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The Satanic Feminine Divine: Part VI – Agerath

Originally published 7 March 2011. © Torey B. Scott Like Eisheth Zenunim, Agerath’s mythological origins lie primarily within Kabbalistic traditions. Along with the aforementioned, Lilith and Naamah, Agerath is one of the four Demon queens of sacred prostitution. She is considered to one of the brides of Samael alongside Her three sister Demonesses and Her …

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The Satanic Feminine Divine: Part V – Eisheth Zenunim

Originally published 7 March 2011. © Torey B. Scott Eisheth Zenunim’s origins lie primarily within Zoharistic Kabbalah. Alternate forms of Her name are Isheth Zenunim, Isheth Zennanim and Qodeshah. Alongside Her sister Demonesses, Eisheth Zenunim is regarded as the first of the four queens of the Demons—all goddesses of sacred prostitution and brides of Samael. …

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The Satanic Feminine Divine: Part IV – Gyllou (Abyzou)

Originally published 7 March 2011. © Torey B. Scott   Gyllou is one of the Demonesses sacred to women and to childbirth. Her origins are debatable as She Herself claims to have twelve and a half names. Gyllou’s primary name originated in Babylon, but Her others names are Amorphous, Abyzou, Karkhous, Brianê, Bardellous, Aigyptianê, Barna, …

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The Satanic Feminine Divine: Part I – Lilith

Originally published 7 March 2011.  © Torey B. Scott Perhaps the best-known Demoness of all time is Lilith. Although a vast number of variations and interpretations pertaining to Her origins and nature may be found scattered throughout the annals of religious traditions, Lilith is most often accepted to be the first wife of the Biblical …

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