Ok.. let me just try to comprehend this..
This chant can be used however you see fit, but it is bound by the rules from which your magic is bound. If you are like me, that has no rules, this chant is ripe with abuse.
Magick doesn't have rules, so nobody's magick is 'bound by rules.' Unless you are referring to moral beliefs, such as the Wiccan Rede, which aren't really rules, just suggestions.
Chant "Be Ke Kopot"
Where'd you come up with this random string of words?
Pronunciation is most important
The words hold little to no meaning. It's the intent and action that truly matters.
because this is a title given to a particular race of demons. Now that you know how to say the name of the race of demonic beings to be called upon. Now for how to use them in a chant.
This.. this is just ridiculous.
"Die, die, die (name the offending enemy) I hope a demon rips you to pieces."
Wow, creative. You do have to be realistic in what you're asking for.
Repeat the active part of the chant until you are exhausted.
This would not be a good idea.. because if you get exhausted during a working you severally decrease the chances of it's success.
This chant is tested and usually results in a heart-attack and in rare cases a dismemberment of the victim identified as animal mauling in the death report.
I won't say this can't happen, however it is extraordinarily unlikely and you should not get your hopes up.
I have used this chant to the point I became reckless with it. This chant is rather messy.
If this is happening, then you should probably refer back to the basics as you are not ready for spell work.
The name translates from an extraterrestrial language as "In The Names".
Where exactly are you pulling this information from?
Victims, when they do survive have claw marks or bruising around the neck area, maybe both. Nightmares of being eaten alive by small creatures, rats, large insects and infants is another symptom of a failed attack. They mass as swarms of flesh eating animals in nightmares, often before a real attack.
You are making it out to seem like the demon or creature is physically harming them, which would not happen. Magick can influence coincidence and probability, but will not conjure up physical beings to do your bidding.
This chant seems to hold power over Christians of any domination. The chant was designed specifically to deal with churches and others that would otherwise wish to oppress us.
Um.. what's wrong with Christians? (Well besides the stereotypical shit they pull)