Arafos

Arafos: A demon of the night who serves the infernal king Symiel in the hierarchy of the north.
Arafos is attended by fifty ministering spirits. His name and seal appear in the Ars Theurgia. According to this text, Arafos is a stubborn and willful demon who is reluctant to manifest to mortals.

Source:

The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger

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