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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.
The Azazel Baphomet banner is 24" x 24" printed white on black with red eyes. Azazel is written in Hebrew around the Head of Baphomet, proclaiming that the "fierce god" (translation of Azazel) is a symbol of wisdom, creativity, strength of mind, carnal pleasure and spiritual awareness: all within the Luciferian foundation of Balance.
Azazel is the chief of the Se’irim, or goat-demons, who haunted the desert and to whom many Semitic tribes offered sacrifices. Azazel has etymological associations with Hittite also. The Old Testament states that Jeroboam appointed priests for the Se’irim. But Josiah destroyed the places of their worship, as the practices were said to be accompanying this worship involved copulation of women with goats.This may or may not be propaganda in biblical sources.
The Se’irim, or hairy demons as the word itself means, are mentioned in Leviticus 17:7 and 2 Chronicles 11:15 as “goat-demons”. Isaiah 34:14 says that the “goat-demons” gather among the ruins of Edom along with Lilith and other wild beasts.
The name ‘Azazel’ may be derived from ‘azaz’ and ‘el’ meaning ‘strong one of God.’ It is thought that Azazel may have been derived from the Canaanite god, ‘Asiz, who caused the sun to burn strongly. Michael W Ford's "Fallen Angels", "Dragon of the Two Flames" provide historical research on the origins of Azazel.
And Azazel taught the people (the art of) making swords and knives, and shields, and breastplates; and he showed to their chosen ones bracelets, decorations, (shadowing of the eye) with antimony, ornamentation, the beautifying of the eyelids, all kinds of precious stones, and all coloring tinctures and alchemy.” – 1 Enoch 8:1
“And the unclean bird spoke to me and said, ‘What are you doing, Abraham, on the holy heights, where no one eats of drinks, nor is there upon them food for men. But these all will be consumed by fire and ascend to the height, they will destroy you.’ And it came to pass when I saw the bird speaking I said this to the angel: ‘What is this, my lord?’ And he said, ‘This is disgrace, this is Azazel!’ And he said to him, ‘Shame on you Azazel! For Abraham’s portion is in heaven, and yours is on earth, for you have selected here, (and) become enamored of the dwelling place of your blemish. Therefore the Eternal Ruler, the Mighty One, has given you a dwelling on earth. Through you the all-evil spirit (is) a liar, and through you (are) wrath and trials on the generations of men who live impiously.” – Apocalypse of Abraham 13:4-9
Azazel is guardian of goats. On the 10th day of September, on the feast of the Expiation, it was Jewish custom to draw lots for two goats: one for the Lord and the other for Azazel. The goat for the Lord was then sacrificed and its blood served as atonement. With the goat for Azazel, the high priest would place both of his hands on the goat’s head and confess both his sins and the sins of the people. The goat (“scapegoate”) was then led into the desert and set free. Azazel then returned the goat. Milton described Azazel as the first gate-teacher of the infernal armies. Azazel is also the name of the demon that serves Mark the heretic. Dictionnaire Infernal – Collin de Plancy (1863)
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