Love is the law, love under will” and was conceptualized by an English writer named Aleister Crowley in the early 1900s. The symbol above is referred to as the Unicursal Hexagon and is the most important symbol of this religion. Though widely used by Aleistar, this symbol is believed to originate in 1639 having been developed by Blaise Pascal. The Beast Whose Number Is 666. Nov 08, 2020 A Typed/Corrected in Crowley's Hand, Two Page, Single Leaf Letter On A.C.' S Mark of the Beast letterhead with Striking 666 Sigil in Bright Red, to W. Dawson Sadler, Esq., Signed in full with Crowleys Phallic 'A', and typical of his later/last Signatures. Letter is Dated 16.10.45, with Envelope Postmarked '10 AM 18 OCT 1945 SUSSEX'.

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In Nomine Babalon

Babalon is a Thelemic Goddess, referred to as the Scarlet Woman, the Great Mother, and the Mother of Abominations. In Aleister Crowley’s Thoth Tarot deck, she is depicted in the Trumps XI card titled, “Lust.” On this card, she rides astride a beast holding reigns in one hand and a chalice in another.

Similarly, in the Thoth inspired Tabula Mundi Colores Arcus Tarot by M.M. Meleen, the special edition Babalon/Lust card depicts her riding a beast with seven heads. She is adorned in a sheer, crimson robe. And, she too holds a chalice raised to the sky.

Babalon is described in her aspects as a natural force who embodies both the lust of the spirit, and the liberation of human Spirit. In sacred geometry, she is the Feminine Principal. Her equivalent is the Flower of Life. She is also an eternally fertile force equated to Mother Earth and Gaia. Equivalent deities in other cultures, especially Egyptian, include Isis and Ma’at, and Sumerian deity, Ishtar.

The Great Mother

Her role as Divine Feminine and as the Great Mother is receptive. Within the Gnostic Mass, the Thelemic Goddess is mentioned in the Gnostic Creed:
And I believe in one Earth, the Mother of us all, and in one Womb wherein all men are begotten, and wherein they shall rest, Mystery of Mystery, in Her name BABALON.

In the animal kingdom her incarnation is the Queen Bee — the mother of all bees in a hive. At the height of the productive season a queen bee will mate and lay eggs continuously day and night. Without her, a colony will cease to continue surviving.

Bishops T. Apiryon and Helena of the Gnostic Catholic Church write:
“…as the Great Mother, represents MATTER, a word which is derived from the Latin word for Mother. She is the physical mother of each of us, the one who provided us with material flesh to clothe our naked spirits; …The Archetypal Mother, the Great Yoni, the Womb of all that lives through the flowing of Blood; She is the Great Sea, the Divine Blood itself which cloaks the World and which courses through our veins; and She is Mother Earth, the Womb of All Life that we know.

The Great Whore

As represented on the Qabbalistic Tree of Life, her color is crimson on the sphere of Binah, to mean, “Understanding” or “Taking In.” Presumably, it is this aspect of being in a state of perpetually receiving, that she is also known as The Great Whore. According to Thelemepedia: “Babalon bears this title because she denies no one.”

With regard to this, the article goes on to quote Crowley’s 15th Aethyr of The Vision and the Voice “…for she hath yielded up herself to everything that liveth, and hath become a partaker in its mystery. And because she hath made her self the servant of each, therefore is she become the mistress of all.”

In this context she is traditionally referred to as a woman of pure compassion. Crowley explained the sacramental wine which fills her cup is ‘compassion’, implying that giving ones self completely to service, is an act of sacrifice worthy of resurrection.

The Star of Babalon Sigil

The sigil of Babalon is a seven pointed star bearing a letter of her name in each corner of the septagram. Crowley dedicated the Waratah Blossom to her as a tribute in a poem. The poem designated the number 777 as the Number of a Woman in the name of Babalon, and her own personal number calculated by gematria is 156.

Her sigil most commonly identifies a practitioner of Thelema. However, it is also used by other occult practitioners for ceremonial magick and worship. You can read about occult symbols in the Tarot here.

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She is most often celebrated using the phrase, “Hail Babalon!”
In formal writing, ritual and decree, and other proclamations, the Latin phrase is used; “In Nomine Babalon.” (In the name of Babalon.)

Were you aware of this Goddess and her meaning and influence? Is there an aspect or information about Babalon that you would like to see included here? Please let me know in the comments.



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The following is a list of symbols associated with the occult. This list shares a number of entries with the list of alchemical symbols as well as the list of sigils of demons.


