I’ll be covering the Archangel Metatron today; He is the ruler of the kabbalistic sphere Kether, representing cosmic wisdom and power through which God manifests into the rest of our world. Interesting to note that His face also appears on the first pentacle of the Sun, and known as the “face of God”; see the featured image.
From an occult point of view, I can see why Metatron has the highest position in the kabbalah; He corresponds to Scorpio (20°- unconventional) and is not Martian obviously, but it refers to His way of working, which is intense; Metatron is such a versatile one; can provide money, clairvoyance & understanding of the universe/ cosmos, prominence + the ability to be a good spokesman, thereby gaining support from parties, mastery of practically any artform (e.g. science, metaphysics) & information on past lives. All of the aforementioned are what He offers as a strong suit and as I mentioned before, He’s quite the multi-tasker.
Appearance is that of a transparent old man with beard, but in all honesty it can safely be stated that He has none, and He told me this too; I saw Him change forms intermittently and the above-mentioned form is a projection of my own subconscious as how to see Him.
I’ll be covering the Greek goddess Hecate today, or Hekate; She was known and associated with Necromancy and black magick in general, light too and so on.
Hecate is Martian (0° in Scorpio- ready) and has a strong affinity for necromancy, unsurprisingly of course; this is her forte. She absolutely excels in this and offers to the average person, aside from that, financial support within a household, but drawback about Her is that She does make one fussy about mundane things in daily life in workings. Appearance is that of a woman with three heads, beautiful though. She seems to be short and straight to the point, not that I mind. Prefer it that way in this situation.
I’ll be covering the greek god Poseidon today; He was known by the greeks for being Lord of the sea for one, and horses. He was known as Neptune by the Romans.
Poseidon offers to the average person the ability to deal with others in a proper manner, in the way of relationships and marriages; these kind of close bonds can under Him be very gentle and fun loving. Other things are the ability to see through situations and the motives of others in daily life, as well as overall progress in everyday or common dealings.
Poseidon is solar (4° in Leo- researcher) and a stable one to work with, but He does place boundaries on what He does and how far He’ll go in working with someone or workings, as more than a few gods have this trait I’ve come to notice. He appears as an old man in white robe, holding a trident.
I’ll be covering the greek God Ares today, or Aries; He is known as the god of war to the greeks.
Ares is of course Martian (15° in aries- headstrong) and is therefore suited for things associated with Mars; battle, war, physical strength, tenacity and so on. Practical examples are gaining courage, physical fortitude. I must, however, note that Ares is an unstable companion emotionally, and reacts by impulse. He is prone to change His mind and behave erratically. This should come to no surprise based on His profile. He is more primal, and can behave like a wild animal, untamed, in that aspect.
Aside from the above, Ares can also have you see through the intentions of others and thwart those plans, a specialty of Him. He can be friendly despite His character in dealings. Ares appears as a roman soldier with shield and spear, reddish and golden.
Now it’s my turn, as He asked me. Hades has to be one of my favorites in terms of greek gods, but then again I always felt to dark spirits. Hades is the greek god for the underworld and of death, the greek version of Satan, to put it that way.
He is Saturnian with a hint of Plutonian, unsurprisingly (28° in Capricorn- public) and is coercive by nature, very forceful and domineering; He can aid one in matters of clairvoyance & necromancy, and other general affairs e.g. financial aid, developing bonds with others and prominence.
He has told me that He isn’t just good at the necromancy bit that all know Him for, and likes to commit to the other tasks too. He appears as a man encircled by darkness, and also as a dark roman infantryman.
I’ll be discussing the infernal spirit Mephistopheles in this article; generally speaking, people know him from the story where Faust sells His soul or at least gambles it in dealing with Mephisto (his name is shortened like this). In it, He is said to be an agent of Satan, which He is.
Mephisto is A LOT like Satan, a true “mimic-er”; Jupiterian (28° in Pisces), with aggressive traits (martian traits). He is able to bring one overall progress and money, but at the cost of instability and erraticness. The same way that Satan generally operates. Other Jupiterian things are also on the table of course, like psychic abilities etc. but to a lesser degree, as well as any other general goal.
