HERMIONE GRANGER GOETIA GIRL VOLAC
The feminine name of Hermione is derived from the Arkadian shamanic deity called Hermês, who is known in Roman mythology as Mercury.
Both of these deities are one and the same deity, whose speciality is communication as well as education.
Mercury is the 8th (dimensional) planetary sphere of the Hebrew Cabbala from where the , 62nd spirit of the Goetia is said to emanate who is called Volac or Valu, Ualac.
These names of the 62nd Goetia spirit could be misspellings of another name for this entity, being, Valak. The name Valak in Sanskrit means, Crane. (Note: 62 in numerology reduces to 8)
The Crane just so happens is sacred to Hermês. Wherefore Valak specifically refers to Hermês. This is more so the case due to the classical Goetia description of Valak, who is depicted as a boy-child riding a two headed dragon.
The two headed dragon refers to the Caduceus of Hermês, which features two intertwined serpents. Hence Valak is described in the Goetia as being associated with serpents.
There is another Hindu meaning for Valak, which is that of a, finger ring. The symbol of a ring features in the ancient Norse myths concerning the shamanic deity of Odin, who gifts his followers a ring called Draupnir looking like an Ouroboros. The Saxon’s called Odin by the name of Woden, whose name lean’t its self to (Woden’s-day) Wednesday.
The French otherwise call Wednesday by the name Mercury-day, since Odin/Woden was considered to have the same qualities as Mercury/Hermês by the Gauls whom knew Odin/Woden as Mercurius, the Welsh called Myrrdinn.
Hermês is also a deity of travel, trade, commerce, ingenuity, manual skill, athletics, eloquence and oratory, of the wind and of speed; the patron of shepherds, herdsmen, athletes, orators, writers, thieves, merchants, travellers, prophets, soothsayers and magicians. Whereby Valak has the same functions.
Hermês also corresponds to the Egyptian deity Thoth or Tahuti, who is considered to be the inventor of writing of similarity to Odin/Woden, who discovered the Runes.
You also have Hermês Psychopompos, who corresponds to the Egyptian deity Anubis, the shamanic guide of souls through the underworld, which also involves, trance induction, lucid dreaming, shamanic-harrowing, soul-retrieval and seeking out power animals etc.
Should you rebelliously reverse the symbolism of Valak, of symbolic alchemy, to otherwise transform into a Succubus, you could thereby equate her with the modern character of Hermione Granger. Valak as a Succubus could be thereby imaginatively seen to frequent an infernal Hogwarts fused with St Trinian’s, whose qualities is akin to Hermês.
Her mercurial planetary sphere being associated with education can be taken further when her character is fused with the Tibetan Dakini called Kurukulla, who is often called upon by students to help with their studies. Kurukulla is also associated with snakes.
In regards to shamanic-harrowing, which involves the overcoming of negative subconscious influences in order to transmute, you also have the Hack/Slash comic strip character of a schoolgirl called Cassie Hack who fights against malign influences. You could fuse Cassie’s character with the above traits to thereby forge a potent character for Valak.
The name of Cassie is derived from the name of Cassandra, who was a prophetess in ancient Greek myth. In one of the Greek myths about Cassandra, she attained her shamanic abilities when falling asleep within a temple full of snakes.