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Does anyone know how to summon a certain demon who's name you don't know?
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Try to look at the spells first. If you can;t find it, then ask, unless you already looked

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My problem is this, I have two....decrepit little friends I deal with, one will lead my way, the other astray, after last night all signs say everything's good take the leap but I need to know was it the liar or the leader.
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Spells won't help me out here my friend.
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Re: blood pacts
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You can always do your research, if you do want to summon a demon you don't know the name of but know how it looks try describing it on google or on here and I am sure someone knows what demon you're talking about.

Also be wary, demons can be very powerful and they have minds of their own. Summoning one can be dangerous depending on how much knowledge you have based on the demon you wish to summon.

We all have our own reasons to summon different things, but you should learn how to circle cast and how to protect yourself when summoning.

Also, don't forget that making a spell of your own is considered to be way more powerful than getting one from someone else, however, I understand if you don't want to make your own we all have our reasons. But I'll be linking some useful things to help you, such as how to create a spell, and studying tips.

1)http://www.spellsofmagic.com/read_post.html?post=829629

2)http://www.spellsofmagic.com/read_post.html?post=876458

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Thank you for the concern but no worries, been doing this a long time. The summoning's no problem, I'm already "bonded" to them through blood and have dealt with them enough to know a "name" will do you no good one way or the other. I've researched a lot and there's text of twin demons in all religions, documentation, ect, but nothing will tell me how to call the one I want or tell them apart while "conversing". Its lead me here in hopes to find someone that could point in the direction but people want to bring up "names" and "forms" and this isn't the movies, both of those things will do as much good as a crucifix when dealing with things of the shadows.
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I'll ask it another way, what would one do if a second pact made seems to conflict with a prior pact? I don't need their names to call them, their always handy....always. I've never needed protections or circles, they've never lead me astray but aren't exactly helpful. I want to step on no toes. Its all to the same end but the paths are different? The signs that were so clear for so long are now muddied, conflicting. Does that make any more sense? I got greedy and careless and I need to know are they pissed.
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Is their a way to find out what's going on before I.....proceed, interact again. For the first time in my 17 years conversing , I feel nervous, fearful. Have I reached to far?
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Re: blood pacts
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I think part of the point is that it is a personal gamble, or a challenge of wit to make such a determination. Twin demons purposefully operate to challenge by confound and confusion.

Demonic entities are quite often tricksters after all. They challenge our senses and sensibilities as one way they make an individual earn what they are looking for. It may be that you just need to figure out the right question to ask.

Without knowing specific details the best I can suggest is to reflect on the situation carefully, particularly yourself within the situation. Let the challenge roll around for a while and just follow the thoughts. It might be something as simple as making a decision on if you are going to trust one entity over the other, piece together the truth from between them both, or listen to your own instincts and let them tell you the best course of action.
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This is why Practitioner's should take care with agreements. You change your mind later. Always leave a way out.
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