The Temple Of Viadescioism

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Anyone can go through the process of joining Viadescioism by simply referring to themselves as a Viadescioist and by taking on the understandings of Viadescioism. Primarily the main understandings of the practice that all practitioners have in common are The 10 Yamasa ona, The ten virtues, and the individual's divinity. These understandings can also be incorporated into any form of practice or tradition you already find yourself on. So come, and learn from the teachings because the teachings are for all.

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Divinity is portrayed through the shape of Xalaqa, the triangle of 10 points that communicates existence through its geometry. Xalaqa is also known as the Tetractys, which allowed the wolf of antimony to discover the Yamasa ona. Because of that, it is one of the main symbols of Viadescioism. Within the symbol, there are 10 points representing the 10 main Yamasa ona and 10 virtues and their connection to each other.

Yamasa Ona

The Yamasa ona are the deities of Viadescioism. There are 10 main Yamasa ona, and there are an infinite number of minor Yamasa ona. The Yamasa ona are divine archetypal personifications of specific aspects of nature and existence and are based on the understandings in which the symbol of the Xalaqa gives us. All aspects of nature and existence are divine, but we separate them into different divine forms to understand them better.

The main Yamasa ona are:


Oxakna, The Yamasa of Existence:

Oxakna is the yamasa of existence. It is the source of everything, and it makes up the monadic nature of the existence, and is the divine oneness of all. What is, is in Oxakna, and without Oxakna nothing can be. It is not so much an entity as it is a construct, and does not create intelligent design as much as it is the energy, and materials for that design. Oxakna is present within all things because it is all things. It is not only present in the physical, but the mental, and the spiritual as well. Even in our stories, our fiction it is still present in ever corner of being. Oxakna as both immanent in the manifested world, and yet transcendent to it. Oxakna is nature and because of that is not Supernatural in anyway.

The essence of Oxakna does not change, though its emanations can be used like building blocks to form all things. Everything stays the same, flowing from one building block to another interacting in different ways. It has always existed, and it will never be destroyed. It encapsulates and interpenetrates everything. It is the thing that everything is made out of. It is part of everything that has been, everything that is, and everything that will be. It is present in this universe and all the others and is the essence of existence itself. It could be perceived as a deity, but it differs from the other deities. It is not “good” nor “evil” and is truly neutral. It is formless, but it takes many forms. It is unable to be seen, but it can be seen everywhere. It has no gender, holds no beliefs, does not command, and does not speak.

Oxakna is neutral, eternal, infinite, and powerful. Every aspect of Oxakna is in divine harmony as it flows, changes, and interacts with itself throughout its existence, and it is always how it is supposed to be. Everything is an emanation of Oxakna, and connecting with any form of divinity or aspect of existence is connecting with the divine source. They are incomprehensible, infinite, and stretches throughout all time and space.

Oxakna is the head emanation of everything and is the monad of the all. The beauty, richness, and diversity of the natural world are all expressions of the attributes of Oxakna. It is knowable throughout all aspects of existence and can be perceived externally and internally by an individual. We are in the likeness of Oxakna, and Oxakna is in the parallel of us. All things originated from Oxakna, and so do all things return. There is no inherent purpose or reason for Oxakna or anything that is its emanation to exist. Outside of Oxakna, there is nothing but the void, referred to as Skaknayaack.

Oxakna divides into two emanations of its divinity. These are Damakna and Dasakna.


Damakna, The Yamasa of Creation

Damakna is the yamasa of creation, and they are direct, projective, active, and fixed. Damakna can create forms from the being of Oxakna, and they are the divinity who creates, and brings some form of substance into being, or into a new state. Damakna uses the raw power from the monadic nature of the existence in order to set forth creation into reality through the construction of substances. They do not create new energy, but much rather act as a tool in order to divinely use the energy that is already present in existence in order to direct it towards a certain purpose, goal, or being. Damakna creates the Madaqa and their interaction with Dasakna gives birth to the Ladaqa.


Dasakna, The Yamasa of Destruction

Dasakna is the yamasa of destruction, and they are indirect, receptive, passive, and fluid. Dasakna is who destroys, and takes substance out of being, or transforms it into something new. Dasakna can give new form to creation in a way that the Damakna cannot. They take what has already been made into substance, and release it back to the raw power of existence, or they can also act as a tool, and be able to adjust, or change substance into a different form or state much like a stonemason chiseling stone. Dasakna creates the Sadaqa, and their interaction with Damakna gives birth to the Ladaqa.


Madaqa, The Yamasa of Spirit

Madaqa is the yamasa of spirit. The Madaqa is the higher divine aspects of existence that make up all of the spiritual parts of existence. The Madaqa represents the spiritual world, and transcendent reality. They are the divine emanation that makes up the space of the spiritual, and are one of the canvases where the tools of creation, and destruction create substance. The Madaqa makes up all spiritual entities, and constructs, and is there essence. It is connection itself drawing lines between all things, and is a spiritual web in which relates all things to each other. Madaqa creates Uknayamasa, and gives power to Naknayamasa.

Ladaqa, The Yamasa of Mind

Ladaqa is the yamasa of mind. The Ladaqa is the middle divine aspects of existence that make up all of the mental, and psychic parts of existence. Ladaqa connects both Madaqa, and Sadaqa together, and acts as a bridge for things of the Madaqa to interact with the Sadaqa, and vice versa. The Ladaqa is the archetype of divinity that represents the mental planes of existences, ideas of divinity, and everything that exists within the mind. They are the divine emanation that makes up the space of the mental, and are one of the canvases where the tools of creation, and destruction create substance. The Ladaqa archetype makes up all mental entities, and constructs, and is there essence. The Ladaqa is connected to the self of the individual divinity. Ladaqa is also the center point and is the middle ground between everything, because of this it is quite ever-present, and is like a weaker form of Oxakna. It is also the child of the Damakna, and Dasakna, and is the balancing point between both of them. Ladaqa gives power to both Naknayamasa, and Shaknayamasa.


