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Goetia Girls: Ponygirl Witch Shaman Trance by GHOSTCROW1 Goetia Girls: Ponygirl Witch Shaman Trance by GHOSTCROW1

The Seventieth Succubus of the Goetia is called Seere, Sear, Seir or Seidhr. She is a Mighty Princess, and Powerful, under AMAYAMONA, Queen of the far Eastern steppe of the shamans.

She appears in the form of a beautiful woman, riding upon a winged horse like the ancient Greek, Pegasus, or to otherwise appear as  winged Centauress.

Her office is to go and come; and to bring abundance of things to pass on a sudden, and to carry or re-carry anything whither you would have it to go, or whence you would have it from.

She can pass over the whole Earth in the twinkling of a singular eye. This she can do; for she is the same as what the Mongolian shamans speak of as being a personal psychic power, called Hii (wind), or Hiimori, which means Windhorse, the ancient Norse shaman knew as Sleipnir. The name of Sleipnir means, ‘gliding one.’

The Hiimori is seen to be housed within the chest area of the heart; its power is basically the ability to induce hypnagogic (gliding) trance, which will vary in its power according to how you use it, such as for remote viewing, for example.

Wherefore, she gives a true relation of all sorts of theft, and of treasure hid, and of many other things. She is of an indifferent good nature, and is willing to do anything which her master desires of her. She governs 26 Legions of Succubae.

And her two dimensional seal is to be meditated upon, while visualising her amidst your Triangle Of Art imagination, unto 'trance' to ride, prior to conjuring her within a lucid dream, of a three dimensional interaction.

The photomontage painting is featured in my first Goetia Girls: Succubus Art Book Grimoire, which is presently available via Createspace and Amazon in paperback.

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October 22, 2015
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