Anader – A servitor of Ariton. A flayer.
Anagotos – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. Conducting.
Anamelech – (1) Bearer of ill news. Male. (2) An obscure demon, the bearer of ill news. He was worshipped at the Sepharvaun, an Assyrian town. He always reveals himself in the figure of a quail. He names, as some believe, signifies a “good king” , and some also say this demon is the moon, as Andramelech is the sun.
Anarazel – (1) Shakes foundations of houses. Raises tempests, causes specters to appear and inspires a thousand nightmares. Male. (2) One of the demons charged with the guardianship or subterranean treasure, which he carries about from one place to another, to hide them from men. It is he who, with his companions Gazeil and Fecor, shakes the foundations of houses, raises the tempests, rings the bells at midnight, causes specters to appear, and inspires a thousand terrors.
Ancitif – A little known demon, who, during the possession of the nungs of Louviers, in 1643, was said to have occupied the body of Sister Barbara of St. Michael.
Andhaka – A Hindu demon.
Andras – (1) Marquis of Hell. 30 Legions of Devils. Male. (2) Kill. (3) Marquis of 30 Legions of Spirits. Sows dischord. (It was noted in one source that this demon is dangerous and if the magickian is not careful, he will be slain.) (4) A great marquis, comes in the form of an angel with the head of a black night-raven, riding upon a strong black wolf, and having sharp bright sword gleaming in his hands. He sows discord, and will kill the unwary.
Andrealphlus – (1) Marquis. 30 Legions of Infernal Spirits. Makes men subtle. Transforms men into the likeness of a bird. (2) A mighty marquis, appears at first in the shape of a peacock, with a great noise, but after puts on human shape. He teaches geometry perfectly, and all that belongs to measurements, astronomy included. He can transform men into the likeness of a bird.
Androcos – A servitor of Ariton. Orderer of man.
Andromalius – (1) Earl. 36 Legions of Spirits. Discovers all wickedness and underhanded dealings. Punishes all thieves and wicked people. (2) A great duke and earl, appears in the form of a man holding a serpent in his hand. He returns stolen goods and the thief, discovers all wickedness and underhand dealing, as also hidden treasures.
Anneberg – A demon of the mines, know principally in Germany. On one occasion he killed with his breath twelve miners who were working in a silver mine of which he had charge. He is a wicked and terrible demon, represented under the figure of a horse, with an immense neck and frightful eyes.
Ansitif – A little known demon, who, during the possession of the nuns of Louviers, in 1643, occupied the body of Sister Barbara of St. Michael.
Apaosa – Apaosa (Apa-urta) is a demon who brings drought and aridity. He rides on a black, bald horse. Eventually he was defeated by the god Tistrya. He is equal to the Indian evil spirit Vritra.
Apelki – A servitor of Amaymon. Misleaders.
Apolhun – The destroyer. A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon.
Apollyon – A deceiver.
Apormenos – A servitor of Astaroth. Uncertain.
Apot – A servitor of Asmodeus and Magoth. A tribute or treasure.
Arael – One of the spirits which the rabbis of the Talmud made princes and governors over the people of the birds.
Araex – A servitor of Astaroth. Shock.
Aratron – Can convert any living organism into stone in a moment of time. He can change treasure into coals and vice versa. He give familiars and reconciles subterranean spirits to men. He teaches magick, alchemy and medicine. Imparts the secret of invisibility, makes the barren fruitful and confers long life.
Arcon – A servitor of Beelzebub. A ruler.
Ardat-Lile – She is a female spirit or demoness who weds human beings and works great harm in the dwellings of men.
Aremata-Popoa – “Short Wave.” One of two ocean demons who are greatly feared by the Polynesian mariners because they are at the mercy of their immense power. The other demon is Aremata-Rorua.
Aremata-Rorua – “Long Wave.” See Areamata-Popoa.
Argilon – A servitor of Astaroth. Clay.
Arioch – Demon of vengeance. Only occupies with what he is employed for. Male. He is different from Alastor, and occupies himself with only with vengeance in particular cases where he is employed for that purpose.
Arioth – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. A lioness.
Arogor – A servitor of Beelzebub. A helper.
Arolen – A servitor of Beelzebub. Strongly agitated.
Arotor – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. Husbandman.
Arphaxat – A Persian sorcerer who was killed by a thunderbolt (according to Abdias of Babylon) at the same hour as the martyrdom of St. Simon and St. Jude. In the account of the possession of the nuns of Loudun there is a demon Arphaxat, who took possession of the body of Louise de Pinterville.
Arpiron – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. Attempting straightway.
Arrabin – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. Pledge; caution money.
Asmiel – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Storing up.
Asmoday – (1) King. 72 Legions of Inferior Spirits. Makes on invincible. Gives the Ring of Virtues. Patron of all schooling, i.e. art, science, math astronomy and geometry. (2) A strong and powerful king, appears with three heads, the first like a bull, the second like a man, and the third like a ram. He has a serpent’s tail, the webbed feet of a goose, and he vomits fire. He rides an infernal dragon, carries a lance and pennon, and is the chief of the power of Amaymon. He gives the ring of virtues, teaches math, geomancy, and all handicrafts, answers all questions, makes men invisible, indicates the places of concealed treasures, and guards them if within the dominion of Amaymon. (3) A bloated and beastial man in a crouching position.
