An Execration

An Execration.

Because Daesh has begun the destruction of Palmyra.

Because too many nations are standing back allowing them to destroy and desecrate.

Because they are human filth with no respect or  piety even for the God they claim to worship.

Because they have committed countless atrocities on women, children, and the lands they enslave.

May the Gods of those lands, the Gods of their own ancestors turn Their attentions upon them. May their own ancestors repudiate them.

May the land itself rebuke them.

May abundance and success elude them.

May they suffer as they have caused others to suffer.

May the Gods afflict them.

May the Gods destroy them.

May the Gods call them to account for every deed.

May they be expunged in agony from our world.

I call upon Sekhmet, destroyer of nations.

I call upon Isis, whose name they defile.

I call upon Inanna, Who brings Her enemies to heel.

I call upon Set, God of the scorching desert.

I call upon Anat, Warrior of Her people.
I call upon Rashap, Lord of Weapons

I call upon Ba’al Hadad, Master of the Storm,

I call upon Pazuzu, bringer of plague.

I call upon all the Gods, named and unnamed here of the peoples they oppress: rise up and protect the lands that once venerated You. Even though the people there have turned their backs upon You, there are still those among us all who venerate Your names. Rise up and protect your thoughtless people. Save them from this plague of human filth. Cleanse and purify, oh Immortal Powers.

and may Your names be reverenced.

May temples once more resound with Your praises.

May the smoke of thousands upon thousands of offerings once more rise to the Heavens in praise of You.

So may it be.


About ganglerisgrove

Galina Krasskova has been a priest of Odin and Loki since the early nineties. Originally ordained in the Fellowship of Isis in 1995, Ms. Krasskova also attended the oldest interfaith seminary in the U.S.- the New Seminary where she was ordained in 2000 and where she later worked as Dean of Second Year Students for the Academic year of 2011-2012. Beyond this, she took vows as a Heathen gythia in 1996 and again in 2004. She is the head of Comitatus pilae cruentae and a member of the Starry Bull tradition. Ms. Krasskova holds diplomas from The New Seminary (2000), a B.A. in Cultural Studies with a concentration in Religious Studies from Empire State College (2007), and an M.A. in Religious Studies from New York University (2009). She has completed extensive graduate coursework in Classics (2010-2016) and is currently pursuing a Masters in Medieval Studies at Fordham University with the intention of eventually doing a PhD in theology. As part of her academic career Ms. Krasskova has written a number of academic articles, and also presented at various academic conferences including Harvard University, Claremont University, Fordham University, Ohio State University, and the City University of New York. Ms. Krasskova has a variety of published books available running the gamut from introductory texts on the Northern Tradition, as well as books on runes, prayer, and devotional practices. She is also the managing editor of “Walking the Worlds,” a new journal focusing on contemporary polytheism and spirit work and the first journal of polytheology. While very busy with teaching and school, she does also occasionally lecture around the country on topics of interest to contemporary Heathenry and polytheisms. A passionate supporter of the arts Ms. Krasskova enjoys going to the opera, theater, and ballet. Her affection for the arts began early as she discovered dance, which she pursued professionally becoming a ballet dancer: first with a regional company in Maryland, then in New York City. After suffering career ending injuries, she would find new forms of expression in the visual arts. For a few years Ms. Krasskova co-owned an art gallery in the Hudson River Valley of New York, and over a course of numerous years she has studied a multitude of art mediums: glassblowing, watercolor, acrylic, photography and more! She is now an avid acrylic painter and watercolorist and has even enjoyed placement in international artist-in-residencies programs in New York, New Mexico, and Poland. Her work has been exhibited from New York to Paris.

Posted on May 30, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Reblogged this on for my Lord Anpu and commented:
    Hail Wepwawet warrior brother of my lord hear this prayer cleanse this world of this evil


  2. Love this. Makes me sick that the rest of the world is sitting back and letting these walking horrors torture, murder and rape at will while also distroying the few sacred works remaining created by our Ancestors.


  3. Duffi McDermott

    Excellent. Performing this tonight. I was thinking about calling upon Sekmet as I was trying to sleep last night.


  4. May the Words from Enlil, the Great Mountain, seal their fate of doom.
    May the Words from Enki, the Fertile One, cause their wells to run dry.

    May the Arrows from Marduk, the Great Lord, slay them as they stand.


  5. Your words need nothing else added.
    So may be it so.

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  6. May their eyes be opened, and their hearts refilled with love.
    May the fire of their hatred diminish, and its source be quenched.

    May they see the damage they have done, feel its tragedy in all its horrific sadness, and so be moved to commit themselves to the welfare and benefit of the world around them.
    May their sense of humanity resurge in the ashes of their hatred, and may they more diligently guard against the random sparks that are so often in the wind. May they hate no more, but open themselves to the love all humans are capable of feeling.

    May that which has taken place be turned against itself, for only then is this kind of hatred truly confounded. May the sickness and injury finally abate, so that healing may begin.

    May these things happen not merely in the names of the gods; but in our names as human beings. I do not call upon the gods to aid us in all of this, but rather on every human being whose heart is still capable of courage and outrage: whatever part we might be capable of playing in confounding hatred is worth our efforts. As for the gods, may they receive the souls of those who have passed with compassion and understanding.


    • ganglerisgrove

      and should that happen, may they make reparation in blood for all the harm they have caused, by removing themselves from the living.

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