Pseudomonarchia Daemonum (1563) - An Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Hierarchy of Demons
See al. The book was written before The Lesser Key of Solomon, and has some differences. There are sixty-nine demons listed instead of seventy-two , and the order of the spirits varies, as well as some of their characteristics. Salomonis, de principibus et regibus daemoniorum.
Book of the offices of spirits, or the book called 'Empto'. Solomon, concernin. Aamon is a demon and the Grand Marquis of Hell and the seventh spirit of the Goetia. Nahum means "who induces to eagerness". According to the Dictionnaire Infernal by Collin de Plancy, he commands forty legions of demons and carries the title of prince. He is also an entity many looked to reconcile friends and foes, and procure love for those seeking it.
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The Egyptians viewed Amon or Amun as their supreme God; they represented him with the blue skin, in a rather human form. The demon is also mentioned in some Talmudic legends; for instance, in the story of the construction of the Temple of Solomon. Asmodeus also is referred to as one of the seven princes of Hell. In Binsfeld's classification of demons, each one of these princes represents one of the seven deadly sins lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy, and pride.
Valac, as depicted in the Dictionnaire Infernal. Valac is a demon described in the goetic grimoires the Lesser Key of Solomon in some versions as Ualac or Valak and in Thomas Rudd's variant as Valu , Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum as Volac , the Liber Officium Spirituum as Coolor or Doolas , and in the Munich Manual of Demonic Magic as Volach  as an valec angelically winged boy riding a two-headed dragon, attributed with the power of finding treasures.
The movie "Vampires" features a character named "Valek" as the first vampire. The horror film The Conjuring 2 has "Valak" as the. Amy or Amii also Auns, Hanar, Hanni is a Goetic demon described in the Lesser Key of Solomon as the fifty-eighth spirit , the Dictionnaire Infernal, in Thomas Rudd's version as Auns, again fifty-eighth , the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum the sixtieth spirit , and as Hanni in the Munich Manual of Demonic Magic as a President, appearing initially as a flame before turning to a human form.
He is claimed to teach astronomy and liberal arts, give familiars, incite positive reactions from rulers, and according to all sources except the Munich Manual reveal treasures. According to all sources, he rules over thirty six legions of demons. According to Johann Weyer, he was of both the order of angels and potestates powers , and holds the futile hope of returning to the seventh heaven after twelve centuries. He is a male figure most likely named after the Mesopotamian goddess Ishtar. She is mentioned in the Hebrew Bible in the forms Ashtoreth singular and Ashtaroth plural, in reference to multiple statues of her.
This latter form was directly transliterated in the early Greek and Latin versions of the Bible, where it was less apparent that it had been a plural feminine in Hebrew. The pseudepigraphal work Testament of Solomon, attributed to King Solomon of Israel, but thought to date to the early centuries CE, mentions "Asteraoth" in. The following is a list of attributed sigils or pentacles of demons.
In demonology, sigils are pictorial signatures attributed to demons, angels, or other beings. In the ceremonial magic of the Middle Ages, sigils were used in the summoning of these beings, and were the pictorial equivalent to their true name. They are known to be the trickiest, deadliest demon. They have the power to take one's soul without permission. Though according to spiritual teachings, one demon must ask permission from Satan before taking a soul, and Satan must get permission from God.
They can tell present, past and future, discover witches and hidden things, create storms and make the water rough by means of these storms, bring down walls and build towers. This demon is portrayed as a lion holding a snake in their hand and riding a black horse. The etymology of their name seems to be stemming from the Latin word 'vinea', vine, which is also the name given to an ancient war machine made of wood and covered with leather and branches, used to overthrow walls. Barbatos from Infernal Dictionary, 6th Edition, Seal of Barbatos In demonology, Barbatos UK: , US: is an earl and duke of Hell, ruling thirty legions of demons and has four kings as his companions to command his legions.
