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Rare and impressive occult ceremonial ritual dagger in gilded bronze, part of the satanic and demonic weapons created in the 19th century.

Gilded bronze guard, handle representing winged Lucifer holding a dagger, his feet resting on a lying naked woman surrounded by a serpent (Eve).
Straight blade with a flat back giving it a "T" section, this ends with a counter-edging at the back, forming with the edge an edge offset towards the back, as well as the tip.
Sheet steel scabbard finished with a large olive drop forming a button.
The bowl is held by a rivet. The sheath is completely tanned. With his tie underneath the guard.

Lucifer, often identified with the devil in Christian tradition, is frequently characterized by his tempting and seductive aspect. His role as the initial "bearer of light" before his fall is accompanied by bewitching beauty and captivating wisdom. In the Book of Genesis, he appears as the seductive serpent to tempt Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, exploiting their vulnerability.

The myth of Lucifer in Christian tradition is associated with lust and depravity because of his intense seductive power. His bewitching beauty is often interpreted as a manifestation of lust. Lucifer thus embodies perversion and decadent appeal, representing the temptation to give in to forbidden pleasures and excessive desires.

Pronounced wear of the gilding.
PERIOD : 19th century
Total length : 32cm / 12.6"
Blade length : 20cm / 7.9"

The origin of occult ritual weapons dates back to the first human beliefs, and it is common to discover ritual knives made of flint, gold or jade among ancient pre-Columbian civilizations as well as in the Shang civilization. Gallic warriors, under the orders of Vercingetorix, attributed particular importance to their swords, believing that they must be imbued with the blood of a victim to capture its vital energy, thus transforming the blade into an "animated" object. During the Middle Ages, witches used the arthame, a magic knife, to carry out mysterious operations.

It is undeniable that the mysterious daggers of the Romantic era were designed for a specific purpose, for even today they continue to play a significant role in the initiation rituals of certain secret societies and in strange black mass ceremonies .

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