Sadaqa, The Yamasa of Body

The Sadaqa is the lower divine aspects of existence that make up all of the physical, and solid parts of existence. The Sadaqa represents the physical plane of existence, and the material things that makeup it. They are the divine emanation that makes up the space of the physical, and are one of the canvases where the tools of creation, and destruction create substance. The Sadaqa makes up all physical entities, and constructs, and is there essence. The Sadaqa is connected to the underworldly realms, darkness, chaos, strife, and the shadow of divinity. It is the esoteric part of divinity, and it is the hidden aspect of divinity inside all of us. Sadaqa creates Daknayamasa, and gives power to Shaknayamasa.


Uknayamasa, The Yamasa of Fire

Uknayamasa is the first born, and you are able to find Uknayamasa in all forms of Fire. Uknayamasa is quick, powerful, creative, and passionate, but is also very aggressive, and direct in the way that it chooses to manifest. They not only have control over their element, and the aspects of their element, but they are also the element themselves. Uknayamasa is one of the constructs that Damakna, and Dasakna will use to give substance to the 3 canvases of existence. Uknayamasa is a warrior and is offensive, and defensive. it is powerful, Brave, strong, and aggressive, and will do what it takes to claim victory, and to overtake whatever stands in their way. Uknayamasa is the yamasa of the practice of Arda, and because of this brings victory in battle, strategy, and tactics and is anywhere that is consumed in Fire, and Blood.


Naknayamasa, The Yamasa of Air

Naknayamasa is the divine emanation of Air, they are like the philosopher, they are knowledgeable, and rational. Naknayamasa is the second born and you are able to find Naknayamasa in all forms of Air. Naknayamasa is the second born. Naknayamasa is also very quick, logical, communicative, and focus, but can be blunt, and hyperactive. They not only have control over their element, and the aspects of their element, but they are also the element themselves. Naknayamasa is one of the constructs that Damakna, and Dasakna will use to give substance to the 3 canvases of existence. Naknayamasa is the yamasa of the practice of Viadescioism itself and is present within all forms of knowledge, philosophy and religion. It is the muse for all individuals as they strive to learn more and to connect the dots of what is possible in this existence.


Shaknayamasa, The Yamasa of Water

Shaknayamasa is the divine emanation of water, they are like the healer, they are wise, intuitive, and sensitive. Shaknayamasa is the Third born and you are able to find Shaknayamasa in all forms of water. Shaknayamasa is wise, intuitive, and sensitive, but it is also very emotional, and indirect. They not only have control over their element, and the aspects of their element, but they are also the element themselves. Shaknayamasa is one of the constructs that Damakna, and Dasakna will use to give substance to the 3 canvases of existence. Shaknayamasa is the yamasa of the practice of Libratumilera. They are present in all forms of healers from practitioners of western medicine to other forms of alternative, or traditional healing, and they are in any other place where the healer would be. Shaknayamasa can be worked with in Libratumilera, and can be called forth during the working of the practice in order to provide help, power, and guidance to the working that is going on, if the practitioner chooses to work with them. Shaknayamasa is a healer, and is dedicated to healing the mind, body, and spirit. It connects, and heals all that it comes in contact with, and brings balance, and harmony back to being.


Daknayamasa, The Yamasa of Earth

Daknayamasa is the yamasa of Earth, they are like the witch, they are disciplined, grounded, and balanced. Daknayamasa is the last born, and you are able to find Daknayamasa in all forms of Earth. Daknayamasa is disciplined, grounded, and balanced, though it can be stubborn, and stagnant. They not only have control over their element, and the aspects of their element, but they are also the element themselves. The Daknayamasa archetype is one of the constructs that Damakna, and Dasakna will use to give substance to the 3 canvases of existence. Daknayamasa is a witch, and is grounded in the Earth. It is connected to all aspects of nature, and nurtures its wellbeing. Daknayamasa is the yamasa of the practice of Synthetism and is focused on dominion and governing.

Pure Minor Yamasa Ona:

Apart from the 10 main yamasa ona there are also minor yamasa ona that are underneath the four divines of the tetrad. These minor yamasa ona come in two types pure minor, and unity minor.Pure minor yamasa ona:These pure minor yamasa ona are controlled by the yamasa ona that are above them in the tetrad, due to the fact that they are aspects of those yamasa ona. Pure minor yamasa ona are divines base around specific parts of nature. They are considered pure because they are made up of the divines above them in the tetrad using their elements of fire, earth, air, and water in order to create shapes.Pure minor yamasa ona list:These pure minor yamasa come from the aspects of the divines they are under, because of this the list is not complete, and there are more minor yamasa ona that have yet to be named. All of these can be worked with through the use of their names, and have great power to offer the practitioner.

