Author: Kerr Cuhulain
Posted: July 17th. 2004
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As we saw in the entry for Leviathan, above, Samael appears in Norman Mitchell's Hidden Practices. Samael is an angel that appears in many different grimoires, including the Theosophia Pneumatica, the Lemegeton, Eliphas Levi's Transcendental Magic, and Barrett's The Magus. Samael is nowhere identified with Satan or the Devil.
You're probably thinking, "you're kidding, right?" I'm afraid not. Santa Claus has been listed as a form of Satan in several of the texts that I've come across. For example, in American Focus on Satanic Crime, Alan Peterson claims that "Christmas has always been a time for joy and glee for children (and grownups too)... I truly hope that you will do everything you can to keep the dream and the reality alive for all Children... Because Still Another `Group' Has Gone and Done It Again!!! We received a flier, through the mail, from `the foundation of Santa Knowledge' of Berkeley, California, which is trying to `Get Santa Out of Christmas'. They have decided that the `Number of Santa's Elves', (or `imps' as they call them) to be none other than (you guessed it) `666'; They have spelled `Santa' vertically and `Satan' horizontally, intersecting at the letter `T'- Well, you know the rest- with that configuration, you get an Upside-Down Cross; and to make things more difficult they cite `The Hidden Book of Nicolas' and the `book of Fala' as their sources. In addition, the group describes `Dear Old saint Nick' or `Santa Claus' as a `evil sinister being', wearing a Satanic Red Suit, living at the `Icy Cold'realm of Hell at the North Pole and using Deer like `familiars' And More... Either someone has gone to a great deal of time and trouble to further declare total war on our children or this is the result of bonafide research. We are seeking any type of information available on the group and its `work'..."
A demon listed on the Madrak's Demonbusters site is "San Nicolas (Santa Claus)" Santa also shows up in Jim Zilonka's Cultivate Ministries newsletter:
"God tells us not to be ignorant concerning Satan's devices... EXAMPLE ... He has replaced the actual meaning of the birth of Christ with a substitute, Santa Claus. Here, a supposed saint, (Saint Nicholas) has a name change. Saint becomes Santa. Change two letters around and you have 'Satan.' Can you see the arrogance? 'Easter,' the resurrection of Christ. How did it become Easter? Easter of Ishtar (Egyptian) is the name of Samirmas [sic], mother of Nimrod (see the book Mystery Babylon, Ancient and Modern). In fact, this is a very good reference book to show that the Roman Catholic Church is directly linked up with the whore of Babylon of Rev. 17-18."
We encountered misinformation like this concerning Easter earlier too: In the claims of Tom Sanguinet. Easter is named for Eostre or Ostara, a Teutonic Goddess. Zilonka as not only misspelled the name Semiramis, he has repeated the same error that we found Marquis making: Semiramis was not the mother of Nimrod. There is no Goddess named Easter in the Egyptian pantheon, nor is it related to Semiramis. As you can see, Zilonka has his own interesting variations on history and scripture.
I have a copy of the flier that Peterson is referring to. It is a spoof of the Christian fundamentalist habit of seeking for supposedly hidden messages in everyday things, using Santa as the subject in this case. It was authored by some Pagans in California and was meant as a joke. Obviously Peterson has no sense of humor. Or common sense for that matter.
On the "Learn About The Real Enemy- Satan and his Followers- Names of Satan and His Demons" page of the Demonbusters web site "Sapphira" is listed as a demon. Sapphira isn't a demon: She was the wife of Ananias (Acts 5:1-10).
On Brown's "Unmasking The Truth About Witches: Their Deceptive Schemes, Old Tricks & Dirty Lies" web page, he states: "In Mastering Witchcraft: A Practical Guide for Witches¼ Paul Huson makes this statement - 'This is a beginner's guide to practical witchcraft, revealing the techniques and secret workings of those who practice the black arts. It presents the first steps to becoming a witch. It answers all the basic questions about spells, magical recipes, rituals, divination, covens, curses, apparatus, how to develop one's power, etc. From reciting the Lord's Prayer backward through, details for spells to arouse lust, attain vengeance.' Speaking of vengeance, consider this ritual of wrath 'a conjuration of the Horned One' recorded on page 186 - 'I conjure thee by Barabbas, by Satanas, by the devil cursed be! I summon thee by Barabbas, by Satanas by the devil conjured be! By the underworld itself.' Need I note that Barabbas and Satanas are references to the devil who is mentioned? Again, we see the attempt by modern witches to deny the truth." 
