The first of the dolls that I made was the blue magic doll. I named her Kazeebo. I named some of the other dolls, but only this name stuck. I’m not sure the other dolls liked their names. I may have to rename them at some point. Her ritual is published in Kaos Hieroglyphica in the ‘blue magic’ section. It involves playing with toys and singing her rhyme:
‘Sing a song of pleasure,
A blue doll full o’ treasure,
We all have fun!’
The first time I performed her ritual in a large group, at an IOT national meeting, during the part of the ritual where we were all playing with toys, some of the magicians involved began dressing up Kazeebo and pierced her with play earings and and a belly button peircing. Somehow I got so possessed by the spirit of a child that I became incredibly possessive and angry about this, and before I realised the absurdity of this I had torn some of them out! As what I was doing dawned on me I burst out laughing at recognition of my folly, but also slightly marvelling at the depth of my childhood possession, that it could override my normal adult behaviours and thinking to such an extent. In the IOT laughing is banishing, and this served to set everyone off laughing. Luckily it was actually the end of the rite.