Mephistopheles does NOT have others beneath Him, so He is an independent agent in the literal sense. I personally don’t like His modus operandi, as well as Satan’s; I despise erratic workings, but for those that aren’t deterred by this, go ahead. Mephisto is strong. Lastly, He appears (again) just like Satan but with small, minor traits that are different, yet noticeable to me (I’ll never mistake Him for Satan); a roman soldier with wings…but again, it’s different, not like Satan…like twins almost, but twins that have discernible differences. Also like a general demon: a slender figure with elf like traits.
It’s Baphomet’s turn to be written about; What do I know about Him off the top of my head? That He was an entity worshipped by the Knights Templar in the crusader time period & that He is unjustly seen today or nowadays as a symbol for the devil (which doesn’t exist).
Now it’s time for facts about Baphomet from an occult perspective; He’s Lunar (Cancer, 8°- cunning) and quite the skilled one. Does well in matters of clairvoyance, money, and good fortune. Interesting story too from back in the day, as a beginner. I remember, when mastering astral traveling, seeing Baphomet once hovering above my physical body while being in astral form. I didn’t know what it meant back then, and honestly don’t know now even, I can merely speculate but it’s not worth to spend time, let alone resources on finding out. Most likely a preview of things to come or He was just drawn to me due to the magical activity. Baphomet can frequently be seen displaying the armsigns for as above, so below.
I shall be doing Adrammelech today; He is known as a God that was worshipped in biblical times.
“2 Kings 17:31 reports: “The Sepharvites burned their children in the fire as sacrifices to Adrammelech and Anammelech, the gods of Sepharvaim” (NIV). The Sepharvites are given as a people deported by the Assyrians to Samaria. Adrammelech and the god Anammelech (about whom likewise little is known) are again seemingly alluded to in 2 Kings 18:34: “Where are the gods of Hamath and Arpad? Where are the gods of Sepharvaim, Hena and Ivvah? Have they rescued Samaria from my hand?” (NIV). Isaiah 36:19 has an almost identical passage”.
I remember this, and what I also remember is that Adrammalech rules Samael, the Qliphoth. When I visited back then, He appeared as a black stallion, galloping around me and also when I did the black sun exercise. He asked me to write on Him and thus I am. I had the information on Him back when a customer asked me about Him due to an experience he had where he was saved by Him from drowning or something similar.
Adrammalech is Jupiterian (Pisces, 25°- fantastic) and radical at that, like most that are associated with the Qliphoth. But He is a pagan god as mentioned before and was most likely demonized by Christians. I must point out, lastly, that a lot of Spirits in the Goetia as well as the Qliphotic rulers are either Lunar, Jupiterian or Martian. Adrammelech is good for money and overall success, aside from clairvoyance. Drawback in dealings with Him is that He holds back and restricts himself, but as He puts it “I don’t hold back, I am merely careful”. So He has rules & morals in the sense of what He will do and what He won’t; kind of funny, for a pagan God. But clearly, even Gods have morals.
PS. Moloch, who shares rule with Satan regarding Thaumiel is Martian (22° in Aries- amusement). See pagan Gods II.
I’ll be discussing another Titan God this time, and I must say that the Titans really pack a punch, they really impress me with their power. Celestials are undisputed, and infernals coming in second but man, Gods like these impress me with their power & skill.
Iapetus is the one on point today, and He was also like his brother Cronus a ruler during the golden age. He is known for his craftsmanship & mortality. All of these things are true, as Iapetus does indeed cover those things, so learning an art form, work in general, rising to the top in whatever field you wish to desire or life overall, financial success & otherwise and clairvoyance (dealings with the dead/ death). Regarding appearance, He appears as a blonde, somewhat bulky man wearing armor and a spear with a viking helmet. He also has a purple glow to Him when disappearing.
PS name means “piercer” & He’s Jupiterian (29° in Sagittarius- artist) with strong Saturnian influences (Capricorn).
I’ll be covering the archangel Gabriel this time; He is one of the seven that stands before God and rules the Moon.
Gabriel is of course Lunar (9°- maternal) and therefore very friendly, loving and caring. He specializes generally in lunar matters, e.g. food, real estate, clairvoyance and so on. One of his strong suits is financial matters, so acquiring money. That includes finding missing treasure etc. Regarding appearance, Gabriel has a crown made of leaves and is a huge man, wearing blue robe with blue eyes and reminds me of Zadkiel & Raziel. But that’s normal, since all three have water-based attributes (Jupiter, Neptune & Moon strong in Pisces).
He is one of the most well known angels, but I never needed to work with Him so I cannot share more.