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Index of Angel names, magical words, and names of God




Copyright 1998 by Joseph H. Peterson. All rights reserved.




A: Arbatel of Magic

Ab: Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage

BP: Gollancz, Book of Protection (London, 1912)

Dz: Douze Anneaux

E: Book of Enoch (Charles tr.)

G: Grand Grimoire

GH: Le Grimoire du Pape Honorius

GV: Grimorium Verum

H: Heptameron, Peter de Abano

J: Liber Juratus (Sworn Book of Honorius)

K: Key of Solomon (ed. Mathers)

K3: Clavicules du Roi Salomon, Livre Troisieme, par Armadel

K4: Clavicules du Roi Salomon, Livre Quatrieme, par Armadel

L: Lemegeton

MTS: Magical Treatise of Solomon, Harley MS. 5596. See Richard Greenfield's Traditions of Belief in Late Byzantine Demonology (Amsterdam: Hakkert, 1988)

NS: Joseph Naveh and Shaul Shaked, Magic Spells and Formulae (Jerusalem, 1993)

OP: H. C. Agrippa: Of Occult Philosophy or Magic

P: Picatrix, ed. Pingree, 1986

T: Johannes Trithemius, De Septem Secundeis, 1508

TS: Testament of Solomon

W: Johann Weyer, Pseudomonarchia Daemonum

Z: Zoroastrianism


a: J 1


à Luciat (Name of God): GH


Aabidandes: Seems to be a mistake for Rabidanadas, introduced in Shah's edition of GV (and subsequently Banner's) (Secret Lore of Magic, p. 81).


aadon (angel of the 2nd month): J 1


aaen (angel of the day of Mercury): J 1


Aalacho (11th hour of the night): L 3


aall (angel of the day of Mercury): J 1


Aamon (demon): G; L1, Weyer (variant: Amon)


Aariel (aerial spirit): L2


Aarom (angel of the 2nd month): J 1


Aaron (angel of the day of Saturn): J 1


Ab, Ben, Ve-Ruach, Ha-Qadesch, i.e. the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit: K


Ab (Divine name associated with Saturn): OP2.22; K


Aba (Angel, minister of Sarabotes): H


Abab (Divine name associated with Jupiter): OP2.22


Ababaloy (One of the magic words recited over the magic pen): GV


Abac: K


Abaddon: K


Abadir: Ab


Abael (aerial spirit): L2; NS 201, 202


Abagiron: Ab


Abahin: Ab


Abai (11th hour of day): H


Abai: K


Abalam: L 1


abalay: J 5


Abalidoth (angel, minister of Sarabotes): H; K4


Aban (=Anahita, Aredui Sura Anahita): Angel presiding over Water: Z


Abanay: J 5


Abao, Abaot: NS 66


Abargurna: NS 168


Abariel: K; (aerial spirit): L2


Abasdarhon (angel of the 5th hour of the night): L 3


Abba: J 2


Abbadaia (name of God): J 1


Abbadia: J 5


Abbaton: K


Abbdya: J 5


Abdizu: P iv ix 40


Abdizuel: J 5


Abdon (name of God): J 1, 5; K


Abdou: J 5


Abdyel (angel of the 1st month): J 1


Abednego: K; L 1


Abedumabal: GV


Abelais: K


Abelech: K


Abelul ([Hebrew] name of 4th month): J 1


Abeor: H; L 1, 2


Abercaysdon (angel of 7th month): J 1


Aberer: L 1, 2


Abezithibod: TS


Abhadir: Ab


Abiel: G; (angel of the zodiac) L 3; NS 202


Abigar (demon): G


Abim: H


Abir: NS 217


Abiram: L 1


Abisi: Ab


Abla (One of the magic words to deflect weapons): GH


Ablati: GV


Ablayeyll (angel of the day of Venus): J 1


Ableymez: P iii ix 5


Abliemel: P iv ix 55


ABLTh (Heb. "the glorious name" of God): NS A17:23


Aboc (aerial spirit): L2


Aboezra: GV


Abrac: H; (angel of the 5th month): J 1; L 1, L 2


Abracadabra: K


Abrach: K


Abrachasyn (angel of the day of the Moon): J 1


Abracio (name of God): J 1, 5




Abragini (name of the Sun in Autumn): H; J 5






Abramacyn (angel of the day of the Moon): J 1


Abranoryn: J 1


Abrasaxia: NS 203


Abrasiel (Lesser angel of the 7th hour of the day): L 3


Abraxas: NS 76, 198, 211, 222


Abraye: H


Abraym (Name of the Sun in Spring): H; J 5


ABRHIMA: magical word used in 'Binding the fever': BP 17c


Abriel (Aerial spirit): L2; NS 236


Abrimael [A: Abrinael]: J 5


abrinael: J 5


Abrine: P iv ix 52


Abrulges (Aerial spirit): L2


Abruna Abarguna: NS 168


abrutim: P iv ii 4


abry (angel of the 7th month): J 1


abrys (angel of the 3rd month): J 1


abrysaf (angel of the 11th month): J 1


absamon (angel of the 2nd month): J 1


Absax: NS 221


abuifor (angel of the 3rd month): J 1


Abuiori (angel of the second heaven): H


Abumalith (angel, minister of Maymon): H


Abusis: Ab


Abutes: Ab


Abuzaha (angel, minister of Arcan): H


abytan: J 1


abytasy: J 1


Acarfa: P i iv 13


acatyery: P i v 27


Acderuz: P iii x 14


Achad: K


Achadan: H


Achael: L 3


achaiah [A: Akaiah] : J 5


Achalich: P iv ix 43


Acham: Demon: GH


Achaniel: Ab


Achaya: P iv ix 34


Acheliah: K


AChIAL (Ahi'el Heb. angel): NS A18:4


Achides: K


Achiel: L 3


Achier: K4


Achim: H


Achol (aerial spirit): L2




Acim (angel): H


Acimoy (angel): H


Acithael: J 5


ACLA (typo for AGLA? q.v.) Name on pentacle: GH


Acorib: GH


Acreba (aerial spirit): L2


Acriuz: P iii x 14


Actarie: P iv vi 13


Acteras (aerial spirit): L2


Acuar: Ab


acya: J 1


acyor: J 1


Aczabi: P iv vii 23


Adan (aerial spirit): L2


adar: J 1; see also Atar


Adares: TS


Adibaga: GH


Adiel (angel of the zodiac): L 3


Adirael: Ab


Adisak: Ab


adiutor: J 5


Admenita: P iii vii 30


admyel: J 1, 5


Admyhel: J 1, 4, 5


Adnachiel: Angel ruling over Sagittarius (OP2.14).


`Adnael: NS 186


Adnar'el: E




ADNI, Adonaï: K


Adon: Ab


Adonaêl: TS


Adônaêl: TS


Adonaêth: TS












Adonai: see Adonay


Adonay, Adonai: BP; G; GH; GV; H; J 1, 2, 3, 4; K; L 1, 2, 3, 4; NS 155, 173, 200; OP2.13


Adoniel: J 1; K; (angel of 12th hour of the night): L 3


Ador: GV; K3




Adramelech: K


Adrapan (angel of the 9th hour of the night): L 3


Adricanorom: GV


Adrieb: P iv ix 45


adriel: J 5


Adroziel (angel of the 4th hour of the night): L 3


adryyaac: J 1


aduachiel, advachiel: J 5


Adulex: P iv ix 61


adyanienyn: J 1


adyell: J 1


Adyeruz: P iii x 9


adyysar: J 1


adziryell: J 1




Ægalmiel: K


Aegyn, Egin, or Egyn: King of the South according to An Excellent Booke of the Arte of Magicke (Ad. 36674, fol. 47v) (Alternately called Ariton in Ab.)


ael: J 1


aesal: J 1


Æternus: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


aezonyn: J 1


Afarkha'el (Heb. APRKAL angel): NS A18:4


Afarorp: Ab


affaryell: J 1


affaterim (name of the Moon in Winter): H; J 5


affetihe: P i v 27


Affihuz: P iii x 12


Affimuz: P iii x 14


Affludita: P iii vii 30


affrye: J 1


Afloton: Ab


Afolop: Ab


Afray: Ab


Afrayuz: P iii ix 12


Afriduz: P iii ix 12


Agab: Ab


Agafali: Ab


agal: J 2, 3


Agalierap: GV


Agalierept: GV




Agapiel (aerial spirit): L2


Agares (demon): G; L 1


Agari: K4


Agasaly: Ab


Agason: GV


Agateraptor: One of the chief demons under Belzebut in Clavicules du Roi Salomon, Livre Troisieme, par Armadel


Agchoniôn: TS


Agebol: Ab


Agei: Ab


Agenos: J 2


agessomagy [s: agessomay]: J 2


Agiathon: Angel in K4


Agibol: Ab


Agiel: Intelligence of Saturn (OP2.22); K; K4.


Agilas: Ab


Aginafez: P iii ix 14


Agion (typo for Aglon?): G


Agios: J 3; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Agiqat: NS 211


AGLA (acronym/name of God) based on "Attah Gibbor Le'olam Adonai," -- "the first four words of the second benediction of Shemoneh 'Esreh" See Jewish Encyclopedia and OP3.11: : Dz; G; GH; GV; H; J 1, 3, 5; K; L 1, 2, 3, 4


Aglaasis: GV


AGLACH: Name on pentacle: GH


Aglafos: Ab


Aglafys: Ab


Aglai [s2: Agla]: J 5; K


Aglanabrath: G


Aglanos: Magic word: GH


Aglas (aerial spirit): L2; magic word: GH








Agle: G


Aglo (10th hour of night): H


Aglon: G; K4


Agloros: J 2, 3


Agnus: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Agnvs: J 5 (see Agnus)


agnyel: J 1


Agor (aerial spirit): L2


Agra (aerial spirit): L2


Agragon: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


agrasnydyn: J 1


Agrax: Ab


Agripus: NS 150


agrirazcor [s: agrnazcor]: J 2


agusita (Name of the Moon in Spring): H; J 5


agyos: J 5


Aha: Divine name associated with Venus (OP2.22)


Ahabhon: Ab


Ahadyz: P iii ix 14


Ahariz: P iii x 10


Aharyulez: P iii x 10


Ahatyz: P iii vii 21


Ahayuaraz: P iii x 10


Ahbiel: NS 231


Aherom: Ab


Ahiel: NS 58


AHIH, Eheieh: K


Ahudememora: P iv vi 13


Ahurani: Female angels (Yazads) presiding over water: Z


ahyell: J 1


Aia: H


Aiel (angel associated with sign of Aries): H; L 3


aiguap: J 1


Aim: L 1






Airyaman: Angel (Yazad) presiding over friendship and healing: Z, but Indo-Iranian in origin


AISThRA (angel or spirit): NS 22


Aja: Divine name: GH


Ajel (angel of zodiac): L 3


Akae: E


Akael ('Akaêl): Angel (or demon) of 20th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Akahim: Ab


Akanef: Ab


Akatriel: NS 168, 213


Akefeli: Ab


Akesoli: Ab


Akhliton ('Akhlitôn): Angel (or demon) of 16th hour of Tuesday: MTS


Akhshti: Angel (Yazad) personifying peace: Z


Akium: Ab


Akorok: Ab


Akoros: Ab


Akton: TS


AL, El: K


al: J 1


alacaorynyll: J 1


Alachuc (angel of 11th hour of night): L 3


Aladia: H


Aladiah: J 5


Alafy: Ab


Alagas: Ab


Alahue: P i iv 14; iv ix 41


Alan: Ab


Alaphar: L 3


Alath: TS






Albelda: P iv ix 49


Albhadur (aerial spirit): L2


Albimex: P iv ix 62


Albotain: P i iv 3


Albotayn: P iv ix 30


albune: P i v 27


albuth: J 5


albylyn: J 1


Alcab: P iv ix 46


Alcalb: P i iv 19


Alcanor: Ab


Alchamar: P iv vii 23




Alcilo: K4




Aldebaran: P i iv 5; ii xii 45; iv ix 32


Aldirah: P i iv 8


Aldire: P iv ix 35


Aldrusy (aerial spirit): L2


Aleasi (aerial spirit): L2


ALEPH and the TAU: K


ALEPH, BETH, BETH, NUN, VAU, RESH, VAU, CHETH, HE, QOPH, DALETH, SHIN, the sacred name of twelve letters of which each letter is the name of an angel: K




Aleph, Mem, Shin: K


Aleph: K


alesemony [s: alesemonoy]: J 2


alethon: J 5


Alfareon: J 5


Alfarg posterior: P iv ix 55


Alfarg primus: P iv ix 54


Alferiel (aerial spirit): L2


Alfrael: L 3


alfyton: J 1


alg: J 1


Alga: Divine name: GH (probably a typo for AGLA, q.v.)


Algadenas: Magic word: GH


Algafra: P i iv 16; iv ix 43


Algamidirus: P ii xii 45


Algarf almuehar: P i iv 28


Algebha: P i iv 11; iv xi 38


ALH, Eloah: K


ALHI IShRAL (The God of Israel, common in Hekhalot texts): NS, A1:23; A7:14


ALHIM ChIIM(Heb. "the living God"): NS A17:9


alheniel: J 5


Alhueriz: P iii x 10


alibin: J 5


Alichil: P i iv 18; iv ix 45


Aliel (aerial spirit): L2


Alimiel: L 4


alimos: J 5


Aliscot: G


Aliseon: GV


ALIVN, Elion: GH; K


alkin: J 5




Alla: G


Allatori (class of spirits): K


allay: J 5


Allazoôl: TS


Alleborith: TS


Alli: G


Alloces: L 1


Alluph: Ab


Alma: K4


Almadiel (aerial spirit): L2


Almahi: K4


Almariziel: L 3


Almas: L 3


Almasor (aerial spirit): L2


Almay: J 5


almeos: J 5


Almesiel (aerial spirit): L2


Almices: P i iv 6


Almiquedam: P i iv 27


ALMIRAS, Master of Invisibility: K


Almizen: P iv ix 33


Almodar (aerial spirit): L2; L3


Almoel (aerial spirit): L2


Almonoyz: L 3


Almouzin (name of God): G


almur: J 1


almyon: J 1


alnamya: J 1


Alnath: P i iv 2;iv ix 29


Alnaym: H; P iv ix 48


alneyryn: J 1


Alogil: Ab


Aloson: Ab


Alpas: Ab


Alpha et Omega: G; GH; H; J 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; K; L 2, TS




alphanay: J 5


Alphaneos: J 5


Alphariza: L 4


alphay: J 5


alpheyeyll: J 1


Alphrois: GV


alrasachysyn: J 1


alsemaya [s: alsemaia]: J 2


alseyryn: J 1


alson: J 1


Alstha (vel Elsta) [s: Alscha]: J 4


Altanor: Ab


Altarib (head of the sign of Winter): H; J 5


Althor (aerial spirit): L2


Altidon ('Altidôn): Angel (or demon) of 11th hour of Friday: MTS


altym: J 1


Aluiel: GV


alycas: J 1


alyel: J 1


alyeyll: J 1


alymdrictels: GV


alymyon: J 2


alysaf: J 1


alzamoy: J 2


alzeyeyll: J 1


am: J 1


amabael (an angel of Winter): H; J 5


amabiel: H; J 5


Amabyhel: J 5


Amacor: H; L 1


amaday, Amadai (The name of the earth in the Spring): H; J 5


amadyell: J 1


Amael: J 1


Amaimon, Amaymon: GH; L 1; Ab; King of the West.


Amalekites or Aggressors;: K


Amalin: Ab


Amalym: L 3


Amamil: Ab


aman: Ab; J 1


Amanamanus: NS 199


Amandiel (aerial spirit): L2


Amaniel: Ab


amarya: J 1


Amaryel: J 1


Amasiel (aerial spirit): L2


amasya: J 1


Amathei: K4


Amathia: L 2


Amatia: Ab


Amatiel (an angel of the Spring): H; J 5




Amay: G


amayl: J 1


Amaymon: see Amaimon


Amayn: J 5


Amazin: G


Ambael: NS 201


ambanyel: J 1


ambayeyryn: J 1


ambiel: J 5


Ambriel: Angel ruling over Gemini (OP2.14).


Amillis: Ab


Ambolin: Ab


Ambolon: Ab


Ambri (aerial spirit): L2


Ambriel: J 5; L 3


Amchison: Ab


amdalysyn: J 1


Amduscias: L 1




Ameclo: GV


Amediel (aerial spirit): L2


Ameleouth: TS


Amelson: L 3


Amenadiel: L 2


Ameniel: L 3


Amerany: L 3


Ameta (aerial spirit): L2


Amicram: L 2


Amides: H; K; L 1


`Ami'el (Heb. OMIAL, angel): NS A18:5


`Amiel: NS 162, 211


Amiel (aerial spirit): L2 (2)


Amikh ('Amikh): Angel (or demon) of 10th hour of Friday: MTS


Amioram: L 1, 3


Amiorem: L 1


Amiorent: L 1


Amir ('Amír): Angel (or demon) of 6th hour of Thursday: MTS


Amirez: P iii ix 6


Amisiel: L 3


Amisor: GV


amixiel: J 5


Ammiel: L 3


amnanyneylyn: J 1


amnediel: J 5


amnica: J 2


amnixiel: J 5


Amolom: Ab


Amon: L 1


Amonazy: L 3




Amorule: H


Amoyr (aerial spirit): L2


ampheneton: J 5


Amphinethon: J 1


Ampholion: Ab


amrael: J 1


Amriel (aerial spirit): L2; L3


Amul: Divine name: GH


amutiel: J 5


Amy: L 1


amya: J 1


amyel: J 1


an: H; J 1, 5


ana: J 5


Anaath: TS


anab: J 5




Anabotas: GV


Anabotos: GV


anabrochz: J 5


Anachiel: K


Anachiet: K4


Anader: Ab


Anadir: Ab


Anael: GV; L; L2(aerial spirit); J 1, 5; K4; L 3; P iv vii 23; T 'Anaél: Angel of Friday/Venus: MTS, H


`Anael: NS 213, 236


anaenym: J 1


Anaghra Raocha (see Anagran)


Anagnostos: Ab


Anagotos: Ab


Anagran (Av. Anaghra Raocha): Angel (Yazad) of 'Endless Light': Z






Anakim or Anarchists: K


Anamalon: Ab


Ananel: E


Anania: One of the magic words used in a spell to extinguish fire: GH


Anaphaxeton: K


Anapheneton: K


Anapheta: K4


Anaphexeton (name of God): H; L 1




Anapion: L 3


Anarachia: K4


Anasbona (typo for Anabonas? qv): Name on pentacle: GH


anasen: J 5


Anassia: One of the magic words used in a spell to extinguish fire: GH


Anathay: H


Anathi: G


Anatreth: TS


anay: J 5


anaya: J 1


Anayl (angel of first heaven): H


Anazachia: K


Anbetayl: P lv ii 23


ancilla: J 2


Ancor: H; K; L 1


Ancora: P iv vi 13


Andararuz: P iii x 11


Andas (minister of Varcan, angel of Sunday): H


andas: J 1


andebal: J 5


Andrachos: Ab


Andras: L 1


Andrealphus: L 1


andri: J 5


Androcos: Ab


Andromalius: L 1


Andros (aerial spirit): L2


Andruchiel (aerial spirit): L2


Andulez: P iii ix 14; x 9


Anehutyora: P iv vi 13


anenyel: J 1


Anepheneton: J 1, 5


Anephexeton (=Anaphexeton): H; L 2


Aneran: see Anagran


Anereton: GV


Anethi: J 1, 5


aneylyn: J 1


aneynyn: J 1


Angaras: P iv ix 62


angellus: J 5


angiseil: J 5


Angrecton: GV




Anic: H


`Aniel: NS 155, 160, 202


Aniel: H; J 5; K; L2 (aerial spirit); L3


animiter: J 1


Animurez: P iii x 9


Aniphinethon: J 5


Anitor: H; K; L 1


Annael: alternate spelling of archangel Anael found in Dee's Mysteriorum Libri


Annathra: P i iv 9; iv ix 36


Annauel: J 5


Annediex: P iv ix 36


Annucel: P iv ix 47


Annuncia: P iv ix 31


Anostêr: TS


Anoyr (aerial spirit): L2


Ansoel (aerial spirit): L2


Anston: GV


Ansuil: L 3


Antheros ('Anthêrós): Angel (or demon) of 14th hour of Friday: MTS


Anthiachar [s: anthiathar]: J 4


antidotum: J 2




antorayeyll: J 1


antquyel: J 1


anunalbeh: J 1


Anuxi: P iv ix 56


Anyhyt: P iii vii 30


Anzil: P iv ii 19


aol: J 1


Aosal: second spirit to be called according to An Excellent Booke of the Arte of Magicke (Ad. 36674, fol. 47v)


Apam Napat, angel (Yazad) of waters: Z, but Indo-Iranian in origin (aka Ahura BErezant, Burz Yazad)


Apelki: Ab




Aphiel: L 3


Apiel (aerial spirit): L2


Apiton: one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b, 25c


Aplex ('Aplêx): Angel (or demon) of 11th hour of Thursday: MTS


Apodokiel ('Apodokiél): Angel of Wednesday/Mercury: MTS


Apofael ('Apofaêl): Angel (or demon) of 17th hour of Monday: MTS


Apolhun: Ab


Apollo: A


Apollyon: Ab


Apologia-Sedes, Apologiae Sedes: H; L 1


Apomios ('Apómios): Angel (or demon) of 17th hour of Saturday: MTS


Apormanos: Ab


Apormenos: Ab


Apot: Ab


Appiniel: L 3


apripos: J 5


Aprix ('Apríx): Angel (or demon) of 16th hour of Friday: MTS


APRKAL (Afarkha'el, Heb. angel): NS A18:4


aprops: J 5


Aqua: G; Magic word: GH




Aquarius: J 1, 5; K; L 3; P i iv 6, 25-27; v 24, 25; ii x 81; xi 33-35; xii 32, 40, 45, 50; iii ii 12; iii 23; vii 16; iv ii 7, 15


Aquiel (angel of the fourth heaven): H; Demon: GH


Aquila: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


araaht [s: haraaht]: J 2




arabyell: J 1


arac: J 1


Arach (aerial spirit): L2


Aracuson: Ab


aradon: J 1


'Araêl: TS


Araex: Ab


Arafos (aerial spirit): L2


Araklba: E


Aralim, Thrones, or the Strong: K


Aranchia: K4


Araniel: L 3


Araps ('Araps): Angel (or demon) of 20th hour of Sunday: MTS


Araqiel: E


Arara: TS




ararygugel: J 1


Arathon: Angel in K4




Aratiel (aerial spirit): L2


araton: J 1; K4


Arator: Ab


Aratosael': TS


Aratron (Olympic spirit of Saturn): A


Arauchiah: K


Arayl (aerial spirit): L2


Araz: P iii vii 27


Arban ('Arbán): Angel (or demon) of 4th hour of Monday: MTS




Arbatel (revealing angel): A


Arbiel (aerial spirit): L2


Arcan (angel of the air ruling on Monday, king): H


archangels: TS




Archiel: L 3


Archima: H; J 5


Archyna: J 1, 5


Arcisat (aerial spirit): L2


Arcon: Ab


Ard: see Ashi Vanghuhi


Ardahuz: P iii ix 13


ardarael (autumn): H; J 5


Ardauz: P iii vii 25; ix 3


Ardens: J 2


ardesiel: J 5


Ardu: TS


Arduel: GH


Arduisur: see see Aban


ardyel: J 1


Arean (aerial spirit): L2


Aredafir: P iv ix 38


Aredvi Sura Anahita: see Aban


Arehanah: K


Arel, Angel of Fire: K


Arepach (aerial spirit): L2






arfanyel: J 1


Arganatos: G


Argax: Ab


Argetan ('Argêtán): Angel (or demon) of 16th hour of Saturday: MTS


Argilon: Ab


Argilon: Ab


Arhuz: P iii ix 15


Ariael, 'Ariaêl ('Ariahl) (demon of Sunday/the Sun): MTS


aricasom: J 1


Aridiel (aerial spirit): L2


Ariel (angel): BP 3c; J 5; K; L 3; Ariel (name of God): G; (one of the four rulers of the Elements): K; �Ariêl, 'Lrihl, (angel of Sunday/the Sun): MTS


Aries: J 1, 5; K; P i iv 2, 3; v 18; ii ii 2; iii 8, 9; x 48; xi 2-5; xii 2, 3, 40, 55; iii ii 1, 2; iii 13; v 3; vi 1; vii 36; ix 12-14, 17; iv ii 2, 6, 8; vi 13; L 3, 4; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Arifiel (aerial spirit): L2


Aril: Ab


Arion: K4


Arios: G


Arioth: Ab


Arito: Ab


Ariton: Ab


Arkidod ('Arkidôd): Angel (or demon) of 24th hour of Monday: MTS


Armadiel: L 2


armael: J 5


Armany (aerial spirit): L2


Armapy: L 3


armaquieyeyll: J 1


Armaros: E


Armasia: Ab


armatas (name of the Moon in Summer): H; J 5


Armen: E


Armena (aerial spirit): L2


Armesiel (aerial spirit): L2


Armez: P iii ix 12


Armiel: J 5; L 3. Also occurs as a ms. variant (L1202) of SEFONIEL in K


Arminez: P iii x 8


Armmyel: L 3


Armon: J 5; L 4


Armoniel (aerial spirit): L2


Armosiel: L 3


Armosy: L 3


Armulez: P x 12


arnaeyll: J 1




Arnebiel: L 3


Arnen (aerial spirit): L2


arneth: J 5


Arnibiel (aerial spirit): L2


Aroan (aerial spirit): L2


arobylyn: J 1


Aroc (aerial spirit): L2


Arogor: Ab


Arois (aerial spirit): L2


Arolen: Ab


arothatamal [s: Arathotamal.]: J 2


Arotor: Ab


Aroziel (aerial spirit): L2


arphel: J 5


ARPHETON: K; Name on pentacle: GH


Arpiron: Ab


Arquil: P iv ii 24


Arquyl: P iii vii 32


Arrabim: Ab


Arrabin: Ab


Arragon (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Arrexe: P iv ix 56


Arrexhe: P i iv 29


arsabon: J 1


arsafael: J 1


Arshtat, female angel (Yazad) personifying rectitude or justice (aka Ashtad): Z


Artaqifa: E


Artino (aerial spirit): L2




Arôtosael: TS


aryeyl: J 1


aryeylyn: J 1


aryhyryel: J 1


arylyn: J 1


arzaf: J 1


Arzuz: P iii ix 5


as: J 1


As, Bas, Gas, ... Tas: NS 211


ASA (Heb. magic name): NS A17:26




Asach: GV




Asael: E


asaf: J 1


Asahel (aerial spirit): L2


Asaliah: J 5


Asamie: H


asaphyn: J 1


Asaraie: H


Asasiel (an angel of Thursday): H


Asassayel: J 5


Asath: GV


Asbeel: E


Asbibiel (aerial spirit): L2


Asboga: Divine name associated with Mercury (OP2.22)


Ascala: GV




Asel: L 3


Aseliel: L 2


Asens ('Asâns): Angel (or demon) of 18th hour of Sunday: MTS


Asfa'el: E






Asher: K


Ashi Vanghuhi, female angel (Yazad) personifying and presiding over blessings (aka Ard, Ashi, Ashishwangh, Arshishwang): Z


AShMAZH (Heb. magic name): NS A17:24


Ashmedai (cp Asmodai): NS 156, 217


Ashtad: see Arshtad


Ashtaroth (demon, =Astaroth, qv): K


Asianon: Ab


Asiel: GH


ASIMA: magical word used in 'Binding the fever': BP 17c


Asimel: L 2


Asimiel (aerial spirit): L2


Asimon: NS 150


Asimor: NS 150


aslaom: J 1


Asmadiel (aerial spirit): L2


Asmaiel (aerial spirit): L2


Asmalior: Magical word on third ring in Douze Anneaux


Asman: angel (Yazad) presiding over the sky: Z


Asmiel: Ab; (aerial spirit): L2; L 3


ASMKH (Heb. magic name): NS A17:26


Asmodai ('Asmodaí, 'Asmodai) First Spirit of the North: MTS; from Avestan Aeshma Daeva ("The demon of wrath"). Found in (Apocryphal) Book of Tobit




Asmoday (demon): L 1


Asmodee: Ab, compare Asmoday, Asmodai, Asmodeus


Asmodel: Angel ruling over Taurus (OP2.14). Also J 5; K4


Asmodeus (demon, cf Asmoday): K; TS


Asmodi: Ab


Asonja: E


Asophiel: GV; K


Asorega: Ab


Asoriel (aerial spirit): L2


Aspar (aerial spirit): L2 (2)


Asperim: Ab


Asphiel (aerial spirit): L2


Asphor (aerial spirit): L2


Aspiel (aerial spirit): L2 (2)


aspyn: J 1


Asriel: NS 161


Assaba (aerial spirit): L2


Assaibi (angel, minister of Maymon): H


Assaiel: L 3




Assarez: P iv ix 32


Assasell or Assasel: Ruler of the dead according to An Excellent Booke of the Arte of Magicke (Ad. 36674, fol. 47v)


assassaiel: J 5


Assaylemaht (vel Assailamath): J 2, 3


asser: J 5




Assuel (aerial spirit): L2




Astael (aerial spirit): L2


Astagna (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Astamatis: P iii x 3


Astarin: GH


Astarot (=Astaroth, demon, grand duke): Ab; G; GH; Magical word on second ring in Douze Anneaux


Astaroth (demon): A; Ab; GH; GV; L 1


Astarte: K


Asteraôth (=Astaroth, qv): TS


Astib (aerial spirit): L2


Astolit: Ab


Astor (aerial spirit): L2


Astrachios: GV


Astrega: Ab


Astrocon: L 3


Astrofiel: L 3


astronday: J 5


Astroniel: L 3


Astroschio: GV


Asturel: Ab


astyeylyn: J 1


asueyryn: J 1


Asuriel (aerial spirit): L2


asymolyn: J 1


asyramon: J 1


Asyriel: L 2


asyzat: J 1


aszrus: J 1


ataliel: J 5


atalsloym: GV


Atar: Angel (yazad) presiding over fire. He is referred to as 'the Son of Ahura Mazda' in the Avesta. (Var: Adar, Atash, Atesh, Adur): Z


Atarf: P i iv 10


Atarfa: P iv ix 37


Atarsiel: NS 236


Ateh: K


Atel (angel of the fourth heaven): H


Aterestin: Divine name: GH


ateriathos: J 4




athanathos [s: "Athanathos"]: J 3, 5


Athanatos: H; K; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Athaya: P i iv 7


athemay (name of the Sun in Summer): H; J 5


Athenatos: L 1


atheniel: J 5


Athesiel (aerial spirit): L2


atheton [s: arethon]: J 2


Athiel: L 3


Athionadabir: J 1, 5


Athir (4th hour of night): H


athithael: J 5


athlas: J 1


Athor: K


Atloton: Ab


Atmefex: P iv ix 61


Atniel (aerial spirit): L2


Atrax: TS


Atriel (aerial spirit): L2


Atrikh ('Atríkh): Angel (or demon) of 18th hour of Friday: MTS


ATTIH (Heb. name of Metatron): NS 49


Aty: H


Aub: K


Audurez: P iii x 9


aula: J 2


Auleyuz: P iii x 8


Aumauliz: P iii x 8


aumeal: J 1


Aunuhiz: P iii x 9


Auphanim, Wheels: K


aurach: J 5


Aurel: TS


Auriel: K


autarylyn: J 1


Autoduo (Aútoduó) Angel (or demon) of 1st hour of Sunday: MTS


Autothith: TS


`Avdiel: NS 173




Axaula: P iv ix 47




Axiôphêth: TS


Axosiel (aerial spirit): L2


Ay: H; J 5


ayhal: J 2


ayhos: J 2


Ayib: K


Ayin: K


aylatricyn: P i v 27


aymsylyn: J 1


ayn: P i v 27


Ayperos (demon): G


Aysaram: J 1


AZA (Heb. magic name): NS A17:24


azac [s: azat]: J 2


Azael: TS


azahat: J 2


azaithon: J 4


Azan ('Azán): Angel (or demon) of 5th hour of Monday: MTS


Azarel: K


Azarfa: P iv ix 40


azariel: J 5


Azazel: E


azday: J 1


Azebene: P iv ix 44


azelechias [s: azelethias]: J 3


Azemo (aerial spirit): L2


Azeruch: P iv ix 44


azeruel: J 5


Azerut: P iv ix 41


Azia: H


Aziel: J 5; L 3; P iv ix 53


Azimech: P i iv 15; iv ix 42


Azimel (aerial spirit): L2


azimor: J 5


Aziziel: angel: BP 3c


Azobra: P i iv 12; iv ix 39


Azoraya: P i iv 4


Azoraye: P iv ix 31




Azouboul ('Azouboúl): Angel (or demon) of 10th hour of Thursday: MTS


Azrael: One of 'the three holy angels' (along with Gabriel and Michael): BP 39, 42


azrayeylyn: J 1


`Azriel: NS 203


Azriel: angel: BP 3c, 25c


azryel: J 1


Azubene: P i iv 17


Azuhafez: P iii ix 4


azyel: J 1


azyger: J 1


Azzoni: K4


ba: J 1


Baaba (aerial spirit): L2


Baajah: L 3


Baal (demon): A; K; TS


Baal, Belphegor, Moloch, Adramelech: K


Baalsori: Ab


Babel (angel of the second heaven): H


Babet (Babét): Demon of Friday/Venus: MTS


Babiel (angel of the third heaven): H


bacapel: J 1


Bacaron: Ab


baceda: J 5


Bachanael (angel of first heaven): H


Bachiel: L2 (aerial spirit); L3


bachramyn: J 1


Bachue [s: bachuc?]: J 4


Baciar (aerial spirit): L2


Baciel (angel of the fourth heaven): H


bacoraye: J 1






Badad: Ab


badeylyn: J 1


Bae: TS


Bael (demon. See also Baal): G; L 1


Baël: K


baell (angel): J 1


Bafamal: Ab


Bagalon: Ab


Bagiel: L 3


Bahal: Ab


Baharam: P iii vii 24; lv ix 60


Bahaze: P iii vii 24


Bahol: GH


bahoraelyn: J 1


Baix: P iv ix 63


Bakiel: L 3


Balabos: Ab


Balachem: Ab


balair: J 2


Balaken: Ab


Balalos: Ab


Balam: L 1


Balay (angel of first heaven): H


Balbuch: Magical word on ninth ring in Douze Anneaux


BALDACHIA (the Seat of): K; L1






Balfori: Ab


balganaychyn: J 1


Balidet (angel, minister of Maymon): H


Baliel: H; L 3


balma: J 2


balna: J 2


Balndier: Divine name: GH


balsamus: J 2


Balsamiach: Magical word on sixth ring in Douze Anneaux


Balsur (aerial spirit): L2


Baltasar (Balrasár): Demon of Friday/Venus: MTS


BALTAZARD, BALTHAZARD: Spirit invoked in construction of hand of glory: GH; GV


Balthial: TS


Balum bar Balum: NS 234




balyel: J 1


Bamulahe: Demon: GH


Bangiel: L 3


baniel: GV


banorsasty: J 1


Bantatis: Divine name: GH


banyelyn: J 1


Baoxas (aerial spirit): L2


baquylaguall: J 1


bar: G; J 1


Baraborat (angel of the second heaven): H




barachiel: G; J 5; Divine name: GH


barachyel: J 1


Barak: Ab


baranyell: J 1


Baraqel: E


Baraqijal: E


Barbatos (demon): G; L 1


Barbiel: Angel ruling over Scorpio (OP2.14); J 5


Barbil (aerial spirit): L2


Barbis (aerial spirit): L2


barbyts: J 1


barcaran: J 1


Barchia: P iv vii 23


Barchiel [A: Barbiel]: J 5; L2 (aerial spirit); L 4 Angel ruling over Pisces (OP2.14).


