The ravens of antimony took a month to create. I spent a long time planning out exactly how I was going to go through the process of creating an alphabet of desire, and how I was going to craft the sigils to be something unique, and special to me, and my practice. I spent days crafting the physical representation using various different forms of sigil creation in order to connect their forms to the concepts I wanted them to purvey. Because of how many methods were used, and because I did not take any records, I’m not entirely sure how the forms of the ravens of antimony exactly came to be that way. All I know is I wanted their forms to reflect the concepts in certain subtle ways. I eventually ended up with 36 different sigils in which I wanted to use as the physical housing of 36 different servitors. I decided to make these servitor ravens, due to the fact that two of my other servitors beforehand were also in the shape of ravens, and I always liked the symbolism of the raven, and the wolf.
Once the physical representations were created a ritual on the full moon was used to charge the sigils, and to bring their servitor forms into existence. First I took the time to draw all over their sigils upon a piece of wood in which I refer to as their main housing.
This ritual lasted for a very long period of time where I slowly, and meticulously crafted each energetic form of the servitors, and gave them their name, purpose, and understanding, while connecting them to their aspect they were supposed to represent. I also added their personal sigils to their spiritual representation, so that I would be able to tell them all apart, and I also added the antimony symbol to the back of their spiritual representation in order to tell that they were mine.
After their physical, and spiritual forms were connected I gave them more energy through various charging methods, including charging them with my own blood. Once all charged up with energy I put their main housing into a box with selenite crystals, so that they would be able to build up more energy over time even before their first use.
During that month I also spent a lot of time meditating with them, so that I would be sure that they were living up to my expectations, and desires for what I wanted them to become. I also asked my other servitor Carita to watch over them in their developmental process in order to make sure none of them went rogue, or anything else.
Eventually I began to use the Ravens of antimony in my practice to create my sigils, to help me with my magick. I also eventually started putting them around my sigils in a circle known as the raven’s Nest.