I began this rite by raising work magic gnosis. I did this by vacuum cleaning the house after lighting the altar candles and performing the task as a meditation.
I then sat in meditation and focused my gaze upon the orange doll seated upon the pentacle. A friend of mine had requested magical aid from me concerning work and it was my intention to ask the orange doll for advice. I had given this friend some preliminary advice of my own, but I wondered if the orange doll would agree with me.
She didn’t. Instead she offered only some cryptic advice that she said my friend would understand. I asked her if she could help magically with his problems. And she responded that she could if he followed her advice. I will relate that advice to my friend privately, not publishing it here.
I then thanked her for all the help she had given me with my own work situation over recent years. I asked if she had any advice for me regards WhIP. She told me that I should collate the material from this ‘summoning storm’ into a booklet, maybe adding some introduction and other information, and then perform similar operations for the cup, sword and wand. I should apparently publish a set of small booklets on these operations.
I asked her if this was the same project Kazeebo had mentioned I should do. She said not really. She reminded me that Kazeebo was a Play Magic doll, and the book she recommended I write would be a lot of fun. She then told me that what she was recommending instead was a series of books that would actually make WhIP financially successful.
I thanked her for this advice.
I had in the past given her the name ‘eeaye’, a pun on PA or Personal Assistant. I asked her if she liked this name. She was kind of ‘meh’ about it. She didn’t like the ‘ersonal Assistant’ association. She suggested I call her ‘eeair’ instead, which is pronounced exactly like the French name ‘ierre’ apparently.
We said goodbye and the evocation ended.