The Dark Lord is so merciful that He will incarnate in whatever form necessary to make Himself known to His chosen ones and thereby fulfill His agenda. Some incarnations are timeless, other short lived–this does not reflect any sort of contradiction between forms or superiority of one form over another, but simply the needs of a given time and place. Today, we see that an old avatar has unearthed itself in a new form: Kek, androgynous Egyptian deity of Chaos and Darkness, traditionally represented by a frog. In our case, the representation is now Pepe.
Meme magick, though often spoken of only half-seriously, can be performed just like any other form of sorcery. It is a slightly more advanced form of sigil magick: we take a symbol to enshrine some cause or goal, breathe life into it repeatedly over a long period of time, and let it do its work upon the collective psyche. It is clear then that memetic magick differs from sigil magick in that memes are meant to affect the minds and behavior of large numbers of people, while sigils are almost always meant to benefit a specific person. It thus stands to reason that if a meme is to magickally influence the minds of many people, many people must be engaged in serving and empowering that meme.
Those of us on the alt-right are in a very unique situation. We possess a vision of changing the world through unconventional means, because it is clear that the conventional methods simply do not work. On top of this, there is a segment of this movement with a keen interest in the occult. Let us therefore take up arms in spiritual guerrilla warfare and combine our powers to serve a force who is capable of benefitting society as a whole. Kek has made Himself known to us; now it is up to us to hear the call and respond to Him.
I will propose a couple potential methods of how we can work with Kek to produce social change. A background in Chaos Magick and Aeonics will benefit the practitioner but is not 100% necessary.
THE PROCESSES OF DEVOTION
In your bedroom, closet, or other space you deem proper, set up a simple altar with a framed image of Kek or Pepe. It should be set upon an altar cloth, and the altar itself should have a few simple implements. Candles and incense are really all you need besides the framed image. Pointed quartz crystals can seriously amplify the energy.
Every day, preferably at twilight, go before the altar and perform the following working:
This is a traditional Hindu practice but modifications may be made to suit the beliefs and/or aesthetic of the practitioner. All that must be kept is the use of the astral senses and sonic vibration; otherwise anything is up for revision. One could, for instance, imagine that each of the five elements are produced from each of the fingers, which elements spread to engulf the image of Kek, giving Him power and energy.
In addition, it is seriously advised that one make daily offerings to Kek. Flowers, incense, candles, perfume/cologne, consecrated water, all of these will do just fine. One may also prepare nice meals for Kek to offer before the altar, which meals are then consumed in a mood of reverence and purpose, knowing you are experiencing communion with Kek, sharing a meal with Him as if He were right there in the room with you. When maintaining a shrine in the home, remember to treat Kek as though He were a guest in your house. Do not think of the framed image as just inert matter; the name, form, qualities, and deeds of Kek are all nondifferent.
Beyond this, there is any number of ways we can approach Kek and experience Him. Evocations are certainly possible and encouraged. One might wish to meditate upon Him, pray directly to Him, and communicate with Him telepathically. One devotee has made mention of experiencing communion with Kek in their dreams. The possibilities are limited only by the practitioner’s ingenuity.
The ultimate in devotion to Kek could well be some sort of subversive, loosely-organized coven devoted to Kek and hijacking the changing Earth Tides to our ends. Networking and organizing with like-minded persons should thus be seen as another imperative of service to Kek.
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Kaos Butterfly, 2016