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4 Biegga-prošeaktta
Eaŋgalasgiellas

Eŋgel /Angels
Abdiel
(Literature, Milton)

Adriel
(Judeo-Christian)

Amesha Spenta
(Zoroastrianism)

Arariel
(Jewish mythology)

Archangels
(Judeo-Christian)

Azrael
(Judeo-Christian-Islamic)

Barachiel
(Christian)

Bene Elohim
(Judeo-Christian)
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Cassiel
(Judeo-Christian)

Cherub/Cherubim
(Judeo-Christian)

Camael
(a.k.a. Kemuel) (Judeo-Christian)

Devas
(Hindu mythology, Buddhist cosmology)

Dominions
(a.k.a. Kyriotetes) (Judeo-Christian)

Dumah
(Judeo-Christian)

Eremiel
(Judeo-Christian)
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Gagiel
Angel of Fishermen (Judeo-Christian)

Gabriel
(Judeo-Christian-Islamic)

Grigori
(a.k.a. Watchers) (Judeo-Christian)

Hadraniel
(Judeo-Christian)

Haniel
(Judeo-Christian)

Harut
(Islamic)
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Ireul
(Judeo-Christian)

Israfel
(a.k.a. Israfil) (Judeo-Christian-Islamic)

Ithuriel
(Literature, Milton)
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Jegudiel
(Christian)

Jehoel
(Judeo-Christian)

Jerahmeel
(Judeo-Christian)

Jophiel
(Judeo-Christian)

Kushiel
(Judeo-Christian)

Leliel
(Judeo-Christian)

Lucifer
(Judeo-Christian)
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Malik
(Islamic)

Marut
(Islamic)

Metatron
(Judeo-Christian)

Michael
(Judeo-Christian-Islamic)

Moroni
(Mormonism)

Munkar
(Islamic)

Muriel
(Judeo-Christian)
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Nakir
(Islamic)

Nephi
(Mormonism)

Nuriel
(Jewish mythology)
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Ophan/Ophanim
(Judeo-Christian) see also Thrones

Orifiel
(Christian)

Pahaliah
(Christian)

Powers
(Judeo-Christian)

Principalities
(Judeo-Christian)

Puriel
(Judeo-Christian)

Raguel
(Judeo-Christian-Islamic)

Raphael
(Judeo-Christian)
Raziel

(Judeo-Christian)

Remiel
(Judeo-Christian)

Ridwan
(Islamic)

Sachiel
(Judeo-Christian)

Sandalphon
(Judeo-Christian)

Sariel
(Judeo-Christian-Islamic)

Satan
(Judeo-Christian)

Selaphiel
(Christian)

Seraph/Seraphim
(Judeo-Christian)
Seraphiel
(Judeo-Christian)

Simiel
(Christian)

Shamsiel
(Judeo-Christian)

Tennin
(Japanese mythology)

Thrones
(Judeo-Christian)

Uriel
(Judeo-Christian

Virtues
(Judeo-Christian)

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Wormwood
(Christian)

Zachariel
(Christian)

Zadkiel
(Judeo-Christian)

Zephon
(Jewish mythology)

Zophiel
(Judeo-Christian)

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Fieraledje eŋgeliid ja árvodašši
Fallen angels by rank

Some of the fallen were supposedly members of more than one rank, but this list will
only list the
primary rank, or the rank that is most well-known, of each apostate angel.

Ođđa málbmmi
First Sphere

Seraphim
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Lucifer
Satan
Asmodeus
Astaroth
Leviathan
Samael
Semyazza

Cherubim

Azazel
Beelzebub
Berith
Lauviah
Marou
Salikotal
Thrones

Gressil
Focalor
Forneus
Murmur
Nelchael
Phenex
Purson
Raum
Sonneillon
Verrine
Nuppát málbmmi
Second Sphere

Dominions

Balam
Marchosias
Nilaihah
Oeillet
Paimon
Rosier
Virtues

Agares
Ariel
Barbiel
Barbatos
Belial
Ielaliah
Purson
Sealiah
Senciner
Uzziel
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Powers

Amy
Beleth
Carnivean
Carreau
Crocell
Gaap
Lehahiah
Uvall

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Eará / Others

Abigor
Adirael
Aldebaran
Anane[†]
Antares
Armers/Armaros[†]
Asbeel
Atarculph
Asael/Azazel
Azaradel
Akibeel/Azibeel[†]
Azkeel
Azza
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Badariel
Baraqel
Batarel
Batraal/Batarjal[†]
Busasejal
Chobaliel
Danel/Daniel[†]
Ertael/Ertrael[†]
Exael
Ezequeel
Fomalhaut
Gadreel/Gadriel
Gurson
Hakael
Hananel
Haures
Hosampsich
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Iomuel
Jeqon
Jetrel
Jove
Junier
Kasdaye
Kasbeel
Kokabel
Meresin
Mulciber
Naamah
Nithael
Omiel
Orus
Penemue
Ramuel[†]
Regent
Regulus
Rugziel
Rumjal
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Samathael
Sameveel
Samsaveel[†]
Saraknyal[†]
Sariel
Seriel
Shaftiel
Simapesiel
Tabaet
Tamiel
Temeluchus
Thausael
Tiril
Tumael
Turael[†]
Urakabarameel[†]
Uzza
Xaphan
Wormwood
Yomyael[†]
Zavebe[†]
Dagualgufihtariiddieđut/ Demonology

