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The Ninth Succubus archetype of the Fallen 'Anima,' who is listed within a banned Entartete Kunst Playboy grimoire, entitled the Necronomicon, is called, Paimon.
She is a Great Witch Queen, and very obedient unto DIANA-LUCIFERA, whose black Sun flame, which illuminates the dream is that of the bio-photon fire, emanating from the mitochondrial DNA.
Paimon appears amidst the Triangle Of Art imagination of a conjuring Surrealist Artist in the form of an Art Muse sitting upon a Dromedary with a Crown most glorious upon her Art model head.
There goes before her also a host of Art Muse Succubi, who be female Genies, with trumpets and well sounding cymbals, and all other sorts of musical instruments, whom emanate from a harem city of dreams.
She has a most seductive voice, and seduces when consciously conjured within a lucid dream, and her hypnotic speech is such that the Surrealist Artist cannot well understand, unless he can compel her.
Her sigil of a meditative symbol is derived from the Playgirl grimoire of the deified Animus entitled the Goetia, whose right-hand-path Animus fixation has been widdershins-wise reversed.
An ancient legend relates that Paimon was incarcerated with her two handmaidens within a massive black granite sarcophagus under what is now known as Alexandria, wherein their immortal spirits sought to be once again freed after many aeons.
Then one day after many TV repeats of I Dream Of Jeannie, the sarcophagus was rediscovered by accident under the approaching red glare of Mars. Egypt's Ministry of Antiquities appointed a committee of archaeologists to open the relic, which was unearthed at a construction site.
When the sarcophagus was finally opened, it revealed three skeletons swimming amidst red-brown water, which gave off an unbearable stench as Paimon and her loyal handmaidens freed themselves from their vile imprisonment by the Animus cultists.
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