Sabanack – A mighty marquis, appears in the form of an armed soldier, having a lion’s head, and riding on a pale colored horse. He builds towers, camps, and cities, fortifies the same, torments men with wounds and putrid sores, swarming with worms; he gives good familiars.
Sabrock – Marquis. 50 Legions of Spirits. Afflicts men for many days with wounds and sores.
Sachiel – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. To trample down. Also associated with the Angel of Jupiter.
Sagars – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. A double headed axe.
Saleos – (1) Duke. 30 Legions of Spirits. Causes love between men and women. (2) A great duke, who appears like a brave soldier, riding on a crocodile, crowned. He promotes love between the sexes.
Samael – (1)Angel of Death. Venom of God. (2) Attributed to Netzach, Kingdom of Medes, the great cloud. Terrible demon leaping on an ox. (3) Symbolic form somewhat like the devil of the tarot. (4) The Black. All of these are gigantic in stature and terrible aspect. (5) The Palace of Hod, the deceivers (jugglers), whose form is that of dull, demon headed dog-like monster.
Samalo – A servitor of Beelzebub. His image.
Samigina – Marquis. 30 Legions of Inferior Spirits. Gives account of souls that died in sin.
Saraph – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. To burn or devour with fire.
Sargatanas – (1) Brigidier Major, directly under Astaroth’s command. Brain washing and memory erasure. (2) Inferior to Astaroth. (3) He has the power to make a person invisible, to transport them anywhere, to open all locks to reveal whatsoever is taking place in private houses, and teach all the arts of the shepherds. He commands several brigades of spirits, and has Zoray, Valefar, and Faraii for his immediate inferiors.
Sarkany – A Hungarian demon, son of the witch Boszorkany. It is sadi she could turn a person into a horse.
Sapason – A servitor of Ariton. To putrefy.
Saris – A servitor of Ariton. A pike or spear.
Sarisel – A servitor of Oriens. Minister of god.
Sarra – A servitor of Asmodeus. To strike.
Sartabakins – A servitor of Asmodeus and Magoth. The zodiac Cancer.
Satan – (1) One of the four Crown Princes of Hell. Ruler of the Southern quadrant. His element is fire, and rules justice and passion. (2) Leader of the Opposition. (2) From Hebrew, ShTN, an adversary. (4) Evil chief of Kether.
Satorial – Also known as Harasiel. Attributed to Binah, they are the concealors and destroyers. Their forms and appearance are as gigantic black veiled heads with horns and hideous eyes, seen through the veil. They are followed by evil centaurs. Also called Seriel, from Esau, because of the hairiness.
Sbarronat – A servitor of Asmodeus. A little friend.
Schabuach – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. To calm, or assuage.
Scharak – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. To wind, or twine about.
Schechirion – Whose colors are black and their form blended of reptile, insect and shellfish, such as a crab or lobster, yet, demon-faced withal.
Sched – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. A devastating demon.
Schelagon – A servitor of Astaroth. Like snow.
Schii – A demon that is an operator of engines.
Sclavak – A servitor of Asmodeus. Torture and pain.
Scox – A Duke of Hell. He is depicted as a liar and a thief.
Scrilis – A servitor of Amaymon. Sacreligious offense.
Seere – A mighty prince under Amaymon, King of the East, appearing in the form of a beautiful man on a strong winged horse. He brings all things to pass suddenly, transports to any place in the twinkling of an eye, and discovers all thefts. He is indifferently good or bad and will do the will of the operator.
Segal – Causes all manner of prodigies visibly, both natural and supernatural.
Seiktha – Burmese demons. They dwell in trees and groves. Their nature is usually malign, but occasionally we find them the tutelar or guardian of a village. In any case, they possess shrines where they may be propitiated by gifts of food and drink.
Sekabin – A servitor of Ariton. Casters down.
Semazas – Chief of the Fallen Angels.
Semlin – A servitor of Astaroth and Asmodeus. Appearances.
Separ – A great duke, who appears in red apparel and armed like a soldier. He inflames women with love for men and can transform them into other shapes till they have been enjoyed by their lovers.
Serguthy – Has power over wives and virgins, when the occasion is favorable.
Sermeot – A servitor of Ariton. Death to the flesh.
