Camory

Camory: A stubborn and churlish spirit who serves the Emperor of the South, Caspiel. Camory holds the rank of duke and is one of twelve infernal dukes who attend upon Caspiel directly. He himself has a total of two thousand two hundred and sixty lesser spirits at his command. Camory is described as an aerial spirit, meaning that his nature has more in common with air than with earth or flesh. Because of this, the Ars Theurgia recommends making him appear in a scrying crystal or specially prepared glass vessel so he can be seen with the naked eye.

Source : The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger.

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