The Seventieth Succubus of the Goetia is called Seere, Sear, or Seir. As of per usual the classical Goetia describes this spirit to be male, who is described as riding a winged horse like the ancient Greek, Pegasus.
However, the name of Seere is very likely derived from the Old Norse term, Seiðr, which is sometimes anglicized as Seidhr, Seidh, Seidr, Seithr, Seith, or Seid, describing a type of sorcery that was practiced in Norse society during the Late Scandinavian Iron Age of ‘singular eyed’ seer far-sight.
A number of scholars have debated what exactly Seiðr is; some have argued that it was shamanic of practice, since its ecstatic practitioners engaged in visionary journeys into other worlds throughout space and time, which of modern terminology would be termed as remote viewing.
Seiðr was primarily practiced by women, and like Succubae Witch wives, the Norse called Valkyries, they rode their (broomstick) spirit horses into trance.
Seiðr was also practiced by the shamanic deity, named, Odin, whose Succubae Witch handmaidens were the Valkyries, ringed around the Zodiac Ages of the thirty-six decans. Odin was simultaneously responsible for war, poetry and sorcery. But it was the Goddess of Witchcraft, who was also the mistress of the Valkyries, called Freyja, who originally taught the practice of Seiðr to Odin.
If the name of Seere is indeed derived from the term of Seiðr, the symbolism of the winged horse may offer further insight into the matter, should it be a veiled symbolic reference to the practice; since the Goetia dates from the witch burning era, when much of the pre-Christian elder lore was lost.
The symbolism of the winged horse is very much a creature of shamanic lore, which is especially the case in North Central Asia, across the steppe unto Siberia, where you find Mongolian shamans speaking of a personal psychic power, called Hii (wind), or Hiimori, which means Windhorse. The Windhorse in Norse mythology would be represented as an eight-legged-mare, called, Sleipnir, which is ridden by Odin. The name of Sleipnir means, ‘gliding one.’
The Hiimori is seen to be housed within the chest area of the heart; its power is basically the ability to induce hypnagogic (gliding) trance, which will vary in its power according to how you use it, such as for remote viewing, for example; hence you also have the word, Seer, the name of Seere, and their root of Seiðr.
The practice of Seiðr is also associated with sex magic; however, the scholars are not too sure what form it took. What they do know, is that it was mainly practiced by women in Norse society. This can be easily sorted, when to look into other shamanic cultures, where you will duly find many a female shaman allowing themselves to be sexually possessed by male spirits, who were considered to be their spouses, which enabled the female shaman to negate the terror of trance ingress; in other words, her fear was otherwise transmuted into ecstatic union with the divine.
This practice can also be found in Mesopotamia, where the Prophetesses of the Middle Eastern temples became as (Shekinah) vessels for their ‘Animus’ God, just as the ancient Greek Priestesses of Delphi were possessed by the Sun God Apollo, who in Norse society would be equated with Odin.
You could even go as to far to say that the 1634 possessions of the Nuns of Loudun, and that of other Nuns was an inadvertent expression of this possession by their crucified God of the Solar Cross, amidst the twelve machismo apostles, who govern over the’Animus’ ages of the Nuns Zodiac.
There are hardly any cases of Monks being ecstatically possessed, unless they were otherwise sexually orientated. But then, the Nuns, if they be heterosexually inclined, have their Abrahamic all male ‘Animus’ focus of a patriarchal Father, Son and Holy Ghost to impregnate them, to thence birth a Beastly Moon Childe to later crucify of Solar sacrifice.
One thing for sure, many a Witch was wise in this practice, who dallied with spirits conjured out of a Grimoire; wherefore explaining why the Fantasia entities listed in the Playgirl Grimoires are all Sorcerer Apprentice male of an ‘Animus’ fixation.
This isn’t to say male practitioners did not practice Seiðr; the difference being, a heterosexual male practitioner was not possessed by a female spirit; for being a man, he otherwise entered her, to thence ride as his ‘Anima.’ Whereupon, of a symbolic depiction, you have pre-Christian rock carvings of male figures sporting erections, mounting mares.
This was not literal, since, it is obviously bloody dangerous, let alone nigh impossible. The symbolism refers to a male practitioner interacting with a female spirit, symbolised as a mare, who represents the power of trance; wherefore you have Odin riding the (eight compass points) eight-legged-mare, Sleipnir.
Seere, would indeed be symbolised as a (Animus) male entity for a heterosexual female practitioner of Seiðr, who is ridden into ecstasy; whereas for a heterosexual male practitioner Seere is (Anima) female, who he rides into trance. If the practitioners are otherwise sexually orientated, then the internal dynamic changes in accordance with their preference. But what is interesting, is that there are no historical examples of any Playboy Grimoires listing only female spirits.
Should you reverse the classical all male Playgirl pantheon of the Goetia, then Seere is a Mighty Princess, and powerful, under AMAYAMONA, Queen of the far Eastern steppe of the shamans.
She appears in the form of a beautiful woman, riding upon a winged horse like Pegasus, or to otherwise appear as winged Centauress. Her office is to go and come; and to bring abundance of things to pass on a sudden, and to carry or re-carry anything whither you would have it to go, or whence you would have it from. She can pass over the whole Earth in the twinkling of a singular seer eye.
Wherefore, she gives a true remote viewing relation of all sorts of theft, and of treasure hid, and of many other things. She is of an indifferent good nature, and is willing to do anything which her master desires of her. She governs over twenty-six Legions of Succubae. And Seere’s Valkyrie Seal is to be meditated upon, before conjuring her within a lucid dream of Seiðr practice.