It is Brown who is covering up facts here. Paul Huson is not a Wiccan. The complete title of Huson's book is Mastering Witchcraft: A Practical Guide For Witches, Warlocks, and Covens. Note how Brown has deleted the final three words to make the title of Huson's book seem more like that of a Wiccan author: Huson uses terms like "warlock" that no Wiccan would use. The titles of some of Huson's other books give you a clearer idea of where he is coming from: The Coffee Table Book of Witchcraft and Demonology and The Devil's Picturebook: The Compleat Guide to Tarot Cards, Their Origins and Their Usage. Mastering Witchcraft incorporates a lot of the Inquisitional nonsense about Witchcraft including the Black Mass and describes how to use magic for vengeance and spite. These are direct violations of the Wiccan Rede ("Do whatever you will so long as it harms none"). Huson's Mastering Witchcraft contains instructions on how to invoke demons, which is not a Wiccans practice. In Mastering Witchcraft, Huson refers to Cernunos as the Devil or Satan.
Barabbas is the name of a convicted murderer that was a prisoner of Pontius Pilate. Barabbas is mentioned in Matthew 27:16/17/21, Mark 15:11, Luke 23:18 and John 18:40 that the crowds wanted released instead of Jesus. It doesn't appear in any of the grimoires of Ceremonial Magick that I have collected over the last 33 years. It is a mystery why Huson is using it as the name of a demon in his book. Huson got the name Satanas from the original Greek transliteration of the Hebrew word "ShTN" meaning "adversary" or "accuser". The Greek term Satanas led to the modern English transliteration "Satan" used in English speaking countries today. In other words, Mastering Witchcraft is a book of Satanic magic and Huson is using the term witchcraft to refer to magic, not Wicca.
Brown thinks that he has scored a point by pointing out that the inverted pentagram is used as a symbol of the second degree in Gardnerian (he spells this "Gardinarian") and Alexandrian Wicca. Brown insists that this is proof that Wiccans are Satanists. This is, as you have seen from examples earlier in my book, a very common tactic of our detractors: Claim that all symbols have only one meaning each. In fact the opposite is true. What this really proves is that many different organizations can use the same symbol to mean entirely different things.
In Mystery Mark of the New Age, Texe Marrs states: "Could the son of the Mother Goddess, the Son of Perdition who is the Antichrist, be a modern-day version of Saturn, the great Sun God of Rome? If we are to believe the astonishing teachings of prominent New Age religious teachers, Saturn is to come to life and is fated to become the Great World Ruler for the New Age Kingdom. Saturn had his dark side too. He was called the underworld's Lord of Death. The Hindus worshipped him under the name Shiva the Destroyer. Babylonian and Chaldean astrologers called him Aciel, the Sun of the Night. Aciel is today the name of the spirit whom many witches and satanists frequently conjure up to do their bidding."
Saturn (cognate with the Greek God Cronus) was an early Roman God of planting and harvest who was deposed as the king of the Gods by Jupiter. Saturn was never a Roman Sun God as Marrs suggests, nor was he cognate with the God Shiva. Shiva ("benevolent") was a Hindu Lord of the dance, the cycle of birth-death-rebirth. The name Aciel isn't used by any Wiccan group: Aciel is an obscure figure who is one of the seven Electors serving under the angel Raphael in Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy and in The Testament of Solomon.
Seirm is listed as a demon in the "Learn About The Real Enemy- Satan and his Followers- Names of Satan and His Demons" page of the Demonbusters web site. "Seirim" (se`irim) was a word that we encountered in my description of the origin of demons at the beginning of this article. It is a word translated as "devil" in several parts of the Bible, including 2 Chronicles 11:15; Leviticus 17:7; 2 Kings 23:8; and Isaiah 13:21; 34:14. I'm not aware of any mention of a demon by this name in any other text.
