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TIME THAT DEVOURS ALL THINGS, CANNIBAL WITCH GIRL FURCAS

Posted in Art, Chaos Magic, Comics, Goetia Girls, Occultism, Sex Magic, Shamanism, Sorcery, Succubus, Surrealism, Time Travel, Tulpa Creation, Witchcraft with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 2, 2018 by FAUSTUS CROW

The above Artwork depicts a character named Dolcetta, who is featured in a comic, entitled, The Sacrifice Of Gigi, which can be found on the ‘Erotic Mad Science website.’ Should you want to see the finished Artwork in full on the Erotic Mad Science Website, Please Click Here.

Dolcetta’s name is derived from Dolcett, which has become a term for an extremely dark fetish involving cannibalism. However, in many an ancient myth, the motif of cannibalism symbolically represents the process of time, such as the Hindu/Tantric Goddess of time, named, Kali, who has cannibalistic tendencies. (The symbolic usage of cannibalism is not literal.)

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Or the ancient Greek myth about the God of time called Chronos who eats his own children, etc, let alone that of consuming the body of Christ. (A preparatory quick A5 sketch for the finished A4 Artwork of Dolcetta/Furcas can be found below.)

As the Roman poet Ovid would say, “Tempus Edax Rrerum,” which means, “Time that devours all things;” you also have, “Tempus Omnia quæ devoratrix.”

My symbolic alchemy depiction of Dolcetta refers to the Succubus archetype of the Fallen Anima, named, Furcas who is the only spirit whom is associated with the planetary sphere of Saturn in the classical Goetia.

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The Roman God named Saturn was originally based upon the ancient Greek God Chronos. (Another preparatory quick A5 sketch version for the A4 Artwork of Dolcetta/Furcas can be found below.)

 

It is said that the conjuration of Furcas inspires Philosophy, Astronomy (Astrology [Zodiac ages] to some authors), Rhetoric, Logic, Chiromancy and Pyromancy. (The etymology of the name Furcas may have been derived from the Latin word furca, meaning fork, or from Greco-Roman also meaning a sepulchre.)

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The classical Goetia image of Furcas, depicts an Old Father Time archetype of the deified Animus holding a fork (trident) or a sharp (scythe) knife/sword, who manifests riding a horse, which may have originally been an Eight-Legged-Mare.

My depiction of Dolcetta/Furcas has her pulling the ‘pony’-tail of another female character in the comic, named, Gigi who is willingly sacrificing her (Zodiac age) life, while Dolcetta/Furcas holds her sacrificial blade.

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Some would interpret the name of Gigi as being of similarity to an old English nickname, for a racehorse, as in Gee-Gee, as well as referring to the letter ‘G’ of a ‘Crossbones’ Gebo Rune and the Hebrew letter, Gimel.

You also have the 1944 French novel, entitled Gigi by the French writer Colette. The novel focuses on Gigi, who is a young Parisian girl being groomed for a career as a juicy sopping wet courtesan.

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She eventually enters into a Tantric relationship with a wealthy cultured man, named, Gaston who falls in love with Gigi and eventually marries her.

Colette’s novel could otherwise be surrealistically reinterpreted of symbolic alchemy, where you have a young Parisian girl being groomed as a sacrificial dish, along with other courtesan cannibal dishes within Dolcetta’s sepulchre of a Kalachakra Zodiac kitchen for the likes of Gastronomic, Gaston.

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The character of Gaston can be seen as a Freemason, who desires  to consume Gee-Gee, when he realises, she is his (G) Anima whom weaves his experience of TARDIS time.

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But it is Dolcetta/Furcas, who as Kali reveals to ‘Old Man’ Gaston that he can consume a Zodiac age of a time just like Chronos, rather than being eaten by it; for the process of time is indivisible to consciousness, they are one and the same. Time is a matter of perception within your experiential Maya reality of a Matrix TV show.

As mentioned, The Dolcetta comic and other comics can be found on the Erotic Mad Science Website.

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