  • Layamasa = Divine of Unity

  • Xayamasa = Divine of Enlightenment

  • Okayamasa = Divine of Infinity

  • Kabayamasa = Divine of Destiny and Fate

  • Oyamasa = Divine of Time and Eternity

  • Bayamasa = Divine of Cycles

  • Dayamasa = Divine of Space

  • Daskayamasa = Divine of Entities, and Constructs

  • Abtyamasa = Divine of Entropy, and Transformation

  • Shayamasa = Divine of Formlessness

  • Skayamasa = Divine of Form

  • Saoyamasa= Divine of Gravity

  • Qafayamasa = Divine of Paradox

  • Xajayamasa = Divine of occultism, mysticism, and esotericism

  • Jadayamasa = Divine of Philosophy, and Knowledge,

  • Ardayamasa = Divine of Wisdom, and Understanding

  • Ardajadayamasa = Divine of truth and falsehoods

  • Madayamasa= Divine of Light, and Day

  • Sadayamasa= Divine of Darkness, and Night

  • Udayamasa = Divine of Eudaimonia, and Benevolence

  • Sasayamasa = Divine of Crime, and malevolence

  • Udayamasa = Divine of Oaths, Loyalty, and Honesty

  • Daumayamasa = Divine of Respect, Honesty, and Duty

  • Omayamasa = Divine of Celestial, and Cosmos

  • Skamayamasa = Divine of Life

  • Abtsayamasa = Divine of the Dead and Death

  • Masalayamasa = Divine of Balance

  • Lalayamasa = Divine of Connection

  • Balayamasa = Divine of Crossover and Crossroads

  • Arlayamasa= Divine of Belief

  • Nalayamasa = Divine of Law

  • A'layamasa= Divine of Order

  • Halayamasa = Divine of Justice

  • Pashasayamasa = Divine of Disease

  • Zasayamasa = Divine of Madness

  • Kasayamasa = Divine of Chaos

  • Fasayamasa = Divine of Deception

  • Naqasayamasa = Divine of Color

  • Usayamasa = Divine of Desire

  • Maghasayamasa = Divine of Courage

  • Madasayamasa = Divine of Hope

  • Thadauyamasa = Divine of War

  • Gauyamasa = Divine of Combat

  • Iuyamasa = Divine of Strength

  • Maxauyamasa = Divine of Victory

  • Euyamasa = Divine of Sex and Lust

  • Mauyamasa = Divine of the Sun

  • Maknauyamasa = Divine of Light

  • Pauyamasa = Divine of Pain, Misery, and Suffering

  • Uuyamasa = Divine of Lightning and Electricity

  • A'uyamasa = Divine of Leadership

  • Ouyamasa = Divine of Plasma

  • Agauyamasa = Divine of Weapons

  • Hauyamasa = Divine of Revenge

  • Vauyamasa = Divine of Freedom

  • Pahauyamasa = Divine of Hate, Rage, and Strife

  • Ia'nayamasa = Divine of Gymnasiums, Athletics, and Sports

  • Arunayamasa= Divine of Art, Music, and Writing

  • Janayamasa = Divine of Education

  • Adanayamasa = Divine of Strategy

  • Lanayamasa = Divine of Marriage, Kinship, and Relationships

  • Dalanayamasa = Divine of Travel

  • Ladanayamasa = Divine of Trade, marketplace and people’s assembly

  • Laknanayamasa = Divine of Language and Communication

  • Onanayamasa = Divine of the Sky

  • Oinayamasa = Divine of Weather

  • Ounayamasa = Divine of Climate

  • Ovanayamasa = Divine of Thunder

  • A`knanayamasa = Divine of Employment

  • Ardaknanayamasa = Divine of Technology

  • Vadanayamasa = Divine of Humility

  • Dadanayamasa = Divine of Chemicals

  • Badanayamasa = Divine of Government

  • Vavanayamasa = Divine of Gasses

  • Faqanayamasa = Divine of Humor

  • Qanayamasa = Divine of Illusion

  • Nanayamasa = Divine of Mathematics

  • Daskanayamasa = Divine of Hierarchy, Royalty, and Authority

  • Ghanayamasa = Divine of Fear, and Terror

  • Oshashayamasa = Divine of the Moon

  • Eua’shayamasa = Divine of Love

  • Shashayamasa = Divine of medicine and health

  • Safashayamasa = Divine of Sleep, Dreams, Rest, and Relaxation

  • Ushashayamasa = Divine of Beauty

  • Shaskashayamasa = Divine of Peace, Compassion, Mercy, and Kindness

  • Dashaknashayamasa = Divine of Bodies of Water

  • Malalasashayamasa = Divine of Liminality

  • Saoshashayamasa = Divine of Eclipse

  • Sashayamasa = Divine of Blood

  • Dashayamasa = Divine of Liquid

  • Skashayamasa = Divine of Emotions

  • Pashayamasa = Divine of Sorrow, and Grief

  • Daknadadayamasa = Divine of the Earth

  • Ghaarskadayamasa = Divine of Hunting

  • Arskadayamasa = Divine of Animals

  • Maskadayamasa = Divine of Vegetation, Agriculture, Fungus, and Harvests

  • Oskadayamasa = Divine of Fertility, and Childbirth

  • Famadayamasa = Divine of Fortune, and Luck

  • Cadadayamasa = Divine of the Hearth and Household

  • Cadaknadayamasa = Divine of Civilization, Clans or Nations

  • Sapadayamasa = Divine of Plague, and Sickness

  • Eknadayamasa = Divine of Wealth

  • Saoidayamasa = Divine of Natural Disasters

  • Sadaknadayamasa = Divine of Poisons, Radiation, Acid, and Toxicity

  • Dadaknadayamasa = Divine of Land

  • Arardayamasa = Divine of Oracles, Divination, and Prophecy

  • Cadayamasa = Divine of Protection

  • Faarskadayamasa = Divine of Mythical Creatures

  • Skaa'dayamasa = Divine of feasts and banquets

  • Fadayamasa = Divine of Alcohol

  • Qadayamasa = Divine of Drugs

  • Shadayamasa = Divine of Nurturing

  • Davadayamasa = Divine of Dust and Ash

  • Dadayamasa = Divine of Solids

  • skadadayamasa = Divine of Bones

  • Adayamasa = Divine of Tools

  • Idayamasa = Divine of Metal

  • Aridayamasa = Divine of Crystals

  • Uknaskayamasa = Divine of Cooking

  • Laskadayamasa = Divine of the Seasons

  • Ushayamasa = Divine of gender

Unity Minor Yamasa Ona:

The unity minor yamasa ona are controlled by the yamasa ona that are above them in the rank of pure minor yamasa ona, due to the fact that the unity minor yamasa ona are unified combinations of the pure minor yamasa ona. Every unity minor yamasa ona is an intersectional being in which all aspects of existence meet up in different amounts within, because of this they are Divine, but they are not pure. these entities use their intersectional divine nature to give form to the shapes laid out to them from the pure minor yamasa ona. Individual people are these types of yamasa, and are referred to as Skadayamasa to represent their personal divinity made up of their skaknao.