A
Aa
(Christian demonology)

Abaddon
(Hebrew) Destroyer,Advisor. Said to be chief of demons.
Sometimes (Christian demonology)

Abalam
(Christian demonology)

Abatu
An earth boundform of destructive/negative energy in the Order of the Nine

Abdiel
(Arabic) from "Abd" meaning slave. Lord of slaves/slavery.

Abduxuel
(Enochian) One of the demonic rulers of the lunar mansions.

Abigar
Can fortell future and give military advice.

Abigor
(Unk) allegedly a warrior demon who commands sixty legions.
Weyer names. Christian demonology - commands 60 legions

Abraxas
(Gnosticism) according to Wierius. One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.

Aclahayr
(Unk) Of the fourth hour of the Nuctemeron, the genius spirit.

Adad, Addu
(Babylonian, Hittite) god of the storm.
Adramalech
(Samarian) devil. Commander of Hell. Wierius'
chancellor of infernal, (Assyrian mythology)
Arch Demon whose name means, "King of Fire"

Adriel
Mansions of the moon among the Enochian demons.

Aeshma
Aesma - (Persian) One of seven archangels of the Persians. Adopted later into
Af (Jewish mythology)(Zoroastrianism)

Af
(Jewish mythology)

Agaliarept
(Hebrew) commander of armies. Aussi General of hell
Grimoire of Pope (Jewish mythology)

Agares or Aguares
(Unk) devil. Wierius' hierarchy states Agares
(Christian demonology) First Duke of the East, commands 31 legions; appears willingly

Agathodemon
(Egyptian) a good demon worshipped by the egyptians.

Agiel
(Jewish mythology)

Agramon
(Unk) Demon of fear

Agrat-bat-mahlaht
One of Satan's wives and demoness of whores.

Ahazu
demon - the siezer demon of the night.
Ahpuch
(Mayan) devil.
Ahriman (Mazdean) devil.Ahremanes was the name given to fallen angels
Angra Mainyu (Zoroastrianism)

Aim
(Christian demonology)

Akem
Manah/Akoman/Akvan (Zoroastrianism)

Alal
(Chaldean mythology)

Alastor
(Unk) Wierius' cruel demon called "the executioner."(Christian demonology)

Aldinach
(Egyptian) A demon who causes natural disasters (i.e. floods, hurricanes,
all four corners of the birth chamber was adopted by the Jews.
Lilith is the princess of

Allocen
One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.(Christian demonology)

Allu
(Akkadian mythology)

Alocer
Strong Duke commands 36 legions; lion's face, dressed as a knight on a horse
Alocer, Allocer - (Unk) Grand duke of hell. One of Solomon's 72 spirits.
Also associated with Jinns and Divs of Persia.

Alu-Demon
(Semitic) Night demon.
Amaimon
One of the 72 spirits of Solomon. See also Amaimon, Amoymon, Amaymon, and Aamon.

Amaymon
Evil Spirit, king of South. (Christian demonology)

Amducias
Grand Duke of Hades. According to Wierius a demon of music.

Amducious
(Hebrew) The destroyer.
Great Duke, governs 29 legions; looks like a unicorn

Amdusias Amduscias
(Christian demonology)

Ammut
(Egyptian mythology)

Amon
Sun God. Much like Lucifer except controls reproduction (Christian demonology)
Amon, Ammon - (EgyptionAmy - One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.
Said to be supreme president of hell.

Amy
(Christian demonology)

Anamelech
Anomylech
(Assyrian) bearer of bad news. An obscure demon. His name

Andhaka
(Hindu mythology)
Andramalech
Andras
(Unk) god of quarrels. Grand marquis of hell. (Christian demonology)
commands 30 legions; bird head with angel-like wings

Andrealphus
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. (Christian demonology)

Andromalius
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. (Christian demonology)

Angles
The name itself signifies in one sense the purpose of the cosmic cycies and
the opening of the Gates since 'Atazoth' as a word means 'an increasing of azoth.
Associated with rites of sacrifice.

Anini
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

Anneberg
(German) demon of mines.

Ansitif
(unk) Possessed Sister Barbara of St. Michael in 1643 during the possessions of

Antichrist
(Christian demonology)

Anzu
(Sumerian mythology)

Aosoth
Dark female force in the pantheon of the Order of the Nine Angles.

Apep
(a.k.a. Apophis) (Egyptian mythology)
Apollyn
(Greek) Another name for Satan.

Apollyon
(Abaddon) : The King of Demons Rev 9:11 (Christian demonology)

Ardat-Lile
(Semitic) a female spirit/demon who weds human beings and wreaks havoc

Arioch
(unk) Demon of vengence. He delivers vengence only when called on.

Armaros
(Christian demonology)

Arphaxat
(Unk) The demon who possessed Loise de Pinterville during the possession of

Asag
(Sumerian mythology)

Asb'el
(Jewish mythology)

Ashtaroth,
Astaroth - (Phonician)- goddess of lust, seduction. Same as Ishtar.

Asmodai
Asmodeus (Jewish folklore and Christian demonology

Asmoday
A king of hell according to the Key of Solomon. He can grant invincibility.
Prince of demons; thought to be the serpent that deceived Eve
Asmodeus
(Heb) devil of sensuality and luxury, originally 'creature of judgement'. He
was the overseer of all the gambling houses in the court of Hell, and the general
spreader
of dissipation. In addition, Asmodeus was the demon of lust, responsible for stirring
up
matrimonial trouble.
Demon of wrath, banished by Raphael in the Book of Tobit 8:3
Asmoday- (Hebrew) god of lust. A demon most commonly involved in
possession cases, particularily noted in the possession of the Louviers nuns. Evolved
from the Persian Aeshma. See Aeshma.
Prince of demons; thought to be the serpent that deceived Eve

Astaroth
Strong Duke over 40 legions and the treasurer of hell. (Christian demonology)

Astarte
Queen of spirits of the dead. (Semitic mythology)
Astarte/ Astaroth

Asura
(Hindu mythology)

Atazoth
The most powerful of the Dark Gods in the pantheon of the Order of the Nine

Awar
Son of Iblis. Arab demon of laziness.

Aym
(Unk) Grand duke of hell. Also Haborym. Great Duke, who commands 26 legions;
from christian demonology
Ayperos
(Unk) Prince of hell. Subordinate in Grimoire of Pope Honorius.
Prince, commands 36 legions; from christian demonoly

Azanigin
Mother of all demons who lie waiting in Earth in the pantheon of the Order of

Azathoth
Rules all time and space from a black throne at the center of Chaos.

Azazel
(Hebrew) god/demon of war. See also Azael.
Chief of the goat-demons or "hairy demons"(Jewish demonology)

Azi Dahaka/Dahak
(Zoroastrianism)

Baal
(Christian demonology)

Baal shamem
(Caananite mythology)

Baal, Bael
– (Hebrew) devil. Means "the lord." The Canaanites worshipped Baal and held


Baalberith, Balberith
(Canaanite) Lord of covenant later made god of death.

Baalzephon
(Canaanite) Captain of guard and sentinels of Hell according to Wierius.

Babael
(Unk) Keeper of graves.

Bael
Head of the Infernal Armies of 66 legions

Bagat
(Shape-shifting demon from the Philippines)

Balaam
(Hebrew) avarice and greed.

Balam
Terrible king with three heads and commands 40 legions (Christian demonology)
Barbatos

Balan
(Unk) A demon in Wierius' hierarchy said to be high in the monarchy. The

Balban
(Unk) a demon of delusion.

Balberith
(Jewish demonology)

Bali Raj
(Hindu mythology)

Baltazo
(Unk)The Demon who possessed Nicole Aubry of Laon in 1566.
Baphomet
God of the Templars. Worshiped as Satan. The Templar's are thought, by
some, to be one of the earliest sects of Demonolatry. (Demon, or image/idol )

Barbas
(Unk) a demon of mechanics according to some hierarchies. (Christian demonology)

Barbatos
(Christian demonology)

Barbetos
(Unk) Duke of Hades.

Bar-Lgura
(Semitic) A gargoyle type demon who is said to sit atop houses and pounce

Barqu
(Unk) The demon who keeps the secrets of the philosophers stone.

Bartimaeus
(Literature, Stroud)

Barzabel
Associated with Machidael and Barchiel.

Bast
(Egyption) goddess of pleasure. Represented by a cat.

Bathin
(Christian demonology)

Bathym, Bathim, Bathin


(Unk) See also Marthim. Demon of herbs and precious stones

Bayemon
(Unk) According to the Grimiore of Pope Honorius a reigning monarch
Bechard Bechaud
(Unk) A demon mentioned in Key Of Solomon as demon of

Beelzebub
(Jewish demonology, Christian demonology)
Prince of Demons, aka Lord of the Flies, former highest ranking angel in heaven
Beelzebuth, Belzebath - (Hebrew) Lord of Flies.

Behemoth
(Hebrew) Another name for Satan.(Jewish demonology)

Beherit
(Syriac) Another name for Satan.(Phoenecian mythology)

Beleth
(Christian demonology)

Belial
(Jewish demonology, Christian demonology)

Belial
Chief of all devils, brings about wickedness and guilt
Beliar - (Hebrew) The earth elemental. Speculation has suggested the name Belial

Belphegor
Demon or "god" of the Moabites, Numbers 25 (Christian demonology)
Belphegor, Belphegore, Baalphegor (Moabites?) Demon of discovery,

Beng
A romany name for the devil.

Berith
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. (Christian demonology)
Great Duke of hell who governs 26 legions, appears as a red soldier on a red horse
Bhairava
(Shiva)

Biffant
(Unk) The demon who allegedly possessed Denise de la Caille.

Bifrons
(Unk) Wierius' demon of astronomy, geometry,
and other such sciences. (Christian demonology)
declares the understanding of geometry, astrology and other arts

Bile
(Celtic) god of Hell.

Bileth
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

Biule
(Romanian mythology)

Blisargon
(Unk) Grand enticer of theives until he brings his followers to destruction.

Botis
One of the 72 spirits of Solomon.(Christian demonology)
Appears as a viper, and proclaims the past and future

Budsturga
A blue, aetherial entity related to Order of the Nine Angles' l3th path.

Buer
(Unk) a demon of the second order who commands fifty legions.
One of the 72 (Christian demonology)
President of hell, of the second order, and commands 50 legions
Bune
(Unk) One of Wierius' demons of death. (Christian demonology)

Bushyasta
(Zoroastrianism)

Caacrinolaas
(Unk) Wierius' demon of knowledge of liberal arts.
Appears as a Griffon.(Christian demonology)

Caim
(Christian demonology)

Cali
(Kali)
Callicantzaros

Cambions
(Unk) Offspring of Incubi and Succubi.

Carreau
no description.

Cassiel,
Caspiel - (Unk) Ruler of Saturn.causal and acausal spaces,
In one sense represents hidden wisdom but generally
Caym
Great President who takes the shape of a thrush; rules 30 legions
Caim - (Unk) Grand President of Hell. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

Cerberus
(Greek mythology and Roman mythology)

Chamos
no description.

Charon
Boatman of hell. Ferries souls across styx and/or archeron.
The boat man who brings souls across the river Styx

Charun
(Etruscan mythology)

Chax
(Unk) Grand duke of hell. Also Scox.

Chemosh
(Moabite) devil. (Moabite mythology)

Chiang-shih
(or kiang shi)

Cimejes
no description.

Chimera
(Greek mythology)
Cho Cho
(Buddhist demonology)

Chomie
(Enochian) no description.

Choronzon
demon of dispersion, guardian of the Abyss.

Chupacabra
(Latin American mythology)

Cimejes
(Christian demonology)

Cimeries
(African) devil.

Clauneck
Demon over treasures and riches.

Clisthert
(Unk) a demon who can change day to night and night to day.

Coalprin
{Christian demonology}

Corson
(Christian demonology)

Cresil
(Unk) Demon of impurity and slovenliness. Also Gressil.
Demon of impurity and laziness
Crocell
Grand Duke who appears as an angel, and governs 48 legions
(Christian demonology)

Culsu
(Etruscan mythology)

Cunali
One of the demons of the 8th hour of the Nuctemeron.

Cusion
no description.

Dagon
(Philistine) another serpent god and god of ocean.

Dagon
(Semitic mythology)

Dagwanoenyent
no description.

Daityas
no description.
Damar
(Universal Demonology)

Dameal, Deamiel
no description

Damien
(Christian mythology)

(Jewish mythology)

Dantalian
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.

Dantalion
(Christian demonology)

Decarabia
no description.

Dasa
(Hindu mythology)

Decarabia
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.(Christian demonology)

Deicide
(Egyptian demonology)
Delepitorae, Delepitore
(Unk) demoness of sorcery enlightenment.

Demogorgon
(Christian demonology)
Demogorgon,
Gorgo - (Greek) devil.

Demoriel
no description

Deumos
Female demon with 4 horns and a crown

Deumus
no description.

Diriel
no description

Dmitryus
(Christian mythology)

Dominic
(christian mythology)

Donn
(Irish mythology)

Dracula
(Romanian) devil.

Drekavac
(Slavic mythology)

Dumah
(Jewish demonology)
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Eblis
(Mohammedan) Also called the "Satan" of the Mohammedans. It is claimed that
once he was an inhabitant of Azazil, the heaven nearest God; and when the angels
were
commanded to bow down to the first man, Eblis was the leader of those who
rebelled.

Eleksha
(Christian demonology)

Eligos
(Christian demonology)

Emma-O
(Japanese) ruler of Hell.

Empusa
(Greek mythology)

Ereshkigal
» Erinyes

Errtu
(Literature, R.A. Salvatore)

Etrigan
(DC comics)

Euronymous
Eurynomous - (Greek) god of death. Prince of hell who feeds upon corpses.
Euryale
(Greek mythology)

Eurynome
Superior demon who feeds on corpses; the Prince of Death (Greek mythology)

Eurynomos
(Greek mythology)

Familiars
(Christian demonology)

Fenrir
Flaga

Flereous
Feurety - (Unk) god of fire. Fire Elemental used in place of Satan. Lieutenant

Fleuretty
(Christian demonology)

Focalor
Grand Duke who drowns men and overthrows ships of war (Christian demonology)
Fomorians

Foras
(Christian demonology)
Forneus
(Christian demonology)

Furcas
Christian demonology)
Furfur(Unk) Holds rank as count of hell. (Christian demonology)
commands 26 legions; appears as angel with a flaming tail

Gaap
Prince of hell, intensifies love and hatred; transporter demon
(Christian demonology)

Ganga
Gader'el
(Jewish demonology)

Gaki
(Japanese mythology)
Garuda
Glasya-Labolas

Geryon
Giant centaur, guardian of hell (literary- Dante) Centaur/Dragon who guards hell.

Glasya-Labolas
(Christian demonology)
Göap
(Christian demonology)

Gorgon
(Greek mythology)
Gorgons

Gremory
Gregorian
(Christian demonology)

Gremory
(Christian demonology)

Grigori
(Jewish demonology)

Grimiore
commanding general of infernal armies.

Guecubu
(Chili) Evil spirits.

Gusion
(Christian demonology)

Haagenti
(Christian demonology)

Haborym
(Hebrew) Another name for Satan.
Halphas
(Christian demonology)
Harpies

Hanan'el
(Christian demonology)

Hantu
(Philippinan mythology)

Haures
(Christian demonology) Strong Duke of hell, commands 20 legions and is very
frightful with eye aflame
Hecate (Greek) goddess of underworld and sorcery. Queen of witches.

Hel
Hiisi
Hela
(Teutonic) goddess of death, daughter of Loki.

Humbaba
(Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology)
Hurakan

Iblis
(Islamic demonology)
Incubus
Ifrits
(Arabic) Evil, hideous spectres. Became Genies in Persian and Indian mythology.
Also associated with Jinns and Divs of Persia.

Incubus
male demon of seduction said to invade a woman’s dreams. Note various
(Christian demonology, Chaldean mythology, Jewish folklore)
(Christian demonology)

Ipos
Demon count of hell who commands 36 legions; looks like a lion-headed angel
(Christian demonology)

Ishtar
Inanna

Ishtar
(Babylonian) goddess of fertility.

Ithea
(Christian demonology)

Izanami

Jaydeep
(Hindu mythology)

Jezebeth
(Unk) the demon of falsehoods and lie
Jikininki
(Japanese mythology)

Jinn
(Islamic demonology)
Jormungand

Ka ni na
(Japanese mythology)

Kabhanda
(Hinduism)

Kali
(Hindu) daughter of Shiva, the destroyer. Kali ("the black one") is the Hindu

Kasdaye
(Christian demonology)

Kasdeya
The Book Of Enoch refers to this demon as the "fifth satan"

Kitsune
(Japanese mythology)

Kobal
(Unk) Hell's entertainment liason. (Christian demonology) Demon of hilarity

Kokb'ael
(Jewish demonology)
Kostchtchie
(Russian) a goblin of death.

Krayl/krill
(Russian Demonology)

Kulak
(Christian Demonology)

Kwantomm
(romanian demonology)

Labal
(Christian demonology)

Labasu
(a.k.a. Dimmea) (Sumerian mythology)

Lamia
(Bulgarian folklore, Christian demonology and Greek mythology

Lechies
(Slavic mythology)

Legion
(Christian demonology)

Lempo
(Finnish mythology)
Leonard
(see also Urian german) Demon of sorcery . Appears as a giant black goat.
Master of black magic and sorcery

Leraje
(Christian demonology)

Leviathan
(Hebrew) the serpent, the raging sea. Snake worship. Water Elemental.
Grand admiral of hell. Seen as androgynous.
(Jewish demonology, Christian demonology)
Dragon of the Sea, the Crooked Serpent of the abyss

Lilim
(Jewish folklore)
Lilith - (Hebrew) in Hebrew myth - Adam’s first wife. Later wife to Satan.
According many demonologists, Lilith presides over Succubi. Lilith is said to attempt
to
destroy newborn infants. For this reason the practice of writing a formula to drive
Lilith away on
all four corners of the birth chamber was adopted by the Jews. Lilith is the princess
of
helland a Demon of waste.
(Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology, Jewish folklore)

Lilu
(Jewish demonology)

Liothe
(North-European folklore)
Lix Tetrax
(Jewish/Christian demonology)

Loki
(Teutonic) devil.

Loquerion
(N.Ireland Folklore)

Lucifer
(Roman) The Light Bringer. Air Elemental. Often misconstrued as
being Satan.Light bearer, son of the morning;
former seraphim cast out of heaven (Christian demonology)

Lucifuge
Rofocale (Roman) devil. (Christian demonology)

Malphas
(Unk) Grand president of the infernal regions.
Appears as a crow. (Christian demonology)
Grand president of hell, commands 40 legions; appears as a raven

Mammon
god of wealth & profit. Demon of avarice (Aramaic) (Christian demonology)

Mandragoras
(Unk) Familiar demons. They are attributed to the mandrake root and
considered gifts from Satan to the sorcerer who conjures them.
Mania
(Etruscan) goddess of Hell.

Mantus
(Etruscan) god of hell.

Mara
a demon who attempts to damn the soul.
(Buddhist mythology, Scandinavian folklore)

Marax
(Christian demonology)

Marbas
(Christian demonology)

Marchosias
(Christian demonology)

Maricha
(Hindu mythology)

Masselir
(Jewish mythology)

Mastema
(Unk) leader of human/demon offspring. (Jewish demonology)
Leader of fallen angels whose job is to tempt men to sin and
accuse them before God (Jewish demonology)

Mathim
(Christian demonology)

Mccue
(Hindu demonoloy)
Medusa
(Greek mythology)

Melchiresa
(Jewish demonology

Melchom
(Unk) the treasurer of the palace of hell.
Demon who carries the money purse; payer of servants

Mephistopheles
(Christian folklore)

Mephistopheles
Another name for the devil in the Middle Ages

Mephistopholes
Mesphito - (Greek) the light shunner. Counterpart of Lucifer.

Merihem
(Christian demonology)

Merihim
(unk) the prince of pestilence.

Merihim
Dark Prince of pestilence

Metheus
(Exiled general of the 12th Legion)

Metztli
(Aztec) goddess of night
Mictain
(Aztec) god of death

Mictlantecuhtli
Aztec mythology)

Mojo
(African mythology)

Moloch
(Phoenician) devil- Demon worshipped by the
Israelites through child sacrifice. (Christian demonology)

Mormo
(Greek) God of Spirits. Hecate’s Consort.

Mullin
(Unk) Leonard's right hand man
Demon lieutenant of the demon Leonard

Murmur
(Unk) Demon of music. A count of hell.
(Christian demonology)
Great Duke, comes with trumpets sounding and rules 30 legions

Muttukumaru
(Malaysian demonology)
N

Naamah
(Hebrew) seduction (Jewish demonology)

Naberius
Strong demon in charge of 29 legions,
a Marquis of hell (Christian demonology)

Naberus
(Christian demonology)

Naburus
Naberios (Unk) protector of the gates of hell.
Associated with Cerberos.

Naphula
(Christian demonology)

Nebiros
(Unk) Mar De Camp of hell.

Nekomata
(Japanese mythology)

Neqa'el
(Egyptian mythology)

Nergal
(Babylonian) god of underworld. A second order demon.
Nergal
Second order demon, commands the secret police
Nickar

Nicor
Water demon known for drowning humans; can cause hurricanes, tempests and the
like

Nihasa
(American Indian) devil.

Nija
(Polish) god of underworld

Nina
(Babylonian) Serpent Goddess.

Ninurta
(Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology)

Nix
(North-European folklore)

Nybbas
Manager of visions and dreams, inferior order charlatan

Nybras
(Unk) an inferior demon who publicizes the pleasures of hell.

Nysrogh
(Unk) another second order demon - who- is chief of staff in the palace of hell.

Nysrogh :
Second order demon, chief of the house of princes
O

O’Yama
(Japanese) Another name for Satan.

Oni
(Japanese demonology)

Onoskelis
(Greek mythology)

Onoskelis
Oray
(Christian demonology)

Orcus
(see also: Orcs)

Orias
(Unk) Demon of divination. Marquis of hell.

Oriax
Marquis, demon who commands 30 legions; teaches astrology
(Christian demonology)

Ornias
name of the harassing demon (Jewish demonology

Oroan
(Guyana) Demon of the eclipse.

Orobas
(Christian demonology)
Orthon
(Unk) a demon of unknown origin who is said to have ties with possessions in
france and with the Satanic-Masonic cult of Palladinism in 19th century Italy.

Ose
Great President, governs 30 legions(Christian demonolog

Osiris
(Egyptian mythology)

Oulotep
(Jewish mythology)

Paimon
(Christian demonology)

Pan
(Greek) god of lust.

Paymon
(Unk) master of infernal ceremonies a king of hell,
master of ceremonies; governs 200 legions

Pazuzu
(Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology)
Penemue
(Jewish mythology)

Phenex
(Christian demonology)
Picollus

Philatanus
Demon who assists Belial in sodomy and pedophile behaviors
(Unk) a second order demon in service to Belial.

Pithius
(Christian demonology)

Pluto
(Greek) god of underworld.

Popo Bawa
(Zanzibar demonology)
Pretas

Procell
(Christian demonology)

Proserpine
(Greek) queen of underworld.
aka Persephone, princess of hell

Pruflas
head of 26 legions, has the head of an owl;
provokes wars and quarrels (Christian demonology)
Purson
(Christian demonology)

Pwcca
(Welsh) Pooka in Celtic Mythos derived from this name for Satan.

Pyro
(Unk) A demon prince of falsehood.
: Prince of falsehoods and lies

Pytho
(Unk) a demon of lies. A serpent demon.

Q
R

Raging
Demon (Christian demonology)

Rahab
(Jewish folklore)

Rahovart
(European folklore)

Rahu
(Hindu) devil.

Raiju
(Japanese mythology)
Rakshasa
(India) demon whose appearance in the least, horrifying.
(Hindu mythology)

Rangda
(Hindu mythology)

Raum
(Unk) a count of hell. Count or Great Earle, commands 30 legions;
seen as a crow (Christian demonology)
Ribesal

Razakel
(European folklore)

Rimmon
aka Damas, an ambassador from hell (Syrian) devil.

Ronove
of hell, commanding 19 legions, teaches languages (Christian demonology

Ronwe
(Unk) the demon of knowledge. In some accounts - a lesser demon.
Inferior demon, commands 19 legions

Rumjal
(Jewish demonology)

Rusalka
(Slavic mythology)
S

Sabazios
(Phrygian) the snake. Serpent worship.

Sabnock
(Christian demonology)

Sallos
(Christian demonology)
Samigina

Samael
(Unk) it is thought this angel of death was the demon who tempted Eve.

Samael
demon angel of death, prince of the power of the air
(Jewish demonology)

Samnu
(Asian) devil.

Sargatanas
brigadier of hell.

Satan
(Jewish demonology, Christian demonology)
Shaitan (Satan/Hebrew Shaitan/Arabic) The Adversary. Lord of fire. Fire

Satanachia
(Hebrew/Greek) devil. Same as Satan. (Christian demonology)

Scox
(Christian demonology)
Sedit
(American Indian) devil.

Seere
(Christian demonology)
Seraphim

Sekhmet
(Egyptian) goddess of vengence.

Semiazas
(Unk) said to be the chief of all fallen angels.

Semyazza
(Jewish demonology)

Sephiroth
(Legendary demonology)

Sesiyrus
(Half soul)

Set
(Egyptian mythology during the Second Intermediate Period) devil.

Setosith
(Rebel demon)

Shabriri
(Jewish Myth) a demon who strikes people blind.

Shaitan
(Islamic demonology)

Shalbriri
Demon of blindness
Shanda
(Christian demonology)

Shax
Duke of hell, commanding 30 legions, deceitful thief;
appears as a stork (Christian demonology)

Shedim
(Jewish folklore)

Shezmu
(Egyptian mythology)

Shiva
(Hindu) the destroyer.

Sidragasum
(Christian demonology)

Sitri
(Christian demonology)

Sonneillon
Demon of hatred

Sonnilion
Sonnillon - (Armenian) goddess of hate.

Sparda
(Legendary demon)

Stheno
(Greek mythology)
Stolas
High prince of hell, commanding 26 legions; teacher of astronomy
and plant properties (Christian demonology)

Succorbenoth
(Unk) demon of jealousy and said to protect gates and bridgeways.
Chief eunuch, sexless, demon of gates

Succubus
(Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology, Jewish folklore, Christian

Succumbus
Succubus - female demon of seduction. Said to seduce males while sleeping.

Supay
(Inca) god of underworld.

Surgat
(Christian demonology)

T’an-mo
(Chinese) devil of desire.

Tannin
(Jewish demonology)

Tartaruchi
(Apocryphal Christian demonology)
Tchort
(Russion) The Black God. Another name for Satan.

Teeraal
(Babylonian mythology)

Telal
(Sumerian demonology)

Temeluchus
(Apocryphal Christian demonology)

Tengu
(Japanese Mythology)

Tezcatlipoca
(Aztec) god of Hell.

Tezrian
(Armenian) goddess of war

Thammuz
(Christian demonology)

Thamuz
(Sumerian) devil. An ambassador of hell. Said to have started
the inquisition
Ambassador of hell, demon master of big weapons

Thoth
(Egyptian) god of magick.
Thren
(Nordic demonology)
Tlaltecuhtli
Torngarsuk

Troian
(Russian) night demon.

Tunrida
(Scandanavian) devil.

Typhon
(Greek) Another name for Satan.

Tzitzimime
(Aztec mythology)

Tzitzimime

Ukobach
Inferior demon who maintains the fires of hell; appears ablaze

Ukobach
or Urobach - (Unk) a fire demon.
Unsere
(Unk) goddess of sorcery and fertility.

Uphir
(Unk) the head demon physician in the palace of hell.

Uphir
Demon physicia

Uvall
Duke, commanding 36 legions, knows the past, present and future; strong and scary

Vacca
(demonolatry)

Valafar
Strong Duke, commands 10 legions, appears in the shape of a lion

Valafar
(unk) another grand duke of hell.(Christian demonology)

Valefor
Vampires
(German)

Vapula
Christian demonology)
Vassago
(Christian demonology)
Vassago
Vepar

Veltis
(Babylonian) Evil spirit who assaulted St. Margaret.

Vepar
Grand Duke, strong; guide of waters, like a mermaid (Christian demonology)

Verdelet
(Unk) Master of ceremonies of infernal court. Demon of the second order.

Verdelet
Master of ceremonies

Verin
(Unk) the demon of impatience.

Verrine
(Christian demonology)

Vetis
(Unk) the temptor of the holy.

Vetis
Demon of corruption

Vine
(demon) (Christian demonology)
Volac
(Christian demonology)

Vrykolakas
Vucub Caquix

Wendigo ( Native American Mythology)

Xaphan
(Unk) another fire demon. Keeper of the furnaces of hell.
Second order demon, former fallen angel, fans the furnace flames

Xitragupten
(Christian demonology)
Y

Yan-gant-y-tan
Yara-ma-yha-who
Yaotzin
(Aztec) god of Hell.

Yen-lo-Wang
(Chinese) ruler of Hell.

Yeqon
(Jewish demonology)

Yeter'el
(Christian demonology)

Yokai
(Japanese folklore)

Yuki-Onna
(Japanese folklore)
Z

Zabulon
(Unk) Demon who possessed one of the nuns at Loudun.

Zaebos
(Sumerian) Grand Count of hell said to have gentile disposition.

Zagam
(Unk) Grand king and president of infernal regions.
Said to change thin Zagam its opposite. Demon of counterfeit.

Zagan
Demon King, deceitful, commands 33 legions (Christian demonology)

Zapan
(Unk) One of the kings of hell according to Wierius.

Zeernebooch
(German) monarch of the empire of the dead.

Zepar
(Unk) Grand duke of hell - god of war. Also Vepar and Separ. Grand Duke,
appears as a soldier, commanding 26 legions (Christian demonology)

Ziminar
Christian demonology)

Zin
(West African folklore)

Ziz
(Jewish demonology)

Zmeu
(Romanian folklore)
Djeavulens nammaiid /
The names of the Devil
666
some manuscripts read 616
Accuser
Adversary

Akuma
in Japanese

Angat
Madagascan devil

Angra Mainyu, Ahriman


"malign spirit", "unholy spirit"

Antichrist
adversary of the son of God Christ
Apep
Apostate Supreme

Arawn
Welsh god of the underworld

Azazel, Asael
(Hebrew)- King of Devils

Baal
originally a Cannanite god
Baphomet
supposedly worshipped by the Knights Templar
Beelzebub, Beelsebul (Hebrew)- Master of the flies or Lord of the Flies

Behemoth
Belial, Beliar, Bheliar
(Hebrew)- without master,
despicableness of the earth Blasphemer

Chernobog
Slavic name for the devil, "black god"

Choronzon
Thelemic devil, later identified as Satan

Chutriel
(Hebrew)- Punisher of Hell

Dagon
originally a Philistine sea god

Dajjal
(Islam Son of Mariam)
Dark Angel
Der Leibhaftige (German)-
Demogorgon
Diabolus, Diavolus (Greek)- "downward flowing", also used as adverb diabolic
Dispater
El Diablo Father of Lies and Deceit
Emma hoo
Goodger (Devon)
Great Red Dragon

Hades
(Greek god of the underworld)
His Infernal Majesty

Horned God
syncretic term of male nature gods,
"He Himself"
Iblis- Islamic name of Satan

Leviathan
(Hebrew)- the queue from the depths

Lilith
(Hebrew)- female devil or the devil's female aspect

Loki
Norse god of mischief
Lotan

Lord of the underworld /


Lord of Hell
Lord of This World

Lucifer
Greek and Roman)- bringer of light, illuminator;
often believed to be Satan's name before he fell
Malek Taus
Mammon
Aramaic God of prosperity and profit
Mara
Mephistopheles, Mephisto (Greek)- that, which avoids the light
Morning star
Mortus
Mot
Nergal
Old Scratch- a colloquialism for the devil, as indicated by
The name of the character in the Stephen Vincent
Benét short story, The Devil and Daniel Webster

Old Hob
Old Nick
Orcus
Pan
Greek God of the desire, later converted to the devil
Pazuzu

Pluto
(Roman god of the underworld)
Plutus
Prince of Darkness
Prince of the powers of the air

Pwcca
Celtic name for Satan
Ragnara
Rahu
Satan, Schaitan
(Hebrew)- adversary, prosecutor

Sammael, Samiel,
Sammael
(Hebrew)- “Poison of God”

Samnu
Central Asiatic devil
Sebul

Sedit
Native American devil
Serpent

Set
Egyptian devil

Shaitan
Arab name for Satan, this term is also used in Islamic verses
Sokar

Supay
Inka god of the underworld

Surtr
Seytan
Islamic name of Satan
T´An Mo
Chinese counterpart to the devil, demand

Tchort
Russian name for Satan, “black god”
Tempter

Typhon
Toño
Urian
Voland
(medieval France)

Vritra
(Hinduism)- The main adversary in Vedic religion

Yama (China)
Yam

Loahppa / The End

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