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Jason Miller,
Author, Teacher, Sorceror. My published works include “The Sorcerer’s Secrets, Strategies in Practical Magick” and “Protection and Reversal Magick”. To buy books, take my course, or check out my schedule go to WWW.INOMINANDUM.COM

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  1. Markus says:

    Hi Jason,

    I have a question related to your new blog. I think you are using the template Twenty Ten which comes with word press. Would you share with me how you got a background image behind the text?

    Thank you in advance!

  2. Patrick says:

    For fun, I’m working back to the original Greek on the prayer in your book Strategic Sorcery that begins “I invoke the cup of god.” I’ve got a couple questions for you:

    1> What’s the origin of this? It’s weirdly lacking in definite articles, but the grammar looks good so far. Is this from the PGM or somewhere similar? Or was it composed more recently?
    2> When I finish it, at some point in the near or distant future, could I post a recording of it being read in Greek on my blog, or alternately give such a recording to you? It might be handy for people.

    • inominandum says:

      By all means, do it! I would love to see the results.

      I got the incantations from a friend, I will ask where he grabbed them from.


  3. lindy says:

    I am starting a new digital magazine and have been reading your wealth book. I’m intrigued by the use of sigils such as the seal of Jupiter and wanted to incorporate it into my logo or project design somehow.

    Is there anywhere I can get a copy of it to copy as it’s a bit difficult to draw it and get it to my designer.


  4. Tyler says:

    I’m currently reading your book “Protection and Reversal Magick” and had a few questions about Servitors. The questions all come from academic curiosity and you must be a very busy man so if you never get back to me, or even read this, I’ll understand. I love to ask questions but not usually to people I’ve never met – or when I’m afraid I’ll sound redundant. My first question is “Can artificial spirits perform phsyical tasks”. I don’t intend to attempt to create a spirit to clean my room, I was just curious. My second question is “Can Dittany of Crete help in the creation of spirits since it helps them manifest in the physical world”. My last question is “In what ways can a spirit quantify itself”. Ordinarily I would write this in a letter but, resourceful as I am, I can not figure out how to send this to you and thought this would be eaiser. Lastly I would like to state that I love your work and that you’re one of my favorite authors on Witchcraft. – Tyler,13 (nearly 14)

    • Inominandum says:

      Hello Tyler,

      Thank you for the kind words about my work and excellent questions. Just knowing about Dittany of Crete’s powers of manifestation at your age is quite impressive. I will answer them one by one:

      1. Artificial spirits can perform most of the tasks that regular spirits do. Occasionally physical objects move or are effected by them directly, but it is not common or sustained enough to perform a task. So you might get a shattered glass or moved wand here and there, but you will still have to take out the garbage.

      2. Dittany of Crete has a tradition in ceremonial magic for manifesting things and does indeed help them form and effect events in the world. Dittany is connected in the Quabalah to the sphere of Malkuth or Kingdom, and also was mentioned by Blavatsky as being a potent herb for this purpose. Incidentally in Hoodoo, it is mostly used for love spells.

      3. Can you further elaborate on what you mean by quantify itself?

      You can answer here or write me directly at inominandum@gmail.com

      • Tyler says:

        Thank you for responding and I really appreciate you answering my questions. What I meant by quantify itself is I was wondering if there was a way to make spirits visable on the physical plane. I think I remember reading somewhere that there was a ritual that allowed you to spirits. However I am unable to find this sorce of information and though it a better idea to ask an expert then trust my memory. And also (another question if you have the time) “Is it possible to recreate a servitor that has been summoned and banished”. Again thank you for answering my previous questions. -Tyler

        • Emilio says:

          If I may politely interject, I would recommend looking into Ceremonial magick (High Magick, as it’s also known) with the questions you’re asking in general.

          And the nature of servitors being as they are, it would be possible to recreate a previously “deconstructed” servitor, as you already have tapped into the “pattern” of it’s energies and such, but you do run into the possibility of it being less useful than one created specifically for the new purpose, charged to it, and released. Unless it is a spirit used for one specific task, over and over, (I think there is an artificial spirit in Protection and Reversal Magick that is mentioned like this) it’s not, in my own opinion, the most efficient way of using Servitors. Like Jason recommends in the book, Servitors are best used as one-shots, I commonly refer to them as “Paper Plate Sorcery”, IE, you wouldn’t normally refuse a paper plate from one meal to the next, as it retains the elements of the previous meal.