Arkaba is the ethical code of Viadescioism. Arkaba is not meant to be upheld by all practitioners of Viadescioism, and it is simply its philosophy for the closest way to live in a manner that is harmonious with being. Arkaba pushes us to think harmoniously, and to do harmoniously by Viadescioism in a certain context through the application of its virtues, and the avoidance of its vices. There are no true morals one can follow, and the correct thing to do always is based on the context, and is relative to the situation. There is no inherent moral law, and all morals, and ethics are a suggestion. There is no form of cosmic justice in this existence though what is done will always plant seeds for fruit. All of the virtues of Arkaba are a mean between 2 extremes. The 10 virtues of Xaoxa, Najaar, Umao, A'jau, Laarda, Tau, Vadaska, Davaabt, Xaeua, and Abtgha are the core understandings of the Arkaba, And are the virtues of Viadescioism.

Xaoxa | Apotheosis: Striving for the highest point in one's development.

Abtxaoxa | Vice of Deficiency: Being in stagnation, and not growing.
Ackxaoxa | Vice of Excess: Losing one's self in striving.

The first virtue is Xaoxa. Xaoxa as it is being used here is the highest point in one's development. This means a connection to spirituality, divinity, and the universe itself. Xaoxa is the transcendent illumination of the soul, and the mind, body, and spirit that make up it. It is seeking numinosity between yourself, and your higher divinity. It is the act of theognosia, or knowing god, or divinity. It also incorporates the understandings of enlightenment. This is connected to the understanding of Oxakna on the tetractys.

Najaar | Philosophia: Seeking knowledge, and Truth.

Abtnajaar | Vice of Deficiency: Being ignorant.
Acknajaar | Vice of Excess: Being stuck in one's knowledge and holding it dogmaticly.

The second virtue is Najaar. Najaar means "love of wisdom" and as a part of this understanding it represents the higher knowledge one should strive for, so that they will be able to break the chains of ignorance, and to be able to have understanding of all things. It is a love for learning that is characterized by curiosity, hypologhismos (higher reasoning), and open-mindedness, allowing an individual to grab a high amount of sapience in order to illuminate aletheia (higher truth) of the infinite nature of existence. This is connected to the understanding of masculine on the tetractys.

Umao | Eudaimonia: Well contentment.

Abtumao | Vice of Deficiency: Unwellness.
Ackumao |Vice of Excess: Hedonism.

The third virtue is Umao. Umao is the wellness of an individual that is brought by the right actions to put one in said state. It is being in a healthy, happy, and prosperous state of being which will bring forth a well-lived life. It is brought out by the pleasures of life, the wellness of mind, body, and spirit, and the contentment of being. Every individual has their own Umao, and what allows them to reach such a state. It also incorporates the understandings of eftychía which is a powerful happiness, contentment, and a good fortune. This is connected to the understanding of Dasakna on the tetractys.

A'jau | Philotimon: Walking up on the right path with respect, ambition, authenticity for yourself, and for all things.

Abta'jau | Vice of Deficiency: Disloyalty, Untrustworthiness, Disrespect.
Acka'jau | Vice of Excess: Respecting everything else too much and not having a balance in order to respect yourself.

The fourth virtue is A'jau. A'jau means "love of Honor" it is walking up on the right path with respect, ambition, authenticity for yourself, and for all things that you would consider good. In my understanding it is also connected to truthfulness, sincerity, loyalty, respect, appreciation, and gratitude to all things in which you interact with. It is your connection to your passions, and following them determinately, while keeping integrity with yourself, and your actions. be true to yourself and do everything you love with meraki, and nous, so that you will be able to live authentically, and within your highest honor. This is connected to the understanding of sulfur on the tetractys.

Laarda | Isoropia: The middle way, and balance in all things.

Abtlaarda Vice of Deficiency: Injustice.
Acklaarda Vice of Excess: Radical centrism.

The fifth virtue is Laarda. Laarda is connected to the understandings of balance, and equilibrium. it is the virtue that focuses on the middle way, so that you do not find extremes and can maintain a healthy and dynamic balance in all things. It is the impartiality between constructs, and because of this is also connected to justice, moderation, and egalitarianism in all things. This is connected to the understanding of Ladaqa on the tetractys.

Tau | Sophrosyne: Temperance, patience, self-discipline, and self-confidence.

Abttau | Vice of Deficiency: Cowardice, fear, and a weak self.
Acktau | Vice of Excess: Recklessness, overconfidence, and narcissism.

The sixth virtue is Tau. Tau is excellent character and soundness of mind that results in Temperance, patience, self-discipline, and self-confidence. It allows us to self reflect on our character and the different parts of ourselves. It also incorporates understandings of discretion and prudence that allows us to be aware of the world. It is knowing yourself, and keeping yourself in balance. This is connected to the understanding of Sadaqa on the tetractys.

Vadaska | Eleutheria: Freedom to acting, speaking, or thinking without restraint or hindrance.

Abtvadaska | Vice of Deficiency: Imprisonment.
Ackvadaska | Vice of Excess: Anarchy.

The seventh virtue is Vadaska. Vadaska meaning freedom and is the understanding of acting, speaking, or thinking without restraint or hindrance. It also is connected to the understandings of liberty, and independence, and the idea of having some amount of liberality in all things that you do. This is connected to the understanding of Uknayamasa on the tetractys.