The Madraks list "Shedim" as a demon on the "Learn About The Real Enemy- Satan and his Followers- Names of Satan and His Demons" page of the Demonbusters web site. As I told you at the beginning of this article, this is simply the Hebrew word for "demon".
The name Semiramis came up in "Doc" Marquis's definition of Eostre, which I pointed out in an earlier article in this series. Semiramis is a Greek rendering of the Assirian name Sammuramat. Sammuramat was the mother of the Assirian king Adadnrari III, who reigned from 810- 783 BCE. Her husband was Shamshiadad V (823-811 BCE). In Greek myths Semiramis is the founder of the city of Babylon. Nimrod was not the son of Semiramis/Sammuramat. According to the Bible, Nimrod was the son of Cush. While Semiramis was a real person, there is nothing outside of the Bible which indicates that Nimrod was an historical figure. The Bible calls Nimrod the founder of Nineveh. Isaac Asimov, in Asimov's Guide to the Bible, states that he believes that Nimrod was Ninurta, founder of the Assyrian Empire or Naram-Sin or a combination of both. Asimov figured that Nimrod might be the Greek's mythical figure Ninus. Semiramis is not connected to Eostre at all.
The Madraks list "Tarsus" as a demon on the "Learn About The Real Enemy- Satan and his Followers- Names of Satan and His Demons" page of the Demonbusters web site. This is another Biblical place name, not a demon. Tarsus ("dove") can be found in Acts 9, 11 and 21.
The modern fundamentalist Christian phobia of anything with horns has turned the original connotations connected to this symbol around and turned it into exactly the opposite of its original interpretation. For example, Mary Ann Herold lists the unicorn twice. First you find a crude line drawing of a unicorn with the simple caption "unicorn". Four pages later there is another crude drawing of a unicorn horn with the caption "Unicorn Horn. Also called the Italian horn Devil blesses finances [sic]". In Turmoil in the Toybox, Phil Phillips claims that "Unicorns and winged horses, also known as a pegasus, are derived from Greek and Roman mythology. Many of the gods are to have owned these mythical creatures [sic]. In fact, Pegasus, owned by Bellerophon, was a winged steed, unwearying of flight, which swept through the air as swift as a gale of wind. It was believed by the Greeks that Pegasus sprang from Gorgon's blood after Perseus, another mythological character, killed her. Pegasus received its powers to fly when fitted with a golden bridle. After the death of his master, which Pegasus deliberately caused, Pegasus went to live in Zeus's, god of thunder and lightning, stables [sic]. It was Pegasus's job to bring the lightning bolts and thunder to Zeus whenever he needed them."
Phillips makes it sound like unicorns and winged horses are both called "a pegasus", which is not true. In fact there was only one winged horse called Pegasus in Greek mythology. Phillips is correct in his description of how Pegasus was created from the blood of a Gorgon, but there were three Gorgons in Greek mythology (Euryale, Stheno and Medusa) and he doesn't seem to realize this. The Gorgon whom Perseus decapitated was Medusa, whose gaze turned people to stone. Pegasus did not receive its powers to fly from the golden bridle. The bridle was the gift of the Goddess Athena to Bellerophon, allowing him to tame Pegasus. Pegasus did not cause the death of Bellerophon. Bellerophon attempted to fly Pegasus to the home of the Gods at Olympus, and Zeus sent a gadfly to sting Pegasus, unseating Bellerophon who fell to his death. Zeus subsequently made Pegasus into a constellation of stars in the sky.
Phillips' poor grammar in the second to the last sentence makes it difficult to say whether he thinks that Zeus is supposed to be the God of lightning bolts and thunder or the God of stables. I don't know where he got that. Zeus is not the God of stables. Zeus was the leader of the Olympian Gods, and just happened to also be the God who caused lightning.
