Aleister's method of diminishing Coronzon's power before applying the seal by stepping on her is stated to be derived from the tale of St. Margaret. The one referred to is St. Margaret of Antioch, who is said to have defeated a demon and put it underfoot.
Aleister Crowley (towards Coronzon): "The world of magic emphasizes symbolism. And that does not just apply to special individuals, silver weapons protected by a tribe, and marble ruins. Wrapping a waist band, thrusting a spear, and other perfectly ordinary actions are given an extra value. And at this point, I am not going to explain what each individual thing means. What matters is that all phenomena have meaning, Coronzon. It was not there in the first place, but just as people used up all the available internet addresses, fools like us have left almost no empty space."
Aleister Crowley (after temporarily sealing Coronzon): "...I will take it all back, Coronzon. Along with my second daughter."
Aleister Crowley: "Magic and science. I suppose it’s time to destroy every part of the world I divided."