As it is, such employment of the “Name of Seventy-two Names” necessitates precise knowledge regarding the exact days when these Kameot should be composed. In this regard:
- the first amulet is written on the third day of any Hebrew month;
- the second is written on the seventh day of the month;
- the third on the tenth day of the month;
- the fourth on the twentieth of the month;
- the fifth on the twenty-third of the month; and
- all of the remaining Kameot are written on the twenty-ninth day of the month.
Of the fourteen Kameot under discussion, some are constructed for benevolent purposes, e.g. love, etc., and quite a number are employed for nefarious outcomes, e.g. deeds of hatred, psychic restraint of unwilling victims, intimidation and causing people to fear you, attacking an individual at a distance, etc. In my estimation indulgence in such vile activities deserves the strongest condemnation. It should be noted that the term “vile” is but a permutation of the word “evil.”
Since this blog, and all the volumes of my "Shadow Tree Series," are devoted to spiritual and magical practices meant to improve and uplift on all levels of existence, the life of the serious and devoted practitioner of these arts, as well as impacting the larger community and environment, I will not share any activities pertaining to expressing hate, seeking vengeance, working acts of destruction on ones fellow humankind, or anything of that ilk. Hence we will inspect only amulets which benefit us in the most meaningful manner, without detracting in any manner from anything or anyone. In this regard, I have selected the following Kameot to be listed here:
As noted, the five tri-letter Names and accompanying magical seals are to be written on the third day of a Hebrew month, and it is important that the said day should be bright, clear, free from cloud and rain. A Hebrew calendar will indicate the exact day in terms of the standard dates employed globally.
HVY Bari’el Rafa’el Ani’el YH VHV Sarfi’el tiftechu libi temaharu v’tiftechu libi l’milaf ulpan d’oraitaTranslation:
HVY Bari’el Rafa’el Ani’el YH VHV Sarfi’el open my heart, hurry and open my heart, open my heart to spiritual teachings (Higher Laws [Torah instruction])Afterwards the amulet is placed in a glass of wine in order to dissolve the writing. However, here is another important point to consider. The wine itself is to be placed in the earth for the period of two weeks between Rosh Chodesh (first day) of the month Sivan to Erev Shavu’ot (Eve of the Festival of Weeks), or for the period of two weeks between Rosh Chodesh (first day) of the month Nisan to Erev Pesach (Eve of Passover).
After dissolving the writing on the parchment in the wine, the procedure is concluded by the liquid being consumed. Then, we are told, “you will see wonders.”