Another thing that you can see from this statement is that Phillips doesn't like unicorns. He doesn't just confuse them with winged horses. He said that unicorns originated in Greek and Roman mythology, but in fact they are far older, having originally appeared in ancient Mesopotamian art. Later Phillips makes this further comment about unicorns that clearly demonstrates his ignorance of what unicorns are:
"Unicorns also are a symbol of the New Age Movement, which also is in direct contradiction to Scripture. New Agers consider the unicorn a symbol of innocence and gentleness personified in the conquering child Horus. The Egyptian solar hero is said to conquer through gentility. The New Age, also known as the Golden Age, is referred to as the Age of Aquarius and the Eon or Horus. Thus, in reality, the unicorn is the symbol of the future conqueror who will bring peace to the earth. The unicorn is a symbol of the anti-Christ, which the prophet Daniel described in his vision as the little horn which rises in the midst of the ten horns."
Phillips is referring here to the vision of Daniel in Daniel 7:8 of the Bible, and he isn't the first person that I've showed you that used it. The story of the Egyptian God Osiris (the son of Horus) has many parallels to the story of Christ. Both were mythical figures who died and were resurrected. The unicorn has nothing to do with the myth of Horus or Osiris, so its hard to say why Phillips has put the two together here.
Phillips transfers this nonsense about Pegasus and Unicorns into an attack on the cartoon My Little Ponies. Phillips makes the following odd statement regarding this cartoon:
"...The ponies are playing in a pastel world with green pastures and beautiful springs and brooks. Flying dragons coming down from Heaven with demonic-looking riders interrupt the tranquil scene. The rider's mission is to capture four of the ponies and take them back to the castle by midnight. A creature who is half man/half goat (the cartoon makes a special effort to draw your attention to his cloven hooves) greets the four ponies when they arrive. This creature also has horns protruding from the sides of his head and a bag hanging around his head.
"The creature's demonic looking cohort, named Scorepan,...and transforms them into giant dragons.
"Meanwhile the other ponies in the pasture go to the wizard for help in rescuing their friends. The wizard lives among the mushrooms. (In the drug culture, drug users call a particular hallucinogenic mushroom a 'magic mushroom'.) The wizard gives the ponies a piece of a rainbow, telling them that the power of the rainbow will help. The rainbow is a symbol representing the 'New Age Movement.' Armed with the piece of rainbow, the ponies and a little girl go to the castle, but get caught... the little girl throws the piece of rainbow into the air shouting, 'The power of the rainbow will defeat you.' In response, the half man/half goat creature releases his power of darkness, which forms a black rainbow that overshadows the one released by the little girl... [but] all of a sudden, the little rainbow overpowers the large black one and the spells are broken. The little girl squeals, "You can always depend on the power of the rainbow!"
The bit that Phillips throws in about magic mushrooms is totally irrelevant. The fact that the wizard in this cartoon lives in a mushroom patch has nothing to do with the use of hallucinogens. There isn't anything said about anyone consuming mushrooms and having hallucinations in this cartoon. The light versus darkness stuff and the reference to a half man, half goat is an obvious reference to Satan and other Christian mythological themes and in this case the bad guys are defeated. You'd expect that this would have been a good example of Christian morals but Phillips misses this entirely.
In Johanna Michaelson's Your Kids and the Occult she states that "The myth of the unicorn probably originated in ancient Babylon. It has generally been regarded as a symbol of purity, despite the fact that ancient legends ascribe to it some decidedly impure and unvirginal activities... New Agers have, in fact, adopted the unicorn as one of their major symbols, viewing it as 'the spark of divine light in the darkness of matter and evil', and as a symbol of the great world leader whom they expect to bring peace on earth in the New Age. The Bible identifies this leader as the Antichrist, the little horn that rises in the midst of the ten horns which Daniel saw in his vision (Daniel 7:8)"
It is interesting that Michaelsen should claim that ancient legends surrounding the unicorn "ascribe to it... impure and unviringal actitiies", since the early Church viewed it as a symbol of Christ, who raised up a horn of salvation for mankind and dwelt in the womb of the Virgin Mary. This is the basis for the medieval belief that the only person that could tame a unicorn was a female virgin. This is just another example of that modern fundamentalist Christian allergy to anything with horns.
