Almasor

Almasor: In the Ars Theurgia, Almasor is described as an infernal knight governed by the wandering demon-prince, Pirichiel. According to that same text, Almasor is said to have no fewer than two thousand ministering spirits that attend him.

Source : Dictionary of Demons by Michelle Belanger

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