Adramelech Chancellor of Hell and President of The High Council of Devils.
Aguares Grand Duke of Eastern Hell, commanding 30 legions of devils.
Alocer Grand Duke of Hell, commanding 36 legions of devils.
Amduscias Grand Duke of Hell, commanding 29 legions, popular with black magicians.
Andras Marquis of Hell, commanding 30 legions of devils.
Asmodeus Head of the Casinos of Hell, banished to the desert by Raphael.
Astaroth Grand Duke of Western Hell, Lord Treasurer of Hell.
Astarte One of a number of heathen gods and goddesses sometimes consigned to Hell.
Aym Grand Duke of Hell, commanding 26 legions of demons. Also Harborym.
Ayperos Prince of Hell, commanding 36 legions of devils.
Azazel Standard Bearer of the armies of Hell. Also Satanael.
Baal Commanding General of the Infernal Armies.
Baalberith Chief Secretary and Archivist of Hell, a second-order demon. Also Berith.
Balan Prince of Hell.
Bearded Demon, The His name cannot be given lest people deal with him in search of the Philosopher's Stone (as King Solomon and Paracelsus are said to have
Beelzebub Prince of Demons, Lord of the Flies, second only to Satan.
Belial Prince of Trickery, Demon of Sodomy, sometimes called The Antichrist. It is likely he is also the one called Zephar by the German demonologist Weir.
Belphegor Demon of Ingenious Discoveries and Wealth.
Buer Second-order demon but commanding 50 legions of devils.
Caym Grand President of Hell.
Charon Boatman of Hell who ferries souls across the Styx or Archeron.
Chax Grand Duke of Hell. Also Scox.
Cresil Demon of impurity and slovenliness (according to Sebastien Michaelis, 1613).
Dagon Baker of Hell, member of the House of Princes.
Eurynomus Prince of Hell who feeds on corpses.
Furfur Count of Hell, commanding 26 legions of demons.
Geryon Giant centaur who (Dante said) guards Hell. Others say the guardian is a dragon.
Hecate Queen of the witches.
Jezebeth Demon of Falsehoods.
Kasdeya According to The Book of Enoch (LXIX:12) "the fifth Satan."
Kobal Entertainment Director of Hell, patron of comedians.
Leonard Inspector-General of Black Magic and Sorcery, The Great Negro of the witches' sabbats as a giant black goat. In Germany, Urian.
Leviathan Grand Admiral of Hell; androgynous, he is said to have seduced both Adam and Eve.
Lilith Princess of Hell, first wife of Adam.
Malphas Grand President of Hell, commanding 40 legions of devils. Same as Caym?
Mammom A word misunderstood was personified as the Demon of Avarice.
Mastema Leader of the offspring of fallen angels by human beings.
Melchom Treasurer of the House of the Princes of Hell.
Mephistopheles In some versions, servant of Lucifer, in others, The Devil himself.
Merihim Prince of Pestilence.
Moloch Another demon inherited from Jewish belief.
Mullin Servant of the House of Princes, lieutenant to Leonard.
Murmur Count of Hell, Demon of Music.
Naburus Marquis of Hell, connected with Cerberus.
Nergal Chief of Secret Police of Hell, a second-order demon, married to Allotu.
Nybras Grand Publicist of the Pleasures of Hell, an inferior demon.
Nysrogh Chief of the House of Princes of Hell, a second order demon.
Orias Marquis of Hell, Demon of Diabolic Astrologers and Diviners.
Orthon A minor demon familiar to the Comte de Corasse and the Comte de Foix. Another personal demon known by name is Sybacco, rather unreliably said to
have attended Adriano Lemmi, connected with the alleged Satanic-Masonic cult of Palladianism in 19th century Italy and then there are all sorts of demons
(usually with French names) that possessed French nuns, etc.
Paymon Master of Ceremonies of Hell.
Philotanus Demon assisting Belial in furthering pederasty and sodomy.
Proserpine In some accounts, Princess of Hell.
Pyro Prince of Falsehood.
Raum Count of Hell, commanding 30 legions of demons.
Rimmon Ambassador from Hell to (Czarist) Russia, Chief Physician of Hell. Also Damas.
Ronwe Minor demon commanding 19 legions of devils.
Samael Angel of Death, Prince of the Air, perhaps the one who tempted Eve.
Semiazas Chief of the Fallen Angels.
Shabriri Demon who struck people blind. The Jews also had goat demons (Schirim, Seirim), demon monsters (Behemoth, Leviathan), and Lilim, Nazzikim,
Ruchoth, and many more.
Sonneillon Demon of Hate (Michaelis).
Succorbenoth Chief Eunuch of the House of Princes, Demon of Gates and Jealousy.
Thamuz Ambassador of Hell, Creator of The Holy Inquisition, Investor of Artillery.
Ukobach Stationary Engineer of Hell, Inventor of Fireworks, maybe Cooking Out.
Uphir Head of the HMO of Hell, Demon physician and apothecary.
Valafar Grand Duke of Hell "in charge" say Tondriau and Villeneuve (1972) "of good relations among brigands."
Verdelet Master of Ceremonies of the House of the Princes of Hell.
Verin Demon of Impatience.
Vetis A devil who specializes in tempting and corrupting the holy.
Xaphan Stokes the furnaces of Hell, a second-order demon.
Zaebos One of the many animal-human combinations in Hebrew imitation of the Sumerians. This one is part crocodile, part human.