Barchesiel: K4


Barefchas: Magic word: GH (variant: Bareschas)




Baresches: GV


Barfas (aerial spirit): L2


barfiell: J 1


Barfos (aerial spirit): L2


bargar: J 1


Bargis: P iii vii 19, 21; iv ix 59


Barhaot: P iv vi 13


Barhurez: P iii ix 16


Barhuyex: P iv ix 63


barhyl: J 1


bariaccoca [s: bariactoca]: J 2


bariachacha: J 2


Bariel: K; L2 (aerial spirit); L 3


Bariol: Ab


Bariz: P iii vii 24


barkalyn: J 1




Barmos: L 3


barneyeyl: J 1


Barol (2nd hour of night): H; K


Baros (aerial spirit): L2


Barqiel: NS 237


Barquiel: L 3


Barsafael: TS


barsslylyn: J 1


Barsu (aerial spirit): L2


Bartzachiah: K




Baruch (aerial spirit): L2; J 1, 5


Baruchas: L 2


Baruchiachel: TS


Baruel: Ab


baryel: J 1


barylaguy: J 1


Barzabel: The spirit of Mars (OP2.22)


basiaccor [s: basiactor]: J 2


Basiel (aerial spirit): L2


basihas: J 2


Basilion: L 3


bastaylyn: J 1


Bat: K


Bata: One of the magic words to deflect weapons: GH


Batarel: E


Batarjal: E


Bath-Kol: The voice that called upon Cain, the murderer, 'Where is thy brother, Abel?': BP 18


BATHAT: H; L 1, 2


Bathim (demon): G


Bathin: L 1


Bathinadir: J 5


Batirmiss: Ab


Batternis.9: Ab


Baviel: L 3




bayealadyn: J 1


Bayemon (typo for Paymon, q.v.): King of demons, ruling in the West: GH


Bazat: K4


Bazazeth: TS


bazihos: J 2


Beal: L 1


Bebal: L 1


bec: J 1


becabalaf: J 1


becar: J 1


Bechar: One of the demons in K3 with dominion over foul weather


Bechard: Demon in K3


Bechaud: GV


Bechet: Demon: GH


Bectue: P iv ix 49


BEDALIEL (angel): K


Bedary (aerial spirit): L2


Bedizez: P iii ix 11


Bedrimubal: GV




Beefinez: P iii x 14


Beel: demon in Daniel (aka Bel): H; Beél: Angel of Saturday/Saturn: MTS


beell: J 1


Beelzeboul: TS; Beelzebouêl: Demon of Saturday/Saturn: MTS (manuscript P)


Beelzebub (demon): Ab; K; TS


Béelzébuth (Béelzébut): Domon GH; GV


beerel: J 1


Befranzy: L 3


Begud: Angel in K4


Behartyon: P iv vi 13


behea: J 4


behebos: J 2


Behel: L 3


behelthoi [s: behelthor]: J 2


behem [s: bohem]: J 2


behemiy [s: leheimoy]: J 2


Behemoth: E


behenmyhat [s: behetmiyhat]: J 2


behenos [s: lehenos]: J 2


Beheydraz: P iii x 8


Beheymerez: P iii x 8


Behibilyon: P iv vi 13


beht: J 2


Bel: H; L 1; Magic word: GH




Belbel: TS


beldor: GV


belehothol [s: belohothoi]: J 2


Belem: Demon: GH


Beleth: L 1 (var. of Bileth, Bilt) Demon, subject of Book of Bileth in Maphteah Shelomoh; See also Kieckhefer, Forbidden Rites


belhores: J 2


beliabii: J 5


Belial: Ab; L 1; (Bélial) GH


Belifares: Ab


Belligeron: J 5


Belphegor: K


Belsay (aerial spirit): L2


belymoht [s: helymoht]: J 2


Belzebud (demonl cf. Beelz..): Ab


Belzebut (demon; cf. beelz..): G; K3


Bemerot: Ab




Ben Nephalim: demon associated with asthma or melancholy (Bechoroth, 44b), BP xx


Benase: E




benenonyll: J 1


Benethnays: P iii vii 26


Benez: GV


Bengiel: L 3


BENI ELOHIM, Sons of the Elohim: K


Beni Seraphim: Intelligences of Venus (OP2.22)




Benodiel (aerial spirit): L2


Benoham (aerial spirit): L2


benyh: J 1




Berakhiel: NS 161




beraquiel: J 1


beraquyell or beraquyel: J 1


Beratiel: L 3


Berferiel: J 5


Berhunez: P iii x 12


Beriel: L 3


Berifay or Berisay: H


Berith: L 1


berithz: J 5


Berka'el: E


Beron (1st hour of night): H; K


beron: P iv vii 3




Berukhiel: NS 161


Beruniel: NS 221


beryel: J 1


Beryenuz: P iii x 9


beryon: J 1


Beryudez: P iii x 9


Besam'el (Heb. BSMAL, angel): NS A18:5


besapha: J 2


Beschat: magic word in K3


Beshael: L 3


Betasiel (aerial spirit): L2


Beth: K


Betha: J 1, 5


bethan: J 5


bethar: J 2


Bethel almoda: P iv vii 23


bethnael: J 5


Bethniehus: P iv ix 59


Bethor (Olympic spirit of Jupiter): A


bethtaez: J 1


Betiel: L 3


Betzahuech: P iii vi 1


Bevael: L 3


Beydehydiz: P iii vii 25


Beydeluz: P iii ix 4; iv ix 61


Beyduriz: P iii x 12


beyne: P i v 27


Beyteyl: P iii vii 30, 31


bezezay: J 2


BGDNA (Heb. name of angel or spirit): NS 22


Biael: L 3


Bialod: Ab


Bialot: Ab


Bianakith: TS


Bidiel: L 2


Bifrons (demon): L 1


Bilek: Ab


Bilet (angel, minister of Arcan): H


Bileth (demon, var. of Beleth): L 1


Bilico: Ab


Bilifares: Ab


Bilifor.12: Ab


Bilifot: Ab


Bime.: L 1






Biqa: E


Biriel: Ab


Biuz: P iii vii 21


Biz: One of the magic words to counter pleurisie: GH


Bizouk (Bizoúk): Angel (or demon) of 2nd hour of Friday: MTS




Blekun (Blekún): Angel (or demon) of 16th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Blemen (Blemên): Angel (or demon) of 17th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Bleu: One of the magic words to deflect weapons: GH


BLThI (Heb. name of angel or spirit): NS 22


Bobêl: TS


boel: J 1, 5


Böel: K


boell: J 1


Bofar (aerial spirit): L2


bofealyquyn: J 1


Bohel: J 5


boho: J 2


bohorim: P i v 27


Bolfry (demon): L 1


bolon: J 2


bon: J 2


Bonyel (aerial spirit): L2


Borachiel: L 4


Borasy (aerial spirit): L2


borayeyll: J 1


borayn: P i v 27


Bored: K


bornaylon: J 1


Borob: Ab


Borol: Ab


boros [s: horos]: J 2


borzac: J 1


bosephar: J 2


bostyhal [s: bostihal]: J 2


Bothothêl: TS


Botis (demon): G; L 1


Bramiel: L 3


Bramsiel (aerial spirit): L2


Brandiel: L 3


Brasiel: L 3


Brasim: G


Brazo: GV




briamathon [s: brihamathon]: J 2


Brieus: TS


brihamocon: J 2


brofylyn: J 1


Bruach: Ab


Brufiel (aerial spirit): L2




Brumiel: L 3


Brymiel (aerial spirit): L2


Bubana: Ab


Bubanabub: Ab


Bucafas (aerial spirit): L2




Budar (aerial spirit): L2


Budarim (aerial spirit): L2


Budiel (aerial spirit): L2


Buer (demon): G; L 1


Bufanotz: L 3


Bufiel (aerial spirit): L2


Buk: Ab


Buldumêch: TS


bulerator: GV


Bulis (aerial spirit): L2


Bultala: TS


Bultin, bultotum: Magic words for sword: GH


Bumahan: Ab


Bune: L 1


Buniel (aerial spirit): L2


Burasen: Ab


Burchat (angel of the fourth heaven): H


Burfa (aerial spirit): L2


Buriel: L 2


Buriol: Ab


Burisiel (aerial spirit): L2


Buriub: Ab


Buriul.3: Ab


Busasejal: E


Busiel (aerial spirit): L2




Butarab: Ab


Butharuth: Ab


byenyell: J 1


byny: J 1


byrnchata [s: barnothata]: J 2


bysserios: J 5


Caadacohot: P i iv 25


Caadaldeba: P i iv 23


Caadalhacbia: P i iv 26


Caadazod: P iv ix 52


Caaddebolach: P i iv 24


cabake loch: J 1


Cabariel: L 2


Cabarim (aerial spirit): L2


Cabiel (aerial spirit): L2; Cabiel [A: Gabiel]: J 5; L 3


Cabil: P iv ix 33


Cabost: G


Cabot: magic word in K3


Cabron (aerial spirit): L2


cabueyryn: J 1




cabyn: J 1


Cacay: K4


Cacodaemones (class of angels): A


cacyrylyn: J 1


cadanagyn: J 1






Cadomir: GV


Cados: GH; H; K4 (often: Cados Cados Cados)


Cadriel (aerial spirit): L2


Cael: L 3


Cäerra: K


caffrnbryn: J 1


cafiel: J 1


Cahadabula: P iii ix 13


Cahael: L 3


cahegilihos [s: cahegililos]: J 2


cahethel: J 5


Cahil: P iv ii 25


cahuene: P i v 27


Cahyluz: P iii ix 5


caiel: J 5


Caila: GV


Caim.: L 1


Cajael: L 3


Cajaiel: L 3


Cakiel: L 3


Calach: Ab


Calamichan: J 5


Calamosi: Ab


Calbat: H; K4




Calerna (11th hour of night): H


Calevodium: GV


Caliel: J 5


Calim (aerial spirit): L2


calion [s: calyon]: J 2


Calmiron: GV


Calniso: GV


Caluel (angel of the second heaven): H


Calvarnia (aerial spirit): L2


calyrxon: J 1


Calzas (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Camael: Angel ruling the angelic order of Powers in OP2.12; J 5


Camal: Ab


Camalon: Ab


Camar: P iii vii 33


Camarion: Ab


Camarom: L 3


Camary: L 3


Cambriel (aerial spirit): L2; L 3


Came: Ab


Cameron: GV


Cameso: GV




Camiel (aerial spirit): L2; L 3


Camonix: Ab


Camor (aerial spirit): L2


Camory (aerial spirit): L2


Camosiel: L 3




Camyel (aerial spirit): L2


cananyn: J 1


canast phasis [s: canastphasis]: J 2


canazay: J 2


canazpharis: J 2


Cancer: J 1, 5; K; L 3; P i iv 9, 11; v 5, 16, 34; ii iii 9; x 87; xi 12-14; xii 11, 42, 55; iii ii 5; iii 16; ix 15, 17; iv ii 5, 10, 12, 16; TS


candones: J 2


canel: J 1




Caniel (aerial spirit): L2


Canis: P ii ii 1


canofylyn: J 1


canona: J 5


Cantine: H


canueyl: J 1


Caolos: K4


Capabili (angel of the fourth heaven): H


capeyell: J 1


caphael: J 5


caphamal [s: caphanial]: J 2


caphanal [s has caphanal corrected to caphaval]: J 2


caphar: J 2


caphiziel: J 5


Caphriel (angel): H


Capricorn: J 1, 5; K; L 3; P i iv 23-25; ii iii 8; ix 6, 7; xi 30-32; xii 29, 43, 49; iii ii 11; iii 22; vii 16; ix 11, 16; xi 131; iv ii 12


Capriel (aerial spirit): L2


capsa: J 2


Captiel: L 4; P iv vii 23


Caput: P i ii 5; v 1, 8, 9, 30, 34; ii iii 6; iii i 10


Capziel: J 1


Caracasa: J 5


Carah: Ab


caram: J 1


Carasch: Ab


Carasiba (aerial spirit): L2


Caratasa (an angel of the Spring): H


caratheos: J 2


carathos [s: caratheos]: J 2


Carba (aerial spirit): L2


carbyel: J 1


carcyell: J 1


Cardiel (aerial spirit): L2; L 3




Carelena: Ab


Caremaz: L 3


carfzoneyll: J 1


Carga (aerial spirit): L2


cariactera: J 2


Cariel (aerial spirit): L2


caristomon [s: caristomnon]: J 2


Carman: L 3


Carmax (angel, minister of Samax): H


carmelos: J 2


carmelychos [s: carmelithos]: J 2


Carmiel (aerial spirit): L2


carmolehos: J 2


Carnaduyz: P iii vii 21


carnby: J 1


Carnel, Carnol (aerial spirit): L2


Carnesiel: L 2


Carniel (aerial spirit): L2


Carnodiel (aerial spirit): L2


Caro: Magic word: GH


Caroler: K4


Caromos: Ab


Caron: Ab; (aerial spirit): L2


Carpiel (aerial spirit): L2


Carsiel (aerial spirit): L2


Cartael (aerial spirit): L2


cartemat: J 1


cartyel: J 1


Carueyiz: P iii vii 21


caruphylyn: J 1


carybyfyn: J 1


Casael (aerial spirit): L2


Casbriel (aerial spirit): L2


Cashael: J 5


Cashiel: L 3


Casiel: L2 (aerial spirit); L3




casmaram: J 5


Casmaran (Summer): H


Casmiel: G; GV


Casmiroz: L 3


casmuch: J 1


Casoly: GV


caspa: J 1


Caspiel: L 2


Cassael: K


Cassiel: GH; H; K; L 3


cassylon: J 1


cassziel: J 5


Castiel (an angel of Thursday): H




Casuijah: L 3


Casziel: J 1, 5


cathalihel [s: cathaliel!]: J 2


cathanathel [s: chathanathel]: J 2


cathneylyn: J 1


Catrudiz: P iii x 9


catuhe: P i v 27


Cauda: P i ii 5; v 9, 20; ii iii 8; v 2; iii i 10


Cavayr (aerial spirit): L2


caybeinynyn: J 1


Cayfar: Ab


Cayimuz: P iii x 9


Caynaurez: P iii x 8


caypharim: P iv ii 3


Cayros (aerial spirit): L2


caysaac: J 1


cazaihel [s: tazaihel]: J 2


Cazul (aerial spirit): L2


CColomaithos [s: colomarthos vel colomarnthos].: J 4




Cechiel: L 3




Cediel: L 3




cefafin: J 5


cefanya: J 1


Cegnel: L 3


cehogethos [s: tehogethos]: J 2


cehognos [s: tehognos]: J 2


Cehuz: P iii ix 6


celabryll: J 1


Celan: P iii vii 33


Celez: P iii vii 33


Celiel: L 3


Celuz: P iii ix 17


celydael: J 1


Celyuberon: P iv vi 13


cemaguyll: J 1


Cemluz: P iii ix 15


cemon [s: megnoncemon]: J 2


cenhe: P i v 27


Centus: P iv ix 62


ceradadyn: J 1


Cerim: P iii vii 33


Cerreton: GV


Cesiel: L 3


Cesilcie: K4


cetabyel: J 1


cetenoylyn: J 1


cethal [s: cethalsam]: J 2


Cevorym: L 3


ceyabgos: J 1


Ceylez: P iii ix 12


ceytatynyn: J 1


cezozoy: J 2


ch [R: th]: J 1


Chabel: Magic word: GH


Chabiel: L 3


Chabri (aerial spirit): L2


Chabrion: L 3


Chabriz: L 3


Chades: J 4


Chadiel: L 3


Chadros: L 3


Chael: L 3


chagnoro [s: thagnoro]: J 2


chaharon [s: choharon]: J 2


Chahel: L 3






Chaiel: L 3


Chaigidel, Shells: K


CHAIOTH HA-QADESCH, Holy Living Creatures: K


Chaioth: K


chalchyphay: J 1


Chalib (Chalíb): Demon of Wednesday/Mercury: MTS


chalos: J 2


Chameray: L 3


Chameron: GV


Chamiel (Chamiol) [sl2731:Chomiel] (aerial spirit): L 2; L3


Chamoriel (aerial spirit): L2


Chamos (aerial spirit): L2


chamyquiol [s: thamyqiol]: J 2


Chanaei (aerial spirit): L2


chanakiah [A: Kavakiah]: J 5


chanaym [s: thanaym]: J 2


Chansi (aerial spirit): L2


chanyham [s: thanyh_a_m]: J 2


Charaby: L 3


Charara: TS


Charas (aerial spirit): L2


Chardiel: L 3


Chariel (aerial spirit): L2; angel in K4; (Cariel) (angel of Monday/the Moon): MTS


Charitas: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Charmy: L 3


Charny: L 3


Charobiel (aerial spirit): L2


Charoel (aerial spirit): L2


Charpon: L 3


Charsiel (aerial spirit): H; L2


Charuch: L 3


charusihoa: GV


Chasan, Angel of Air: K


Chaschmalim, or the Brilliant (or Lucid Ones): K




Chasiel: L 3


Chasor (aerial spirit): L2


chauakiah: J 5


Chaunta: One of the demons in K3 with dominion over riches




Chaya: Ab


Chazael: L 3


Chaziel: L 3


Chechiel: L 3


Chedonia: K4


cheduryel: J 1


Chedusitaniel (angel of the third heaven): H


cheibib [s: guygucheibib]: J 4


chelahel: J 2


Chelath: magic word in K3


chemon: J 4


Chemosh (demon): A


chenathon: J 2


Chengiel: L 3


Chenibranbo: GV


Cherasiel: L 3


Chermel: L 3


Chermiel (angel of the third heaven): H


cherobalym: J 2




Cherub of the Ark: K


Cherub: J 5; K


Cherubim: E, GV; K; TS


cherubin [s: cherubyn]: H; J 1, 2


cheryon: J 1


Cheth: K


Chetiel: L 3


Chetivel: L 3


chetonay [s: theconay]: J 2


chetorab: J 2




Chiamoch: K4


chiathar [s: thiathar]: J 2


chiel [s: thiel]: J 2


chihamon [s: chihamõ] (vel chilamon): J 2


chirmuts: magic word in K3


chiros: J 5


chirotecas [s: chirothechas]: J 1


Chisti (or Chista): Female angel (yazad) personifying religious wisdom. Her name probably means 'Instruction'. Also known as Razishta Chista ('Most Upright Chista')Z


chnblaman [s: chublalaman or chn..?]: J 2






Chokmahiel: K


chomochomacanay [s: chomo chomothanay]: J 2


Chora: L 1


Choreb: L 3


choremal: J 2


Choriel: L 3


choro: J 2


choto [s: chotorim]: J 2


Chrasiel: L 3


Chremas: L 3


Chremoas (aerial spirit): L2


christ: J 1, 5


Chroel: L 3


Chrubas (aerial spirit): L2


Chrusiel: L 3


Chrymas: L 3


Chthouniel, Chthouniêl (Cqounihl) (demon of Sunday/the Sun): MTS


Chuba (aerial spirit): L2


Churibal (aerial spirit): L2


Chuschi: Ab


Chushel: L 3


Ciajah: L 3


ciarhuht [s: tiarihuht]: J 4


Cid, ms. variant of SID, the great demon (Cid, le grand Démon de votre Maitre) K1


Cimeies: L 1


cinamomum: J 2


cirael: J 5


Cirecas (aerial spirit): L2


cirhos: J 1, 5


Citgara (aerial spirit): L2


ciuitas: J 2


Clamor (aerial spirit): L2


Claniel (aerial spirit): L2


clarapalos: J 2


Clauneck: GV


clementissime: J 5


Clemialh: GV


Cleraca: Ab


Clisthert: GV




Clyssan (aerial spirit): L2


Cobel: Ab


Cobusiel (aerial spirit): L2


cocab: See Cochab


Cochab: Hebrew for the planet Mercury. See OP2.13, J 1.


Cociz: P iii ix 16


Codriel (aerial spirit): L2


Coelen: Ab


Coelis: G


Cohen: Ab


coicragon [s: coictagon]: J 2


Colear: K4


colehon: GV


Coliel (aerial spirit): L2


Collen: magic word in K3


colnaphan: J 2


columba: J 2


Colvam: Ab


Comadiel: L 3




Comial: L 3


Commissoros (an angel of the Spring): H; J 5


Commutaff, commvtaf (name of the Sun in Winter): H; J 5




Coniel (angel of the third heaven): H


consolatio: J 2


coouachoros [s: cumachoros]: J 2




Corabael (angel of first heaven): H


Corat (angel of the third heaven): H


Corcaron: Ab


Corcavion: Ab


Core (an angel of the Spring): H; J 5


Corez: P iii ix 1


Coreziel: L 3


Coridal: One of the magic words used in a spell to prevent eating: GH


Corilon: Ab


corithico: J 2


Corocon: Ab


Corodon: Ab


corosay: J 5


corphandonos: J 2


corquenal: J 2


Correncymon (vel Correrimon) [s, S2: Porcenthimon]: J 4


Corson: L 1


cossuro: J 1


costyryn: J 1


cozomerag: J 3


crastozios [s: custrosihos]: J 2


crathon [s: c_n_thon]: J 2


craton: J 2


Crea: K4


Creator: K; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


crehamuos [s: "crehamnos"]: J 3


crememon: J 2


cremymyel [s: c_e_mymyhel]: J 2


Creon: GV


Cricacoeur (Cricacœur): GH


crihicos [s: c_i_hicos]: J 2


crimisaiber [s: crymyzaiber]: J 2




crisolsay: GV


cristapholis [s: christopholis]: J 2


cristolepha [s: Christolepha]: J 2


cristos: J 2


crogohen [s: cragohen]: J 2


cromemon: J 2


Cron Octa: K4


crosay: J 2


Crosiel: L 3


Crouay: GH


Cruchan (aerial spirit): L2


Cruhiel (aerial spirit): L2


ctarari (an angel of Winter): H; J 5


Cubi (aerial spirit): L2


Cubiel (aerial spirit): L2


Cuel: TS


Cugiel (aerial spirit): L2


Cukbiel: angel: BP 3c


cullya: J 1


Culmar (aerial spirit): L2


Cultin cultorum: Magic words for sword: GH


Cumariel (aerial spirit): L2


Cumeriel (aerial spirit): L2


cumyryel: J 1


Cuphal (aerial spirit): L2


Cupriel (aerial spirit): L2


Cuprisiel (aerial spirit): L2


Curaniel (angel of first heaven): H


Curasin (aerial spirit): L2


Cureviorbas: GV


Curiel (aerial spirit): L2


Curifas (aerial spirit): L2


Curmas (aerial spirit): L2


Cursas (aerial spirit): L2


Cursiel: L 3


Cuschi: Ab


Cusiel (aerial spirit): L2


Cusriel (aerial spirit): L2


Cusyne (aerial spirit): L2


Cynabal (minister of Varcan, angel of Sunday): H


Cynosbaton: TS


cyophagros [s: cytophagros]: J 2


cyzamanyn: J 1


Daael: L 3


Dabiel: L 2


Dablat: Ab


Dabraylez: P iii x 8


Dabriel (angel of first heaven): H


Dabrinos (aerial spirit): L2




Dachael: L 3


Dachiel: L 3


dadyel: J 1


dadyell: J 1


Daena: Female angel (yazad) presiding over the religion, also, Inner Self or Conscience. (aka Den): Z


daffrypeyl: J 1


dafngel: J 1


Dagiel: H; L3; (aerial spirit): L2


Daglas: Ab


Daglus: Ab


Dagnel: L 3


Dagon (demon): A


Daguler: Ab


Dagulez: Ab




Dahanuz: P iii ix 7


Dahaydanuz: P iii ix 13


Dahiel: L 3


Dahm: Angel (yazad) honored on the fourth day after death: Z


Dahma Afriti (or Dahman Afrin): Angel personifying the power of benediction: Z


Damoish Upamana: Angel (yazad) personifying anathema: Z


Dahyeliz: P iii x 8


daihyr [s: dalihir]: J 2


Dajiel: L 3


Dalé: K


Dalep: Ab


Dalet: Magical word on first ring in Douze Anneaux


Daleth: K








Dalmay: GV


dalqiel: J 5


dalya: J 1


dalyell: J 1




Damael (angel of the fifth heaven): H


damahiah [A: Damabiah]: J 5


Damar: L 3


Damarsiel (aerial spirit): L2


Damasiel: L 3


Dameriel: L 3


Damery: L 3


Damiel: K; L 3




Damyel: L 3


Dan: E


Danael: J1; L2 (aerial spirit)


Danahish: NS 127


Danel: E


daner: J 5




Daniel: J5; K; (aerial spirit): L2


Danjal: E


Danochar: GV


danpy: J 1


danroc: J 1


Dansor: L 3


Dant: GH


Dantalion: L 1


danyel: J 1


danyturla: J 1


dapsyon: J 1


Darascon: Ab


Darbori (aerial spirit): L2


Dardariel: L 3


Dardiel (angel of Sunday): H


dardihel: J 5


dardyhel: J 5


Darek: Ab


dargoyeyll: J 1


Darmexim: P iv ix 59


Darochim: Ab


Darokin: Ab


Darosiel: L 3


Darquiel (angel of first heaven): H


Darquiz: P iii vii 21


Daruz: P iii ix 1


daryel: J 1


daryenyn: J 1


Dashiel: L 3


Dasmedias: Divine name: GH


Dathan: L 1


Dathiel: L 3


datquiel: J 5


Datziel: L 3


Dayadebuz: P iii vii 25


Daziel: L 3


Deal Ton: K4


Deamiel (angel of first heaven): H


Debam: Ab


debroz: J 5




decapochen: J 2


decaponde: J 2


Decarabia: L 1


Decariel (aerial spirit): L2


decarpe: J 2


Decaytus: P iii x 13


Deccal: Ab


December: P iv vii 24




defensor: J 5


Degaliel: K


Degayus: P iv ix 64


Degon: One of the magic words used in a spell to prevent eating: GH


degyon: J 1


Deharayuz: P iii ix 3


Dehataryz: P iii ix 5


Dehedeyz: P iii vii 21


Dehedyz: P iii ix 6


dehel: J 2


Deheniz: P iii ix 17


Deherix: P iv ix 36


Deheriz: P iii ix 16


Dehetarix: P iv ix 62


Deheydemiz: P iii vii 25


Deheydex: P iv ix 59


Deheyfez: P iii ix 4


Dehycayz: P iii ix 14


Dehydemes: P iv ix 60


Dehydemez: P iii ix 3, 13


Dehydez: P iii ix 2


Dehymez: P iii ix 4


deihel: J 2


Deilas (aerial spirit): L2


Deinatz: L 3


Deliel: L 4


delmusan: GV


Deloth: J 4


delqua: J 1


delthis: J 2


Demanoz: L 3


Demaor: L 3


Demarae: L 3


Demarot: L 3




Demasor: L 3


Deme: P iii vii 21


Demediel (aerial spirit): L2


Demehuz: P iii ix 2


Demerix: P iv ix 62


Demeuz: P iii ix 12


Demeymes: P iv ix 61


Demoriel: L 2


Den: see Daena


Denaryz: L 3


Denôê: TS


Denediz: P iii ix 17


Deneriz: P iii ix 15


denos: J 3


depymo: J 2


depymon: J 2




Deriuz: P iii ix 1


Derix: P iv ix 59


Deriyenuz: P iii x 12


Deriz: P iii ix 2,6, 16


Dermez: P iii ix 2


Dermiz: P iii vii 19


Derniz: P iii ix 11


dersam: J 1


Deryes: P iii vii 21


Deryx: P iv ix 63




detryeyll: J 1


Deus: J 1, 2, 5; P i pr. 1, 2, 4; i 1; ii 5; iv 33; v 5, 39; vi 1; vii 1, 4; ii v 5; x 20; xii 53, 58, 59; iii vii, 1, 16-21, 23-26, 28-33; viii 4; xii 1, 2; iv i 1, 4, 9; iv 61, 63; vi 13; vii 62; ix 27; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Devachiah (or Devachia): K; K4


devil: L 1; J 1


dewhel [s: dem hel]: J 2


Deydex: P iv ix 62


Deydez: P iii ix 5


Deyluz: P iii x 9


Deytuz: P iii x 8


Deytyz: P iii ix 1


Dia: One of the magic words to counter pleurisie: GH




Dihymez: P iii ix 14


Dimirag: Ab


Dimurgos: Ab


Din: Divine name associated with Mercury (OP2.22)


Diniel: angel: BP 3c




Diopos: Ab


dirachiel: J 5


Diralisen: Ab


Diralisin: Ab


Dirba: one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b, 25c


dirigalii: J 5


Diruez: P iii ix 5


disdros: J 5


Dishi ben Dishibin Dashubi: NS 234


Disolel: Ab


Dison: Ab


Dius: P iv ix 58


DIVA (Heb. name of angel or spirit): NS 22


Diviel (aerial spirit): L 2; L3


Divorcon: G


DNChISh (Heb. name of angel or spirit): NS 22


Dobiel (aerial spirit): L2


Dodiel (aerial spirit): L2


Dolefach: Magical word on eighth ring in Douze Anneaux


domathamos: J 2


domengos: J 2


domina: J 2


Dominus: P i pr. i, 2; vii 4; ii x 39; iii vii 29


domogetha [s: domogentha]: J 2


Domol: GV


Domoras: L 3


Domos: GV; one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b


domus: J 2


DONACHIEL (angel): K




Donecepheron: K


Doni: Divine name associated with Mercury (OP2.22)


donmedo: GV






doppeyl: J 1


Dorak: Ab


Doremiel (angel of the third heaven): H


Doriel (aerial spirit): L2


Dormason: L 3


Dorochiel: L 2


dorsamot: GV


Dosom: Ab


Douniel (Dounihl) (angel of Sunday/the Sun): MTS


Drabiel: L 3


Drabros (aerial spirit): L2


drabundin: J 5


Draco: P i ii 5; v 1, 8, 9, 20, 30, 34; ii iii 8; v 2; iii i 10


Dracon: L 3


dragin: GV




Dragon (aerial spirit): L2


Dramas: Ab


Dramaz: L 3


Dramiel (aerial spirit): L2


Dramozyn: L 3


Drapios (aerial spirit): L2


Drasiel (aerial spirit): L2


Drelmech: L 3


Dresop: Ab


dridmoyl: J 5


Drion: K4


Dromiel: L 3


Drubiel (aerial spirit): L2


Druchas: L 3


drudromoy: J 5


Drufiel: L 3


Drusiel (aerial spirit): L2


Drvaspa: Female angel (yazad) personifying cattle: Z


Dryades (class of spirits): A


Dubarus (aerial spirit): L2


Dubiel (aerial spirit): L2


Dubilon (aerial spirit): L2


Dubraz: L 3


DUCHIEL (angel): K


Dudael: E


duhomelathus: J 2


Duidain: E


dulcissime: J 5


Dulid: Ab


Dumaso: GV


Dumogon: G


Dumosson: GV


dunedryneylyn: J 1


Dusiriel (aerial spirit): L2


duymas [s: dvynas]: J 1


dyaforim: P iv ii 3


dyhamelathos [s: dihamelathos]: J 2


Dyndez: P iii ix 12


Earaoe: Ab


Earos (aerial spirit): L2


Earviel (aerial spirit): L2


ebalohe: J 2


Ebaron: Ab


Ebla: E




Ebra (aerial spirit): L2


ecchothas: J 5


Eckdulon: Ab


Edilta: one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b


Edoniel: J 1; K


Edriel (aerial spirit): L2; L3


Eduz: P iii ix 11


Effrigis: Ab


Efios ('Efiós): Angel (or demon) of 8th hour of Saturday: MTS


Eforit ('Eforít): Angel (or demon) of 12th hour of Friday: MTS


Efrigis: Ab


effygmato: J 1


Efiel (aerial spirit): L2 (2)


Efipas ('Efipás): Angel (or demon) of 19th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Egachir: Ab


Egakireh: Ab


egge: J 1


egibiel: J 5


Egin, Egyn, or Aegyn: King of the South according to An Excellent Booke of the Arte of Magicke (Ad. 36674, fol. 47v) (Alternately called named as Ariton in Ab.)


