Lilith in all her glory!
Watch her video here: https://youtu.be/tREzWqDT2XI
A super powerful Wand as a Spirit vessel, keeping a spark of Lilith within, invoked by the sacred hands of the Magician, enabled with the ever so precious handmade *Coumpounded Fluid Condenser* (Franz Bardon’s recipe).
Hand sculpted in professional stone clay, painted with pastels and acrylic and varnished. All parts attached permanently. Embellished with vintage feathers, vintage golden threads, bio degradable glitter and vintage silver metal snake. Adorned with crystal ball and three large raw clear Quartz Crystals.
She bears the sigil of Lilith and she sits on a 16 inches long: wooden branch from Salem Massachussets collected by me in person in 2019.
Superb power and fabulous beauty!
I have created her strong and sturdy, though remember that it is clay and crystals on wood; if you drop her on a hard surface, she could break. Treat her with care and the respect for a magical ritual tool.
“The depiction of Lilith in Romanticism continues to be popular among Wiccans and in other modern Occultism. A few magical orders dedicated to the undercurrent of Lilith, featuring initiations specifically related to the arcana of the "first mother", exist. Two organizations that use initiations and magic associated with Lilith are the Ordo Antichristianus Illuminati and the Order of Phosphorus. Lilith appears as a succubus in Aleister Crowley's De Arte Magica. Lilith was also one of the middle names of Crowley's first child, Nuit Ma Ahathoor Hecate Sappho Jezebel Lilith Crowley (1904–1906), and Lilith is sometimes identified with Babalon in Thelemic writings. Many early occult writers that contributed to modern day Wiccaexpressed special reverence for Lilith. Charles Leland associated Aradia with Lilith: Aradia, says Leland, is Herodias, who was regarded in stregheriafolklore as being associated with Diana as chief of the witches. Leland further notes that Herodias is a name that comes from West Asia, where it denoted an early form of Lilith.
Gerald Gardner asserted that there was continuous historical worship of Lilith to present day, and that her name is sometimes given to the goddess being personified in the coven by the priestess. This idea was further attested by Doreen Valiente, who cited her as a presiding goddess of the Craft: "the personification of erotic dreams, the suppressed desire for delights". In some contemporary concepts, Lilith is viewed as the embodiment of the Goddess, a designation that is thought to be shared with what these faiths believe to be her counterparts: Inanna, Ishtar, Asherah, Anath and Isis.According to one view, Lilith was originally a Sumerian, Babylonian, or Hebrew mother goddess of childbirth, children, women, and sexuality.
Raymond Buckland hold that Lilith is a dark moon goddess on par with the Hindu Kali.
Many modern theistic Satanists consider Lilith as a goddess. She is considered a goddess of independence by those Satanists and is often worshipped by women, but women are not the only people who worship her. Lilith is popular among theistic Satanists because of her association with Satan. Some Satanists believe that she is the wife of Satan and thus think of her as a mother figure. Others base their reverence towards her based on her history as a succubus and praise her as a sex goddess. A different approach to a Satanic Lilith holds that she was once a fertility and agricultural goddess.”