Canibores

Canibores: A demon devoted to lust, passion, and earthly delights, Canibores appears in Driscoll’s translation of the Sworn Book. A president of the order who serves the demon-king Sarabocres, Canibores cannot be conjured visibly himself. Instead, he must be reached through his three ministers, Tracatat, Nassar, and Naassa. According to the Sworn Book, Canibores has a malleable nature and his body shines like a brilliant star. He can incite lust and passion between men and women.

He is also said to possess the power to produce “boundless enjoyment” in the opposite sex.

Source : The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger.

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