Zagam Demon of Deceit and Counterfeiting. He can do Christ's first miracle, changing water into wine.
In the list above the information allegedly was revealed by Baalberith to Soeur Madeleine de Demandoix in the early 17th century. She had pretty familiar names in
her first hierarchy but her second (Carreau, Carnivean, Oeillet, Rosier, Verrier) and their hierarchy (Belial, Olivier, Juvart) look incredibly French.
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During Jesus Christ's life he had many confrontations with Demons. He cast outmany Demons and Devils and there are
numerous accounts in the Bible of this. One of the most memorable would be the casting out of demons in the desert. This is
when Jesus cast out the Demons that were in the desert and into the bodies of pigs as they scattered away. This is one of the
reasons why most of the Islamic faith does not eat pork. Another example would be one of the most recognized phrases in
the history of Demonology, "My name is Legion!". In Mark 5:2-5:9, Jesus entered the land of Gadarenes and encountered a
man who was possessed. When Jesus spoke to the Demon and said "COME OUT OF THE MAN, THOU UNCLEAN
SPIRIT, WHAT IS THOU NAME?" The Demon answered "MY NAME IS LEGION, FOR WE ARE MANY!"
The history of Demonology is one that is quite unclear before 1160 B.C. However, writings from
Wolfram von Eschenbach (1170 B.C. - 1220 B.C.) state that Magic was first conceived in a city
called Persida and that a nomad named Klingsor traveled there and brought back with him the art
of magically affecting whatever he wished. When Klingsor found the strength of his true powers,
he began to brag about how sly and cunning he was to get women into bed, but that served him no
justice after he got caught sleeping with the king's wife (The Queen). Klingsor was then castrated,
turned into a Eunuch and was never again looked favorably upon by man nor woman. He enjoyed
seeing other people suffer and that was the only thing that gave him great joy. This was one of the
first recorded examples of the weak becoming empowered by sacrificing themselves to Devils and
Demons in exchange for sweet revenge. We find the word magic used above, simply because any
time you entered into the world of conjuring or summoning evil or dark forces, that is what it was
called. Later through the centuries magic took on many new, more descriptive terms like
Elemental, White, Dark, Black, Etc., and subsequently Demonology was given it's own category.
After Jesus Christ's death on the cross and the Catholic church was founded, there were many accounts and happenings that were believed to be caused by
Demons. Seizures were one of them, although now known to have medical causes, the Catholic church looked at seizures as the workings of Demons that were
trying to overtake a persons body, as well as his soul. It was not until the early days of medicine that seizures were found to be caused by the body responding to a
disease in which there was no cure for at the time. This example is one of the most important reasons why Demonologists fell from popularity for hundreds of
years, and gave rise to skepticism. I am not saying that Demonologists were not common, when they were in fact. There is more proof of Demonology between
when Jesus died and the Middle Ages than during any other time span in history.
From about the Middle Ages up unto the early 1800s, were the greatest years of Demonology (The Golden Era). It's no coincidence that this was also the period of
the European witch craze. Even though thousands of people died a horrible death, it inspired many Demonologists to continue their work, but also trying hard not
to get caught. However, the Art of Demonology almost completely died off after the end of that era and was only carried on by a hand full of theologians.
(The below context is credited to D. J. McAdam)
The term "demons" was not always understood to have the absolutely negative connotation that it does today. Homer used the terms "demons" and "gods"
moreor less interchangeably. Another opinion was that demons were intermediaries between men and gods, and that demons had once been men. Plutarch speaks
of "human souls as commencing, first heroes, then demons, and afterward as advancing to a more sublime degree." Philo of Byblus seems to draw on this same
tradition when he states that, "The most ancient of the barbarians, especially the Phoenicians and Egyptians, from whom other people derived this custom,
accounted those the greatest gods who had found out things most necessary and useful in life -- and had been benefactors to mankind."
Our current use of the term "demon" is to denote a malignant spirit, and comes to us primarily form New Testament writers. However, there is still uncertainty as
to whether or not demons are considered to be distinct and separate from the Devil and his fallen angels.
Demon possession - that is, a human who has become inhabited or "taken over" by a demon and who cannot, consequently, exercise his own will - is noted in the
New Testament, specifically in which had "prevailed or succeeded greatly among them down to the present time." Unfortunately, Josephus does not describe the
There is little doubt that most of what was described in older times as "demon possession" would today be diagnosed as some sort of mental illness, and treated
accordingly. Nevertheless, a few cases of possession do seem to crop up from time to time, and the Roman Catholic Church does continue (sparingly) to perform
Periods of Increased Demon Activity
Some historians of times past believed that there were cycles during which demonic activity increased, and used this theory to explain various occurrences, much in
the same way as today's economic historians might explain historical events in terms of trade, productivity and other factors. These older historians saw a rise in
demonic activity accompanying such occurrences as the destruction of Jerusalem, the fall of Rome and the French Revolution, and would in all likelihood also have
viewed the demonic theory at work in relation to the rise of Nazism and World War II.
(End of context credited to D. J. McAdam)
The Catechism of the Catholic Church Acknowledges Demons
The Church teaches that Satan was at first a good angel, made by God: "The devil and other demons were indeed created naturally good by God, but they became
evil by their own doing." The Catechism "Scripture speaks of a sin of the angels." This "fall" consists in the free choice of these created spirits, who radically and
IRREVOCABLY rejected God and his Reign."
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