Demonology: Demon Facts

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Species of Demons, as described by Alphonse de Spina in 1467: 

 Correspondence of Demons to the Seven Deadly Sins

Fates

alter destiny

Lucifer

Pride

Poltergeists

cause mischief

Mammon

Avarice

Incubi and Succubi

stimulate lust/perversion

Asmodeus

Lust

Marching Hordes

bring about war

Satan

Anger

Familiars

assist witches

Beelzebub

Gluttony

Nightmares

disturb sleep through bad dreams

Leviathan

Envy

Demons formed from the Human Semen

Belphegor

Vanity and Sloth

Disguised Demons

Demons who Assail the Saintly  

Demons who Instigate Witchcraft

 

 Acham - the demon of Thursday.

Alrinach - demon of shipwrecks.

Alocer - demon in astrology.

Any - the presiding demon of Hell.

Anamalech - the demon of bad news.

Andras - the demon of discord.

Aquiel - the demon of Sunday.

Arachula - evil spirit in the air.

Ardad - demon that leads travelers astray.

Ascaroth - demon of spies and informers.

Astaroth - one of the Chief Devils. Astarte is its female.

Baal - one of the Great Demons.

Bechard - the demon of tempests.

Bechet - the demon of Friday.

Behemoth - the demon of animal strength.

Belial - demon of the Sidonians.

Beelzebub - one of the Princes of Hell. Also given as Beelzeboul.

Braathwaate - demon of Stupidity.

Bucon - the demon of Hatred.

Byleth - one of the Kings of Hell.

Cheitan - demon born of Smoke.

Lagasse - demon of Hypocrisy.

Lanithro - demon of the air.

Mastiphal - one of the Princes of Darkness.

Saalah - demon that entices into the woods.

Tenebrion - Spirit of Darkness.

Verdelet - demon who carries witches to Sabbath.

 
   
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