Wafubeh to all! This particular series of articles will be an account of my personal experiences which came forth out of performing the practices featured in “The Ivory Tablets of the Crow”, as set down by Warlock Asylum. Perhaps these musings will be of welcome help to the sincere soul who has set out its […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day according to their place in the work. The chart […]

They have inherited the names of their conquerors. It is for this reason that they do not know where they are from or how life began. Very few of their kind can understand our science. Maybe it is the language of nature that befuddles their minds, even though their lives are dependent upon it. In […]

“The gods of the Stars are Seven. They have Seven Seals, each of which may be used in their turn. They have Seven Colors, Seven Material Essences and each have a seperate Step on the Ladder of Lights. The Chaldeans were but imperfect in their knowledge, although they had understanding of the Ladder, and certain […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The chart below illustrates the daily Vasuh letters invoked and the ruling “deity” for the said hexagram: October 30th 2017 = Iut = 16th Hexagram […]

“Quekanuit is said to be the Empty Space of the Warrior. It is a place that is empty of images and things usually perceived by the mind.” – The Ivory Tablets of the Crow It is good to examine the meaning of Quekanuit in a practical manner that is useful for day-to-day living. The “empty […]

There are eight months in the Calendar of Mu, sometimes referred to as the Nyarzirian Calendar. Each month consists of forty-five days, and represents a system of the eight hexagrams moving through the five elements. The Ninzuwu Priest/Priestess invokes the mudra/mantra formulae associated with each hexagram that rules a particular day after invoking the Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami. The […]