egiviel: J 5


Eglatus, Egla: Two of the magic words to counter fever: GH


Egribel: P iv ix 46


egyhel [s: egihel]: J 2


Egym: GH; see Egin


Egyn: Ab


egyrion: J 5


egyryon: J 1, 5


ehehii: J 5


Eheie: Name of God associated with Kether in OP2.12






ehenyton: J 1




Eheye: L 1


Ehon: K4


Eiael: J 5


Eie: H


Eima: K4


Eistierix: Angel (or demon) of 3rd hour of Wednesday: MTS


Ekalak: Ab


Ekalike: Ab


Ekdulon: Ab


Ekorok: Ab


El: Name of God; G; GH; H; J 1; K; L 1, 2; NS 161, 240; OP2.13


El Ab: Divine name associated with Jupiter (OP2.22)






El Gebil: K


El Qaana: NS 240-241


El Shaddaï: K: NS 126, 156, 211, see also Shaddai, Saday




Elafon: Ab




Elamyr: Ab


Elamyz: L 3


Elanel: L 3


Elantiel: One of the demons in K3 with dominion over riches


Elaton: Ab


elbedagrin: J 1


Elbelda: P i iv 22


Elburion: TS


Elcar (aerial spirit): L2


Elechym: L 3


Eleéth: TS


Elelogap: GV


Elemental spirits: K


elemiah: J 5




Eleminator: J 2


Elerion: Ab


Elestor: One of the three princes of the demons (along with Lucifer and Belzebut) in Clavicules du Roi Salomon, Livre Troisieme, par Armadel


Eleyson: J 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Elh: G


Eli: K


Elia: K


Elias: G


Elibanoth: magic word in K3


Elibra: H


Eliditor (Êliditór): Angel (or demon) of 1st hour of Saturday: MTS


Eliel (aerial spirit): L2


Eligor: L 1


Eligos: L 1


ELIM: Divine name associated with the Moon (OP2.22) K




Eliogaphatel: Demon in K3


Elion: GH; H; K; L 1, 2


Eliphamasai: L 4


Elisem ('Elisém): Angel (or demon) of 9th hour of Friday: MTS


Elitel (aerial spirit): L2


Elivisa: GV


Elmis: Ab


Elmoym: L 3






eloe: J 1


Eloh: Divine name associated with the Sun (OP2.22)


ELOHA: K; Name of God associated with Tiphereth in OP2.13


Elohe: GH; H; L 1, 2






Elohim (name of God): GV; H; K; L 1, 2; NS 200, 225, 240


ELOHIM GIBOR: Name of God in K; OP2.12, OP2.13


Elohim qeber, Elohim: K


Elohim Tzabaoth: K




Elohym: K4


Eloim (=Elohim, name of God): G


'Elome'el: E


elomich: J 5


Elomnia: L 4


elon: J 5


Elonim: Ab


Eloy: GH; H; J 1, 2


Eloya: K4


Eloym: GH; GV (var of Elohim, name of God)


Eloyn: K4


Elpinon: Ab


Elponen: Ab


elscha: J 1, 5


Ely: J 1, 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Elyminator [s: Eleminator]: J 3


elynzy: J 1


elyon: J 1


elyorem: J 1, 5


elysafan: J 1


elysu: J 1


Elzegan: Ab


Elzegar: Ab


elzephares: J 1, 5




Emalon: L 3


Emanuel, Emanvel: G; J 1, 4, 5; K; L 1


Emarfiel: L 3


Emarion: L 3


Emarziel: L 3


Ematyel: L 3


emaunel: J 5


Emeriel: L 3




Emfatison: Ab


Emfiloel, Emfiloêl (Emfilohl) (angel of Monday/the Moon): MTS




Emirex: P iv ix 63


Emirez: P iii ix 16


Emisael: One of the magic words used in a spell to extinguish fire: GH


Emmanuel: H, TS ; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH; NS 200


Emodias ('Emodiás): Angel (or demon) of 13th hour of Thursday: MTS




Emoniel: L 2


Emphastison: Ab


Emuel (aerial spirit): L2


Enaia: Ab




Enariel: L 3


Enatiel: G


Enatriel: L 3


endiran: J 5


enediel: J 5


Enedil: P iv ix 30


Enei: Ab


Enenuth: TS


Enépsigos: TS


Enêpsigos: TS


Enga: Divine name: GH


Englabis: Divine name: GH


Eniuri: Ab


Enmanuel: GV


entissime: J 5




Eon Met: K4


Eparinesont: GV


Epios ('Epios): Angel (or demon) of 19th hour of Thursday: MTS


Epithouanon ('Epiqouanon) (demon of Sunday/the Sun): MTS






Erae: E


Eralicarison: Ab


eralyn: J 1


Eralyz: Ab


Eramael: One of five demons under Satanachi in K3


Erato: K4


ercell: J 5


erchothas: J 1


Erdaz: P iii ix 12


Erdegel: P iv ix 42


Erekia: Ab




Erenutes: Ab


Ereth: Female angel (yazad) personifying truth: Z


Ergamen: Ab


Ergatige ('Êgatigá): Angel (or demon) of 23rd hour of Tuesday: MTS


ergediel: J 5


Ergonion: Ab


Ergosil: Ab


Ergotas ('Ergotás): Angel (or demon) of 9th hour of Thursday: MTS


erhagel [s: exagal]: J 2


Erigion: Name on pentacle (GH)


erihel [s: exihel]: J 2


erihona: J 1, 5


Erimites: Ab


Erional: K4




Eritherem: magic word in K3


Erkaya: Ab


ERLY: Spirit invoked in construction of hand of glory: GH; GV


Erman ('Ermán): Angel (or demon) of 5th hour of Friday: MTS


Ermaziel: L 3


Ermiel: L 3


Ermihala: Ab


Ermoniel (aerial spirit): L2


Eros: TS


erpyon: J 1




eryon: J 1, 5


eryona: G; J 5


Esarchie: Name of God: GH


Escavor: GV






Escha: H; J 5


Eschiel: K


escor: J 5


Eserchie (=Escerchie): H


esfylyn: J 1


Eshiniel: angel: BP 3c


esmaadyn: J 1


Esmony: GV




Espoel (aerial spirit): L2


essaf: J 1


Estio: G


Estiot: GV


Esytio: G


Esytion: G


Etaliz: Ab


Ethan: Ab


Ethanim: Ab


Ethanim: Ab


Ethiel (aerial spirit): L2


ethion: J 5


Etimiel (aerial spirit): L2


Etitnamus, Etituamus: G


Etouros ('Êtourós): Angel (or demon) of 19th hour of Monday: MTS


Euchey: GV


Euknitiel (Eúknitiêl): Angel (or demon) of 23rd hour of Monday: MTS


Evadar: L 3


Evandiel: L 3


Evanuel: L 3


Evarym: L 3


evebychay: J 5


exaccodan [s: exactodan]: J 2


Exagiel: J 5


Exaula: P i iv 20


excelse: J 5


excludo [s: exluso]: J 2


exdromal: J 5


Exe: H


Exenteron: Ab


exhator: J 2


exhedon [s: exheton]: J 2


exhehal: J 4


exheruz [s: exhernz]: J 2


exiophiam: J 2


Existion (var. of Exstion): G


Existioneriona: G




exmegan: J 2


exmogon: J 2


exnotheyn: J 4


Exstion: G




Exteron: Ab


Ey: H


Eydulez: P iii ix 4




eye: H; J 5; K4


ezeleaz: J 2


Ezeqeel: E


ezethomos: J 4


ezey: J 5


eznyah: J 1




ezomathon: J 4


Ezparez, Ezphares: G


Fabariel (aerial spirit): L2


Fabelleronthou: GV


Fabiel: G; L2 (aerial spirit)


faceyeyll: J 1


facifon: J 5


Fadrulez: P iii x 9


fagamesy: J 2


fagamesym: J 2


Fagani: Ab


Faguni: Ab


fais [s: fals]: J 2


falason: J 1


falsari: P iv ii 12


Famaras: L 3


Famiel (angel of the third heaven): H


Famoriel: L 3


fanyel: J 1


farabyn: J 1


Farai: Angel (or demon) of 22nd hour of Wednesday: MTS


faranyeal: J 1


Fardaruz: P iii x 9


fariel: J 5


farlae: J 5


Farlas (winter): H


Farmos: L 3


fartis: J 1


faryelyn: J 1


Faseua (aerial spirit): L2


Fasma: Ab


father, the: J 1, 2, 3, 4, 5


Faturab: Ab


Faurix: P iv ix 63


Faytamurez: P iii x 8


Faytoliz: P iii x 11


Fealech: L 3


fedraza: P i v 27


fegem: P i v 27


Fegot: One of the demons in K3


Felut: GV


Femol (aerial spirit): L2


Femurez: P iii x 8


Fenadros: L 3


Fendeyuz: P iii x 14


fenestra: J 2


Feniz: P iii x 9


Fenosiel: L 3


fenyturla: J 1


Ferala: magic word in K3




ferlucifin: J 5


Fernebus: Ab


Fersebus: Ab


Ferunt: magic word in K3


Feruz: P iii ix 12


ferymay [s: ferimay]: J 2


festatui, Festativi (name of the earth in Summer): H; J 5




feya: J 1


Feyeduz: P iii x 14


Feyleuz: P iii x 14


Feymeluz: P iii x 12


Feymeriz: P iii x 12


feynon: J 1


Fide arrach: P iv vii 23


Filaxon: Ab


filiach: J 5


Filius: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Fimarson: L 3


fimtilis: J 5


Finaxos: Ab


Finis: Divine name: GH


fintingon: J 2


Firiel: GV


Fisti: GH


Flabison: Ab


Flaef (angel, minister of Sarabotes): H


Flauros: L 1


Flaxon: Ab


Fleruty: GV


Fleurety (demon, leut. gen.): G


Flos: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


flum: J 2


flumen: J 2


Focalor: L 1


fons: J 2


Foras (demon): L 1


Forau (demon): G


Forfaron: Ab


Forneus (demon): L 1


Forteson: Ab


fortis: J 5


Fortitudo: J 5


Foruz: P iii ix 2


foylyon: J 1


Fraciel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Framion: L 3


Framoth: L 3


Franedac: L 3


frangam: GV


Frasis: Ab


Frasmiel (aerial spirit): L2


Fremiel: L 3


frenil: J 5


Friagne (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Frimost: Demon: GH (1760 edition); GV


Frimoth: One of the demons in K3 with dominion over passion and lust


Frinafe (Frinafé): Angel (or demon) of 21st hour of Monday: MTS


Frodinos (Frodinós): Angel (or demon) of 24th hour of Sunday: MTS


Fromezyn: L 3


Fronyzon: L 3


froseithz: J 5


Frucissière: GV


Frulhel (or Frastiel): One of the demons in K3 with dominion over reanimation


Frutimière: GV


Fubentroty: GV


fuheylyn: J 1


fullarite: J 5


Fulouel (Fulouel) (angel of Sunday/the Sun): MTS


fundamentum: J 2


Furamiel: L 3


Furcas: L 1


Furfur: L 1


Furiel: L 3


Fursiel (aerial spirit): L2


Furtur: L 1


Fustiel: L 3


Futiel (aerial spirit): L2 (2)


Futiniel: L 3


fysfyn: J 1


g: J 1


Gaap (demon): L 1


gabal: J 1


gabalyel: J 1


gabanael: J 1


Gabarnish: GV


Gabiel: L 3, 4


Gabio (aerial spirit): L2


Gabots: G


Gabrael (angel of first heaven): H


Gabriach: Magical word on seventh ring in Douze Anneaux


Gabriel, gabryel (archangel): A; BP xxix, 3c; E; GH; H; J 1, 2, 5; K; L 3, 4; NS 155, 163, 170, 173, 177, 202, 213, 236, 240; OP2.12; P iv vii 23; T; TS


Gabrinoz: L 3


Gabriot: Magical word on fifth ring in Douze Anneaux


gabrynyn: J 1


gabyon: J 1


gadabany [s: Gadalany]: J 2


Gadara: TS


gadeff: J 1


Gadgadiel: NS 160


Gadiel: K; L 3


Gadix: P iv ix 61


Gadreel: E


Gagalin: Ab


Gagalos: Ab


Gagison: Ab


Gagolchon: Ab


Gagonix: Ab


Gahel: K4


gahit: J 2


gal: J 1


Galagos: Ab


Galak: Ab


Galant: One of the demons in K3 with dominion over diseases


galatihel [s: galetihel]: J 4


galbyel: J 1


Galdel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


galgal: J 1


Gali: Divine name: GH


Galiel (Galiél): Angel (or demon) of 23rd hour of Thursday: MTS


galiht: J 2


Gallina: P ii ii 1


galmus: J 1


galnel: J 1


galuf: J 1


Galym: L 2


Gamael: L 3


Gamaliel or obscene: K


gamasgay: J 2


Gamchicoth or the Disturbers of Souls: K




Gamiel: L 2


Gamigin: L 1




Gamsiel: L 3


gamviel [A: Cambiel]: J 5


Gamyel: L 2, 3


gamyhal: J 2


gandryel: J 1


ganeytania: P iv ii 8


Gannus: 'man of fire' invoked (along with Sloonus) in BP § 13 (p. xxxii)


garacap: J 1


Garadiel: L 2


garamanas: J 2


garasyn: J 1


garbona [s: gartona]: J 2




gargatel (an angel of the Summer): H; J 5


Garnaze: One of the magic words to counter fever: GH


Gariel (aerial spirit): L2


gariliam: J 5


Garinirag: Ab


Garnasu (aerial spirit): L2


Garnesiel: L 2


Garsas: Ab


garytan: J 1


Gasarons: Ab


Gashiel: L 3


gasoryn: J 1


GASPARD: Spirit invoked in construction of hand of glory: GH; GV


gastaset: J 1


gastiel: J 5


gaszyel: J 1


Gathouel (Gathouél): Angel of Friday/Venus: MTS


Gauriel, Gauriêl (Gaurihl) (angel of Monday/the Moon): MTS


gaviel (an angel of the Summer): H; J 5


Gaviol: GH


Gaw: Angel (yazad) personifying cattle: Z


gaym: J 5


Gazaron: Ab


gazay: J 4


gebarbaya: J 1


Gebiel: L 3


gebrutim: P iv ii 4






Geburim or Violent Ones: K


gebyn: J 1


gecabal: J 2


geccaholzer [s: gettahol]: J 2


gecebamia: J 5


gechora [s: "gethora"]: J 3


gechoramy [s: "gethoramy"]: J 3


gechors [s: "gethos"]: J 3


Geciel: L 3


gecramathiol [s: gec_u_mathihol]: J 2


gedanabasy [s: Gedalanasy]: J 2


gedebandi: J 2


gederanay: J 2


Gediel: L 2, 3, 4


Gedobonal: L 4


gedonomay: J 2






gedulyn: J 1


gefrel: J 5


Gefusieon: J 5


gegemahelay: J 2


gegenol [s: gegegnol]: J 2


gegnognal: J 2


gegohomos: J 2




Geguhay: J 4


gehamas [s: gelamas]: J 2


gehangno [s: geliãgno]: J 2


Gehel [s: gahel, gegel]: J 2, 3


gehemizay [s: gehemyzai]: J 2


gehen: J 2


gehenignor [s: gehemgnor]: J 2


geherahel: J 2


gehiszefyhor [s: gehszesihol]: J 2


Gehor: J 4


gehoraia: J 2


geht: J 2


geiama [s: gesama]: J 2


geiemamagnosam: J 2


gelamagos: J 3


gelbaray: J 2


Gelemoht: J 1, 5


geles: J 2


gelgemona [s: gelgemana]: J 2


geliel: J 5


geliesmoy: J 2


gelior: J 2


gelisedon: J 5


Geloma: Ab


Gelomiros: L 4


gelomitro: J 5


gelomyhel: J 3


Gelon: J 1, 5


gemahol: J 2


gemaht: J 2


gemail: J 2


gemal: J 2


gemama: J 2


Gemary: L 3


Gematzod: L 3


gemehegate [s: gemehagate]: J 2


Gemehehon: J 4


gemehihel: J 2


gemehol: J 2


gemelam [s: Geromelam]: J 2


Gemen: GV


gemesnay: J 5


gemessyon [s: gemession]: J 2


Gemethor: J 4


Gemezin: L 3


gemiazay [s: gemiazai]: J 2


Gemini: J 1, 5; K; L 3, 4; P i iv 6-8; v 28; ii x 71, 86; xi 9-11; xii 8, 42, 55; iii ii 4; iii 15; iv ii 4


gemizacol: J 2


gemoht: J 2


gemol: J 2




Gemory: L 1


gemõthar: J 2


gemotheon: J 3


gemyha: J 2


gemyhacal: J 2


gemyochar [s: gemy~hothar]: J 2


genair [s: genayr]: J 2


Genamchor [s: genamohor (?)]: J 4


Genapherim: L 3


Genarytz: L 3


genathely: J 2


Genathores: J 2


genay: J 2


Genealogon: J 2


genenogal [s: gentvogal]: J 2


Geneon: GV


generamoseht: J 2


genges: J 2


Geniel: J 5


Genii: K




geno: J 2


genocomel: J 2


genomos: J 2


genomythoo [s: genomythos]: J 2


Genon: L 4


Genonem: J 1, 5


genorabal: J 2


Genos: J 2, 4


genotheram: J 2


genozabal: J 2


genyda: J 1


genynatol: J 2


genython [s: genithon]: J 2


genzi: J 2


Geofriel: J 5


geogremay: J 2


Geolym: J 2


geon: J 5


Geos: one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b


Gepheel: L 3


Gera Topar Gadiel: NS 168


geraguaht: J 2


geramathiel [s: geramathihel, geramacihel]: J 2


gerathar: J 2


gerehoinuhaziol [s: gerehona hazihal]: J 2


Gereinin: L 4


Geremiah (name of the Earth in Winter): H


geremon: J 5


gerenia: J 5


gereon: J 5


Gerevil: Ab


Gerfan (Gerfán): Angel (or demon) of 8th hour of Monday: MTS


gergeon: J 2


gergion: J 2


gergohen: J 2


Geriel (aerial spirit): L2; L 3


geristel: J 2


geriston: J 2


Geriz: P iv ix 29


gerizo: J 2


gernb [s: gerub?]: J 2


gerohanathon [s: Ierohanathon]: J 2


geromagol: J 2


geromay: J 2


geromaziel [s: geromazihel]: J 2


geromol: J 2


geronehos: J 2


Geror: L 4


gerot: J 3


gerozay: J 2


Gerthiel: L 3


gesatham [s: gethasam]: J 2


Gesegas: Ab


gesemon: J 2


Gesiel: L 3


gesõmay [s has a bar over the om]: J 2


gesrus: J 5


gessemon: J 2


gessenazi [s: gessevazi]: J 2


gessydomy [s: gessidomy]: J 2


geth: J 2


gethage: J 2


Gethidnhal: J 4


Gethiel: L 3


gethor: J 2


gethorem: J 2


Getiel: L 3


getymay [s: ietimay]: J 2


geuaguolos [s: genagnolos]: J 2


geumyturla: J 1


geuolyam [s: genuliam]: J 2


geuomoly [s: genomoloy]: J 2


geuoz [s: genoz]: J 2


geuozempha [s: genozem pha]: J 2


geuozepha [s: genozepha]: J 2


Geush Urvan: lit. 'the soul of the cow (or settlement)'. Personification of animal life: Z (aka Goshorun)


Gevael: L 3


Gevar di Pelekh: NS 168


gey: J 1


geys: J 2


geysethon [s: gezsethon]: J 2


Gezael: L 3


gezagam: J 4


gezamahel: J 2


gezamanay [s: gezamanuai]: J 2


gezamay [s: gezamai]: J 2


gezamel: J 2


Gezamyhor: J 4


gezconos: J 2


gezegatha: J 2


gezelihos: J 3


Gezemachal [s: gezemathal]: J 4


gezeno: J 3


gezero: J 2


gezetiz: J 2


gezezihor [s: gesezihor]: J 2


Geziel: L 3


gezihel: J 4


Gezomel: J 4


gezomelyhon: J 4


gezomothon: J 4


Gezor: J 4


Gezozay: J 4


Ghedoriah: K




Gheuriel: K4






ghu [s2: glm; S: glm vel ghu]: J 3


Gida'ljal: E


Giel: L 3


gielotheon [s: grel..]: J 2


giethy: J 2


gigithios: J 4


gigoro: J 2


gihelerathon [s has gilzelerethon corrected to gihelerethon]: J 2




Gilarion: Ab


Gillamon: Ab




Gimel: K


gimon: J 1


Ginar: Ab


Giram (Girám): Angel (or demon) of 9th hour of Monday: MTS


Giriar: Ab


Girmil: Ab


Gisaor (Gisaór): Angel (or demon) of 24th hour of Tuesday: MTS


giseleccor [s: giselector]: J 2


Gitzar (Gitzár): Angel (or demon) of 10th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Glanos: TS


Glasyabolas (demon): G


Glasya-Labolas (demon): L 1


glereleon: J 2


Glesi: Ab


Glitia: One of the demons in K3 with dominion over banquets


gloria: J 2, 5


gloriose: J 5


Gluth: magic word in K3


Glysy: Ab






Gnachiel: L 3


Gnadiel: L 3


Gnaheel: L 3


Gnakiel: L 3


Gnaliel: L 3


Gnamiel: L 3


gnanatores: J 2


Gnaphiel: L 3


Gnashiel: L 3


Gnasiel: L 3


Gnathiel: L 3


Gneliel: L 3


Gnethiel: L 3


Gnetiel: L 3


gnohemgnor: J 2


Gnome (class of spirit): G; K


Gnomus: G


Gnotas (Gnôtás): Angel (or demon) of 18th hour of Saturday: MTS


gnoyoemel [s: gnoyemal]: J 2


gnynzy: J 1


Goap (demon, var. of Gaap): L 1


God: J 1, 3; L 1


Godens: G




Godiel (aerial spirit): L2 (2)




Gofgamel (vel Gasgamyel) [s: Gasgamel]: J 4, 5


Gofgamep, GofGamep: J 1, 5


GofGar: J 5


Gohathay: J 4


Golab or incendiaries: K






Goleg: Ab


Golen: Ab


Golog: Ab


golum: J 1




GOMERT: Magic word: GH; GV


Gomogin: Ab


gomraoryn: J 1


gonay: J 2


Gonogin: Ab


Gorgopios (Gorgopiós): Angel (or demon) of 10th hour of Saturday: MTS


Gorilon: Ab


gortaray: J 2


gorthz: J 5


gosamyn: J 2


Gosegas: Ab


Goshorun: See Geush Urvan: Z


Gossum: Magic word: GH


Got: One of the magic words to deflect weapons: GH


Goth: G


Gotifan: Ab


Goukoumon (Goukoumón): Angel (or demon) of 2nd hour of Wednesday: MTS


Gouriel (Gouriêl): Angel (or demon) of 1st hour of Friday: MTS


Gowad: See Vayu: Z


gozimal: J 2


gozogam: J 2


GRABATTO: Magic word on amulet: GH


gracomessihos [s: gcomessihos]: J 2


gracosihos [s: gucosihos]: J 2


graguomoyuhos [s: gragnomoysihos]: J 2


Gram [R: Grani]: J 1


gramaht [s: g_u_maht]: J 2


Gramon: Ab


gramyhel [s: g_u_myhel]: J 2


granal: J 2


granatum femina: J 2


Granon: Ab


Granozyn: L 3


Granyel: L 3


Graphiel: The intelligence of Mars (OP2.22)


Grasemin: Ab




Gremiel (aerial spirit): L2


grenatail: J 3


grephemyon: J 2


grisolis: J 5


Gromenis: Ab


gromyazay [s: gromyhazay]: J 2


gronyeyll: J 1


Gtadafid: Angel (or demon) of 5th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Guabarel (an angel of autumn): H


guabryel: J 1


guabryza: J 1


Guael (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Guagamon: Ab


guahiros: J 4


gualaly: J 1


gualbarel: J 5


guamazihel: J 2


guanrynasnihe: J 1


guara: J 2


guardians: E


guathamal [s: gnathamal]: J 2


guatyell: J 1


Gudiel (aerial spirit): L2


Guebdemis: P iv ix 60


Guernus: P iv ix 64


guesupales: J 1


guetazamanay [s: genetazamanay]: J 2


Gueydenuz iv ix 60


Gueylus: P iv ix 62


Gugonix: Ab


gulahentihel: J 4


Guland: GV


gulyon: J 1


gumyel: J 1


guomagnos [s: gnomãgnos]: J 2


Guomon: J 4


guryel: J 1


Gusion (demon): L 1


Gusoin [sl.3825] (demon): G; L 1






Gutrix (angel, minister of Suth): H




guygu: J 4


gybryll: J 1


gynbar: J 3


Gyram: J 1


h: J 1


HA (Heb. magic name): NS A17:26


Ha: H


Haa: H


Haagenti: L 1


haaiah: J 5


Haajah: L 3


haamiab [A: Chaamiah]: J 5


haayn: J 1


Habaiel (angel of first heaven): H


Habalon: L 3


habatal [s: halatal]: J 2


Habdanum: Divine name: GH


habena: J 2


Habet: Magic word: GH


Habhi: Ab


Habiel: L 3


habifumaht [s: habisumaht]: J 2


habobel: J 2


habuiah [A: Chabuiah]: J 5


habysanhat [s: habysanahat]: J 2


hacacoharona [s: hacatoharona]: J 2


hacaha [s: hataha]: J 4


hacama: J 2


Hacamuli: Ab


hacaphagan: J 2


hacaros [s: hacacaros]: J 2


hacarraz [s: hacaraz]: J 2


hacaz [s: hataz]: J 2


hacazmazy [s: "hacazamazay"]: J 3


hacca: J 2


haccho [s: hoccho]: J 2


haccisamel [s: hamhaniel]: J 2


Hacel: Demons in K3


Hachael: L 3


hachagnon: J 3


Hachamel: Ab


hachamol: J 2


hachay: J 2


hachemathan [s: hachamathan]: J 4


hacnlam: J 2


hacoronathos: J 2


Hacoronoz: P iii vii 17


hacoylyn: J 1


HacrisentHeon [sic] [s: hacrisientheon].: J 4


hacronaaz: J 2


hadalomob: J 2


Hadiel: L 3


hadozamyr: J 2


hadyon [s: Adyon. Sl.3885 has an "h" in the far left margin, and an "S" just to the left of "Adyon".]: J 3


Hadyz: P iii ix 4


haebal: J 2


Hael [s: halel]: J 2; L3; GV


haemor: J 2


hafar: J 2


Hafkiel: NS 232


Hafriel: NS 232


hagamal [s: haganal]: J 2


haganal: J 2


hagasa: J 2


hagen [s: hage~]: J 2


hagenalis: J 2


hagenerõ [s: hagenoron]: J 2


hagenorem: J 2


hagenorozom: J 2


hagenoy: J 2


Hageyr: Ab


hagiathar: J 4


hagibar [s: hagihar]: J 4


Hagiel: The intelligence of Venus (OP2.22)


hagigel: J 2


Hagion: Ab


HAGIOS: H; L 2, 3


Hagith (Olympic spirit of Venus): A


hagmal: J 2


hagnaht: J 2


hagnathos: J 2


hagnolam [s: hognolam]: J 2


hagnyhosio: J 2


Hagoch: Ab


Hagog: Ab




hagramos: J 2


Hagrion: Ab


haguliaz [s: hagnliaz?]: J 2


hagyhal [s: hagihal]: J 2


hagyhamal [s: lagyhamal]: J 2


hagynol: J 2


Hagziel: NS 232


hahahel: J 5


Hahaiah: J 5


hahasiah [A: Hachasiah]: J 5


Hahaydiz: P iii ix 13


hahel: J 2




Hahuez: P iii vii 24


hahuiah [A: Chahuiah]: J 5


Hahyax: Ab


hahyeylyn: J 1


Haiaiel: J 5


haihaca [s: haihatha]: J 4


haihala [s: hayhala]: J 2


haihatha [s: haihacha]: J 4


haihos: J 2


haila: J 2


hailos: J 2


Hain: Divine name: GH


haiozoroy: J 3




Hakamiah: J 5


hal: J 2


hala: J 2


halabee: J 2


halabeht: J 2


halabethen: J 2


halabre: J 2


halaco: J 2


halaguha [s: hasagitha]: J 2


halaiz: J 2


halathon: J 4


haley [s: halay]: J 2


halg [s: lialg]: J 1


Haligax: Ab


halimot [s: halmiot]: J 2


halion: J 1


Halla: J 2, 4


hallehuma [s: hallehmua?]: J 2


hallemassay: J 2


hallenomay: J 2


halmay: J 2


halmon: GV


halmoth [s: halmoht]: J 2


halmye: J 2


halna [s: halua]: J 2


halnal [s: hainal corrected to haiual]: J 2


halomora: J 3


halos: J 2


halpha: J 2


Halphas: L 1


Haluiel (angel of the fourth heaven): H


halyasal [s: heliasal]: J 2


halylyn: J 1


halymyz [s: halunyz or halnuyz?]: J 2


halzamyhol: J 2


hama~samel [s: hamansamel hamazamoly]: J 2


hamabihat: J 2


hamacal: J 2


hamacon: J 2


Hamadiel: K4


hamae: J 2


hamagra [s: crosaihamagra]: J 2


hamagrata [s: hamag_a_ta]: J 2


hamagron: J 2


hamalamyn: J 2


hamaliel: Angel ruling over Virgo (OP2.14); J 5


hamamabyhon [s: hamamalyhon]: J 2


Hamamyl: J 4


Hamamyn: J 4


hamanal: J 2


hamanatar [s: hamanacar]: J 2


hamanzathon: J 4


Hamar benabis: P iv vii 23


hamaraziohs: J 2


hamaristigos: J 2


Hamarym: L 3


Hamarytzod: L 3


Hamas (aerial spirit): L2


Hamat: J 2; demon associated with leprosy (Sanhedrin, 101 a), BP xx


hamatha: J 2, 3


hamathalis: J 2


hamathamal: J 2


hamay: J 2


Hamayz: L 3


hamegnar: J 2


hamel: J 2


Hameriel: L 3


Hamerix: P iv ix 63


hamezeaza: J 2




Hamicchiahel (uel Hamathahol) [s: Lamyntnahel vel lamycthiahel]: J 2; J3


Hamiel: J 5


hamiht: J 2


hamina: J 1


haminos [s: hamynos]: J 2


hamissirion: J 2


hamissiton: J 2


hammlstiahel: J 3


Hamnas [s: hãnas]: J 4


Hamnos: J 4


hamognal: J 2


hamol: J 2


hamon: J 2


Hamorphiel (aerial spirit): L2


hamos: J 2


hamphimethon [s: Amphymethon]: J 3


hamsahel: J 2


hamtauery: P i v 27


Hamurez: P iii x 9


hamy: J 3


hamye: J 2


hamyhel [s: hamihel]: J 2


hamyhon: J 3


hamylos [s: hanylos]: J 2


hamyly: J 2


hamynal: J 2


hamynos: J 2


hamynosia: J 2


hamynyr: J 2


hamyphyn: J 2


hamyr: J 2


hamyristos: J 2


hamyrrios [s: hamirrios]: J 2


hamysschon [s: hamisschon]: J 2


hamyssithon [s: hamyssython]: J 2


hamyssitoy [s: hami..]: J 2


hamython: J 2


hamyuos [s: "haminos"]: J 3


hanacor: J 2


hanacristos: J 3


Hanael: Angel ruling over Capricorn (OP2.14); J 5


hanagai: J 2


hanagnil [s: hanagiul]: J 2


Hanahel: J 5


hanaipos: J 3


Hanamel: NS 186


hanamyhos: J 2


hananehos: J 3


Hananel: E; NS 241


hananyhos: J 2


hanaramay: J 2


Hanasichonea [s: hanasichovea]: J 4


hanataiphar: J 2


hanathar: J 2


hanathesion [s: hanthesion]: J 2


hanathie [s: hiehanathihe]: J 2


hanathoios: J 2


hanathos: J 2


hanazay (vel Halacazay): J 3


hanazihatel [s: hanaziachachel]: J 2


hancor (=Ancor, qv): J 2


Handabuz: P iii vii 25


Handemotuz: P iii x 4


handos: J 2


hanethi (vel hamethy): J 4


Haniel: K; NS 161, 237; Angel ruling the angelic order of Principalities in OP2.12


