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The Beast of the Apocalypse, for the pizdets calendar by Yana Moskaluk

starxgoddess: “Haresis Dea (Female personification of heresy with the mythical monster mantichora.

Anatomy Occultus - You can see all the Masonic blue print for the altar and architecture, caduceus, kundalini spirit, and tree of life combined.

14 - La Temperanza (Temperance - tarot card)- Moderation-a card about alchemy or mixing and matching. You may have to try several approaches to things before you find what is truly right for you.

"BABALON! The manifestation of the Whore of the Scarlet Current, our lady of the magical power of the vibrations of the Serpent-Flame, unveiling the Gate of Infinite Space & Infinite Stars." - The Book of the Lovely Star, by Aleisterion

The manifestation of the Whore of the Scarlet Current, our lady of the magical power of the vibrations of the Serpent-Flame, unveiling the Gate of Infinite Space Infinite Stars." - The Book of the Lovely Star, by Aleisterion

The Whore of Babylon; sitting on the seven-headed beast, St John and the angel looking on from a cloud in top right corner. From a series of 21 woodcuts of the Apocalypse for Martin Luther’s.

The Whore of Babylon; riding the seven-headed beast; at left a monk and a king adoring her. Illustration to an unidentified New Testament edition. Woodcut Print made by Georg Lemberger The British Museum

In the world of tarot, the cards can be works of art unto themselves. One rare and stunning deck is the IONA Tarot, designed and printed by artist Giona Fiochi, who produced only 12 complete decks …

The Whore of Babylon illustration from Martin Luther's 1522 translation of the New Testament.  Workshop of Lucas Cranach. José Armando Flores Vázquez

The Whore of Babylon Illustration From Martin Luther’s Translation of the New Testament;

Baphomet is a term originally used to describe an idol or deity which the Knights Templar were accused of worshiping, and subsequently incorporated into disparate occult and mystical traditions. It appeared as a term for a pagan idol in trial transcripts of the Inquisition of the Knights Templar in the early 14th century, The name first came into popular English usage in the 19th century, with debate and speculation on the reasons for the suppression of the Templars.

Baphomet is a term originally used to describe an idol or deity which the…