Davaabt | Humility: Modest or low view of one's own importance.

Abtdavaabt |Vice of Deficiency: Pride and arrogant.
Ackdavaabt | Vice of Excess: Low self-esteem.

The eighth virtue is Davaabt. Davaabt helps us look at ourselves, and leads us to continue becoming a better person. It will allow us to do things that are important without needing to draw attention to what we have done, or to what we have gained from it. It is having a form of modesty for your work, and what you know, so that you do not get a big head, and can keep your feet on the ground. This is connected to the understanding of Naknayamasa on the tetractys.

Xaeua | Agapi: Unconditional love for all things.

Abtxaeua | Vice of Deficiency: Hatred and Cruelty.
Ackxaeua | Vice of Excess: Toxic love.

The ninth virtue is Xaeua. Xaeua is unconditional love for all things. This powerful love allows an individual to be charitable, have empathy, compassion, and generosity. It is understanding other people, and having magnanimity, sympathy, and mercy for even people who wronged you. Encapsulates the understanding of the golden rule which is “do unto others as you would have them do unto you”. It is the idea of sonder which brings fourth the understanding that everyone around you has a life as vivid, and complex as your own allowing you to understand the perspective of others, and having leniency, and tact while dealing with them. This love and joy for other people shall give you Mudita. This is connected to the understanding of Shaknayamasa on the tetractys.

Abtgha | Stoicism: Calmness, and stableness of body, mind, and spirit, while in all situations.

Abtabtgha | Vice of Deficiency: Libertinism.
Ackabtgha | Vice of Excess: Emotionless stoicism.

The tenth virtue is Abtgha. Abtgha is the calmness, and stableness of body, mind, and spirit, while in all situations. It is not worrying, and having fortitude, quietude, and tranquility within yourself, and life. It is the serenity, and equanimity of peace within your being that allows you to be harmonious, and mindful with thoughts, and emotions. This is connected to the understanding of Daknayamasa on the tetractys.


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Ravens of Antimony

The Arskasa Ona | The Ravens

The entities that exist within these sigils are usually referred to as "the Ravens" or "The Arskasa Ona". Every letter in the ravens of antimony alphabet would be considered to be a thoughtform, and the spiritual form that has been associated to all of them is that of a raven with their sigil in their eyes. The Ravens’ spiritual bodies has also been associated with human form variants in which they can switch between. The alchemical symbol for antimony is also burned into the backs of all The Ravens’ spiritual bodies which is more of a maker’s mark than anything else. The Ravens, or Arskasa, or Arskasa ona for plural, are thoughtform entities that can be invoke by charging, and activating their sigils. Each one of these Arskasa ona has its own name, personality, associations, and sigil. Learning to work with the Arskasa ona can help bring certain energies into your life. You can also use there sigils to make other sigils that would help be empowered by the Arskasa ona.

Origin of The Arskasa Ona

The ravens of antimony were created by me the wolf of antimony on the night of 11/25/2015 during a full moon, at midnight, when the moon was at the highest point. During that time I was 20, and I only had been practicing for 7 years, but had quite a lot of work done with the understandings of sigils, and thoughtform creation.

Okna ona, and Akna ona

The Ravens of antimony are split up into 12 aspects called Okna, or Okna ona for plural, and these 12 aspects are each separated into 3 sub aspect called Akna, or Akna ona for plural. Each one of the Okna ona has a counter Okna to it. This separates the Okna ona into two groups of not positive and/or negative aspects, but into two different approaches for walking the same path.The 12 Okna ona of the Ravens Of Antimony are as follows:LOVE \ HATE
These 12 Okna ona are split down into 3 Akna ona that are associated with a servitor giving us 36 different energy entities call “Ravens” and/or “Arskasa”, or “Arskasa ona” for plural. Each Arskasa ona is associated with an Akna ona of the Okna ona.

The Arskasa Ona and their meanings:

ARSKASA OF LUST (E) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Determination, Driving force, Energetic, Lustful, Enthusiastic, Sexual desire, Obsession, Compulsion, Greed, Desire, Longing, Attachment, Wanting, OverzealousReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: No Direction, Contentment, Indifferent, Sufficient, Fulfillment, Stagnant, MotionlessARSKASA OF PASSION (U) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Passion, Initiative, Attraction, Love, Beauty, Powerful Emotion, Excellent Quality, Empowered, Zeal, Verve, LivelinessReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Idleness, Slothfulness, Emotionless, Lazy, HalfheartedARSKASA OF DEVOTION (Æ)(A’) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Devotion, Commitment, Stability, Adoration, Loyalty, Reverence, Spirituality, Dedication, Worship, Religious, Faith, BeliefReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Irresponsibility, Betrayal of trust, Faithlessness, PerfidyARSKASA OF PREJUDICE (TA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Prejudice, Alienation, Racism, Ignorant, Injustice, Sentiment, Jealousy, Judgment, SegregationReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Rights, Respect, Honor, Privilege, Esteem, Decency, Equality, Dignity, Liberty, EquityARSKASA OF ANGER (HA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Anger, Violence, Brutality, Conflict, War, Exasperation, RageReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Peace, Tranquility, Harmony, Joy, Cheer, Delight, Enjoyment, LoveARSKASA OF MISUNDERSTANDING (RA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Misunderstanding, Discord, Error, Misjudgment, ExaggerationReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Understanding, Grok, Perception, SympathyARSKASA OF SKILL (A) |Upright yes, or no meaning: MaybeUpright meaning: Skill, Accomplishment, Talent, Capability, Competence, EffortReversed yes, or no meaning: MaybeReversed meaning: Impotence, Ineptness, Incapability, InadequacyARSKASA OF MIGHT (I) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Strength, Might, Power, Endurance, Survival, Strength, Authority, CourageReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Weakness, Fragile, Instability, Submissive, Vulnerability, Loose, Breaking Point, Yielding, SurrenderingARSKASA OF ASCENDANCY (O) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Ascension, Enlightenment, Self-confidence, Triumph, Increase, Superfluity, RiseReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Descendancy, Degeneracy, Inferiority, Degeneration, Worsen, Decline, Recession, FallARSKASA OF CHAOS (KA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Chaos, Disarray, Trickery, Disorganization, Maelstrom, Mayhem, Disorder, LawlessnessReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Order, Structure, Regulation, Method, Organize, Pattern, Plan, System, control, LawfulARSKASA OF PANIC (ȜA) (Gha) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Panic, Unexpected Changes, Misdirected Force, Disruption, Confusion, Disquiet, Alarm, Anxiety, DepressionReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Calm, Gnosis, Trance, Inner Peace, Composure, ComfortARSKASA OF HORROR (þA) (Tha) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Horror, Fear, Terror, Dread, Scare, Dismay, Fright, ApprehensionReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Serenity, Quietude, Desire, Affinity, ConfidenceARSKASA OF DARK (SA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Pettiness, Blindness, Misery, Distress, Tyranny, Negativity, AbsentnessReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Darkness, Security, Secret, Protection, FemininityARSKASA OF CONNECTION (LA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: MaybeUpright meaning: Connection, Communication, Personal Relationships, Partnerships, Fellowship, Diplomacy, Marriage, Alliance, KinshipReversed yes, or no meaning: MaybeReversed meaning: Breakup, Loneliness, Unsocial, Aloof, Disconnection, Isolated, DetachedARSKASA OF LIGHT (MA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Lightness, Illumination, Harmony, Joy, Comfort, Pleasure, Peace, Hopes, Happiness, Fruitfulness, MasculinityReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Overwhelming, Overbearing, Blindness, DemandingARSKASA OF WISDOM (AR) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Wisdom, Insight, Revealing Message, InspirationReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Immaturity, Foolish, Folly, Newness, Recklessness, InnocenceARSKASA OF KNOWLEDGE (JA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: MaybeUpright meaning: Understanding, Innovation, Information, Knowledge, Education, Awareness, ComprehensionReversed yes, or no meaning: MaybeReversed meaning: Surface Knowledge, Misapprehension, Misinterpretation, IncomprehensionARSKASA OF LOGIC (NA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: MaybeUpright meaning: Reason, Intelligence, Rationality, Common SenseReversed yes, or no meaning: MaybeReversed meaning: Irrationality, Argument, Absurdity, Idiocy, InconsistencyARSKASA OF BINDING (BA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Dependence, Obligation, Possession, Restriction, Imprisonment, TrappedReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Reliability, Dependability, Trustworthiness, ServitudeARSKASA OF WARDING (GA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Warding off, Safeguarding, Buffer, Pushing Away, Avert, AvoidReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Open, Make Vulnerable, EndangerARSKASA OF PROTECTION (CA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Protection, Defense, Shield, Guardian, Safety, SanctuaryReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Defenselessness, Hazard, ThreatenARSKASA OF INSANITY (ZA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Instability, Stultification, Mental Paralysis, Over-analysis, CrazyReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Stability, Sanity, Rationality, Calm, BalanceARSKASA OF ILLUSION (QA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: MaybeUpright meaning: Illusion, Hallucination, Fabrication,Reversed yes, or no meaning: MaybeReversed meaning: Delusion, Doubt, DeceptionARSKASA OF FANTASY (FA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Fantasy, Imagination, Dreams, Vision, Fable, Untruth, FalsehoodReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Reality, Fact, Truth, Objective, SubstanceARSKASA OF ENERGY (KNA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: MaybeUpright meaning: Energy, Spirit, Vitality, Absoluteness, Animation, VivacityReversed yes, or no meaning: MaybeReversed meaning: Exhaustion, Indolence, Prostration, InitiationARSKASA OF LIFE (SKA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: MaybeUpright meaning: Creation, Invention, Mind, Body, Heart, Soul, Self, Consciousness, Spirituality, ExistenceReversed yes, or no meaning: MaybeReversed meaning: Ego, Lifelessness, Extinction, Unconsciousness, BlanknessARSKASA OF HEALTH (SHA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Good Health, Regeneration, Fitness, Vigor, Vitality, EnduranceReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Bad Health, Disease, Sickness, Disorder, Malady, DamageARSKASA OF CORRUPTION (ACK) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Corruption, Depravity, Immorality, Contamination, Degradation, CrookednessReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Purity, Incorruption, Morality, Probity, VirtueARSKASA OF DEATH (ABT) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Death, Destructive, War, End, Mortality, Destruction, TerminationReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Transition, Mercy, Rest, Beginnings, Change, TransformationARSKASA OF BANISHMENT (ARD) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Banishment, Exile, Ostracism, Removal, Elimination, Remove, Let GoReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Admission, Welcoming, Incorporation, Engage, Accept, Let InARSKASA OF PAIN (PA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: NoUpright meaning: Pain, Sorrow, Loss, Suffering, Hardship, TormentReversed yes, or no meaning: YesReversed meaning: Pleasure, Comfort, Delight, BlissARSKASA OF EXPERIENCE (DA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Experience, Growth, Destiny, Fortune, Luck, Serendipity, Prophecy, Outcome.Reversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Inexperience, Stagnation, Fate, Misfortune, Unluck, CausationARSKASA OF ENLIGHTENMENT (XA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Enlightenment, Edification, Sophistication, Higher Life, Higher Self, TruthReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Unenlightenment, Denseness, Lower self, Awakening, InaccuracyARSKASA OF UNKNOWN (YA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: MaybeUpright meaning: Hidden, Unconscious, Secrets, Mystery, Silence, Concealment, Unfamiliar, Nameless, Occultism, EsotericismReversed yes, or no meaning: MaybeReversed meaning: Known, Familiar, Conscious, Noise, Present, ManifestationARSKASA OF RELEASE (VA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Freedom, Liberation, Action, Independence, Autonomy, PermissionReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: Captivity, Traped, Slavery, Limitation, Restriction, Bondage, Control.ARSKASA OF REBIRTH (WA) |Upright yes, or no meaning: YesUpright meaning: Retribution, Revival, Renewal, Reawakening, Reincarnation, Birth, New Beginnings, Fresh starts, ContinuationReversed yes, or no meaning: NoReversed meaning: End, Terminate, Continuation, Discontinuance, Adjournment

