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Magick Weapons

This article was written by Gerald and Betty Scheuler on May 10, 2002
posted under Enochian Magick

The practice of Enochian Magick requires the use of a Wand. However, it is preferable to use all four main magickal weapons (one for each of the four Watchtowers). You should make your own weapons, or at least inscribe appropriate sigils and/or designs on them yourself.

1. The Wand represents the will of the magician. In Enochian Magick, the Wand is the weapon of Fire and is used for operations in the Watchtower of Fire.

2. The Sword represents the magician’s mind. In Enochian Magick, the Sword is the weapon of Air and is used for operations in the Watchtower of Air. (The Sword is sometimes replaced with the Dagger, its alternate.)

3. The Cup represents the understanding and compassion of the magician. In Enochian Magick, the Cup is the weapon of Water and is used for operations in the Watchtower of Water.

4. The Pentacle represents the magician’s body. In Enochian Magick, the Pentacle is the weapon of Earth and is used for operations in the Watchtower of Earth.

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