What are the characteristics of Goetic demons

List of demons in the Ars Goetia - List of demons in the Ars Goetia

The names of the demons (see below) come from the Ars Goetia which differ in number and rank from Pseudomonarchia daemonum differs from Johann Weyer. Due to several translations, there are several spellings for some names, which are explained in more detail in the corresponding articles. The only demon that lives in Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, but not in the Ars Goetia occurs is Pruflas.

Demons

Kings

A wood carving by Belial and some of his followers from Jacobus de Teramo's book Beech Belial (1473).
  1. After the Grand Grimoire is Baal (or Bael) the head of the forces of hell. He is also the first demon to be found in Wierus' Pseudomonarchia daemonum is listed . According to Wierus, Bael is the first king of hell with lands in the east. He has three heads: a toad, a man and a cat. He also speaks in a loud but well-formed voice and commands 66 legions. Bael teaches the art of invisibility and can be the equivalent of Baal or Baalzebub, one of the seven princes of Hell.
  2. Paimon (also Paimonia, Paymon) is one of the kings of hell, more obedient to Lucifer than other kings and has two hundred legions of demons under his rule. He has a great voice and yells as soon as he comes. He speaks this way for a while, until the summoner forces him to, and then he clearly answers the questions that are asked of him. When a summoner calls on this demon he must look northwest, in the direction of Paimon's house, and when Paimon appears he must be allowed to ask the summoner what he wants and be answered in order to get the same from him.
    1. Paimon teaches all arts, philosophies and sciences and secret things; He can reveal all the secrets of the earth, wind and water, what the spirit is and where it is and everything the conjurer wants to know. He gives good confidants, dignities and confirms them and binds people to the will of the conjurer.
    2. If Paimon is quoted alone and sacrifice or sacrifice must be made, he will accept it; then two kings named Beball (Bebal or Labal) and Abalam (Abalim), along with other spirits, often twenty-five legions, will go to him; But these other spirits don't always come unless the summoner calls on them.
    3. Paimon is depicted as a man with a female face, wearing a precious crown and riding a dromedary. A multitude of demons in the form of men who play trumpets, cymbals, and any other kind of musical instrument often walk before him.
  3. Beleth (also spelled Bilet, Bileth and Byleth) is a mighty and terrible King of Hell who has 85 legions of demons under his command. He rides a war horse, and according to most demonology writers and the most famous magical books, all kinds of music can be heard before him. According to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum was Noah's son Ham was the first to call after the flood and with his help wrote a book on mathematics.
    1. When he shows up he looks very wild to scare the summoner or to see if he's brave. The summoner has to be brave and if he is holding a hazel stick he has to draw a triangle by striking south, east and up, and command Beleth into it by some incantations.
    2. If he does not obey, the summoner must rehearse all threats that the summons made. Then Beleth will obey and do whatever is commanded, but the summoner must be respectful and pay homage to Beleth because of his rank and hold a silver ring in the middle finger of his left hand against his face, as is the use of infernal kings and princes before Amaymon.
    3. Beleth gives all the love of men and women offered to him until the conjurer is satisfied.
  4. Purson (also Curson, Pursan) is a great king of hell, who is served and obeyed by twenty-two legions of demons. He knows hidden things, can find treasures and tells the past, present and future. He takes a human or air body and truly responds to all secret and divine things on earth and the creation of the world. He also brings good friends with him. Purson is portrayed as a man with the face of a lion, holding a wild viper and riding a bear. Many trumpets can be heard in front of him.
  5. Asmodeus (also Ashmodai, Asmodeus, Asmody, Asmoday) appears as king 'Asmoday' in the Ars Goetia, where he is said to have a seal in gold and, depending on his rank, is listed as number 32. He "is strong, mighty, and appears with three heads; the first is like a bull, the second like a man, and the third like a ram; the tail of a serpent and flames of fire go out from his mouth." He, too, sits on a hellish dragon, holds a lance with a flag and among the legions of Amaymon , Asmoday seventy-two legions ruled by lesser spirits.
  6. (King / Count) Vine (also Viné, Vinea) is an earl and also a king of hell who commands 36 legions of demons. He can tell the present, past and future, discover witches and hidden things, create storms and make the water rough with them, as well as tear down walls and build towers. This demon is represented as a lion holding a snake and riding a black horse. The etymology of his name seems to be the Latin word "vinea", vine. This is also the name of an old war machine made of wood, covered with leather and twigs and used for the Overturning walls is used .
  7. Balam (also Balaam, Balan) is a great and powerful king of hell who commands over forty legions of demons. He gives perfect answers to past, present and coming things and can also make men invisible and funny. Balam is depicted as having three heads. One head is the head of a bull, the second is a man's, and the third is a ram. He has flaming eyes and the tail of a snake. He carries a hawk on his fist and rides a strong bear. At other times he is portrayed as a naked man riding a bear. His name seems to have been taken from Balaam, the biblical magician.
  8. (King / President) Zagan (also Zagam) is a great king and president of hell and commands over 33 legions of demons. He makes men funny; He can also turn wine into water, water into wine, and blood into wine (after Pseudomonarchia daemonum Blood in oil, oil in blood and a fool in a wise man). Another of his skills is turning metals into coins that are made from that metal (i.e. gold into a gold coin, copper into a copper coin, etc.). Zagan is depicted as a griffin-winged bull that transforms into a man after a while.
  9. Belial (also Belhor, Baalial, Beliar, Beliall, Beliel) is called the sixty-eighth spirit of the Small key of Solomon listed. He is a king of hell with 80 legions of demons and 50 legions of ghosts under his command. He was created first after Lucifer. He has the power to distribute senators and makes excellent confidants. Offerings, sacrifices and gifts must be brought to him, otherwise he will not give true answers to demands.

