Eligos – Eligor– Abigor

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The Demon Abigor ( Eligos ) is a Demon who is a grand duke in Hell. Abigor appears as a handsome man on a horse, holding a standard or scepter. He knows all the secrets of war andsees the future. He teaches leaders how to win the loyalty of soldiers. In hell, he commands 60 Legions of Demons.

Eligor - Demon and Spirit of Solomon

From “The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King” (1904) Written by S.L. MacGregor Mathers

ELIGOS. – The Fifteenth Spirit in Order is Eligos, a Great Duke, and appeareth in the form of a goodly Knight, carrying a Lance, an Ensign, and a Serpent. He discovereth hidden things, and knoweth things to come; and ofWars, and how the Soldiers will or shall meet.
He causeth the Love of Lords and Great Persons. He governeth 60 Legions of Spirits. His Seal is this, etc.

The Seal of Eligor - Eligos
The Seal of Eligor – Eligos

Eligor - Demon and Spirit of Solomon

From the Luciferian Goetia ( 2007 ) – Written by Michael Ford

“Eligos is a Duke who appears as a Knight, whom carries a lance and a serpent. Eligos may reveal hidden secrets i.e. within the self, outer as well. Eligos is also a divinatory spirit as well, who may reveal the coming of wars, unrest and battles. It is suggested the Eligos also causes Love of people as well. He governs 60 Legions of Spirits. “

Eligor - Demon and Spirit of Solomon

From the “Pseudomonarchia Daemonum” ( 1583 ) Written by Johann Weyer (Johann Wier)

Eligor, alias Abigor, is a great duke, and appeereth as a goodlie [handsome] knight, carrieng a lance, an ensigne, and a scepter: he answereth fullie of things hidden, and of warres, and how souldiers should meete: he knoweth things to come, and procureth the favour of lords and knights, governing sixtie legions of divels.

Original Text : Eligor, alias Abigor, Dux magnus, apparet ut miles pulcherrimus, lanceam, vexillum and sceptrum portans. Plene de occultis respondet atque bellis, and quomodo milites occurrere debeant: Futura scit, and gratiam apud omnes dominos and milites conciliat. Præsidet sexaginta legionibus

Eligor - Demon and Spirit of Solomon

From the “Dictionnaire Infernal” (edition of 1863 ) Written by Jacques Auguste Simon Collin de Plancy

Abigor presents himself as a horseman carrying a lance, a standard, or a scepter. He commands sixty legions and is a grand duke of hell. He knows of the secrets of warfare, of the future, and can instruct leaders of the ways to earn their soldiers’ respect.

Original Text :Abigor, démon d’un ordre supérieur, grandducdans la monarchie infernale. Soixante légionsmarchent sous ses ordres. Il se montresous la figure d’un beau cavalier portant la lance l’étendard ou le sceptre; il répond habilementsur tout ce qui concerne les secrets de la guerre,sait l’avenir, el enseigne aux chefs les moyens dese faire aimer des soldats.

Eligor as depicted in Collin de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal, 1863 edition.
Eligor as depicted in Collin de Plancy’s Dictionnaire Infernal, 1863 edition.

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