Hanimidiz: P iii x 8


hanomos: J 2


hanosae [s: hanosal]: J 2


hanothos: J 2


hanrathaphael: J 5


hantaraceret: P iv ii 16


hanthomos [s: amhomos]: J 2


hanthonomos [s: hanchonomos]: J 2


Hanun (angel of first heaven): H


hanyell: J 1


hanythel: J 2


haoalos [s: "hagalos"]: J 3


Haokub: Ab


Hapaltiel: NS 168


hapasyri [s: hapasiry]: J 2


haphasy: J 2


haphiles: J 2


haphin [s: haphyn]: J 2


haphot: P iv ii 7


haptamygel: J 2






Ha-Qadosch: K


hara: J 4


harab [s: horalo]: J 2


Harab-Serapel, or the Ravens of Death: K


haracrihuz.: J 4


haragaia: J 2


Haragil: Ab


harahel [A: Harachel]: J 5


harakel: J 5


haramalon: J 3


haramanay: J 2


haramcha: J 2


haramen [s: haram~]: J 2


haramua [s: haramna]: J 2


haranamar: J 2


Haraoth: Ab


harapheiocom [s: harapheiocon]: J 4


harasynuhon: J 2


harathaciel [s: harathacihel]: J 2


harathamam [s: harathynam]: J 2


harathar: J 2


harayn: J 2




harcon [s: hacton]: J 2


Hardiel: L 3


hareryn: J 1


harethena: J 2


hariagal: J 2


hariagil: J 2


Hariaz: L 3


Hariel: J 5


Haril: Ab


hariobal [s: hariabal]: J 2


hariomagalathar: J 3


harion: J 2


harionathar [s: harionathor]: J 3


hariothos: J 2


harissim: J 2


haristeiz: J 2




harmarlemaht: J 2


Harmary: L 3


Harmiel: L 3


Harmiz: P iii vii 21


harmum: P iv ii 10


harnany [s: harana hamany]: J 2


Harngo: J 4


Harnuz: P iii ix 7


Harog: Ab


Harombrub: Ab


Harosul: Ab


Harpax: TS


Harpinon: Ab


Harshael: Angel invoked in protection from sorcerers: BP 42


Harshiel: angel: BP 3c


Haruz: P iii vii 32


haryham [s: hariham]: J 2


haryhat [s: harihat]: J 2


hasa: J 2


hasacapria [s: hasacapha]: J 2


hasagiri: J 2


hasagnanamar: J 2


hasaguar [s: hasagnar]: J 2


hasamypa: J 2


hasaram [s: hazaram]: J 2


hasasylgason: J 1


hasaymam [s: hasayman]: J 2


Hasdiel: NS 213, 236, 237


Ha-Shamain: K


hasihezamay: J 2


hasilihatel [s: hasilihacel]: J 2


Hasin Yah: NS 237


Hasmodai: Spirit of the Moon (OP2.22)


hasomgeri: J 2


Hasperim: Ab


hassahamynel: J 2


hassailamaht, hassailemaht: J 3


hassenethon [s: hassenothy~]: J 2


hassinilop [s: hassimilop]: J 2


hasuayeyl: J 1


hasyn: J 1


hatagamagon: J 3


hatamar [s: hacãman]: J 2


hatamas: J 2


hatamyhel [s: hatamy hel]: J 2


hatanathos [s: hacanathos]: J 2


hatanazar: J 2


hataz: J 2


hatazaihos: J 2


Hathaman [s: hathamam]: J 4


hathamanos: J 2


hathamathay: J 2


hathamaym [s: hathanaym]: J 2


hathamir [s: hathamyt]: J 2


hathamyr: J 2


hathanathay [s: hata..]: J 2


hathanathon [s: hathanaton]: J 2


hathanathos: J 2


Hathanathyos [s: hathanathios]: J 4


Hathanayos: J 4


hathezihatos [s: hathezihacos]: J 4


hathomas: J 2


hatiagra [s: hanhaga]: J 2


Hatiel: L 3


Hatim: H


hatimairos [s: latimairos]: J 2


hator [s: hacor]: J 2


Hau: H; K4


Hauges: Ab


haurane: P iv 27


haya: J 1


Hayamen: Ab


Haydayuz: P iii ix 13


Hayes: G


Haylon: L 3


haymal: J 2


haymasa: J 2


haynosiel: J 2


hayr [s: hair]: J 2


Hayranuz: P iii x 8


Hayras: GV


Haytiz: P iii ix 16


Hayz: P iii ix 11


Hayzoym: L 3


hazaa: J 2


hazab: J 2


hazabamoht: J 2


hazabanas: J 2


hazabanos: J 2


hazabat: J 2


hazachon [s: nazachon]: J 2


Hazacol: J 4


hazagatha: J 2


hazagny [s: hazanuy?]: J 2


hazaheimn: J 2


Hazaiacol: J 4


hazaias: J 2


hazaihemaht: J 3


Hazailzemaht (uel Hasaylemath) [s: Hazailemaht]: J 2


hazaimegnos [s: hazai megnos]: J 2


hazalathon [s: hazabathon]: J 4


Hazamathar: J 4


hazamathon: J 2


hazamegos: J 2


hazamgeri: J 2


hazamguhem [s: hazamagnhem]: J 2


hazamyha: J 2


hazana: J 2


hazanathay: J 2


hazanather [s: hazanathar]: J 2


hazanebal: J 2


hazanechar [s: hazanethar]: J 2


Hazaniel: L 3


hazarach: J 2


Hazaram (vel hazacam) [s: Hazacam]: J 2; J3


hazaramagos: J 3


hazareme: J 2


hazarob: J 2


hazaron: J 2


hazat: J 2


hazata [s: hazaca]: J 2


hazataniel [s: hazacamel]: J 2


hazatha: J 2, 4


hazatham [s: hazathan]: J 2


Hazathar: J 2, 4


Hazathay: J 4


Hazeme: J 4


hazenethon: J 2


hazeoyon: J 2


haziactor [s: hariactar]: J 2


haziamahar [s: hazaamahat]: J 2


haziber [s: haziler]: J 2


Haziel [s: hazihel]: J 2, 5


hazihem [s: hazihe~]: J 2


hazilihatel [s: haziliacel]: J 2


hazimelos: J 3


hazocha: J 2


Hazomathon: J 4




hazoroz: J 2


Hazothynathon [s: hazethynathon]: J 4


He: GV, H; K


Head_of_Days: E


headless demon: TS


hearel: J 1


hebalthe: J 2


Hebdegabdis: P iv ix 60


hebel: J 2


hebiot [s: hebehoth]: J 2


hebrel: J 2


hebros [s: hebos]: J 2


hecamazihel [s: "hechamazihel"]: J 3


Heckiel: L 3


hecobay [s: hecohay]: J 2


hecohy: J 3


hecoy: J 2


Hedefiuz: P iii x 8


Hediel: L 3


Hedilez: P iii x 11


Hediz: P iii ix 7


Hedurez: P iii x 8


Hedus: P iv ix 64


Hedyuz: P iii ix 17


He'el: E


heel: J 2


heelmelazar [s: helmelazar]: J 2


Hefemyhel [s: hesemyhel]: J 4


heg: GV


Hegemothon: J 4


hegernar: J 2


hegeto [s: hegetti]: J 2


Hegnel: L 3


Hegneydiz: P iv ix 60


hegonele: J 2


hegrogebal: J 2


hehelilem: J 2


hehemornhos [s: hehem ruhos]: J 2


Heheydiz: P iii ix 3


hehomail: J 2


hehortahonas [s: heortahonos]: J 2


Heia: K4


Heihasai [s: heihazay]: J 4


Heihazar: J 4


Hekiel: L 3


Helahenay: J 4


helamon: J 2


helaph: J 2


Helatay: J 4


helda: J 2


Heldemiz: P iii x 9




helee: J 2


Helel: Ab


helemasay: J 2


Helemetiz: P iii x 2


Hel'emmelek: E


Hel: G; J 1, 2, 5; L 4


hela: J 2


helestymeym [s: heleshimeym]: J 2


heleys [s: heleis]: J 2


helgezamay: J 2


helgezorabal [s: hel gerozabal]: J 2


helgyon: J 2


Heli: G; L 4


helial [s: helyal]: J 2


heliam [s: heliã]: J 2


helichos [s: helycos]: J 2


Helihel: J 4


helihotas [s: helyhotas]: J 2


Helim: Divine name: GH


helimoht: J 2






Heliot: GH


heliothon: J 2


heliothos [s: helihothos, helyothos, heliotheos]: J 2


heliozo: J 2


helipos [s: helypos]: J 2


heliscemaht, helischemaht, helisemaht: J 2, 3


Helisoe: L 1


helissan: J 5


helitihay: J 2


Hellemay: J 4


Hellestymon [s: helesschymon]: J 4


Hellison: L 4




hellyel [s: helliel]: J 2


helma: J 2, 3


helmam [s: helmay]: J 2


helmamy: J 2


Helmas: L 3


helmelazar: J 2


Helmis: Ab




helomany: J 2




Helon: GV; J 5


helos [s: helas]: J 2


helotey [s: heloty]: J 2


Heloy: GV; J 1, 2, 3, 5


helralathos [s: helralacos]: J 2


helsa: J 2


helseron: J 2


helsethor: J 2


helsezope: J 2


heltamay [s: helcamay]: J 2


heluhama [s: helnhama]: J 2


Hely: J 1, 3, 5


helyccheym [s: helytychcym]: J 2


helyemath [s: heliemath]: J 2


helyhem: J 2


helyhemon [s: "helihemon"]: J 3


helyhene: J 2


helyhor [s: hely_h_oth]: J 2


helymaht: J 2


helymal: J 2


helymam: J 2


helymar [s: helimat]: J 2


helymoht: J 2


helymothos: J 2


helymyhot: J 2


helyna: J 2


helyne: J 2


helynon: J 2


helyot [s: helyhot]: J 2


helyphamassay [s: helipha Massay]: J 2


Helysemath: J 2


Helyuz: P iii ix 15


helzoleam: J 2


hemal: J 2


hemay: J 2


hemdamyhos: J 2


hemeb: J 2


hemegnol: J 2


hemehegon: J 2


hemel: J 2


hemelamp: J 2


hemesna [s has hemesua corrected to hemesva]: J 2


hemiclopos [s: hemyclopos]: J 2


Hemiruliz: P iii x 12


Hemis: Ab


hemol: J 2


hemones: J 2


hemthemos: J 2


hemuoleha [s: hemnoleha]: J 2


hemya: J 2


Hemyluz: P iii ix 15


hemyna: J 2


henahihel: J 2


henaly [s has henaly corrected to hevaly]: J 2


henbezepha: J 2


hendeb: P iv ii 6


Hendeliz: P iii x 9


hendon: J 2


henecyman: J 2


henehenbem [s: hen henbem]: J 2


henemos: J 2


henethemos [s: henethonos]: J 2


Heniz: P iii ix 16


henloramyht [s: helomyht henboramyht]: J 2


henlothant: J 2


henomos [s: henozios]: J 2


henoranaht: J 3


hensazatha: J 2


henthon: J 2


hentynethel: J 4


henzan: J 2


Heon: GV


hepatir: J 2


Hephesimireth: TS


Hephiel: L 3


Hepogon: Ab


Hepoth: One of the demons in K3


Her: G




heracruhit: J 4


heractodam: J 2


Heramael: GV


heramathon: J 2


Herdehus: P iv ix 60


heremogos: J 2


heremynar: J 2




Heresiel (aerial spirit): L2


herezemyhel: J 2


Herg: Ab


Hergotis: Ab


herihegil: J 2


herina [s: henina]: J 2


heriona (vel haryona): J 4


herlo: J 2


hermelazar [s: herinelazar]: J 2


Hermeniz: P iii x 9


Hermiala: Ab


Hermiel: L 3


Hermon (aerial spirit): L2


Herne (aerial spirit): L2


heroniodios [s: heremodios]: J 2


Herphatz: L 3


Herus: P iv ix 58


herymyhothon: J 2


hesaca: J 2


hesacro: J 2


hesacrohen [s: hesacohen]: J 2


hesamem [s: hesame~]: J 2


hesaphopanos: J 2


hesapope [s: hesapopa]: J 2


hesehengnon: J 2


hesely: J 2


hesemelaht [s: hesomelaht]: J 2


Heshael: L 3


hesihel: J 2




hesiothil: J 2


hespnhos: J 2


hessicomalon [s: hessicomal on]: J 2


hessymatel [s: helsimathal]: J 2


hestimpandos [s: hestnnpandos]: J 2


hesuogem [s: hesuoge~]: J 2




Hetaytoz: P iii x 8


hetha: J 2


hethaeneho: J 2


hethelilem: J 2


hethemel: J 2


hetidyham [s: hetidihum]: J 2


Hetiel: L 3


hetihel [s: vel hehhel vel helier]: J 4


hety: J 2


heuagnolothegos [s: hagenolo thegos]: J 2


Hevael: L 3


Hey: H


Heya: H


Heyaydez: P iii vii 25


Heydaheydez: P iii ix 13


Heydeyuz: P iii ix 3


Heydinez: P iii x 12


Heydurehiz: P iii x 9


Heyediz: P iii x 9


Heyemiz: P iii x 10


heyerim: P iv ii 12


Heylil: P iii vii 17


heyll: J 1


Heyluz: P iii ix 5


heymemy [heymeiny?]: J 2


Heyudez: P iii x 9


Hezael: L 3


hezaladuha: J 2


hezdmyel [s: hezemyhel]: J 2


hezegon: J 2


hezehengon: J 2


hezelam [s: hezeladam]: J 2


hezelym: J 2


Hezemegnor [s: heze..]: J 4


hezemtinethel [s: hezemtynethel]: J 4


hezetogamyal [s: hezetogamyhal]: J 2


hezidiham [s: hezidih_u_m]: J 2


heziephiat: J 2


hezole: J 2


hiacon: J 2


hialamun [s: "hialamum"]: J 3


hiatregilos: J 2


Hicpacth: GV


hie: J 2


hiebros: J 2


Hielma (uel hyhelyma) [s: Helma]: J 2


hiemaraym [s: hiemarayn]: J 4


hiesacco [s: hiefacto]: J 2


Hifarion: Ab


hihel: J 2, 3


hihelma: J 3


Hilay: Divine name: GH


hillebata: J 2


Hilujaseph: E


Himacth: One of the chief demons under Belzebut in Clavicules du Roi Salomon, Livre Troisieme, par Armadel




Hiniel: angel: BP 3c


Hipeton: K


Hipogon: Ab


Hipolepos: Ab


Hipolos: Ab


hiramay: J 3


hirbaionay: J 3


Hirih: Ab


hisihel: J 2


hisistos: J 2


hiskyros: J 5


Hismael: The spirit of Jupiter (OP2.22)


hisomomelyhon [s: hisonomelihon]: J 2


Hissam (aerial spirit): L2


hisychon [s: hysithon]: J 2




hizemazihe: J 2


hizgeocir [s: hizguor]: J 2




Hobraiym: L 3


hocho [s: hotho]: J 2


hocleiste (uel Athanathos): J 3


hocroel, hocroell (angel): J 1


hoctomegos [s: hoccomegos]: J 2


HOD: Divine name associated with Saturn and the Moon (OP2.22); K; L 4.


hoesemolas [s: hesemolas]: J 2


hofely (vel zozely) [s: Hosely]: J 4


Hofob: J 1, 5


hohalym: J 2


hoheihos: J 2


Hoi: GV


Holastri: Ab


Holba: Ab


Holbeke: J 1


holithos: J 2


Holom Jesodoth: Hebrew for the Sphere of the Elements. See OP2.13.


Holop: Ab


holopherno: J 2


Holy Ghost, the: J 1, 2, 5


Homadiel: K


homal: J 2


Homausion: Divine name: GH


homen: J 2


hometibymal [s: hometibimal]: J 2


Hominis: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH




Homonoreum: GV




homos: J 2


homuogenthon [s: honmou~ genthon]: J 2


homy: J 2


homyhal: J 2


Hon (vel Lynozathemos): J2; J 4


Hondehoyuz: P iii ix 3


hone: GV


honethe: J 2


honzimorib (vel horysmorb) [s: "Homzmorp" corrected from "Honzmab"]: J 4


honzmorib: J 5


Honzmorp: J 1, 5


hoparathos: J 2


Hoqeqiel: NS 178


horaciotos: J 2




horalathos [s: horalatos horetha horalothos]: J 2


Horamar: Ab


horamylichos [s: horamylithos]: J 2


Horanar: Ab


horay: J 2


horecha [s: horetha]: J 2


horel: J 2


Hores: J 5


Horha: J 1 ; J5


horiel: GV


horihos: J 2


Horiston (vel Horystyon) [s: Horistion]: J 4


Horlon (vel Cadion): J 1, 3, 5


Horminos: Ab


horpovaboceo [s: hornobahoceo]: J 2


horryon: J 1


Horta: G


Hosb: J 1, 5


hosbeke: J 5


Hosbor [s: Hostor]: J 4


hosbr: J 5


Hosel [s2: vosel]: J 4


Hosen: Ab


Hosga: J 1, 5


hosiel [s: hosyel]: J 2


hospitium: J 2


Hospsk: J 5


hosschyhon [s: hosschihon]: J 2


hostosion: J 2


hotanas [s: hetonas]: J 2


Hotarid: P iv vii 23


hotarins [s: hetarius]: J 2


Hotarit: P iii vii 32


hotheihos [s: hoteihos]: J 2


hothemegalon [s: hothomegalon]: J 2


hothos [s: hothes]: J 2


hoton: J 2


Hoviel: L 3


hozoperbiar: J 2




HSA (Heb. magic name): NS A17:28


Hshahshiel: angel: BP 3c


HShM (Heb. magic name): NS A17:28


HTTIH (Hebrew, name of Metatron in Enoch III, ch. 48D): NS 49


HTVOO (Heb., the "angel who was sent before Israel"): NS A16:22


huanathois [s: hitanathois]: J 2


Huaruyz: P iii ix 11


Huazfat: P iii vii 19


hubisenaar: J 3




Hueheyulyez: P iii x 9


Huenadul: P iii ix 11


Huenehenilez: P iii x 9


Hueryreliz: P iii x 14


Huetudiz: P iii x 10


Hueydez: P iii ix 15


Hueyfeduez: P iii x 14


Hueyquitaroz: P iii x 11


Hueytayroz: P iii x 9


Hueyz: P iii ix 7


Hugras: G


Huictiigaras: GV


Hujael: L 3


Humastrau (angel of first heaven): H


Humaziel: L 3


Humet: One of the demons in K3


Humots: GV


Huphaltiel (angel of the third heaven): H


Huratapal, hurathaphel (an angel of Sunday): J 5


huriel: J 2; NS 161


Hurlupapin: GH


Hursiel (aerial spirit): L2


husale: J 2


husurnhnut [s: husurnhu~t]: J 2


hutanathas [s: hycanathas]: J 2






HVA IZVTh IH IH IH (Heb. names written on the front plate of Aaron): NS 52


Hy: H


hy~bos [s: hymbos]: J 2


Hydriel: L 2


hyeyll: J 1


hyhanenyr [s: hilovenyr]: J 4


Hyla: Ab


hymacton: J 2


hymaliassenon: J 2


hymeylyn: J 1


hymon: J 2


hymycros [s: hymicros]: J 2


Hyn: H


hynaliha: J 2


Hyniel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Hyrys: Ab


Hytyz: P iii ix 6


hyzy: J 1


iabaioge: J 2


iabamiah [A: Iibamiah]: J 5


Iabamiah: J 5


iaboha: J 3


Iacô: TS


Iachadiel: K


iachar [s: Iathar]: J 2


Iacuhosia [s: ramhosia]: J 2


Iae: TS


IAH: Divine name associated with Saturn (OP2.22); K.


Iah Iah Iah: K


Iaha: K


Iahhel: J 5




Ialon: J 2


Iamai: Ab


Iamam [s: iamã]: J 2


iamaramos: J 2


Iambres: TS


Iameth: TS


Iammeze [s: iam~eze]: J 2


Iamozia: J 2


Iamye: J 2


Iamyhara (uel Hamyhamyharam) [s: Amyhara]: J 3


Ianemyer (vel Zanamyher): J1; J3; J5


Iannes: TS


ianua: J 2




Iaphat: K


iarachon: J 2


Iaran ('Iarán): Angel (or demon) of 21st hour of Tuesday: MTS


iaratham: J 2


Iaresin: Ab


iasamaht: J 2


iasol: J 2


Iassuarim: L 3




Iathama [s: iochama]: J 4


Iathôth: TS


Iax: TS


Iazabal: J 2


Iazamathan: J 4


Iazeriel: J 5


Ibajah: L 3


ibasil: GV


Ibulon: Ab


Ichdison: Ab


Ichthion: TS


Icosiel: L 2


Idael: J 1






Iealô: TS


iebasaly: J 3


Ibel: Magic words on sword, and in other operations: GH


ieblaray: J 2


iebozihel: J 3


iecely [s: ieceley]: J 4


iechampanidos [s: iethampanydos ietham panydos]: J 2


Iechar [s: "iethar"]: J 2, 3


iechoiaphor [s: iethosaphor]: J 2


iechomancha [s: iecomantha]: J 4


Iechonay [s: iethonay]: J 4


iechonomos [s: iethonomos]: J 2


Iechor [s: iethor]: J 2


iechori [s: iethori]: J 2


iechro [s: iethro]: J 2


iecnaphaton [s: ietna..]: J 2


Iecoharnampde [s: iecohornampda]: J 4


Iecologos [s: yetologos]: J 2


iecomagol: J 3


Ieconail [s: ietonail]: J 2


ieconomarum [s: "ieconomaril]: J 3


iecor: J 2


iecoragnos: J 2


iecormay: J 2


Iecornamas [s: iecornanas]: J 4


iecornazay: J 3


Iecornenay: J 4


Iecoruame [s: iecorname]: J 2


iecremai: J 2


Iecrohaly [s: iecrahaly]: J 4


Iecromagnos: J 2


Iecromal: J 4


iecromaym [s: ietromaym]: J 2


iecronamayhala: J 2


iecrosahal: J 2


iecrosamay [s: Ietosamay]: J 2


iegal: J 2


Iegemagnolon: J 2


Iegomaday: J 4


Iegonomay: J 4


Iegromos: J 2


ieguoram [s: "iegnorã"]: J 3


iehalragen [s: zehalrage~]: J 2


iehenas: J 2


iehenua [s: iehemia]: J 2


iehetmagay [s: iehennagay]: J 2


iehir: J 2


iehorna: J 2


Iehuiah [A: Iechuiah]: J 5


Ieiael: J 5


Ieiah: Name on pentacle: GH


Ieialel: J 5


Ieiazel [A:Ihiazel]: J 5


ieizobol: J 2


Ielahiah: J 5


Ielama: J 2


Ielamacrom: J 2


Ielamagar: J 2


ielesamen: J 2


Iôelet: TS


Ieliel: J 5


ielomiuctos [s: Ielomynctos]: J 2


iemalis: J 2


iemamoht [s: gemamoht]: J 2


iemay: J 2


iemazai: J 2


iemeamor : J 2


iemenay: J 2


Iemozihel [s: iemazihel]: J 2


Iemuri: Ab


iemymehel: J 2


Iemyrohal: J 2


ienazar: J 2


ienemeros: J 2


ienenegal: J 2


ienomos [s: genomos]: J 2


Ieô: TS




ieranyhel: J 2


ieraphay: J 4


ierasiai [s: ierafiai]: J 2


ierathayazai [s: ietachamazai]: J 2


Ierathel: J 5


Ieremabal: J 2


Ieremon (vel ysemon) [s: Seremon]: J1; J4; J5


Ieremyhel: J 2


Ierezonay [s: ietoronay]: J 4


iergohen: J 2


ieristo: J 2


Ierobalym: J 2


ierolen [s: serolen]: J 2


Ierolognos: J 2


ieromegnos: J 2


Ieropaêl: TS


ierothyhon: J 2


ierozabal: J 2


ierthon: J 2


iesagal [s: iosagat]: J 2


iesamahel [s: iesamshel]: J 2


iesamana [s adds iesamanay]: J 2


iesan [s: hazalzetã]: J 2


iesar: J 2


Iesel [R: lesel]: J 4


iesenenay [s: iesenemay]: J 2


iesmar: J 2


iesomabel: J 2


Iesomathon: J 4


iesse: J 2


Iessemon: Name on pentacle: GH


iessonay: J 2


ietemothon [s: iezemothon]: J 3


iethemathon: J 4


iethemuahos [s: iethenmahos]: J 2


iethohal: J 3


iethomagihal: J 2


iethonay [s: iethonas]: J 2


ietrafagon [s: iecrafagon]: J 2


Ietrinaiccho [s: ietrmantho]: J 2


Iezabal: J 2


Iezahel: J 2


Iezalel [A: Ieiazel]: J 5


Iezamathel [s: iezamamel]: J 2


iezamycrathon [s: iezanycathon]: J 2


Iezecromay: J 4


Iezeduhos: J 2


iezehator: J 4


iezel: J 4


iezelem: J 2


iezema: J 2


iezemalo: J 2


Iezemeloht: J 4


iezemo: J 2


Iezemon [s: lezemon]: J 2


iezemonos: J 4


iezemy: J 4


iezeragal [s: rezeregal]: J 2


iezerom [s: iezekom]: J 2


iezetihel: J 4


iezey: J 2


Iezibathel: J 2


Iezochor: J 4


iezolen: J 2


Iezolnohit: J 2


iezomay [s: zezomay]: J 2


iezorahel: J 2


Iezoramp [s: iezoray]: J 4


iezoro: J 2


Igarag: Ab


Igarak: Ab


Igarim: Ab


Igigi: Ab


Igilon: Ab


Igilon: Ab


Igis: Ab


Igurim: Ab


IH, Yah (Heb name of God): K; NS A17:11-16


Ihelur: J 1, 5




IHShVH, Yeheshuah (the mystic Hebrew Name for Joshua or Jesus): K




IHVH (Heb.Jehovah, name of God): A, Ab; NS A16:2, passim






IHVH, Tetragrammaton: K


IIAI, Yiai: K


Ijasusa'el: E


Ikon: Ab


Ikonok: Ab


Ilagas: Ab


Ilarak: Ab


Ilarax: Ab


Ilekel: Ab


Ilemlis: Ab


Ileson: Ab


Ilfiey: J 5


Ilioram: G


Illirikim: Ab


Illusabio: Magical word on twelfth ring in Douze Anneaux


Ilma: Name on circle: GH


ilnostreon: GV


Iloson: Ab


Ima (angel): H




Imagnon: Divine name: GH


Imago: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Imamiah: J 5






Imink: Ab


Immortalis: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


imperatrix: J 2


Imperiequertis: Magic word: GH


Impermutabilis: J 5


in substantia: J 5


Ina (angel): H


Inachiel (aerial spirit): L2


incõmensurabilis: J 5


incorruptibilis: J 5


ineffabilis: J 5




inestimabilis: J 5


Ingodum: Divine name: GH


inmense: J 5




Inokos: Ab


inuisibilis: J 5


Iobohe: J 2


Iochomeros [s: iethomeros]: J 2






Iod Jehovah: Name of God associated with Hochmah in OP2.13


Iogion: Ab


Iohabos: J 2


iohel: J 2


Ioht: J 1, 4, 5


Iole: J 2, 4


iolehelney [s: iolehemey]: J 2


iomorihel: J 2


Iomoyhot: J 2






IONIEL, one of the two Princes of the Universe: K


iosacchin [s: iosaithyn]: J 2


iosany: J 2


iosathin [s: iosathyn]: J 2


iose: J 2


Iosel: J 4


ioselimen: J 2


iosey: J 2


iosoihel: J 2


iotha: J 2


iothe: J 2


iothesezatha: J 2


iothileta: J 2


iotho: J 2


Iothosym: J 4


iothun [s: iothim]: J 2


Iotifar: Ab


Ioviel: A


Iozihon: J 2


Ipakol: Ab


Iparkas: Ab


Ipokys: Ab


Ipos: L 1


Ipreto: Divine name: GH


Iracundus: Divine name: GH


Irasomin: Ab


irasym [s: Irasim]: J 2


Irataton Divine name: GH


Irel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Irion: G


IRLY: Spirit invoked in construction of hand of glory: GH; GV


Irmanotzod: L 3


Irmasial: One of five demons under Satanachi in K3


Irmenos: Ab


Irminon: Ab


Iromas: Ab


Iromenis: Ab


IRPA (Heb. name of God): NS A17:8


Irroron: Ab


Isagas: Ab


Ischigas: Ab


Ischires: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Ischiron: Ab


Ischiros, Ischyros: G; GH; H




Isekel: Ab


Ishim: K


Isiael (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Isiel: K4


Isis: A


Irix: Ab


Isiamon: Ab


Isigi: Ab


iskyros [s: "yskyros"]: J 3


Ismael: Name on circle: GH


Ismoli (angel, minister of Samax): H


Istos ('Istós): Angel (or demon) of 13th hour of Sunday: MTS


Itael: L 3




Ithoth: TS


Ithuriel: K


Itmon: NS 162, 171


Itrasbiel (aerial spirit): L2


Itules (aerial spirit): L2


Iuar: Ab


iubiter (Jupiter): J 1


Iudal: TS


Iudarizê: TS


Iuestre (vel Celieste) [s: Yrestre]: J 4


Iuestre: J 1, 5


Iupiter (cf. Jupiter): P i iii 2; iv 33; v 1, 8, 13, 22, 27, 34; ii iii 6, 14, 15; vi 6, 7; x 3, 9, 15-18, 43-47, 58, 82; xii 4, 13, 15, 24, 35, 40, 42-46, 48, 50, 51, 55, 57; iii i 4; iii 2, 5, 11, 33; vii 2, 3,10, 18-22; ix 2, 12; xi 71; iv ii 20, 24; iv 5, 23, 40, 42, 44, 55, 57-59; v 11; vi 3; vii 1, 23; ix 59


Iupyter: J 5


iuste: J 5




Izamiel: L 3


Izashiel: L 3


Izozon: Ab


izthanacihe [s: izthamhihe]: J 2


Ja: H


Jaajah: L 3


Jaajeh: L 3


Jac: Divine name: GH


Jachiel: Ab; L 3


Jachoroz: L 3


JACOB: K; Divine name: GH


Jacum: Magic word: GH


Jadiel: L 3


Jael: L 3


Jafanym: L 3


Jagiel: L 3


Jah: GH; H; L 1, 2, 4


Jamedroz: L 3


Jameriel: L 3


Jampeluch: Magical word on tenth ring in Douze Anneaux


Jamua: G


Janael (angel of first heaven): H


Janastardy: Divine name: GH


Janediel: L 3


Janic: H


Janiel: H; L2 (aerial spirit); L3


Janna: G


Janofiel: L 3


Janor (second hour of day): H


Janothyel: L 3


Janua (Ianua): One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Japhael: L 3


Japhet: K


Japuriel: L 3


Jariahel (angel of the second heaven): H


Jashiel: L 3


Jasphiel: L 3


Jastrion: L 3


Jasziel (aerial spirit): L2


Jatael: L 3


Jatroziel: L 3


Javael: L 3


Javiel: L 3


Jaym: H


Jayon (10th hour of day): H


Jazel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Je: GV; H


Jebiel: L 3


Jechiel: L 3


Jefischa: L 3


Jehoshua: K


Jehova, Jehovah: GH; GV; L 1, 2, 3; OP2.12


Jehovah Elohim: Name of God associated with Binah in OP2.13


Jehovah Sabaoth: Name of God associated with Hod in OP2.13


Jehovam (=Jehova, name of God): G


Jeia: H


Jen: H


Jenaziel: L 3


Jeniel: L 3


Jenotriel: L 3


Jeqon: E


Jeresous (angel of the second heaven): H


Jermiel: L 3


Jesu: J 3; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Jesubilin: GV


Jesus-Christus: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Jet: GH


Jethim: J 2


Jetrel: E


Jezel: L 3


Jezisiel: L 3


Jmonyel: L 3


JOD HE VAU HE (=YHVH, Jehovah, qv): GV


Jod: GV; K4; L4


Johphiel: Intelligence of Jupiter (OP2.22)


Jomel: ms. variant of IONIEL: K


Jomjael: E


Jonadriel: L 3


Jophiel: OP2.13


Josata: GV


Joshua: K


Josta: GV


Joth He vau Deleth: J 1


JOTh: G; H; L 1


Jovial spirits: K


Joviel: A


Jumyel: J 1


Junyel: J 1


Jupiter: A, L 1, 3; T


Kabada: Ab


Kabersa: Ab


Kabriel: L 3


Kabshiel: NS 150, 173, 234, 236


Kachiel: L 3


Kadie (angel of the third heaven): H; K4


Kadolon: Ab




Kafles: Ab


Kafshiel: NS 237




KAILOETH: Magic word: GH; GV


Kaitar: Ab


Kaite (Kaîté): Angel (or demon) of 17th hour of Thursday: MTS


Kalgosa: Ab


Kalotes: Ab


Kameron: G


Kamiel: NS 232


Kamusel: Ab


Kamusil: Ab


Kaniston (Kanistôn): Angel (or demon) of 2nd hour of Tuesday: MTS


Kanops (Kanóps): Angel (or demon) of 22nd hour of Monday: MTS


Kanorsiel: L 3


Kaph: K




Kapnithen (Kapnithén): Angel (or demon) of 21st hour of Friday: MTS


Karatan (Karatán): Angel (or demon) of 8th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Karel: NS 66


Karelesa: Ab


Karer: J 5


Karex: J 1, 5


kariel [s: karihel]: J 2




Karron: L 3


Kasbeel: E


Kasdeja: E


Kasieref (Kasieréf): Angel (or demon) of 15th hour of Monday: MTS


Katanikotaêl: TS


Kataron: Ab


Kathos: L 3


Katini: Ab


Katolin: Ab


Katriel: NS 173


Katsin: Ab


Ke'el: E


Kedemel: The spirit of Venus (OP2.22)


Kefuya'el (Heb. KPVIAL, angel): NS A18:5


keineryon: J 1


Kele: Ab


Kelef: Ab


Kelen: Ab


Kemal: Ab


Keninya: NS 162


Keriam (Kêriám): Angel (or demon) of 4th hour of Saturday: MTS


Keriel (aerial spirit): L2


Kerub (angel): K


Kerub, (one of the four rulers of the Elements): K


Kerubiel: NS 237


Kerubim: K


kery: J 1


kesphiomoma: J 5






keyalyn: J 1


Keyhven: P iii vii 17


Khaniael: K


Kheel: L 3


Khil: GV


Khirot (Khirôt): Angel (or demon) of 18th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Kigios: Ab


Kiligil: Ab


Kilik: Ab


Kilikimil: Ab


Kingael: L 3


Kipokis: Ab


Kirabar: G


Kirie (Kirié): Angel (or demon) of 6th hour of Saturday: MTS


kiriel [A: Kyriel]: J 5


kirihel: J 2


Kirik: Ab


KIS: magic word that appears on pentacles in K4 and other sources


Klarimum: Divine name: GH


Klepoth: GV; K3 (alternate spelling: Kepoth)


Klic (or Kleim): One of the demons in K3 with dominion over earthquakes


Klippoth: GV


Klorecha: Ab


Klothod: TS


Klothon: TS


Kludun: TS


Kmiel: L 3


Kobada: Ab


Kobhan: Ab


Kogiel: Ab


Kokabel: E


Kokaviel: K


Kokolon: Ab


Kokphnêdismos: TS


Kolam: Ab


Kolan: Ab


kolfayelyn: J 1


Kolofe: Ab


Kopinos (Kopinós): Angel (or demon) of 16th hour of Thursday: MTS


Kore: Ab


Koronez: P iii vii 17


Kosem: Ab


Kphiel: L 3


KPVIAL (Kefuya'el Heb., angel): NS A18:5


Kradalos (Kradálos): Angel (or demon) of 6th hour of Friday: MTS


Kralym: L 3


Kranos: L 3


Kranoti: L 3


Kriel: L 3


Kronos: TS


Kshiel: L 3


Kumeatêl: TS


Kumentaêl: TS


Kunopaston: TS


kurgos: TS


Kursoel (Kursoél): Angel of Friday/Venus: MTS


Kurtaêl: TS


Kusiepotos (Kusiepotós): Angel (or demon) of 16th hour of Monday: MTS


Kutos (Kutós): Angel (or demon) of 12th hour of Saturday: MTS




KVKB, Kokav, Mercury: K


kyrion: J 2


kyris: J 2


Kyryos: J 1, 5


l: J 1


la: J 1


Laaval: Demon: GH


labana: J 1


labdaio: J 2


labelas: J 1


Laber: Magic word: GH


labimegas [s: labnnegas]: J 2


Labisi: Ab


Laboneton: Ab


Laboux: Ab


labyel: J 1


labynegual [s: labynegnal]: J 2


lacham [s: latham]: J 2


Lachatyl: Ab


Lachiel: L 3


lacramagnal [s: lacamagal]: J 2


lacyel or lantyel: J 1


ladaiedon: J 2


Ladiel (aerial spirit): L2


Ladrotzod: L 3


laell: J 1


laeradonyn: J 1


lafayel: J 1


lafyel: J 1


Lagasaf: Ab


Lagasuf: Ab


lagay: J 2


Laginx: Ab


Lagiros: Ab


Lahaqiel: NS 178, 211, 236


Lama (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Lamael (aerial spirit): L2


lamagil: J 2


lamah [A: Lauiah]: J 5


lamahyhel: J 2


Lamajah: L 3


lamal: J 2


Lamalon: Ab


lamam: J 2


lamamathios [s: lamathios]: J 2


lamanazamir [s: lamanazamyr]: J 2


Lamandy [s: lamandi]: J 4


lamar: J 2


Lamargos: Ab


Lamarhon: L 3


Lamarion: Ab


Lamas (aerial spirit): L2


Lambros (Lâmbros): one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b


Lamdomathon: J 4


Lamechalal: TS




Lamed: K


Lamediel: L 3




Lameht (vel Lameth) [s: Lameth]: J2; J3


lameley: J 2


lamely: J 2


lamen: J 2, 3


Lameniel (aerial spirit): L2


Lameros: L 3


Lamerotzod: L 3


Lamersy: L 3


Lameson: L 3


Lameth [s: Lameht]: J 2, 3


lamezai: J 2


Lamiara: J 5




Lamiel: L 3


lammaramos: J 2


Lamo: K4


lamochyamon [s: lamochiamon]: J 2


Lamolon: Ab


lamtara: J 1


lamua [s: lamna?]: J 2


Lamuanaht [s: lamnavaht]: J 4


lamuay [s: lamnay]: J 2


lamyara: J 5


lamyhar: J 2


lamyhel: J 2


lãmyhel: J 2


lanamyhel [s: iãnamyhel]: J 2


lanamyr [s has a bar over the an.]: J 2


lanar: J 2


lanaymos: J 2


Landa: Magic word: GH


landamelyhon: J 2


landamos: J 2


landelyn: J 1


landethe pharon [s: bandethepharon]: J 2


landothes: J 2


lanerecabal [s: laverecabal]: J 2


lang: J 1


Langael: L 3


Lanifiel: L 3


lanos: J 2


Lanoziel: L 3


lanpda [s has lanpda corrected to laupda]: J 2


lanpdan: J 2


lanpta: J 2


lanthamos: J 2


Lantrhots: L 3


lapdaas [s: lapdas]: J 2


lapdaihadon: J 2


lapdamozyhon [s: lapda mozihon]: J 2


lapdamylon: J 2


Lapheriel: L 3


Laphor (aerial spirit): L2


Laquel (angel of the second heaven): H


Larael (aerial spirit): L2


Laralos: Ab


Larfos (aerial spirit): L2


Larfuty: L 3


largitor: J 5


Lariel (aerial spirit): L2; L3


larmanail: J 2


Larmich: L 3


Larmol (aerial spirit): L2


Larphiel (aerial spirit): L2


laryagathyn: J 1


Las (aerial spirit): L2


Lashiel: L 3


Lastor (Lastór): Angel (or demon) of 18th hour of Thursday: MTS


latebayfanysyn: J 1


latham: J 2


Latiel: L 3


Latisten: H


latrityn: P i v 27


latumine: P i v 27


Lauday: GV


laymateram [s: laymatham]: J 2


laymos: J 2


layna: J 2


layralosyn: J 1


Lazaba (aerial spirit): L2


lazahemor: J 2




Lazamar [s: lazamair]: J 4


LBNH, Levanah, the Moon: K


lc: J 1


lebathon [s: lebachon]: J 2


Lebes: L 4


lebrachiel: J 1


Lecabel: J 5


leccos [s: lectos]: J 2


lechanagihel [s: lethanagihel]: J 2


Lechisihel: J 4


lechom [s: lethom]: J 2


lecton: J 2


Ledieha: Divine name: GH


Ledrion: GV


legelime, legelyme: J 2


legenale: J 2


legmes: J 2


Legomezon: J 4


Legomothay: J 4


Legornezon: J 4


legos: J 2


legyn: J 2


lehahiah [A: Lehachiah]: J 5


lehemuyos: J 2


Lehuz: P iii vii 27


Leiste (vel Trayeste) [s: Leyste]: J1; J4; J5


lelahel: J 5


lelalyon: J 1


lemahat: J 2


lemaht (uel Lenthath) [s: semaht]: J 2


lemaiho: J 2


Lemalon: Ab


lemar: J 2


Lemaron: L 3


lematalmay: J 2


lemay: J 2


lemdihon: J 2


Lemdomethon: J 4


lemdra: J 5


lemechiel [s: lemethiel]: J 2


lemegos: J 2


lemehyel [s: lemyhel]: J 2


Lemel: Ab


lemeliham [s: lemelih_u_m]: J 2


lemenron: J 3


lemesey: J 2


Lemodac (aerial spirit): L2


lemogethon: J 4


lemohot [s: lemehot]: J 2


Lemozar: L 3


lemozay [s: lemazai]: J 2


Lemur: L 3


lemyar: J 2


lenat [s: lenat corrected to levat]: J 2


lenayon: J 1


lenezothos [s: lenozothos]: J 3


Lengael: L 3


Leniel: Ab


Leo: J 1, 5; K; L 3; P i iv 11-13; v 16, 18, 24, 25, 32; ii ix 2; x 52, 54, 84; xi 15-17; xii 14, 39, 43-45; iii ii 6; iii 17; vii 40; ix 14; iv ii 6; vi 13; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


leonbon: J 2


leosamaht: J 2


leosamaty: J 2


leosemaht: J 2


Lepaca: Ab


Lepacha: Ab


lephez: J 2


lephons [s: lephorijs]: J 2


lephoris: J 2


leprehoc [s: leprohot]: J 2


leprodoz: J 2


lepyron: J 1


Leraje: L 1


Leraye: L 1


lesebator [s: lesehator]: J 4


Letahaymeriz: P iii ix 4


letahemor [s: lota..]: J 2


Lethasiel: J 4


lethellete, lethellethe: J 1, 5


lethomai [s: lethomay]: J 2


lethonas: J 2


lethos: J 2


letiel: J 2


letytyeylyn: J 1


leuiah, leuuiah, Leviah: J 5


Levanah: Hebrew for the Moon. See OP2.13, L 1.


Leviathan: Ab; E


Leviel: L 3


Leyelgane: P iv ix 65


Leyequerich: P iv ix 65


Leyequin: P iv ix 65


Leyequir: P iv ix 65


Leyeric: P iv ix 65


Leyerus: P iv ix 65


Leyexeris: P iv ix 65


leynaht: J 3


leyndra: J 1, 5


leyrayell: J 1


Leyste: H


lezahel: J 2


lezaydi: J 1


lezen: J 2


lezorial [s: lezorihal]: J 2


lhavala: GV


Liachidi: H; L 1


lialon: J 2


liamintho: GV


libares: J 1


libarre: J 1


liber: J 2


liberatrix: J 2


libes: J 5


Libiel (aerial spirit): L2


Libra: J 1, 5; K; L 3; P i iv 6, 16-18, 33; v 30; ii iii 9; x 56; xi 21-23; xii 20, 46, 55; iii ii 8; iii 19; v 3; vii 16; iv ii 8


Licanen: Ab


Ligilos: Ab


lihares [s: lyhares]: J 2


lihelma: J 3


Lilita: one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b, 25c


Lilith, the Demon Queen of debaucheries: BP 4b, 1c, 2c; K


LILIThA (Heb. name of angel or spirit): NS 22


lilium: J 2


Limer (Limér): Angel (or demon) of 19th hour of Friday: MTS


Lion-bearer: TS


Lior (Liór): Angel (or demon) of 24th hour of Thursday: MTS


liricom: J 5


Liriel: Ab


Lirik (Lirík): Angel (or demon) of 2nd hour of Saturday: MTS


Liriol: Ab


Lirion: Ab


Lirochi: Ab


Liroki: Ab


Lithidos (Lithidós): Angel (or demon) of 1st hour of Tuesday: MTS


lithon: J 3


liulay: J 5


Lobel: Ab


Lobquin (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Locater: Ab


loccosi [s: loctosy]: J 2


Loch [s: hazemeloth]: J 4


Lochos: J 4


lodeho: J 2


Lodiel (aerial spirit): L2


Lodir: GV


loeloon: J 1


loemgemar [s: lornigemar]: J 2


Loginar (Loginár): Angel (or demon) of 21st hour of Wednesday: MTS


Logos: J 4


Lomiol: Ab


Lomor (aerial spirit): L2


lomtecy [s: Iometety]: J 2


lomyht: J 2


Lon: J 2; Divine name: GH


lopheo: J 2


Loray (demon): G


Lord_of_glory: E


Lord_of_kings: E


Lord_of_Spirits: E


Lord_of_the_mighty: E


Lord_of_the_rich: E


Lord_of_wisdom: E


Loriol: Ab


Losimon: Ab


Losimon: Ab


Lotaym: Ab


lothanan: J 2


lothios: J 2


lothos: J 2


Loutzifer (Loutzifér, Loutzifer) Demon associated with the first hour of Wednesday, First Spirit of the East: MTS; see also Lucifer


loynar: J 2


LTBA (Heb. name of angel or spirit): NS 22


lubiras: J 5


lucharanochyn: J 4


Luciel (aerial spirit): L2


Lucifer (demon): Ab; G; GH; GV; K4; L 1; see also Loutzifer


Lucifuge, Lucifuge Rofocale (lit. the light-shunner) (demon, prime minister): G; K (Levi's "excerpt")


Luesaf: Ab


luetundium: J 5


Luhiel: NS 160


lulyaraf: J 1


lumen: J 2


Luna: J 2; L 1, 3; P i ii 4; iii 2; iv 1, 2, 6, 18, 31, 33; v 1, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11-14, 16-19, 23-25, 29, 31, 33, 34; vii 1; ii i 2; iii tit., 1-12, 14-16; v 3; vi 6, 7; x 8, 9, 35-38, 46, 52, 54, 74-79, 87; xii 11, 25, 36, 39-41, 43-45, 47, 49-51, 55-57, 59; iii i 9; iii 2, 10, 11, 33; vi 1; vii 8, 15, 32, 33; viii 1; ix 7, 11-15, 17; xi 1, 71, 96; iv ii tit., 1-10, 12, 14-17, 22, 25; iii 2; iv 4, 21, 34, 38, 41, 52, 55, 59, 64; v 11; vi 8, 13; vii 9, 20, 23, 31, 39, 41, 47; ix 29-49, 51-56, 64


Lunar spirits: K


Lundo: Ab


Lustifion: L 3


Lutais: GH


Lux: J 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Luziel (aerial spirit): L2


lx [R: lh]: J 1


ly: J 1


Lycurgos: TS


lyncodoneyl: J 1




maadon: J 1


maalyel: J 1


maarym: J 1


maasyell: J 1


Mabakiel: Ab


mabareylyn: J 1


Mabiel: L 3


Mabron: Divine name: GH


mabynt: J 1


Macader: P iv ix 58


macalon: J 2


Macariel: L 2




maccasor: J 1




machanon [s: mathanon]: J 2


machar: J 2


Machariel: L2 (aerial spirit)


Machasiel: H (angel of the fourth heaven)


Machatan: H


Machatori or Machator (angel): H


machelaglilos: J 2


Machen: H


Machidael: Magic word: GH


machitilon: J 2


Machmag: L 3


Machon: H


Maciem: P iv ix 59


macnayelyn: J 1


macratyf: J 1


macrya: J 1


madaaios [s: madiaaios]: J 2


Madadoel (Madadoél): Angel of Wednesday/Mercury: MTS


Madael: demon: GH


Madail: Ab


maday: J 1


Madiel: H; L 3


Madilon: GV


Madim: Hebrew for Mars. See K and OP2.13.


Madimiel: K


Madiniel: K4


madin: J 1


madoin: GV


Mador (aerial spirit): L2


madrat: J 1


Madriel (aerial spirit): L2


maduch: J 1


Madurez: P iii x 14


Mael: H; L 3


Mafalac: Ab


mafatyn: J 1


Mafayr (aerial spirit): L2


Mafri'el (Heb. MPRIAL, angel): NS A18:4


Mafriel: L 3; NS 58


Mafrus (aerial spirit): L2


maga: J 2


magaal: J 2


Magael (aerial spirit): L2


magal: J 2


Magalast: Ab


magalhamethor [s: Megal..]: J 2


magamagol: J 2


magdyell: J 1


magelhel [s: magel hel]: J 2


mageyoméne: TS


Maggid: Ab


magiel [s: hatamagiel]: J 4; L3


Magiros: Ab


Magnael: L 3


magnarht: J 2


Magni (aerial spirit): L 2


magnl [s: magul?]: J 2


magnol: J 2


Magnus (uel magnys): J 2


Magnus Homo: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


magnyuya: J 1


Mago: K4


Magog: Ab


magol: J 2


magos: J 1


Magot: Ab


Magoth: Ab


Magots: G


Magras: P iv ix 60


Magreuse: G


Magriel: Angel in K4


Maguth (angel, minister of Suth): H


Magyros: Ab


Mahabeyuz: P iii ix 4


Mahagnuz: P iii ix 14


Mahalalel: E


Maharahetym: P iii x 11


Maharaz: P iii vii 25; ix 3


mahasiah: J 5


mahatioten [s: mahatihoten]: J 2


Mahaty: P iii vii 21


Mahaz: P iii ix 12


mahaziel [s: mahazihel]: J 2


Maher: P iii vii 27


Maherimeyz: P iii x 9


Mahiel: L 3


Mahue (aerial spirit): L2


mãhy: J 1


Mahydebyz: P iii vii 25


Maiel: L 3


maihol: J 2




mairathal: J 2


Maisadul: Ab


Maithoth (Maithôth): Angel (or demon) of 3rd hour of Tuesday: MTS




Maius: P i v 27


Makael: L 3


Makalos: Ab


Makiel: angel: BP 3c


Malabed: Ab


Malach: Ab


Malachim, or the Kings: K


malamay [s: malamai]: J 2


Malaparos: J 4


Malapatas: J 4


malaquiram: J 1


Malcha: GH; GV


Malcha betharsism hed beruah schehalim: The Intelligency of the Intelligence of the Moon (OP2.22)


malchidael: J 5


Malchidiel: Angel ruling over Aries (OP2.14).


Malcho: L 3


Malgaras: L 2


Malgron (aerial spirit): L2


Malguel (aerial spirit): L2


Malhame: Divine name: GH


malichidael: J 5


malihagnathos [s: malihãgnathos]: J 2




Malkhiel: K




Maloht: J 1, 4, 5


Malphas: L 1


malquia: J 1


malquyel: J 1


malquyell: J 1


Maltiel (angel of the third heaven): H


Malutens: Ab


Malvita: one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b, 1c, 2c, 25c


malysan: J 1


mamail: J 2


Mames: Ab


mamiah [A: Mumiah]: J 5


mamica: J 1


Mamliel: NS 160


Mamounas (Mamounás): Angel (or demon) of 1st hour of Monday: MTS


mamyel: J 1


Man: J 1; Magic word: GH


manacham [s: manathã]: J 2


manadel [A: Monadel]: J 5


manay: J 2


mancyel: J 1


Mandesumini: G


Mandousin: GV


mandragores.: GV


mandyel: J 1


Maneloym: L 3


Maner (Manê) Angel (or demon) of 7th hour of Sunday: MTS


Maneyloz: L 3


Maniel (angel): BP 3c; (aerial spirit): L2


manos: J 2


Mansi (aerial spirit): L2


manstitan: J 5


Mantan: Ab


mantanius: J 1


Mantayriz: P iii x 12


Mantiens: Ab


Manties: Ab


manua: J 2


manuat: J 1


Manuel: L 3


manyhas [s: manyahas]: J 2


manyny: J 1


manyt: J 1


Maphueluz: P iii x 9


Mara smyt: P iii vii 36


maraama: J 2


marab: J 2


Maraca: K4


marachihel [s: marathihel nat]: J 2


Marachy: L 3


Marae (aerial spirit): L2


Marag: Ab


Marah: Ab


Maranton: Ab


Maranus: P iv ix 64


Maraos: Ab


Maras (aerial spirit): L2


marathal: J 2


marathos: J 2


maray: J 3


marayhathol: J 2


Marayuz: P iii ix 7


Marbas (demon): G; L 1


Marchiel: L 3


Marchosias: L 1


Marcius: P iv vii 43


marcurie (Mercury): J 1


Marderô: TS


Mardiel: L 3


Mareaiza[sl2731:Morcaza] (aerial spirit): L2


Marech: P iii vii 24


marenell: J 1


Mareso: GV


Marfiel: L 3


Marguns (aerial spirit): L2


marham: J 1


marhyll: J 1


maria genitrix: J 2


Marianu (aerial spirit): L2


Mariel: (angel): BP 3c; L2 (aerial spirit); L3


Marifiel: L 3


marimoe: J 1


Marinata: H


Marku: Ab


marmamor [s: marmamo]: J 2


Marmaraô: TS


Marmaraôth: TS


Marmarath: TS


marmaryn: J 1


Maroch: L 3




Maroth (aerial spirit): L2


marothon: J 2


marquesnam: J 1


Marrech: P iv vii 23


Mars: J 1, 5; L 3; P i iii 2; iv 2, 6, 31, 33; v 14, 18, 30; ii iii 8, 11,14, 15; vi 7; x 4, 9, 19-21, 28, 48-50, 83; xi 2, 3; xii 2, 12, 16, 23, 27, 37, 39-41, 43-45, 48, 50, 51, 55, 56; iii i 5, 6; iii 2, 6, 11; v 3; vii 4, 6, 11, 16, 23-25, 29, 36, 37; ix 3, 13; iv ii 21, 25; iv 7, 24, 32, 37, 41-43, 53, 55, 56, 59; v ii; vi 4, 13; vii 44; ix 60; T


Martial spirits: K


Martino: GV


Martlos: one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b, 25c


mary: J 1, 4, 5


marybyn: J 1


maryel: J 1


maryhel [s: marihel]: J 4


marylyn: J 1


Masadul: Ab


Masaub: Ab


Maseriel: L 2


Masgabriel (angel of the fourth heaven): H


Mashel (aerial spirit): L2


Masiel: L 3


Masloth: Hebrew for Zodiac. See OP2.13.


Massayel: GH


Massias: Divine name: GH (apparently a typo for Messias)


Mastuel (aerial spirit): L2


masulaef: J 1


masym [s: themaremasym]: J 2


matasignais (name of the Moon in Autumn): H; J 5


Matatam: Ab


mater: J 2


mathacon [s: mathathon]: J 2


mathar [s: Acathar]: J 2


matharihon: J 2


Mathiel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Mathlai (angel of the second heaven): H


mathois: J 3


Mathon: G; H (5th hour of night); J2; J4; K


mathyall: J 1


Matiel: L 3


Matiz: P iii ix 2




matraton: J 5


Matuyel (angel of the fourth heaven): H




Maxar: P iv ix 59


May: J 2; Divine name: GH


mayeylyn: J 1


Maylez: P iii ix 6


maymogos [s: naymogos]: J 2


Maymon (king, angel of the air ruling on Saturday): H


Maz: P iii ix 2


mazay: J 4


mazica: J 1


Maziel [s: gnaramaziel]: J 2; L2 (aerial spirit); L3


Mazpaz (Heb. MZPZ õôöî -- see below): K (Sl. 1307 and Sl. 2383).


MBKLThA (Heb. name of angel or spirit): NS 22


meahil: J 2


Mebahel: J 5


Mebahiah: J 5


Mebaschel: Ab


Mebbesser: Ab


Mebduliz: P iii x 9


Mebguedex: P iv ix 59


Mebhaer: Ab


Mebhasser: Ab


mechay [s: methay]: J 4


Mechebber: Ab


Mechiel: L 3


Meda: P iii vii 32


Medar (aerial spirit): L2


Medariuz: P iii x 14


Mediat (angel of the air ruling on Wednesday): H


Mediator: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Medicus: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Medikit (Mêdikit): Angel (or demon) of 4th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Medusiel: L 3


medyhos: J 2


Meegius: P iii vi 1


mefenyel: J 1


Megal: J 2, 3, 4


Megalak: Ab


megale: J 2, 3


megall [s: megalis]: J 4


Megalleh: Ab


Megalogim: Ab


megalon: J 4


megalos: J 2


Megalosin: Ab


megnon: J 2


megon: J 2


megonhamos: J 2


megos: J 2


megual [s: "megnal"]: J 3


meguon [s: "megnon"]: J 3


megus: J 2


Mehahiah: J 5


Mehalalel: angel: BP 3c


Mehe: P iii vii 33


mehekiel [A: Mecheiel]: J 5


Mehendiz: P iii ix 6


Mehenediz: P iii ix 13


Meheyediz: P xii ix 3


mehisrampna: J 4


meholim [s: mehohin]: J 2


Mehyelus: P iv ix 64


Mehyras: P iv ix 60


Meichidael.: GV


Meklboc: Ab


Mekhmeth (Mekhméth): Angel (or demon) of 22nd hour of Sunday: MTS


Mektimanas (Mektimanás): Angel (or demon) of 10th hour of Monday: MTS


melahel: J 5




Melamod: Ab


Melamud: Ab


Melanas: L 3


melany: GV


Melas: J2; L2 (aerial spirit)


Melcha (aerial spirit): L2


Melchal: TS


melche: J 1, 5




Melchidael: Angel: GH; GV


MELCHIOR: Spirit invoked in construction of hand of glory: GH; GV


Melchon (aerial spirit): L2


Mel'ejal: E




Meletaz: P iii ix 7


Melhaer: Ab


Meliel (aerial spirit): L2


meliha: J 3


Melkejal: E


Melna: Ab


melos: J 2


Melpifron (Melpifrón): Angel (or demon) of 1st hour of Thursday: MTS


Melrotz: L 3


Mêltô: TS


melyon [s: melion]: J 2


melyson: J 1


Mem: K


Memakhth (Memákhth): Angel (or demon) of 6th hour of Monday: MTS


Membrot: G




memmamiccos [s: menmamitos]: J 2


Memnolik: Ab


memomiccos [s: memomittos]: J 2


memothemath: J 2


memyel, memyell: J 1


mena [s: menya]: J 2




Menador (aerial spirit): L2


Menail: One of the demons in K3


Menarchos: L 3


Menariel (aerial spirit): L2


Menarym: L 3


Menas: L 3


Menasiel: L 3


Mendrion: L 3


menehon: J 4


Menemeyduz: P iii x 8


Menesiel: L 3


Menhueriz: P iii x 11


Meniel [A: Menkiel]: J 5; L3


Menolik: Ab




Menoriel: L 3


menya: J 2


Menydez: P iii x 9


meon: GV


mepathon: J 2


Merach (aerial spirit): L2


Meras (aerial spirit): L2


Merasiel (aerial spirit): L2


merassamaty [s: merasamacy]: J 2


meray: J 4


Meraye: Divine name: GH


Mercoph: L 3


Mercurial spirits: K


Mercurius: P i iii 2; v 23, 28, 33; ii iii 6, 14, 15; v 3; vi 7; x 7, 9, 31-34, 68-73, 86; xi 2; xii 6, 8, 17, 22, 31, 33, 40, 44, 49, 55; iii i 6, 8; iii 2, 9, 11, 33; vii 7, 14, 32; ix 6, 16; iv ii 8, 10, 17, 21, 24; iv 26, 34-36, 44, 55, 56, 59; v 11; vi 7, 10; vii 48, 61; ix 63


Mercury: J 1, 5; L 1, 3; T


Meresyn: L 3


Merhuyez: P iii ix 6


merhyll: J 1


Meriel: L 3


merkernon: J 1


merkerpon: J 5


merloy: GV


Mermo: Ab


Merniz: P iii ix 17




Merosiel (aerial spirit): L2


Meroth (aerial spirit): L2




Mersilde: GV




Mertiel (or Inertiel): One of the demons in K3 with dominion over transportation


meryel: J 1


merygall: J 1


Mesaf: Ab




Mesial: L 3


Mesriel: L 3


Messah (typo for Messiah?) Name on pentacle: GH


Messamarathon (vel Azeffamadathon): J 4


Messiach: K


Messias: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH; G; J 1, 5


Messies: Divine name: GH (evidently a typo for Messias, q.v.)


messihel: J 2


messyas: see Messias


Metafel: Ab


Metathiax: TS


METATRON (great angel, who is the Prince of the Angels): GV, K; NS 49, 162, 213 OP2.12 (also spelled Metattron)


Metayruz: P iii x 9




methalamathon: J 2




methonomos: J 2


methos: J 2


Methraton: K


Methridan (Methridán): Angel (or demon) of 23rd hour of Sunday: MTS


Metiel: L 3


Metlurez : P iii x 8


Metnegayn: P iv ix 61


metorylyn: J 1


Metoseph: Ab


Metosite: GV




Metziel: L 3


Meviel: L 3


Mexifron (Mexifrôn): Angel (or demon) of 11th hour of Monday: MTS


Meyefurez: P iii x 11


Meyer: P iv ix 63


Meylus: P iv ix 62


Meyneluz: P iii ix 7


Meytaryz: P iii ix 15


Meyurneyz: P iii x 9


MH (Heb. magic name): NS A17:25


MHDR (Heb. "splendid", an epithet of God): NS A17:29


MHVDR (Heb. "splendid", an epithet of God): NS A17:29


Miag (Miág): Angel (or demon) of 9th hour of Wednesday: MTS


micemya [s: mtemya]: J 2


Michael [Heb. MIKAL; A: Mihael, Mikael, Michaêl] (archangel): A; BP xxix, 3c; E; H; J 1, 2, 5; K; L 1, 3; NS (passim); OP2.12; P iv vii 23; T; TS; Angel of Sunday/the Sun, (Micahl) MTS


michathon: J 5


Michiael: GV


micho [s: mycho]: J 2


michoyn [s: mycholhyn]: J 2


micron [s: mitron]: J 2


MIDAEL Chief and Captain of the Celestial Army: K


Midot: NS 95


Miduch: name of demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 4b, 6b


Miel: H; J 5; L 3




Migaroth: magic word in K3


Mihel: J 5; L 3


Mihyraz: P iii ix 13


MIKAL (Michael, Heb., angel): NS A18:5


Miliom: Ab


Milki'el: E


Millant: One of the magic words to counter headache: GH


Milliel (angel of the second heaven): H


Milon: Ab


Miltas: P iv ix 64


Miltaz: P iii ix 17


Mimosa: Ab


minathil [s: mynathil]: J 2


Minosel: H




Miqon: NS 162


Mirach: K4


MIRAEL Chief and Captain of the Celestial Army: K


Mischiros: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


miserecordia: J 5


misericordiæ: J 5


misericordiam: J 2


misertrix: J 2


Mishael: NS 161, 234


Misiel (aerial spirit): L2


Missabu (angel, minister of Arcan): H


Misteri: P iii vii 19, 21


Mitey: G


Mitrathon: G


Mitraton: GV; H (angel of the second heaven)


Mizrael: J 5


MPVAR (An epithet of God): NS 18.


MLK (Heb. King, an epithet of God): NS A1:24; A3:1,3, passim


MLVIThA (Heb. name of angel or spirit): NS 22


mochora [s: mothora]: J 2


moderiel: J 5


Modiat (angel of the air ruling on Wednesday, var. of Mediat): H


mogal: J 2


Mokaschef: Ab


Molael (aerial spirit): L2


Molin: Ab


Moloch: K; TS


Momel (aerial spirit): L2




momoht [s: memoht]: J 2


Monachiel: K


Monael (aerial spirit): L2


Monasiel: L 3


mone [= Moon]: J 1, 5


monhon: J 1, 3, 5


Monikonet (Monikonét): Angel (or demon) of 15th hour of Thursday: MTS


monocogristes: J 3


monorail: J 2


Monosriel: J 5


monoym: J 5


montazyn: J 1


montyelyn: J 1


monychyon: J 1


monyham: J 2


monyteon: J 1


Moon, moone: E; J 1, 5; L 1, 3; T; TS


Moracha (aerial spirit): L2


Morael (aerial spirit): L2


Morail: GV


Morax: L 1


morayeyll: J 1


Moreh: Ab


Morel: Ab


Morias (aerial spirit): L2


Moriel (aerial spirit): L2


Morilen: Ab


Morilon: Ab


morothochiel [s: morothothiel]: J 2


Mortoliel (aerial spirit): L2


Moschel: Ab


most_secret_ones: E


mothana [s: mochana]: J 2


motheham: J 2


Mouelta: one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b


Moym, Moyn: G


moys: J 4


Moziel (aerial spirit): L2


Mozm (var. of Moym): G


MPRIAL (Mafri'el Heb. angel): NS A18:4


MRKBIATh (Heb. name of God): NS A17:9


MSA (Heb. magic name): NS A17:27


Mubrynayz: P iii ix 17


Mudirel (aerial spirit): L2


Mugiens (les Mugiens): GH


Mulach: Ab


mulier: J 2


Mulin (Múlin): Angel (or demon) of 20th hour of Friday: MTS


Munefiel (aerial spirit): L2




Murahe (aerial spirit): L2


Muriel: Angel ruling over the Zodiacal sign of Cancer (OP2.14). Also J5; K.


Murmur: L 1


Mursiel: L2 (aerial spirit); L3


muryon: J 1






Musiniel (aerial spirit): L2


Musiriel (aerial spirit): L2


Musisin: GV


Musor (aerial spirit): L2


Mustery: P iv vii 23


Musuziel (aerial spirit): L2


muthon: J 2


Muviel: L 3


myacha: J 1


mybacaiab [s: mybancaiab]: J 2


mybhahal [s: nybahal]: J 2


mychael: J 5


mychathomos: J 2


mychaze: J 1


mychyn: J 2


mycracosmos [s: myc_a_cosmos]: J 2


mycraton: J 1


myeraton: J 1


mygerozoma [s: nygerozoma]: J 2


myhabal: J 2


myhamy: J 3


myhayhos [s: myhaylos]: J 2


myhel: J 5


myheon: J 2


myheragyn: J 2


myheromos [s: myleromos]: J 2


mymyhel: J 2


mynab: J 2


mynael: J 1


mynamchanamaycha [s: mynãtanamaytha]: J 2


mynaron: J 2


Mynymarup: Ab


myphos [s: nyphos]: J 2


myrahel: J 2


myrecagil: J 2


myremoht: J 2


Myrezyn (aerial spirit): L2


Myrmo: Ab


myryel: J 1


myschyel: J 1


myssyn: J 1


mytinab [s: mythynab]: J 2


MZH (Heb. magic name): NS A17:24


MZPZ (Name of God, Heb. õôöî): BP and see Gollancz' introduction, p. xii discussing the Ring of King Solomon. This mystical name "occurs in other works of a similar nature as a transposition of letters for the Tetragrammaton (JHVH) äåäé according to the principle ù''á ú''à, i. e. the interchange of the first and last letter, the second and last but one letter, and so on of the Hebrew alphabet. Thus: M (î) would stand for J, Z (ö) for H, P (ô) for V and Z (õ) for H — hence JHVH (äåäé)."


Naajah: L 3


naamab: J 1


naaseyn: J 1


Nabam: Demob: GH


Naberius: L 1


Nabhi: Ab


nabnell: J 1


naboon: J 1


nabramala [s: nahamala]: J 2


nabsuf: J 1


nabyafsyn: J 1


nabyalyn: J 1


naccameryf: J 1


nacery: J 1


nachairo [s: nachano]: J 2


nachall: J 1


nachama [s: nathama]: J 4


Nacheran: Ab


Nachiel: The intelligence of the Sun (OP2.22)


naclya: J 1


nacpas: J 1


nactif: J 1


Naderabar [s: vaderabar]: J 4


Nadrel (aerial spirit): L2


Nadriel: L 3


Nadroc (aerial spirit): L2


Nadrusiel (aerial spirit): L2


nadys: J 1


nafac: J 1


Naffayz: P iii x 8


naffreynyn: J 1


nafya: J 1


Nagael: L 3


Nagan: Ab


Nagani: Ab


Nagar: Ab


Nagedarom [s: vagedarom]: J 4


nagem: J 2


nagenay: J 2


Nagid: Ab


Nagoa: King of the East: GH


nagron: J 1


Nahalon: L 3


Nahaym: P i iv 21


Nahema, the Demon of Impurity: K


Nahiel (aerial spirit): L2


nahuzihis: J 2


Najin: Ab


Nalael (aerial spirit): L2




namacar: J 2


Namael: L 3


Namalon: Ab


namathar: J 4


Nambroth: Demon: GH


Nameal: L 3


Namedor: L 3


Nameron: L 3


Nameroyz: L 3


Nameton: L 3


Namiros: Ab


namor [s: namar]: J 2


namylyn: J 1


Nanael: J 5


nanagen [s: navagen]: J 2


Nangariel: K


Nanitaynuz: P iii x 8


nanyseyorar: J 1


Naphael: L 3


napybael: J 1


Naquirus: P iv ix 61


nar: J 5


naragal: J 2


Naras (aerial spirit): L2


narath: J 1


naratheos: J 2


narbeyll: J 1


Narcoriel: L 3


Nardac: One of the magic words used in a spell to prevent eating: GH


Narel: E


nargeron: J 1


nariel (or vriel): J 5


Narmiel (aerial spirit): L2


Naromiel (angel of the fourth heaven): H


narraabylyn: J 1


Narsial (aerial spirit): L2


Narzael (aerial spirit): L2


Nasael: L 3


Nascelon: Ab


Nasi: Ab


nascyasori: J 1


Nasiniel (aerial spirit): L2


Nasnia (3rd hour of day): H


Nasnia: K


naspaya: J 1


naspyell: J 1


nassa: J 1


nassam: J 1


Nassar (aerial spirit): L2


Nastegeon: J 5


Nastoriel: L 3


Nastros (aerial spirit): L2


Nastrus: L 3


Nastul: L 3


nastyfa: J 1


nasyby: J 1


nasyel: J 1


Natalon (12th hour of day): H


Natalis: Ab


Nataniel: NS 236


Naôth: TS


Nathalon: K


natham: J 2


nathanathoy: J 5


nathaniel: J 5


nathanothasy: J 1


nathanothay: J 5


natharathon: J 2


Nathath: TS


Natheel: L 3


nathi: J 1, 5


Nathmiel: L 3


nathoes [s: nathes]: J 2


Nathriel (aerial spirit): L2


Natolico: Ab


natryel: J 1


Naveriel: L 3


Naveron: L 3


Naveroz: L 3


Naviel: L 3


Naycahua: P iii ix 11


Naydrus: GV


naylyn: J 1


naym [s: ietharnaym]: J 2


nazaihemaht: J 3


naziathos [s: nazihathos]: J 2


nazihacol: J 2


nazihatel: J 2


NDBAL (Nedav'el, Heb., angel): NS A18:5


neapry: J 1


Nearach: Ab


Nebiel: NS 217


Nebiros (demon, maréch. de camp.): G


Nebirots: GV


necad: J 1


necamya: J 1


nechamyha: J 4


nechir: J 5


Nechorym: L 3


neciel: J 5


Necol: P iv ix 39


necpys: J 1


Nedabor: L 3


Nedarym: L 3


Nedav'el (Heb. NDBAL, angel): NS A18:5


Nedeyrahe: P iv ix 34


Nedriel (aerial spirit): L2


Nedroz: L 3


Nedruan: L 3


nedylar: J 1


nedyr: J 1


Nefarym: L 3


Neforuz: P iii x 12


Nefrias: L 3


Nefthada: TS


negal: J 2


negemar: J 2


negemezihol: J 2


Negen: Ab; J 2


negero: J 2


neginather: J 2


negiogge [s: negioggen]: J 2


Nehariel: Angel in K4


Nenisem: Ab


negon: J 2


negora: J 2


neguabel [s: negnabel]: J 2


nehehom [s has nehehom corrected to vehehom]: J 2


nehel: J 2


nehihahon: J 2


nehubaell: J 1


nekyff: J 1


Nelapa (angel of the second heaven): H


nelchael [A: Nelkael]: J 5


Neliel: L 3


nelomannathar [s: velomanathar]: J 3


neloreos mohan [s: velozeosmohu; the "u" has an "n" written above it.]: J 3


nelos: J 2


Nemamiah: J 5


Nemariel (aerial spirit): L2


nemenomas [s: nemenomos]: J 2


nemenomos: J 2


nenanryn: J 1


neodamy: J 2


neomahil: J 2


neomail: J 2


neothatir: J 2


nepenyelyn: J 1


Nephalez: P iii x 14


Nephilim or Voluptuous Ones;: K


Nephthada: TS


neptaliam: J 5


Neqael: E


Nerastiel: L 3


Nercamay: Ab


Neriel (aerial spirit): L2; NS 160


Nermas: L 3


Nerohin: magic word in K3


Neron (9th hour of day): H; K


nerothinay: J 2


Nesbiros: GV


Neschamah: Ab


nesfis: P iv 27


nesgnyraf: J 1


Nesisen: Ab


Nestabor: K4


Nestoriel: L 3


Nestorii: L 3


Nestoroz: L 3


Neszomy: L 3


nethi: J 2


Netoniel: K; K4


Netos (7th hour of night): H; K




neyeyll: J 1


neynehos [s: phateneyneos]: J 2


Neyrgat: P iv ix 62


niangaroryn: J 1


nidar: GV


Nierier (Nieriér): Angel (or demon) of 21st hour of Thursday: MTS


Nifon (Nifôn): Angel (or demon) of 17th hour of Friday: MTS


Nikem (Nikém): Angel (or demon) of 5th hour of Saturday: MTS


Nikon (Nikôn): Angel (or demon) of 15th hour of Sunday: MTS


Nilen: Ab


nili: J 5


Nilima.17: Ab


Nilion: Ab


Nimalon: Ab


Nimerix: Ab


nimieri: P iv 27


Nimirix: Ab


Nimorup: Ab


Nintiaf (Nintiáf): Angel (or demon) of 16th hour of Sunday: MTS


Niokhel (Niokhél): Angel (or demon) of 18th hour of Monday: MTS


Nisa: GV


nisan: J 1


nisquem: J 1


Nistik: Angel (or demon) of 11th hour of Sunday: MTS


Nithael: J 5


nitthaiah: J 5


nm [s: vm]: J 1


Noaphiel: K


Noard: GV


Nodar (aerial spirit): L2


noelma: GV


Noga: Hebrew for Venus. See OP2.13 and J 1


Nogah: Ab


Nogahiel: K


Nogar: Ab


Nogen: Ab


Noguiel (aerial spirit): L2


nohorim: P iv 27


Nolicheil: J 5


Nolom: Ab


nomemal: J 2


nomeros: J 2


Nominon: Ab


nomios: J 5


nomygon: J 1, 5


norizane: J 2


noryel: J 1


nosmyel: J 1


nosulaceps: J 1, 5




nothi: J 5


Notiser: Ab


Novissimus: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


noymos: J 1, 5


noynemal: J 2


Nuberus (demon): G


nubes: J 2


Nudeton: Ab


Nuditon: Ab


Nufeneguediz: P iii vi 1


Nun: K


nupuryn: J 1


Nuriel: angel: BP 3c; NS 173, 202, 234


nuthaiah [A: Nithhaiah]: J 5


Nuthon: Ab


nutrix: J 2


nuyym: P iv 27


NVGH, Nogah, Venus: K


nyazpatael: J 1


nybyryn: J 1


nycheos: J 2


nycromyhos.: J 2


nydeht: J 2


nydoccicib [s: nydocricib]: J 2


nyenyolyn: J 1


nyguedam: J 1


Nymphes (class of spirits): A


nyrylyn: J 1


nysan: J 1


nytheromathum: J 2


nyzozoronba [s: nyzozoroba]: J 2


oadyon: J 1


Oarios: G


Oaspeniel (aerial spirit): L2


Obagiron: Ab


Obdadia (vel Abladya) [s: Abbadya]: J 4


Obedama: Ab


Obedamah: Ab


Obizuth;: TS


Obu: Divine name: GH


Occinomos: K


Occymomos (name of God): J 1, 5


Occymomyon: J 1, 5


occynonenon: J 5


Och (Olympic spirit of the Sun): A


Ochothas: J 5


Ocleiste, ocleyste: J 1, 5




OCTINOMOS (name of the conjurer): H; L 1, L 2


October: P iv vii 24


Octynnomos: J 5


Odax: Ab


Odiel (aerial spirit): L2


Oemiel (aerial spirit): L2


Ofafiel, Ofafi'el (Heb. VPPIAL, angel): NS A18:4, p. 58


Ofetes ('Ofétês): Angel (or demon) of 14th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Ofisiel (aerial spirit): L2


Ogia: Divine name: GH


Ogilen: Ab


Ogologon: Ab


ohoc: J 1


Ohodos: K4


Oholem: Ab


Okhlor ('Okhlór): Angel (or demon) of 2nd hour of Thursday: MTS


Okirgi: Ab


Okiri: Ab


Ol: L 3


Ola�ky: Ab


Olemdemis: Divine name: GH


Olisermon: Ab


OLIZ (Heb. name of God): NS A17:10


Olosirmon: Ab


olyab: J 1


Olyaram: G


olydeus: J 1, 5


olyeyll: J 1


Olympic Spirits (class of angels): A


Omael: J 5


Omages: Ab


Omagos: Ab


Omalharien: L 3


Oman: Ab


Omary: L 3


omaza (vel Phet): J 4


Ombalafa: Ab


Ombalat: Ab


Ombonar: J 1, 5


Omedriel: L 3




Omeliel: K


Omeliet: K4


Omerach: L 3


Omet: Ab


Omiel (aerial spirit): L2


omis [s: onus]: J 2


Omnipotens: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


omor: GV


Omyel (aerial spirit): L2


omyell: J 1


OMIAL (`Ami'el, Heb., angel): NS A18:5


On: Name of God: Dz; GH; GV; H; J 1, 5; K; L 1, 2, 3; One of the magic words to counter pleurisie: GH


onath: J 5


onay: J 5


Onayepheton: K


Onei: Ab






Onera: G


Oneypheon: K


onfilmetoii: J 5


onlepot: J 5


Onoitheon, Onoytheon: J 5


Onoskelis: TS


onoxyon (angel of the day of Saturn): J 1


Onoytheon (name of God): J 1




OOH (Heb. name of Metatron in Enoch III, ch. 48D): NS 49


Ooukh ('Ooúkh): Angel (or demon) of 14th hour of Thursday: MTS




Ophaniel: OP2.12


Ophannin: E


ophicen: J 5


Ophiel: A (Olympic spirit of Mercury); K


Opilm: Ab


Opilon: Ab


Opios ('Opiós): Angel (or demon) of 14th hour of Sunday: MTS


Opnax ('Opnáx): Angel (or demon) of 24th hour of Wednesday: MTS


opron: J 5


Opun: Ab


Opyron: J 1, 5


oragon: J 2


Orariel (aerial spirit): L2


Orasim (var. of Brasim): G


Orax ('Oráx): Angel (or demon) of 17th hour of Sunday: MTS


orchyne: J 1


orfyell: J 1


Orgosil: Ab


OrHa: J 5


Orian ('Orián): Angel (or demon) of 17th hour of Tuesday: MTS


Orias: L 1


Oriel: A; G (demon?); L2 (aerial spirit); L3


Oriens: Ab; King of the East, and third spirit to be called according to An Excellent Booke of the Arte of Magicke (Ad. 36674, fol. 48r)


Oriet: GV


Orifiel: K3; T. On Orifiel, see also Johannes Trithemius, De Septem Secundeis, 1508 and Steganographia, Book 3.


Origatiumgu: Divine name: GH


Origo: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Orinel: Ab


Orinos ('Orinós): Angel (or demon) of 3rd hour of Thursday: MTS


Orion: J 1, 5


oriphiel: J 5


oristion, Oristyon: J 1, 5


ORISTON: H; L 1, 2; Name of God: GH


Orjares: E


orleunyon: J 1


Ormael: L 3


Ormas: L 3


Ormenu (aerial spirit): L2


Ormezyn: L 3


Ormion: Ab


Ormonas: Ab


Ormyel: L 3


Ornai ('Ornaî) Angel (or demon) of 2ndt hour of Sunday: MTS


ornath: J 5


Ornias: TS


Ornich (aerial spirit): L2


Orniel ('Orniél): Demon of Thursday/Jupiter: MTS


Orobas: L 1


Oroia: Ab




Oroya: Ab


Orpaniel: NS 150


Orpemiel (aerial spirit): L2


Orphaniel: H


orpheniel: J 5


Orphiel: L 3


Orphitue: Name of God: GH




ortophagon: J 2


ortus: J 2


oryel, oryell: J 1, 5


Oryhel: J 1, 5


Oryn (aerial spirit): L2


orynyn: J 1


oryon: J 5


Oryoram: G


os: J 5


Osael (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Osanna: J 5


Ose: L 1




Osmadiel: L 3


Osmie ('Osmié) Angel (or demon) of 8th hour of Sunday: MTS


osmyn: J 1


Osogyon: Ab


Ossidiel (aerial spirit): L2


Osurmy: GV


Ot: NS 201


Otheos: J 2, 4, 5; L 1; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Othie: G


Othiel (aerial spirit): L2


Otim (aerial spirit): L2


OTTO: Magic word on amulet: GH


Oualielo (Oúalielô): Angel (or demon) of 22nd hour of Thursday: MTS


Ougariel (Ougariel) (angel of Monday/the Moon): MTS


Ouia: G


Ouistos (Oúistós): Angel (or demon) of 14th hour of Monday: MTS


Ouniferitousz (Oúniferitoúsz): Angel (or demon) of 24th hour of Friday: MTS


Ouril (Oúríl) (angel of Tuesday/Mars): MTS


Ourer (7th hour of day): H; K


ourylyn: J 1


Outael (Oútaêl): Angel (or demon) of 8th hour of Thursday: MTS


Ouyar: GV


Ovis: J 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH




paafyryn: J 1


Paajah: L 3


paamyel: J 1


Pabel (angel of the fourth heaven): H


Pachahy: Ab


Pachei: Ab


Pachid: Ab


paciencia: J 5


pacifica: J 2


pacrel: J 1


pacrifon: J 1


pactryell: J 1


pacyta: J 1


Padiel: L 2


Pafesla: Ab


Paffran (angel, minister of Samax): H


Pafiel (aerial spirit): L2


Pagalust: Ab


Pagat: NS 211


pagnlan: J 1


pahaliah: J 5


Pahamcocyhel: J 5


pahanitoriel: J 5


Paimon (AKA Paymon): King of the North, Ab; King of the Northwest: L 1, W


Paimoniah: K


Pakid: Ab


palathoros [s: pallathoros]: J 2


Pallantre: GH


palliticatos [s: pallititatos]: J 2


paltamus: J 1




paltifur: J 1


paltnya: J 1


palyel: J 1


palylet: J 1


palytam: J 1


Pamachiel: Angel in K4




pamhynyel: J 1


pamilihel [s: pamylihel]: J 2


Pammon: L 3




Pamory: L 3


pamphilos: J 2


Pamyel: L 3


Pan: GV


Panael: L 3




panconuegos [s: pancomnegos]: J 2


Pandiel (aerial spirit): L2


Pandoli: Ab


Pandor (aerial spirit): L2


Pandroz: L 3


panetheneos: J 2


Panezur: L 3


Pangael: L 3




Paniel: L2 (aerial spirit); L3; NS 240


Panis: J 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH




panten: J 1


panteron: J 1


pantheon: J 1, 5


Pantheriel: Angel in K4




panyon: J 1


paphalios: J 2




Paqmiel: NS 203


Parabiel (aerial spirit): L2


parachbeyll: J 1


Parachmon: Ab


Paracle: Magic word: GH


Paracletos: H


PARACLETUS: L 1; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Paraclitus: J 1, 5


Paramor: Ab


paramyhot [s: paramyhoc]: J 2


paranyemol: J 5


Paras (aerial spirit): L2


Parasch: Ab


Paraschon: Ab


Paraseh: Ab


Parasiel: K; K4


Pareht: Ab


Parek: Ab


Parelit: Ab


parhaya: J 1


Pariel (aerial spirit): L2


Parinoscon: G


parithomegos: J 2


Parius (aerial spirit): L2


Parmatus: Ab


Parniel: L2 (aerial spirit); L3


paron: GV


Parsifiel (aerial spirit): L2


Partus: Divine name: GH


Parusur: Ab


paryel: J 1


paryneos [s: parineos]: J 2


Parziel: L 3


Pasiel: L 3


Paskarbuel: NS 150


Pasniq: NS 171


pasntes: J 5


Pasriel: L 3


passamaht: J 2


pastama: J 1


Pastor: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH




pataceron: J 1


pataron: J 1


Pater: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH






Pathiel: NS 160, 178


Pathier (aerial spirit): L2




Patid: Ab


Patiel: L2 (aerial spirit); L3


Patir: J 2, 3, 4


patnelyn: J 1


Patrozyn: L 3


patyel: J 1


Paul (Saint): K




Paymon (AKA Paimon, King of demons, ruling in the West): Ab; GH; OP2; OP3; Weyer


Pax: J 5


paxon: J 1


paxonyon: J 1


paxylon: J 1


paysthar: J 5


pazehemy: J 1


pazomyhol [s: pazamyhol]: J 2


pbab: J 5


Pe: K


Peatham: GV


peb: J 1, 5


Pechach: Ab


pegal: J 1


Pegiel: L 3


pegner: J 1


Pegoga (or Pegogha): one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b, 25c


Pelakouel (Pêlakouél): Angel of Friday/Venus: MTS


Pelariel (aerial spirit): L2


Pellipis: Ab


peloym: GV


Pelusar (aerial spirit): L2


Pemael (angel of the third heaven): H


Pemfodram: Ab


Pemiel: L 3


Pemoniel: L 3


Penador (aerial spirit): L2


Penaton: Divine name: GH


Pentagrammaton: GH


Penaly: L 3


Penargos: L 3


Penat (angel of the third heaven): H


Penatiel: L 3


Penel: J 5


Penemue:: E


Peniel (aerial spirit): H; K4; L2


Penoles: L 3


Pentagna: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH






pep: J 5


Perathoui (Pêrathoui) Angel (or demon) of 3rd hour of Sunday: MTS


Perchiram: Divine name: GH


Perdikoim (Perdikoim) (angel of Monday/the Moon): MTS


Peresch: Ab


Pereuch: Ab


pergamidam: J 5


Periel: L 3


Perigaron: Divine name: GH


peripaton [s: pipaton]: J 2


Perman: L 3


Permases: Ab


Permaz: L 3


Permiel: L 3


Permon: L 3


perpheta: J 5


Perpi (or Perpi Klarimum): Divine name: GH


Persiel: L 3


Pertikeel (Pertikeél): Angel of Wednesday/Mercury: MTS


Peruel: NS 58


Petan: G


Petanop: Ab


Peter (Saint): K


pethio: J 2


petonahal [s: peconahal]: J 2


Petra: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Petunof: Ab


peunt: GV


Phaa: H


phabal: J 2


phabogheton [s: phaboghecon]: J 4


phabos: J 2


phagnora: J 2


phagor: J 2


phagora [s: phagora]: J 2




Phaleg (Olympic spirit of Mars): A


phalezethon: J 4


phalomagos: J 2


phalomgros: J 2


phalymyt: J 2


phamal: J 2


Phaniel (aerial spirit): L2


Phanuel: E; L2 (aerial spirit)


pharamepht [s: pharameht]: J 2


pharamnee [s: pharampnee]: J 2


pharanhe [s: pharanehe]: J 2


pharen: J 2


pharene: J 2


Pharol (aerial spirit): L2


Pharon (aerial spirit): L2


Pharos: K4


phasamar: J 2


phate: J 2


Phaton: Divine name: GH


pheamycros [s: pheamicros]: J 2


pheleneos: J 2


phelior: J 2


pheta: J 5


phetalon [s: phethalon]: J 2


phetalonamie [s: phethalonamie]: J 2


phetaloym [s: phethaloym]: J 2


Phêth: TS


phicrose: J 2


philei: J 2


philosen: J 5


phin: J 5


phitach: J 5


phnerezo [s: phnerezo corrected to phverezo]: J 2


Phnunoboêol: TS


phobos: J 2


phodel: J 3


Phoenix: L 1


pholior [s: pholihor]: J 2


phomos [s: hephomos]: J 2


Phorlakh, Angel of Earth: K


Phorsiel: L 3


Phorsy: GV


Phosphora: Ab


Phthenoth: TS


Phul (Olympic spirit of the Moon): A


pie: J 2


Piez (Piéz) Angel (or demon) of 9th hour of Sunday: MTS


Pigmies (class of spirits): A


piissime: J 5


Piliour (Pilioúr): Angel (or demon) of 12th hour of Sunday: MTS




pinmybron: J 1




pirirm: J 5


Pisces: J 5; K; L 3; P ii x 85; xi 36-38; xii 35, 41, 55; iii iii 24; ix 12,15; iv ii 17


Pischiel (aerial spirit): L2


Piscis: P i iv 27-29; v 22, 23, 34; ii x 46; xii 51, 55; iii ii 13


Pisqon: NS 162, 171


PIThIH (Heb. magic name): NS A17:27


Pithona: G


Pixitor (Pixitór): Angel (or demon) of 15th hour of Friday: MTS




Plamiel: L 3


Platiel: L 3


Platien: Ab


Plegaton: Divine name: GH


Plegit: Ab


Pleiades: TS


Pliades: P iv ix 31


Plirok: Ab


Pliroky: Ab


Plison: Ab


Plorim: GV


pmla: J 1


Pnidor (Pnidôr): Angel (or demon) of 11th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Podekoulator (Podêkoulátor): Demon of Thursday/Jupiter: MTS


Poemi: G


Poiel: J 5


polimas: J 1


polypon: J 1


Pomiel: A


Pommeriel: Angel in K4


pons: J 2


porho: J 1, 5


Porna (angel of the third heaven): H; K4


porta: J 2


portenthymon: J 1, 5


portus: J 2


postadar: J 1


postremus: J 1


Potencies: K


potentissime: J 5


Poter: Ab


Pother: Ab


potian: J 5


Potiel (aerial spirit): L2


power, angels of: E


Praredun: GV


Prasiel (aerial spirit): L2


Prasiniel: L 3


Praxeel (aerial spirit): L2


Praxiel: L 3


Preches: Ab


predolmassay: J 2


Premoton: Divine name: GH


Premy: GV


Prenostix: L 3




Presfees: Ab


prihici [s: prihiti]: J 2


primellus: J 5




primogenitus: J 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Primus: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH (Latin: "First")


princeps: J 2, 5


principalities: E


principium: J 1, 5


Principium et finis: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH




pristorides: J 5


probihos: J 3


Procel: L 1


PROCULO: spirit who causes one to sleep for twenty-four hours, and gives knowledge of the spheres of sleep: GV






Profi: Angel (or demon) of 15th hour of Tuesday: MTS


Promachos: Ab


Promakos: Ab


Propheta: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


protector: J 5


prothabeon: J 5


prothophares: J 5


Protizekatour (Protizêkátour): Demon of Friday/Venus: MTS


Proxonos: Ab


Proxosos: Ab


Prukiel: angel: BP 3c


Prumosy: GV


Pruslas (demon): G


PThKRA (Heb. name of angel or spirit): NS 22


PTzP''TzIH (Heb. äéö''ôöô): BP: "the 'great Angel' appointed as the champion of Israel on the day on which the 'Cornet' is blown."


puella: J 2






Pursan (demon): G


Purson (demon): L 1


puteus: J 2


Putisiel: L 3


pynsylon: J 1


pyon: J 1


pyrteplyn: J 1


pysses (Pisces): J 1


q~uor: J 1


Qadosch (Heb. QDVSh, "holy," an epithet of God): K; NS A17:22f


Qafsiel: NS 155


Qamsaniel: NS 160


Qanqaniel: NS 160


Qantiur: NS 241


Qaspiel: NS 236


QDDK (Heb. magic name): NS A17:26


Qedushiel: NS 237


Qoph: K


Quabriel: L 3


Quabrion: L 3


Quartas: Ab


Quehinen: P iv ix 58


Quel: Magic word: GH


quelamya: J 5


Quemis: P iv ix 58


quemon: J 1


quenanel: J 1


Quenol: L 3


Queriel: L 3


Quermiex: P iv ix 58


Quesdor: L 3


queue: P i v 27


Queyhuc: P iv ix 48


quibari: P i v 27


Quibda (aerial spirit): L2


Quirix: L 3


Quision: Ab


quislep: J 1


quisyell: J 1


Quitta (aerial spirit): L2


Quosiel: L 3


quybon: J 1


quyhym: J 1


quyron: J 1


ra: J 1




raacpel: J 1


Raajah: L 3


raam: P i v 27


Ra`amiel: NS 240


raamyell: J 1


rabaly [s: rabali]: J 2


rabannie: P i v 27


Rabarmas: J 1, 5


Rabas (aerial spirit): L2


rabasadail: J 2


Rabdos: TS


Rabel: Magic word: GH


Rabianara, rabianira (name of the earth in Autumn): H; J 5


Rabiathos [s: rabihathos]: J 4


Rabidandes (or Rabidanadas): (name of spirit): GV


Rabiel (aerial spirit): L2


Rablion (aerial spirit): L2


Raboc (aerial spirit): L2


rabsylyn: J 1


Rabuch: J 5


Rabur: H; J 1, 5


rabyhel [s: rabihel]: J 2


Rabyz: P iii ix 17


Rachiar: Ab


Rachiel (an angel of Friday): H


rachyn: J 1


raconcall: J 1


racyelyn: J 1


racyno: J 1


Radarap: Ab


Raderaf: Ab


Radiaha: Divine name: GH


radix: J 2


radyel: J 1


Rael (angel of the second heaven): H


Rafael: TS; see also Raphael


raffylyn: J 1


ragael: J 1


ragahal: J 2


ragahel: J 2


Ragalim: Ab


Ragaras: Ab


ragen: J 2


rageyel: J 1


ragia: J 2


ragiomab: J 2


ragion: J 2


Ragna: J 2, 3


ragnaht: J 2


ragnali [s: ragnali ranal corrected to raguali ranal]: J 2


ragnathi: J 2


ragua: J 3


raguam: J 2


Raguel: E


Rahatiel: NS 173


Rahmiel: NS 186, 234, 237


Rahumel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


raictotagti [s: rai_?_totagn]: J 2


Rakhaniel: K


Rakidon ('Rakidôn): Angel (or demon) of 22nd hour of Tuesday: MTS


ramagay: J 2


ramaht: J 2


Ramaratz: Ab


ramasdon: J 1


Ramat: GH


Ramay: J 2, 4


Ramaziel: L 3


Rameel: E


ramel: J 2


Rameriel: L 3


Ramersy: L 3


Ramesiel: L 3


Ramica (aerial spirit): L2


Ramison: Ab


Ramiuson: Ab


Ramlel: E


Ramna: J 4


Ramoras: Ab


ramuel: J 1


Rana (6th hour of night): H


Rana: K


ranahel [s: tanahel]: J 2


ranaihel [s: ramaihel]: J 2


ranal: J 2


Ranar: Ab


Ranciel (aerial spirit): L2


Raner: Ab


raneyl: J 1


Raniel (angel of the third heaven): H


Ranix: P iv ix 64


ransyel: J 1


Rantam: GH


Rapha: TS


Raphael (Heb. RPAL: A; E; angel of Wednesday/Mercury: H; J 1, 2, 5; K; L 3; NS (passim); OP2.12; P iv vii 23; T; TS; 'Rafaêl: Angel of Thursday/Jupiter: MTS


Raphaim, or Cowards: K


Raphan: TS


Raphiel: L 3


Rapsiel (aerial spirit): L2


rapynes: J 1


rapyon: J 1


raqiel: J 5


Raquie: H


Raquyel: J 5


rarafeyll: J 1


Rariof ('Rariôf): Angel (or demon) of 4th hour of Friday: MTS


rarorhyll: J 1


rasahanay: J 2


Rasamarathon: J 1, 5


rasamen: J 2


rasay: J 2


rasaym [s: iasym]: J 2


Raschear: Ab


rasegar: J 1


rasersh: J 1


rashyel: J 1


rasiohs [s: rasihos]: J 2


rassy: J 1


Rath: TS


rathan: J 5


Rathanael: TS


Rathiel: L 3


rathion: J 2


Ratziel: L 3


Raubeil: P iii vii 21


Raubel: P iv ix 37


Raubeyl: P iii vii 25


Raucahehil: P iii vii 24


Raucayehil: P iii vii 19


Raum: L 1


Raus: P iii vii 19


Rax: Ab


Rayel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Rayetanz: P iii x 1


raym: J 5


raymara: J 2


rayoryn: J 1


Raysiel: L 2


Rayziel: L 3




razyarsady: J 1


razyell: J 1


RBIBAVTh (Heb. magic name): NS A17:27


re: J 1


Rebiel: L 3




rechihamos: J 2


Reciel (aerial spirit): L2


recreatrix: J 2




Redemptor: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


redemtrix: J 2


Redimez: P iii ix 1


reealologon: J 2


refaebylyon: J 1


reffylyn: J 1


Regadamer: magic word in K3


Regael: L 3


Regerion: Ab


regina aurora: J 2


Reginon: Ab




regnya: J 1


regon: J 2


Rehael: J 5


Reiiah [A: Reiiel]: J 5


reiial: J 5


reil: J 5


Rekhodiah: K


relamye: J 2


relmalaguoram [s: relmalagnoram]: J 2


reloymal [s: regoymal]: J 2


relyon: J 1


remafydda: J 1


remanthar [s: remanathar]: J 3


remasym: J 2


Remasyn: L 3


remay [s adds renay]: J 2


remelthot [s: remelthet]: J 2


remelyhot [s: remelihot]: J 3


remiare: J 5


Remiel: E


Remis: K4


Remischat: magic word in K3


remolithos [s: remohthos]: J 2


Remoron: Ab


Rengliel: L 3


reniayeyll: J 1


Reniolithos (vel Remolohos [s, S2: "Remolithos"]: J 3


requiel: J 5


res: J 1


resamarathon: J 5


resaram: J 2


resaym: J 2


Reschith ha-gallalim: Hebrew for Primum Mobile (see OP2.13)


Resh: K


Resochin: One of the demons in K3 with dominion over affairs of state (alternate spelling: Roschim)


resphaga: J 2


Ressurectio (sic *Resurrectio): One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Rethel: J 1, 5


Retragrammaton (typo for Tetragrammaton?): G


reuilsemar [s: renylsemar]: J 2


reycat: J 1


riahaccon [s: riahacton]: J 2


Riajah: L 3


ribbarim: P iv ii 3


Richel (aerial spirit): L2


Rigios: Ab


Rigolen: Ab


Rikorgos: NS 201


Rimezyn: L 3


Rimog: Ab


Rion: G


Rissasoris: Name of God: GH


robrinez: J 5


robyca: J 1


Rocobem: G


Roehel [A: Raehel]: J 5


roel: J 5


Roêlêd: TS


Roelhaiphar: K


Roffles: Ab


Rofocale (see Lucifuge): G


rofynyel: J 1


rogay: J 3


Roggiol: Ab


rognohon [s: rognhon]: J 2


rogonbon: J 2


rogor: J 2


Roler: Ab


Romages: Ab


romasim: J 2


romayl: J 1


Romeroc: Ab


Romiel (aerial spirit): L2; L 3


Romoron: Ab


Romyel (aerial spirit): L2


romyel: J 1


ronala: J 2


ronayeyll: J 1


Ronove: L 1


Roquiel: P iv ii 20


Rorêx: TS


Roriel (aerial spirit): L2


ros: J 2


rosa: J 2


Rosaran: Ab




Rotho: magic word in K3


Rothon: J 1, 5


rothos [s: rochos]: J 2


Rotor: Ab


Roustat ('Roustát): Angel (or demon) of 23rd hour of Wednesday: MTS


Rouvayet: GH


RPAL (Raphael Heb. angel, q.v.): NS A18:4


Ruach: Ab; K




Ruax: TS


rubbelyn: J 1


Rubiel (angel): G


Rubiphaton: Divine name: GH


rubyeyel: J 1


Rudefor: L 3


ruffar: J 1


rufibian: J 5


Ruhiel: NS 236


ruhos: J 2


Rukum: Ab


Rumael: E


Rumjal: E


Rymaliel: L 3


saaysac: J 2


sabaarna [s: sabarna]: J 2


sabaday: J 1


sabahel: J 2


sabahot [s: sadahot]: J 3; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


sabal: J 2


sabam [s: satam]: J 2


Sabaot (=Sabaoth): G


Sabaoth (name of God): GV; J1, 5; NS (passim) OP2.12; TS


sabar [s: sabat]: J 2


Sabas (aerial spirit): L2


sabat: J 1


Sabbac: H


Sabbathi: Hebrew for Saturn. See OP2.13.


Sabbatum: P iv ii 19, 23


Sabeel (Sabeél): Angel of Tuesday/Mars: MTS


Sabiel: L 3


sablachom [s: sablathom]: J 2


Sabnach: L 1


Sabrael: TS


Sabrathan: L 3


sabsacom: J 2


Sabunê: TS


sabybyall: J 1


sacadyel: J 1


Sacamap: J 4


Sacas: P iii vii 17


saccail: J 2


saccamaht [s: lattamaht]: J 2


saccynyel: J 1


sacdon: J 1


Sacerdos: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Sachael: L 3


Sacharios: J 4


Sachiel: Ab; K; L 3; angel of Friday/Venus: H


sachir: J 5


Saclay: H


sacqiel: J 5


sacra: GV


sacramagay [s: secumagay]: J 2


sacramalaip: J 2


sacramathon [s: sacramathan]: J 4


sacramay: J 2


sacramazaym: J 4


sacramyzan: J 4


sacrarium: J 2


sacrehos [s: satrehos]: J 2


Sacriel (angel of the fifth heaven): H; angel in K4


Sacromaahe [s om.]: J 4


sacromehas [s: secomehal]: J 2


Sacromohem: J 4


sacronalon [s: setronalon]: J 2


sacronomay [s: saconomay]: J 2


sacstoyeyn: J 1


Sadai: see Saday


sadail: J 2


Sadain: magic word in K3


sadam: J 2


sadamiel: J 2


Sadar (aerial spirit): L2


Saday, Sadai: H; J 1, 2, 4, 5; K4; L 1, 2; OP2.13; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH (Shaddai)


sadayne [s: ordayne]: J 2


Saddiel (aerial spirit): L2


Sadedali (5th hour of day): H; K


Sadiel: L 2 (aerial spirit); L 3


Sa`diel: NS 161


Sadiniel: L 3


Sadqiel: NS 203


saduch: J 2


saduhe [s: saduht]: J 2


Sadyon (vel Herlon): J 3; J5


Saefarn (aerial spirit): L2


Saefer (aerial spirit): L2


Saemiel (aerial spirit): L2


saffyell: J 1


saforac: J 1


Safuelor: J 1


safyda: J 1


Safsafiel: NS 160


Safyel: NS 203


sagaht: J 3


Sagani (class of spirits): A


Sagares: Ab


Sagatana: GV


Sagel: L 3


Sagiel: L 3


Sagittarius: J 1, 5; K; L 1, 3; P i iv 6, 20-22; v 34; ii x 45, 82; xi 27-29; xii 26, 48, 55; iii ii 10; iii 21; ix 11, 12; iv ii 10


sagnaht: J 2


sagnanar: J 2


Sagnel: L 3


sagomossyn [s: fagomossyn]: J 2


sagriel [A: Tagriel]: J 5


saguaht [s: sagnaht]: J 3


Sagun: H


Sahael: L 3


sahalat [s: sahaletromar]: J 2


sahaman: J 1


sahamuhã [s: sahamuhum!]: J 2


Sahariel: angel: BP 3c


Sahel: L 3


sahgragynyn: J 1


Sahiel: L 3


sahinyel: J 1


sahuhaf: J 1


saibaiol: J 2


Saima: J 4


salaht: J 2


salaihel: J 2


salail: J 2


salaior: J 2


salaiz: J 2


Salam (12th hour of night): H; K


salamaht: J 2


Salamandrae: G


salamatha: J 2


Salamia (angel): H


salamothono [s: salomothono]: J 2


salamyel: J 1


salamyhym: J 3


salatabel [s: salatambel]: J 2


salatehen: J 2


salatelli: J 2


salatelly [s: salatelli]: J 2


salathaam [s: lalathaam]: J 2


salatiae: J 2


Salatiel [s: sabatihel]: J 4


salatoham: J 2


salatyal [s: salatial]: J 2


Salay: H


salchmeon: J 5


saleht [s: laleht]: J 2


salem: J 2


salemanasay [s: salemanasai]: J 2


Saleos: L 1


salepatir: J 2


saletha: J 2


Salguyel: J 5


salha: J 1


salhy: J 1


Salla (4th hour of day): H; K


Sallaht: J 1


Sallales (angel, minister of Mediat): H


salmana: J 2


salmatha: J 2


salmatihal: J 2


Salmay: GV


salmazaiz: J 2


salmeht: J 2


Salmel: J 5


Salmios: one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 25c (called Samyos in 6b)


Salnaquil: P iv iii 2


saloht: J 2


saloseey [s: salasay corrected to salaseey]: J 2


Salouel, Salouêl (Salouhl) (angel of Monday/the Moon): MTS


salpha: J 2


salquihel: J 2


Salus: J 2, 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Saluxio: Magic word: GH


Salvator: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Salvor (aerial spirit): L2


salyhelethon [s: "salihelethon"]: J 3


salym [s: salephusalym]: J 2


salyon: J 1


samachily [s: samachili]: J 2


Samael: H; J1; J5; K (or jugglers); L3; NS 155, 201, 217, 236; P iv vii 23


samagoy: J 2


Samahel: J 5


samahot: J 3


samaht: J 2, 4


samal: J 2, 3


Samalabactany: Divine name: GH


samalanga: J 2


samalerihon: J 2


Samalo: Ab


samalyhon: J 2


samamar: J 2


samanachor: J 2


samanathos: J 2


samanay [s: samãnay]: J 2


samanazay: J 2


samanlay: J 2


samar: J 2


samaril [s: samara]: J 2


samatihel [s: lamatihel]: J 2


Samax (king, angel of the air ruling on Tuesday): H


samay: J 2, 4


samaychel [s: sanayhel]: J 2


samayelyn: J 1


samayhel [s: samyhel]: J 2


samaym: J 5


samayrlyazer [s: lamairhazer]: J 2


Samazaraht [s: samazataht]: J 4


Samazarel: J 4


samaziel [s: famazihel]: J 2


samaziho: J 2


sameht: J 2


Samekh: K


samel: J 2


Samelon: L 3


samennay: J 2


Sameon: L 3


Sameriel: L 2


Sameron: L 3


Samerym: L 3


samhel: J 2


samhyell: J 1


Samiel: (angel): BP 3c; L 2 (aerial spirit); L 3


samiht: J 2


samina [s: sam~a]: J 2


saminaga: J 2


Samjaza: E


Samlazaz: E


samma [s: sam~a]: J 2


sammazihel: J 2


samna: J 2


samochia [s: samothia]: J 2




samohaya [s: samohaia]: J 2


samoht: J 2


Samores maymon: P iv vii 23


Samoy: GV


Samsapeel: E


samua [s: samna, senma]: J 2


Samuel: L 3; T


Samy: J 4


samyb: J 2


samychy [s: samychi]: J 2


Samyel: J 1; L 2 (aerial spirit)


samyey: J 2


samyha: J 2


Samyhahel [s: samyhehel]: J 4


samyhan: J 2


samyhas [s: samayhas]: J 2


Samyhel: J 2, 5


samyl: J 2


Samyos (Sâmyos): one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b


samysarach: J 1


Samyyhel [s: samyhel]: J 4


sanaday: J 2


Sanael: L 3


sanaioho [s: senaibi]: J 2


sanamam [s: sanam&atlde;]: J 2


sanamathocos [s: sanamathotos]: J 2


sananazihel [s: sanazihel]: J 2


sanatihel [s: sanacihel]: J 2


Sanayfar: L 3


sanaziel [s: sanazihel]: J 2


sancti: J 2


sanctissima: J 2


Sanctus: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Sanctus Pater: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Sandalphon: K


sandalson: J 1


sandamruch: J 5


Sandaruz: P iii x 9


saneinas: J 1


sanfael: J 1


SANGARIEL (angel): K


Sangiel: L 3


sangos: J 1


Saniel: L 3


Sanigron: NS 171


sanihay: J 1


sansany: J 1


Sant: GH


Santanael (angel of the third heaven): H


santon: J 1


sanytyell: J 1


Sapason: Ab


saphar [s: saphur]: J 2


saphara: J 2


Saphathoraél: TS


saphay: J 2


saphiamon: J 2


saphomoron: J 2


saphor: J 2


saphorenam: J 2


saphoro: J 2


saphrez [s: saphiez]: J 2


saphya [s: saphia]: J 2


Sapiel (angel of the fourth heaven): H


Sapientia: J 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


sapinon [s: sapynon]: J 2


Sapipas: Ab


Sar: H


Sarabotes (king, angel of the air reigning on Friday): H


sarabyhel [s: sarabihel]: J 2


Sarach (aerial spirit): L2


saracu: J 1


Saradon: GH


Saraehelyhel [s: samehelihel]: J 4


Sarael (aerial spirit): L2


Sarafiel: NS 232


sarahihel: J 3


Saraht [s: sarahe]: J 4


saraht: J 2


saramany: J 2


saramel: J 2


Saranana: L 4


sarananuf: J 1


Sarandiel: L 3


Sarao: K4


Saraph: Ab


Saraphiel: L 3


sarapiel: J 5


Saraqael: E


sarara: E


Sarasim: Ab


Sarason: Ab


saratihai: J 2


saraumay [s has saraumay corrected to ?sarammay]: J 2


Saraye: H


Sarbanael: NS 186


Sarbiel: NS 155


Sarca: P iii vii 30


sarcihate: J 2


Sardiel: L 3


Sarfiel: L 3


Sargon: NS 202


sarib: J 3


Sariel: E; L2 (aerial spirit)


Sarietur: GH


sarimalip: J 2




saripel: J 5


Saris: Ab


Sarisel: Ab


sarmalaip: J 2


sarman: J 1


Sarmon: L 3


Sarmozyn: L 3


sarnelohatehus [s: sarvelo hatehus]: J 3


saromegall [s: filiomegal]: J 2


saron: J 1


Saroy: GV


Sarphiel: angel: BP 3c, 10c, 25c


Sarra: Ab


sarramazili: J 2


sarranay: J 2


sarsac: J 1


sarsall: J 1


Sartabakim: Ab


sarthamy: J 3


sartharay: J 3


Sartiel: NS 202


Sarviel (aerial spirit): L2


sarycam: J 1


saryel, saryell: J 1


sarynõ: J 1


Saryyel: J 5


Sasael: L 3


Sasajah: L 3


Sasangen bar Faranges: NS 76


sascunyel: J 1


sascy: J 1


sase: J 1


sasnyeil: J 1


saspy: J 1


Sasquiel: L 3


Sassur (9th hour of night): H; K


sastyracnas: J 1


sasuyell: J 1


satabis [s: satabis]: J 2


Satael (an angel of Tuesday): H


satalmagu: J 2


Satan (devil): A; Ab; K; NS 187, 217; TS


Satanaschi: One of the chief demons under Lucifer in Clavicules du Roi Salomon, Livre Troisieme, par Armadel


Satanachia (demon, grand gen.): G; GV


Satanackia: GV


Sataniciae: GV


Sataniel: NS 232


Satans: E


Satarel: E


Satariel or concealers: K


Satarin: A spirit: GH


satel: J 5


Satgaron: NS 162


sathabmal [s: sathabinal]: J 2


sathabynhel: J 2


sathamac [s: lathamat]: J 2


sathamenay: J 2


sathamyanos: J 2


sathamyham: J 2


Sathan (Satan): J 1; L 1


sathanael: J 2


Satanas: Demon: GH


sathanos [s: lathanos]: J 2


satharios: J 2


sathonomay [s: sathomanay]: J 2


Satiel: GH; L 3


Satifirl (aerial spirit): L2


satihel: J 5




satpach: J 1


Satquiel, satquyel: J 1, 5; P iv vii 23


satuel: J 1




Saturn: J 1, 5; L 1, 3, T


Saturnites: K


Saturnus: P i ii 4; iii 2; iv 2, 6, 31, 33; V 8, 15, 24, 31; ii iii 8, 14, 15; v 2; vi 6, 7, ix 6, 7; x 2, 9, 11-14, 41, 42, 81; xii 7, 10, 18, 21, 29, 32, 39-41, 43-45, 47-50, 55, 56; iii i 3, 6; iii 2, 4, ii 2, 4. 11, 33;vii 2, 9, 10, 16-19, 23, 38; viii tit., 2, 3; ix 1, 11; iv ii 3, 19; iv 5, 22, 39, 55, 59; vi 2, 3, 8, 11; vii 8, 9, 31, 44; ix 58


Satyhel: J 5


satymn: J 1


Satziel: L 3


Sauriel, Sauriêl (Saurihl) (angel of Sunday/the Sun): MTS


Savael: L 3


Savaniah (or Savania): K; K4


Saviel: L 3


sayher: J 2


Saylemaht: J 3


saymanda: J 4


Sazamay: J 4


Sazamaym: J 4


sazanachoray: J 2


sazanyhel [s: cazanyhel]: J 2


sazaratha: J 2


sazatham [s: samzatham]: J 3


Saziel: J 4; L 3


Sbarionat: Ab


Sbirouel (Sbirouél): Demon of Tuesday/Mars: MTS


scamburion: J 5




scetaburous: J 5


Schabuach: Ab


Schaluach: Ab


Schaluah: Ab


Scharak: Ab




Sched: Ab


Schedbarschemoth Scharthathan: Spirit of the spirits of the Moon (OP2.22)


Schelagon: Ab


Schelegon: Ab


scheliel: J 5




SCHEMES: Hebrew for the Sun. See OP2.13 and L 2.


schemhamphoras, [s2: semenphoras; S: shemhamphorash], sememphoras: J 1, 5


Scheva: G


Schii: K


Schioel: K


Schyphaon: J 5


Scies: K4


Scingin: GV


Scircigreur: GH


Scirlin: GV


Sclavak: Ab


Scorpio: J 1, 5; K; L 3; P i iv 18-20, 33; v 14, 25; ii i 2; ix 4; x 50, 83; xi 24-26; xii 23, 41, 47; iii ii 9; iii 20; vii 29,36, 37; iv ii 9


Scrilis: Ab




scyystalgaona: J 5


Sealiah: J 5


Sebach (aerial spirit): L2


sebanay: J 2


sebanthe: J 2


sebar [s: sehar]: J 2


sebarnay: J 2


sebemuay [s: selamnay]: J 2


sebranay: J 2


Secabim: Ab


secalmana: J 2


secasehagihon [s: secasehogyhon]: J 2


secastologyhon [s: secastologihon genagnolos]: J 2


sechamy [s: "sethamy"]: J 3


Sechce (vel Sethye) [s: Sethce]: J 4; J5




Sechiel: Divine name: GH


sechoiro [s: sethoiro]: J 2


Sechothamay [s: sethothamay]: J 4


sechyel: J 1


secomathal: J 2


Secozam [s: lecoram]: J 4


Secozomay: J 4


secranal: J 4


secray: J 2


secrmagnol [s: secromagnol]: J 2


Sedames: G


Sedomazay [s: sedomasay]: J 4


Sedo An: K4




Seehiah: J 5


Seere: L 1


SEFONIEL, one of the two Princes of the Universe: K


Segaht: J 3


Segal: GV


seghehalt: J 2


segher: J 2






Segrael: GV


segyhon: J 4


sehan: J 2


sehã [s: sehant?]: J 2


seheliel: J 5


Sehix: P iv ix 63


sehon: J 2


sehor: J 2


Sehumeny: J 4


Sehva: K4


seiha: J 2


seihel: J 2


Sekabin: Ab


Sekiel: L 3


selapati: J 2


selchora: J 3


Selehe: P iv ix 35


sellaht: J 5


sellal: J 5


selmahat: J 2


selmar: J 2


selops: J 5


Selytarel: One of the demons in K3 with dominion over light


selyypon: J 1


sema thiotheos [s: semathyotheos]: J 2


semacheher [s: sematheher]: J 2


semagar: J 2


semagel: J 2


semaharon: J 2


semahel: J 2


semaht: J 2


semail: J 2


semal: J 2


semale: J 2


semalet: J 2


semalgay: J 2


semalsay: J 2


semaly: J 2


semam: J 2


semamarym [s: semamarim]: J 2


semana: J 2


semanay: J 2


semar: J 2


semarnail: J 2


semasgyy: J 2


semassaer: J 2


Semathy (uel Senrathy): J 2


semay: J 2


semazihar: J 2


semear: J 2


semegey: J 2


semeham: J 2


semehel: J 2


Semeht (uel semeth): J 2, 3


semelay: J 2


semeliha [s: semeltha]: J 2


sememamos [s: sememanos]: J 2


sememay: J 2


semenos: J 2


Semenoyn [s: semonoyn]: J 4


semeol: J 1


Semeot: Ab


semession: J 2


semethay: J 2


semezai [s: semazai]: J 2


semezi hel [s: semezihel]: J 2


semhazylyn: J 1


semhel: J 2


semichros [s: semicros]: J 2


semiha: J 2


Semiphoras: G


semiramoht [s: lemiramoht]: J 2


semita: J 2


Semitis: K


Semjaza: E


Semlin: Ab


semnay: J 2


semohit [s: zemohit]: J 2


Semoht (vel Gymath, vel Lemoth) [s: Lemoth]: J 2, 3


semoiz: J 2


Semorgizethon [s: sezorgizechon]: J 4


semozhat [s: semobzhat]: J 2


semozihot: J 2


semua [s: samna]: J 2


semuazliel [s: semnazliel]: J 2


semyday: J 2


semyha: J 2


semyhahes: J 2


semyhamaym [s: lemyhamaym]: J 2


semyharicht [s: semyhariht]: J 2


semyhel: J 2


semyhor: J 2


semyhot: J 2


semyhylym: J 1


semylihel: J 2


semymarithaton [s: semymartchaton]: J 2


semyna themas [s: Seminathemas]: J 2


semynar: J 2


semyr [s: sennyr]: J 2


semysenue [s: semysenne?]: J 2


senac: J 2


senachar: J 2


senadar [s: senadae]: J 2


Senael: L 3


senahel [s: senasel]: J 2


Senales: J 2, 4


senam: J 2


senar: J 2


senather: J 2


senayhel: J 2


senegalon: J 4


Sengael: L 3


seniquiel: J 1


senon [s: lenon]: J 2


senos: J 2


senosecari: J 2


senoz: J 2


senuales [s: sennales]: J 2


senyha: J 2


Sepasqiel: NS 161


sepha: J 2


sephamanay: J 2


sepharaym: J 2


sepharma [s: sephalzna]: J 2


sephastaneos: J 2


sephatihel: J 2


sephatya: J 1


sephay: J 2




sephet: J 2


sephey [s: sephei]: J 2


sephezium [s: sephezimu]: J 2


sephormay: J 2


sephoros: J 2


Sephosiel: K


sephyron: J 5


sepizihon: J 2


seplatihel: J 2


Sequiel (aerial spirit): L2


Serabilem: GV


serail: J 2


Seranna: magic word in K3


Seraph: GV; K; K (one of the four rulers of the Elements)


seraphie: P iv ii 9


Seraphiel: H; L 3


Seraphim, Fiery Ones: GV, K; TS


Seraphin: E; J 1


Seraphyn: J 1, 2


Seraquiel (angel): H


seray: J 2


seremanay [s: setemanay seremany]: J 2


seremyhal: J 4


sereryel: J 1


Sergen: GV


Sergomazar: J 4


Sergulas: demons in K3


Sergulath: GV


Sergutthy: GV


serihon [s: seryhon]: J 2


Sermeot: Ab


Sernchiel: magic word in K3


Serognegnos (uel seregneguos): J 2


seroguomay [s: serognomay]: J 2


Seronea: J 4


Serpefeel (Serpefe&eacirc;l): Angel of Thursday/Jupiter: MTS


serpens: J 5


Serquanich: L 3


Sersael: L 3


Serugeath: GV


seruph (or nathaniel): J 5


Serupulon: Ab


Serviel: L 3


seryel: J 1


seryhon: J 2


sesalihel: J 2


sessle: GV


Setchiel (angel of the third heaven): H


Sethô: J 1


sethar: J 2


Sethee: J 5


sethei: J 2


sethemaesal: J 2


Sethiel: L 3


sethoham: J 2


sethor: J 2


Setiel: L 3


sexagip: J 5


seymaly: J 2


sezamagua [s: "sezamagna"]: J 3


sezehacon: J 4


sezimel: J 2


seziol: J 2


sezior: J 2


sezyhel [s: sezihel]: J 2


SGBAVThThIIK (Heb. magic name): NS A17:24


shabtai/Saturn?: TS




Shaddai, Shaddaï: Name of God; K (often written Saday, see also El Shaddai); NS 155, 156, 177, 225




Shakhmuel: NS 241


Sha`mael: NS 186


Shamain: H


Shamiel: angel: BP 3c


Shamshiel: angel: BP 3c


Shax: L 1


ShBThAI, Shabbathai, Saturn: K




Shemeshiel: K


Shemhazai: NS 232


Shibbeta: demon associated with 'throat affections' among children (Taanith, 20 b), BP xx


Shin: K


ShMARIH (Heb. name of God): NS A17:10


ShMA (Heb. magic name): NS A17:24


ShMSh, Shemesh, the Sun: K


shocodothos [s: sehocodothos zehocodos]: J 2


ShRM (Heb. magic name): NS A17:28


Shufiel: angel: BP 3c


ShVMRAK (Heb. name of God): NS A17:8


Si: magic word in K3


Siar (Si´r): Angel (or demon) of 13th hour of Saturday: MTS


Sibolas: Ab


sichiron: J 2


sicragalmon [s: sicagalmon]: J 2


sicromagal: J 2


sicromemior [s: sicrogamõ]: J 2


sicrozegamal [s: sicrozeganial?]: J 2


SID, the Great Demon: K (var Cid, le grand Démon)


Sidqiel: NS 155, 213




Siely: P iv ix 35


Sifon: Ab


Sigis: Ab


Sigos (Sigós): Angel (or demon) of 12th hour of Thursday: MTS


sihotil [s: honl]: J 2


Sikastin: Ab


Sikastir: Ab


Silat: GV


Silido (Silidô) Angel (or demon) of 4th hour of Sunday: MTS


sillezaleht: J 2


Silma: magic word in K3


Silouanel (Silouanêl): Demon of Wednesday/Mercury: MTS


silymal [s: silimal]: J 2


silymythu [s: silimythu]: J 2


Simapesiel: E


simazihel [s: simaziel]: J 2


Simulaton: Divine name: GH




Sinachi: Alternate spelling for Sirachi in K3


Sinchateriel: J 5


Singambuth: GV


siothos: J 2


Siphon: Ab


Sipillipis: Ab


Sirachi: One of the chief demons under Lucifer in Clavicules du Roi Salomon, Livre Troisieme, par Armadel


Sirath: magic word in K3


Sirchade: GV


Sirechael: One of the demons in K3 with ability to animate


Sirgilis: Ab


Siriton (Siritón): Angel (or demon) of 20th hour of Monday: MTS


Sirmon: divine name: GH


Sirumel (or Selytarel): One of the demons in K3 with dominion over light


Sitael: J 5


Sitgara: L 2


Sitri: L 1




Skamidinos: Angel (or demon) of 7th hour of Monday: MTS


Skitogiri: Angel (or demon) of 6th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Skolion (Skolión): Angel (or demon) of 2nd hour of Monday: MTS


Skonin: Angel (or demon) of 14th hour of Tuesday: MTS


Slahta: spirit of pain in the head: BP 1c. Cf. Talmud, T. Sabbath, 90 a; Gittin, 68 b, &c.


slevor: GV


Sloonus: 'man of fire' invoked (along with Gannus) in BP § 13 (p. xxxii)


snazihel [s: senazihel]: J 2


Sobe: Ab


Sobel: Ab


Sobhe: Ab


socagamal: J 2


socalma: J 2


socalmata: J 2


Sochas (aerial spirit): L2


Sochen: Ab


Socodiah: K


Socohiah: K


socromagnol [s: socromgnol]: J 2


soctaht [s: sotthaht]: J 2


soday: J 2


Sodiel (aerial spirit): L2


Sodierno: G


Sodirno: GV


Sodxer: G


sodyel: J 1


sohomythepoten [s: Sohomythepoten]: J 2


Sol: J 5; L 1, 4; P i iii 2; iv 2, 6, 31, 33; v 8, 16, 18, 24, 31, 32, 36, 44; ii iii tit., 1-7, 11, 12, 15, 16; v 3; vi 6; x 5, 9, 22-25, 39, 51-54, 82, 84; xi 1, 2, 39; xii 3, 14, 28, 39-51, 53, 55, 57-59; iii i 1, 6; iii 2, 7, 11, 33; v 3; vi 4, 5; vii 5, 12, 27-29, 36-38, 40; viii tit., 1, 2; ix 4, 11-17; x 11; xi 1, 71, 74, 88, 92, 96, 106, 131; iv i 12; ii 7, 12, 17, 22; iii 1, 2; iv 3, 20, 29, 37, 39, 52, 55; v 11; vi 5, 13; vii 8, 11, l3, 20, 38, 39, 41, 49; ix 19, 61; Name of God: GH


Solar spirits: K


Soler (typo for Soter>): G


Soleviel: L 2


solin: J 5


Solymo: GV


Somis: Ab


Son: K


Son_of_Man: E


Soncas (angel of the fifth heaven): H


sonne (= the Sun): J 5


sonne, the (= the Son): J 1, 2, 5


Sophiel: K


sophornay: J 2


Sorath: The spirit of the Sun (OP2.22)


sorathim [s: lorathim]: J 2


Soriel (aerial spirit): L2 (2)


sornadaf: J 1


soromono: J 2


Sorosma: Ab


sorosomay [s: sorosamay]: J 2


sorozomay [s: sorozamay]: J 2


Sorriolenen: Ab


Soter (var. of Sother): G


Soterion: Ab


sothal: J 2


Sotheano (aerial spirit): L2


Sother: J 1, 2, 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


sothiron: J 2


sothoneya: J 2


sozena: J 2


sozienziha [s: sozihenziha]: J 2


sozor (vel soror): J 2


Spandarmad, Spendarmad (MP), Spenta-Armaiti (Av) Archangel (Amesha-Spenta) associated with Devotion, presiding over the Earth: Z


Spendonim (Spendonim) (angel of Monday/the Moon): MTS


Speraton: Divine name: GH


Spes: J 2; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Sphandôr: TS


Sphendonaêl: TS


Sphênêr: TS


sphray: J 5


Spirits of the woods (class of spirits): A


spiritus: J 2


splendor: J 2, 5


Spondor (Spondôr): Angel (or demon) of 3rd hour of Saturday: MTS


Sponsa: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


sponsa filia: J 2


sponsus: J 5


Sporgon Go, sporgongo: J 1, 5


spugliguel (The head of the sign of the Spring): H; J 5


stanazihel: J 2


stancchel [s: stanithel]: J 2


Stelfa (Stelfá): Angel (or demon) of 11th hour of Saturday: MTS


Stephanata: One of the chief demons under Belzebut in K3


stella aurea: J 2


steluyel: J 1


sterlunilon: J 5


stilmon [s: scilmon]: J 2


stimulamathon: J 5


Stimulamaton: G


Stimulator: GV


stoexhor: J 5


stola: J 2


Stolas: L 1


stomicopten [s: scomicopoten]: J 2


stomycros [s: scomycros]: J 2


Stratiget (Stratigét): Angel (or demon) of 13th hour of Friday: MTS


strinabelion: J 5


Strubiel: L 3


strymay [s: sirymay]: J 2


Stymulamathon: J 1, 5


Suceratos (angel of the fourth heaven): H


sucyel: J 1


Sudoron: Ab


Suffugiel: One of five demons under Satanachi in K3


sugni: J 1


Sugunth: One of five demons under Satanachi in K3


Suiajasel: L 3


Summum bonum infinitas: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Sumuran: Ab


Sun: E; L 1, 3, 4; T


Suni (named alonmg with Susunaos): NS 203, 209


Sunigerom (Sunigêrôm): Angel (or demon) of 7th hour of Saturday: MTS


Sunopigos (Sunopigós): Angel (or demon) of 19th hour of Sunday: MTS


suphniohet [s: suphn Iohel]: J 2


Suphonaym [s: sophonaym]: J 4


suphu: J 2


Supipas: Ab


Suquinos (angel, minister of Mediat): H


surail: J 1


Surana: G


Surdaniel: NS 236


Surgat: GV


Surgatha: One of the demons in K3


surgell or suryel: J 1


Suriel (aerial spirit): L2 ; NS 200, 202


suryel: J 1


Susniel: angel: BP 3c


Suspensus: GH


Sustugriel: GV


susuagos: J 1


Susunaos (named along with Suni): NS 203, 209


Suth (king, angel of the air governing Thurday): H




Svesy: G


syamathon [s: syliemathon]: J 2


sycromal [s: hicromal]: J 2


Syhel [s: sihel]: J 4


syimnoy: J 5


Sylereht [s: silereht]: J 4


Syloht [s: siloth]: J 2, 4


Sylphae: G


symalyel [s: simaliel]: J 2


Symiel: L 2


symychos [s: ieristosymythos]: J 2


syney: J 2


synoy: J 2


syon: G; J 2


Syrach: GV


systos [s: sistos]: J 2


sython [s: lython]: J 2


syumelyel: J 1


szarzyr: J 1


szeyeyll: J 1


szncaryell: J 1




taanat: J 1


Taba'et: E


Tabbat: Ab


tabernaculum: J 2


Tablas (Tablás): Angel (or demon) of 12th hour of Wednesday: MTS


tablic: J 1


Taborix: Ab


Tabots: G


Tabrasol: GV


tabryell: J 1


Tabtalios (Tabtálios): Angel (or demon) of 7th hour of Friday: MTS


tabynya: J 1


Tacaros: Ab


tacayhel: J 2


Tachael: L 3


Tachan: Ab


Tachiel: L 3


tafanyelyn: J 1


Tafrac (8th hour of night): H; K


tagahel: J 3


Tagam: magic word in K3


Tagaririm, or Disputers: K


Tagat: NS 211


Tagiel: L 3


Tagla (name of God): G


Tagnon: Ab


Tagora: Ab


Tagriel: J5; P ix 54


Tahaytuc: P iii ix 1


Tahiel: L 3


Tahix: P iv ix 59


Tahytos: P iv ix 58


Tainor: Angel in K4


Tajael: L 3


Takhmnan (Takhmnán): Angel (or demon) of 22nd hour of Friday: MTS


Takifiel: angel: BP 3c


Talbit: P iii ix 11


talguaf: J 1


talgylueyl: J 1


Taliahad, Angel of Water: K


Taliel: L 3




talraylanrayn: J 1


talui: J 5


Talvi (Spring): H


talyel: J 1


Talyz: P iii ix 1


Tamael: H; K3; L 3




Tam'aini: E


Tamaniel NS 66




Tameriel: L 3


Tameruz: P iii x 8


Tamiel: L 3; NS 241


Tamines: P iv ix 58


Tamiz: P iii ix 2


Tamlel: E


tamtyel: J 1


tamygell [s: tamygel]: J 2


tamyl: J 2


Tamyz: P iii ix 12


Taneha: H




Tangiel: L 3


tanyn: P i v 27


taphamal: J 2


Taphat: K


Taphthartharath: Spirit of Mercury (OP2.22)


Tarados: Ab


Tarahim: Ab


Tarajah: L 3


Taralim: Ab


Tarat (Tarát) Angel (or demon) of 10th hour of Sunday: MTS


Tarchimache: GV


Taret: Ab


Tareto: Ab


Tarfo: K4


targuarra: J 5


Tariel: angel: BP 3c


Tarihimal: GV


tarmanydyn: J 1


Tarmiel (angel of the second heaven): H


Tarmytz: L 3


Taros (aerial spirit): L2


tarquam (an angel of autumn): H; J 5


Tarquaret (head of the sign of Autumn): H


tartalyn: J 1


tartalyon: J 1


Tartaroel (Tartaroêl): Angel (or demon) of 21st hour of Sunday: MTS


Tartarouel ('Tartarouel) (demon of Monday/the Moon): MTS


Tartys: L 3


taryel, Tariel (an angel of the Summer): H; J 5


Tashiel: L 3


Tasma: Ab


tatgryel: J 1




Tau: GV; K


Taueduz: P iii x 10


Taul: GV


Taurus: J 1, 5; K; L 3, 4; P i iv 4-6; v 5, 6, 24, 25, 30, 31, 34; ii ix 3, 5; x 85; xi 2, 6-8; xii 5, 40, 41, 43, 55; iii ii 3; iii 14; vii 38; iv ii 3, 8


taututa: P iv 27


Tavael: L 3


Tavar: K4


Taxpon (Taxpón): Angel (or demon) of 13th hour of Wednesday: MTS


Taydurez: P iii x 9


Tayhaciedez: P iii ix 12


Taymex: P iv ix 64


Tayros: P iv ix 59


Tayuz: P iii ix 11


Tebdeluz: P iii ix 14


tebethe: J 1


Tebondriel: J 5


Tedeam: Ab


Tediel: L2 (aerial spirit); L3


Tefrael (Tefraêl): Angel (or demon) of 20th hour of Tuesday: MTS


tegon.: J 2


teguamathal [s: tegnamathal]: J 2


Tehiel: L 3


Tel: Magic word: GH




telemoht: J 5


Teliel: L 3


Tely: GV


Temael: L 3


Temas: L 3


Temeyz: P iii ix 15


templum: J 2


Temterans: magic word in K3


temualamos [s: te~nalamos]: J 2


Temuniel: NS 66, 173


Tenaciel (angel of the third heaven): H




tenealogo: J 2


tenebyel: J 1


teneloyhos [s: teneloihos]: J 2




tenonem: J 5


tentercenta: J 5


Tephras: TS




Terath (aerial spirit): L2


TERLY: Spirit invoked in construction of hand of glory: GH; GV


Terrae: G


Tesael: L 3


Tetagram (typo for Tetragram?): G


Teth: K


tethapiel: J 5


Tethel: J 5


Tetra: H


Tetragram: G


Tetragramathon, tetragramaton, Tetragrammaton: Ab; G; GH; GV; H; J 1, 3, 5; K; L1, 2, 3, 4






tetragramos [s: tetragrammos]: J 2


Tetrarchin: J 5




Texai: Ab


Teyluz: P iii ix 5


Tezael: L 3


tezamahal [s: cezamahal]: J 2


Thaazaron: L 3


thabal: J 2


thael [s: thahel]: J 2


Thafot (Thafôt): Angel (or demon) of 4th hour of Thursday: MTS


thagail: J 2


thagromothon [s: thagromathon]: J 2


thahamathon: J 2


thahonos [s: thahanos]: J 2


Thainé: K


thalamus: J 2


Thalbus (aerial spirit): L2


Thallal: TS


thamal [s: thamahel]: J 2


thaman [s: thamam]: J 2


thamar: J 2


thamasal: J 3


thamazihel: J 2


Thamic (8th hour of day): H


Thamiel [s: tacayhelthamyel]: J 2; K (or Double-Headed Ones)


Thamur (6th hour of day): H; K


thanacon [s: thanathon]: J 2


Thanatiel (aerial spirit): L2


thanccha [s: tharialtha]: J 2


thanoctomas: J 2


thansethay: J 2


Thanu (3rd hour of night): H; K


Thapnix: Angel (or demon) of 8th hour of Friday: MTS


Tharas (aerial spirit): L2


tharathos [s adds tronios _nomay_ nebay tharato_h_s]: J 2


tharhal [s: tharahal]: J 2


Thariel (aerial spirit): L2


tharietha [s: tharihetha]: J 2


Tharotheos [s: tarotheos]: J 4


Tharshis: K


Tharsis (one of the four rulers of the Elements): J5; K


Tharson (aerial spirit): L2


theageta: J 2


theal: J 2


thedony [s: theodony]: J 2


thefelyn: J 1


thega: J 2


thegos: J 2


thehe [s: ehehe]: J 2




thelamoht: J 2


thelihem: J 2


theloy: J 5


thelthir [s: thelthis]: J 2


themaay [s: themay]: J 2


themamohi [s: themamoth]: J 2


themamoht: J 2


themare: J 2


themay: J 2


Themaz: L 3


themegoman: J 2


themelyhen [s: themelihen]: J 4


Themiz: P iii vii 21


themohan [s: themohn with a u above the n perhaps indicating that the transcriber couldn't determine which was intended in his Ms.]: J 2


thenaly: J 2


thenuathol [s: themiathol]: J 2




theodonos [s: theodonas]: J 2


theodropham: J 5


theogethos [s: thehogethos]: J 2


theohon: J 2


theomegen [s: theomogen]: J 2


theomeguos [s: theomegnos]: J 2


theomiros [s: themyros]: J 2


theomithos [s: theomythos]: J 2


theomogenos: J 2


theomythos: J 3


Theon: J 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; NS 76


theonehos [s: theonthos]: J 2


Theoriel: L 3


Theos (uel Itheos): H; J 1, 2, 3, 5


theoton: J 2


theou: J 2


thephagayn [s: thephagagayn]: J 2


theromagen [s: theromogen]: J 2


thesirara: J 2


thetendyn: J 2


thethagranys [s: thethaganys]: J 2


Thetodof (Thetodóf): Angel (or demon) of 3rd hour of Monday: MTS


Thetragrammathon: K4 (variation of Tetragrammaton)


