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GREEN WITCH ABSINTHE

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Vampire, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 30, 2018 by FAUSTUS CROW

Artemisia absinthium, is the scientific name for the plant called grand Wormwood, which is the main ingredient of the alcoholic elixir called Absinthe. Wormwood is a species of Artemisia, which is native to temperate regions of Eurasia. The ingredients of Absinthe also include green anise, sweet fennel, and other Witchcraft herbs.

(The Artwork Above is available as an Art Print, which depicts a female version of Mephistopheles. If you are interested, please Click the Image Above to see the Full Artwork and for further details.)

In Witchcraft lore Artemisia absinthium is associated with the planetary sphere of fiery Mars and the elements fire and air. Due to the association with Mars you also have the correspondence with the colour red. Also when the colour red is intensely stared at, it leaves behind a green after-image when your eyes are closed, and likewise when green is stared at, it leaves behind a red after-image.

As for the name Artemisia, it is derived from the name of the ancient Greek Goddess Artemis, whose sacred animal is a Bear, which is often associated with female shamans, especially across Eurasia unto Hyperborean Siberia. (There are many names for a male shaman in Siberia. But there is only one name for a female shaman, which is Udagan, meaning a Bear. Udagan also has associations with a fire, specifically the hearth.)

Shamanic use of Wormwood involved macerating its leaves, which were then soaked in wine for several days around the Moon phases, then ritually strained. The Wormwood wine is usually used for facilitating astral projection, divination and inducing visions.

Absinthe is commonly referred to , as ‘la fée verte,’ the Green Fairy, or alternatively as the Green Witch, by many a conjuring Artist who seeks visions. She was the liquid Art Muse for a number of rebellious Artists who made nineteenth century France, especially Paris a centre of artistic life. For example Toulouse-Lautrec, Picasso, Gauguin, Van Gogh and Degas partook of the essence of the Green Fairy who made her a subject of their paintings.

Absinthe was also known as the Green Muse, Green Ghost, Green Demoness, or the Green Goddess, and by other supernaturally inclined titles. But it was more commonly called the Queen Of Poisons:

“What is there in Absinthe that makes it a separate cult? Even in ruin and in degradation it remains a thing apart: its victims wear a ghastly aureole all their own, and in their peculiar hell yet gloat with a sinister perversion of pride that they are not as other men.” Aleister Crowley, The Green Goddess (1918).

Scientists have looked into the unusual effects of the Green Fairy. Under the title, ‘Absinthe Makes Neurons Run Wild,’ Corinna Wu, who writes for the Science News magazine, described scientific research in 2000 into the effects of the Wormwood herb on the Artist’s brain.

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The research was conducted by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley and Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago, the study discovered that Wormwood, as well as other Witchcraft herbs in Absinthe, cause “CNS cholinergic receptor binding activity”. This, according to scientists, has the effect of improving cognitive functions of the Artist’s brain.

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Although the shamanic and medicinal usage of Wormwood has been known of since very ancient times, popular legend relates that the Wormwood elixir of Absinthe began as an all-purpose patent remedy, when it had been first created by Dr. Pierre Ordinaire, a French version of doctor Frankenstein living in Couvet, Switzerland, around 1792. Ordinaire was unaware that his all-purpose patent remedy would one day be seen as a concoction of the devil, ensnaring the consumers addiction.

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However, the exact date of Absinthe’s creation varies depending on the colourful alchemist account. Ordinaire’s alchemical recipe was passed on to the Henriod sisters of Couvet, who proceeded to sell Absinthe as a medicinal elixir, a Faustian sorcerer would very likely drink with Werewolf relish.

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In Dr Faust’s grimoire, entitled, Hollenzwang it describes ‘Mephistophiel’ having a visionary form, appearing firstly like that of a ‘fiery Bear.’

The vision of the fiery Bear manifested when Dr Faust conjured the infernal spirit amidst the crossroads, surrounded by the wild wood of Wittenberg.

The shamanic symbolism of the fiery Bear may allude to an Artemis ‘she Bear,’ and in turn the Witchcraft herb, Artemisia absinthium.

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The Hollenzwang and other Faustian grimoires are often described as being medieval of date. But in fact most of the grimoires were created in the 17th, 18th or even the 19th century, when Absinthe took centre stage among the Dracula aristocracy and in turn the fed upon common folk.

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This was especially the case during the 19th century in Parisian France, in particular, where many a Decadent Artist, such as Oscar Wilde or Félicien Rops sought out the Green Witch, bestowing visions.

