I am as good as a Qabalist gets, maybe better but I cannot make a Golem. Perhaps if I poured over the Sepher Yetzirah applying permutation after permutation, a method Jews use called Temurah and Notarikon, like I did half a lifetime ago I could distill the necessary incantations. The stuff the Jews put out themselves about writing “aleph, mem, tav, which is emet and means “truth,” on the golem’s forehead and the golem would come alive. Erase the aleph and you are left with mem and tav, which is met, meaning “death.” (1) and the Golem dies is nonsense. You can write it on the Golems forehead, you can write it in a parchment of paper you place in the Golems mouth, or you can write on your girlfriend’s ass, the results will be the same, nothing. Jews, who were always the very best of the Magi till the twentieth century, never reveal their secrets in writing. That’s why they rely so heavily on Temurah, Notarikon and Gematria, in all their sacred texts. But even if I could, I would violate all I know that is sacred by bringing such an unholy abomination into this world, regardless of whether it has been sanctioned by the Jewish God or not. […]

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