Shown here is a magical rosary consecrated to Azha-Qayin, the Ancestral Patron of the Sabbatic Craft Tradition. It was hand-carved by Alogos Dhu’l-qarnen Khidir over the course of two years. Its formation and occult significance is related in ‘The Grimoire of the Golden Toad’.
The white disk-beads are individually fashioned from human femur bone. The quarter-marking ‘eye’ beads are carved from wood: blackthorn, holly, and oak. The quarter-guardian beads, carved in the form of ornate Death’s-heads, are fashioned from stag antler. Each of these skull-beads represents a specific deity in the Sabbatic pantheon. The larger pendant bead is an antler-carved image of Qayin, surmounted by a hag-stone, and appended by a graven human tooth. The side counter beads are carved from lapis lazuli, terminated with antler tips. The additional counter string (for counting 1000’s of mantic repetitions) shows a small wooden bead carved from mistletoe, an image of the Sabbatic deity Trivagantus, and a larger wooden bead carved from mandrake root. The coloured tassels denote the patronage of specific spirit-families. The entire construction of this magical tool embodies the Rosarium of Midnight. By the arrangement, form and juxtaposition of its beads it encrypts a complete grimoire in and of itself. The transmission of its teaching is thus ‘wordless’: the Book of A-logos.
This rosary is specifically made for working with Cain—working within a dual observance and heretical system that does turn Catholic tools to its uses for gnosis and mastery.
I was absolutely blessed to get to see this rosary in person and have Mr. Schulke show it to me. In my understanding, this is the book One: the Golden Toad Grimoire in its physical manifestation via Andrew Chumbley prior to the transcribing of the written book.
I have made pagan prayer beads before from similar kinds of materials. Using natural beads is a very powerful way to connect to the current.