In the beginning, there was naught but untamed, chaotic waters…Her name… Tiamat.
From such waters came all things. The waters were shrouded in darkness and the waves tumultuous. It was, a great void in which nothing could be seen or heard. However, from the depth of this boundless, angry sea, life would emerge. From this eternal chaos, order would find its way. If not for the great primordial Goddess Tiamat, nothing would be, for she is the foundation for all life.
Tiamat is truly the mother goddess of every creation. Through the darkened and treacherous hallways of Myth, her image emerges at every turn. In some traditions, she is Leviathan from the Bible with a masculine energy. In others, she is the Mother of Chaos and Void such as in Mesopotamian Myth and the Book of Enoch. She is all those things and everything in between. She is found in every corner of mankind's spiritual endeavor. She is the water that gives us life.
After a powerful dream about her, I was compelled to write this book.
In this book, I will discuss her history from Babylonian creation to her veiled appearances throughout the Bible and other texts. We will then venture off into a speculative discourse on gematria to discern her secret number. A Number so reviled and feared, yet misunderstood for the past 2000 years.
From there, you will learn her great magick.
Dive with me, if you will, into the great murky depths of Tiamat, the mother of us all.
About the Author
Baal Kadmon is an Author, and Occultist based out of New York City. In addition to the Occult, he is a Religious Scholar, Philosopher and a Historian specializing in Ancient History, Late Antiquity and Medieval History. He has studied and speaks Israeli Hebrew · Classical Hebrew · Ugaritic language · Arabic · Judeo-Aramaic · Syriac (language) · Ancient Greek and Classical Latin.
Baal first discovered his occult calling when he was very young. It was only in his teens, when on a trip to the Middle East that he heeded the call. Several teachers and many decades later he felt ready to share what he has learned.
His teachings are unconventional to say the least. He includes in-depth history in almost all the books he writes, in addition to rituals. He shatters the beloved and idolatrously held notions most occultists hold dear. His pared-down approach to magick is refreshing and is very much needed in a field that is mired by self-important magicians who place more importance on pomp and circumstance rather than on magick. What you learn from Baal is straight forward, with no frills. Magick is about bringing about change or a desired result; Magick is a natural birthright…There is no need to complicate it.