“For The Invocation Of Pan, God Of The Summer Wind” by Claude Debussy, performed by Olga Ivusheikova and Jakob Kaznelson in 2008. This is one of Les Chansons de Bilitis composed by Claude Debussy, who was a close friend of Pierre Louÿs. Pierre Louÿs wrote Les Chansons de Bilitis, a collection of erotic poetry which was published in 1894. [see]
“A girl played the violin during the rites. She was a good violinist, but under the influence of the ceremonies, she was more; she played sublimely, like a supreme virtuoso, in the magical invocations directed upon her.” [via, also], [see], [see]
Whisperers in Darkness ritual performed for Strange Attractor in a Horse Hospital in London.
“A paralyzing, suffocating blanket of Fear descended on their temple as they made an invocation. Later, after ending the operation, they each experienced dreams in which they were being attacked by astral “thugs” who did things to their bodies while they had to lie there paralyzed, totally unable to defend themselves. For several days afterwards, some of the magicians involved felt like they were being followed and watched.” — Josh Norton (Benjamin Rowe), The Men in Black and the Dweller on the Threshold