Cabarim

Cabarim: A duke in the hierarchy of the demon Demoriel. According to the Ars Theurgia, Demoriel is the infernal Emperor of the North, and thus Cabarim is also affiliated with the north. Cabarim is a duke with dominion over one thousand one hundred and forty lesser spirits of his own. He will only manifest during the second two planetary hours of the day.

Source:

The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger

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