Dukes

  1. Amdusias (also Amduscias, Amdukias or Ambduscias) has 29 legions of demons and spirits under his command. He is depicted as a person with claws instead of hands and feet, the head of a unicorn and a trumpet to symbolize his powerful voice. Amdusias is associated with thunder and its voice has been said to be heard during storms. In other sources, he is accompanied by trumpets when he comes and will give concerts on command, but while all of his types of musical instruments can be heard, they cannot be seen. He is considered the demon responsible for the cacophonic music that is played in hell. He can bend trees at will.
  2. Agares (or Agreas ) who rule the eastern zone of Hell and are served by 31 legions of demons. He can bring back runaways and make those who stand still run and enjoy teaching immoral expressions. He also has the power to destroy temporal and supernatural dignities. He is depicted as a pale old man riding a crocodile.
  3. Valefar (or Malaphar, Malephar, Valafar, Valefor) is a Duke of Hell. He tries to steal people and is responsible for good relationships between thieves. Valefar is considered well known by his staff "until they are trapped". He commands ten legions of demons. He is depicted as a lion with a man's head or as a lion with a donkey's head.
  4. Barbatos is a Count and Duke of Hell who rules thirty legions of demons and has four kings as companions to rule his legions. He gives the understanding of the voices of animals, tells past and future, reconciles friends and rulers and can lead people to hidden treasures hidden by the enchantment of magicians. His name seems to derive from the Latin "barbatus", bearded, old man, philosopher. He is in The Lesser Key of Solomon mentioned .
  5. Casting (also Gusoin, Gusoyn) is a strong Grand Duke of Hell and rules over forty legions of demons. He tells all things past, present and future, shows the meaning of all questions that are asked of him, reconciles friends and gives honor and dignity. He is represented as a baboon or, according to some, in the form of a "Xenophilus".
  6. Eligos (also Abigor or Eligor) is a Grand Duke of Hell and rules 60 legions of demons. He discovers hidden things and knows the future of wars and how soldiers should meet. It also attracts the favor of lords, knights, and other important people. He is depicted in the form of a good knight carrying a lance, ensign and scepter (a snake by Aleister Crowley). Alternatively, he is depicted as a ghostly ghost sometimes riding a semi-skeletal (sometimes winged) horse or Abigor's steed. This is a servant of Hell itself and was a gift from Beelzebub. It was created from the remains of one of the horses in the Garden of Eden.
  7. Zepar is a great duke of hell. He commands 26 legions of inferior spirits. His job is to get women to love men and to bring them together in love. It makes women sterile. He is depicted with red clothing and armor like a soldier.
  8. Bathin (or Bathym, Mathim, Marthim) is a Duke (Grand Duke after Pseudomonarchia daemonum ) Hell, which has thirty legions of demons under its command. He knows the virtues of precious stones and herbs and can suddenly move men from one country to another. It helps one achieve an astral projection and takes you where you want to go. He is depicted as a strong man with the tail of a snake riding a pale horse.
  9. Saleos (also Sallos and Zaleos) is a powerful Grand Duke (a great Count of Johann Weyer) of Hell who rules thirty legions of demons, although Weyer does not mention anything about legions under his command. He is more pacifist Nature and causes men to love women and women to love men. He is depicted as a brave and handsome soldier wearing a ducal crown and riding a crocodile.
  10. Aim (also Aym or Haborym) is a great Duke of Hell, very strong and rules over 26 legions of demons. He sets cities, castles and large places on fire, makes men funny in every way and gives true answers in private matters. He is portrayed as a man (handsome for some sources) but with three heads, one a snake, the second a man, and the third a cat for most authors, though some say of a calf riding a viper. and in his hand a burning fireworks display with which he sets the desired things on fire.