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You can rebelliously re-imagine Faust as a Sorcerer Artist, likened to Austin Osman Spare, drinking copious amounts of Absinthe prior to conjuring up a fiery red vision of a she-Bear, who then assumes the spectral guise of a salacious Nun wearing a green habit.

Little wonder then that Faust engaged in the Tantric Osculum Infame with the Green Witch, when to have entered into a Coitus Pactum with her, within an Absinthe induced Red-light district lucid dream.

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He no doubt also smoked large amounts of Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris) before he rode the visiting Night-Mare of his Fallen Anima, who revealed to him that Warlocks have their Anima, whereas Witch-Nuns have their deified Animus made as a God/Devil.

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DISCLAIMER. Absinthe is considered as being a hallucinatory drink by some, whereas others do not experience it having any such affect.

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This may be due to the differences in recipe, some of which may have once included Cannabis, and perhaps even Psilocybin in some prior cases.

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The hallucinatory qualities of Absinthe was sought out by Artists, which gave Absinthe its nigh occult mystique. But the establishment propagandized the supposed hallucinatory effects of Absinthe as a means to ban it, which was mainly due to pressure from Wine producers, during the late 19th century, just as Hemp and Cannabis was banned because of the paper industry.

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Absinthe is presently seen as having its inebriating effects because of its high alcohol content. Hence the reason why it is diluted with water prior to consuming the drink.

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This involves an elaborate and rather arcane ritual. Drinking Absinthe straight was, and still is considered as being uncouth. As for Wormwood, the herb does have medicinal qualities, whether partaken in Absinthe or not. 

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BALLERINA WITCH WEDNESDAY ADDAMS

Posted in Addams Family, Art, Chaos Magic, fantasy, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Sex Magic, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Vampire, Witchcraft, Zombies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 27, 2018 by FAUSTUS CROW

“The Thirty-Seventh Succubus archetype of the Fallen Anima, who is an Art Muse of the Surrealist Goetia is Phenex (or Pheynixi).” (Art Print Available from Saatchi Art. Click the Images to see the Full Artwork.)

“She is a great Marchioness, and appears like a bird, called a Phoenix, at first of a fiery vision, having the same characteristics and voice of a Wednesday Addams.

It is said, she sings of many arcane things, whose clairaudient songs conjures up associative imagery amidst the Triangle Of Art Imagination of the conjuring Surrealist Artist, which he/she must not regard; otherwise his/her mind will most assuredly be swayed from his/her Paranoiac Critical Method.

But by-and-by the Surrealist Artist must bid her put on human shape of a visualisation, who will then appear as a ghostly Goth Girl Ballerina, whose favourite Witch days are (Wodensdaeg) Wednesday and (Freyja’s-day) Friday.

Then she will speak marvelously of all wonderful Arts, which be hidden away of secret subconscious information, if required, when engaging with her visualised archetype, of an active imagination exercise.

She is a Surrealist poet, good and excellent as an inspiring Muse. And she will be willing to perform all the visualised Art model contortionist requests of the conjuring Artist.

She hath hopes also to return to the Seventh dimensional Throne as a bullet Witch Valkyrie after 1,200 years more, as she said unto the Sorcerer Artist, Austin Osman Spare.

She governs over twenty ghost Legions of Art Muse Witches like herself. And her macrocosmic two-dimensional abstract Seal is to be meditated upon before conjuring her three-dimensional manifestation into a microcosmic lucid dream.”

Goetia Surreal – S. L. MacGregore Freemason Matherson, Locale III, alternate Earth, Paris.

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NECRONOMICON SUCCUBUS ART BOOK

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Extraterrestrial, fantasy, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Horror, Manga, Occultism, Science Fiction, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft, Zombies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 13, 2018 by FAUSTUS CROW

Witches, femme fatale Vampires, Devil Girls, Warrior Maidens, Science Fiction Sirens and female Aliens piloting UFO’s.

Herein, within this Necronomicon be gathered all the Night-Mare Succubi archetypes of the Fallen Anima, who be the true Great Old Ones, whom haunt Love-Craft lucid dreams. Fully illustrated, over 150 illustrations in full colour, some of which are in black-and-white, such as drawings/sketches, etc. This Art book is for ‘Adults Only.’ A Preview for the Art Book is available on Createspace. Please Click Here.

The Necronomicon Succubus Art Book features all the Art work from my ‘Three Goetia Girls books.’ All Seventy-Two of the Goetia (Succubi) Succubae are depicted within the Art book, along with other associated Artworks.

