Cabariel is a Demon among the 31 Aerial Spirits of Solomon. A mighty prince ruling in the west by north. Cabariel ranks fourth under the Demon Amenadiel, Emperor of the West. He prefers to appear in remote and isolated locations, such as hidden groves or wooded islands. Possessing an airy nature that does not allow him to manifest clearly to the naked eye, Cabariel can best be seen in a stone crystal or scrying glass – at least according to the Ars Theurgia. Cabariel also appears in Trithemius’s Steganographia.
Cabariel is a prince of the west and north, with 50 attending dukes during the day and 50 more at night. Each duke has 50 servants, who appear when the dukes are summoned. The daytime dukes and servants are good natured, but the nighttime Demons are deceitful, disobedient, and evil.
The 10 most important dukes of the day are Satifiel, Parius, Godiel, Taros, Asoriel, Etimiel, Clyssan, Elitel, Aniel, and Cuphal.
The 10 most important dukes of nighttime are Mador, Peniet, Cugiel, Thalbus, Otim, Ladiel, Morlas, Pandor, Cazul, and Dubiel.
Note: Those Dukes that belongs to the day are very good and willing to obey their Master, and are to be called in the day time, And they of the night are by nature evil and disobedient, and will deceive you if they can, and are to be called in the night:
The Conjuration of Cabariel :
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