The male or female magician must remain lying down for three days on their bed, without eating anything, nourishing themselves only with water, within which will be poured some drops of lemon juice and very pure honey (bee honey).

The head of the bed must be situated towards the north. The magician must meditate on Philip, the great Apostle of Jesus Christ, during those three days.

The magician will also pray the “Pater Noster,” which is “The Lord’s Prayer,” profoundly meditating on the meaning of each word from this most holy prayer that was taught by the Adorable One.

The magician will ask permission of the Father in order to travel with his physical body in a Jinn State through the Astral space of the universe. He or she will beseech the help and assistance of Philip. Once the three days have passed, then the magician can get up from the bed. The bed must then be cleaned and arranged with clean sheets, pillows, blankets, and clean bedspreads.

The room, sleeping compartment, or bedroom must be perfumed, swept, and washed very well.

Not a single piece of clothing should be hung on the ceiling or on the walls, because that damages the experiment.

Upon the day in which the magician gets up, he must continue nourishing himself with water within which is mixed honey (bee honey) and some drops of lemon juice.

At night, after a dinner based on fruit and water (prepared in the already indicated manner), the male or female magician will very secretly direct themselves towards their bedroom. Then, seven candles must be lit. The seven candles must be placed on a seven-armed candelabrum (or on seven candlesticks, or on two candelabras of three arms each, plus one candlestick for a single candle).

Subsequently, a very clean mantle must be placed over a table inside the bedroom. The table must be round, with three legs.

Three loaves of bread, which must be blended with barley flour, and three glasses of fresh and crystalline water must be placed on the table.

Then, very slowly and meditating, the magician will recite with the mind and with the heart filled with faith, the following magic prayer:

Prayer

Besticirum cosolatio, veni, ad me, vertu, creon, creon, o creon, cartor, laudem, omnipotentis et, nom, commentor, star, superiur, carta, bient, laudem, om, viestra, principien, da, montem, et, inimicos, meos, o, prostantis, vobis, et, mihi, dantes, quo passium, fieri, sui, cisibilis. Amen, Amen, Amen.

The male or female magician must recite this prayer thousands of times while ever so slightly becoming sleepy.

Finally, three mysterious ladies or three magic gentlemen will arrive. This matter pertains to three Jinn persons from the fourth or fifth dimension.

It is clear that three ladies will arrive if the invoker is a male, yet if it is a female magician, a woman who calls and prays, then three elegant Jinn gentlemen from the world of mystery will arrive.

Unquestionably, these three persons will utilize the Tarot and will cast their lot in order to define positions and to know who among them will be the one who will assist us and take us to wherever we wish.

These persons will drink and eat; they will converse amongst themselves. Then, the best will come.

After all of this, the magical person who has to help us will approach us. We must beg this person to carry us with our physical body to any place of the Earth.

If they tell us or command us to get up, it is necessary to obey.

When the body is felt with that state of lassitude as when one goes to sleep, then in that state is where one senses the invoked Genii.

We must get up from the bed in that state. The Genii will assist us.

The Jinn person who will be in charge of us will take us to the place, which we will indicate. The physical body delectably floats while inside of the magical regions of the Earth. Thus, this is how we can transport ourselves to any place of the Earth.

Indications

The previous Latin prayer must be learned by memory with the goal of correctly working with this secret, which serves in order to travel through the superior dimensions of Nature.

Faith is the foundation of this magical work. Without faith, one fails with this experiment. If the invoker is afraid, then he must not perform this work.

Thus, the Gnostic medics can travel with their physical bodies within the fourth vertical in order to assist their patients.

Each time that the Latin prayer is recited, then one will beseech by saying: “Assist me Genii, assist me, take me with my body.” This phrase must be repeated, filled with faith, between prayer and prayer.

Thus, one triumphs. This science is for the people with faith. One needs to know how to be serene, one needs to know how to be patient.

If someone does not triumph with the first experiment, it is because his mind is degenerated.

Then, he or she must repeat thousands, millions of times the experiment until triumphing.

Esoteric Medicine and Practical MagicThis chapter is from Esoteric Medicine and Practical Magic (1978) by Samael Aun Weor. The print and ebook editions by Glorian Publishing (a non-profit organization) are illustrated to aid your understanding, and include features like a glossary and index. Buy the book, and you benefit yourself and others.