FALLEN ANGEL MEPHISTOPHINA

It is said by Marlowe, Goethe and by numerous others of Hogwarts commonality that Dr Faustus desired to commune with the Devil of his indoctrinated faith. (The Full Artwork can be seen on Saatchi Art. If you are interested please Click On The Images.)

Having made the necessary antithesis preparations of Christian formulation, he retired one night to a crossroads within the Spesser Forest near Wittenberg, during the Witching hours.

Whereupon he set about designing certain circles with his staff, via which he Performance Art conjured up his patriarchal Devil of an Animus fixation, to otherwise name as, Mephistopheles.

But for a Surrealist sorcerer who be a truer rebel, he would have no interest, whatsoever, in conjuring up the phallic Devil of the Elder God patriarchs to sell his Soul to of a continuing brainwash; for it merely validates the symbolic thesis of a Playgirl gender fixation upon their deified Animus, residing within the female psyche, which has been made into a God/Devil.

Hence a rebellious Surrealist sorcerer, such as Dr Faustus would in reality conjure up his Fallen Anima, to mantra name, Mephistophina.

She will then manifest within a lucid dream, along with her Playboy Succubi Great Old Ones within his Necronomicon lucid dreams.

Whereby enabling Dr Faustus to win back his Anima of a Soul, whom be his arcane Art Muse.

Should you understand what the deified ‘Animus’ and fallen ‘Anima’ represents, you will understand the cosmic joke. Those who do not understand what the ‘Animus’ and ‘Anima’ represents will invariably react by claiming it is Feminist Social Justice Warrior politics, which it is most definitely not, since the deified Animus, made as a patriarchal God/Devil resides within the female psyche!

“Witches have their deified Animus. Warlocks have their Fallen Anima.”

NOTE: The tattoo upon Mephistophina’s left shoulder is a traditional grimoire sigil, which is attributed to Mephistopheles.

The parchment shown amidst the Triangle Of Art, upon the floor depicts the seal of MEPHISTO_PHILES. The seal is derived from the 1527 Praxis Magia Faustiana, which is said to have been authored by Faust.

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