Aanalin – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. Languidness.
Abaddon – (1) King of Demons. The Destroyer. Male. (2) Chief Demon of Locusts. (3) Chief of the demons of the seventh hierarchy. Abaddon is the name St. John of the Apocalypse gave the king of the grasshoppers. He is sometimes regarded as thedestroying angel. (3) Appearance and symbol are of a closely veiled, black, gigantic figure covered with whirling wheels. In his hands is a vast wheel whence come as it whirls, multitudes of cat-demons. (4) Also known as Sovereign of the Bottomless Pit orKing of Demons. (5) In Greek, Abaddon is known as Apollyon.
Abadir – A servitor of Asmodeus. Scattered.
Abagiron – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. Gathering together.
Abahim – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. Terrible.
Abdiel – An Arabic demon said to be the lord of slaves and slavery. His name is derived from the Arabic word “Abd,” meaning “slave.”
Abduxuel – According to the Enochian tradition, Abduxuel is oneo f the demonic rulers of the lunar mansions.
Abigor – (1) 60 Legions of Devils. Male. (2) 60 Legions. Knows the secrets of war and prophecy. (3) Grand Duke of Hades. His is shown in the form of a handsome knight bearing a lance, standard or scepter. He is a demon of the superior order and responds readily to questions of war. He can foretell the future and instructs leaders on how tomake themselves respected by soldiers. 60 infernal legions. (4) Also called Abigar.
Abraxas – The Basilidian sect of the Gnostics of the second century claimed Abraxas astheir supreme god, and said that Jesus Christ was only a phantom sent to earth by him.They believed that his name contained great mysteries, as it was composed of the sevenGreek letters which form the number 365, which is also the number of days in a year.Abraxas, they thought, had under his command 365 gods, to whom they attributed 365virtues, one for each day. The older mythologists placed him among the number ofEgyptian gods and demonologists have described him as a demon, with the head of arooster, a huge belly, a knotted tail and serpents instead of legs. He is represented onancient amulets, with a whip in his hand. It is from his name that the mystic word, Abracadabra, is taken. Also called Abrasax or Abracax.
Abutes – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. Bottomless, measureless.
Achaniel – A servitor of Paimon. Truth.
Acuar – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. A tiller of the earth.
Adad – Babylonian god of the storm.
Addu – The Babylonian god of the storm. Also called Adad.
Adimiron – Those whose colors are like dam blood, mixed with water and dull yellowand grey. Their form is lion-lizards.
Adirael – A servitor of Beelzebub. Magnificence of god.
Adon – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Lord.
Adramelech – (1) Chancellor of Hell. Chancellor of the High Council. Male. (2) Grand Chancellor. (3) Chancellor of the infernal regions, Keeper of the wardrobe of the Demon King and President of the High Council of the Devils. He was worshipped at Sepharavim, an Assyrian town, where children were burned at his altar. The rabbis say that he comesin the form a mule and sometimes a peacock. (4) Lord High Chancellor, Grand Cross ofthe Order of the Fly. (5) Evil chief of Hod. (6) Was eigth of the ten evil sephiroth. He isthus the counterpart or negation of the eighth divine Sephiroth of Hod.
Adriel – In the Enochian tradition, a demon of the mansions of the moon.
Aerial Demons – One of the six classes of demons identified by medieval theologians.They roam through the air but remain close to human beings. They can fashion bodies for themselves from thin air. Moved by passion like men, they can cause naturaldisturbances. They can be invoked by sorcerers, and often change shape.
Aeshma – One of the seven archangels of the Persians. Has been recorded in history for atleast three thousand years. Aeshma is known as the ‘fiend of the wounding spear’ and isthe demon of wrath and fury. Aeshma was later adopted into the hebrew mythology as Asmodeus.
Afarorp – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Breaking and rending.
Afrasiab – A serpent identified by the Scythians with archfiend Ahriman.
Afray – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. Dust.
Agaliarept – (1) Grand General. Commander of the 2nd Legion. Stirs up the enemy anddistrust among men. (2) Inferior to Lucifer. (3) He has the faculty of discovering thearcane secrets in all the courts and council-chambers of the world; also he unveils themost sublime mysteries. He commands the second legion of spirits, and his subordinates are Buer, Gusoyn, and Botis.
Agab – A servitor of Oriens. Beloved.
Agafali – A servitor of Paimon. Age; reverence.
Agares – (1) Duke. 31 Legions of Spirits. Could be also spelled Aguares, however, the amount of legions is different between the two. (2) Grand Duke of the eastern region ofHades. He is shown in the form of a benevolent lord mounted on a crocodile, carrying ahawk on his fist. The army he protects in battle is fortunate because he disperses theirenemies, and puts new courage in the hearts of cowards who flee before superior numbers. He distributes place and power, titles and prelacies, teaches all languages, andhas other equally remarkable powers. 31 legions. (3) A duke ruling in the East, whoappears in the form of a comely old man, ambling upon a crocodile and carrying agoshawk on his wrist. He makes those who run stand still, brings back runaways, teachesall languages, destroys spiritual and temporal dignities, and causes earthquakes. He is ofthe Order of the Virtues.