How to use the Ravens of Antimony:

One can call upon the energies of whatever raven they specifically want to invoke by writing out the sigil of that raven, or by chanting, or pronouncing out the name of the raven. That will bring the energy of that raven to your side allowing them to aid you in whatever you want to manifest. They can do this by adding energy to your spells, and rituals, or by simply going forth, and acting out your will.Multiple ravens can be called upon at the same time, so that their energies can work together. This can be used to increase the overall effectiveness of the ravens by allowing them to work together, and to create new and interesting energies. In order to allow them to work together all you have to do is invoke them together, and then go through the same process of activating them just like you did when it was just one raven. Different combinations of energy is will allow the ravens to work towards different types of desires. It’s all about choosing the right ravens for the job, so you can allow them to manifest what you want.By writing out Ravens on cards or stones you will be able to create a form of divination practice. It works pretty much exactly like runes, and tarot cards. Where the ravens’ sigils will be drawn at random, and will be answered depending upon what raven you draw for what question. The answer will be based upon the meaning of the raven, and will depend upon what raven is drawn for what question along with how it is positioned either upright, or inverted. Ravens that are inverted will give off the exalted and disparaged version of the meaning of the raven that is inverted.By going through the process of writing one's name in the ravens, those ravens will be able to tell you a little bit about the nature of that person based on the ravens that appear, and in what order. The energies of the ravens work with the energies of the numerological letter placement to set forth insight.Arskasa ona tailsmans are a combination of ravens from the alphabet of desire the ravens of antimony strung together in order to form a combination sigil, that will be able to be used in order to manifest desires. These tailsmans allow you to easily bring together the different ravens from the ravens of antimony paradigm to manifest your intentions, and desires into the world.Some examples of certain situations that certain ravens can be used in:

  • LUST (E) | Sexual desire, Fertility, money, wealth, Cursing

  • PASSION (U) | Love, Passion, Fertility, Productivity, Perseverance

  • DEVOTION (Æ)(A’) | Focus, Awareness, attraction, Love, Passion

  • PREJUDICE (TA) | Focus, Awareness, Attraction

  • ANGER (HA) | Cursing, dispel angry

  • MISUNDERSTANDING (RA) | Understanding

  • SKILL (A) | Success, Studying, Victory

  • MIGHT (I) | self-assurance, Confidence, Strength, Courage

  • ASCENDANCY (O) | Success, Victory

  • CHAOS (KA) | Cursing, balance, stability

  • PANIC (ȜA) (Gha) | Cursing, anxiety, nightmares

  • HORROR (þA) (Tha) | Cursing, nightmares

  • DARKNESS (SA) | Cursing, Protection

  • CONNECTION (LA) | Friendship, Balance, Healing, Purification, Stability

  • LIGHT (MA) | Joy, Fruitfulness, Happiness, Exorcism, Purification, Cheerfulness

  • WISDOM (AR) | Peace of Mind, Intuition, Meditation, Spiritual Growth, Wisdom

  • KNOWLEDGE (JA) | Understanding, Memory, Meditation, Studying, Spiritual Growth, Memory

  • LOGIC (NA) | Understanding, Decision Making, Meditation, Studying, Mental Agility

  • BINDING (BA) | Grounding, Binding, Loyalty

  • WARDING (GA) | Warding, Protection

  • PROTECTION (CA) | Protection

  • INSANITY (ZA) | Cursing, anxiety, nightmares

  • ILLUSION (QA) | Peace of Mind, Beauty, invisibility

  • FANTASY (FA) | Peace of Mind, Creativity, Beauty, Enhancing dreams

  • ENERGY (KNA) | psychic powers, psychic vision, spiritual enhancement, energy

  • LIFE (SKA) | Spiritual Growth, personal power, removing obstacles, self confidence

  • HEALTH (SHA) | Healing, Purification

  • CORRUPTION (ACK) | Cursing, Possession, Binding, Persuasiveness

  • DEATH (ABT) | Purification, Breaking Habits, Exorcism, endings

  • BANISHMENT (ARD) | Purification, Breaking Habits, Exorcism, curse-breaking

  • PAIN (PA) | Cursing, overcome the pain

  • EXPERIENCE (DA) | Travel, Spiritual Growth, removing obstacles

  • ENLIGHTENMENT (XA) | Spiritual Growth, Spiritual Growth, personal power, self confidence

  • UNKNOWN (YA) | invisibility

  • RELEASE (VA) | Purification, Travel, removing obstacles

  • REBIRTH (WA) | beginnings, rebirth, renewal

Ravens of Antimony language

The alphabet of desire known as the Ravens of antimony can also be written, and spoken using its own syntax, and grammar. It’s language is primarily based off english and is primarily used by me The Wolf of antimony to obscure information from people I do not want to know it. It is also used as a magickal language in my rituals, and spells as something that can connect me more in my craft when I am partaking in it. This language is made up of the 36 sounds of the ravens of antimony alphabet of desire. These sounds are connected together along with the meanings of the sounds to form words.

