Chamor

Chamor: A demon named in the Ars Theurgia. Chamor is one of six chief dukes in the court of Menadiel, a wandering prince of the air. He has three hundred and ninety lesser spirits to serve him. In addition, he has a specific companion in the demon Baruch. Where Chamor will manifest only during the fifth hour of the day, Baruch always follows after him, appearing in the sixth planetary hour. His name is also spelled Clamor.

Source : The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger.

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