Carga

Carga: A chief duke in the court of the demon king Asyriel. Carga commands forty lesser spirits of his own. In the Ars Theurgia, Carga is reputed to manifest only during the daylight hours. He is associated with the south.

Source : The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger.

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