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The theme of the Artwork is a symbolic merger between Hogwarts and St Trinian's, which of a Harem Art school is attended by Succubi Art Muses.
The structure of the Harem Art school is based upon the Cabbala and in turn the Tarot paths of the Cabbalistic planetary spheres.
In the grimoires seven Chakra planetary spheres are usually mentioned.
The Harem Art school exists within the realm of dreams, which can be accessed by a conjuring Surrealist Artist when attaining a lucid dream, wherein he can conjure the Succubi Art Muse archetypes of his Fallen Anima.
The depicted pose is based upon the illustration of Lucifuge Rofocale, which is to be found in the Grand Grimoire.
Lucifuge Rofocale is said to be the Prime Minister Of Hell.
Different editions date the Grand Grimoire to 1521, 1522 or 1421, but it was probably created during the early 19th century.
The Grand Grimoire was authored by someone named Antonio Venitiana del Rabina, who supposedly gathered occult information from the original Animus fixated writings of King Solomon.
The Grand Grimiore is also known as The Red Dragon, which contains instructions that are purported to summon machismo Lucifer or butch Lucifuge Rofocale, for the purpose of entering into a common selling of the soul contract with the Devil, who is essentially an archetype of the deified Animus, made as a God/Devil.
I have otherwise depicted Lilith as being the Headmistress of the Harem Art School, who is presenting a Coitus Pactum, which is to be signed in blood.
Lilith's Coitus Pactum ensures the return of the Fallen Anima (soul) belonging to the conjuring Faustian Surrealist Artist.
The Necronomicon upon the floor, amidst the Triangle Of Art, is an artistic creation of the Surrealist author, H.P. Lovecraft, which is described as being a banned tome, and like many another Playgirl grimoire of the deified Animus, made as a God/Devil, there is no mention of the Succubus archetypes of the Fallen Anima.
Hence a very real Necronomicon/Grand Grimoire would list the Playboy archetypes of the Fallen Anima, wherefore explaining why such a grimoire of a symbolic rebellion was never historically created, since it would of been censored, banned, as well as burnt along with its politically incorrect artistic creator.
The Artwork pertains to the 3rd Saturnian sphere of Binah.
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