BARBARELLA UFO SPACE CHICK ASTAROTH
The 29th spirit of the Goetia is named Astaroth (also Ashtaroth, Astarot and Asteroth). The name of this spirit was originally derived from the Mesopotamian sex Goddess called Astarte, whose name means, Queen Of Heaven; she is essentially an interstellar space chick. However, the closeted medieval grimoires list her as being a male Demon suffering from a bad case of halitosis, which is somewhat laughable.
Astaroth (Ashtaroth) evolved into becoming Ashtar, of Star Command. Ashtar (sometimes called Ashtar Sheran) is the name given to an extraterrestrial being or group of beings, some people claim to have channelled through their addled brains since the Roswell incident, involving a probable German Valkyrie flying wing of a first WWII stealth jet fighter, and George Adamski’s Californian visitations from eugenic Nordic aliens.
UFO contactee George Van Tassel was the first to claim that he had received a brain zap message, from Ashtar during 1952.
Curiously, you also have a supposed message from Ashtar Star Command, which interrupted a British TV broadcast during November 26th, 1977.
There have been other such channellings from busy Ashtar down the years, since 1952, who is usually described as being a Chippendale hunk male, looking like an Aryan Christ, which has led to the butch Ashtar movement being studied by academics as a prominent form of Gnostic Christian UFO religion.
Astaroth has been featured in a couple of films, although, mostly of the horror variety; one of which was the stylish Hammer House of Horror movie: To The Devil A Daughter, which was loosely based upon a novel by Dennis Wheatley. The film features a group of practicing Satanists who have prepared the principle character named, Catherine to become the hot-star avatar of Astaroth upon her eighteenth birthday. However, it makes far more sense when Astaroth is seen to be Astarte, since sex is considered to be the first sin.
Although the first sin should be that of, ignorance. But, in order to avert the sin of ignorance, so that you can avoid being controlled by a tyrant, who uses ignorance as a tool of mind-control, you have to then taste of the tree of knowledge; or if you are so predisposed, to partake of Peyote.
Alas, you might just find yourself being cast out of your Eden (Edom), by one of the 72 ‘Shemhamphorasch’ Fusion Centres, if you ask too many informed questions; more so if you nibble on Peyote.
Edom was originally a city situated in ancient Sumeria, to thence be followed by Babylon, to verily be buried under war torn Baghdad in Iraq, from whence Abraham first stemmed, where Astarte was prior known as the sex goddess, Ishtar. Hence you have Ashtar, before the habitual closeted sex change into an Abrahamic Animus fixation.
Another movie, which mentions Astaroth; though briefly, is the innovative horror film: Ghoulies; the film features one of those very rare cinematic moments, in which a genuine ritual magic conjuration is featured, right out of the Goetia; so, if you want to conjure up Astaroth as a hot space chick Succubus, said film may lend inspiration to your ritualistic performance art.
Astaroth, who was originally Astarte, can be easily equated with the sexy science fiction Anima character of Barbarella. Her character has since become iconic; but only because she has been based upon an archetypal influence of a Venus focus.
The artist Jean-Claude Forest first conjured up the character of Barbarella, for serialization in the French magazine V-Magazine, back in the Hippy spring of 1962. During 1964, Eric Losfeld later published Forest’s strips as a stand-alone book, under the title Barbarella. The stand-alone version caused a public scandal, due to its perceived politically incorrect sexuality, which became known as the first ‘adult’ comic-book.
During 1968, Barbarella was translated into a French-Italian science fiction film, directed by Roger Vadim, The film starred Jane Fonda as Barbarella, who verily became an Astarte sex symbol.
Jane Fonda loves the fact that lots of little boys secretly whacked off their priapic meat during the 60’s, when to have ritualistically focused their sexual awakenings upon Anima images of sexy Barbarella: “I like the fact that boys of a ‘certain age’ of that time had their first fantasies from watching me in that movie. A lot of them told me about it,” Fonda said. “They still do from time to time. And now they’re grown up. I think that’s pretty cool.”
There are still lots of boys of a ‘certain age’ who continue having the hots for Barbarella Fonda, whenever there is a rerun of her Astaroth movie. Another fact concerning Astaroth, I mean, Astarte, apart from being a sexy Tantra space chick from seventh heaven, she’s also into consciousness expansion, which can involve partaking of power plants, such as the aforementioned Peyote, for example; of which the author Carlos Castaneda spoke extensively about. It just so happens that Barbarella Fonda is into the shamanic use of Peyote: “It’s pretty wild. You throw up a lot,” she to have said. Well, as Castaneda communicated, you have to purge yourself of the inner crap before you can transform your leaden consciousness into gold.
Barbarella Fonda also related what she likes about Peyote: “Well, you have visions,” she explained. “It’s not my drug of choice; I’ve never had any profound visions, but many of my friends have. You see incredible shapes and colours and patterns, and sometimes you have cosmic breakthroughs. I haven’t.”
There was going to be a movie remake of Babarella, the most serious planning of this began, back in early 2008. The Barbarella remake would have been produced and released by Universal Studios, with one-time James Bond screenwriters Neal Purvis and Robert Wade penning the script, and Dino and Martha De Laurentiis heading as producers.
‘Sin’ City, director Robert Rodriguez was slated for the director of Barbarella. Early candidates for the role of Barbarella were actresses Erica Durance of the WB’s Smallville, Sienna Miller, and Rodriguez’s Grindhouse Amazon star, Rose McGowan.
Amazon McGowan was eventually confirmed for Barbarella as the new grindhouse sex symbol out of ‘sin’ heaven. Alas, Universal Studios eventually backed out of the movie, probably because it was far too… adult. If you have a politically correct Disney version, it is no longer Barbarella; although some news sources speculated that it was due to studio executives doubting McGowan’s Astaroth ability to carry a big budget Ishtar movie, and that the studio had slashed the Ashtar budget, after learning of McGowan winning the Astarte role.
Anyway, It presently appears that Astaroth, I mean Astarte or Ashtar, Ishtar; sorry, I mean Barbarella is going to be translated into a TV series by Online retailer Amazon, which is set to use the directing talents of ‘Drive’ director Nicolas Winding-Refn’s to direct Barbarella. The project has apparently been in the pipeline for some time now; hopefully it will not pander to politically correct feminists who secretly read 50 Shades Of Grey. According to Deadline, Amazon’s burgeoning studio arm has now got on board.
A script for the series has already been penned by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who had originally worked on the prior defunct movie remake. Both of whom have written a raft of the recent Bond films, including Casino Royale and Skyfall.
Perhaps they may derive some Barbarella inspiration from Taylor Swift’s fem-Bond type video, to otherwise have Guardians of the Universe Space Girls, wielding ray guns, fighting bad-boy super criminal alien gangsters, let alone each other, of interstellar Cat-fights.
Most curious, the title, Skyfall, kind of sums up Astaroth falling from heaven, likened to a Roswell crash to Earth, who as Astarte would be a science fiction pole dancing chick in a Casino Royale, that, or they will transform space chick Barbarella into an Anima version of Animus James Bond travelling the multiverse in her flying triangle Vimana, she to ‘Drive’ hard. Well, what do you expect; as a Succubus she has lots of little boys to abduct into her moist lucid dream UFO, to thence astral journey unto her seventh heaven dimension.