Lucifer The red King
Three Kings Lucifer, Beelzebuth and Astaroth from Grimorium Verum I dedicate this to You
The Evocation Of Lucifer With the Trident of Power With Heaven And Hell Conjoined Through The Gate Of Death; With the Power Of Hecate, First Witch Queen Of Magical Fire; Through The Gates Of The Kingdoms Of The Sun And Moon Conjoined; I Call Lucifer, First Watcher, Son Of Hecate; He Whose Blood Is The Blood Of The Souls Of Man; Lucifer From Whose Flesh All Other Gods Were Made; I Call You Forth To This Temple Of Night; To Manifest, Father, In The Realm Of Man; This is The Call Of The Trident Of Power; In The Names Of Belial, Lucifer, And Hecate; I Call You Horned God Of The Ancient Witchcraft; Lord Of Ascending Flames; Through The Pathways Of Power Hidden From Mortal Man; I Call You Forth Lucifer, To This Circle Of Arte; Rise To The Flesh Of This Kin Who Whispers Your Name; Ensorcelled Within The Current Of Hecate; Lucifer, By The Power Of Hecate, Rise Through All Realms; Through The Eastern Gateway Come Forth Lucifer; Come Forth And Empower This Rite; Conjoin With Me Now In Flesh And Spirit Manifest Great God Of The Demon Princes;
He Who Is The True Father Of Man
RENICH TASA UBERACA BIASA ICAR LUCIFER
lord of flies
Most people who have studied the occult know Beelzebub is very close to Satan and they both go back to the “beginning of time” here on earth; Enlil and Enki. He is second in command to Satan since he is Father Satan’s half-brother. Along with his brother Ea and Astaroth, he wound up in the grimoires as one of the Crowned princes of Hell and was labeled as “evil,” as were all the other Pagan Gods. Three Kings
“Baal Zebub, the Healing God of Ekron, later became one word — Beelzebub — which came to represent evil and idolatry in the New Testament of the Bible.” [Excerpt taken from: “Syria” by Coleman South, 1995.]
Beelzebub is best known as the God of the Philistines ruling over the city of Ekron. The Ancient Philistines worshiped Him under the name “Baalzebub.” Beelzebub is “Lord over all that Flies”. Wherever he was worshipped, he was known as God of the weather and meteorology. He also controlled the airways when the Nephilim came to Earth.
The Egyptian hieroglyph for “air” and “wind” is very similar to one of Beelzebubs Sigils. The evolution here is obvious. Accordingly the point is: Beelzebub is “Prince of the Air.”
Beelzebub/Enlil is the God of storms, atmospheric conditions, the wind, the rain and the element of air. He is also the God of Entomancy. Entomancy is a method of divination by interpreting the behavior of insects. Beelzebub is also a Master of Astrology and the Zodiac. His number is 50.
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treasurer of hell
Astaroth is a very ancient Goddess. She has been with humanity, as have Satan and Beelzebub, since the beginning. Astaroth is Beelzebub’s granddaughter. Her parents are Ningal and Nanna. She has always been very popular, much loved and revered in locales where she was worshipped. Because she has been with us since the beginning, she has been known by several different names, as she has been the Chief Goddess in many different areas and cultures. She has been known as a Goddess of fertility, love, and war.
“Astaroth appears with a very immense aura. It has a very soft blue color, not soft in terms of strength, but soft in a sense of beauty. Astaroths energy is invigorating and comforting; it is truly beautiful in every way. She has long Golden Hair; she is quite tall and is surrounded by a vibrant white-gold. I feel her most when I make the connection during the Invocation of the Four Ruling God Powers of Duat. She is always there to guide me when I feel lost or I am struggling. Her voice is very powerful, Astaroth is very caring, but she is very clear and concise when she is directing me. She helps me so much and I am so thankful to Her for everything.
The clusters of three dots at the points of the star of her sigil are extremely ancient and denote her high spiritual rank. Her sigil also depicts important points of the human soul, as can be seen from the Venus glyph with the inverted cross symbolizing the all-important solar chakra and the pillars of the soul on each side. Three Kings
Astaroth was also the Babylonian Goddess, Ishtar. Babylonian scriptures called her the “Light of the World,” “Goddess of Goddesses,” and “Bestower of Strength.” Three Kings
Tasa Alora Foren Astaroth