Thomas Carder's ChildCare Action Project/Christian Analysis of American Culture web site includes this definition: "UNICORN HORN OR LEPRECHAUN STAFF: Brought about by the Druids, this horn was used to castrate animals and humans and to conjure luck and personal gain. It has a hex on it to protect the bearer from the 'evil eye' discussed below. It is also used to invoke protection of personal finances -- more reliance on or solicitation of unholy power."
In Mystery Mark of the New Age, Marrs goes after unicorns too. He states: "The unicorn is today pictured as a friendly and loving, gentle creature with great appeal to kids. But his origins are occultic. Nimrod, the 'Great Hunter' and man-god of Babylon, wore a headdress with a single horn protruding from the front." The unicorn appears in the Bible and was often used by the early church as a symbol of Christ, who raised up a horn of salvation for mankind and dwelt in the womb of the Virgin Mary. This is just another example of modern fundamentalist Christians labeling anything with horns as Satanic, regardless of what it actually represents. There is no reference in the Bible to Nimrod wearing a headdress with a single horn in front. Marrs probably got this idea from the comic style tracts of Jack Chick: Chick depicts Nimrod in this fashion in his comic mini tracts. Chick, in turn, may have adapted this idea from the reference to a single horn in Daniel 7:8 in the Bible. This vision of Daniel has nothing to do with Nimrod.
In the File 18 newsletter, Lt. Larry Jones quotes Al Dager of the Christian organization Media Spotlight: "The New Age Movement has adopted [the unicorn] as it's symbol. This movement is founded on strong eastern mysticism footings, encompassing '... the women's liberation and gay rights movements... worship of nature... casting off of Biblical morality... re-adoption of witchcraft techniques... including occult healing, holism... visualization, regression, rebirthing, etc... The androgynous unicorn has been merely a foreshadowing of the uni-sex mentality... and... acceptance of the reality, the symbol of a future conqueror Horus- believed by New Agers to personify the world conqueror overcoming by gentility who will bring peace to the earth. Who is this but the anti-Christ (the little horn that rises in the midst of the ten horns in Daniel's vision (Daniel 7:8) for whom the world waits, unaware of his true nature?...'"
This statement by Dager is full of anti-feminist and anti-gay sentiments. This is not the sort of objectivity that I would expect from a police officer. Dager and Jones are making broad generalizations about the New Age, which consists of many different groups. Jones and Dager lump everything that is not Christian into one arbitrary category: Satanism.
The concept of the unicorn is very old, having originally appeared in ancient Mesopotamian art. The earliest description in Greek literature was by Ctesias (c. 400 BCE), who was probably describing a rhinoceros. The unicorn was often likened by the early church as a symbol of Christ, who raised up a horn of salvation for mankind and dwelt in the womb of the Virgin Mary. This is the basis for the medieval belief that the only person that could tame a unicorn was a female virgin. You'll discover that people like Herold are probably including references to single horns due to the influence of Daniel 7:8 ("I considered the horns, and, behold, there came up among them another little horn..."). Dager claims that unicorns were the product of a mistranslation of a Hebrew word "re-em" by Greek scholars. Dager says that "re-em" referred to a certain kind of animal.
Lou Sloat's Texas Ritualistic Crime Information Network Occult Crime Manual lists "Uroboros" as "A serpent depicted as eating his own tail; the symbol being used to show the unity of the sacrificer and the one being sacrificed." While a uroboros is indeed a snake eating its own tail. It is meant to be a symbol of eternal life, not a symbol of sacrifice. It combines images of the circle (a universal symbol of eternity) and the snake, who sheds its dead skin to take on new life.
In Mystery Mark of the New Age, Texe Marrs claims that "The Mother Goddess was at the head of the Mystery Religion (thus, 'Mystery Babylon'). Hers was the religion in which temple prostitutes were employed as priestesses to initiate candidates into the 'Mysteries'. The religion was also marked by its beliefs in astrology, an occult science which originated in Babylon. The Goddess was the original Virgo of the Zodiac signs; ironically, sign of Virgo represents the 'Celestial Virgin'. To many in the today's New Age Movement, the symbol of Virgo- and in fact the entire field of astrology- has profound religious significance. New Age astrology is not the fun and games of your daily horoscope in the newspaper. It is serious business..." Marrs goes on to take a remark by Alice Bailey that Virgo is a triple symbol to conclude that "In New Age astrology, Virgo thus represents the triangle, which, as I have explained, is an ancient satanic symbol much in vogue today among New Agers and occultists."
