ALICE IN OCCULT WONDERLAND

If you are interested in seeing the Full Artwork ‘PLEASE CLICK’ The Image Above and each of the Images Below. The fourth Succubus archetype of the Fallen Anima is mantra named, Samigina.

She is a great Marchioness emanating from the ninth planetary sphere of the menstruating blood Moon, whose bloodied eye of a ninth Art illuminates the astral smog enshrouding Londinium’s bandes dessinées.

Samigina at first appears within a vision as a Steampunk Goth girl, looking like Alice in Wonderland, who might be seen to be riding a Sleipnir rocking horse, which is tethered to the multiverse world tree of her Yggdrassill seal of an easel, interpenetrating the clockwork globe of the Earth. She is considered to be of shamanistic Sami descent whose name means: high (elevated status) Queen.

She speaks with a most seductive clairaudient voice, who teaches all arcane sciences and Arts, when conjured within a lucid dream, who is a surrealist Art Muse.

It is also said, that she gives Ouija board accounts of those Artist’s spirits who reside within the surrealistic Arkham Asylum realm of the purgatorial Moon, whose domain the ancient Sumerian’s and Babylonian’s associated with their deity called… Sin.

One of these discarnate spirits is that of Walt Disney, who had immortalised weird Alice Samigina as an Aryan blondie; but then, what do you expect, he was enamoured with Nazi Wernher von Braun, who had fathered NASA, sending his Valkyrie inspired V2 rockets to the Moon, which to have duly ushered in the Star Wars Empire Neuordnung.

Disney had quaintly forgotten that Braun’s V2 rockets had prior blitzed Lewi’s Carroll’s Londinium, along with his V1 flying buzz-bombs, who had also been commissioned by eugenic Hitler to blitz New York with a dirty Nuke, topping Braun’s intercontinental missile of a V3.

Samigina governs over 30 legions of Succubi Art Muses like her Alice In Wonderland self, who as a Steampunk Art Muse inspires the creative March Hare ‘madness’ of the Paranoiac-Critical Method, which is a surrealist technique that was developed by Mad Hatter Salvador Dalí during the early 1930’s, who to have famously said: “I do not do drugs, I am drugs.”

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