Lady Astaroth Horoscopo

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She was known to the Canaanites as ASTARTE, to the Sumerians, she was known as INANNA, to the Babylonians, she was known as ISHTAR to the Assyrians and the Akkadians, ASHTART, ASHTORETH, ASHERAH, and ASTORETH, to the Egyptians, ISIS, ASHET AND ASET, to the Phoenicians, she was known as TANIT-ASHTART and ASHTAROTH. Her Ugaritic name was ANAT.

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Horoscopo Lady Astaroth

  • Zodiac Position: 10-20 degrees of Capricorn
  • December 31st-January 9th
  • Tarot Card: 3 of Pentacles (Azazel told me the Ace of Cups)
  • Planet: Venus
  • Candle Color: Brown or Green
  • Animal: Cobra or Viper
  • Metal: Copper
  • Element of Earth
  • Rank: Grand Duke of the Western Regions of Hell; Crowned Princess
  • Astaroth is a Guidance Councilor for both Demons and humans. She deals in mostly human affairs
  • Astaroth rules 40 legions of spirits and is a Day Demoness
  • Astaroth is also The Treasurer of Hell

Astaroth is a very ancient Goddess. She has been with humanity, as have Satan and Beelzebub, since the beginning. Astaroth is Satan's daughter. She did not want this to be known until recently [October 2016]. She has always been very popular, much loved and revered in locales where she was worshipped. Because she has been with us since the beginning, she has been known by several different names, as she has been the Chief Goddess in many different areas and cultures. She has been known as a Goddess of fertility, love, and war.

'Astaroth appears with a very immense aura. It has a very soft blue color, not soft in terms of strength, but soft in a sense of beauty. Astaroth’s energy is invigorating and comforting; it is truly beautiful in every way. She has long Golden Hair; she is quite tall and is surrounded by a vibrant white-gold. I feel her most when I make the connection during the Invocation of the Four Ruling God Powers of Duat. She is always there to guide me when I feel lost or I am struggling. Her voice is very powerful, Astaroth is very caring, but she is very clear and concise when she is directing me. She helps me so much and I am so thankful to Her for everything.
– Vovim Baghie

Astaroth's Symbols,
derived from the Egyptian Ankh

Astaroth's Sigil

Wall of Inanna in Uruk

The clusters of three dots at the points of the star of her sigil are extremely ancient and denote her high spiritual rank. Her sigil also depicts important points of the human soul, as can be seen from the Venus glyph with the inverted cross symbolizing the all-important solar chakra and the pillars of the soul on each side.
As the Sumerian Goddess 'Inanna' she was known as a powerful warrior and her sacred animal was the lion. Below are photos of the Lions that guarded her temple at Nimrud.

Her sacred city was Uruk, one of the oldest cities of Sumer where she had her temple; in the lower right photo above are the ruins. Under her rule, the people of Sumer and their communities prospered and thrived. She had shrines and temples in many cities in the Ancient Middle East.

Her Sumerian title 'Queen of Heaven' was stolen by Christians and used for their fictitious 'Virgin Mary' which is an imposter.

Astaroth was also the Babylonian Goddess, Ishtar. Babylonian scriptures called her the 'Light of the World,' 'Goddess of Goddesses,' and 'Bestower of Strength.'

The 'Ishtar Gate,' built approximately 575 BCE was the main entrance into Babylon. It was the eighth of one of eight gates of the inner city. King Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon dedicated the Gate to Ishtar. It was one of the most impressive monuments in the ancient Near East. The Ishtar Gate was decorated with dragons, bulls, and lions. Along with Ea [Satan] and Enlil [Beelzebub], she wound up in the grimoires when Judeo/Christianity arrived on the scene as one of the top Crowned Princes of Hell. These three were the most popular and well known deities in the Middle East. Their reputations were destroyed; they were viciously slandered, blasphemed, and demonized; labeled as 'evil.'

'Although Sidon is respected, it could not be forgotten that her goddess was Ashtart, a name the Israelite scribe wrote with the five consonants 'strt', and vocalized them by the vowels of the familiar Hebrew word for 'shame,' making the Sidonian goddess appear in the bastard form Astoreth.'
–Excerpt from 'Recovering Sarepta, A Phoenician City by James B. Pritchard, 1978

Horoscopo lady astaroth

'Of the various spellings of the name, Astarte, is found the Tel Amara letters. The Hebrew Astoreth arose when the rabbinical school of the Massoretes in the sixth century decided to adopt a conventional system to compensate for the lack of vowels in written Hebrew, and at the same time to insert in the names of foreign divinities the vowels from the word 'boshet', meaning abomination.'
-Excerpt from 'Who's Who Non-Classical Mythology by Egerton Sykes, 1993

Above are the remains of the Temple Isis, originally on Philae Island, had to be moved to Agilqiyya Island [above] during the construction of the Aswan dam to save them from flooding.

