Name Variates: Agrath, Agrat, Aggereth, Iggeret, Igrat, Orgath, Igarat, Igirit, Aggerath, Igrath, Igerath,
Direction: North East; West
River of Eden: Gorath (Western)
Gematria: 604; 1484
Aggereth is a succubus who rules the causation of sickness and whose chariot is said to be led by an ox and an ass. A demonic witch with snakes for hair, she can be called upon for love, lust, sex, relationships, compassion, and the augmentation of one’s creative life force. She can help the witch recover from sexual trauma, becoming healthy and empowered all the way. She can grant erotic dreams and sexual gnosis, acting as a psychopomp who can bring the celebrant into the spirit planes.
The name Aggereth is supposed to come form the word “Agra”, meaning “beating,” but means “reward.” Her title Orgath bath Mahalath translates variously to “daughter of illusion,” “daughter of sickness”, and “daughter of uncleanness.”
Aggereth presides over self-deification through ritual molestation and rape. Aggereth can teach the witch operations of ritual sex magick which incorporates BDSM and other kinks. She can make a chosen victim the subject of his blackest fetishes, consuming him with shame and compulsive, hedonistic, addictive or quasi-addictive indulgence. She can bring about the molestation of children and through it make them into stronger and crueler Satanists and/or Sinistral wizards. She can obliterate the restrictions of repression and guilt which stifle sexual perversion so that the witch is free to indulge in her darkest fantasies again and again, and she can progressively bring the witch to terms with her darker fantasies via dreams through which she will create astral homoncula which bring about sexual desire, sexual fulfillment, and sexual partners or victims for the male sorcerer. She can consecrate the genitals of the witch to enflame her partner with incredible desire and devour his chi through fornication, rendering them a subservient shell who will act according to the whims of the witch. She will rape and molest and slaughter entire chosen families to blot their names out from the lips of mankind. Astral shapeshifting into a winged serpent, weird scaly arachnid with claws tanagarabishim(plural: tanagarabishin), and into a mixture between a scorpion the size of a dog and a lizard, red body, brown legs.
Aggereth is a succubus queen and the youngest of the four matrons of sacred prostitution. She is called the mistress of sorcerers and is known for imparting magickal teachings to men. She is recorded to appear with a chariot and eighteen legions.
Agrat bat Mahlat or Aggereth/Igrat can prepare the astral body of the witch for shapeshifting and liken the physis/essence of the witch’s soul to that of the Qliphoth. She can impart strength, calculation, and pragmatism to the witch, and thereby prepare her to entertain the option of homicide. She can prepare the witch to protect herself and others from enemies of any kind, both causal and acausal. If the Satanist is hurt, Aggereth will embrace her and heal her of all ills of mind, spirit, and body.
Igrat is one of Samael’s four concubines or wives, each of which resides in one of Samael’s four kingdoms. Lilith, Igrat (who rules over Salamanca), Na’amah, and Maskim, the last of which is separate from Mahalath. Aggereth/Igrat is said to have come to Solomon in a dream and caused him to orgasm through the visions she presented to him, whereafter she used his seed to give birth to the king of Edom called Adad/Asmodeus.
According to the ToAF, Aggereth “is called the Roof Dancer, because she resides on the border of worlds – physical and astral, sleeping and waking, conscious and unconscious – helping the passenger to pass through the gate and entre Sitra Ahra.”
One pseudepigraphal text posits that Igrat is one of the four demonic goddesses of the four tequfot [two solstices and equinoxes]– my intuition attributes Igrat to the December solstice, which is apparently verified by T.B. Scott’s attribution of Aggereth to the season of Winter. Igrat is said to go out to wreak destruction through humanity on Wednesdays and the days of the week before the Sabbath (Friday or Saturday?). Igrat is the daughter of Mahalath and Igratiel, the ruling spirit of a desert wherein Mahalath performed many sorceries.
The Temple of the Ascending Flame launched an open project wherein Aggereth was called upon to guide the witch through the Qliphothic tunnel (corresponding with tau/tav) which is ruled over by Thantifaxath, this being the tunnel between Nehemoth (Nahema) and Gamaliel (Lilith). Alternately, T.B. Scott attributes Aggereth to the Qliphothic path wherein the Nashimiron dwell (this being the path of Pisces).
As one of the four demonesses of harlots, Aggereth presides over both temple prostitution and streetwalking. While prostitution may sound like a dim thing to encourage, there are many women who find it empowering or emotionally fulfilling to perform it. In American history, things such as walking alone in public, wearing bright colors, wearing cosmetics, and wearing scarlet were taboo for women, and it was prostitutes who pioneered these actions until they were commonly acceptable behavior for women. Prostitutes were the first women in America to earn wages equal or near equal to men.
The numerical value of Agrath is 604, which is equal in value to Iggereth, another name of hers but also a word meaning “letter” or “missive.” It also equates in value to the Hebrew words/phrases for “troubled pool,” “stagnant pond,” and “blood/wine.”
The value of the word Agrath bath Mahalath [Agrath, daughter of Mahalath] is 1484.
For a longer table of correspondences, follow this link: http://infernaldialogues.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-satanic-feminine-divine-part-vi.html
You will find a sigil for her here: https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=13&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiRm4ns0JvRAhXEMyYKHSPTD084ChAWCCIwAg&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ascendingflame.com%2FPDF%2FThe%2520Four%2520Angels%2520of%2520Prostitution.pdf&usg=AFQjCNHUe5Hq6GgzZ0lqwuDc1s316e4NDQ&sig2=FIXozpzEcgr6RaXS51VdPw&bvm=bv.142059868,d.eWE
Sources: Complete Demonolatry Magic, The Four Angels of Prostitution. Gematria and the Tanakh. Encyclopedia of Demons by Theresa Bane, TYT Interview with Thaddeus Russell, Kabbalah by Gershom Scholem, http://omega-magick.blogspot.com/2012/06/qliphoth.html