Augoeides 3D Chamber
This is just a simple 3D interior project I made few years ago for a friend of mine who was preparing his property for some sort of modified Abramelin operation. The chamber is/was real and this 3D model was mostly done for testing different type of aesthetics for the floor design and other things and what kind of materials might work with the rough measurements. I never saw the finished thing in real life.
The instructions for the room/chamber design were from The Vision and the Voice's 8th Aethyr of ZID to attain knowledge and conversation of the HGA:
The Cry of the 8th Aethyr, Which is Called ZID
And thus shall he do who will attain unto the mystery of the knowledge and conversation of his Holy Guardian Angel:
First, let him prepare a chamber, of which the walls and the roof shall be white, and the floor shall be covered with a carpet of black squares and white, and the border thereof shall be blue and gold.
And if it be in a town, the room shall have no window, and if it be in the country, then it is better if the window be in the roof. Or, if it be possible, let this invocation be performed in a temple prepared for the ritual of passing through the Tuat.
From the roof he shall hang a lamp, wherein is a red glass, to burn olive oil. And this lamp shall he cleanse and make ready after the prayer of sunset, and beneath the lamp shall be an altar, foursquare, & the height shall be thrice half of the breadth or double the breadth.
And upon the altar shall be a censor, hemispherical, supported upon three legs, of silver, and within it an hemisphere of copper, and upon the top a grating of gilded silver, and thereupon shall he burn incense made of four parts of olibanum and two parts of stacte, and one part of lignum aloes, or of cedar, or of sandal. And this is enough.
For the top of the altar shall be of white wood, well polished, and in the centre thereof he shall have placed a triangle of oak-wood, painted with scarlet, and upon this triangle the three legs of the censor shall stand.
Moreover, he shall copy his invocation upon a sheet of pure white vellum, with Indian ink, and he shall illuminate it according to his fancy and imagination, that shall be informed by beauty.
And on the first day of the twelfth week he shall enter the chamber at sunrise, and he shall make his prayer, having first burnt the conjuration that he had made upon the vellum in the fire of the lamp.
Some details are missing from the 3d model, like the scarlet oak-wood triangle and sheet of pure white vellum etc. Also the carpet was replaced with tiles and the "border of blue & gold" effect was to be achieved with some blue grey marble tiles with gold "veins".
I still think this might give some sort of aesthetic idea what that kind of temple described in the 8th aethyr might look like in real life interior setting, even though it does not demand too much imagination to picture it in your mind as there is not too much stuff and elements described to begin with. And even if the models are not the most realistic ones possible with 3D.
The rough models:
With the textures and some light and shadows effects/angles:
Behold now Behemoth, which I made with thee; he eateth grass as an ox.
Say, that looks familiar ...
I suppose it's because it looks pretty much like my VIIIth AEthyr temple from 1974 ...
This is an external reproduction. The interior action (from which this pic was extracted - 5 minutes, 14 seconds) can be seen at ...
@shiva Nice job! Inventive, trippy and interesting collage displaying technical skill for the technology and imagination...with insertion of pop music to either induce further viewing or viewer editing discretion, drop the volume or off...though Aerosmith should pay you...
insertion of pop music to either induce further viewing or viewer editing discretion
I would give myself a 51% grade in video composition, which would be an F- in any tech or art school, but just good enough to get across the idea. My historical videos usually begin with a Bor G-Earth zoom in to the exact location (address or camp site) where the ceremony or event took place, and the zooming is rough - sort of like jumping into a meat-grinder, or taking a fast elevator ride down through the plains.
The music was/is not to induce further viewing; I simply find it more interesting (for myself) if music is playing as the scenario unfolds. The volume control may, of course, be exercised up or down at any point.
Usually, Bor G-Earth and temples are external images, but when fire, phoenixes, or glowing rods of initiation are seen, they represents internal images, either through visualized meditation or surprise visitations. There seems to be a surprise in each of the historical videos. The next time I watch them all, I'll have to check to see if that holds true.