Aclahayr

Aclahayr : Apollonius of Tyana stated in his Nuctemeron (Night Illuminated by Day) that Aclahayr was one of the fourth of the seven Djinn of the Twelve Hours; their names are Eistibus, Phalgus, Pharzuph, Sislau, Schiekron, and Thagrinus. If he is to be summoned, it is best to do so on a Monday or Sunday. He is also the demon of gambling.

Sources:

  • Gettings, Dictionary of Demons, 23;
  • Lévi, Transcendental Magic, 418.

Source:

Encyclopedia of Demons in World Religions and Cultures – Written by Theresa Bane

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