The KeepersOct. 24th 2014, 1:05 p.m.
5 years, 7 months ago.
By: JoonJoined: Aug. 21st 2014
Asmodeus: Aesma + Deus. Meaning wrath of god. Persian. Of Zoroastrian Legend. The Dark AngraMainyu that opposed the Light SpentaMainyu. Ahriman. Iblis. Satan.
Archetype of a Demon King.
Kali: Meaning Black/Dark. Mistress of Time and Space. Transcendence of fear itself and of death. Higher Consciousness. Anat (Babylonian). Athena (Olympian).
Archetype of Wise War Goddess.
Baal (Zebul): Meaning Lord (Most High). Storm god in its sleep. Fertility god in its wake. Force of self defeat and renewal. A symbol of ultimate healing and freedom from suffering. Tammuz. Pan. Both Set and Osiris. Saturnalia.
Archetype of Revivival in Abyss.
Lilith: Serpent. The force that introduced good and evil. Karmic retribution. Both temptation and resistance. Fertility and abstinance. Balance within chaos. Seduction, turndown, and tranquility. Nephthys. Ishtar in Ereshkigal.
Archetype of Judge of the Underworld.
Dagon: Father of grains and plantation. The introducer of true prosperity and wealth. The turn away from the samsara of scavenging into the moksha of farming. The warm use of science. Prometheus. Pandora.
Archetype of the Hermit Alchemist.
Lucifer: The rebel. Incorrectly known as Helel, the morning star. The magickal descent and journey into the material. The joy of desire, pain, and suffering in the full awareness of the Soul. A force of love for all aspects of life. Loki. Tezcatlipoca. Trickster.
Archetype of the Fallen Angel.
Hekate: Mistress of magic. The governess of the phases of moon and sun. Gateway between the realm of spirit and man. The torch of guidance in life and death. Cyclic and universal action. Ceremonial force that exalts all material creations.
Archetype of the Queen of Witchcraft.