AnkhAncient Egyptian religionAncient Egyptian symbol for eternal life; now also associated with Kemetism and neo-paganism.
Arrow (Belomancy)Ancient divinationArrows used to gain knowledge through divination.
BaphometKnights TemplarAdopted by modern occultists and Satanists after the Knights Templar were accused of worshiping it. Theistic Satanists may worship it as a deity or demon, while atheistic Satanists see it as a metaphorical symbol. The goat-headed Baphomet image seen here is a 19th century drawing made by Eliphas Levi as a metaphorical symbol from Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie. It was not originally created as a Satanic symbol or a deity. See also: Sigil of Baphomet and Statue of Baphomet.
Black SunNazi occultism and later the neo-Nazi movementA symbol of the sun composed of twelve sig runes first appearing on the floor of the north tower of Wewelsburg after Heinrich Himmler ordered it to be remodeled, it gained modern popularity due to its use by Nazi occultists. It was later adopted by Satanists. The name 'Black Sun' was coined by Wilhelm Landig of the Landig Group.
Circled dotAlchemyThe alchemical symbol for the sun and various sun gods. Also the alchemical symbol for gold which is the metal represented by the Sun which is the astral counterpart.
Cross of Saint PeterChristianity, later adopted by SatanismUsed paradoxically both as a symbol of Saint Peter and as Anti-Christian sentiment. The symbol comes from the crucifixion of Saint Peter, in which he requested to be crucified upside-down as he didn't see himself as worthy to die the same way as Jesus.
Eye of HorusAncient Egyptian religionThe eye of the god Horus, a symbol of protection, now associated with the occult and Kemetism.
Eye of Providence (or the all-seeing eye of God)Catholic iconographyThe eye of God within a triangle, representing the Holy Trinity, and surrounded by holy light, representing His omniscience.
HeptagramJudaism, Christianity, Islam, Thelema, Paganism, AlchemyIn Christianity, it represents the seven days of creation. In Islam, it represents the first seven verses of the Quran. It is the symbol of Babalon in Thelema. In Wicca, it is known as the Elven Star, Fairy Star, or Septagram.
HexagramMandala and JudaismAn ancient symbol of the Jewish faith, also found on the Seal of Solomon.
Icelandic magical stavesIcelandic magicSigils created with magical powers by the Icelandic people. Pictured is the stave known as Ægishjálmur.
Monas Hieroglyphicathe works of John DeeA symbol invented by John Dee, alchemist and astrologer at the court of Elizabeth I of England. It represents (from top to bottom): the moon; the sun; the elements; and fire.
OuroborosAncient Egypt and PersiaA serpent or dragon consuming its own tail, it is a symbol of infinity, unity, and the cycle of death and rebirth.
PentagramMesopotamiaAn ancient symbol of a unicursal five-pointed star circumscribed by a circle with many meanings, including but not limited to, the five wounds of Christ and the five elements (earth, fire, water, air, and soul). In Satanism, it is flipped upside-down. See also: Sigil of Baphomet.
Rose CrossRosicrucianism / Hermetic Order of the Golden DawnA symbol associated with Christian Rosenkreuz with many different attributions of symbolism.
RunesNorse mythologyAncient alphabet used throughout North Europe and prominent in Scandinavia, used in modern times by various religious faiths, such as Asatru.
Seal of SolomonAlchemy, Christian and Islamic esotericismA ring attributed to King Solomon in Jewish and esoteric tradition.
Seal of the Theosophical SocietyTheosophy (Blavatskian)A seal consisting of a Swastika, Star of David, Ankh, Om, and Ouroboros, used by the Theosophical Society, an organization formed in 1875 to advance Theosophy.
Septenary SigilOrder of Nine AnglesThe main symbol of the Order of Nine Angles, a neo-Nazi Satanic and Left-hand occult group based in the United Kingdom.
SigilRenaissance magicImages created for magical purposes, sometimes attributed as signatures of demons, angels, and other beings.
Sigil of LuciferThe Grimorium VerumA sigil attributed to Lucifer himself, used in Satanism and Luciferianism.
Sigil of Baphomet19th Century French OccultismOfficial emblem of the Church of Satan, consisting of the head of a goat transfixed upon a reversed pentagram flanked by the Hebrew letters of the word 'Leviathan' (לִוְיָתָן).
Sigillum Dei (Seal of God)Europe, late Middle AgesA magical diagram, composed of two circles, a pentagram, and three heptagons, and is labeled with the name of God and his angels.
Squared circleAlchemyA symbol of the Philosopher's stone.
SriramachakraTamil mysticismA mystic diagram used for astrology.
Sulfur crossesAlchemy; SatanismAlchemical symbols for sulfur, associated with the fire and brimstone of Hell. The third pictured is also known as a 'Leviathan Cross' or 'Satan's Cross'.
Suns in alchemyAlchemy and HermeticismA symbol used with many different meanings, including but not limited to, gold, citrinitas, sulfur, the divine spark of man, nobility, and incorruptibility.
Sun crossIron Age religions and later gnosticism and neo-paganism.An ancient pagan symbol of the sun, adopted by gnostics, neopagans, and occultists.
Symbol of ChaosMichael Moorcock, Aleister Crowley and chaos magicA symbol originating from The Eternal Champion, later adopted by occultists and role-playing games.
TetragrammatonJudaism, KodeshConsidered to be the unspeakable name of God. The four letter name has many pronunciations and can be seen over 7,000 times throughout the Hebrew Bible.
Tree of Life (Kabbalah)KabbalahThe tree of life is a diagram used in various mystical traditions. It usually consists of 10 nodes symbolizing different archetypes and 22 lines connecting the nodes. The nodes are often arranged into three columns to represent that they belong to a common category
Unicursal hexagramAleister Crowley's ThelemaSymbol of the Thelema religion, a hexagram that can be drawn with one line.
Zodiac Man (Homo Signorum, or 'Man of Signs')AstrologyA graph correlating zodiacal names with body parts.

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See also[edit]

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  • Art and Symbols of the Occult: Images of Power and Wisdom by James Wasserman (Destiny Books, 1993)
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