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Seven Udug-Hul Demons Babylonian

    Babylonian Altar Cloth - Seven Udug-hul Demons

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    This altar cloth features a one sided print with hemmed edges. Care instructions: Cold water delicate cycle, hang to dry. No bleach. 24" x 24" Inches

    For those interested in obscure and authentic demonology - from Michael W. Ford's SEBITTI (with sigil by Kitti Solymosi) comes a sigil of the Seven Udug-hul (Sebitti or Evil Demons). The Right Sleeve features the Old Babylonian cuneiform ‘Udug’ is a Demon associated with the desert, sea, mountains, tombs, Utukku is the Akkadian spelling of this type of spirit. The Utukku Lemutti dwell in the desolate places and crevices in the earth. Demons were thought to dwell in subterranean crevices, within the desolate places of the Netherworld. Demons in Akkadian texts were believed to come forth from the Netherworld from a hole or crack in the ground. Their parentage in mythology and religion is of great significance, one exorcism text mentions, “the evil Utukku-demons are spawned from the seed of Anu”. The union of Anu (Heavens) and Ki (Earth) spawned the Seven Udug-hul. The udug are described as “Sunu Zikiku”, the ‘roaming windblast’, an indication of their mastery of the element of Air and the astral plane. The Sebitti are not to be bound or completely banished, the Udug-hul Exorcism tablets describe them: “the evil gods are raging storms, ruthless spirits created in heaven’s vaults”. - From SEBITTI by Michael W Ford

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    Color: Blue, Purple, White
    Size: 20, 24
    Material: 100% Polyester
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