Canilel

Canilel: A demon said to serve the infernal king Barmiel, the first and chief spirit of the south. Canilel’s name and seal both appear in seventeenth-century magickal text known as the Ars Theurgia. According to this text, Canilel holds the rank of duke. He has twenty lesser spirits who serve him, and he is connected with the hours of
the night.

Source : The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger.

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