As a Yatus, you are a sorcerer, which is defined: the use of magical powers that are obtained through evil spirits. One of the most important aspect of Sorcery is idolatry, this is a form that represents the Daeva you work with. This gives them a physical form that can be used to communicate with, and a housing for your devotional energy that is sacrificed to that particular Daeva. The term sacrifice, is not what society brain washes you to think, sacrifice is any act of devotion toward an entity. Singing a Daeva’s hymn, toning a mantra to a Daeva, giving masturbatory or sexual energy, and/or giving Ahrimani pieces of your body to the Daeva; these Evil Words and Evil Actions and even Evil thoughts give energy are and forms of sacrifice.
Ahrimani pieces of your body, are pieces that leave your body: urine, feces, hair, finger and toes nails, dead skin, semen, menses, blood, vomit, exhaling breath and tears. These are the most obvious parts of you as a human animal that are considered waste, but the Daeva can use these things to perpetuate the Sin War in the Invisible realm. When we sacrifice our energy and Ahrimani body parts, we give them the energy to maintain their immortality and supplies that can lead to the creation of druj, weapons, or even illusions to misdirect the righteous and the pious. There is a relationship that must be established between the Daeva and a devotee, and this relationship builds over time. Through this devotion and sacrifice will the Daeva take notice and will start granting and fulfilling magical requests given by the devotee.
Another way to work with the Daeva, is to imbue your energy with one of them in a gem stone. The beginning imbuing process was already described in the massage aspect of each Chakra explanation. The traditional way of selecting the gem stone was a simple game of matching color stone to color of Chakra, and it is was heavily studied and chosen carefully to fit the vibrations of the body and the Daeva’s attributes. In Traditional Ahrimanism, the core pantheon of Daeva that we work with is known as the Dikpala. The Dikpala is the Hindu concept of Temple Guardians, this is a basic map to three dimensional understanding of magic and the fusion of physical reality and the Invisible.
The Dikpala consist of 10 Daevas, at the 8 points of a Chaos Star, above, and below. This takes magic from a 2-D platform that only allows for polygons to be used as sacred geometry, whereas 3-D spatial polyhedron creates an intersection that most New Agers call an Astro-temple. What these New Agers, fail to realize is that the Invisible is a reflection of the physical reality, and to force the establishment of this reflection is the use of mirrors that are set up to be in the state of an infinity reflection. The pentagon shape is bested used to set up your magical workings because it allow for a cross-roads of the infinity reflection in an X versus a cross + type cross-road. Within that area created by the mirrors, you will also need to add the above and below by placing one mirror on the ground and one directly above the one on the ground above on the ceiling.
Just as our subtle body is made of the same cosmic material that the invisible is made of (Purusha), combined with the multi-level infinity reflections from the mirrors, allow for the impression of the Astral Temple (the ritual space held within the mirror construct) to have a reflection and allows for ritual activity to make an impression on the Invisible. The Dikpala is called into the spatial construct for 2 reasons. First, they stand as Invisible Guardians against other Invisible entities that want or are commanded to disrupt your magical working. The second reason is for the Dikpala to absorb the devotional energy directly and to establish an easier form of communication between us and them. It also allows for our Ahrimani Sacrifice to be given directly to each Guardian without having to use the go between of fire, Agri the courier.
Within the core pantheon of Daevas that we use, you should find that 7 of those are our Chakra Guardians as well. The other aspect of the Invisible is the Navagrahas, these are the Planetary Guardians. Vedic Hindu have a set of 9 Navagrahas, 7 of which are planets in our Solar System and the other 2 based on the tilt of the Earth’s Moon. They are a paradox that is supposed to influence reality based on the tilt of the Moon, and this was found to only create an inconsequential mythological flux of materialism and spirituality depending on the tilt of the Moon. Again, 7 members of the Dikpala are also found in the Traditional Ahrimanic Navagrahas.
Mantras that are used to call that specific Daeva with its planet’s energy, is the other aspect of imbuing a gem stone that has already been used to imbue your energy from the Chakra Massage workings. Another aspect of the Navagrahas, is they have their own Precious Gem Stones that powerfully imbue their nature, these Precious Gem Stones can be imbued and made into personal jewelry that functions similar to what occultists call a Djinn Ring or pendant. The other gem stones can be used for other types of magical uses that create vibrational disruption to an area that it will be placed. Thus, it can heighten a magical effect in an area that will be targeted for a physical response by the Invisible. Think of it as a way for the Invisible and Daeva to have a homing beacon. If you charge a pair of these gem stones and place one in the targeted area or person, then place its pair in 3-D cube box with Ahrimani Sacrifice, you now have a beacon and battery for a continued use or long term affect against your target.
Each one of us is a miniature universe, a living shrine. (Morihei Ueshiba) Take this quote to heart, if you are to become a living embodiment of Ahzi-Dahaka, you are to become a living vessel and representation of the Devil. There is purposeful understanding that Manasa wraps herself 7 times around Father Ahriman, 7 Chakras, and 7 Navagrahas. In dealing with the fact of antithesis instead of adversary, opposition must be met with counter creations at the same number or more. Find your balance in the eye of the storm, and never look to the kingdom of Order for solace because all you’ll find there is enslavement.