Dagon



Dagon in Hebrew is spelled: Daleth, Gimel, Vav and Nun = DAG + ON. Dagon = DAG + AUN = DAGON means the might of the fish (human sperm). Dagon is the Nun-Force, the might of the human seed. Fish symbolize the yielding fruits of the sexual strength where the qualities of the Mind Soul and Spirit are placed, and the excellence of the power of Binah, the Holy Spirit. So, the latent power of God (Nun) in the Ens Seminis (Mem) is Dagon, which ancient, present and future Philistines (Lustful Egos) miscarry through fornication; it is represented by a half-man and half-fish, because the possibilities of becoming a true Human Being are hidden within the Fish (human sperm). Fornicators worship the lustful passional fires of their own particular, individual Dagon or Leviathan; they expel the fish (Human Sperm), their sexual strength through the orgasm or sexual spasm. They are slaves of Dagon, the Leviathan. Jonah was expelled by the Fish, the Messiah on the shores of Nineveh because he was not a fornicator.

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