A Random Act Of Infomagick
All of us are aware of the power of subliminal messaging, the basic premise of which is not unlike that of sigil magick. Both affect us in the same way, i.e. by tapping the powers of the mind at some non-conscious level. The source of power, as far as the conscious mind, then, is in that it does not know from where/in what way the message has been received. Subliminal messaging relies on mass appeal to achieve the intended success of whomever originates the message and, when such a me ssage reaches critical mass in terms of those heeding it, what was a "subjective" idea may well become an "objective" reality.
The object of this working is to establish an idea, whether it is to be believed initially or not, in the minds of randomly selected targets. As it is virtually impossible to know what the "critical mass" is for a given idea, the number 3 has arbitrarily been assigned; the actual number is left for the worker to decide. Note that the targets will not be aware, in all likelihood, of what the idea being given them is. Herein again lies the subliminal component.
0. Begin with a banishing ritual, and use it to banish all thoughts except for the idea to be sent.
1. Statement of intent: "I will that (insert idea here) manifest!"
2. From the statement of intent, create a sigil and accompanying mantra.
3. Make 3 copies of the sigil and mantra.
4. After having charged the sigil, preferably reaching gnosis by repeating the mantra, fold the paper with the original sigil, and put in a copious quantity of sweet-smelling incense. Burn the paper now, in such a way that the smoke goes outward from the area in which you are working.
5. Randomly select 3 addresses from a phone book; mail off the 3 copies of the sigil and mantra to them. Do not put a return address on them.
6. Go to the telephone and randomly dial 3 telephone numbers. When there is an answer, say the mantra. Continue repeating until the other party hangs up.
Other means of conveying the idea via the mantra suggest themselves as well; one could certainly repeat it to strangers face-to-face, as long as one is sure that they will not later be identified by a mutual acquaintance. Any means of communication may be used in place of or in addition to those specifically mentioned.
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