  11. Buné is a great Duke of Hell, mighty and strong, who has thirty legions of demons under his command. He changes the place of the dead and turns them into demons, who are under his power to gather on these graves. Buné makes men eloquent and wise and gives true answers to their demands and also to their wealth. He speaks in a pleasantly high voice. Buné is depicted as a three-headed dragon whose heads are like those of a dog, a griffin, and a man (although, according to some magic books, he has two heads like a dragon and the third like a man).
  12. Berith (also Baal-Berith) is a great Duke of Hell, powerful and terrible and has 26 legions of demons under his command. He tells things of the past, present and future with true answers; He can also turn all metals into gold, give dignity to people and affirm them. He speaks in a clear and refined voice, and as recounted in Aleister Crowley's Illustrated Goetia , he's a liar if not answering questions. To speak to him, the summoner must wear a silver ring and place it in front of his face in the same shape as is required in Beleth's case and demons before Amaymon. He is depicted as a soldier wearing red clothes, a gold crown, and a red horse. Books on the subject say that he is called upon being called upon and is called Berith by the Jews (see below). According to some 16th century demonologists, his power is stronger in June, while Sebastien Michaelis proposes murder and blasphemy, and his opponent is Saint Barnabas. His name was certainly taken from Baal Berith (god), a form of Baal worshiped in Berith (Beirut), Phenicia. In alchemy, Berith was the element with which all metals could be converted into gold. "Berith" is the Hebrew word for covenant, it comes from the Akkadian (Babylonian) word "Biritu", which means "to bind" or "to bind".
  13. Astaroth (also Ashtaroth, Astarot and Asteroth) is im Small key of Solomon referred to as a very powerful demon. In art, in the Dictionnaire Infernal , Astaroth is depicted as a naked man with feathered wings, wearing a crown, holding a snake in one hand, and an animal with riding dragon-like wings and a snake-like tail. According to Sebastien Michaelis, he is a demon of the First Hierarchy who seduces through laziness, vanity and rationalized philosophies.
    Astaroth's seal (according to The Lesser Key of Solomon ).
    His opponent is St. Bartholomew, who can protect himself from him because he has withstood the temptations of Astaroth. He teaches others mathematical sciences and handicrafts, can make men invisible and lead them to hidden treasures and answers every question posed to him. He is also said to give mortal beings power over snakes. Its name may come from the goddess Asherah or Astarte.
  14. Focalor (also Forcalor, Furcalor) is a powerful Grand Duke of Hell who commands three or thirty legions of spirits. Focalor will be in The Lesser Key of Solomon mentioned as the forty-first of the 72 Goetic demons. According to the Grimoire: Focalor appears in the form of a man with a griffin 's wing, kills men, drowns them and overturns warships; but if commanded by the conjurer, it will not harm any man or thing. Focalor has power over wind and sea and had hoped to return to heaven after a thousand years, but his hopes have been deceived. One of the three arch demons, Lucifuge Rofocale, got its middle name as an anagram of Focalor, suggesting an intellectual relationship.
  15. Vepar (also Separ, Vephar) is a strong Grand Duke of Hell and rules 29 legions of demons. He rules the waters and leads armored ships loaded with ammunition and weapons. If desired, he can also make the sea rough and stormy and appear full of ships. Vepar can make men die in three days by rotting wounds and wounds and breeding worms in them. However, if the summoner so wishes, he can heal them immediately. Vepar is portrayed as a mermaid.