Astaroth answers truly concerning past, present, and futureShe discovers all secrets, and is an excellent teacher of the liberal sciences.She causes one to have prophetic dreams and/or visions about the future and gives insight into the unknown. She also counsels humans who are close to Satan and actively working for him. She obtains friendship of those in power and represents luxury and ease.

Easter [originally known as 'Ashtar'] was stolen from her by the Christians.

Astaroth is very beautiful with light blonde hair. Though tall, she is delicately built. Astaroth's colors are red and blue. She sometimes appears with white wings with red and blue streaks in them. She often visits me and other JoS clergy on her own and is a friend and guide for us.
– High Priestess Maxine

Artwork done by Marcos Macias

Astaroth illustration from the Dictionnaire Infernal (1818)
Astaroth's seal (according to The Lesser Key of Solomon)

Astaroth (also Ashtaroth, Astarot and Asteroth), in demonology, is the Great Duke of Hell in the first hierarchy with Beelzebub and Lucifer; he is part of the evil trinity. He is a male figure most likely named after the Near Eastern goddess Astarte.


The name Astaroth was ultimately derived from that of 2nd millennium BC Phoenician goddess Astarte,[1] an equivalent of the Babylonian Ishtar, and the earlier Sumerian Inanna. She is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible in the forms Ashtoreth (singular) and Ashtaroth (plural, in reference to multiple statues of her). This latter form was directly transliterated in the early Greek and Latin versions of the Bible, where it was less apparent that it had been a plural feminine in Hebrew.

Appearances in literature[edit]

The name 'Astaroth' as a male demon is first known from The Book of Abramelin, purportedly written in Hebrew c. 1458, and recurred in most occultgrimoires of the following centuries. Astaroth also features as an archdemon associated with the qliphoth (adverse forces) according to later Kabbalistic texts.

Dutch demonologist Johann Weyer also described Astaroth in his Pseudomonarchia Daemonum (1577) thus: 'Astaroth is a great and a strong duke, coming forth in the shape of a foul angel, sitting upon an infernal dragon, and carrying on his right hand a viper', who also claimed to rule 40 legions. Also, he had to be approached by the conjurer with a magical ring on account of his stinking breath.[2] He is similarly referred to in the 17th-century work The Lesser Key of Solomon. He also makes an appearance in the notorious Grimorium Verum (True Grimoire), as the infernal principality which rules the Americas.

According to some demonologists of the 16th century, August is the month during which this demon's attacks against man are stronger. According to Sebastien Michaelis, he is a demon of the First Hierarchy, who seduces by means of laziness, self-doubt, and rationalized philosophies. His adversary is St. Bartholomew, who can protect against him for he has resisted Astaroth's temptations. To others, he teaches mathematical sciences and handicrafts, can make men invisible and lead them to hidden treasures, and answers every question formulated to him. He was also said to give to mortal beings the power over serpents.

Was mentioned as a co-signatory of a Diabolical pact with Urban Grandier.


According to Francis Barrett (c. 1801), Astaroth is the prince of accusers and inquisitors. In art, in the Dictionnaire Infernal (1818), Astaroth is depicted as a nude man with feathered wings, wearing a crown, holding a serpent in one hand, and riding a beast with dragon-like wings and a serpent-like tail.


Lady Astaroth Horoscopos

Astaroth appears in the Science Fiction book, Monster Hunter International(book 1) by Larry Correia.

Appearances in film[edit]

Ashtaroth is one of three demons summoned by Faustus to attack Benvolio in Doctor Faustus.

The 'Star of Astoroth' features prominently in the 1971 Disney film Bedknobs and Broomsticks, where is takes the form of a magical medallion.

Astaroth is named in the 1976 Hammer horror film To the Devil a Daughter.

In the 1920 silent horror film The Golem: How He Came into the World, Rabbi Loew and his assistant summon Astaroth to animate the Golem resulting in deadly and destructive results.

Astaroth also appears in the 2007 television series Blood Ties. Symbol appears in the first few episodes.

Astaroth symbolism is also prevalent in the 2018 movie Antrum: The Deadliest Film Ever Made and a symbol of Astaroth appears in the movie over 170 times.

The Solomonic seal of Astaroth makes an appearance in Pyewacket.

See also[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Astaroth.
Look up Astaroth in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.


  1. ^Lon Milo DuQuette and Christopher S. Hyatt. Aleister Crowley's Illustrated Goetia (1992). New Falcon: Temple, AZ, USA, p. 52.
  2. ^'Johann Weyer, Pseudomonarchia Daemonum'.


  • S. L. MacGregor Mathers, A. Crowley, The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King (1904). 1995 reprint: ISBN0-87728-847-X.
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