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Asamod is a variable of Asmodeus, but in Hebrew Asamod means “to destroy”, and in Persian Azmonden means “to tempt” or “put to the test”.

I chose the name for the vibration and to symbolize that I intend to break/destroy old paradigms.

The real origin of the word is Aeshma-daeva, a fiery and lustful demon in Persian mythology and Zoroastrianism who was sometimes called "the shining angel”.

Some interpret daēva as "demon", but it is inaccurate. In Hinduism, devas are divine spirits. In Persian mythology, not all daēva were negative.