Aglas

Aglas: Appears in the Ars Theurgia in connection with the court of the demon Gediel. Here, he is ranked as a duke who serves his infernal master by night. He commands a total of twenty lesser spirits. The name of this demon is probably derived from the magickal word AGLA.

Source:

The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger

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