Michael W. Ford - Luciferian Sorcery and SetTyphon
Set is considered in the developing Luciferian Gnosis as the Adversary, an early form of the Adversary. The crocodile god Sebak in the Egyptian Book of the Dead draws some aspects similar in nature to Set, such as the forms he would take. Seemingly, it is considered by the initiatory focus into the symbol and traits of Set, “Verily the Greatest of the Gods” embodied many different aspects and forms in Egyptian mythology. Seker seems to also be a God associated with the early manifestation of Set, in the Tuat, one of the tunnels which were under the control of Seker was guarded by a serpent with four legs, scorpions, vipers, and other winged demons.