          Hope I helped some, and maybe gave a giggle with my analogy.

  5. Inominandum says:

    Seeing spirits with the physical eye has happened on many many occasions, but there is no way to do it consistently. If there was, the scientific world would recognize their existence and people like me would make millions of dollars :-) However, it does happen on occasion.

    yes you can re-create a servitor.

  6. Tyler says:

    Thank you.

  7. Tyler says:

    I’m sorry to bother you again, I don’t mean to take up so much of your time. I tried to find more information on the subject of the Tanglefoot charm but was unable to find much except for a whole host of other binding spells. I mean, what does binding yourself to your alter even mean? I finished “Protaction and Reversal Magick” a week ago and now wished I hadn’t because I keep picking up the book hoping I missed a chapter and there was more to read. My question is “When you were talking about the Tanglefoot charm in your book I didn’t understand what you meant to say with the order 1-3-5-7-9-8-6-4-2”. I know I probably come across as some think skulled teenager who can’t understand something that’s staring him right in the face. I asked my mom as well but when she didn’t understand it she did more research and still came up with nothing. Again I’m sorry for asking so many questions. – Tyler

    • inominandum says:

      Not bothering me at all Tyler. Re-reading the section, I could definately have been clearer.

      The order refers to how they get tied on the string. Imagine that you were holding a string in front of you. The first knot would be on the far left, the second on the far right. The third would be on the left – one in from the first. The fourth would be on the right, one in from the second knot. You follow this pattern until the ninth and final knot ends up in the center.

      I am impressed with your questions and would love to send you a copy of my most recent book as a holiday gift. It’s called Financial Sorcery. I would need your Mom to write me at inominandum@gmail.com with an address. Do not post your address here, and please get permission from your parents first.

  8. Tyler says:

    Thank you! I can’t even begin to think of a word that fully expresses my gratitude (for answering my questions and even more so for offering to send me a copy of “Financial Sorcery”). I’m sure there are plenty of authors out there who would love nothing more then to shove off their adoring fans (of course many of them don’t have time to answer all the questions they receive between their personal lives and writing their next book). Thank you for taking the time to answer my questions. Usually I drive my self crazy trying to figure out questions with my limited resources (my mom restricts me to about 300 books). I’ll be sure to ask my mom if she’ll Email you our address. She’s glad that I finaly had the nerve to write an author which I’ve always wanted to do. Again, I cannot thank you enough. – Tyler

  9. Tyler says:

    In chapter six of “Protection and Reversal Magick” you talked about how a group worked the Pulsa Dinura curse on Ariel Sharon. I was just wondering if it would be possible for anyone to bring him out of his comma or reverse the curse. Has anyone tried? Or since the spell has already taken effect would it be possible to reverse it. – Tyler

  10. Joe says:

    Good day Mr. Miller. I’ve been reading this section and your responses and one of them has sparked a question in me. You stated to Tyler that there is no way to consistently view spirits on the physical plane. What about all the books (both classical and modern) on the subject of evocation? These books claim to teach one to evoke demons, angels, planetary spirits, etc to visible appearance. It seems like in your statement to Tyler that such a thing is not true. Is this the case? Thanks for your time.

  11. Tyler says:

    Today I received your book Financial Sorcery and took a few moments before opening the package. Mom strolled through the kitchen and asked if I still hadn’t opened it yet. Then she felt it nessicary to add “I mean it’s not as if it came from a professional author whose books you obsess over”. After pointing out that I do not “obsess” she proceeded to talk about how dramatic a child I was. I can’t say I’m not but but still…. After I finally tore open the package my euphoria mounted when I’d realized you’d written (and signed) a letter. I found it funny that “Keep writting” and “keep doing magic” were 2/3s of my New Years resolution (the last one being to stop getting annoyed when my best friend talked about her favorite comic book – especially since she puts up with me blabbering about Witchcraft). It took me a moment (but no longer I feel I should add) to realize that you wrote “Keep asking questions” twice. I laughed to myself. I’ve been trying to think of a way to express my thanks for sending me your book. I didn’t want to over do it and come across as some creep who’d had enough sugar to kill an elephant, but I also don’t want to understate it. I’m hoping a very endearing “Thank you” can emcompass my appreciation. I also happen to have another question which I’ve been wondering about but figured was in one of your books and I hadn’t noticed it. What is “Inominandum”? It has a very mysterious ring to it and I’d assumed that it was a name you used when you were in the Circle. However I can’t be sure without asking you myself. Again, thank you for the book.