  16. Vual (also Uvall, Voval, Vreal, Wal, Wall) is a powerful Grand Duke of Hell who commands thirty-seven legions of demons. He gives love to women, creates friendship between friends and enemies and tells past, present and future things. Vual is depicted as a dromedary who after a while transforms his form into a man and speaks the Egyptian language, but not perfectly, in a deep voice.
  17. Crocell (also called Crokel or Procell) is the 49th spirit of Goetia and manifests as an angel with a tendency to speak in dark and mysterious ways. Once a member of the forces, he is now a Duke of Hell, ruling over 48 legions of demons. When called by a conjurer, he can teach geometry and other liberal sciences. It can also heat water, create the illusion of the rush of water and reveal the location of natural baths.
  18. Allocer (also Alocer, Alloces) is a demon whose title is Grand Duke of Hell and who has thirty-six legions of demons under his command. He brings people to immorality and teaches art and all the secrets of heaven. Johann Weyer describes him as a knight on a huge horse. His face has Leonine features; he has a reddish complexion and burning eyes; and he speaks with a lot of gravity. He should provide good confidants and teach astronomy and the humanities. Allocer is often depicted on a horse with dragon legs.
  19. (Duke / Count) marbles (also Murmus, Murmuur, Murmux) is a great Duke and Count of Hell and has thirty legions of demons under his command. He teaches philosophy and can oblige the souls of the deceased to appear before the summoner to answer any desired question. Marble is depicted as a soldier riding a vulture or griffin and wearing a ducal crown. Two of his ministers walk in front of him and make trumpets. "Murmur" means noise, whispering, murmuring and the sound of the trumpet in Latin.
  20. Gremory (also Gamory, Gemory or Gomory) is a mighty Duke of Hell who rules 26 legions of demons. It tells everything about the past, present and future, about hidden treasures and conveys the love of women, young and old, but above all of girls. He is represented in the form of a beautiful woman with a duchess's crown tied around her waist and riding a camel.
  21. Vapula (also Naphula) is a powerful Grand Duke of Hell who commands thirty-six legions of demons. He teaches philosophy, mechanics and science. Vapula is depicted as a griffin-winged lion.
  22. Flauros (also Flavros, Hauras, Haures, Havres) is a strong Grand Duke of Hell who ruled thirty-six (after Pseudomonarchia daemonum twenty) has legions of demons. He gives true answers to all things past, present and future, but he must first be commanded to enter a magical triangle because if not he will lie, deceive the summoner and seduce him in other matters. But when he enters the triangle he will answer truthfully and happily talk about divinity, the creation of the world, himself and other fallen angels. He can also destroy all of the summoner's enemies by burning them. If the magician asks, he will not suffer temptations from any spirit or form. It is generally depicted as a humanoid leopard with large claws. Flauros is depicted as a terrible and strong leopard who, at the request of the conjurer, turns into a man with fiery eyes and a terrible expression. Flauros can also supposedly be invoked when a mortal wants to take revenge on other demons. This is likely included in its ability to destroy the summoner's enemies.
  23. Dantalion's seal from the Little Key of Solomon
    Dantalion (or Dantalian) is a powerful Grand Duke of Hell with thirty-six legions of demons under his command. He is the 71st of 72 spirits of Solomon. He teaches all the arts and sciences and also explains the secret advice of everyone, since he knows the thoughts of all people and can change them at his will. He can also cause love and show each person's likeness, show the same through a vision and make him be in any part of the world he wants. He is represented as a man of many apparitions, which means the faces of all men and women. There are also many representations in which he is supposed to be holding a book in one hand:

The seventy-first spirit is Dantalion. He is a great and powerful duke who appears in the form of a man of many faces, all male and female faces; and he has a book in his right hand. His office is to teach everyone all the arts and sciences; and declare anyone's privy councilor; because he knows the thoughts of all men and women and can change them according to his will. He can cause love and show each person's parable and show the same by vision, let him be in whatever part of the world he wants. He rules 36 legions of spirits; and this is his seal that you bear, etc.
                    - The little key of Solomon

Princes

  1. Vassago (also Vasago, Usagoo) is a mighty prince of hell ( see hierarchy of demons ) who rules over 26 legions of demons. He can be persuaded to tell the wizard of past and future events, to discover hidden and lost things, and has a "good" nature. A partial description from the Little Key of Solomon reads as follows: "The Third Spirit is a mighty prince who is of the same nature as Agares. He is called Vassago. That spirit is of good nature, and his office is to explain things past and future, and everything too discover what is hidden or lost. "According to the Liber Officium Spirituum he manifests as an angel.
  2. Sitri (also Bitru, Sytry) is a great prince of Hell and rules over sixty legions of demons. He makes men love women and vice versa, and can make people bare naked if so desired. He is depicted with the face of a leopard and the wings of a griffin, but at the request of the conjurer, he turns into a very handsome man.
  3. (Count / Prince) Ipos (also Aiperos, Ayperos, Ayporos, Ipes) is a count and powerful prince of hell who has thirty-six legions of demons under his command. He knows and can reveal all things, past, present and future. He can make men funny and brave. He is usually depicted with the body of an angel with the head of a lion, the tail of a hare and the feet of a goose, less often in the same shape but with the body of a lion and rarely as a vulture.
  4. (Prince / President) Gaap (also Goap, Tap) is a powerful prince and great President of Hell, commanding sixty-six legions of demons. He's after that Small key of Solomon the king and prince of the southern region of hell and earth and after the Pseudomonarchia daemonum (False Monarchy of Demons) the king of the western region and as powerful as Beleth, but for both he is the leader of the four kings (the others are Ziminiar, Corson and Amaymon, although some translations of few keys from Solomon consider Belial, Beleth, Asmodai and gaap, not giving in detail on the cardinal point that they rule). It is said to be better conjured up when the sun is in a southern zodiacal sign. Gaap specifically controls the element of water and rules over the water elementals or the 'water demons'. Gaap teaches philosophy and all liberal sciences, can cause love or hate and make people insensitive and invisible, free confidants from the care of other magicians, teaches how to consecrate the things that belong to the rule of his king Amaymon (there is a contradiction) here , see above), gives true answers regarding the past, present and future and can quickly carry people and things from one nation to another and carry them again according to the will of the summoner. According to some authors, it can make men ignorant. According to Pseudomonarchia daemonum Certain necromancers honor him with sacrifices and burning offerings. He is represented in human form.
  5. Stoles (also known as Stolos, Stoppas and Solas) is "a great prince of Hell, commands 26 legions of demons. He teaches astronomy and is familiar with herbs, plants and precious stones. He is often depicted as a raven or a crowned owl with long." Legs. "
  6. Orobas is a mighty Great Prince of Hell who has twenty legions of demons under his control. He supposedly gives true answers to things past, present, and coming, divinity, and the creation of the world; It also bestows dignities and prelates, as well as the favor of friends and enemies. Orobas is loyal to the conjurer, does not allow any ghost to deceive him and never deceives anyone. He is depicted as a horse that turns into a man at the summoner's request. The name could come from the Latin "orobias", a type of incense.
  7. Seir (also known as Seire, Seere or Sear) is a prince of Hell with 26 legions of demons under his command. He can go to any place on earth in seconds to carry out the will of the summoner, bring abundance, find hidden treasure or commit robbery. He is not a demon of evil, but of good nature, mostly indifferent to evil. He is depicted as a man on a winged horse and is said to be beautiful.

Marquises

  1. Gamigin (also Gamygin, Gamigm or Samigina) is a great marquis of hell who rules over thirty legions of demons. He teaches all liberal science and reports on the souls of those who died in sin and drowned in the sea, and speaks in a hoarse voice. He also answers the questions and stays with the summoner until he is satisfied. Gamigin is depicted as a small horse or donkey that transforms into a man at the summoner's request.
  2. Aamon (or Amon, Nahum) is a marquis of hell who rules forty hellish legions. He appears as a wolf with a snake tail that can breathe fire, or as a man with a raven head, sometimes depicted with canine teeth. He tells of all things past and future. He creates feuds and reconciles controversies between friends and foes.
  3. Leraje (also Leraie, Leraikha, Leraye, Loray, Oray) is a mighty great Marquis of Hell who has thirty legions of demons under his power. It causes great fights and quarrels and makes gangrene wounds caused by arrows. He is depicted as a brave and handsome archer clad in green, carrying a bow and quiver.
  4. The demon Naberius (also Naberus, Nebiros and Cerberus, Cerbere) was first mentioned in 1583 by Johann Weyer. He is reputedly the bravest marquis of Hell and has nineteen legions of demons under his command. He makes men cunning in all arts, but especially in rhetoric, and speaks in a hoarse voice. He also restores lost honors and honors, although he procures the loss for Johann Weyer. Naberius appears as a three-headed dog or raven. He has a loud voice, but presents himself as eloquent and amiable. He teaches the art of loving living. He is represented as a crow or a black crane. Regarding its name, it is unclear whether there is any association with the Greek Cerberus. It is said that Johann Weyer viewed both as the same demon in 1583. He claimed:

    Naberius [Naberus], alias Cerberus, is a brave marquess who appears in the shape of a crow when he speaks in a hoarse voice: he makes a man amiable and cunning in all arts, and especially in rhetoric he procures the loss of prelates and dignity: nineteen legions heat him (and obey him).

