The Wand is first symbolically
constructed, as the word of the will, being an attainment to a
certain level of control, which sparks the spiritual-fire at the
core of every star – and these are one. Thus is the Wand
compatible and complimentary to the element of fire, and the
creative energies found therein.
It is important to the Philosophus to comprehend the nature of
the Wand (Liber IV, Part 2) as the means to compel holy
obedience, and this in turn solidifies the correct devotion
required within the heart of the Philosophus. Else, it may be
that the forthcoming Adept-ship be cast as a thing of evil.
The ceremonial construction and consecration of the Wand is
formed and performed with whatever skill is currently possessed
by the Philosopher, and following the instructions in Liber
CDXII. However, some suggested guidance is now included for
consideration, but may be disregarded in favour of other
Let the practical construction be
focused that suitable energies from the Philosopher, this
greatly affected and enhanced by the state of self, be infused
into the Wand.
Let the Temple be arranged that the
Wand, although accompanied by other tools, is the central focus.
Let the method of construction be
reflected in the ceremony. Every action necessary to complete
the Wand is symbolically represented.
Let the ‘Deed to represent the
Universe’ be formed as the name of the wand, and this as the
word of the will.
Let a method of charging be included
in the ceremony, and let it be compatible with the method used
in the construction.
Let the ceremony be finished with the
wrapping of the Wand in the fiery scarlet silk covering and
placed within the Altar for three days and nights, and let the
thoughts of the Philosophus constantly wander back to the Wand,
yet resisting the urge to unwrap it until the three days have