GOETIA GIRL BAEL, SUCCUBUS WITCH QUEEN SHAMAN OF SIBERIA
The First Principal Succubus is called Bael, who be a shaman Queen ruling in the far East across the steppe, under the fire star of the Mongol’s, whom emanates from the sixth dimensional planetary sphere. She enables her master to go about Invisible. She rules over sixty-six Legions of Infernal Succubae. She appears of triangle of art vision in divers shapes, sometimes like a Cat, or as a Toad; at other times like a most beautiful Siberian woman, or all these forms at once to otherwise call Baela.
She speaks clairaudient of most seductive tone, concerning those psychic secrets behind her Iron Curtain of a hypnagogic hymen veil to pentrate.
Behind her Iron Curtain, the ancestral shamans therein to have psychic abilities, the one time Soviet sought to weaponise, whom frequented the steppe unto Siberia. Her seal is to be mediated upon, and to visualise before calling her forth, or else she will not do thee homage.
It is usually said of commonality that the name Bael is derived from the Canaanite deity known as Baal (/ˈbeɪl/ BAYL; sometimes spelled Bael, Baël [French], Baell), who is mentioned in the patriarchal Hebrew Bible as the primary god of the Phoenicians.
In the 17th Century Goetic occult writings, Bael is seen as one of the first spirits, which was released from Solomon’s brazen vessel of a Genie bottle.
While his Semitic predecessor was depicted as a horned man or a horned bull, this spirit, Baal of the traditional grimoire tradition is said to appear in the forms of a Human, Cat and Toad, or combinations thereof. An illustration in Collin de Plancy’s 1818 book Dictionnaire Infernal rather curiously placed the heads of the these three creatures onto a set of ‘Spider’ legs.
When to totally ignore the indoctrinated perspective of Biblical lore to otherwise look Into the ancient shaman legends of Siberia, such as those of the Buryat, you will find the first shaman called Khara-Gyrgän.
The Buryat relate that Khara-Gyrgän declared that his power was boundless; wherefore the creator put him to the test. The creator sadistically took the soul of a (Bael) girl and ‘bound her up within a bottle.’
To make sure that she wouldn’t escape, the creator put its finger into the neck of the bottle.
The shaman set about freeing the soul of the girl by beating the trance drum in order to conjure up his eight-legged night-Mare pony-girl Succubus to ride through inner space, somewhat like that of a prior Dr Who piloting his TARDIS.
He soon discovered the whereabouts of the girl’s soul in order to free her. Khara-Gyrgän shapeshifted into the form of a ‘Spider’ and in doing so stung the face of the creator. The creator took its finger out of the ‘bottle,’ whence the girl’s soul escaped. The creator was very furious that its creation had passed the test, which indicated that the creator could be in time surpassed, so it decided to curtail the shamanic power of Khara-Gyrgän, after which the magical powers of the shamans were severely diminished.
According to Yakut shamanic legends of similarity to the Buryat, the first shaman refused to recognise the superiority of the programming creator due to its sadistic temperament.
The Yakut legend relates that the body of the first shaman was made up of a mass of snakes, which you can otherwise see as serpentine DNA of an inner program. The creator was fearful that the shaman would become far too powerful, so it sent down a fire to burn him and his world.
But in the ensuing conflagration of an ancient world-wide catastrophe, when a comet struck the Earth, an amphibious Toad escaped the inferno.
From the body of the Toad erupted forth the serpentine (DNA) spirits of the future Yakut shamans, who trace their genetic lineage back to the first shaman.
The motif of the amphibious ‘Toad’ refers to hypnagogic trance, which is attained at the midpoint between waking (land/macrocosmic) and (water/microcosmic) sleeping; this ability enables a shaman to access the underlying informational (microcosmic) order of his (macrocosmic) Maya simulation reality.
The symbolic motif of the Toad is associated with similar reptilian symbolism to that of the ‘amphibious’ Nommo of the South African tribe of the Dogon and that of the Sumerian Annunaki, along with the reptilian motifs of other cultures across the globe, including Dragons. Some will see the Toad and that of the Snake or Dragon as being a Zecharia Sitchin reference to demonic reptilian extraterrestrials of David Icke tales; such is ‘not the case’ at all, the symbolism actually refers to shamanic ‘trance adepts.’
You also have the symbolism of the Cat, which is very often tied up with the feminine principle. There are many a Goddess from varying cultural myths who are described being in the company of Cats, riding them or otherwise assuming their predatory forms; whether they be Lionesses, Tigers or domesticated Cats, etc; such as the Sumerian Goddess, Ishtar riding a Lioness, the Hindu Goddess Durga, riding a Tiger or that of the Norse Goddess Freyja being the Witch mistress of Cats.
The motif of the (Sphinx) Cat refers to what is termed as the Bedroom Invader Experience or Old Hag Syndrome, which is often experienced at the point of (Toad) hypnagogic trance ingress into the dream; it is when a shaman is visited by his female spirit lover of a Succubus, whose nature is seen to be predatory; hence she is associated with a Cat, which has since become that of a Witches familiar.
Siberian shamans often relate that their shamanic powers and abilities are derived from the internal dream congress with Succubae Spirit-Wives, who are considered to be female shamans of similarity to the Hindu/Buddhist female entities called Dakinis.
You can otherwise term these Succubae shamans as being Witches, whom initially manifest as Bedroom Invader ‘Cats’ at the point of hypnagogic ‘Toad’ ingress into the ‘Feminine’ domain of the dream. Wherefore the seal of Bael, which depicts a Toad, represents a symbolic formula of shamanic trance ingress into the watery amniotic realm of the electron dream.