The triangle is not a Satanic symbol, as I've pointed out elsewhere in this series. Virgo, also known as Astraes, was the daughter of Jupiter and Themsis. Virgo was a Roman Goddess of Justice, according to Hesiod. One of the constellations that is used in astrology is named for her. Bailey's remark about Virgo having a "triple" aspect is probably in reference to a traditional grouping within astrology that groups signs associated with the same elements together. Virgo is in a triplicity with Taurus and Capricorn, because all three are related to the element earth, Aquarius, Gemini and Libra are in a triplicity because all three are related to air, and so on. All of the signs of the zodiac are thus connected in triplicities. This does not mean, as Marrs suggests, that Virgo's symbol is the triangle. Not one of the signs of the zodiac uses a triangle as its symbol. The symbol of Virgo resembles a stylized letter "M" with a loop at the end. Nor does the fact that Virgo is usually listed as the sixth of twelve signs of the zodiac mean that the number six is significant to Virgo. Assigning numbers to things is a numerological practice, not an astrological one.
Astrology did not originate in Babylon. This is the fundamentalist revisionist history stuff again. The Babylonians practised early forms of astrology, but Ice Age bone markings suggest knowledge of the phases of the moon as early as 32,000 years ago.
The Madraks list :"Zamzummim" as a demon on the "Learn About The Real Enemy- Satan and his Followers- Names of Satan and His Demons" page of their Demonbusters web site. This is an order of fallen angels in both Enoch I and the Dictionaire Infernal.
Madrak's short list of "Gods / Goddesses" includes Zeus on their Demonbusters web site. Zeus was the father and ruler of the Olympian Gods in Greek mythology. He was the son of Rhea and Cronus. He rescued his brothers and sisters Demeter, Hades, Hera, Hestia and Poseidon from Cronus, becoming the supreme God. The Roman God Jupiter took on many of the characteristics of Zeus. Zeus is the name given to one of the eight symbolic planets in Uranian astrology. Zeus is a God mentioned in the initiation of the Practicus Grade of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn.
Continue on to Definitions... Demons (A-B) - Demons (C-G) - Demons (H-L) - Demons (M-R) - Demons (S-Z)
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 "Exposing Caribbean Witchcraft" http://www.demonbuster.com/zman4‑7.html
 Cultivate Ministries newsletter, July 90, pg 1.
 "Demons and Characteristics" http://www.demonbuster.com/zpart2‑w11.html
 (1997). "Unmasking The Truth About Witches: Their Deceptive Schemes, Old Tricks & Dirty Lies," http://logosresources.org/idx_occult.htm.
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 "Demons and Characteristics" http://www.demonbuster.com/zpart2‑w11.html
 Herold, Mary Ann. (1984). A Basic Guide to the Occult for Law Enforcement Agencies, pg 33.
 Ibid, pg 37.
 Phillips, Phil: Turmoil in the Toybox, pg 78/79.
 Ibid, pg 79, emphasis in original.
 Ibid, pg 80, emphasis in original.
 Michaelsen, Johanna. Your Kids and the Occult, pg 10/11.
 Carder, Thomas. Back To School Special, ChildCare Action Project: Christian Analysis of American Culture, http://www.capalert.com/backtoschool/backtoschool.htm.
 Marrs, Texe. Mystery Mark of the New Age, pg 116.
 File 18 newsletter, Vol. 2, No. 87-5, pg 10.
 Ibid, pg 9.
 Sloat, Lou. (Date unknown). Texas Ritualistic Crime Information Network Occult Crime Manual, pg 24.
 Marrs, Texe: Mystery Mark of the New Age, pg 66.
 "Demons and Characteristics" http://www.demonbuster.com/zpart2‑w11.html
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