#1357 (In Topic #521)
I know I am a little late, but have you had any follow up to this experience?
I worked 21 years in a cemetery and saw some interesting things.
Your closing technique seems to be right on as long as you didn’t invoke anything. Not sure what you meant by using sigils …? Water under the bridge by now.
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Adrammelekh (From Hebrew Eder (1. cloak or mantle, 2. greatness, splendor) + Melekh (king) is represented in The TaNaKh: 2Kings 17.31 as a deity of the Sefarvaim and in 2 KIngs 19 as a murderous son of the Assyrian ruler Sennacherib. Various interpreteations have been offered for its etymology including Adar (the month, mid February to mid March, approaching the month of Nisan in which an important rite to Marduk occurred) and, consequently, possibly pertaining to Pisces and the Canaano-Akkadian Oannes. Some also believe that the Resh in Eder was actually Daleth, making Eded instead, and initial He instead of Aleph for Hadad (making "Hadad is king," Hadad being an Aramaean deity). But to assert this would require starting from the Assyrian Script instead of the earlier Phoenician Script we find in places like the Mesha Stele. Assyrian Script, which Modern Hebrew follows, doesn't come into use till after the Babylonian Captivity. Sanhedrin 63b, Mishnah offers the idea that Eder means "he carried" and if he carried a king, he must have the form of a donkey (Eder in Modern Hebrew is a "stuffed animal" no less!) Rashi in the 11th Century believed that the "splendor" idea attached to the name means that the deity must have a splenrous peacock's tail. From that time, the application of Adrammelekh grows darker, forming a demonic entity with a combination of the attributes cited, and noting that the earlier use of Adrammelekh in The TaNaKh that the Sefarvaim burned their children to Adrammelekh, possibly in a tradition much like that found with the Phoenician Tofet.
Given that historical context and your current psychological state after these events, I should ask you if you personally really want to pursue this connection. You may find a benign connection. But I can't guarantee it. This could become quite serious if you aren't ready for it, and as events may continue to unfold, dangers may come to light. I'd say, it would be wise to take a time out and do some soul searching in terms of what you do. You could find that if this represents a malicious intrusion, you may find yourself getting over your head. The old maxim, "The spirit of the prophets are subject to the prophets," would apply here. No entity should interfere in your daily tasks. If you pursue this further, do so with great care, thourough purifications and consecrations, and in great soberness. And if you need more thourough training, then by all means get it.
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