Goetia Girls

Goetia Girls : Succubus Art Book 2

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Most Grimoires only describe male Angels and Demons, all as Incubi. There is no historical evidence of a Grimoire listing female Spirits, until now! This is Book TWO of a Surrealist exploration, into an alternate Goetia, listing salacious Succubae (Dakinis), whose reptilian hunger would freak out Aleister Crowley and H.P. Lovecraft, let alone David Icke. Whereby explaining why the church of Rome never allowed such a book to be created of a very real Necronomicon, which many a fearful Dan Brown monk did not ever consider authoring. Book ONE illustrated the first twelve Succubae of the Goetia. Book TWO illustrates the next twenty-four Succubae. Illustrated, in Colour.
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  • Paperback | 176 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 12mm | 336g
  • United States
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1522953906
  • 9781522953906
  • 2,155,697

About Faustus Crow

Faustus Crow is principally a Surrealist Artist, who is also known as Mardun. Crow has an extensive experiential interest in shamanistic lucid dreaming, which of a neurological Muse phenomenon has inspired artists, authors and inventors, etc, throughout the ages. Crow does not see a division between practicing Art and Sorcery; for both practices deal with symbolism, which is the subconscious language form of surrealist dreams, and of your fantastic Alice in Wonderland imagination. She to have birthed your culture from out of her Dakini womb of the painted cave, wherein the first Shaman, likened to a proto Hugh Hefner, dreamed as an Artist, creating Venus figurines, all as Succubae.
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