Source of Unicorn Myth
The source of the old fable about unicorns, or one-horned horses, may have been discovered in the
evocation of the Goetia Spirit Amdusias.
When drawn in a remote viewing session by contemporary magickian Aaron C. Donahue, this spirit appeared
as a holographic projection of a horned horse. Not only this, but he arrived amidst horns and bright colored lights flashing around him.
Donahue writes about the arrival of Amdusias:
Three bright orange lights appear above projecting an image of what seems to be a mythical creature
known as a "unicorn." The tone is received in the form of what sounds like music or an organized pattern of musical notes.
Blue and red grids of light appear above and below the image of Amdusias."
Goetia historian Collin de Plancy said: "His true form is as a unicorn, but appears as human form
when summoned. He will give concerts if commanded, and is accompanied by the sound of trumpets and other musical instruments."
Trees also bend to his command.