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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.
The symbol of Persian Zoroastrian Darkness is presented here with two Ahrimanic Dragons with Sigil-pahlavi names of each Hell. The Four Hells from Yatuk Dinoih and the Luciferian tradition: 1. Dushmata (Evil Thought) 2. Dushukhta (Evil Word) 3. Dushvarshta (Evil Deed) 4. Anaghra Temah (Endless Darkness) For serious practitioners of ancient Persian sorcery, Yatuk Dinoih (Witchcraft) and the Ahrimanian tradition within Luciferian Witchcraft. From Michael W Ford's "DRAUGA - Ahrimanian Yatuk Dinoih" Luciferian Sorcery grimoire, illustrated by Kitti Solymosi. This 24" x 24" altar cloth banner depicts the gateway to Ahrimanian Power of the Left Hand Path .
Four hells. Simultaneously with the increase in the number of heavens, there is a corresponding increase in the list of hells. The Gathas knew but one hell. The later Avestan texts speak  of four abodes of the damned. They are those of Dushmata, or Evil Thought, Dushukhta, or Evil Word, and Dushvarshta, or Evil Deed, together with the fourth and lowest hell, which has no specific name of its own in the Avesta, but stands in opposition to the highest Garonmana, and receives the epithet anaghra temah, or Endless Darkness
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