Seal of Lucifer
Symbol of creation, existence and power.
The Seal of Lucifer was first documented in the 16th century (1517) Grimoirium Verum also known as the Grimoire of Truth (published in Italy). The document was purportedly written as a practical guide to invoking and working with Lucifer, Beelzebub and Astaroth and their lesser demons, but it is very steeped in Judeo-Christian religious dogma and the rituals and invocations should not be trusted by a satanic.
The purpose of the Sigil of Lucifer is that of a visual invocation tool during the ritual. By performing the appropriate ritual, the seal acts as a door to invoke and bestow the power and presence of Lucifer. Contrary to popular belief, the seal was never intended or created as an identifying symbol or patron’s coat of arms. However, many modern Satanists use the seal as an emblem and for its original intent, as a powerful ritual tool. Luciferians also use this seal but they also have their own distinctive version which they use on a more widespread basis.
For many decades the graphic elements of the seal have been identified with specific characteristics. The overall seal appears as a chalice, representing creation, the fertile darkness that awaits and ready for unspeakable possibilities. It should be emphasized that this seal is a tool for invoking Lucifer, that Lucifer is considered to be the bringer of light and wisdom in the dark (which was invoked through this seal).
The “X” above the seal indicates the power and realm of the physical plane; his passion and sensuality that drives all entities. The inverted triangle represents water, often referred to as the original “Elixir of Ecstasy” without which physical life could not exist. The “V” at the bottom of the seal represents the duality of all things; dark and light, male and female and the power of convergence of the two in a single balance, creation and existence demonstrating. “” The Lucifer Seal is also known as the Lucifer Seal, Diabolus Seal, Satan Seal, Satan Seal and Satan Seal.
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