LEVIATHAN – Demonology, Satanism, Dragon Rouge

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What is the Leviathan? The sea dragon or snake of chaos. Academic overview from Mesopotamian mythology to the Demonizing operated by magicians and witches. Esoteric interpretations in Western Esotericism, Left-Hand Path, Rituals & symbols in Anton LaVey’s Satanic Bible and Dragon Rouge.

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Published on July 4, 2021