Shax – (1) Renders victims deaf and blind. (2) Marquis. 3 Legions of Spirits. Takes away the sight, hearing or understanding of man or woman at magickians command. (3) A great marquis, comes in the form of a stockdove, speaking with a hoarse voice. He destroys the sight, hearing and understanding of any man or woman at the will of the exorcist, steals money from the king’s exchequer, and returns it in 1200 years. He will transport anything, but must first be commanded into the triangle; otherwise he will deceive the operator. He discovers all hidden things which are not in the keeping of wicked spirits, and gives good familiars.
Shelhabiron – Whose colors are fiery and yellow, their form is like merciless wolves and jackals.
Shiq – A type of demon appearing to travellers as half a man.
Shony – A death bringing demon reigned in the waters of the North Sea, and he was known to the ancient Scottish fishermen as Shony. Although this creature was not commonly seen, he appeared as a man of large stature, a thick shag of hair covering his head, and a ridge of fins adorning his spine. He was greatly dreaded by all those who had any dealings with the sea, be it fishermen or sailors on trade vessels.
Shui-Mu – Shui-mu Niang-niang was a Chinese water demon whose evil doings caused yearly floods, claiming numerous lives and bringing famine and desolation to the town of Ssu Chou and its surroundings. Her power was so great that her cunning tricks triumphed over the troops Yo Huang, the Lord of the Skies, had sent out against her. The demoness, enraged by the repeated attempts to capture her, kicked and turned over one of the magic buckets containing the sources of the great lakes. The freed water engulfed the unfortunate town of Ssu Chou, burying it for ever under a great mass of water called the lake of Hung-tse.
Sibolis – A servitor of Ariton. A rushing lion.
Sidragrosam – Makes the girls dance stark naked.
Sifon – A servitor of Asmodeus and Magoth. To cover over.
Siho I Salo – A demon from the Solomon Islands.
Sikastin – A servitor of Magoth and Kore.
Silcharde – One of the demons who may be summoned by necromancy.
Sirchade – Has power to show thee all kinds of animals of whatsoever nature they may be.
Sitri – Prince. 60 Legions of Spirits. Enflames men with women’s love, and vice versa.
Sobe – A servitor of Asmodeus and Magoth. The tail of a horse, or a fly flap.
Sobel – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. A burden.
Sonneillon – Demon of hate and lies.
Sorosma – A servitor of Beelzebub. A funeral bearer.
Sorriolenen – A servitor of Magoth and Kore.
Soterion – A servitor of Oriens, Paimon, Ariton and Amaymon. Saving; delivering.
Spirits of the Lemegeton – First is Baal, Second is Agares, Fifth is Marbas, Eighth is Barbatos, Aamon (possible Paimon) is the ninth, Tenth is Buer, Eleventh is Gusoyn, Fifteenth is Eligor, Seventeenth is Botis, Eighteenth is Bathim.
Stolas – (1) Prince. 26 Legions of Spirits. Teaches astronomy, herbs and stones. (2) Also known as Solas, a powerful prince, appears in the likeness of a raven and then as a man. He teaches the art of astronomy and the virtues of herbs and stones. Succorbenoth – (1) Chief Eunich, demon of the gates and jealousy. (2) Chief of the Eunichs of the Royal Household.
Succubus – A demon who takes the shape of a woman.
Sudoron – A servitor of Paimon. False gift.
Supipas – A servitor of Magoth and Kore. Relating to swine.
Surgat – (1) Opens all locks. (2) A demon who may be summoned and who will give a magic stone upon command.
Sustugriel – Teaches magickal art; he gives familiar spirits for all things that can be desired, and furnishes mandragores.
Sytry – A great prince, who appears with a leopard’s head, but assumes a human form at the magickian’s command. He procures love between the two sexes, and causes women to show themselves naked.
Szepasszony – In Hungarian folklore, the Szepasszony is a taboo word. It is the name of the Fair Lady, a beautiful woman with long hair and a white dress. She is a female demon who seduces young men and comes out to dance in storms and hail showers. Noon is the hour when she is the most powerful. Several expressions are associated with her. To “step into the platter of the Fair Lady” means to fall under a spell or one can describe a sick child as being “suckled by the Fair Lady.” Water dripping from the eaves forming a puddle constitutes a platter by which the Fair Lady can cast a spell on someone. It is considered dangerous to step into a circle of short grass surrounded by taller grass or no grass at all, since it may be the circle where the Fair Lady dances.