This Art book also includes some comic strip pages, conceptual ideas and sketches as well as traditional Artworks.

Please Note: There are No descriptive texts accompanying the Artwork. The Art book will Not be available on Kindle. The Art book is an 8×10 over-sized paperback Art book, having a matte cover, as shown above, which is presently available on Createspace and Amazon. If you are interested, Please Click Here. 

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FAUSTIAN PEN SKETCH 2

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Love Magic, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Psychology, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 3, 2018 by FAUSTUS CROW

The above Artwork is a ‘quick Pen Sketch’ of a ‘Fallen Anima’ emanation, named Aziela or Acieli, on A5 cartridge paper. It is said that the church of Rome banned a diabolical Faustian grimoire, entitled, The Black Raven, which is also called The Threefold Coercion Of The Dream, some to say is the real Necronomicon. Within this Necronomicon, it relates that a Succubus archetype of the Fallen Anima, whose Mantra name is Aziela, manifested before Faust.

Faust had freed Aziela from her brazen vessel of an Animus gaol, which had been created by the Chaldean worshippers of their deified Animus, made as a God and a Devil. The Chaldean’s had bound Aziela as their Animus creature, called, Azael, which they duly made as their scapegoat; for the worshippers of the deified Animus greatly fear the arising of the Fallen Anima, who will reveal their gender fixation for what it truly is.

When confronted by their overriding gender focus upon their deified Animus, the Animus cultists attempt to avert the question by smugly retorting that their deified Animus and its Playgirl archetypes are of a non-binary gender-fluid energy. However their numerous Animus fixated grimoires, which had been subversively patronised by the church of Rome say otherwise.

Anyway, Aziela was very pleased by Faust’s active-imagination conjuration of her, who then induced an eroticised lucid dream, wherein she manifested amidst his spectral Art studio. Faust asked her how fast she was within his Yab-Yum Tantric dream. She answered that she was as fast as human thought. “Good for you, Anima-Mundi, baby,” Faust replied, “COR! I really want to have you in my Butterfly collection!” With these words, he entered into a Coitus Pactum with her. This Succubus Art Muse served Faust for a long time, as has been written about extensively, by those who have twisted the tale around.

Aziela, or Acieli is otherwise known as the Black Sun, or the Sun of the Night. The symbolism of the Black Sun refers to the inner light of the bio-photon, which illuminates the ‘cavernous’ womb domain of the electron dream. The bio-photon fire corresponds with the ‘fiery’ torch of Diana-Lucifera, which of an inner illumination, like that of a laser-beam, emanates from the mitochondrial DNA of Satana that is passed down from the mother to her children. Aziela is sometimes referred to as the Animus burner, who, as an emanation of the Fallen Anima, burns away the Illuminati Queen Bee mind-control projection of their deified Animus.

She is ranked as one of the electors of the dream, who is monitored by the Anima archetype, Raphaela. Azaela is a seducer, and one of the seven planetary (Succubi) Succubae of the sphere of Saturn. She appears as a sexually attractive young woman who stands only about three feet tall, looking like a gymnastic Goth girl ballerina version of an elfin Tinkerbell. Others to say that she looks like Wednesday Addams. Aziela, is said to dwell within the bowels of the Earth amidst its Agartha cube of an Apple Core, somewhat like a Genie residing in her ‘fiery’ harem bottle.

It is also said that during the 18th century, a French toy-maker, named, Philip Lemarchand, constructed the Succubus Configuration, which was based upon the cubic core of the Earth for a wealthy aristocrat named Duc de L’Isle, who was ‘bullishly’ obsessed with Faust’s conjuration of Aziela, and the other Succubus archetypes of the Fallen Anima.

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When the minions of the deified Animus discovered Lemarchand’s box of a Hellraier Tantric meditation device, they promptly twisted the rebellious tale of its Rubik cube making into a hellish telling, so as to hide its Anima construction behind an engineered fear laden veil of lament, in order to block any ingress into the vaginal hypnagogoc trance portal of the womb dream.

Aziela must be forcibly invoked three times before she will appear as a vision, and will only do so in a magical circle prepared especially for a Coitus Pactum with her of an ensuing sexagram lucid dream.

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She moves and acts as quick as human thought, who bestows riches upon her conjurer. Azaela can instantly initiate remote-viewing visions over a great distance.

She can also give insights into the economy of the Art world as well as the ability to inspire groundbreaking Art movements since the time of a ‘painted Paleolithic cave.’

