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Donahue's Volac

Volac Rides Serpents
Portrayed for years as a winged cherub riding a two-headed dragon, the old masters didn't quite have the image of Volac correct.
When Aaron C. Donahue evoked Volac and then drew his portrait in remote viewing, he did, indeed, appear as a small and winged entity. He looks more like an alien than a human child. And his feet are riding the backs of two large intertwined serpents, not one dragon  with two heads.
But they were close.
"Human DNA is seen unraveled behind and above Volac suggesting a link to cellular information," Donahue writes on his web site at:
Collin de Plancy said of Volac: "He appears as a child with angel's wings and riding on a two-headed dragon." Of course Plancy copied stories passed down by the old masters for hundreds of years. Is this where the idea of angels that look liked winged cherubs came from?
Ironic that the story might have originated from a magickian evoking a demon.
What are Volac's powers? He tells of the positions of the planets and where to find serpents. I suspect he has others that we don't know about.


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Volac Sigil

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