It’s finally time to share my ethereal software. As excited as you probably are to get to try this out, I’m more excited to be shipping it — getting something accomplished, and getting my book a few steps closer to done. So, let’s jump in, and talk about what it does, what I’d like it to do soon, and the basics of using it.
What It Does
The ethereal software can handle manifesting, healing, and shielding. It can also awaken some of your mental muscles — not all of them, but enough to get you started learning magick without having to fake it till you make it. Eventually, we’ll add training (from spirits or AI spirits) and consciousness integration (for personal growth), and we can add more to the list as we go.
In order to take all that work, though, you’ll need to do some internal work to prepare your mind to receive all of those messages, and you’ll also need to learn the various commands. In total, that will take close to two books, so I’ll probably be writing about it for a year or more.
But so far, most of you have never consciously felt ethereal software connect to you. I say “consciously felt” because most of you do some sort of magick, so you would have felt ethereal software, it just wasn’t distinctive or noticeable to you. So, that’s our goal for today: Get my ethereal software to connect in an obvious way, so you notice it.
Connecting to the Ethereal Software
Simply focus on the sigil to the right. The whole thing is one sigil; each symbol that makes it up is independently bound to my ethereal software, then combined in the sigil for redundancy. The symbols themselves don’t mean anything, and as far as I know — they don’t appear in any other alphabets I’m aware of. If I missed some alphabet, please do let me know.
There’s no particular technique to looking at the sigil, but focus on it while you look at it — don’t just glance at it while distracted. To prevent it from bothering people who didn’t intend to connect, you have to maintain that focus for about 15 seconds to a minute. (Doing it longer won’t hurt, but shouldn’t be necessary.) That’s all you have to do.
The ethereal software will make two connections to you. One is designed to be obvious to most experienced mages, though it may not be obvious to everyone, and may not even be obvious to every single experienced mage. The other is designed to facilitate communication, allowing it to read your thoughts as commands. If your mind is prepared, that second connection will also allow it to send you replies.
By the way, just about every one of those steps is more complex than it sounds. Recognizing that you’re looking at the sigil involves another piece of ethereal software, and it doesn’t just make two connections — it makes about a dozen types of connections, then sees which ones work best with you. I’ll go into those details later, probably in the second book. But for now, let’s talk about how to command it.
Commanding the Ethereal Software
A command is just a sentence, said in your native language, describing whatever you want to happen. The ethereal software responds to concepts, not exact words, so language shouldn’t be a problem. If you are multi-lingual and want to test commands in different languages, that would be an awesome test.
The command may include some key words that need to be there, translated as closely as possible. I’ll tell you what the key words are when I give you commands.
To issue the command, look at the sigil, and focus on the command. Repeat the command in your head (or out loud if you prefer) for about 15 seconds, though doing it for longer is just fine too. (Again, doing it longer is unnecessary, but shouldn’t have any bad effects.) For now, actually look at the sigil. I’ll probably add the capability to imagine the sigil later, but I haven’t done anything with that yet.
You may notice that this is very different than how other styles use sigils. That’s because of how I found the ethereal software to the sigil, and how I’ve programmed the ethereal software. I’ll talk more about that later, too.
By the way, if you can recognize the ethereal software’s connections, and know how to send a message to other ethereal software (such as a psychic query), you can use the same techniques here. Using the sigil isn’t the only way to command this ethereal software, it’s just one I added to make the software more beginner-friendly.
Beta Test Feedback
Now you know how to connect to the ethereal software, and how to issue a command, let’s test it. Connect to the ethereal software and give it the command, “give me obvious connections.” The keywords of the command are “obvious connections,” and other phrasings that include those keywords should work. For example, “make obvious connections to me” would be just fine. I would recommend that you specify the connections should go to you, though.
If it works, you should notice an obvious connection in under a minute, with a tingling or a feeling of pressure, or other ways you might perceive energy. If it doesn’t, don’t worry: That’s not anything bad about you, it just means that I need to add another type of connection to the ethereal software. That’s why I’m still beta testing it.
(This obvious connection has worked with 3 of the 4 testers (the complete novice didn’t notice anything), but that certainly doesn’t mean it will work for everyone.)
To turn off the obvious connection, use the command “stop making that obvious connection.”
Once you’ve done this, please send me feedback, either with a comment below, or by email. Let me know:
- Did you notice a connection from just looking at the sigil? Please look at it for 30 seconds or more, then wait a few minutes before using other commands, in case it takes some time for you to notice the connections.
- Did you notice a connection after using the command, “make an obvious connection to me”? Again, repeat the command for 30 seconds, then wait a few minutes for it to work.
- For any connections you did notice, were they pleasant, unpleasant or neutral? How long did it take before you noticed them? And in general, please describe how they felt.
Thanks for taking the time to help me test this. This sort of testing makes the difference between a good product and a mediocre one, and I appreciate you being a part of it.