Jesus Christ The Magician

Jesus Christ the magician

In Christianity, Jesus Christ is the Son of God as well as God the Son, the second person in the Trinity. The meaning of Jesus is Salvation or The Lord of Salvation. In Hebrew, it is יֵשׁוּעַ – Yeshua, Yehoshua or Yahshua. He is the saviour. For example, in the Gnostic script The Sophia of Jesus Christ, Jesus is called the Lord Saviour and the Perfect Saviour. The meaning of Christ is The Chosen One or The Anointed One. It comes from Greek Χριστός, Χριστοῦ or Χριστόν – that is Xristós or Christos. The name of Jesus Christ actually means The Lord of Salvation The Chosen One. In magical and mystical books he often appears as Emanuel or Imannuel.

Jesus appears in the Bible and other scriptures in several forms such as: Jesus Christ our Lord, Jesus Christ our Saviour, Jesus Christ the Righteous, Jesus of Nazareth, Jesus of Galilee, Jesus Son of God Most High, Joshua, etc.

Furthermore, Jesus Christ is often referred to Lamb: The Lamb Slain from the Foundation of the World, The Lamb that was Slain and The Lamb of God (Agnus Dei in Latin)

Other times, Jesus Christ is a shepherd: Chief Shepherd (1 Peter 5:4), The Great Shepherd of the Sheep (Heb. 13-20), The Good Shepherd (John 10:11, 10:14-15.), Shepherd and Bishop of your souls and Shepherd of Israel (Psalm 81).

Jesus Christ appears several times in the Bible like Prince: Prince and Savior, The Prince of Life, Prince of Peace, Prince of Princes and Prince of the Kings of the Earth.

He is also the Son: Son of David, The Son of God, The Son of Man, The Son of the Blessed, Son of the Father, Son of the Highest and The Son of the Living God.

Jesus is also the bread: The Bread of God, The Bread of Life and The Living Bread.

Sometimes, he is referred to Logos, but more often to Prophet and Messiah.

The Jesus Prayer is a short prayer esteemed especially within the Eastern churches: “Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner.” The prayer has been widely taught and discussed throughout the history of the Orthodox Church. It is often repeated continually as a part of personal practice, its use being an integral part of the mystical tradition known as Hesychasm.

Jesus Christ was mentioned in one of the variations of his name many times in magical literature. He was mentioned at least twice on each page of John Dee’s diaries. Spirits had to swear in the name of God or/and Jesus Christ almost any time they appeared to John Dee and E. Kelley. For example, John Dee asked a spirit, “In nomine Christi Redemptoris humani generis, Qui tu es?” This spirit turned out to be Michael. On another occasion, John Dee asked Nalvage to confirm it was him, “In nomine Jesu Christi Redemptoris nostri, Estis vos Nalvage? “ And Nalvage answered: – Tu dicis.”. In John Dee’s Liber Peregrinationis Primae, 1583- 1584. Jesus appears there in several connotations as The King of Glory and The Son of the Living God.

Liber Juratus describes Jesus Christ as “the only begotten son of God, into whose hands the Father before all worlds gave all things.” Jesus also appears as the 19th God’s name related to Leuviah, according to The Sixth and Seventh Moses Book. Jesus is also the 32nd God’s name according to Slavic Miscellany for Travelers, where it could be used in conjuration of Vasariah.

Jesus Christ is mentioned in the Exorcism of Fire in The Secret Grimoire of Turiel. He is also mentioned in conjuration of spirits in the Grimoire of Armadel. Arbatel instructs that the name of Jesus Christ is also used in conjuration of Olympic spirits.

A Book of the Offices of Spirits instructs that a spirit called Temell who is the messenger of the East and under control of God should be conjured by the name of Jesus Christ and Virgin Mary. This book tells that also by those two names Amaymon, the King of the South should be conjured. Furthermore, Jesus Christ and Virgin Mary appear in that book in conjurations of any spirit of the earth or water or fire, and to make any spirit of any dead man appear and give answer. According to A Book of the Office of Spirits, they are also used in conjuration of Satan, together with Holy Ghost.

Variations in names of Jesus Christ in magical texts include: Christ, CR., Cristos, Christus, Ichtus, Ichtys, Iesoushouah, Iesum Christum Homo, Iesus Iehua ame nisch Eye, Ihesuh, (IHShHV), IHShHV Yeheshua, IHVShH, Ischa, Isu, JC., Jeschaja, Jesu, Jesus, Jesus of Nazareth, Jesus of the Utmost Sweetness, Yeheshuah, Yehovashah, etc.

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