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Demon Dictionary

Demon Dictionary

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: Arcade
: Angel
Rank :
Origin :
Myths :
Abdiel was the most vindicative angel against the Rebels headed by Satan
Magic :
appears on several pentacles of the Key of Salomon and the Legemeton
Source :
Book of Raziel (XIII), Milton’s Paradise, Key of Salomon, Legemeton
: insects
Name :
The Destroyer / Appolyon
Shape :
King of the cricket-demons
Rank :
Head of the Sixth House of Hell, Demonic Ruler of the Abyss
Origin :
Apocalypse, St Thomas. Abaddon is specifically mentioned five times in the Old Testament
Myths :
He is one of the kings that has ruled over the nations of the earth. The scriptures indicate that heruled over both Egypt and Sodom at some point in history, and will endeavour to rule over Jerusalem inthe final days. Jerusalem will figuratively be called Sodom and Egypt at that time. At the end of timeshe is given the key to the abyss and releases these demon hordes on the people of the earth
: Abigar
Shape :
pleasant man or woman
 Rank :
Grand Duke of Hell, commands sixty legions
 Magic :
Fortell future and give military advice
:Johann Wier’s Pseudomanarchia Daemonum
Picture <./abigor.htm>
: Sun
: a fat-bellied character with the head of a king, a dragon's tail, and serpents instead of legs. Healso carries a whip in his hand. He is often featured with the head of a cock.
: the ruler of all the 365 heavens (Basilides of Egypt)
: Gnostic. Express the unspeakable name of the Supreme Being and to symbolize its solarpower.
: The seven letters of his name signify the seven creative powers, or the seven planetary angels,recognized by the ancients. In numerology, the value of the letters in Abraxas adds up to three hundredand sixty-five, the number of days (365) and powers of the year, and the three hundred and sixty-fivespirits occupying the heavens. The name Abraxas seems also to have been the origin of the word'abracadabra,' a magic spell said to be of very great power.
Quote :
From Tertullian :'Afterwards broke out the heretic Basilides. He affirms that there is a supreme Deity, by nameAbraxas, by whom was created Mind, which in Greek he calls Nous; that thence sprang the Word;
that of Him issued Providence, Virtue, and Wisdom; that out of these subsequently were madePrincipalities, powers, and Angels; that there ensued infinite issues and processions of angels; thatby these angels 365 heavens were formed, and the world, in honour of Abraxas, whose name, if computed, has in itself this number. Now, among the last of the angels, those who made this world,he places the God of the Jews latest, that is, the God of the Law and of the Prophets, whom he deniesto be a God, but affirms to be an angel. To him, he says, was allotted the seed of Abraham, andaccordingly he it was who transferred the sons of Israel from the land of Egypt into the land of Canaan; affirming him to be turbulent above the other angels, and accordingly given to the frequentarousing of seditions and wars, yes, and the shedding of human blood. Christ, moreover, he affirmsto have been sent, not by this maker of the world, but by the above-named Abraxas; and to havecome in a phantasm, and been destitute of the substance of flesh: that it was not He who sufferedamong the Jews, but that Simon was crucified in His stead: whence, again, there must be nobelieving on him who was crucified, lest one confess to having believed on Simon. Martyrdoms, hesays, are not to be endured. The resurrection of the flesh he strenuously impugns, affirming thatsalvation has not been promised to bodies.'Carl Jung : The Seven Sermons to the Dead"Abraxas speaketh that hallowed and accursed word which is life and death at the same time.Abraxas begetteth truth and lying, good and evil, light and darkness in the same word and in thesame act. Wherefore is Abraxas terrible."E. A. Wallis Budge :"Abrasax represented the 365 Aeons or emanations from the First Cause, and as a Pantheus, i.e. All-God, he appears on the amulets with the head of a cock (Phoebus) or of a lion (Ra or Mithras), thebody of a man, and his legs are serpents which terminate in scorpions, types of the Agathodaimon.In his right hand he grasps a club, or a flail, and in his left is a round or oval shield”

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