UFO Space Girls From Seventh Heaven Venus

MARDUN

LONDON, United Kingdom

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The Artwork depicts the Twenty-Ninth spirit named, Astaroth, who is listed in the medieval grimoire, entitled the Goetia.

The name of Astaroth was originally derived from the Mesopotamian sex Goddess called Astarte, the Sumerian’s and Babylonian’s knew as Ishtar, the ancient Greek’s named, Aphrodite, the Roman’s to name as Venus.

Astarte means, Queen Of Heaven. As an archetype of the ‘Anima,’ she is essentially an interstellar space chick.

However, the closeted Playgirl grimoires of an ‘Animus’ fixation, which primarily list male entities, describe her as being a male Demon suffering from a bad case of halitosis, which is somewhat laughable.

Astaroth, whose name is also written as Ashtaroth evolved into becoming the UFO, cult icon, named, Ashtar, of Star Command. Hence the play on words, concerning the now iconic “I Want To Believe,” prop poster out of the science fiction TV series, X-Files.

Ashtar (sometimes called Ashtar Sheran) is the name given to an extraterrestrial being or group of beings, some people claim to have channelled through their addled brains since the Roswell incident, involving a probable WII German flying wing, and George Adamski’s visitations from ‘Project Blue Book’ Aryan (Nordics) aliens.

The Artwork was used for my Art book, ‘Goetia Girls: Book Two,’ which is available from Createspace and Amazon, under my author’s name, Faustus Crow.

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