  12. Tyler says:

    After reading both “The Sorcer’s Secrets” and “Financial Sorcery” I have come up with a variety of new questions which will undoubtedly multiply the more I reference them. My first few is about the Money Box as after telling my mom about it she became interested in the idea. First, “Do you have to dress all of the money that goes into the Money Box with Mercurial seals or just the cash that’s put in initially?” “Are you supposed to spend the money in the Box every Thursday that it contains it or just any Thursday that you feel like spending the money?” . I was also wondering about the chapter on influencing Magick. “Is BendOver oil/powder used for influencing work like Domination oil/powder or is it used specifically for binding,” I ask because in “Protection and Reversal Magick” BendOver powder was mentioned as a means to bind someone, but if it’s used for influencing Magick I can also see how it can assist binding spells. I also wanted to ask if the influencing spell that requires a witch’s lader to be dangled over incense has to be done while the target is asleep (although obviously it would help) and weather or not it can be done with a dressed candle of the appropriate color instead of incense. Becaue a good deal of my friends are moving away at the end of the school year I was asked if I could make Venusian talismins to help them draw friends to them in their new schools and weather or not it would work for that purpose. I told them there are other ways to use Magick to draw friends but they seemed adament on the talismen. Which leads me to ask if the seal nessicarily has to be inscribed on copper as the book says. Back to “Financial Sorcery” I found it to be highly informative and intersting. I remembered picking my jaw up off the ground when I read about Compound Interest which I fully plan to invest in as soon as possibe. How come nobody’s every told me about it. Moving back towards “Protection and Reversal Magick” I’ve been writing a paper on servitors for no particular reason other then it captured my intrest and I was trying to distinguish the diffrence between the link used to help you summon a servitor and a spirit house. Of course the link helps the connection while a spirit house actually has a spirit residing in it, but other then that their properties are relativly the same aren’t they?. In the past I’ve had a lot of luck with servitors, the last time I made one I actually had a dizzy spell as I sent the spirit off. The last thing I wanted to talk about is really more of a theory I have than a question. I’ve noticed that there seems to be a correlation between people’s magickal abillities and their mundane talents/ astroligical sign. For example, your friend Mathew Brownlee is a gifted seer and a talented artist. Or how I’ve noticed I’m really good at binding spells while I was born on a Saturday. And by the fact that your gifted at protective Magick it could also be assumed that you’d be great in a bar fight. It’s just a theory with not much ground but I wanted to get you oppinion on it. And as you know a lot more people in the magickal community than I do you might have more chances to see the relationship between people’s Magickal abillities and their mundane talents/ astrological birth factors. – Tyler (14 since January 16th)

  13. Christian Reid says:

    Hey, I’m just a beginner in practicing Witchcraft, and you seem like a very good teacher. I’m only 16, but I know that this is for me. I can’t pay for the Sorcery packet, and I don’t know anyone I could study under. Would you be willing to teach me more Magick/Witchcraft?

  14. rev says:

    I am a pastor,I need mephenaij phaton.

  15. mick says:

    Hey Jason, just wanted to drop by and tell you how awesome you are.
    What you do for a living and your work, is super cool =D

  16. Jeff says:

    People like you do make millions of dollars.

  17. Hello There ! I Am Gilbert Singh Frm Fresno Cal . I Bought BoTH Of Your Book’s So Far , I Like Them . I Also Ordered The Garuda door amulet ? Does This Have To Charge ,For It To Work Properly ? & I Need Also Need Info Of This Goddess Hekate, I Hope That I Don’t Have To Give My Soul, To Her ,For Her To Work The Spell’s ? Humm! Because (My Soul Belongs To Hashem Master Of Legions), I Need More Info On Hekate ! I Respect All Goddess & God’s It’s That I read A section ,Not To Promise Something That I Can’t Keep ? But Anyhow I Hope To Hear Frm You ,Thk You My Brother In Life .

  18. David J says:

    Hi Jason,

    I thoroughly enjoyed your book Sorcerer’s Secrets. I do have a question that came up for me when reading it. I’d like to hear more from you about pour breathing the different planetary energies.

    You mention pour breathing with Venus, and Jupiter in Sorcerer’s Secrets.

