The stories concerning Dr Faustus conjuring up the Devil, Mephistopheles, are primarily derived from Germanic folklore; wherefore, when to otherwise have a Succubus to verily name Mephistophina being conjured up by Faustus Crow, it is somewhat apt of symbolic alchemy to utilise the ancient Germanic Runes in order to do so.
The name of Mephistophina in Runic numerology adds up to thirteen, which is then reduced down to the single digit of four. Her name is also made up of thirteen letters, which of a bind-rune formula points at the thirteenth Rune of Eiwaz. The Rune of Eiwaz is associated with the world tree of Yggdrassil, whose thirteenth number is often associated with the feminine principle.
In Norse and Germanic mythology, Yggdrassil; from Old Norse Yggdrasill, pronounced, ˈYɡːˌDrasil, is an immense tree encapsulating all of existence. The motif of the world tree is central in North Central Asian shamanic…
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