Aroc

Aroc: In the court of the demon Malgaras, Aroc serves as chief duke. Through Malgaras, he is connected with the direction of the west. According to the Ars Theurgia, Aroc rules over thirty attending spirits. He appears only in the hours of the night.

Source:

The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger

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