The Eighteenth Succubus is Bathin. She is a Mighty and Strong Duchess of the seventh planetary dimensional sphere, and appears like a most beautiful woman wearing a snake skin corset, whose belt trails like a tail of a Serpent, or to otherwise manifest looking like Bat-girl out of the DC comics.
She knows the virtues of hallucinogenic herbs and what precious stones to use for scrying. She can also transport the ‘Ba’ of her master suddenly from one place to another of ‘pure thrust’ throughout space and time, whom will be enabled to enter any place; for his ‘Ba’ be ‘Thin’ of an ethereal substance.
She will be seen of vision as a Valkyrie biker sitting upon a pale-coloured Iron-Horse, or that of being part woman, part Bat bike, or shapeshifting into a motorcycle for her master to dream ride. She rules over 30 Legions of Bat-girl Succubae, whose…
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Asteroid Astrology-Where is Enya in your chart? Go to astro.com-extended chart selection. (Asteroid #6433)
I have her in 7th House Sagittarius trine Chiron – good for healing. Semisextile Venus. I like the word ‘sextile.’
“In County Donegal – She still sings in her mother’s choir every Christmas at midnight Mass, at St. Mary’s Church.” I’d like to hear that in person.
- http://enyaone.com/enya-biography.html#Personal_life – The asteroid 6433 Enya, discovered on 18 November 1978 by Antonín Mrkos at Kleť Observatory, is named after her.(from Wikipedia) http://enyaone.com/enya-biography.html#Personal_life
We have forgotten who we are and what we can do. It is said that the Atlantean civilization had harnessed the great power of the third eye or indigo (Ajna) chakra, but had begun to use it for negative purposes before the continent was destroyed.
In our materialistic, profit driven and controlled society, we’re never encouraged to open our third eye, for if we do, society would change unrecognisably for ever.
The third eye, indigo or Ajna chakra, pineal gland, ‘all seeing eye’ or whatever you wish to call it, is our link between our physical earthly illusion and universal intelligent infinity (and the spirit world).
It is the gateway to alternate dimensions, higher densities of existence and the ‘afterlife’ where thoughts become reality and time has no bearing on anything. It is pictured as an eye in the center of the forehead on most illustrations and representations, however it…
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William Blake was born on this day in 1757. To mark the occasion, we’ve put together five of his greatest paintings related to books – whether because they accompanied Blake’s prophetic books or other literary work (such as his poems) or because they actually feature books in a more literal sense.
1. Urizen with his book. In Blake’s own mythology, Urizen (the name is possibly derived from ‘your reason’) was the Old Testament God figure, a variant of Yahweh, who stands for logic, reason, and law. Blake’s The Book of Urizen (1794) outlines Urizen’s role: his relentless reason has oppressed humanity through religious dogma. Blake’s view of the Old Testament God as an oppressive figure was coloured by his revolutionary sympathies and undoubtedly fed into his famous pronouncement on Paradise Lost (1667): he described Milton as being ‘of the Devil’s party without knowing it’. Satan in Paradise Lost stands for rebellion against…
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