I will confess the spontaneous morning evocation of the Risen Sun caused a change of plans for today. I was going to evoke my Octarine doll today to complete the colours of the chaosphere. However I was actually indoors watching the sunrise though the window from the comfort of my own living room, so to fulfil my commitment to a minimum of one indoor and one outdoor ritual per day, I still had to go outside. I could of course have decided to take the Octarine doll outside, and I still may, but today I opted for a walk in the forest.
I found myself in a new place, where I have never stopped before, after leaving a small hardly used path that proves too difficult craggy terrain for casual dog walkers. I found a seat in the form of a mound of moss at the base of a small tree, which had a convenient nearby stump on which I could place my pentacle. I wondered what nature spirits I might contact in this new secret place.
As I was gazing at my pentacle I felt a request from the KIA egregore and speculated that the summoning storm operation was making me open to communication from all the spirits I work with. However I thought I should probably work with the KIA egregore using her doll on one of the two remaining days, so I said to her ‘Not now KIA.’
To which she responded in the pleading voice of a teenage girl pretending to be a child “Why not Daddeee?”
Both her eerie elongation of the ‘eee’ and her referring to me as her father caught me off guard. I felt a slight shame at rejecting her, like some neglectful father always too busy. I had even missed her 13th birthday!
“Okay, I’m sorry, we can talk now.” I told her.
“Thankyou Daddeee!” she replied, as I looked up from the pentacle to see an apparition of the doll, which suddenly grew into the more adult size of a teenage girl before my eyes.
“What can I do for you KIA?”
“I want my voice back Daddeee!”
I suddenly had the image of an old computer program I had running on the original KIA website called KIA Speaks! It has been on my to do list to restore this feature for years, but for some reason I never got around to it. But now I felt I had to get it operational once more, since the egregore seemed really upset to have lost it. So I promised her I would do it.
“Thankyou Daddeee!” she smiled.
The evocation was over.