Below are four key books on demons and demonology from the late 16th century to 20th century. What is Evil? Agares Read More. Alloces Read More. Amduscias, the 67th spirit, is a great duke. His true form is as a unicorn, but appears as human form when summoned.
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Below are four key books on demons and demonology from the late 16th century to 20th century. What is Evil? Agares Read More. Alloces Read More. Amduscias, the 67th spirit, is a great duke. His true form is as a unicorn, but appears as human form when summoned. Take Course.
He vomits flames. Amon Read More. Amy Read More. Andras Read More. Andrealphus, the 65th spirit, is a Mighty Marquis, first appearing in the form of a noisy Peacock, then in human form. Andrealphus Read More. Andromalius, the 72nd spirit, is an Earl who appears in the form of a man holding a great serpent in his hand. Andromalius Read More. Astaroth, the 29th spirit, is a duke who appears as angel riding a dragon and holding a viper in his left hand. Astaroth Read More. Bael, the first spirit, is a king who appears in various shapes — such as a cat, toad, man or all these forms at once.
Bael Read More. Close Search this website What is Demonology? Menu Skip to right header navigation Skip to main content Skip to secondary navigation. Aguares, the 2nd spirit, is a duke who appears as a man riding a crocodile.
Aim, the 23rd spirit, is a duke who appears as a handsome man with three heads. Alocer, the 52nd spirit, is a great duke who appears as a soldier riding a horse. Amy, the 58th spirit, is a President and appears in the form of flaming fire.
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Ars Goetia Demons
Alphabetic Name List of the 72 Demons of Goetia. Below are four key books on demons and demonology from the late 16th century to 20th century. It was compiled in the midth century, mostly from materials a couple of centuries older. Weyer does not cite, and is unaware of, any other books in the Lemegeton, indicating that the Lemegeton was derived from his work, not the other way around. The order of the spirits was changed between the two, four additional spirits were added to the later work, and one spirit Pruflas was omitted. Indeed, it appears that the Ars Goetia is more dependent upon Scot's translation of Weyer than Weyer's work in itself.
Modern Magick: List of Demons of the Goetia
The Ars Goetia , also known as the 72 Pillars or the Lemegeton is a group comprised of seventy two demons with exemplary strength and their own legions. Their great amount of power and leadership status among the lesser demons also grants each Goetia the authority to exert command over Lucifer 's other forces within Hell. Lucifer himself is confident enough of the Ars Goetia's abilities to send them out on potentially hazardous missions, such as gathering information in the Human World, fighting strong angels such as Seraphim by themselves and searching for items that would benefit the Emperor of Hell or even destroying certain things that may be an obstacle. Ironically, most of the Ars Goetia are not actually pure demons, but were in actuality fallen angels that rebelled alongside Lucifer during the War in Heaven.
The demons ' names given below are taken from the Ars Goetia , which differs in terms of number and ranking from the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum of Johann Weyer. As a result of multiple translations, there are multiple spellings for some of the names, explained in more detail in the articles concerning them. Eligos Abigor. Illustration from Collin de Plancy 's Dictionnaire Infernal. Astaroth illustration from the Dictionnaire Infernal