The simplest definition I have for “Babalon” is it’s the most leonine, sexual, feminine energy there is. It’s a feminine personality, a feminine energy, but it’s driven somewhat mad with lust. She’s fickle, and most importantly, she’ll break you before she’s through with you. I think that’s really the central part of it; you can fight it or you can go along with it. Either way, you’re going to get broken if you stick by her side. But if you just let go, you can actually come back whole. If you fight it, though, she makes no promises. That’s the similarity we were talking about, between Kali, Choronzon, and Babalon.
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