Glasya-Labolas

Glasya-Labolas - Demon and Spirit of Solomon

The Demon Glasya Labolas ( Caacrinolaas, Caassimola, Glasyalabolas ) is a Fallen Angel and 25th of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.
Glasya Labolas is a president in Hell. He appears as a winged dog. He can make men invisible and discern the past and the future. He is the leader of all homicides and incites people to bloodshed. He teaches all arts and science instantly. He commands 36 Legions of Demons.

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

GLASYA-LABOLAS. – The Twenty-fifth Spirit is Glasya-Labolas. He is a Mighty President and Earl, and showeth himself in the form of a Dog with Wings like a Gryphon. He teacheth all Arts and Sciences in an instant, and is an Author of Bloodshed and Manslaughter. He teacheth all things Past, and to Come. If desired he causeth the love both of Friends and of Foes. He can make a Man to go Invisible. And he hath under his command 36 Legions of Spirits. His Seal is this, to be, etc.

The Seal of Glasya Labolas
The Seal of Glasya Labolas

Glasya-Labolas - Demon and Spirit of Solomon
From the “Pseudomonarchia Daemonum” ( 1583 ) Written by Johann Weyer (Johann Wier)

Glasya Labolas, alias Caacrinolaas, or Caassimolar, is a great president, who commeth foorth like a dog, and hath wings like a griffen, he giveth the knowledge of arts, and is the captaine of all mansleiers: he understandeth things present and to come, he gaineth the minds and love of freends and foes, he maketh a man go invisible, and hath the rule of six and thirtie legions.

Original Text : Glasya labolas, alias Caacrinolaas vel Caassimolar magnus Præses: Qui progreditur ut canis habens alas gryphi. Artium cognitionem dat, interim dux omnium homicidarum. Præsentia and futura intelligit. Tam amicorum quam inimicorum animos demeretur: Et hominem reddit invisibilem. Imperium habet triginta sex legionum.

Glasya-Labolas - Demon and Spirit of Solomon

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

Caacrinolaas (aka Caassimolar, Glassia-labolas) is a high president of hell who commands 36 legions. He appears as a dog with griffin wings. He teaches liberal arts, inspires murder, makes men invisible, and predicts the future. In the Great Grimoire, he is called Classyalabolas, a sergeant sometimes mounted to Nebiros or Naberus.

Original Text : Caacrinolaas, nommé aussi Caassimolar' ou Glassialabolas, grand président aux enfers. Il se présente sous la forme d'un chien, et il en a la démarche, avec des ailes de griffon. Il donne la connaissance des arts libéraux, et, par unmbizarre contraste, il inspire les homicides. On dit qu'il prédit bien l'avenir. Ce démon rend l'homme invisible et commande trente-six légions Le Grand Grimoire le nomme Classyalabolus, et n'en fait qu'une espèce de sergent qui sert quelquefois de monture à Nébiros ou Naberus.

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

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