Camel

The demon Camel is ruled by Demoriel, the infernal Emperor of the North, Camel is named in the Ars Theurgia.
In this text, he is said to have one thousand one hundred and forty spirits at his command. If the day is divided into twelve sections consisting of two hours each, Camel is connected with the seventh set of two planetary hours. The name of this demon may have originally been intended to be Camiel, a name that appears several times in the hierarchies of other demonic lords in the Ars Theurgia.

Source : The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger.

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