He can speak to animals, can tell the future, conciliates friends and rulers, and can lead men to treasure hidden by the enchantment of magicians. His name derives from Latin barbatus, meaning "bearded". He is also mentioned in Grand Grimoire as subordinate of Satanachia. In demonology, Balam also Balaam, Balan is a great and powerful king to some authors a duke or a prince of Hell who commands over forty legions of demons.
He gives perfect answers on things past, present, and to come, and can also make men invisible and witty. Balam is depicted as being three-headed.
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One head is the head of a bull, the second of a man, and the third of a ram. He has flaming eyes and the tail of a serpent. He carries a hawk on his fist and rides a strong bear. At other times he is represented as a naked woman riding a bear.
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His name seems to have been taken from Balaam, the Biblical magician. A woodcarving of Belial and some of his followers from a German edition of Jacobus de Teramo's book Consolatio peccatorum, seu Processus Luciferi contra Jesum Christum Some scholars translate it from Hebrew as "worthless" Beli yo'il , while others translate it as "yokeless" Beli ol , "may he have no rising" or "never to rise" Beli ya'al.
Only a few etymologists have believed it to be an invented name from the start. The Sigil of Marbas.
In demonology, Marbas or Barbas is a demon described in the Ars Goetia. He is described as the Great President of Hell governing thirty-six legions of demons. He answers truly on hidden or secret things, causes and heals diseases, gives wisdom and knowledge in mechanical arts, and can change men into other shapes.
He is depicted as a great lion that, under the conjurer's request, changes shape into a man. The name Barbas also comes from the Latin "barba", beard, hellebore a plant used in witchcraft, especially to invoke demons , and also a male name. In popular culture Marbas is the name of a demon in The Priests. Barbas is the name of the dog which accompanies the daedric prince Clavicus Vile in The Elder Scrolls series. Barbas is the name of a demon on the TV show Charmed. Sources S. The Seal of Murmur according to the Ars Goetia. In demonology, Murmur is a Great Duke and Earl 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 conjurer to answer every desired question. Before his rebellion against God, Murmur held the name "Matthias. Two of his ministers go before him making the sound of trumpets. Some authors portray him simply as a vulture. Other spelling: Murmus, Murmuur, Murmux.
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Seal of Agares Agares also Agarat, Agaros, or Agarus is a demon described in demonological grimoires. Description Agares is described in grimoires such as the Livre des Esperitz as Agarat , the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, the Lesser Key of Solomon, and the Dictionnaire Infernal as a duke "under the power of the east," an "old man, riding upon a crocodile, and carrying a hawk on his fist,"[note 1] who teaches languages, stops and retrieves runaway persons, causes earthquakes, and grants noble titles.
Legions and standing Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis and the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum both list him as the second spirit, and state that he commands 31 legions of demons, while the Livre des Esperitz which describes him simply as an old man gives him In demonology, Bifrons is a demon, Earl of Hell, with sixty legions of demons sixty-six according to other authors under his command. He first appears as a monster, but then changes his shape into that of a man.
Dictionary of gods and goddesses, devils and demons. London: Routledge and K. Crowley, A. In demonology, Ose is a Great President of Hell, ruling three legions of demons thirty to other authors, and Pseudomonarchia Daemonum gives no number of legions. He makes men wise in all liberal sciences and gives true answers concerning divine and secret things; he also brings insanity to any person the conjurer wishes, making them believe that they are the creature or thing the magician desired, or makes that person think he is a king and wearing a crown, or a Pope.
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Ose is depicted as a leopard that after a while changes into a man. His name seems to derive from Latin 'os', mouth, language, or 'osor', that who abhors. Most manuscripts describe Halphas as a hoarse-voiced stock dove though Weyer and Colin de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal describe him as a stork , who supplies weapons and ammunition for towers Weyer and de Plancy have "towns" or "villes" instead , sends men to war, and commands 26 legions of spirits.
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