What Is Sigil of Lucifer? and What Does It Represent?

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When people look at satanic symbols, they are filled with feelings of doubt, hesitation, and dread. This is because these symbols have been represented as something negative and evil. But when one asks Satanists themselves about the meaning and significance of these emblems, they beg to differ.

A satanic symbol, like Lucifer’s Sigil, has various meanings and interpretations. Some even consider it to be awe-inspiring and motivating. Let’s take a closer look at Lucifer’s Sigil and see the different meanings it has.  

What is the Sigil of Lucifer?

A Sigil is a magical and mystical symbol that is associated with supernatural elements. the Sigil of Lucifer is one such symbol, used to connect with the fallen angel Lucifer. It’s prevalent in both Satanism and Luciferianism, and represents Lucifer, a.k.a. Satan.

The Sigil of Lucifer is also called:

  • Seal of Satan 
  • Sigil of Satan
  • Sigillum Luciferi
  • Sigillum Diabolus
  • Sigillum Satanas

Origins of Lucifers Sigil 

The Sigil of Lucifer was used back in the 1400s, in the region that is now called Italy. Latin speakers from the Roman Empire settled in Italy and were known to use the Sigil of Lucifer. But the symbol was only documented in the 16th century, in a text called Grimoirium Very, or the Grimoire of Truth. This text served as a guide for those who wanted to invoke and communicate with Lucifer. In the text, the Sigil of Lucifer was the third sign and was inspired by the nine-by-nine magical square.

Characteristics of Lucifers Sigil 

What is sigil of Lucifer

At first glance, the Sigil of Lucifer looks like a chalice with an X symbol drawn on over it. Experts say that the chalice itself is a symbol of creation, and the X represents power. the symbol also has an inverted triangle known as the Original Elixir of Ecstasy. The inverted triangle represents water and emphasizes how it’s important for survival.  

At the very bottom of the chalice is a letter V that symbolizes the dualities, such as man/woman, light/dark and so on. Just like the two lines of the V that come together, the dualities also eventually merge to create balance. 

The Sigil of Lucifer has many colors. When it’s blue or violet, it represents Lucifer, and when it has shades of orange or red it symbolizes Satan.

Uses of Lucifers Sigil 

Lucifers Sigil is used as a visual invocation during rituals, and it helps to connect and communicate with Lucifer. Nowadays, the symbol is used by both Luciferians and Satanists alike as a representation of Lucifer himself. 

Symbolic Meanings of Lucifer’s Sigil 

There are various symbolic meanings associated with Lucifers Sigil. Let’s take a brief look at some of them. 

  • Symbol of Freedom and Independence: According to Satanists, Lucifer is a representation of freedom and independence. He was one of the very few, who could stand against the Almighty and decide his own fate. 
  • Symbol of Light/Wisdom: Lucifer is considered by Satanists to be a bearer of light and a symbol of wisdom. Even before his fall, Lucifer was one of the brightest and most intelligent angels in God’s Kingdom. 
  • Symbol of Creation/Existence/Power: The Sigil of Lucifer is an emblem of the fallen angel himself, and the various components of the symbol represent creation, existence, and power. 

Lucifers Sigil in Jewelry

Lucifers Sigil pendants are quite popular and are sold by Amazon and Etsy. Even if one doesn’t associate themselves with Satanists, the pieces can still be worn for their unique and beautiful design. However, most people prefer to avoid this symbol as it is viewed as controversial.

In Brief

Lucifers Sigil is a good example of how a symbol can have many layers of profound meanings. While most of the meanings of this symbol are positive, many prefer to stay away from it as they find it frightening and evil due to its association with Satan. If you would like to learn more about other occult symbols, check out our list.

Dani Rhys

Dani Rhys

Dani Rhys has worked as a writer and editor for over 15 years. She holds a Masters degree in Linguistics and Education, and has also studied Political Science, Ancient History and Literature. She has a wide range of interests ranging from ancient cultures and mythology to Harry Potter and gardening. She works as the chief editor of Symbol Sage but also takes the time to write on topics that interest her.

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