Agathion – A familiar spirit that appears only at mid-day. Comes in the form of man or beast and can enclose itself in talismans, bottles and magic rings.
Agathodemon – A good demon, worshipped by the Egyptians under the shape of aserpent, with the head of a man.
Aggereth – The daughter of Machaloth, a fiendish witch with serpent hair, enthroned in a chariot drawn by an ox and an ass.
Agibal – A servitor of Amaymon and Ariton. Forcible love.
Agilas – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. Sullen.
Aglafos – A servitor of Paimon. Bright light.
Aglasis – Transports through the whole world.
Agei – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. Meditation.
Agramainio – The great spirit of evil praised by Giosue Carducci in his hymn to Satan.
Agramon – Demon of fear.
Agrat-bat-mahlaht – One of Satan’s wives and demoness of whores.
Agrax – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. Bone.
Aguares – Grand Duke of Easter Hell. 30 Legions. Male.
Ahazu-demon – Little is known of this ancient Semitic demon unless it is the same ahazie told of in medical texts, where a man can be stricken by a disease bearing his name.
Aherom – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Separation.
Ahharu – In Assyrian demonology, these are evil vampires.
Ahpuch – A Mayan demon.
Ahrimanes – Chief of the Cacodaemons, or fallen angels by the Persians and Chaldeans. These cacodaemons were believed to have been expelled from heaven for their sins. Theendeavored to settle down in various regions of the earth, but were always rejected, andout of revenge they find pleasure in injuring the inhabitants. Ahrimanes and his followersfinally took up their abode in the space between the earth and the fixed stars, and therethey established their domain, which is called Arhiman-abad. Ahrimanes is the spirit ofevil in the Persian dualism.
Aim – Duke. 26 Legions of Infernal Spirits. Make men witty in all matters.Provides true answers unto private matters.
Aini – A strong duke, who appears with the body of a handsome man and three heads, thefirst like a serpent, the second like a man with two stars on the forehead, and the third likea cat. He rides on a viper, and carries a blazing firebrand with which he spreads destruction. He imparts much cunning, and gives true answers concerning private matters.
Aitvaras – A little Lithuanian demon who appears in the shape of a black cat or a black cock. He will give goods and money to those who sell their souls to him; things he stole from other people. Aitvaras usually nests behind the stove, and the inhabitants often leavefood and drink for him.
Akanef – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. A wing.
Akathaso – Evil spirits that inhabit trees.
Akesoli – A servitor of Amaymon. Pain bringers.
Akikel – One of the leaders of the angels who, according to the book of Enoch, swore allegiance to Samiaza.
Akium – A servitor of Beelzebub. Sure.
Akoros – A servitor of Amaymon. Overthrowers of authority.
Alagas – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Wandering.
Alal – In Assyrian demonology, evil spirits. They are demons of destruction.
Alastor Acruel demon, who according to Johann Weyer, filled the post of chief executioner to themonarch of Hades. The conception of him somewhat resembles that of Nemesis. Zoroaster is said to have called him “The Executioner.” He was originally a mortal, thesone of Neleus, king of Pylos. He became a (minor) demon when he and his brothers were slain by Heracles. Others confound him with the destroying angel. Evil genies wereformerly called Alastors. Plutarch says that Cicero, who bore a grudge against Augustus,conceived the plan of committing suicide on the emperor’s hearth, and thus becoming hisAlastor.
Alan – A servitor of Astaroth. A tree.
Alastor – (1) Executor of decrees. (2) A cruel demon, whofilled the post of chief executioner of the monarch of Hades. The conception of him somewhat resembles that of Nemesis. Zoroaster is said to have called him “The Executioner”. Others confound himwith the destroying angel. Evil genies were formerly called Alastors. Plutarch says thatCicero, who bore a grudge agains Augustus, conceived the plan of committing suicide onthe emperor’s hearth, and thus becoming his Alastor. (3) Commissioner of Public Works.
Alcanor – A servitor of Beelzebub. A harp.
Aldinach – An Egyptian demon, whom the demonologists picture as presiding over the tempests, earthquakes, rain storms, hail storms, etc. It is he, also, who sinks ships. When he appears in visible form he takes the shape of a woman.
Alfar – In old Scandanavian folklore, a term for a being that is half god, half dwarf. Inlater mythology it degrades to a demon that only causes nightmares and diseases. In Germany, it is pronounced as ‘alb’. A reference to the word can be found in theNibelungen Saga, where the king of the dwarves is called Alberich.
Aligar – One of the three demons serving Fleuretty.
Allatu – In Sumero-Akkadian religion, one of the names of the evil demon, Death. He isthe offspring and servant of Ereshkigal. His more familiar name is Namtar (Namtary). In Assyro-Babylonian religion, Allatu is the goddess of the underworld, consort of Bel, and later the consort of Nergal.
