Camodiel

The demon Camodiel is a duke in the hierarchy of Emoniel, a wandering prince whose retinue is described in the Ars Theurgia. Camodiel is described as possessing a basically good nature, and he prefers to manifest in wooded areas. When he appears, he is likely to be accompanied by at least some of his one thousand three hundred and twenty attending spirits.

Source : The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger.

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