Third Devil’s Gate Engraving – Book of Shadows

The third devil’s gate engraving comes from the Latin coded words in the Delomelanicon, VERB. D.SUM C.S.T ARCAN., which is written as VERBUM DIMISSUM CUSTODIAT ARCANUM. The English translation, although not correct but accepted, says : Wasted Breath Keeps A Secret. The correct transliteration should be, The Missing Word Keeps A Secret.

The engraving is significative. A vagrant, or a pilgrim, heads towards a bridge which spans a river that joins heaven with hell. At each end, a fortified door bars access. On a cloud, a bowman represents the rage of God and aims in the direction of the road leading to the bridge, as if there is a terrible warning. Not recommended to play with secret things.

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