  5. (Marquis \ Count) Ronové (also Ronove, Roneve, Ronwe) is a marquis and great Earl of Hell who commands twenty legions of demons. He teaches rhetoric, languages ​​and gives good and faithful servants and the favor of friends and enemies. He is described as a monster holding a staff without describing his appearance. He is also described as a buyer of old souls; often come to earth to reap souls from decrepit humans and animals near death.
  6. Forneus is a great Marquis of Hell and has 29 legions of demons under his rule. He teaches rhetoric and languages, gives men good names and makes them loved by their friends and enemies. He is depicted as a large sea monster. Its name seems to come from the Latin "Fornus", "Furnus": "oven".
  7. Marchosias (also Marchocias) is a mighty great marquis of hell who commands thirty legions of demons. He is a strong and excellent fighter and very reliable to the summoner who gives real answers to all questions. After 1200 years, Marchosias hoped to return to heaven with the not fallen angels, but he is deceived in this hope. He is depicted as a wolf with the shape of a man, as well as the wings of a griffin and the tail of a snake, which on request changes its shape to a man. The name Marchosias comes from the late Latin Marchio "Marquis".
  8. Phenex (also Pheynix, Phoenix, Phoeniex) is a great marquis of hell and has twenty legions of demons under his command. He teaches all the wonderful sciences, is an excellent poet, and is very obedient to the conjurer. Phenex hopes to return to heaven after 1200 years, but is deceived in that hope. He is depicted as a phoenix singing sweet tones in the voice of a child, but the conjurer must warn his companions (for he does not have to be alone) not to hear them and ask him to assume the human form that the demon is supposed to be after a certain time. Johann Weyers Pseudomonarchia daemonum describes this spirit as follows:

    Phoenix is ​​a great marquess who looks like the Phoenix bird and has a child's voice. However, before standing still in front of the conjurer, he sings a lot of sweet notes. Then the exorcist and his companions have to be careful not to give the melody any zeal, but to gradually bring it into a humane form; then he will speak wonderfully of all wonderful sciences. He is an excellent poet, and obediently he hopes to return to the seventh throne after a thousand two hundredth years, and rules twenty legions.

  9. Sabnock (also Sab Nac , Sabnac , Sabnach , Sabnack , Sabnacke , Salmac and Savnock ) is a powerful great Marquis of Hell who has 50 legions of demons under his command. He builds tall towers, castles and cities, equips them with weapons, ammunition, etc., gives good confidants and can meet men for several days to make their wounds and wounds gangrenous or to fill them with worms. Sabnock is depicted as a soldier with armor and weapons, the head of a lion, and on a pale horse.
  10. Shax (also written Chax, Shan, Shass, Shaz and Scox) is a great marquis of hell and has power over 30 legions of demons on evil horses. He takes away the sight, hearing and understanding of a person at the request of the conjurer and steals money from the houses of kings and carries it back to the people. He also steals horses and anything the summoner asks. Shax can also discover hidden things when not held by evil spirits and sometimes gives good confidants, but sometimes these confidants deceive the summoner. He shouldn't be bothered too often. Shax is considered loyal and obedient but is a great liar and will deceive the summoner unless he has to enter a magical triangle drawn on the floor. He will then speak wonderfully and tell the truth. He knows when lies are being told and uses them to teach lessons. He is depicted as a stork speaking in a hoarse but subtle voice. His voice turns into a beautiful one as soon as he enters the magic triangle.
  11. Orias (also spelled Oriax) is a great Marquis of Hell and has thirty legions of demons under his command. He knows and teaches the virtues of the stars and the mansions of the planets (the influence of each planet depends on the astrological sign in which it is at a given moment, and the influence of this sign on an individual, depending on how the zodiac was configured at the moment of his birth or at the moment of asking the astrologer); He also gives dignities, prelates, and the favors of friends and enemies, and can transform a man into any form.
  12. Andras is a great Marquis of Hell who has thirty legions of demons under his command. He sows discord among people. According to Goetia, Andras was a Grand Marquis of Hell who appeared with the body of a winged angel and the head of an owl or raven, rode a strong black wolf and wielded a sharp and bright sword. He was also responsible for sowing discord and commanded 30 infernal legions. He is the 63rd of the 72 spirits of Solomon. Andras was considered an extremely dangerous demon who could kill the summoning magician and his assistants if no precautions were taken. The Dutch demonologist Johannes Wier says in his Pseudomonarchia daemonum about Andras:

    Andras is a great marquess and appears to be in an angel shape with a head like a black night raven. He rides a black and a very strong wool lining and flowers with a sharp sword in hand. He can kill the master, the servant and all assistants, he is the author of discord and rules thirty legions.

