Lytim: One of the many alternate names of the demon Lilith. This version of her name appears in conjunction with a spell known as the “Mirror of Lilith.” Detailed in the fifteenth-century magickal text known as the Munich Handbook, the “Mirror of Lilith” uses the invocation of demons, including Lilith herself, to charm a glass so it may be used as a scrying mirror.



The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger.


Edited and revised for the Web by Occult Media, the 22nd of April 2021. We use British English spelling.

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