Sample NAP FormatPosted: February 24, 2013
I get this question alot so….. I guess I will post this up here for everyone to see. I will try to leave out specifics of the rituals, out of respect for Fr Malak.
The beauty of New Avatar Power is the simplicity of it all. You don’t need fancy materias or triangles to get this working, just some magickal juice or being fully oriented into the NAP system through its’ initiation process  or being a magickian of the intermediate level.
Here is what my ritual looks like these days. I will go in-depth on why I chose these modules (yep, sciencing it up biatches, lol) below.
- Zone Ritual
- Customized Point A Ritual
- Rite (3x)
- License To Depart
- Closing Ritual
Zone Ritual: I feel that New Avatar Power is a petition based system of magick, not the normal conjuration of entities type of system ala Goetia so with that said, I think it’s more important to keep the lines of communication clearer instead of having more juice into the ritual. Doing a zone rite like LBRP or whatever will create a magickal clean room for the practitioner to work with and open that magickal lines of communication to said entities you wish to contact.
I use a customized zone rite that I created and I still do this just because it’s more efficient but my theory is that the higher a level the sorcerer is, skill wise, the less modules he needs to use to petition the entities he needs. A very skilled mage can just to the actual rite and still get results.
Customized Point A Ritual: The actual NAP Point A Ritual is a relaxation exercise and a means to put you in touch with the initiator of this system. With my customized rite, I’ve taken out the relaxation parts and just kept the conjuration part of the entity.
Rite: The actual rite you want granted. I sometimes customized the rite for whatever I need but keeping in the spirit of the original rite.
License To Depart: Just a quick thank you for the spirits that came and listened. My last minute plea to get what I’ve asked done. etc. Not really needed, I think, but I like to be polite with the peeps I work with.
Closing Ritual: Basically, the part where I unseal the area I’ve taken over and release the energies to the universe.
In between each module, I like to meditate/contemplate on the feelings/energies/entities around me. I also like to use that time to focus what I want through visualization. There is no time limit to this, if I feel that I need to spend time on the meditation/contemplation part – I will. So depending on how complicated my wish is, a ritual can go for 20 minutes to 1 hour.
Again, the higher the level of the practitioner is – the less modules needed to get the petition across.
Some practitioners would add the Bornless Rite ritual somewhere in between because they think it’ll add more power but if you’ve never even made contact w/ your HGA, then it’s a useless module to add. Also, I don’t think it adds more power – more so that it helps makes the line of communication clearer for the other parties.
NAP is a simple and efficient, petition based, grimoire that can help you get in contact w/ entities that are more likely to help. Just keep in mind that these entities are on the “lighter” side of the scope so don’t be surprised if your wish of mind controlling a girl or killing someone off gets you nowhere with these guys.
1. NAP is technically a talismanic grimoire and having a physical copy of the book with you helps you align with this system of magick. Also, doing the Point A ritual will also help you become initiated into this grimoire – albeit a little longer than actually having the book. Doing the Central Pillar exercise 2x a day will expedite the process.