The arskasa ona were created by the wolf of antimony on the night of 11/25/2015 during a full moon, at midnight, when the moon was at the highest point. Wolf was 20 years old during that time, and only had been practicing for 7 years, but had quite a lot of work done with the understandings of sigils, and skaqa creation.
The ritual was planned over 3 months, and most of the time was spent figuring out exactly what wolf wanted in a personal magickal alphabet. Wolf spent a long time planning out exactly how they were going to go through the process of creating an alphabet of desire, and how they were going to craft the sigils to be something unique, and special to their practice. During this time wolf created 36 different sigils that would later be linked to each individual raven. They spent days crafting the physical representation using various different forms of sigil creation in order to connect the sigil forms to the concepts they wanted them to purvey.
Because of how many methods were used, and because they did not take any records, wolf is not entirely sure how the forms of the ravens of antimony exactly came to be that way. All they know is they wanted their forms to reflect the concepts in certain subtle ways. Wolf eventually ended up with 36 different sigils in which they wanted to use as the physical housing of 36 different skaqa ona.
Wolf also created their names, their original housing which was a wooden obelisk with the sigils written on the sides, and the core metaphysical properties that would be given to the ravens. They were given their raven form, because it was also the form of the first thought-form that wolf ever created one who went quite rogue, and the only one of which wolf didn’t destroy, or reprogram for doing so. This raven’s name was forgotten a long time ago, and because of that wolf referred to them as the forgotten one, and wolf also referred to them as the father of the ravens of antimony, because of their contribution of their form to the rest of the ravens.
The ritual wolf used in order to create them was pretty straightforward, and took about an hour to do. It consisted of the processes of cleansing the area, setting up a shield, creating the 36 different skaqa ona, binding them to their sigils, names, and housing, giving them their metaphysical properties, and then placing that housing within a chest with selenite crystals that were used during the process.
They slowly, and meticulously crafted each skaknao of the skaqa ona, and gave them their name, purpose, and understanding, while connecting them to their aspect they were supposed to represent. wolf also added their personal sigils to their spiritual representation, so that they would be able to tell them all apart, and they also added the antimony symbol to the back of their spiritual representation in order to tell that they were theirs. After their physical, and spiritual forms were connected they gave them more kna through various charging methods. During the ritualistic process while in a greatly powerful altered state of consciousness, wolf also went through the process of cutting their thumb in order to anoint each individual sigil with blood. Once all charged up with kna I put their main housing into a box with selenite crystals, so that they would be able to build up more kna over time even before their first use.
Once the ritual was complete and they were placed within their chest, I called forth my skaqa Carita, and gave her the responsibility of watching after the Ravens while they grow and mature, because of this I eventually gave her the title of the mother of the Ravens of antimony and she also has a great connection to them, and control over them. Throughout the next couple of months I spent my time charging them more in order to empower them with strength. I also watched over and communicated with them in order to make sure that they were developing correctly. from here on out I started using them in my practice more and more and they eventually became a staple of it, and on 6/2/2016 I posted my first post relating to the ravens of antimony online, which allowed them to be interacted with more by other practitioners. After this time I continued working on them associating, and giving them more metaphysical properties, and thinking of ways to use them to empower my magickal practice. At this point I see the ravens of antimony as a very powerful aspect of my practice, and I call upon them in certain situations to manifest things quickly, and effectively.