Asmodeus – (1) Tempter of women to fornicate with men. Male. (2) Lust. (3) Superintendent of Casinos. (4) The devil of lechery, sensuality and luxury, frequently appears in Jewish literature and seems to always have been a devil. Traditionally, he has the feet of a cock, a bird noted for sexual vigor. It was Asmodeus who killed the seven husbands of Sarah in the Book of Tobit. He may be derived from the Persian Aeshma Daeva, the fiend of the wounding spear who is the demon of passion, jealously and rage, of his name may come from Hebrew shamad, ‘to destroy’. The Lemegeton says he must always be invoked bareheaded. (5) Also spelled Asmodee, and sometimes Chashmodai. Derived from the Hebrew word ASAMOD, to destroy or exterminate; and by others from the Persian verb, AZMONDEN, to tempt or to try or prove. Some rabbis say that Asmodeus was the child of the incest Tubal-Cain and his sister Naamah. Other sat that he was a demon of impurity. Other again relate that he was employed by Solomon in the building of the Temple at Jerusalem; that he then attempted to dethrone Solomon, to put himself in his place; but that the King vanquished him, and the Angel Gabriel chased him into Egypt, and there bound him in a build of the Grotto. The rabbis say that when Asmodeus was working at the building of the Temple, he made use of no metal tool; but instead of a certain stone which cut ordinary stone as a diamond will glass. (6) Evil chief of Geburah.
Asperim – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Rude, rigorous, perilous, dangerous.
Astaroth – (1) Grand Duke of Western Hell. Patron of the arts and liberal sciences. 42 Legions. Male. (2) Sloth. (3) Duke. 40 Legions of Spirits. Makes men knowing in all liberal sciences. Declares how the spirits of hell and of his own fall. (4) Grand Treasurer. (5) To some, he appears of a black and white color, usually under a human figure, but occasionally in the likeness of an ass. (6) A great and powerful duke, appears like a beautiful angel riding on an infernal dragon, and carrying a viper in his right hand. He must not be permitted to approach on account of his stinking breath, and the magickian must defend his face with the magick ring. Astaroth answers truly concerning the past, present and future, discovers all secrets, and gives great skill in the liberal sciences. He will also discourse willingly concerning the fall of the spirits. (7) Once a great goddess of Canaan and Phoenicia, the equivalent of the Babylonian Ishtar. She was worshipped lascivious rites, which were constantly condemned by the Old Testament prophets. The goddess became a male demon who appears like a beautiful angel, but has very bad breath. He teaches the sciences and reveals the events of the past present and future. ( From Hebrew, OShThRVTh, flocks, crowds or assemblies. Usually written Ashtaroth or Astaroth. Also a name of the Goddess Astarte; Esther is derived from the same root. (9) Evil chief of Chesed.
Astrega – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Expeditions.
Astolit – A servitor of Paimon. Without garment.
Asto Vi”datu – The Persian demon of death whom no human escapes. Together with Aesma Daeva he chases and tries to catch the souls of the deceased with a noose when
they rise to heaven.
Asturel – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Bearing authority.
Asurakumara – “Demon princes”. A group of Jain (one of the great classical religions of India) gods assosciated with rain and thunder.
Atloton – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Insufferable.
Austatikco-Pauligaur – A class of Persian evil spirits, which are eight in number, and keep the eight sides of the world. Their names are as follows: Indiren, the king of these genii; Augne-Baugauven, the god of fire; Eemen, the king of death and hell; Nerudee, earth in the figure of a giant; Vaivoo, god of the air and winds; Varoonon, god of the clouds and rain; Gooberen, god of riches; Essaunien, or Shivven.
Aym – Grand Duke. 26 Legions. Male.
Ayperor – A count of the infernal empire. Some consider him the same as Ipes.
Ayperos – (1) Prince of Hell. 36 Legions. Male. (2) Depicted as a standing vulture or eagle. Forseer of the future.
Ays – In Armenian mythology, Ays is an evil demon and the personification of the wind. In this form he is able to enter the body of a human being, who will either go mad or become a demon himself. Ays belongs to the Dev, a group of immortal spirits.
Azael – One of the angels who revolted against god. The rabbis say that he is chained on sharp stones, in an obscure part of the desert, awaiting last judgement.
Azazel – (1.) Second Order Demon. Male. (2) Standard-bearer of the armies of Hell. (3) A demon of the second order, guardian of the goat. At the feast of expiation, which the Jews celebrate on the tenth day of the seventh month, two goats are led to the High Priest, who draws lots for them, the one for the lord, the other for Azazel. The one which the lot of the Lord fell, was sacrificed, and his blood served for expiation. The High Priest then put his two hands on the head of the other and confessed his sins and those of the people, charged the animal with them, and allowed him to be led into the desert and set free. And the people having left the care of their iniquities to the goat of Azazel, also known as the scapegoat, return home with clean consciences. According to Milton, Azazel is the principle standard bearer of the infernal armies. It is also the name of the demon use by Mark the heretic for his magick spells.
Azer – An spirit of the elemental fire. Azer is also the name of the father of Zoroaster.
Azi Dahaka – A storm demon from Iranian mythology. He steals cattle and brings harm to humans. It is a snake-like monster with three heads and six eyes who also personifies the Babylonian oppression of Iran. The monster will be captured by the warrior god Thraetaona and placed on the mountain top Dermawend. In a final revival of evil, it will escape its prison, but at the end of time (fraso-kereti) it will die in the river of fire Ayohsust.