Making a pact with the Devil brings wealth and power. But today Satan sees few souls worth bargaining for. So how do you convince him your soul has value?
The first question to ask is why is it that the Devil places so little value on the current crop of human souls? It’s because humans have become weak and insipid, mostly due to political correctness and being endlessly “triggered”.
Not so long ago, people were generally a good deal more self-determined and self-reliant. Thus the Devil had the pick of the crop. He could spot a worthy soul a mile off. And he wouldn’t hesitate making himself known to that person. He’d jump up quick-time and offer a deal – a Devil’s bargain for that human’s soul in return for a life of wealth and power.
Sometimes that bargain was time-limited. It might have entailed seven years of riding high before you had to cash in your soul. Or it might have been twice that length of time, or longer. It all depended on the details or small print of the bargain you struck with the Devil.
Today, the Devil has all but given up on humans. He considers their souls to be of very low quality – no more than bargain basement souls. Thus they are hardly worth a bean to him.
The Devil won’t take any old soul. Only the cream of the crop will do.
So what can you do if your soul is of the bargain basement variety?
Not much, to be honest. The Devil certainly won’t make his presence known to you. Therefore, the key is to gain the Devil’s attention – flag up that you are willing to trade your immortal soul.
It will either work, or it won’t. But it’s worth a punt if you are set on selling your soul to the Devil.
How do you flag up the Devil’s attention?
You have to make yourself stand out in some way. You have to break the chains that society and the plethora of the weak have imposed on you.
You need to change. Whether you are male or female, you need to “man up.” You need to prove yourself to the Devil.
What does this entail?
It involves adopting attractive qualities in your life that will command respect. Things like ingenuity, focus and dedication, courage, honour, discipline, self-reliance, truthfulness, and perseverance.
In short, you take on the strong, driven and purposeful traits that people tended to have in the past. But few have today. You become a unique individual, unafraid of what others think of you.
There are still some human souls that might be considered “A-listers”…
If you are one of the lucky ones with a premium value soul, then the Devil will rouse himself from his ennui and make his presence known. Very much as he did with Jesus on the Mount. But sadly, the Son of God didn’t see a good deal when it was staring him in the face, and turned Old Nick down. Silly man.
If you’re an A-List soul, it’s only a matter of time before the Devil notices you. And he’ll appear right in front of your nose at some point.
But do be aware that he probably won’t have horns and look like a demonic goat. No. You need to be on the lookout. He might appear as a business magnate offering you a deal out of the blue. Or he might appear as a tramp or homeless person. Don’t take anything or anyone on face value.
Who knows what will happen when the Devil appears to you. But the likelihood is it will result in a good deal, beneficial to both parties.
The bottom line is the Devil is a business man. When you attempt to make a Faustian Pact or deal with him you should take the following into account.
- NEVER try to sell your soul with a “last resort” attitude. It doesn’t do to think, “all else has failed in my life so I’ll sell my soul to the Devil.” This will put the Devil in a fury. He sees the presumption that your soul is actually worth something as the ultimate in hubris. Especially when your soul might only be of the bargain basement variety.
- DON’T try to control the Devil. For example, most of the medieval grimoires (magick books) like the Geotia instruct the magician to control the Devil by imprisoning him in a magic circle. And that’s not to mention the big no, nos of declaring your faith in God and Christ and imploring them to protect you. This is a sheer anathema to the Devil and will only enrage him. Therefore you would be wise to avoid doing this.
- RECOGNISE that the Devil is a business man and must be dealt with on a level playing field. When you do business with the Devil it should be between equals. Approach him face to face. As I say, no magick circles or attempts to control him.
- UNDERSTAND it has to be a deal between equals. The Devil rules in hell. But here on earth (the upside) it’s a different ball game. There’s more of an even balance. You can strike a deal on a level playing field, so long as you can hold your nerve. You need to understand this balance and tilt it in your favour.
Can you get out of a deal with the Devil?
Why would you want to? If you get it right in the first place, you don’t need to worry about reneging on your bargain. As I’ve already stated, if your soul if valuable to the Devil, he’ll pop up to you of his own accord and offer you terms, allowing you to negotiate a mutually suitable deal.
The problem is most people go about making a deal the wrong way, which can lead to issues during your final years of life – or even on your deathbed. But by then it’s too late. The Devil isn’t going to show you any mercy.
But isn’t all this just scary?
Yes. But that’s the whole point of it – fear will shake you out of your inertia and humdrum life. Trudging along and toeing the line is what the majority of people do. And look where it gets them – nowhere. They grow up, get married, have kids, accumulate big debts, and buckle down to pay them off.
Next thing they die.
What was it all worth?
Did they feel any spark in life? They probably did during their childhood when everything was fresh and a big adventure. But once adulthood set in, they became thralls, and kept their heads down.
I’m sure you don’t want that. And the fact is, it doesn’t have to be that way. But to break the bonds that restrain you demands courage and the banishing of fear. Once you break free, you’ll experience the vibrant feeling of liberty – and most likely won’t want to give that up for anything.
I would suggest you find your mettle and snap the shackles that hold you back. Embark on the grand adventure of being all that you can be.