This sigil reflects Belial’s role as the Keeper of the Gate of Daath. The seven-pointed star typifies the seven Qliphoth below the Abyss, which are also symbolic of the seven steps in the Qliphothic initiatory process, corresponding to the seven heads of the Dragon in the Draconian Tradition. It is connected with the mysteries of Babalon, hence the sigil also refers to the symbolism of the feminine, in which the kteis of the goddess is the entrance to Sitra Ahra. It represents the gnosis of the Abyss accessed by the initiate entering the gate of Belial, empowered by Lucifer’s Flame of Ascension. The two skulls in the sigil typify the double aspect of Belial’s Qliphothic Current, representing his role as the guardian of both the Nightside and the Dayside, the lord of the Gate of Daath/Death. Finally, the trident, the ancient emblem of kingship and authority, shows that we are dealing here with a powerful demonic ruler.