GOETIA GIRL HAAGENTI OF SEXUAL LUCID DREAM ALCHEMY
The Forty-eighth Succubus is Haagenti. She is a President, appearing in the Form of a Mighty Buffalo with Gryphon’s Wings. This is at first, but after, at the Command of her master she putteth on Human Shape as a most beautiful woman wearing horns atop of her head of a crown. Her Office is to make her master wise, and to instruct him in divers things; also to Transmute all Metals into Gold; and to change Wine into Water, and Water into Wine. She governeth over 33 Legions of Succubae, and her Seal is to be meditated upon.
Haagenti is a composite name, which comprises of Haag and Enti. The word Haag in Dutch means den, which can also refer to a cave. However, you also have Hag, which refers to a Witch and hypnagogic trance, where an individual experiences sleep paralysis prior to being visited by a female entity; while Enti in Finnish means fly, which is a reference to an out of body experience. In ancient times, flies were seen to be the spirits of the departed. You might consider this symbol crunching to be pushing the envelope of believability. But, there are other symbolic formulae of a Haagenti code, which fits together of a jigsaw puzzle.
It is commonly believed that Haagenti manifests as a Bull with the wings of a Gryphon by patriarchal occultists due to their sustained religious indoctrination. However, the symbolism of Haagenti very likely refers to a Lamassu. The Lamassu is a Sumerian protective deity, which was later heavily adopted by the Assyrian’s.
The Lamassu is often represented having a Bull or Lion’s body, having Eagle’s wings, with a human head. The Lamassu is portrayed as a female deity; whereas a less frequently used name is Shedu, which refers to the male counterpart of the female Lamassu. You could even theorise that Aleister Crowley’s LAM entity is derived from the LAM-assu.
In order to understand what the Lamassu and in turn Haagenti represents you will have to go much further back into time to another locale, where you will find a cave painting in the Lascaux caves, which are located in France, near the village of Montignac in the Vezere Valley. They became famous when numerous Palaeolithic cave paintings were discovered adorning their walls. These works of art, portray realistic portrayals of a variety of large animals, which are estimated to be as much as 20,000 years old if not far older.
One of the cave paintings depicts a pregnant female Bison next to which is a bird headed shaman who appears to be falling backwards with his arms spreading out.
The shaman has an erection, which is indicative of erotic trance. Next to the bird headed shaman is a staff topped by a bird head, whose symbolism refers to an out of body experience.
The symbolism of the female Bison is an ancient link to the Lamassu and Haagenti, whose Eagle/Gryphon wings refers to the ecstatic out of body flight of a bird headed shamans (Enti) spirit.
You could conjecture that the bird headed shaman of the Lascaux (Haag) cave is being visited by a (Hag) Succubus whom is the spirit of the female Bison, which is manifesting in human, form within the trance vision of the shaman.
The Hag visitation of the Succubus is initiating the shamans ecstatic (Enti) flight out of his body through her (Vesica Pisces) vaginal stargate. (This will not sound too odd when to look into the shamanic experiences of Dr John C. Lilly, who spoke of accessing inner (vaginal portals) doorways, which allowed him to attain ingress into alternate realities.)
The shaman in question is probably intending to attain the virility, strength and power of a male (Shedu) Bison via his (microcosmic) trance union with the (Lamassu/Haagenti) Bison mother, whom he has made pregnant, whereby facilitating a (macrocosmic) successful hunt, whose hunters were highly versed in observing ensuing (associative) synchronicities, they probably experienced as signs, portents and omens.
Should you consider the above conjecture to be rather strange, all you have to do is to is to remember, White Buffalo Calf Woman (Lakota: Pte Ska Win/Pteskawin/Ptesanwi) who is a sacred woman of supernatural origin. She is central to the Lakota religion as the primary cultural prophet. Oral traditions relate that she brought the ‘Seven Sacred Rituals’ to the Teton Sioux.
The erotic trance erection of the bird headed shaman was later symbolised in Alchemical terminology in regards to changing water into wine. The symbolic usage of wine is a coded reference to emotional ecstasy, which has been transmuted from a base emotional state, associated with water. This is further emphasised in regards to transmuting lead of a base emotion into gold of an ecstatic emotional state, which is attained via shamanic trance ingress into the dream. The realm of the electron dream is symbolised in Alchemy as the Anima Mundi, whose bio-photon fluctuations manifest as Succubae. The shamans ingress into the feminine domain of the dream is termed in Alchemy as the ‘sacred wedding.’
The motif of the ‘sacred wedding’ is referred to in highly coded form in the Gospel of John, whom describes a wedding that Jesus attended. As the story goes, when the host of the celebration unexpectedly ran out of wine, Jesus performed his celebrated Goetes ‘miracle,’ in which he turned water into more wine. There are many whom believe this literally happened, to have taken it further by attempting to drink petrol, they believe has been transformed into pineapple juice by an insane pastor. The utilised symbolism of transmuting water into wine is not literal. What it is actually describing is the arousal of a shamanic state of erotic trance where the base emotion of water/lead is transmuted into wine/golden ecstasy.
This is when certain practitioners of Yoga experience the arousal of the Kundalini Shakti (fire snake) the Kalahari Bushmen of South Africa term as the Num. The aroused Num then hits the back of the head, which initiates trance, the Bushmen call Kia. The experience of the Num hitting the back of the head is similar to that of experiencing an orgasm; whereupon a male may experience having an erection.
As an aside of sorts, there are aboriginal Australian cave paintings, which feature scenes of ‘unparalleled eroticism’ that were blamed for an archaeologist’s unwanted bird man erection during a lecture to his female students. Archaeologist Bruce Byrce, a professor at the University of Hong Kong, was giving a ‘Watery’ talk on the series of drawings found upon the cave roofs amidst the Mad Max wilderness in Arnhem Land in Northern Australia, when a particularly saucy ‘Wine’ slide gave him an unexpected bird man erection.
Professor Byrce reportedly blushed ‘Red’ as a grape, who bumbled over a series of ‘Watery’ facts to Dionysian lose his ‘Wine’ track. Bryce then attempted to stand at a weird 33 degree angle to the female audience of Maenads in an attempt to mask his throbbing bird man staff.
Bryce honestly related; “I had been excavating the site for the last six months, looking at the sexy cave paintings every day. I didn’t once get a semi that whole time, so imagine my surprise when I went full salute during the lecture.”
One of the sections of artwork, the archaeologists had excavated depicted three naked copulating couples. The cave paintings have been dated to 28,000 years old, making it one of the oldest Tantric scenes in the whole world, which still has the emotionally charged Haagenti power to transform water into wine, lead into gold. But, if you see such works of art to be mere pornography due to your watery religious upbringing, where sex is considered to be the first sin, rather than leaden ignorance, you will never understand what Haagenti represents of sexual alchemy.
What Haagenti communicates is quite simple; what turns you on sexually, of symbolic stimuli, can be introverted of an ecstatic (Wine) emotional state in order to empower trance ingress into a lucid dream; for it is your emotional ‘charge,’ which ‘spins,’ your electron dreams into (Gold) lucidity. Wherefore erotic works of art covering cave walls were utilised for this purpose by ancient shamans.
This most ancient technique is easily overlooked by those who have forgotten how to dream within their square minded dens, whom believe that such imagery is just an expression of pornographic hedonism.
The sexual imagery was otherwise ‘spiritualised’ by those who have not forgotten how to dream. This is achieved by internalising the sexual impulse, which has been aroused by the power of art; whereupon enabling a shaman to attain an awakened state within the dream, where a two dimensional image of a Succubus is experienced as a three dimensional sensory reality.