monsnoleedra wrote:When I was creating this sigil / image I actually created a set of three. So there are in fact two sister images that go with the one I have shown here. I have rough drafts of them on one of the images I've attached so you can get an idea. basically they are the same image though one is inverted while the other is more opposite with a few minor changes. Almost as if one is a true male and female energy while the inverted felt like it would be negative vs positive when I was considering it. I've mainly messed with the image I've been showing here as far as how I was thinking about celestial / chthonic and oceanic. But the inverted would put the underworld to the top which would pull chthonic powers first I think. And also pull dark moon or waxing moon period influences.
But like I said my skill with any of the programs really sucks so the sister images are really bad.
Interesting indeed! Thank you for sharing. I notice that the sigils each flow differently based upon their directional orientation, which has gotten me thinking about the directionality present within the context of a land-taking ritual, for example. This, in turn, calls to mind something I believe we discussed prior in one of our Heketean threads: how light playing off of her image invokes a different "face".
Perhaps directional placement in or on a monument would make a like difference here, as I've noticed that this occurs with a sigil I created with her direction some time ago. While the directionality of the sigil itself (be it straight up and down, inverted, leaning left, or leaning right) makes little difference, where that sigil faces when I do such works makes for a substantial difference. I've asked to share that image here, but she's given me a hard "no" on that for the moment, so instead I'll speak on this in the abstract to see if it creates some inspiration.
I've been meaning to test to see if light playing off of that sigil makes a difference, as light shining through it most definitely does.