Grab a truly tantric t-shirt design while they last! This magickal garment combines the ancient Kali Yantra merged stunningly to the TwinStar of modern day Mutational Alchemy. This version of the Kali Yantra emphasizes the 5 Koshas (literally sheaths) of the Body of Light while the TwinStar defines the most efficient means of scaling and thus transcending them, culminating in perfect mastery of the Atman, or the highest attainable state of transcendental consciousness. A perfect marriage between the very ancient and the very rare. A highly occult emblem that few will understand but all will appreciate and find difficult to avoid being captured by its magnetic spell!
This is a great unisex t-shirt for both men and women. Looks good on, and feels even better.
- 4.3 oz. 100% combed ringspun cotton made in Los Angeles by American Apparel
- Double-needle stitched for durability
- Super soft fabric
- Baby ribbed v-neck
For more information on Pazuzu, please check out this wonderfully well-researched article over at Shadows of the Sun by:
“While Pazuzu is most frequently referred to as “King of the wind-demons” in various ritual texts and accompanying incantations recorded on tablets and other Pazuzu artifacts unearthed at Nineveh, Sultantepe, and Uruk (Heeßel, 2002), I claim contrary to Heeßel in particular that it is made abundantly clear by a number of artifacts that Pazuzu was respected as a God, not merely as a helpful demon Who reigns in or banishes malevolent lesser demons. A remarkable item on display at the Israel Museum, 93.45.73, is a bronze head with a suspension loop on top. What is remarkable about this Pazuzu head is that it possesses pair of horns which encircle the top of the head, and turn up at the front, typical of those shown on crowns festooning the heads of revered Gods such as Šamaš and Ištar. (Gabbay, 2001) Another find that shows Pazuzu with Divine rather than mere demonic trappings also comes from the Israel Museum’s collection. It is an octagonal pyramidical carnelian seal — BLMJ Seal 1060 — that bears a well-defined relief of Pazuzu on its bottom. He is depicted in His unmistakeable chimeric form with a leonine or canine face, four wings, erect penis, and scorpion tail. Here He is given a crescent headdress and a ball-staff, which rests before His feet. (Gabbay, 2001) Both the crescent and the standard have obvious Divine connotations, though the reader should not assume that Pazuzu was in any way being merged with the Moon God, Sin.” –
Sound familiar? Yes, the figure of Pazuzu in the Israel Museum resembles the creatures on the Ningishzidda Grail. They are Djinn! Fire critters: