The Lesser Key of Solomon is a grimoire or a text of magical incantations and spells that are said to have been written by King Solomon, who was a legendary figure in Jewish, Islamic, and Christian traditions. The text is divided into five books, and the second book, known as the "Ars Goetia," is the one that is famous for its description of the 72 demons and their corresponding sigils.
According to the text, the 72 demons were summoned by King Solomon and bound to his will so that he could use their powers for various purposes. Each demonic spirit is associated with a specific sigil, a symbol, or a seal representing the demon's name and power.
The sigils are said to be powerful tools for summoning and commanding the demons. Still, they should only be used by experienced practitioners of magic, as they can be dangerous if misused. In fact, the text warns that the demons should not be summoned for idle curiosity or frivolous reasons, as they can be unpredictable and even harmful.
Some of the most well-known demons in the Ars Goetia include Bael, who is said to be able to make people invisible and give them wisdom; Paimon, who can provide people with knowledge of all arts and sciences; and Asmodeus, who is said to be able to teach people how to control and manipulate others.
The 72 Demon Sigils from the Ars Goetia section of the Lesser Key of Solomon grimoire.
Despite their fearsome reputations, many modern practitioners of magic view the demons of the Ars Goetia as more symbolic than literal entities. They may use the sigils to tap into their inner power and creativity rather than trying to control external forces.
In conclusion, the Lesser Key of Solomon and its 72 demon sigils are a fascinating and complex aspect of magical history. Whether you view them as literal beings or as powerful symbols, they continue to capture the imagination of people interested in the occult and supernatural. However, it is essential to remember that any practice involving the summoning of demons or other entities should be approached with caution and respect.
Here is a brief description of all 72 demons in Ars Goetia, the number of Legions they command, and their rankings:
- King Bael (66 legions) - Bael is the first king of Hell, with dominions in the east. He has three heads: a frog, a man, and a cat. He speaks in a husky but well-formed voice and teaches the art of invisibility. He may be the equivalent of Baal or Beelzebub.
- Duke Agares (31 legions) - Rules the east side of Hell. He can make fugitives turn and those who stay put into running. He delights in teaching immoral expressions. Agares has the power to make or destroy temporal and supernatural dignities (noble titles). He is depicted as a pale man riding a crocodile.
- Prince Vassago (26 legions) - Can be persuaded to tell the mage events past and future, discover things hidden and lost, and has a "good" nature and manifests as an angel. It is not listed in Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum.
- Marquis Samigina (30 legions) - Also called Gamigin. He teaches all the liberal sciences and gives an account of the souls of those who died in sin and drowned in the sea, speaking in a rough voice. He answers what is asked and stays with the mage until satisfied. He is depicted as a miniature horse or donkey, which changes shape into a man at the wizard's request.
- President Marbas (36 legions) - Also called Barbas. He answers about hidden or secret things, causes and cures disease, teaches mechanical arts, and transforms men into other forms. He is depicted as a great lion who changes shape at the magician's request and becomes a man.
- Duke Valefar (10 legions) - Also called Malaphar. He tempts people to steal and is responsible for good relations between thieves. His associates consider him an excellent familiar "until they are caught." He is represented as a lion with a man's head or as a lion with a donkey's head.
- Marquis Amon (40 legions) - Also called Nahum. He appears as a wolf with a serpent's tail that can breathe fire or as a raven-headed man, sometimes with fangs. Amon speaks of all things past and future. He stirs up quarrels and reconciles controversies between friend and foe.
- Duke Barbatos (30 legions) - Has four kings as his companions to command his legions. It gives an understanding of animal voices, speaks of past and future, reconciles friends and rulers, and can lead to treasures hidden by wizards' enchantments.
- King Paimon (200 legions) - One of the kings of Hell, more obedient to Lucifer than the others. He has a great voice and roars when he arrives until the mage forces him to answer the questions put to him. When a spellcaster summons it, he must look northwest toward Paimon's house. When Paimon appears, he must be allowed to ask the spell caster what he wants and be answered to get the same from him. He teaches all arts, philosophies, sciences, and secret things; he can reveal all the mysteries of Earth, wind, and water, what the mind is, where it is, and whatever the magician wants to know. He bestows good family dignities, confirms them, and subjects humans to the mage's will. If he is called alone, some offering or sacrifice must be made, and he will accept it. Two kings named Beball (Bebal or Labal) and Abalam (Abalim) will go to him together with other spirits, usually 25 legions. Still, these other spirits only sometimes come unless the magician summons them. He is portrayed as an effeminate-faced man, wearing a precious crown and riding a dromedary. In front of Paimon runs a host of demons, such as men playing trumpets, cymbals, and other instruments.Grab your Sigil Necklace of the 72 Demons in the Lesser Key Of Solomon here!
- President Buer (50 legions) - Appears when the Sun is in Sagittarius. He teaches Natural and Moral Philosophy, Logic, and the virtues of all herbs and plants. It cures all diseases, especially of men, and gives good familiars. He was originally represented in the form of Sagittarius, a centaur with a bow and arrows. Louis Le Breton illustrated it with a lion's head and five goat's legs wrapped around its body to walk in all directions.
- Duke Gusion (40 legions) - Also called Gusoin. He tells all things past, present, and future, shows the meaning of all questions put to him, reconciles friends, and bestows honors and dignities. He is described as a Cynocephalus, having the head of a canid, but he is also represented as a baboon.
- Prince Sitri (60 legions) - Also called Bitru. He makes men love women and vice versa, and he can make people naked if he wants to. He is depicted with the face of a leopard and the wings of a griffin, but at the magician's request, he is transformed into a very handsome man.
- King Beleth (85 legions) - Rides a warhorse, and all manner of music is heard before him. Noah's son Ham was the first to invoke him after the flood and wrote a book on mathematics with his help. Upon appearance, he appears too fierce to test the mage. The magician must be courageous and, holding a hazel wand in his hand, must draw a triangle, striking south, east, and upward, and command Beleth in it by means of conjurations. If he doesn't comply, the magician must rehearse all the threats the conjurations said. Then Beleth will obey and do all that he is commanded, but the magician must be respectful, pay homage due to Beleth's rank, and hold a silver ring on the middle finger of his left hand against his face, for it is the use of kings and infernal princes before Amaymon. Beleth gives all the love of men and women he is commanded until the mage is satisfied.
- Marquis Leraje (30 legions) - He causes great battles and disputes and makes wounds from arrows gangrenous. He is depicted as a gallant, handsome archer dressed in green with a bow and quiver.
- Duke Eligos (60 legions) - Also called Eligor or Abigor. He discovers hidden things and knows the future of wars and how soldiers will meet. He attracts the favor of lords, knights, and other important people. He is represented in the form of a dignified knight carrying a spear, banner, and wand. Alternatively, he is depicted as a ghostly specter, riding a semi-skeletal (sometimes winged) horse, the Steed of Abigor, a servant of Hell and a gift of Beelzebub, created from the remains of one of the Garden's horses of Eden.
- Duke Zepar (26 legions) - Commands legions of lesser spirits. His job is to make women love men and unite them in love. It also makes women sterile. He is depicted in red clothing and armor, like a soldier.
- Count President Botis (60 legions) - Also called Otis. He speaks of all things past and future and reconciles friend and foe. He is depicted as an ugly viper, but when he changes shape, he takes on human form, with large teeth and two horns, carrying a sharp, shining sword.
- Duke Bathin (30 legions) - Also called Mathim or Marthim. He knows the virtues of precious stones and herbs and can lead men suddenly from one country to another. He is depicted as a strong man with a serpent's tail, riding a pale horse.Grab your Sigil Necklace of the 72 demons in the Lesser Key of Solomon here!
- Duke Sallos (30 legions) - Also called Saleos and Zaleos. It is a pacifist and causes men to love women and women to love men. He is portrayed as a gallant and handsome soldier, wearing a ducal crown and riding a crocodile. Weyer considers him an earl and does not mention his legions or work.
- King Purson (22 legions) - Also called Curson and Pursan. He knows hidden things, can find treasures, and tells the past, present, and future. Taking a human or aerial body, he answers about everything secret and divine on Earth and the world's creation. He brings good familiars. He is portrayed as a man with the face of a lion, carrying a fierce viper in his hand and riding a bear. Before him can be heard many trumpets sounding.
- Count-president Morax (36 legions) - Also called Foraii, Marax, and Farax. He teaches Astronomy and all other liberal sciences. He gives good and wise familiars who know the virtues of all herbs and precious stones. He is described as a great bull with the face of a man. His name seems to come from the Latin morax, "that delays" or "that stops."
- Prince-count Ipos (36 legions) - Also called Aiperos and Ipes. He knows and can reveal all things, past, present, and future. He can make men witty and bold. He is commonly represented with the body of an angel with the head of a lion, the tail of a hare, and the feet of a goose, less often in the same form, but with the body of a lion, and rarely as a vulture.
- Duke Aim (26 legions) - Also called Haborym. He sets cities, castles, and great places on fire, makes men clever in every way, and gives answers in private matters. He is described as a man with three heads, one of a serpent, the second of a man, and the third of a cat, or of a calf riding a viper and carrying a burning brand of fire with which he sets fire where he is asked.
- Marquis Naberius (19 legions) - The most valiant Marquis of Hell, he makes men cunning in all arts but chiefly in rhetoric. He also restores lost dignities and honors or obtains the loss of them. He appears as a three-headed dog, a crow, or a black barge. He has a raspy voice but comes across as eloquent and amiable and teaches the art of a pleasant life.
- Count-president Glasya-Labolas (36 legions) - Other names are Caacrinolaas, Caassimolar, Classyalabolas, Glassia-Labolis, and Gaylos-Lobos. He is the author and captain of murder and bloodshed. He tells all things past and future, gains the mind and love of friend and foe by causing love between them if desired, incites murder, and can make a man invisible. He is described as a dog with the wings of a griffin.
- Duque Bune (30 legions) - Changes the place of the dead and transforms them into demons under his power. He makes men eloquent and wise and accurately answers their demands. Bune can also give men wealth. He speaks in a gracefully loud voice. He is described as a three-headed dragon, his heads being like those of a dog, a griffin, and a man, or two dragons and a man.
- Marquis-Count Ronové (20 legions) - Teaches rhetoric and languages and gives good and loyal servants and the favor of friend and foe. He is described as a monster holding a staff without detailing his appearance. He is also described as a taker of old souls; he often comes to Earth to harvest the souls of decrepit humans and animals close to death.Grab your Ars Goetia Sigil Necklace of the 72 Demons in the Lesser Key of Solomon here!
- Duke Berith (26 legions) - Also called Baal-Berith. It counts things from the past, present, and future; it can turn all metals into gold, give men dignity, and confirm them. He speaks in a clear and subtle voice. To talk to him, the magician must wear a silver ring and place it before his face like in the case of Beleth, and the demons do before Amaymon. He is portrayed as a soldier wearing red clothes, a golden crown, and riding a red horse.
- Duke Astaroth (40 legions) - Astaroth is portrayed as a naked man with feathered wings, wearing a crown, holding a serpent in one hand, and riding a beast with dragon wings and a serpent's tail. According to Sebastien Michaelis, he is a demon of the First Hierarchy who seduces through laziness, vanity and rationalized philosophies. His adversary is Saint Bartholomew, who can protect against him, as he resisted the temptations of Astaroth. According to others, he teaches mathematical sciences and crafts, can make men invisible and lead them to hidden treasures, and answers all questions. He also gives mortals power over serpents.
- Marquis Forneus (29 legions) - Teaches rhetoric and languages, gives men a good name, and makes them loved by their friends and enemies. He is described as a giant sea monster. His name seems to come from the Latin fornus, "furnace."
- President Foras (29 legions) - Also called Forcas or Forrasis. It teaches logic and ethics in all branches, the virtues of all herbs and precious stones. It can make a man clever, eloquent, invisible, and long-lived, discovering treasures and recovering lost things. He is described as a strong man. His name seems to derive from the Latin foras, "outside."
- King Asmodeus (72 legions) - Also called Asmoday. He is powerful and appears with three heads; the first is like a bull, the second like a man, and the third like a ram; the tail of a serpent, and flames of fire come out of its mouth. He rides an infernal dragon and holds a spear with a banner. He gives the ring of virtues and teaches the arts of Arithmetic, Astronomy, Geometry, and all crafts. He answers all questions, provides invincibility, and shows where the treasures are hidden.
- Prince-president Gaap (66 legions) - Also called Goap and Tap. He is the king and prince of the region south of Hell and Earth for the Ars Goetia, but of the West according to the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum. In both texts, he guides the four kings (the others are Ziminiar, Corson, and Amaymon, or Belial, Beleth, and Asmodai). It must be cast when the Sun is in a southern zodiacal sign. Gaap controls the element of water and reigns over the Water Elementals or 'water demons.' Teaches Philosophy and all liberal sciences, can cause love or hate and make men callous and invisible, frees familiars from the custody of other mages, teaches how to consecrate those things that belong to the domain of Amaymon, its king, gives true answers about past, present and future, and can transport and transport men and things swiftly from one nation to another at the magician's will. According to some authors, it can make men ignorant. According to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, certain necromancers honor him with sacrifices and burnt offerings. He is depicted in human form.
- Count Furfur (26 legions) - He is a liar unless he is forced into a magic triangle where he gives truthful answers to all questions, speaking in a gruff voice. Furfur causes love between a man and a woman, creates storms, hurricanes, thunder, lightning, and gusts, and teaches secret and divine things. He is depicted as a deer, a winged stag, and an angel. Furfur or Furfures in Latin means "bran." Still, the name may be a corruption of Furcifer, "scoundrel," or originated from fur, "thief."
- Marquis Marchosias (30 legions) - He is a solid and excellent fighter and very reliable for the mage, giving truthful answers to all questions. Marchosias waits in vain to return to Heaven with the unfallen angels after 1,200 years. He is described as a wolf in the shape of a man, having the wings of a griffin and the serpent's tail, and being able to shapeshift into a man at the wizard's request. The name Marchosias comes from the Late Marchio, "marquis."
- Prince Stolas (26 legions) - Also called Stolos, Stoppas, and Solas, he teaches astronomy and knows about herbs, plants, and precious stones. He is often depicted as a crow or crowned owl with long legs.Grab your Sigil Necklace of the 72 Demons in the Ars Goetia here!
- Marquis Phoenix (20 legions) - Also called Pheynix, Phenex, and Phoeniex. He teaches all incredible sciences, is an excellent poet, and is very obedient to the magician. He hopes in vain to return to Heaven after 1200 years. He is represented as a phoenix, which sings sweet notes in a child's voice. Still, the magician must warn his companions not to listen to him and ask him to take a human form, which the demon is supposed to do after some time.
- Count Halphas (26 legions) - Also called Malthus or Malthas. He has a gruff voice and is often depicted in the form of a stork. He builds turrets and fills them with ammo and weapons. He sends his legions into battle or to places designated by demons of higher command.
- President Malphas (40 legions) - Builds houses, high towers, and fortresses; knocks down enemies' buildings; can destroy enemies' wishes or thoughts (or make them known to the mage) and whatever they have made, gives good familiars; and can quickly bring artificers of all places in the world. Willingly and kindly accepts any sacrifice but then deceives the mage. He is depicted as a raven, which, after a while or at a man's request, changes shape and speaks in a hoarse voice.
- Count Raum (30 legions) - Also called Raim. He is depicted as a crow who takes human form at the magician's request. He steals treasures from kings' houses, takes them where he will, and destroys men's cities and dignities (he has excellent contempt for dignities). He can tell things of the past, present, and future, reconcile friends and enemies and invoke love.
- Duque Focalor (30 legions) - Also called Furcalor. He appears as a man with griffin's wings who kills men, drowns them, and makes warships list, but if commanded by the magician, he will harm no man or thing. He has power over wind and sea and waits in vain to return to Heaven after a thousand years. Some texts say he rules 30 legions, while others speak of only 3.
- Duke Vepar (29 legions) - Also called Vefar and Separ. He rules the waters and guides ships laden with ammunition, armor, and weapons; on request, he can make the sea rough and stormy and appear full of ships. Vepar can make men die in three days by causing wounds to fester and worms to breed, but he can heal them immediately at the mage's request. He is described as a mermaid.
- Marquis Sabnock (50 legions) - Also called Sab Nac, Sabnac, Salmac, and Savnock. He builds tall towers, castles, and cities, supplying them with weapons and ammunition. It gives good familiars and can afflict men for several days, making their wounds gangrenous or filling them with worms. He is portrayed as a soldier with armor, weapons, and the head of a lion, riding a pale horse.
- Marquis Shax (30 legions) - Other spellings are Chax, Shan, Shass, Shaz, and Scox. He takes away the sight, hearing, and understanding of anyone under the wizard's request. He steals money from the house of kings, taking it back to the people. He also steals horses and whatever the wizard asks for. He can also discover hidden things if not guarded by evil spirits and sometimes gives good familiars, but sometimes these familiars deceive the magician. He must not be disturbed too often. He is considered faithful and obedient, but he is a liar. He will fool the magician unless he is forced to enter a magic triangle drawn on the ground when he is obliged to speak the truth. He knows when lies are told and use them to teach lessons. He is represented as a stork who speaks in a hoarse but subtle voice; his voice becomes beautiful when he enters the magic triangle.
- King-Earl Vine (36 legions) - Also called Vinea. He can tell the present, the past, and the future, discover witches and hidden things, create storms and stir the waters through them, and break down walls and build towers. He is depicted as a lion holding a snake and riding a black horse. His name comes from the Latin Vinea, vine, which is also the name given to an ancient war machine made of wood and covered with leather and branches, used to tear down walls.Grab your Necklace engraved with the Demon Sigils from the Lesser Key Of Solomon here!
- Count Bifrons (6 legions) - Also called Bifrous and Bifronze. He teaches the sciences and arts, the virtues of jewels and, woods, herbs, and transports corpses from their original tombs to other places, sometimes placing magic lights on tombs that look like candles. He appears as a monster but later changes his form to a man's. The origin of the name seems to be the Roman god Janus Bifrons.
- Duke Uvall (37 legions) - Also named Vual, Voval, Vreal, Wal, and Wall. He bestows the love of women, causes friendship between friend and foe, and tells things of the past, present, and future. He is portrayed as a dromedary who changes shape into a man and imperfectly speaks the Egyptian language in a deep voice after a while.
- President Haagenti (33 legions) - Also called Haage. He makes men wise by instructing them in all matters, transmuting all metals into gold, and turning wine into water and water into wine. He is described as a great bull with griffin's wings, changing into a man at the wizard's request.
- Duke Crocell (48 legions) - Also called Crokel or Procell. He manifests as an angel who speaks in dark and mysterious ways. When summoned by a magician, he can teach geometry and other liberal sciences. He can also heat bodies of water, create the illusion of running water, and reveal the location of natural baths.
- Knight Furcas (20 legions) - Teaches Philosophy, Astronomy, Rhetoric, Logic, Palmistry, and Pyromancy. He is portrayed as a strong older man with white hair and a long white beard who rides a horse holding a sharp weapon (a throwing pitchfork). The name may be derived from the Latin word furca, "pitchfork."
- King Balam (40 legions) - Answers about things past, present and future and can make men invisible and wise. Balam is described as having three heads, one of a bull, the second of a man, and the third of a ram. He has flaming eyes, and a serpent's tail, carries a falcon in his fist, and rides a strong bear. At other times he is depicted as a naked man riding a bear. His name appears to have been taken from the biblical magician Balaam.
- Duke Alloces (36 legions) - Also called Allocer. He induces people to immorality and teaches arts and all the mysteries of Heaven. Johann Weyer describes him as a knight on a giant horse. His face has leonine features, ruddy skin, and burning eyes, and he speaks very gravely. He is said to provide good familiars and teach astronomy and the liberal arts. He is often depicted riding a horse with dragon legs.
- President Cain (30 legions) - He is a good reasoner; he gives men an understanding of the voices of birds, oxen, dogs, and other creatures and the noise of the waters. He provides accurate answers about what is to come. He is portrayed by 19th and 20th-century occultists as a black thrush, but soon he changes shape into a man with a sharp sword in his hand. When answering questions, he seems to step on ashes or embers. The name appears to be taken from the first biblical murderer, Cain.
- Duke-Earl Murmur (30 legions) - Also called Murmus and Murmux. He teaches philosophy and can compel the souls of the deceased to come to the magician to answer desired questions. He is depicted as a soldier riding a vulture or griffin and wearing a ducal crown. Two of his ministers precede him blowing trumpets. Murmur in Latin means "noise," "whisper," and "murmur."Grab your necklace of the Lesser Key Of Solomon's sigils here!
- Prince Orobas (20 legions) - Gives answers about things past, present, and future, divinity, and the world's creation; he also bestows dignities and prelatures and the favor of friend and foe. He is faithful to the mage, does not allow any spirit to tempt him, and never deceives anyone. He is described as a horse that turns into a man at the magician's request. The name may come from the Latin word Orobias, a type of incense.
- Duke Gremory (26 legions) - Also called Gamory, Gemory, or Gomory. He tells everything past, present, and future about hidden treasures and wins the love of young and older women, especially maidens. He is portrayed as a beautiful woman with a duchess's crown tied around her waist and riding a camel.
- President Ose (30 legions) - Also called Voso. He makes men wise in all liberal sciences and answers about divine and secret things; he also drives anyone the sorcerer desires insane, making him believe he is whatever creature or thing the sorcerer wants, or tricks that person into thinking he is a king and wearing a crown or a pope. Ose is portrayed as a leopard that turns into a man after a while. His name may derive from the Latin word Os, mouth, tongue, or Osor, he who abhors. Some texts say that he commands only three legions.
- Chair Amy (36 legions) - Also called Avnas. He appears as a flame, but after taking the form of a man, he can become an outstanding magician in astrology and all liberal sciences. He seeks out excellent familiars, brings back treasures preserved by spirits, and hopes in vain to return to Heaven after 1,200 years.
- Marquis Orias (30 legions) - Also called Oriax. He knows and teaches the virtues of the stars and the mansions of the planets; he bestows dignities, prelates, and the favor of friend and foe and can shape a man into any form.
- Duke Vapula (36 legions) - Also called Naphula. He teaches philosophy, mechanics, and science and is depicted as a lion with griffin's wings.
- King-president Zagan (33 legions) - Makes men wise; he can also turn wine into water, water into wine, and blood into wine (according to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, blood into oil, oil into blood, and a fool into a wise man). Another of his powers is turning metals into coins made with that metal (i.e., gold into a gold coin, copper into a copper coin). He is described as a bull with the wings of a griffin that turns into a man after a while.
- President Volac (30 legions) - Also called Valac, Valax, Valu, and Valic. Answers about hidden treasures; reveal where serpents can be seen and deliver them harmless to the magician. He is said to appear as a poor little boy with angel wings riding a two-headed dragon.
- Marquis Andras (30 legions) - He sows discord among the people. He appears with a winged angel's body and the head of an owl or raven, riding a robust black wolf and wielding a sharp, shining sword. A highly dangerous demon that can kill the caster and his assistants if precautions are not taken.Grab your necklace engraved with the sigils from the Lemegeton here!
- Duke Flauros (36 legions) - Also called Flavros, Hauras, Haures, and Havres. He answers about all things past, present, and future, but first, he must be ordered to enter a magic triangle. Otherwise, he will lie, deceive the magician and cheat in other businesses. In the triangle, he will answer truthfully and talk about deities, the world's creation, himself, and other fallen angels. He can destroy all of the mage's enemies by burning them. It can be called when a mortal wants revenge on other demons. If the mage requests it, he will not suffer temptations of any spirit or form. He is described as a strong and terrible leopard who, at the magician's request, turns into a man with fiery eyes and a horrible expression. He commands 36 legions according to Ars Goetia and 20 according to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum.
- Marquis Andrealphus (26 legions) - Also called Androalphus. He appears like a noisy peacock and teaches cunning in astronomy. When in human form, he also teaches geometry perfectly. He can turn any man into a bird and make men subtle in all things measuring.
- Marquis Cimeries (20 legions) - Also called Kimaris, Cimeies, and Cimejes. He is described as a warrior mounted on a beautiful black horse. He can locate lost or hidden treasures. He teaches the trivium (grammar, logic, and rhetoric) and transforms a man into a warrior in his image. He governs all the spirits of Africa. Baskin's Dictionary of Satanism speculates that Cimeries is derived from the Cimmerians, a warlike people mentioned in the works of various classical authors as living in darkness. It is also possible that Cimeries is derived from Chimaira the Chimera, the three-headed, fire-breathing lion-goat-serpent who eventually became one of the guardians of the universe.
- Duke Amdusias (29 legions) - Also called Amduscias, Amdukias, or Ambduscias. He is depicted as a human being with claws instead of hands and feet, the head of a unicorn, and a trumpet to symbolize his powerful voice. He is associated with thunder, and his voice is heard during storms. He is accompanied by the sound of trumpets when he comes and will give concerts if commanded. All of his musical instruments can be heard but not seen. He is believed to be the demon responsible for the cacophonous music played in Hell and can make trees bend at will.
- King Belial (130 legions) - Also called Belhor, Baalial, Beliar, and Beliel, he was the first to be created after Lucifer. He has the power to hand out senatorial and makes excellent familiars. He must be presented with offerings, sacrifices, and gifts; otherwise, he will not give proper answers. He has 80 legions of demons and 50 spirits under his command.
- Marquis Decarabia (30 legions) - Also called Carabia. He knows the virtues of all herbs and precious stones; he can transform himself into all birds and sing and fly like them before the magician. He is depicted as a pentagram star, changing into a man at the magician's request. In the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, he is a King-Earl.
- Prince Seire (26 legions) - Also called Seir, Seere, or Sear. He can go anywhere on Earth in seconds to fulfill the magician's will, bring abundance, and help search for hidden treasures or theft. He is not a demon of evil but of good nature, primarily indifferent to evil. He is portrayed as a man riding a winged horse and is said to be handsome. It is not listed in Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum.
- Duke Dantalion (36 legions) - Also called Dantolion. He teaches all arts and sciences and declares anyone's secret thoughts, as he knows everyone's thoughts and can change them at his will. He can also cause love, show anyone's appearance through a vision, and make them be anywhere in the world they want. He is portrayed as a man of many appearances, meaning the faces of all men and women. There are also many representations in which he holds a book in one hand. It is not listed in Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum.
- Count Andromalius (36 legions) - Can bring back a thief and the stolen goods, punish all thieves and other wicked people, and discover hidden treasures, evils, and conspiracies. He is depicted as a man holding a giant serpent in his hand. It is not listed in Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum.
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