Tag Archives: Demon

Antaura

The Demon Antaura is a Greek demon of migraine headaches. Antaura is a female demon, who rises up out of the sea, moves like the wind, shouts like a deer, and cries like an ox. She enters into people’s heads to cause intense pain. She commands other headache demons to do the same. Antaura is thwarted by the goddess Artemis, ...

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Angels of Mastemoth

The Angels of Mastemoth are in the Dead Sea Scrolls, a name for the Watchers, Fallen Angels  ( see Fallen Angels ) who cohabited with women and begat giants. The Angels of Mastemoth are “Enemy Angels” and “Angels of Darkness.” The Qumran text 4Q390 refers to sinners being delivered into the power of the Angels of Mastemoth, who will rule ...

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Andra – Archdemon in Zoroastrianism

Andra is in Zoroastrianism, the archdemon known as the Slayer and Fighter, who turns humans away from virtue. Andra opposes the good spirit, or amesha spenta, of Artvahisht. He also punishes the souls doomed to HELL. Also known as Indra. Taken from : The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology By Rosemary Ellen Guiley Edited for the Web by Occult World

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Algul – Djinn

An Algul is an Arabian vampire night DJINN. Algul means “horse leech.” The algul lives in cemeteries and takes the form of a woman in order to gain the trust of untended children. Although this type of evil djinn lives in cemeteries, it prefers fresh blood. It enters homes to prey upon sleeping children, taking their blood and their breath. ...

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Aiwass – Aiwaz

Aiwass (Aiwaz) Imposing entity who dictated to Aleister Crowley “The Book of the Law”, Crowley’s most significant magical work. Crowley considered Aiwass to be his HOLY GUARDIAN angel, or divine Higher Self, acting as intermediary for higher beings such as the Secret Chiefs, superhuman ADEPTS of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Occultists have debated whether Aiwass was an entity ...

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Eurynomus

The Demon Eurynomus is in Greek lore, a high-ranking Demon of Hades. The Greek geographer Pausanias said in Description of Greece that the oracles at Delphi described Eurynomus as a flesh-eating demon who strips corpses down to the bone.

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Niyaz – Demon of Want, Distress and Scarcity

The Demon Niyaz is in Zoroastrianism, the Demon of want, distress, and scarcity. Niyaz is often paired with Az, the demon of avarice, insatiability, gluttony, and lust.

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Nisroc – Assyrian Demon

Nisroc is a Assyrian deity who became both a good Angel and a Fallen Angel. As a fallen angel in HELL, Nisroc rules cuisine in the House of Princes.

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Naamah – Angel of Prostitution

Naamah - Angel of Prostitution

Naamah is in kabbalistic lore, one of four angels of prostitution, a demon and a partner of Samael. She is a Succubus and a Fallen Angel. Naamah is said to have engaged, like Lilith, in intercourse with Adam. According to tradition, was created directly by God, as Eve or Lilith. Naamah and Lilith lived in the Red Sea coast where ...

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Raysiel – Aerial Spirit of Solomon

The demon Raysiel is a demon among the 31 Aerial Spirits of Solomon. Raysiel serves under Demoriel and rules as a king in the north, attended by 50 dukes during the day and 50 more at night. Each duke has 50 servants. The daytime demons are good-natured; the nighttime demons are evil, stubborn, and disobedient. The 16 major dukes of ...

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