FAUSTIAN PEN SKETCH 1

The above Artwork is a ‘quick Pen Sketch’ of a ‘Fallen Anima’ emanation, named Barueli or Baruela, on A5 cartridge paper.

“Barueli: The mistress of all Arts. She manifests as an Artist’s model and comes wearing an Artist’s frock. She can teach a Truderer more in a moment than all the master Artists of the world combined could accomplish in twenty years. She must be forcibly invoked three times.”

The ‘Animus’ version is listed as Baruel in the Faustian grimoire, entitled the, Threefold Coercion of Hell, also called, Cabalae nigrae, Magiae naturalis et innaturalis, which is otherwise known as the Black Raven.

The Black Raven was said to have been authored by Johannes Faust. The seal for Baruel is below, which was derived from the Black Raven.

Classical description: “Baruel: The master of all Arts. He manifests as a master workman and comes wearing an apron. He can teach a magician more in a moment than all the master workmen of the world combined could accomplish in twenty years. He must be invoked three times.” 

The conjuring Faustian Artist takes on the acting role of the Artist Baruel, which he assumes as his Performance Art guise. While seeing himself as Baruel, he then conjures up the Succubus Art Muse Barueli amidst his Triangle Of Art imagination as his Fallen Anima of an Art model. You then have a Yab-Yum Tantric union, which will become as a three-dimensional interactive reality within a lucid dream.

NOTE: Baruel may be referring to Augustin Barruel (October 2, 1741 – October 5, 1820) who was a French publicist and Jesuit priest.

He is now mostly known for setting forth the conspiracy theory involving the Bavarian Illuminati and the Jacobins in his book Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism (original title Mémoires pour servir à l’Histoire du Jacobinisme) published in 1797.

In short, Barruel wrote that the French Revolution was planned and executed by the secret societies. If Barruel was an Artist, he might of created a groundbreaking bandes dessinées about his conspiracy theory, involving a female protagonist. 

As an Artist, Baruel can be equated with a whole host of Artists, such as, for example, Jean-Claude Forest, who was born in Le Perreux-sur-Marne, a Paris suburb. After graduating from the Paris School of Design in the early 1950’s, he immediately began working as an illustrator.

Forest became world famous when he conjured up an erotic science fiction Art Muse to Mantra name, Barbarella. His bandes dessinées about Barbarella, was originally published in France in V Magazine in 1962.

Barbarella was an immediate bestseller and was soon translated into a dozen languages. In 1967 it was adapted by Terry Southern and Roger Vadim and made into a major motion picture, with Forest acting as design consultant.

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