Valak is otherwise called Valu, Ualac, Valax, Valic or Volac in the classical Grimoires, who is usually described manifesting as a little naked boy, having angel wings riding a two headed Dragon.
The classical image of Valak is based upon the ancient Greek deity called Hermes, the Roman’s named as Mercury, who wields the Caduceus, made up of two entwined serpents, which is otherwise described as being a two headed Dragon in the Grimoires.
Valak is also described as being the 62nd spirit of the Goetia, and a Great President, which of a Cabbalistic title refers to the planetary sphere of Mercury and the Sephira of Hod. As for the (two headed Dragon) Caduceus, it symbolically refers to what a practitioner of Yoga terms as the arousal of the (fire snake) Kundalini Shakti; hence Valak’s association with snakes.
The Grimoires are commonly populated with an all male pantheon of entities, whether they…
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