A Real-Life "Shadow"
When I was a boy, before we had television, one of my favorite radio shows was "The Shadow." It was about a character
who had the ability to "cloud men's minds" so that he was invisible to everyone around him. Naturally the Shadow was on the
side of good and justice.
In his research, contemporary magickian and remote viewer Aaron C. Donahue has discovered that one of the Goetia
Spirits seems to have the ability to do exactly what the fictitious Shadow did. Shax can make people appear invisible.
Like some of the other spirits, Shax chose not to have his portrait shown. Instead, Donahue's remote viewed drawing
shows the ship. Because it was unusually colorful, Donahue shows the vessel as he saw it. You can see his work at: http://ummo.cc/webpage140.html
That Shax is around and about is becoming somewhat evident. I have actually spoken to people who have been astounded
by the sight of a passing car with nobody visible at the wheel. Or things being moved mysteriously across a room. We are starting
to hear reports about people becoming invisible to others for periods of time, without any explanation for it. They do not
know they are invisible until something happens. Like someone else bumping into them and acting surprised.
The vessel Shax travels in is someone familiar as well. At least to me. It is a very large oval shaped and bright
orange object with a dark center. It looks a little like a fried egg in space, with a very dark yoke. I once had dreams about
an object like that rising up from behind the roof of my father's barn when I was younger. My wife and daughter observed this
same ship in the sky in about 1998 when we lived in Arizona.
Donahue writes on his web page that: "The entity associated with this object possesses the technology to alter
the sight, thought, and hearing of any human so that the exorcist might become 'invisible'."
Goatia expert S. L. MacGregor Mathers believes Slax has a few other talents. He wrote: "He appears as stock-dove
with a hoarse voice. He can cause blindness, deafness, or lack of understanding upon command."
Collin de Plancy added that Slax "appears as a stork with a raucous voice, and is known to be deceitful. He steals
horses, and takes the silver in the houses he possesses."
This demon, depicted by the old magickians as a stork, seems to have a reputation as a thief wherever it appears.