Weird Alice Samigina Of Under-Land


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Size: 11.7 H x 8.3 W x 0.1 in

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Art Description

Painting: Watercolor, Ink and Pencil on Paper.

The Artwork was done in Pencil, Pen brush and Ink pen. I used Derwent and Prismalo Aquarelle Water-Paint Pencils to colour in the Artwork, which I then 'Painted' to finalise the finer details.

My Artist's name is Mardun; whereas my Author's name is Faustus Crow; however, both to merge.

The Artwork is A4 in size (297 x 210 mm - 11.7 x 8.3 in), drawn and Painted on heavy cartridge paper, which is provisionally entitled: Weird (Wyrd) Alice Samigina Of Under-Land.

The term, Wyrd is an Anglo-Saxon word of similarity to the German: Erscheinung, meaning, any state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning.

Although, Wyrd is also symbolically associated with a vast web, which connects everything in creation, whose (Superstring) threads, when trembled by the microcosmic dream conjurations of a crafty sorcerer can bring about macrocosmic phenomena, such as consciously engineered synchronicities, for example.

The English word, Weird is originally derived from the Anglo-Saxon, Wyrd.

Samigina is described as being a spirit of the 'Luna' sphere, which is listed in a medieval Grimoire, entitled the Goetia, containing descriptions of seventy-two demons, that was famously edited by Aleister Crowley in 1904 as The Book of the Goetia of Solomon the King.

Samigina is classically depicted as manifesting as a small Horse/Pony or Ass, when it is conjured amidst a Triangle Of Art, which is drawn by a conjurer upon the floor, just outside of his magic circle, so as to contain and constrain the conjured spirit. The classical description is as follows:

"The Fourth Spirit is Samigina, a Great Marquis. He appeareth in the form of a little Horse or Ass, and then into Human shape doth he change himself at the request of the Master. He speaketh with a hoarse voice. He ruleth over 30 Legions of Inferiors. He teaches all Liberal Sciences, and giveth account of Dead Souls that died in sin. And his Seal is this, which is to be worn before the Magician when he is Invocator, etc."

Most of the spirits listed in the patriarchal Grimoires are described as being all male of an 'Animus' fixation, even if a 'very few' are described as appearing as a female entities; their primary gender form is still seen to be male, such as Samigina, for example, who is also known as Gamigin.

Samigina was one of the few spirits Aleister Crowley had illustrated when he to have conjured in Boleskine house near unto Loch Ness before his occult ascendancy. All of his illustrated spirits of the Goetia, have priapic erections; but then Crowley's sexual orientation was bisexual at a time, when such was considered to be most Wicked; whence Oscar Wilde fell foul of bigoted laws.

Whereupon Crowley had no need to rebel against the all male symbolic paradigm of the deified 'Animus,' apart from shocking homophobic Muggles.

However, since the feminine principle has been castigated into the depths of Hell by the Right-Hand-Path 'Animus' fixated Grimoires; for there be no female spirits listed in their numerous 'Playgirl' tomes, I have otherwise rebelliously depicted Samigina as a Succubus fluctuation of the Fallen 'Anima,' to list within my Left-Hand-Path 'Playboy' Grimoire.

Well, what do you expect, I'm heterosexual; I far prefer conjuring up Art Muses amidst my Triangle Of Art imagination, to draw and paint into Entartete Kunst manifestation within a lucid dream.

As for the fictional Necronomicon, created by the surrealist author H.P Lovecraft, which he described as being banned by the Church of Rome, a very real Necronomicon would list Succubae.

This is due to the fact that the commonality of the Playgirl Grimoires, both ancient and modern, sold by many a Hogwarts bookshop, do not list female spirits.

Hence a real Necronomicon of Entartete Kunst Sorcery would Playboy list the Succubus fluctuations of the fallen 'Anima.'

Wherefore, Samigina is otherwise described as:

"The Fourth Succubus of the Goetia is Samigina, a Great Marchioness. She initially appears in the form of a My Little Pony Princess Luna, amidst the Triangle Of Art Imagination, likened to a rocking horse or that of a latex clad Girl on all fours looking like a fetish hobbyhorse; and then appearing as a Gothic Vajrayogini Alice In Under-Land, she to change herself into at the request of her Mad Hatter Art master."

Samigina is depicted manifesting out of the Triangle Of Art, which also of shape, symbolically refers to the female genitalia.

The abstract Grimoire seal/sigil, representing a particular spirit, would be placed within the Triangle Of Art.

The classical Grimoire seal/sigil of Samigina, which is derived from the Goetia is shown within the Triangle Of Art, as well as a binding tattoo upon her right shoulder.

The Avadhuta style of the Discordian Artwork is Surrealist of Occult and modern symbolism; whereby, the Heyoka reference to My Little Pony Princess Luna.

Keywords: Pony, Vampire, Witch, Witchcraft, Woman, Symbolist, Succubus, Fantasy, Fetish, Ghost, Goth, Occult

Subjects: Erotic

Styles: Figurative, Fine Art, Surrealism

Mediums: Watercolor, Ink, Pencil

Materials: Paper

Prints: Erotic Art Prints, Figurative Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Surrealism Art Prints, Watercolor Art Prints, Ink Art Prints, Pencil Art Prints, Paper Art Prints

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