WEDNESDAY ADDAMS GOETIA GIRL FURCAS
Furcasa/ Forrasa/ Forcasa is the fiftieth Succubus of the Goetia. She is a Knight and high President controlling 20 legions of most salacious Succubae like herself.
She appears as an Emo, “child of woe; she is wan and delicate…sensitive and on the quiet side, she loves the picnics and outings to the underground caverns…a solemn child, prim in dress and, on the whole, pretty lost…secretive and imaginative, poetic, seems underprivileged and given to occasional tantrums…has six toes on one foot…” as described by Charles Addams who evoked Furcasa amidst his Triangle Of Art Imagination as his inspiring Art Muse, to otherwise name her as Wednesday Friday Addams.
She is sometimes seen to be riding a rocking horse as well as carrying a sharp knife. She teaches the virtues of herbs and precious stones, logic, aesthetics, chiromancy, pyromancy, and rhetoric. She can make her master invisible, ingenious, and articulate. She can also find lost things and discover treasures. Beware, she has a wicked sense of Discordian humour.
Wednesday is derived from the German Wodensdaeg, which means Woden’s day. Woden is the Germanic name of a Shaman God of death and magic, who is otherwise known as Odin by the ancient Norse. Woden is of similarity to the ancient Greek God called Hermes, the Roman’s called Mercury. In Spain, Wednesday Addams is called Merlina, being the feminine name of the (Shaman) Magician Merlin.
Woden’s feminine counterpart was called Frigg or Freyja, from whose name Friday is derived. Freyja in particular is the Goddess of ‘sexual love’ and ‘Witchcraft,’ who is of similarity to the ancient Greek Aphrodite, the Roman’s called Venus. As for the name Frigg, it gave rise to the slang term for female masturbation.
In other words, the name of Wednesday Friday Addams refers to Death (Saturn), Magic/Witchcraft and Sexual Love. Charles Addams, was a well read fellow, as well as being an astute symbolist, and of course a surrealist. He was no doubt aware of the symbolism he utilised; whereas most others did not, since they never looked any deeper into the matter.
Wherefore, you can deduce that Addams had a dark sense of humour, which is somewhat obvious. Basically Addams was making a social comment throughout his work, at a time when World War 2 raged, in which he served, followed by the Korean conflict and the Vietnam war of most bloody slaughter. It was during the Vietnam war, that the Addams Family was televised; while Hippies chanted, ‘make love, not war.’ Hence, you have Addams relating that Wednesday Addams number is ‘Six,’ which is associated with Sex and the Six-pointed star of the Sexagram.