Allocen – (1) Duke. 36 Legions of Spirits. Brings a good familiar. (2) A strong duke,appears in the form of a soldier, mounted on a great horse, his face like that of a lion,exceedingly red, his eyes flaming fire, his speech hoarse and loud. He teaches astronomyand the liberal sciences, and gives good familiar.
Alluph – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. A leader, a duke; also abull, from leading his herd.
Alocer – (1) Grand Duke. 36 Legions. Male. (2) A powerful demon, Grand Duke ofHades. He appears in the shape of a knight mounted on an enormous horse. His face hasleonine features, he has a ruddy complexion and burning eyes; and he speaks with muchgravity. He is said to give family happiness to those whom he takes under his protection,and to teach astronomy and liberal arts. 36 Legions.
Alouqua – A female demon who is also a succubus and vampire who exhausts men and drives them to suicide.
Alpas – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Yielding.
Alpiel – An angel or demon, according to the Talmud, that presides over fruit trees.
Alrunes – Female demons or sorceresses, the mothers of the Huns. They took all sorts ofshapes but without changing their sex. The name was given by the Germans to the littlestatues of sorceresses, about a foot high. To these, they attributed great virtues, clothingthem richly, housing them comfortably, and serving them food and drink at every meal.They believed that if these little statues were neglected, they would cry out and acatastrophe, which was to be avoided at all costs, would occur to the household. They canforetell the future, answer by the means of motions and nods, and unintelligible words.
Alu-Demon – The Semitic demon owes his parentage to a human being; he hides himselfin caverns and corners, and slinks through the streets at night. He also lies in wait for the unwary, and at night enters bedchambers and terrorizes folks, threatening to pounce uponthem if they shut their eyes.
Amaimon – (1) One of the four spirits who preside over the four parts of the universe.
Amaimon, according to some magickians, was the governor of the eastern part. (2) Also called Amaymon.
Aman – (1) A servitor of Astaroth. To nourish. (2) One of the demons who possessedSister Jeanne des Anges. Aman was among the first of the demons whom she managed toexpel.
Amane – According to the Book of Enoch, one of the leaders of the two hundred angels who rebelled against god and swore allegiance to Samiaza.
Amaniel – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. Nourishment of god.
Amatia – A servitor of Beelzebub. Ignorance.
Ambolen – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. Tending unto nothingness.
Ambolon – A servitor of Beelzebub. Earth thrown up.
Amchison – A servitor of Magoth and Kore.
Amduscias – (1) Grand Duke of Hades. Controls by music. 29 legions. Male. (2) 29Legions of Spirits. Gives excellent familiars. (3) Grand Duke of Hades. He has the formof a unicorn, but when evoked appears in human shape. He gives concerts, at thecommand of men, where one hears the sound of all the musical instruments but can seenothing. It is said that the trees themselves incline to his voice. He commands 29 legions.(4) A great duke, comes first like a unicorn, but will stand up at request in human shape,causing all manner of musical instruments to be heard but not seen. He makes trees fall atthe will of the operator and gives excellent familiars.
Amon – (1) Marquis of the Infernal Empire. Knows past, future and can reconcile. 40 legions. Male. (2) Marquis. 40 Legions of the Infernal Army. Prophecy. (3) Marquis, 40 Legions of Spirits. Procures feuds and reconciles friends. (4) A great and powerful marquis of the infernal empire. He is represented as a wolf with a serpents’ tail, vomiting flame. When he appears in human form, his head resembles that of a large owl withcanine teeth. He is the strongest of the princes of the demons, knows the past and thefuture, and can reconcile, when he will, friends who have quarreled. 40 Legions. (5) Astrong and powerful marquis, who appears like a wolf with a serpent’s head, and vomitingflame. When so ordered, he assumes a human shape, but the teeth of a dog. He discernspast and future, procures love, and reconciles friends and foes.
Amoymon – (1) Grand President of Eastern Hades. Can be invoke from 9 am to Noon. Male. (2) One of the four kings of Hades, of which the eastern part falls to his share. Hemay be invoked in the morning from 9am until midday, and in the evening from 3pm tillsix. He has been identified with Amaimon. Asmodeus is his lieutenant, and the first prince of his dominions.
Amy – (1) Grand President of Hades. One of the Princes of the Infernal Monarchy. Patronof the liberal arts and astrology. Giver of faithful servants. Male. (2) President. 36Legions of Spirits. Makes on wonderfully knowing in astrology and liberal sciences. (3)One of the princes of the infernal monarchy. He appears enveloped with flame, but onearth, in human form. He teaches the secrets of astrology and of the liberal arts, and givesfaithful servants. He reveals to those who possess his favor, the hiding place of treasuresguarded by demons. The fallen angels acknowledge his orders, and he hopes that at theend of 200,000 years, he shall return to heaven to occupy the seventh throne. (4) A greatpresident, comes first as a great flaming fire and then as a man. He gives perfect knowledge of astrology and the liberal sciences, with good familiars, and can betray treasures that are kept by spirits.