Tiamat Sigil

Tiamat Sigil

SIGIL OF ANTINOMIAN GNOSIS (Primary sigil for the OEV) By: S.Alexander Rasmussen

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.Tiamat, sometimes symbolized as an ouroboros (serpent biting its own tail forming a circle).' “The History of the Origin of the Sigil of Baphomet. Tiamat had made inroads into the Cult of the Dragon and claimed some members as her worshipers. Also, for fifteen years, the Karanok family of Luthcheq unwittingly served Tiamat while they were worshiping the primordial Entropy. Tiamat transformed Entropy into a conduit for her power and gained the Karanoks as pawns.

The sigil of antinomian gnosis is a symbol that follows the way of bind runes in the way that it is composed of multiple existing sigils, in this writing i will explain the symbolism that I have uncovered within thus far. Beginning with the esoteric mark of Qayin at the bottom of the sigil, we can view this as the descent of the Lvciferian, where the practitioner experiences his inner most chaos, The inside of Qayin’s hook is a representation of “the womb of Tiamat”, mother of abominations and chaos incarnate. This portion of the sigil is extremely important to the journey of an aspiring adversary because it is a representation of what I refer to as ‘the Leviathan consciousness’, or the human unconscious.


This aspect is so significant to the Lvciferian because one cannot truly know thyself without embarking upon this descent, within and without. You must understand yourself to a high degree to become a Lvcifer, in a true sense you must be willing to burn away all of the false aspects of the Self and embrace both your inner darkness and light, this stage is death, the conquering darkness inherent within the psyche of the individual. This stage is focused on exploring that darkness and embracing it as a manifestation of Qayin, the first Satanist and murderer. This is a process of reevaluating yourself and shattering the illusions put forth by life itself. This path is brought to fruition by perpetual descent and ascent, continually gathering gnosis as you go forth on the path of the Crooked Serpent.

Travelling upward from Tiamat’s womb and Qayin’s hook, we see the Wolf’s Hook, a symbol of ultimate balance, the human consciousness, transformation and transcendence. The Wolf’s Hook is also representative of liberation, we see this from the sixteenth century usage of this symbol in history. This is the next logical step in the infernal journey you as Lvcifer are undertaking, We observe transcendence, self understanding and balance once we have conquered and learned to embrace the darkness present inside the womb of mother Tiamat. To overcome this darkness is a mark of the strong and sentient Lvcifer.

Ascending up the central line within this sigil, we come to a horizontal line directly underneath the symbol of the trident, this is both representative of awakening from the mundane mindset and a symbol of the crossroads, the point of illumination of the spirit. Directly above the point of self actualized divinity, we observe the trident. This is a symbol of power, represented by Typhon, Greek equivalent of the Egyptian Set and thus Satan. It is an expression of Lvciferian might and mastery of the Self. We can look at the three prongs on Typhon’s trident as the Infernal Triad of Samael, Lilith and Leviathan. The two outermost prongs are Samael and Lilith, when these two archetypes come together in union through the ‘Leviathan consciousness’, Leviathan resides in the central prong on the trident. As you may have noticed, when I was describing the womb of Tiamat at the beginning, I made a remark about the ‘Leviathan consciousness’. This is the thoughtless energy that ties descent and ascent together, hence why we see it at both the beginning and the end of the sigil.

Finally, we come to the dot, or more accurately, the Black Sun which rests directly above where Leviathan resides in this sigil. The separation of the Black Sun from the rest of the sigil is indicative of the sentient nature of the lvciferian and a representation of the path of ‘lone wolf’. The black sun is the ultimate symbol of Lvciferian gnosis and an expression of the successful initiation of the Left Hand Path. With all of this being stated, we can see that this sigil tells a story of the long, arduous journey of the true Lvciferian, this is a perpetual down-going and uprising. It is timeless, as is the eternal glory of Lvcifer. Meditate upon this as a personal description of your individual initiation, there is more symbolism than I have described here, we just have to discover it’s essence and uncover it’s secrets.

S.A.Rasmussen, December 18, 2016, E.H.



This rite was specifically created for the Rites of the Invisible Sun event. In traditional Sumerian mythology, Marduk, who corresponds to the planet Jupiter, chopped Tiamat (the sea-serpent being of Chaos) into pieces and thereby created the four elements (earth, air, water, fire). It is said that when Marduk is distracted, Tiamat may be allowed to awaken from her slumber and slip back together.

Since Marduk is Jupiter, he was quite distracted during the ROTIS by the onslaught of the comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 bombarding him. The purpose of this rite is to reassemble Tiamat by a symbolic intermingling/ unifying of all the elements. The M.O., corresponding to Aether, uses carbonated water to symbolize water and air. It then draws the Tiamat sigil created during the rite onto a piece of wood, which symbolizes earth, and lights this whole mixture on fire, hence integrating the fire element. This rite may be performed at any time, but you may want to add something to distract Marduk.

Necessary Items:

– Carbonated Water
– Pocket Fire Elemental (matches are suggested)
– Small Piece of Wood (light enough to float on water)
– Lighter Fluid
– Plenty of Paper and Pens
– A Metal Bowl

The Rite:

1. Each participant is assigned an element (earth, air, water, fire). An even number of people per element is suggested, but not absolutely necessary. It is imperative, however, that each element is represented by at least one participant.

2. Each participant will make a separate sigil of their particular element.

3. A grid is drawn on the ground beneath the working space to create four separate sections. Each section is assigned an element:


4. All participants begin in the center where the M.O. is situated with the metal bowl, carbonated water, piece of wood, matches, lighter fluid, some form of illumination, paper and pen.

5. Statement of Intent:


“It is our will to reassemble the elements of Tiamat.”

6. The M.O. states: “We call earth.” All earth participants move into the section of the grid corresponding to their element and, focussing on their sigils, proceed to “become” the element earth (i.e., feel themselves as the element, act in the manner of the element, etc..). During this, the earth participants will chant the name: “Enki”. This is the Sumerian God of earth.

Tiamat Sigil 2

The M.O. states: “We call air.” All air participants move into their part of the grid and become air while concentrating on their sigils and chanting: “Enlil” (God of Air).

The M.O. states: “We call fire” and all fire participants follow suit. Their word is: “Gibil” (God of Fire).


The M.O. states: “We call water.” The word is: “Nammu” (God of Water).

7. While the elements are becoming themselves, the M.O. is anti-concentrating itself upon becoming Aether, the so-called 5th element (or non-element or all-element as the case may be). When a proper state of gnosis is attained by Aether, it proceeds to pour the carbonated water into the metal bowl.

8. The M.O. (Aether) yelps: “We call Tiamat.” All elements converge once again in the center and hand the M.O. their sigils. While the elements are converging in the center (gnostically becoming intermixed and losing their singular elemental identities), all chant: “Tiamat.” During this, the M.0. will combine all the sigils into one conglomerate sigil on a piece of paper and then draw this conglomerate sigil onto the piece of wood.

9. The M.O. will dowse the top of the piece of wood containing the sigil and then the carbonated water with lighter fluid, light the wood on fire and carefully place it atop the carbonated water in the metal bowl. If necessary, the M.O. will light the top of the mixture so that the entire surface is blazing.

10. All other participants will memorize the sigil and, once the elements have been combined symbolically, begin to spiral out into the corners randomly, paying no mind to which section they end up in. Becoming the elements combined, all continue to chant: “Tiamat.”

11. When gnosis is significant and the elemental combination in the metal bowl has burned out, the M.O. will scream: “Tiamat is reborn!” All repeat and banish by hissing.

Tiamat Sigil Vs

12. The sigil may be copied by all and utilized in any way desired as a new symbol for all elements combined/Tiamat.

The sigil created at the Rites of the Invisible Sun by this rite was

Tiamat Goddess Sigil