Na’amah - Nehemoth
Updated: Sep 30, 2020
My experience so far with Nehamoth and Naamah the presiding Daemon.
From the many possible order of beings of the nightside, Na'amah is a Daemon which is a neutral chaotic being equally measured to a deity which is an entity of great power with its own dominion qualities thought-form structure, mental blueprint, and personality.
Her elemental buildup is of a black-blue electric storm (air and water) combined with massive magnetic rocks.
Her orientation nightside and lunar corresponding with West and twilight.
As a nurturer, she appears with pale white skin, lustrous black hair, and an impressively soft and heavy build sensual body.
Her voice is rich and vibrant, and psychic roar devastating.
She is a strong independent maternal woman who takes what she wants yet capable of providing deep emotional nourishment.
The Jewish scripture mentions Naamah as the sister of Toval Kain which sits well with her psychic (Menta) signature, physic, and astral build up.
However, this kind of incarnation taking (Avatar) of powers should not be confused with actual biology rather as a way to illustrate a similar order of being.
She is the daughter of Leviathan the primordial serpent who lurks in the void.
Which means that she is strongly affiliated with that power and quality.
In my Initiation to Lilith and the Qliphoth, Lilith passed on the Hebrew name “Est-Ash-Ima-El ''.
The last two syllables, I can definitely correspond to Naamah as the expounding of the letters is Mother (Ima) + Directed power (El).
The word ‘El’ is composed out of two letters Alef (Ox) and Lamed (Ox goad), which together employ directed power and independence.
Est-Ash means Moss woman standing for the occult, night, death, and the dark side of the soul.
As it is written in an angelic templet and forms a new code name for Naamah, one that represents her as a fallen angel of the nightside.
During my work with her, I began to remember having regular contact and dreams of her and that she is capable of omitting such a mighty psychic Roar (kind of like Alanis Morissette character in Dogma), granting her the Hebrew title Ari-El, a Powerful Lioness.
It is also one of the names given to the Altar on top of Temple Mount originally a place of worship to the deity Shalem the god of sunset (West and twilight).
It is possible that her original place of power was in fact that mythological place where the mythical priest Malki Tzedek came from.
As a pleasant Daemon, she has tremendous nurturing power which feels to me like cloudy ethereal milk and her Kundalini as a dark cloud of blue electric soft magnetism.
I should add that I find the mystical application of hieroglyphic Hebrew (Proto-Hebrew) unintelligible in the context of the Cristian system.
During my work with Belial, he took a very strong stand about the importance of my relationship with Naamah, and Lilith shares the same stand.
It brings me to the puzzle about the differences in the energetical and mental development of a sorcerer working with both Lilith and Naamah, as there seems to be no conflict in the Kundalini they generate.
Her face as a fallen angel is quite different than that of her as a Nurturer.
Her eyes flame fiercely with blinding white light, robed with ghostly bluish-white garments she appears as a shrinking wrathful magnificent wraith.
In this form, she is more like in the Jewish rabbinic lore.
My impression is that Naamah is as powerful as Lilith who is her senior, a separate self-existing Shakti in a seed state (Sanskrit ‘Bidj’)
While Lilith’s Kundalini is hot, dark, and fiery, Naamah’s Kundalini is a cold radiating flame.
A huge difference in metaphysical terms is that Lilith is coupled with an equally powerful masculine force(Samael/Lucifer), while Naamah is yet “unmarried”.
And as such, she is a potential(seed) kundalini waiting to happen.