Druagga Thrall of Mormo

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“Hearken to my voice, oh Dark One. Ancient and awful, supreme in artifice, bearer of power, I conjure thee. Be present here at my command and truly do my will.  Aba, abara, agarbara, gad, gadoal, galdina!  Erus saw bmal eht tnew yram taht, erehwyreve dna, wons sa etihw saw eceelf sti, bmal elttila dah yram! Eoh, eoh, Druagga!  By the power of earth, by the power of air, by the power of fire eternal and the waters of the deep, I conjure thee and charge thee Druagga Arise, arise at my command, Druagga! Druagga!” – the Magister’s Prayer (from the memoirs of  Professor William Sebastian)

“Who knows where he obtained that PDF file of that blasphemous ancient scroll? Who knows where he found a bone from a saint and the tears of a jackal? I mean let’s be honest here, even Amazon.com has its limits. However he did it, once he had all the spell components together he locked himself in his apartment at 233 Parkwood Towers and, once he’d properly defiled himself, began the dark chant to summon Druagga the Possessor, thrall of Mormo.”- Brian Foster

“. . . they take counsel . . . aeons . . . that are dead . . . the great aeons of incorruptibility.  And they go to Druagga.  They go in to the powers, accusing the great ones who are in their glory.”– the Second Apocalypse of Timothy

“The case of Druagga, Thrall of Mormo is a perplexing one. It is mentioned in the Second Apocalypse of Timothy. For those of you unfamiliar with this gnostic text it was discovered in 1946 in an excavation site in the city of Thebes. Reports from the archaeological team stated that this was the most well preserved document of it’s kind. Unfortunately the book, as well as the entire team of scholars and workers, were lost during a violent sandstorm. All that remains of their find are photographs of the first, eleventh and seventy-second pages.” – Jasper Moradi (‘Theology To Theosophy Podcast’ episode twelve)

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