    Now, from Bardon’s works I’ve a bit of experience with pour breathing the elements, but had never even thought about pour breathing the planetary energies before. This idea really excited me.

    So I’ve experimented now with Venus, and Saturn. While each had a strong effect on me (Saturn had a VERY strong effect on me, not in a bad way but was more than what I expected). I’ve so far used planetary hexigrams to call the force and then pour breath, as well as just visualizing the planetary symbols around me. Venus had a literally feeling of “sweet” or “sweetness” to it, Saturn felt like earth a bit to me, but had a strong component of the emotion of command, silence, time, power.

    These are my experiences trying on my own, but my mind wants a simple pattern to cling to like I have with the elements such as “Earth: dry, cold, heavy”

    Write now I’ve been using the king scale colors of the GD to see the energy of the planet, and then try to be open to it’s physical sensations.

    Would you please share with me any other thoughts or experiences you may have around this for me? I would greatly appreciate it!

    Thank you.


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  20. Rob says:

    I submit to your blog the strange recording of a magic rite, in Brussels (Belgium) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7Yj6UtMleY&feature=share
    See you soon,

  21. Wayfarer says:

    Hi Jason,

    I wanted to touch base with you just because we share similar interests. While I’ve not yet read any of your books, I was referred to your blog while discussing use of reality as a symbol set and the importance of using symbols meaningful to oneself, as the essence of magic is symbol and phenomena.

    Particularly I was interested in asking you some things from the other side of your coin, specifically, I am a Drikung Kagyu practitioner, having wound up here after following the circuitous life courses we tend to find ourselves in, having practiced in the Western tradition after some time, given it a rest, and recently, finding myself enjoying a sort of semi-retirement in my Buddhist practice, though of course these things never leave us.

    I’m curious about your interactions with Western deities / spirits / etc. after your experience as a Nyingmapa. I’m also always curious about other people’s spiritual paths through other traditions, but that’s a bit much to discuss in a comment chain so I’ll limit it to: how do you balance your Nyingma obligations in dealing with magic requiring dealings with Western deities (either by client preference or when the work requires it), and do you find it complicates things? Do you find any interference between your magical workings and maintaining your lineage traditions? Also, in your experience in the East, I’d love to hear about your observations of how magic works in these traditions in their home field, so to speak, as my impression is that much of what we get in the West deemphasizes the esoteric to make it more palatable, whereas I know in the East there tends to be a closer relation with local guardian spirits and so on even for the lay people. Do you have any specific advice for Buddhists who find themselves involved in other forms of magical working outside their traditions?

    So I guess that got pretty involved, but I’d love to discuss it with you.

    Thanks for adding a great voice to the conversation by the way, I really enjoy your blog and hope to hear from you.

    Tashi Delek!

  22. Ken Pinson says:

    Howdy Jason Miller,

    I am a student of Tao Semko, who suggested two of your books for studying psychic self defense. I liked the humor in Sorcerer’s Secrets by the way. My problem with magic of this sort, and your book in particular is with words that seem not to be defined. As examples Io Evohe, Tiriel and, TAPHTHATHARATH.

    I looked for these on multiple dictionary and word history sites, including three occult only sights. Io Evohe was defined only in application, with guesses of its origin. Tiriel only had a definition that was clearly not what was intended, and TAPHTATHARATH was completely undefinable.

    It would seem that not knowing what these words mean would prevent the mind focusing, and the fears -‘am i selling my soul or something?’ are be even worse.
    I would love to hear a response, not just on the words, (Though an annotated glossory or some reference book i can use would be welcomed) but also on the concept.

    I apologize for the long email.
    Thank you for your time,

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  25. Austin says:

    Hello Mr.Miller, I am a young novice with not too much experience with practical sorcery, but I have been a huge fan of yours for a while ( Stratigic Sorcery was my first book on magick that I got) but the reason I am contacting you is that in meditation a had a thought that occurred to me: if magic travels the quickest and easiest path toward manifestation them why must a sorcery ( or anyone for that matter ) walk a difficult path to be able to work with magic effectively?
    I conceptualize this as a situation were someone is trying to redirect a stream that flows from the top of a mountain so it will run closer to his village. The person must make an difficult journey up the mountain in order to get the font of the stream.
    I came up with this answer a while back but I wanted to posit this question to some who has a lot more experience with magic than me.

    Thank you for your time.

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