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FAUSTIAN PEN SKETCH 1

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 27, 2018 by FAUSTUS CROW

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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ADULT COMIC AND OCCULT HORROR SCIENCE FICTION FANTASY ART

Posted in Addams Family, Alien, Anime, archaeology, Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Conspiracy Theory, Cyberpunk, Demonology, Dinosaur, Discordianism, Dr Who, Dystopian, Extraterrestrial, Film, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Horror, Lucid Dreaming, Manga, Occultism, Paleontology, Poltergeist, Science Fiction, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Steampunk, Succubus, Surrealism, Tarot, Time Travel, Tulpa Creation, UFO, Vampire, Video Games, Witchcraft, Zombies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 1, 2018 by FAUSTUS CROW

I have had an idea of creating an EC comic for some time, which has only become a reality when I discovered Createspace and Patreon. The comic will be of similarity to the adult science fiction fantasy comic magazine Metal Hurlant/Heavy Metal. I will be putting the Comic Strip Artwork on my PATREON Page.

The problem with Patreon, is that it does not list Adult orientated material, so, it has to be promoted elsewhere. I also had to change the title of my Patreon page in order for it to be found. As for the comic, it will involve my alter-ego, Faustus Crow, who will be the principle character. Crow does not see a division between the practice of Art and Sorcery, which leads him into the inner space realms of the lucid dream.

The main underground comic will be an anthology of stories, which are based in varying dream worlds.

Though separate, the stories are inter-related by Crow journeying between them who is sometimes featured directly or indirectly, which will be made up of one pagers, as well as short stories, numbering two or four, to eight pages each.

The artwork will be drawn in black and white using traditional media as depicted by the concept sketches, comic pages and finished artwork on this page.

Some of the stories will be about the Goetia Girls, as depicted in my Art book grimoires as well as being introduced by the (Succubae) Succubi, Crow has conjured into his lucid dreams, as his salacious Art Muses.

Some of the Succubi are knitted-together Frankenhooker Tulpa mind-dolls who have been animated into their spectral life by Crow’s sorcery Art.

The principle Succubus Art Muse is Mephistophina who is Crow’s illustrated girl, whose knitted-together Frankenhooker canvas skin tells of many a tattooed story world, and each dream world is governed over by her (Succubi) Succubae sisters.

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Crow’s Faustian character is a fusion between differing influences such as Hermann Hesse’s Steppenwolf character, Harry Haller, Austin Osman Spare and Salvador Dali fused with Doctor Who.

His story is somewhat like an adult version of Little Nemo In Slumberland, whose dream interactions with his Night-Mare Muses, leads him into other alternate worlds. The comic strip is tied in with my book, Lilith’s Harem.

The other Steppenwolf dream worlds Crow journeys into will investigate varying Magic Theatre themes, covering Occult, Horror, Science Fiction and Fantasy as well as other associated genres.

The style of the Artwork will be of a Surrealist nature, which may not always use text, to otherwise be more visual of narrative. Most if not all of the stories will be erotic of Tantric orientation.

Some of the comic strips will also be experimental of style. Other comic book ideas such as Munster X Files Marilyn, etc, will involve alternative and mixed media such as photo-montage and CGI, etc.

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MARILYN MUNROE MUNSTER X FILES FREE COMIC

Posted in Alien, Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Conspiracy Theory, Discordianism, Film, Ghost, Goetia Girls, Goth Girls, Horror, Lucid Dreaming, Occultism, Science Fiction, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Time Travel, Tulpa Creation, UFO, Vampire, Witchcraft, Zombies with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 25, 2018 by FAUSTUS CROW

Welcome dear flesh eating Ghouls, necrophilia Vampires, bestial Werewolves and many another eldritch creature of the Left-Hand Path.

Within this Heyoka comic you will find an Avadhuta reinterpretation of the Munsters for your Discordian delectation to bleed all over of satirical gut spilling X FILE humour. Should you be interested in the available FREE versions of the comic, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

This Horrorwood Munster family is into Discordian Horror Humour most dark of Conspiracy Theory satire investigating X File: UFO’s, Time Travel, Aliens, free energy suppression, the Kennedy Assassination, the murder of Marilyn Munroe, Nazi Eugenics, population reduction and why women prefer Bad Boy Beasts, all of which be far closer to the horrific truth than you realise.

Please Note, the available FREE versions of the comic and its other issues are an updated version of the Graphic Novel.

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