R/5/735 – 4 prints, one of a naked woman with a sword, three sigils; and notes

Collection Number:
R/5/735
Object name:
4 prints, one of a naked woman with a sword, three sigils; and notes
Object type:
Print
Languages:
Dutch,English
Associations/Cults:
Freemasonry
Book titles referenced:
Signa Magica / The White Witch p. 104
Book locations referenced:
/ Bodleian Library Oxford
People referenced:
Jantje Leferink Vriezeveenschewijk November 1940
Alpha-magical:
Russian characters

The woman stands in a box with the sign of mercury, in front of a candle. She holds a sword. Two multi-fold crosses. A symbol that might be a phallus, and the Russian word for it. ‘No. 1108-Q, Aant. [notes] 1941, pag. 91 e.v. [and further]; VI “The White Witch” (pag. 104, Bodleian Library, Oxford.) Vriezeveenschewijk, November 1940, Jantje Leferink. E.’
‘No. 1109-Q. Aant. [notes] ’41, p. 58, ao. Ca. 1830. O?32°. E.’
‘No. 1110-Q, Aant. 1941, pag. 104: ??? = chuj = “lul”, mannelijkheid [cock, manhood]. Voor de verklaring van dit symbol – geen mannelijkheid- zie [for the explanation of this symbol – no manhood- see] Signa MAgica, XIV-231-B en Aant. [and notes] 1939, pag. 38. E.’