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Khandnalie Member
Khandnalie Aug 3 '14
Music is a great way of bringing out one's true self and evoking emotions and energies not otherwise reachable. As such, many find it to be a great tool for ritualizing.

What music speaks to you, and helps you bring your magick and rituals to life?

Andrew Young
Andrew Young Aug 15 '14
Arktao Eos. Specifically Mirrorion. 

 But I also make my own for private use because I like to have something really long that will just sort of flow that I won't pay active attention to. If I'm meditating with some music and there's a break between tracks it snaps me out of it. Also, when it's your own work you can craft it to meet your own specs, as it were.

The Forum post is edited by Andrew Young Aug 15 '14
badasstattooz Sep 19 '14
Hello there, as for dark ambience, which I prefer in my ritual chamber, the Doom 64 soundtrack by Aubrey Hodges is absolutely amazing, followed closely by Midnight Syndicate's ''Realm of shadows'' that said, there is a free program out there called paulstretch which allows one, with ease, to take a track and stretch it several hundred times its natural length and manipulate it in many ways. I have found that classical music manipulated in this fashion renders rather emotive ambient ''music'' for a ritual process, especially since the finished tracks can be an hour long if you wish them to be, leaving little audible ''interruption'' in your psycho-drama.
Berardo Rodriguez Member
Berardo Rodriguez Oct 20 '14
I found a CD called "Sounds of Halloween" it lasts 1 hour and it includes thunder claps , howling wind, rattling chains,  frightening groans , eerie organ playing,  blood curdling screams , pulsating heartbeats , squeaking doors , creaking floors, and I recorded it with the infernal names, I mixed them up with the sounds , when I listen to it,  I feel like I am crossing the curtain of fear ,and  I'm having fellowship with the demons.
Paul Ross Fletcher Member
Paul Ross Fletcher May 6 '15
Wardruna are great for ritual music, With the use of the oldest of Nordic instruments and poetic metres as well as lyrics written in Norwegian, Old Norse and Proto-Norse tongue, the ongoing ‘Runaljod’ trilogy is a musical rendition of the 24 runes in what is often referred to as the elder futhark.


ShadowLover Member
ShadowLover Dec 13 '15
@MReynolds.White noise? When I first read this I thought Ewwww, good god no - that would drive me insane. Now I am curious to try it! Not necessarily for ritual, although I could probably try that too, but rather when investigating an alleged haunting. I have experience spirits changing the words in songs before and am thinking they could probably work wonders communicating through white noise - if they wanted to.
Cornelius Coburn
The ever intrusive and nagging Wand Of I Bearess, although wouldn't have it any other way.

Arktau Eos, velvet cacoon, Halo manash, Nox arcana, midnight syndicate etc. 
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