The two configurations:

Projective, yang, masculine, Damakna = Dama
Resistant, yin, feminine, Dasakna = Dasa

The five states of the Ravens of antimony language:

There are five states in which you can use to add emphasis to understandings in the Ravens of antimony language. These five states are known as:Uknaoxava
All you need to do in order to use these states is to add them to the beginning of your statement before communicating what you would like to say, so that you are able to add the energies of these specific states into the rest of the sentence.

  • Intention of hostility, aggression, and power = Uknaoxava

  • Intention of love, calm, and emotions = Shaknaoxava

  • Intention of logic, good communication, and inspiration = Naknaoxava

  • Intention of groundedness, sternness, and nurturing = Daknaoxava

  • Intention of great spiritual understanding, religious zeal, and divine unity = Skaknaoxava


A couple of the Ravens have number values assigned to them, so that they can be used as the symbols for those numbers. These Ravens, and their numerical values are:

  • Ya = 0

  • Ma = 1

  • Ga = 2

  • Ar = 3

  • I = 4

  • Ka = 5

  • Sa = 6

  • Xa = 7

  • Æ = 8

  • Ja = 9

The numbers will be able to be spoken, and written with the ravens with numeric values will be strung together, and will be ended with the word “nakna” used as a suffix.


Cara also known as carita is the mother of the ravens of antimony, they are the second servitor I ever created, which inspired me to make the ravens of antimony. She has been tasked with watching over the Ravens, and their development. Carita's name can be shortened to cara both of which means "beloved" or "friend". Carita is greatly connected to the ravens of antimony paradigm, and can be worked with to gain better control over it.Spiritual appearance: Black raven with antimony symbol burned into their back, and completely white eyes. Carita also has a human appearance of a white girl with long black hair black hair, and pure white eyesPersonality: Funny, Sassy, kind, and blunt


The Yaarskasa

The Yaarskasa also known as the forgotten raven is the father of the ravens of antimony. They were the first servitor I ever created, and went on to inspire me to make more. They're also the first servitor I've ever had to go rogue, and is the only servitor I chose to release instead of destroy. Because, of this their name was forgotten a long time ago earning them the title of the forgotten raven of the ravens of antimony. The forgotten raven is greatly connected to the ravens of antimony paradigm, and can be worked with to gain better control over it.Spiritual appearance: Black ravenPersonality: quiet, mysterious, relaxed, and free-spirited


The Abominations


Anxiety ZUAXU
Depression DUNU
Stagnation SUFU
Delusion TUBU
Hopeless KUEZU
Insecurity CUIYU
Doubt MUHU
Frustration JU
Worthless NUO
Dependent RUPU
Guilt GUQU
Vulnerability LUU
Anguish WUVU
This is my alphabet of binding the 13 Abominations. Just like my alphabet of desire, the ravens of antimony, each one of these sigils represents a servitor that has control over the attribute that they represent. These entities are meant to bind these attributes and to have control over them in order to help the practitioner that interacts with this alphabet. They have the ability to lessen their attributes and also increase their attributes depending upon the intention of the practitioner. The servitors allow you to better understand these aspects and how they affect you and you’re being. These servitors can be invoked through the activation of their sigils. These can also be used for cursing and sending these aspects upon practitioners intended targets.Appearance:They look like a dark humanoid figures with vast leaping shadow tentacles that are ever-changing and ever-moving. These tentacles are usually seen lashing out at the air, trying to grasp onto whatever is in their range. The number of arms the abominations possesses switches seemingly at random, and these arms split from the rest of the dark mass whenever they are needed. They usually stand up on two legs, but this is also never completely certain, and they are as likely to walk upon their legs as they are to pull themselves along with their arms. Their bodies can stretch and contort unnaturally, and they will move quickly and inhumanly across the ground lunging in the direction they wish to go. These entities are genderless and can also shapeshift in order to impersonate and mislead those who are not aware of their presence. These dark entities have 2 big bright red soulless eyes that glow and erupt from their dark mass where you would presume their face would be. A bright red glowing sigil will be marked between their eyes upon their head, which will mark the identity of the abomination, and their voices are like thunderbolts that tear through the air as they speak, booming and overpowering to the point of crippling whoever they are talking to, much like the wailing screams of a dying man.Personality:Their personalities are like the attribute in which the abominations stand for, though all of them are deceitful and self-centered and will most likely only try to better their own existence, they can still be worked with if you know how to control them and are strong, and authoritative.

The Devourer:


Breathe the thirteen in to one and invoke the devourer. It is the thoughtform made from the combination of all 13 Abominations, and is a force of negativity, or healing if you know how to use it. Primarily used for cursing.The Devourer can be invoked by its name if one can pronounce it Zuaxudunusufutubukuezucuiyumuhujunuorupuguquluuwuvu


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Disclaimer: Libratumilera is a philosophy based around health and does not replace the need for traditional medical care through your physician or licensed professional. This is by no means medical advice, and it's only for educational purposes.

Libratumilera is a philosophy of health that focuses on remembering, exploring, and developing the true self and healing the mind, body, spirit, and environment. Libratumilera is a complete lifestyle experience that you live with, instead of doing, and will encompass all aspects of your life. This helps you work on all aspects of your being to balance yourself and all that you do.

The word Libratumilera itself comes from the Latin word for balanced "libratum" and Yoruba word for health, "ilera." Libratumilera is referred to as Shalada in the Ravens of antimony.

What is health?In libratumilera, health is defined as the state of being free from illness or injury in a physical, mental, spiritual, and environmental way, but it is also the ability to recover and protect against such problems in the first place. All of the different aspects of health are connected, and if one of the four healths are dysfunctional or has some form of the disease, they can cause problems in the other forms of health. Health is a resource to support an individual's function throughout their life and throughout wider society; because of this, "good" health and "bad" health are relative to the individual and their needs in regards to living a full and flourishing life.

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