    Another demonologist, Collin de Plancy, also mentions Andras in his writings:

Grand Marquis of Hell. He appears to have the body of an angel and the head of a tawny owl, and he is riding a black wolf and holding a sharp saber in his hand. He teaches those whom he prefers to kill their enemies, masters and servants. It causes anger and discord. He commands thirty legions.

13. Andrealphus (also Androalphus) appears as the 54th demon in Johann Weyer's volume on demonology Pseudomonarchia daemonum and is described as a great marquis with the appearance of a peacock who makes great noises and teaches cunning in astronomy and in human form also teaches geometry in a perfect manner. It is also described that he rules over thirty legions and can turn any man into a bird. Andrealphus also appears as the 65th demon in Goetia, where he is described with similar characteristics, but also the ability to make men subtle in all things mensuration, among other things.

14. Kimaris (also known by the alternate names Cimeies, Cimejes, and Cimeries) is best known as the 66th demon of the first part of the Lemegeton (popularly as Ars Goetia known ). Described as a warrior riding a well-black horse, he has the ability to find lost or hidden treasure, teach trivium (grammar, logic, and rhetoric), and make a man a warrior of his own likeness. He has the rank of marquis and is served by 20 legions. He also rules over all the spirits of Africa. The same description can be found in the earlier text by Johann Weyers Demon catalog Pseudomonarchia Daemonum (published 1563). Even earlier is the Munich Handbook of Necromancy: Clm 849 (published by Richard Kieckhefer as Forbidden Rites: A 15th Century Necromancer's Handbook 1998), which lists an entity named Tuvries with much the same characteristics except that it has 30 legions of servants and can cause a person to quickly cross seas and rivers. Tuvries is most likely a mistranscription by Cymries. Kimaris as Cimeries can also be found on Anton LaVey's list of hellish names, although it is not known why LaVey chose Kimaris as one of the comparatively few Goetic daimons. Aleister Crowley, in 777 , Kimaris gives the Hebrew spelling KYMAVR and attributes him to the four disks and the third decan of the Capricorn of the night. KYMAVR can allude to "Khem-our" (black light), a form of Horus mentioned in HPBlavatsky's Secret doctrine . In Sepher Sephiroth he is listed as KYTzAVR with a gematria of 327, although KYMAVR = 277. Since Tzaddi = 90, which is also written entirely meme, the gematria substitution can be intentional or blind. In Harleian Ms. 6482, entitled "The Rosie Crucian Secrets" (printed by the Aquarian Press, 1985), Dr. Rudd Cimeries as the 26th ghost used by King Solomon. He also attributes an angel Cimeriel to one of Dees Enochian Ensigns of Creation, the panel of 24 mansions (see McLean, Treatise on Angel Magic ). The earliest mention of Chamariel is in Rossis Gnostic treatise (see Meyer and Smith, Ancient Christian Magic ). It is likely that the earliest mention of Kimaris is also Coptic, found in the London Oriental MSS 6796, where the name "Akathama Chamaris" appears (Meyer and Smith). In this text, the entity in question does not appear to be evil; Rather, he is addressed as a god-like helping spirit. Baskins Dictionary of Satanism suspected that Cimeries derives from Cimmerians, a warlike people mentioned in the works of several classical authors as dwelling completely in the dark. It's also possible that Cimeries descended from Chimaira, the three-headed, fire-breathing lion-goat snake who eventually became one of the guardians of the underworld. There is a precedent when you consider that the harmless phoenix is ​​also in the Goetia being demonized.

fifteen. Decarabia (also Carabia called) is a demon and loud The Lesser Key of Solomon a great marquis of hell or a king and count according to the original Latin version of the Pseudomonarchia daemonum (these were somehow omitted by Reginald Scot). He has thirty legions of demons under his command. Decarabia knows the virtues of all herbs and precious stones and can transform herself into all birds and sing and fly in front of the conjurer like them. He is depicted as a pentagram star that transforms into a man at the summoner's request.

