The Summonning of the demon scribe Gittûlengmon by deputy demon Baradecon / Fetal Position Entertainment / digital render / 2023 / Talisman Builder
According to the Talisman Builder wiki:
Executive Vizier Gittûlengmon is the head scribe among astral demons. She continuously registers micro status transactions and converts them into karmic currency. Any resulting debts are collected in the form of nearly instant violent punishment.
Emimosean Chalice of Exuberation / collection of the Institute for the Supernatural and Uncanny Sciences / digital render / circa 1728 / Talisman Builder
From the Institute’s catalog:
This Exuberation Chalice of type II (following the Zürich classification table published in 1942 AD) is a traditional utensil for advanced demon summoning and portal opening. It works according to the principle of liquid sigil casting. Handling methods have always been passed on in absolute secrecy among initiates. Essential components depicted in this rare still life have been identified by the mad monk Agostino of Siena, one day before getting devoured by wolves.
Funnel of Algol
And common attributes associated with liquid sigil casting:
*Of both plugs sealing off the Permadew ducts only this one is labeled. The other one is a common plug, probably the reason why the monk didn’t feel the necessity to specify. Common plugs are readily available in any hardware store with an alchemical or occult department.
The Summonning of the demon scribe Gittûlengmon by deputy demon Baradecon / private collection / undated manuscript / Talisman Builder
From the footnotes of an unpublished paper by Dr. J. Pleasance:
The oldest known depiction of Baradecon summonning Gittûlengmon. Notably the chalice is of a more generic design, lacking some components deemed essential for reliable liquid sigil casting, such as the Permadew ducts and Haniniuusian valve. Some historians argue the scene takes place in an era where Baradecon used even more dangerous and primitive methods to summon his master. However the general consensus is that the artist had simply never seen an actual Exuberation Chalice and based their work on oral description only.