Time Magic: Purson

Posted on September 8, 2009
Filed Under elemental work, entities, Experiments, liminal space, Taylor Ellwood, time magic | Leave a Comment

When I got home on Sunday from Fall Eq, one of the first things I did was go back to my ritual room and get started on the next painting for the time magic ritual I’ll be doing in October. This time, the painting was for Purson, one of the Goetic Daimons of Time, and one I’ve been working with closely for some time. Purson is one of two guides for time, in my paradigm. The horn he blows in a symbol of sound and its relationship to sound, in terms of tuning potentialities into actual realities. Purson, as a guide, provides safe passage on the silver web of time, and can act as an intermediary for the magician, when the magician wishes to work with the Spider Goddess of time. As an interesting aside, Purson stabilizes time, while the other guide stabilizes space. Below is the painting I created as a Seal for Purson.

Seal of Purson

Seal of Purson

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