Earls

  1. For for (also Ford ) is a mighty great Count of Hell and the ruler of 26 legions of demons. He's a liar if he's not forced to step into a magical triangle where he gives real answers to every question and speaks in a hoarse voice. Furfur causes love between a man and a woman, creates storms, storms, thunders, lightning and explosions, and teaches about secret and divine things. He is represented as a stag or winged stag and also as an angel. "Furfur" or "furfurēs" means "bran" in Latin. However, it is more likely that the name is a corruption of "Furcifer", the Latin word for "villain". Somewhat less likely in terms of context, but still possible, is that the name derives from "fūr", Latin for "thief".
  2. Malthus (also Halphas, Malthas or Malthous) is an Earl of Hell, who commands 26 legions of demons and is said to have a rough voice when speaking. He is often depicted in the form of a stork. Malthus builds towers and fills them with ammunition and weapons, a kind of gunsmith. He is a prince of hell. He should also send his legions into battle or to places that have been determined by higher commanding demons.
  3. room (also Raim, Raym, Räum) is a great count of hell who rules thirty legions of demons. He is represented as a crow that, at the summoner's request, takes on human form. Space steals treasures from the houses of kings, carries them where it wishes, and destroys cities and human dignities (it is said to have great aversion to dignity). Space can also tell past, present and future things, reconcile friends and enemies, and invoke love.
  4. Bifrons (also Bifrovs, Bifröus, Bifronze) is a demon, Earl of Hell, with six legions of demons under his command. He teaches sciences and arts, the virtues of precious stones and forests, herbs, and transforms corpses from their original grave to other locations, sometimes putting magical lights on the graves that act like candles. He appears as a monster, but then changes shape to that of a man. The origin of the name is the Roman god Janus.
  5. Andromalius is a mighty great Earl of Hell who has thirty-six legions of demons at his service. He can bring back both a thief and the stolen goods, punish all thieves and other bad people, and discover hidden treasures, all bad things and all dishonest actions. Andromalius is represented as a man with a large snake in his hand.

The seventy-second ghost in order is called Andromalius. He is an earl, tall and powerful, who appears in the form of a man holding a large serpent in his hand. His job is to bring back both a thief and the stolen goods; and to discover all wickedness and underhand; and to punish all thieves and other bad people and also to discover hidden treasures. He rules over 36 legions of spirits. His seal is that which you bear as mentioned above, etc.
                    - The little key of Solomon

Knight

  1. Furcas (also Forcas) is a knight of hell and rules 20 legions of demons. He teaches philosophy, astronomy, rhetoric, logic, chiromancy and pyromancy. Furcas is depicted as a strong old man with white hair and a long white beard, riding a horse with a sharp weapon (pitchfork).
    Not to be confused with Foras.

    Furcas is a knight and proceeds in the resemblance of a cruel man with a long beard and a hoarie head. He sits on a pale horse, carries a sharp weapon in his hand and perfectly teaches philosophy, rhetoric, logic, astronomy, chiromancie, pyromancie and their parts: there twenty legions obey him.

    The etymology of his name can be derived from the Latin word for about , Fork means, or from the Greco-Roman also a meaning grave (grave).

Presidents

  1. Barbas (or Marbas) is a demon described in the Ars Goetia. He is described as the great President of Hell, ruling thirty-six legions of demons. He really responds to hidden or secret things, causes and cures diseases, teaches mechanical arts, and transforms people into other forms. He is depicted as a large lion who, at the request of the conjurer, transforms his form into a man.
  2. Buer is a spirit that is in the grimoire Pseudomonarchia daemonum the 16th century and its derivatives, where he is described as the great President of Hell and has fifty legions of demons under his command. It appears when the sun is in Sagittarius. Buer teaches natural and moral philosophy, logic and the virtues of all herbs and plants. He also heals all ailments, especially of men, and gives good confidants. He is depicted in the form of the archer who is as a centaur with a bow and arrow. In addition, Louis Le Breton created an illustration by Buer, which was later engraved by M. Jarrault. It shows the demon with the head of a lion and five goat legs that surround his body to go in all directions. The etymology of his name is uncertain.
  3. (Count / President) Botis (or Otis) is a great President and Earl of Hell who commands sixty legions of demons. He tells of all things past and future and reconciles friends and enemies. He is depicted as an ugly viper, but when he changes shape he puts himself into human form, with large teeth and two horns. In human form he holds a sharp and bright sword in his hand.
  4. (Count / President)