From the Fifty Names of Marduk in the Necronomicon Spellbook.
The Nineteenth Name is ZISI.
Reconciler of enemies, silencer of arguments, between two people or between two nations, or even, it is said, between two worlds. The scent of Peace is indeed sweet to this Power, whose word is MASHINANNA.
The function of this Spirit is obvious by the above description. Can heal a lovers quarrel, a marital spat, a lawsuit, or even greater problems. The Fifty Names of MARDUK are from the original Battle that divided the universe into Good and Evil, and hence the forces they represent are primal and hearken back to a time before recorded history, before the collective memory of humanity.
“The Signs and Powers may be summoned after the Priest has ascended to that step on the Ladder of Lights and gained entrance to that Sacred City. The Signs should be engraved on parchment or sealed in clay and placed upon the altar at the Calling. And in the perfumes should be of cedar, and strong, sweet-smelling resins. And the Calling be to the North.”
According to Sumerian mythology, Marduk was the God who defeated the Ancient Ones long before the creation of matter as we know it.
Against him in battle were the fierce TIAMAT, KINGU, and AZAG-THOTH. Once he had destroyed these demons, he created the universe from the flesh of TIAMAT, and humanity from the blood of KINGU mixed with his own breath.
You will come across these names in the description of the Fifty Names, which were titles given to Marduk by the Elder Gods after he had helped them to defeat the Ancient Ones.
- Pagan Calendar – Marduk’s Feast Day
- The Powers That Be – Marduk The God
- Widdershins – Marduk Legends and Stories, the original translation of the Enûma Eliš, and the Fifty Names of Marduk as originally given in the ancient tablets.
Symbolic Meanings of the Color White:
- Death and Rebirth
- A Beginning and an End
- Mourning (in the far east)
White is both the absence of any color and the sum of all colors together, so in a sense it can mean everything or nothing. This combination of all colors has given white the name of the “many-colored lotus” in Buddhist teachings.
Probably the most telling of both ends of white’s symbolic spectrum are reflected in its associations with purity and a fresh start (as worn by brides in the Western tradition, as an optimistic sign of virginity) and as the color of mourning in the East, a use that used to be common in Europe, too. Cadavers all over the world are still wrapped in white shrouds and, as death precedes birth, the white here has an optimistic meaning, since in this instance, white symbolizes rebirth.
White is also used to denote initiation, another form of rebirth. Children wear white at their First Communion, and in Africa, boys smear their bodies with white paste after circumcision to show that they are apart from their main society for a time. When they re-enter, it is as men, their bodies are painted red.
The combination of all the colors is white; it is not a coincidence that this all encompassing color is possibly the most powerful. White has a wide variety of positive associations with the human psyche. White represents purity, cleanliness, innocence, oneness and truth. The symbolism continues with the fact that white light has long been associated with the journey to the afterlife. In short, white has a definitive connection to the spirit and an individual’s awakened spirituality.
White symbolizes purity and joy. White is the color of expectation and contains all the potential of the blank canvas. The pristine glory of a fresh fall of snow makes the world look clean and pure but white shows up every mark, hence its usefulness in hospitals and other clinical environments.
In certain cultures, white is the color of royalty or of religious figures, as angels are typically depicted as wearing white or having a white glow. A white picket fence surrounds a safe and happy home.
White is a symbol of peace, and the white flag is a universal sign of submission and surrender. However, the white feather is a sign of cowardice. This originates in the days of cock-fighting when a bird with a white feather in its tail was believed to be a poor fighter. The potency of this particular white symbol is such that, just after the Second World War, “an order of the White Feather” was started as a method of goading men into joining the army. Womenfolk were encouraged to hand the white feather of cowardice to any man not wearing a uniform.
Color Meanings in Bible:
- Manna (Exodus 16:31)
- Righteousness (Revelation 19:8)
- Forgiven sins (Psalms 5:7)
- The garments of angels (Revelation 15:6)
- Gravestones (Matthew 23:27)
- The throne of judgment (Revelation 20:11).
- White can also mean beauty (Song of Solomon 5:14)
- Costly decorations and wealth (I Kings 10:22)
Other meanings associated with the color white:
- The expression “white as snow” is used in reference to the pure, clean, and innocent.
- The saying “whiteout” means zero visibility.
- The phrase “white flag” is associated with meanings of surrender and relinquishment.
- The term “white elephant” refers to a rare or valuable item that is unwanted.
- The expression “pearly whites” refers to very white teeth.
- The phrase “whitewash” has meanings of cover up, secrecy, and concealment.
- The saying “white list” is a list of acceptable, good, or approved items.
- The term “white sale” means a store sale of sheets, towels, other linens.
- The phrase “white knight” represents one who comes to the rescue; a good and noble hero.
- The saying “white lightning” refers to moonshine or illegal whiskey.
- The expression “white knuckle” references something that is fast, exciting, or frightening.
Collected from various sources.