. He is of the Order of Dominations. He hath under him 200 Legions of Spirits, and part of them are of the Order of Angels, and the other part of Potentates. Now if thou callest this Spirit Paimon alone, thou must make him some offering; and there will attend him two Kings called Labal and Abalim, and also other Spirits who be of the Order of Potentates in his Host, and 25 Legions. And those Spirits which be subject unto them are not always with them unless the Magician do compel them. His Character is this which must be worn as a Lamen before thee, etc.