Thetron: K4


Theu: GV


Thiel (angel of the second heaven): H


thihel: J 2


thimas: J 2


thiothot: J 2


Thirama: Ab


thnitingren [s: thyntyngren]: J 2


Thoac (aerial spirit): L2


Tholomanos: J 4


tholumgay [s: tholinngay]: J 2


tholynthay [s: cho lymchay]: J 2


thomegen: J 2


thon [s: theon]: J 2


thoneihos [s: thoneos]: J 2


Thonios (Thónios): Angel (or demon) of 9th hour of Saturday: MTS


thophares: J 5


thothios: J 2


threhodios [s: trehodios]: J 2


Thribiel: L 3


thromahos (vel thromahnos): J 3


thrones: E


THSIMA: magical word used in 'Binding the fever': BP 17c


Thurcal (aerial spirit): L2


Thuriel (aerial spirit): L2


thurigium: J 2


Thurmytz: L 3


Thuros: L 3


thus: J 1


Tibiel: L 3


tichiz: J 5


tifrat: P iv ii 12


Tigara (aerial spirit): L2


Tigrafon: Ab


Tigraphon: Ab


Tiiel: L 3










Timez: P iii ix 7


Timira: Ab


Timo: GV


Tinakos: Ab


Tinira: Ab


tintingethe [s: turtingethe]: J 2


Tioron: Ab






Tiragisneil: J 5


Tiraim: Ab


Tirana: Ab


Tiriel: Divine name associated with Mercury (OP2.22); GH


tirigel: J 4


tirimar: J 2


Tiron: Divine name: GH






Titeip: H




tobell: J 1


tobenor: J 1


tobyell: J 1


tocius: J 5


Todidedos (Todidedós): Angel (or demon) of 19th hour of Tuesday: MTS


Tolet: Ab


Tolima: G


tolomay: J 2


tolquaret: J 5


Tomas, a name of the Sun: E


Ton: K4


tonelyn: J 1


Tonucho: Magical word on fourth ring in Douze Anneaux


Topinoch: Magical word on eleventh ring in Douze Anneaux


Torfora: Ab


tors: J 5


Tos: P iv ix 58


tosgac: J 1


tosgar: J 5


Toun: Ab


toupyel: J 1


Toxai: Ab


Toz: P iii ix 1, 11


Traci: Ab


Trajael: L 3


tralyeylyn: J 1


tranfyel: J 1






Trasiel: L 3


Tremendum: Divine name: GH


Trimasael: GV


Trinitas: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Trapis: Ab


Trisacha: Ab


Trisaga: Ab


Tromes: Ab


Trubas: L 3


TTNDIAL (Heb. name of Metatron): NS 49


Tual: L 3


tuam deprecor: J 2


Tuberiel: L 3


tubeylyn: J 1


Tubiel (head of the sign of Summer): H; J 5


Tugaros (aerial spirit): L2


Tuigaros: L 2


Tulmas: L 3; Angel invoked in protection from sorcerers: BP 42


Tulot: Ab


tulyell: J 1


Tumael: E


Turael: E


Turel: E


Turi'el (Heb. TVRIAL, angel): NS A18:5


Turiel (angel of the third heaven): H


Turitel: Ab




Turmiel: L 3


turris: J 2


Turtiel: L 3


turtur: J 2


Tus (minister of Varcan, angel of Sunday): H


Tutelar spirits (class of angels): A


tutheon: J 1, 5


Tuymeryz: P iii ix 14


TVRIAL (Turi'el, Heb., angel): NS A18:5


tyaf: J 1


tyagra: J 1


tycmar [s: hafartitmar]: J 2


tyfonyon: J 1


tylzdyell: J 1


Tymez: P iii ix 17


tyngehen [s: cyngehen]: J 2


tyngeny: J 2


tynognale: J 2


Tyr: P iii vii 32


tysyryn: J 1


Tzabaoth: K


Tzaddi: K


Tzadiqel: K


Tzakiel: L 3


Tzangiel: L 3


Tzapheal: L 3




Tzaphqiel: K


TzDQ, Tzedeq, Jupiter: K


Tzedeqiah: K


Tzethiel: L 3


Tzippat (Tzippát): Angel (or demon) of 5th hour of Thursday: MTS


Tzisiel: L 3


uauis: J 2


Ubarin: Ab


ucham [R: veham]: J 1


Ucirnuel (angel of the second heaven): H


Udaman: Ab


Udiel (aerial spirit): L2


ue [R: Ve]: J 1


Ugales: Ab


Ugalis: Ab


Ugesor: Ab


Ugirpen: Ab


Ugirpon: Ab


Ugobog: Ab


Ugola: Ab


Uli: G


Umariel: L 3


Umeyruz: P iii x 9


Umiel: angel: BP 3c






Unitas: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


unryon: J 1


Uraniel: L 3


Urbaniel (aerial spirit): L2


Urenia: K4


Urgido: Ab


Uriel [s: "uryhel"] (archangel): E; GV; H; J 3; K4; TS; (aerial angel): L 2, 3; NS 173, 202, 213


Urigo: Ab


Ursa: P ii ii 1; iii vii 26


Ursiel (aerial spirit): L2


Uruel: TS


Uruêl: TS


Usiel: L 2


Usiniel (aerial spirit): L2


usion [s: usyon]: J 2, 3


usiryon: J 1


Ustael (angel of the fourth heaven): H


usyon [s: usion]: J 2, 3


Utifa: Ab


Utiridan: J 5


V (=Vau): H


Va: H


Vaa: H


Vabiel: L 3


Vacdez: P iii vi 1


vaceyll: J 1


Vachat (var. of Bathat): H


Vadriel (aerial spirit): L2


Vadros (aerial spirit): L2


Vagael: L 3


Vagel: L 3


Vah: One of the magic words to counter headache: GH


Vahajah: L 3


Vahejah: L 3


Vajael: L 3


Valac: L 1


Valax: GH


Valefar (demon): G; L 1


validiol [s: valiaiol]: J 2


Valiot: GH


vallis: J 2


Valnum (angel of first heaven): H


Valoi: Magic word: GH


Valuerituf: GV


Vameroz: L 3


Vamiel: L 3


Vanescor: L 3


Vanesiel: L 3


Vaniel: L 3


Vanosyr: L 3


Vaol: K




Vapula: L 1




Varcan (angel of the air runing on Sunday): H


Varf: GV


Variel: L 3


Varios: G


Varmay: L 3


Varpiel (aerial spirit): L2


varthalyn: J 1


vas: J 2


Vasariah: J 5


Vasenel (aerial spirit): L2


Vashiel: L 3


Vaslos (aerial spirit): L2


Vassago: L 1


Vathmiel: L 3


Vatiel: L 3


Vau: K


Vay: H


Vaycheon: G


Vaziel: L 3


veal: J 1




Ve-Ha-Aretz: K


vehemuos [s: behemmos]: J 2


Vehiel: K


Vehuel: J 5


vehuiah: J 5


vehych: J 1


Veil: L 3


Vel (angel of the second heaven): H


Velel (angel of the second heaven): H




velum cella: J 2


Vemael: L 3


Vemasiel: L 3


Vemedeyz: P iii x 9


Venahel (angel of the second heaven): H


Venaydor: L 3


Venehulez: P iii x 12


Venerean spirits: K


Venesiel: L 3




Venochnabrat: G


Venomiel: L 3


Ventariel: L 3


Venus: J 1, 5; L 1, 3; P i ii 4; iii 2; iv 33; v 1, 5, 6, 8, 13, 16, 22, 33, 34; ii iii 6, 12, 14, 15; vi 6, 7; ix 5; x 6, 9, 20, 26-30, 46, 55-67, 85; xi 2; xii 5, 9, 19, 20, 30, 34, 40, 46, 48-50, 55, 57; iii i 7; iii 2, 8, 11, 33; v 3; vii 4, 6, 13, 30, 31; ix 5, 15; xi 96; iv ii 8, 20, 23; iv 8, 25, 32, 38, 40, 43, 55, 56, 59; v 11; vi 6; vii 23, 43, 60, 61; ix 62; T


Vepar: L 1


Vequaniel: L 3


vera peccatorum medicina: J 2


verbum: J 5


verchiel: Angel ruling over Leo (OP2.14); J 5


verday: J 1


veremedyn: J 1


Veritas: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


vermias: GV


vermis: J 5


versiel: J 5


vertus: J 5


Vessur (aerial spirit): L2


Vestas Assa: K4


Vesturiel: GV


Vetuel (angel of first heaven): H


veualiah: J 5


Vevaphel: K


veyn: J 1


Via: J 2; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Vianuel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


Viculus: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Videgoram: G




Vine: L 1


Vionairaba (angel of the fourth heaven): H


Viordy: GV


virga: J 2


Virgo: J 1, 5; K; L 1, 3; P i iv 6, 13-15; v 13, 28; ii xi 18-20; xii 17, 40, 45, 55; iii ii 7; iii 18; iv ii 7, 17


Virtues: K


Virtus: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Visio: One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Vision: Ab


Vita: J 2, 5; One of the 72 holy names of God: GH


Vitalot: One of the magic words to counter headache: GH


vitrea: J 2


vitulus: J 5


vlysacyaia: J 1


vmahel [A: Umabel]: J 5


vna malum: J 2


vnaraxidyn: J 1


vnlylyn: J 1


Vonton: G


vos [s: Avs(?)]: J 1


VPPIAL (Ofafi'el, Heb., angel): NS A18:4


Vraniel (aerial spirit): L2


vridithian: J 5


Vriel (aerial spirit): L2 (2); J 5


vsararyeyll: J 1


vsiologihon [s: ustio..?]: J 2


vsion [s: usyon]: J 2


vsiryon: J 5


vsiston: J 5


vsyon [s: usion]: J 2


vsyryon: J 5


Vuael (angel of first heaven): H


Vual: L 1


vueryn: P i iv 27




Vulcaniel: L 3


Vulnavij: GV


vyxasmyon: J 1


Watchers: E


Xamyon: L 3


Xanoriz: L 3


Xanthir: L 3


Xanthyozod: L 3


Xantiel: L 3


Xantropy: L 3


Xantros: L 3


Xemyzin: L 3


Xemz: P iv vii 23


Xermiel: L 3


Xernifiel: L 3


Xerphiel: L 3


Xirmys: Ab


Xymalim: L 3


y (=Yod, Yaw): H; J 1


ya: H; J 1, 5; Name of God: GH (variant of Yah, Jah, Iah)


yabassa: J 1


yabtasyper: J 1


yadna: J 1


YAH: K; NS 161, 241


Yahbiel: NS 186


Yahel: K


yahnt: J 1




yalgal: J 1


yalsenac: J 1




yamla: J 1


Yamnos (Yâmnos): one of the names of the demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 6b


Yanor: K


yar: J 1


yaran: J 5


yareth: J 5




yaryel: J 1


Yashiel: K


yasmyel: J 1


yasrozyn: J 1


yassar: J 1


yatayell: J 1




yayat: J 1


yayell: J 1


yayin: J 1


Yayn (first hour of day): H; K


Yayon: K


Yazed Mahdat: NS 132


Yazemiz: P iii vii 27


Ybarion: Ab


Ychigas: Ab


ycolmazay [s: ycolmazai]: J 2


ydolmassay: J 2


ydroel: J 5


ye: J 1


yebel: J 1


Yebil: P iv ii 22


yebyryn: J 1


yedemkyeyl: J 1


Yefefiya: NS 213




yehuyha: P i v 27


Yekahel: K


yel: J 1


yelbrayeyell: J 1


yelur: J 5


yemay [s: iemay]: J 2




yeremon: J 5






yesmachia: J 1




Yetaydez: P iii x 10


Yetayroz: P iii x 11


yetulmassaye [s: yenilmassay]: J 2






yfaramel [s: "ylaramel"]: J 3


yfaryamy: J 1


Ygata: K4




ylurahyhel: J 5


Ym: J 5


ymalihor: J 2


ymas: G; J 2, 5


ymathon: J 2


ymei: J 5


Ymeynlethon: J 1, 5


ymiamos: J 2


ymos: J 2


ymraell: J 1


ymuathon: J 2


ynel: J 1


yoas: J 1


yocaleme: J 1




Yod: K


Yomiel: angel: BP 3c


Yopiel: NS 224




ypalis [s: ypolis]: J 2


Yparchos: Ab


ypile: J 2


ypomehiles: J 3


Yragamon: Ab


Yritron: Ab


ysa: J 2


ysael: J 1


ysail: J 2


ysameht: J 2


ysamya [s: ysamyha]: J 2


ysaramana: J 5


ysaray: J 2


ysathay: J 2


ysiscos [s: ysistos]: J 2


Yskyros: J 1, 5


ysmarelion: J 5


ysmas: J 1, 5


Ysmiriek: Ab


Ysquiron: Ab


ysrael: J 1


ystana: J 1


ysyston: J 1, 5


ythanay: J 5


ytrnt: J 1


yturahihel: J 5


yvestre: J 5


ZA (or ZA ZA) (Heb. magic name): NS A17:28


Zaadalahbia: P iv ix 53


Zaadebola: P iv ix 51


Zaajah: L 3


zaan: J 5


zaare: P i v 27


zaarmethihail [s: zaarmatihail]: J 2


Zaazenach: L 3


zabahal: J 2


zabahat: P i v 27


zabaihon [s: labayhon]: J 2


zabay: J 2


zabayel [s: zabahel]: J 2


zabday: J 2


zabele: J 5


zabin: J 5


Zabriel (aerial spirit): L2


zabuather: J 1, 5


zacahel [s: zatahel]: J 2


zacdon: J 1


Zachamay: J 4


Zachamos: J 4


Zachana: J 4


Zachariel: J 5; L 2, 3; T


zachhar [s: zathhar]: J 2


Zachiel: L 3


Zachriel: L 3


Zaciel: L 3


Zackiel: L 3




zadaanchyos [s: zadanthios]: J 2


zadan: J 5


zadanay: J 5




Zadiel: L 3


Zadifor (Zadifór) Angel (or demon) of 6th hour of Sunday: MTS


Zadikiel: angel: BP 3c


Zadkiel: Angel ruling the angelic order of Dominations in OP2.12; J5


zagahel [s: zaguhel]: J 2


Zagal: Ab


Zagalo: Ab


Zagan: L 1


Zagiel: L 3


zagnam: J 2


Zagnazael: NS 213


zagnel [s: zagnhel or ?zaguhel]: J 2




zahamany: J 2


zahamir [s: zahamyr]: J 2


zahayr: J 5




Zahudaz: P iii ix 16




Zajel: L 3


Zakiel: angel: BP 3c


zalamatha: J 2


Zalanes: Ab


Zalay: GV


zalcycyll: J 1


Zaliel (angel of the fifth heaven): H


zallaehatos [s: zallachatos]: J 2




zalymebor [s: zalimebor]: J 2


zalymylos: J 2


zama: J 2, 3


zamaanel: J 1


zamachamar [s: zamathamar]: J 2


zamachoray: J 2


Zamael: J5; K


Zamahyl: P iii vii 33




Zamanyl: J 4


zamaram: J 2


zamarzathon: J 4


zamath [s: zaniath?]: J 2


zamatihel: J 2


zamay: J 4


Zamazchel [s: zamazthel]: J 4


zamazihal: J 2


zamazynyn: J 1


Zamiel: K4; L 3


zamiht: J 2


zammazazay [s: zamma zazay]: J 4


Zamoni: K4


Zamor (aerial spirit): L2


zamoyma: J 3


zamyel: J 1


Zamyn: J 4


zamynel: J 2


zamyrel: J 2


zanaile [s, S2: zanailt]: J 3


zanay: J 2


Zaniel (angel of first heaven): H


zanogromos: J 2


zanothoros: J 2


Zaphkiel: Angel ruling the angelic order of Thrones in OP2.12, OP2.13


zapkiel: J 5


Zaqiel: E


zarafyll: J 1


Zaragil: Ab


zarahoren [s, S2: "zarahoron"]: J 3


zaralamay: J 2


Zaramahe [s: zaramahem]: J 4


Zaramohem [s: zaramahem]: J 4


zaramyhel: J 2


zaraney: J 5


zaraphamy: J 4


Zarathiel [s: zarachiel]: J 4


zarayll: J 1


Zardiel: L 3


Zarduch: name of demon called the "strangling mother of boys": BP 4b, 6b, 1c, 2c, 25c


Zarel: GV


Zargigin: demon (?) sea-monster (?): BP 23c


Zargin: demon (?) sea-monster (?): BP 23c


Zariatnatmik (name of God): G




zarmioch: J 5




zarsayeyll: J 1


zarthaiual [s: zarchamal]: J 2


zaryalyn: J 1


zasamar: J 2


Zasnor: L 3


Zasviel: L 3


zaszyell: J 1


zathon [s: zamayzathon]: J 4


Zatriel: angel: BP 3c


Zauceb: P iv vi 13


Zavael: L 3


zay [s: zai]: J 2, 4


Zayin: K


zaynos: J 2


zazacco [s: zazaico]: J 2


zazaiham: J 2




Zazamanp [s: zazomanp]: J 4


zazamar [s: zamamar]: J 2


Zazar: Magic word: GH


zazarahel: J 2


zazarharon [s: zazar haron]: J 2




Zazel: The spirit of Saturn (OP2.22); K; K4; GH


Zaziel: J 1


Zazyor: L 3


Ze Shem Rav: NS 211


Zeanon: K4


Zebahot: GH


ZEBAOTH (=Sabaoth, Tzabaoth, a name of God): H; L 1, 2, 3


Zebechia: K4


zebial: J 2


Zeboul (Zeboúl): Demon of Saturday/Saturn (complement of its angel, Beel): MTS


zebracal: J 2


Zebul: H


zechar: J 2


ZECHIEL (angel): K


zechor [s: zethor]: J 2


zecromanda: J 4


zedabanay [s: Zedalanay]: J 2


zedach: J 2


zedaich [s: zedaizh]: J 2


zede: J 2


Zedeck: Hebrew for Jupiter. See OP2.13.


Zedeesia: K


Zedeezia: K




Zedet: J 1


Zedezias: K


zedrociel: J 5


zefaell: J 1


zegahaton [s: zegahathon]: J 2


Zegiel: L 3


Zegomothay: J 4


zehanphaton [s: zahan..]: J 2


zehemphagon: J 2


zeherem: J 2


zehetyn: J 2


zehez: J 2


zeheziehelmos [s: zehe ziehelmos]: J 2


zelamye: J 2


Zelebs'el: E


Zelezyon [s: zelezion]


zelfayeyll: J 1


zelidron: J 5


zelimal: J 2


zelmora: J 3


zely: J 2


zelybron: J 1


zelyhon [s: zelihon]: J 2


zelym: J 2


zemabar: J 3


zemahal [s: hemahel]: J 2


zemaher: J 2


zemayl: J 1


zemazadair [s: zemadazan]: J 2


zemazphar [s: zemasphar]: J 2


zemegamary: J 2


zemehet: J 2


zemeihacon [s: zemeihaton]: J 2


zemelaza: J 2


zemeney: J 2


zemey [s: zemei]: J 2


Zemeyel: P iv ii 21


zemeziham [s: zemoziham]: J 2


Zemoel: L 3


zemohay: J 2


zemolym: J 2


zemonoma: J 2


zemothor: J 2


zemyhot: J 2


zenam: J 1


Zenard: K (corruption for Zevaoth = Sabaoth); K4 (pentacle)


zenaziel: J 2


zenel: J 2


zenelyhos: J 2


zenolozihon: J 2


zenon: J 2; K4


Zenoroz: L 3


zenos: J 2


zenozmyhel: J 2


zeomaphar: J 2


zeomasphar [s: zeomaspar]: J 2


zeomonriel [s: zomonrihel]: J 2


Zepar: L 1


zepharonay: J 2


zephastonomos: J 2


zephyrs, spirits of all: E


Zequebin: P iv ix 51


zeregal: J 2


Zeriel (aerial spirit): L2


zeromay [s: seromay]: J 2


zeron: J 2


zerothay: J 2


Zeschar: L 3


zetchora [s, S2 om.]: J 3


zethemalo: J 2


zetheneran [s: zethenaram]: J 2


zethesaphir: J 2


Zethiel: L 3


zetogamyaal [s: zetegomyhal]: J 2






zezael [s: zehahel]: J 2


zezamanay: J 2


zezecca [s: zezetta]: J 2


zezegta: J 2


zezehas: J 2


Zeziel: L 3


Zerizin: demon (?) sea-monster (?): BP 23c


zezihel [s: sezihel]: J 2


zezocha [s: zezoca]: J 2


zezochthiam: J 2


zezor [s: rezor]: J 2


zezoray [s: zezocay]: J 2


zezorias [s: zehorias]: J 2




zicaran: J 1




Zidkenu: Name of God in OP2.12


zihanati: J 2


zihoton: J 2


Ziminiar: L 1


zimphoros [s: zymphoros]: J 2






Zobaa marrach: P iv vii 23


Zodiel: L 3


Zoeniel (aerial spirit): L2


Zoesiel: L 3


Zohal: P iii vii 17; iv vii 23


zohanphaton: J 2




Zohara: P iii vii 30; iv vii 23


zolmazathol: J 2


zoma: J 2, 3




zomize [s: zomye]: J 2


zomyhel: J 2


zopascanelyhos: J 2




zorol: J 2


Zorzorath (Zorzoráth): Angel (or demon) of 3rd hour of Friday: MTS


Zosiel (aerial spirit): L2


zosomeraht: J 3


Zotiel: E


Zoymiel: L 3


zozagam: J 2


zozena: J 2


Zôrôêl: TS


Zugola: Ab




Zuriel: Angel ruling over Libra (OP2.14); J 5


ZUSIMA: magical word used in 'Binding the fever': BP 17c


zyhazanagar [s: zihazanagar]: J 2


Zymeloz: L 3


ZZZZ (Heb. name of God): NS A17:9


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yeah i just read all that, i see what your saying...fallen angels and shit!


good idea on the edit, that was the largest post i have ever seen

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The Testament of Solomon, translated by F. C. Conybeare


This digital edition by Joseph H. Peterson, Copyright © 1997. All rights reserved.


This text is an Old Testament Pseudepigraphic catalog of demons summoned by King Solomon, and how they can be countered by invoking angels and other magical techniques. It is one of the oldest magical texts attributed to King Solomon, dating First to Third Century A.D. Translation is by F. C. Conybeare, Jewish Quarterly Review, October, 1898. Compare with the translation of D. C. Duling in The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, volume 1, Edited by James H. Charlesworth, Doubleday, 1983, p. 935 ff.


I have noted the original page numbers like this: [1]. I have renumbered the footnotes to follow each verse. Footnotes in [] by J.H. Peterson.




The Testament of Solomon


(translated from the codex of the Paris Library, after the edition of Fleck, Wissensch. Reise, bd. ii. abth. 3)


Greek title:--


1. Testament of Solomon, son of David, who was king in Jerusalem, and mastered and controlled all spirits of the air, on the earth, and under the earth. By means of them also he wrought all the transcendent works of the Temple. Telling also of the authorities they wield against men, and by what angels these demons are brought to naught.


Of the sage Solomon.


Blessed art thou, O Lord God, who didst give Solomon such authority. Glory to thee and might unto the ages. Amen.

2. And behold, when the Temple of the city of Jerusalem was being built, and the artificers were working thereat, Ornias the demon came among them toward sunset; and he took away half of the pay of the chief-deviser's (?)1 little boy, as well as half his food. [16] He also continued to suck the thumb of his right hand every day. And the child grew thin, although he was very much loved by the king. 1. [D: master workman’s ]

3. So King Solomon called the boy one day, and questioned him, saying: "Do I not love thee more than all the artisans who are working in the Temple of God? Do I not give thee double wages and a double supply of food? How is it that day by day and hour by hour thou growest thinner?"


4. But the child said to the king: "I pray thee, O king. Listen to what has befallen all that thy child hath. After we are all released from our work on the Temple of God, after sunset, when I lie down to rest, one of the evil demons comes and takes away from me one half of my pay and one half of my food. Then he also takes hold of my right hand and sucks my thumb. And lo, my soul is oppressed, and so my body waxes thinner every day."

5. Now when I Solomon heard this, I entered the Temple of God, and prayed with all my soul, night and day, that the demon might be delivered into my hands, and that I might gain authority over him. And it came about through my prayer that grace was given to me from the Lord Sabaoth by Michael his archangel. [He brought me] a little ring, having a seal consisting of an engraved stone, and said to me: "Take, O Solomon, king, son of David, the gift which the Lord God has sent thee, the highest Sabaoth. With it thou shalt lock up all demons of the earth, male and female; and with their help thou shalt build up Jerusalem. [but] thou [must] wear this seal of God. And this engraving of the seal of the ring sent thee is a Pentalpha."2


2. [D omits the last sentence.]

6. And I Solomon was overjoyed, and praised and glorified the God of heaven and earth. And on the morrow I called the boy, and gave him the ring, and said to him: "take this, and at the hour in which the demon shall come unto thee, throw this ring at the chest of the demon, and say to him: 'In the name of God, King Solomon calls thee hither.3' And then do thou come running to me, without having any misgivings or fear in respect of aught thou mayest hear on the part of the demon." 3. [D: Come! Solomon summons you!]

7. So the child took the ring, and went off; and behold, at the [17] customary hour Ornias, the fierce demon, came like a burning fire to take the pay from the child. But the child according to the instructions received from the king, threw the ring at the chest of the demon, and said: "King Solomon calls thee hither." And then he went off at a run to the king. But the demon cried out aloud, saying: "Child, why hast thou done this to me? Take the ring off me, and I will render to thee the gold of the earth. Only take this off me, and forbear to lead me away to Solomon4." 4. [D: Remove the ring and give it back to Solomon]

8. But the child said to the demon: "As the Lord God of Israel liveth, I will not brook thee. So come hither." And the child came at a run, rejoicing, to the king, and said: "I have brought the demon, O king, as thou didst command me, O my master. And behold, he stands before the gates of the court of thy palace, crying out, and supplicating with a loud voice; offering me the silver and gold of the earth if I will only bring him unto thee5." 5. [D: would not deliver him to you.]

9. And when Solomon heard this, he rose up from his throne, and went outside into the vestibule of the court of his palace; and there he saw the demon, shuddering and trembling. And he said to him: "Who art thou?" And the demon answered: "I am called Ornias."

10. And Solomon said to him: "Tell me, O demon, to what zodiacal sign thou art subject." And he answered: "To the Water-pourer6. And those who are consumed with desire for the noble virgins upon earth . . . . . [there appears to be a lacuna here], these I strangle7. But in case there is no disposition to sleep8, I am changed into three forms. Whenever men come to be enamoured of women, I metamorphose myself into a comely female; and I take hold of the men in their sleep, and play with them. And after a while I again take to my wings, and hie me to the heavenly regions. I also appear as a lion, and I am commanded by all the demons. I am offspring of the archangel Uriel9, the power of God." 6. [D: Aquarius.]


7. [D: I strangle those who reside in Aquarius because of their passion for women whose zodiacal sign is Virgo.]


8. [D: while in a trance...]


9. [D: Ouriel.]

11. I Solomon, having heard the name of the archangel, prayed and glorified God, the Lord of heaven and earth. And I sealed the [18] demon and set him to work at stone-cutting, so that he might cut the stones in the Temple, which, lying along the shore, had been brought by the Sea of Arabia. But he, fearful of the iron, continued and said to me: "I pray thee, King Solomon, let me go free; and I will bring you all the demons." And as he was not willing to be subject to me, I prayed the archangel Uriel to come and succour me; and I forthwith beheld the archangel Uriel coming down to me from the heavens.

12. And the angel bade the whales10 of the sea come out of the abyss. And he cast his destiny upon the ground, and that [destiny] made subject [to him] the great demon11. And he commanded the great demon and bold Ornias, to cut stones at the Temple12. And accordingly I Solomon glorified the God of heaven and Maker of the earth. And he bade Ornias come with his destiny, and gave him the seal, saying: "Away with thee, and bring me hither the prince of all the demons." 10. [D: sea monsters. ... The sea monsters are named Behemoth (the male) and Leviathan (the female) in 4Ezra 6:48-52, 1En 60:7.]


11. [D: he withered up their species and cast his fate to the ground]


12. [D adds: and to bring to completion the construction of the Temple]

13. So Ornias took the finger-ring, and went off to Beelzeboul, who has kingship over the demons. He said to him: "Hither! Solomon calls thee." But Beelzeboul, having heard, said to him: "Tell me, who is this Solomon of whom thou speakest to me?" Then Ornias threw the ring at the chest of Beelzeboul, saying: "Solomon the king calls thee." But Beelzeboul cried aloud with a mighty voice, and shot out a great burning flame of fire; and he arose, and followed Ornias, and came to Solomon.


14. And when I saw the prince of demons, I glorified the Lord God, Maker of heaven and earth, and I said: "Blessed art thou, Lord God Almighty, who hast given to Solomon thy servant wisdom, the assessor of the wise, and hast subjected unto me all the power of he devil."

15. And I questioned him, and said: "Who art thou?" The demon replied: "I am Beelzebub, the exarch of the demons. And all [19] the demons have their chief seats close to me. And I it is who make manifest the apparition of each demon."13 And he promised to bring to me in bonds all the unclean spirits. And I again glorified the God of heaven and earth, as I do always give thanks to him. 13. [D: The demon said, "I am Beelzeboul, the ruler of the demons." I demanded that without interruption he sit next to me and explain the manifestations of the demons.]

16. I then asked of the demon if there were females among them. And when he told me that there were, I said that I desired to see them. So Beelzeboul went off at high speed, and brought unto me Onoskelis, that had a very pretty shape, and the skin of a fair-hued woman; and she tossed her head14. 14. [D: "... fair complexion, but her legs were those of a mule." Onoskelis means "she who has ass's legs."]

17. And when she was come, I said to her: "Tell me who art thou?" But she said to me: "I am called Onoskelis, a spirit wrought ...[?shabtai/Saturn?]15, lurking upon the earth. There is a golden cave where I lie. But I have a place that ever shifts16. At one time I strangle men with a noose; at another, I creep up from the nature to the arms [in marg: "worms"]17. But my most frequent dwelling-places are the precipices, caves, ravines. Oftentimes, however, do I consort with men in the semblance of a woman, and above all with those of a dark skin18. For they share my star with me; since they it is who privily or openly worship my star, without knowing that they harm themselves, and but whet my appetite for further mischief. For they wish to provide money by means of memory (commemoration?)19, but I supply a little to those who worship me fairly." 15. [D: My name is Onoskelis. I am a spirit which has been made into a body.]


16. [D: I have a many sided character.]


17. [D: I pervert them from their true natures.]


18. [D: honey-colored]


19. [D: by remembering (me)]

18. And I Solomon questioned her about her birth, and she replied: "I was born of a voice untimely, the so-called echo of a man's ordure20 dropped in a wood."21 20. For the demon born of an echo we have an analogue in the Hebrew Bath Kol, "the daughter of a voice." In the Gnostic Hymn to Hermes, edited by Dieterich, Abrasax, p 19, we read, l. 104...


21. [D: I was generated from an unexpected voice which is called a voice of the echo of a black (lead?) heaven, emitted in matter. (meaning uncertain)]

19. And I said to her: "Under what star dost thou pass?" And she answered me: "Under the star of the full moon, for the reason that the moon travels over most things." Then I said to her: "And [20] what angel is it that frustrates thee?" And she said to me: "He that in thee [or "through thee"] is reigning." And I thought that she mocked me, and bade a soldier strike her. But she cried aloud, and said: "I am [subjected] to thee, O king, by the wisdom of God given to thee, and by the angel Joel."22 22. [instead of "and by the angel Joel." D reads "So I uttered the name of the Holy One of Israel and..."]

20. So I commanded her to spin the hemp for the ropes used in the building of the house of God; and accordingly, when I had sealed and bound her, she was so overcome and brought to naught as to stand night and day spinning the hemp.


21. And I at once bade another demon to be led unto me; and instantly there approached me the demon Asmodeus23, bound, and I asked him: "Who art thou?" But he shot on me a glance of anger and rage, and said: "And who art thou?" And I said to him: "Thus punished as thou art, answerest thou me?" But he, with rage, said to me: "But how shall I answer thee, for thou art a son of man; whereas I was born an angel's seed by a daughter of man, so that no word of our heavenly kind addressed to the earth-born can be overweening24. Wherefore also my star is bright in heaven, and men call it, some the Wain25, and some the dragon's child. I keep near unto this star. So ask me not many things; for thy kingdom also after a little time is to be disrupted, and thy glory is but for a season. And short will be thy tyranny over us; and then we shall again have free range over mankind, so as that they shall revere us as if we were gods, not knowing, men that they are, the names of the angels set over us."

23. [Asmodeus also appears in Tobit 3:8, and is ultimately derived from the Avestan demon Aeshma-daeva ("demon of wrath"). -JHP]


24. [arrogant.]


25. [D: Great Bear.]

22. And I Solomon, on hearing this, bound him more carefully, and ordered him to be flogged with thongs of ox-hide26, and to tell me humbly what was his name and what his business. And he answered me thus: "I am called Asmodeus among mortals, and my business is to plot against the newly wedded, so that they may not know one another. And I sever them utterly by many calamities, and I waste away the beauty of virgin women, and estrange their hearts." 26. [D: flogged with a rod]

23. And I said to him: "Is this thy only business?" And he answered me: "I transport men into fits of madness and desire, when they have wives of their own, so that they leave them, and go off by [21] night and day to others that belong to other men; with the result that they commit sin, and fall into murderous deeds.27" 27. [D: I spread (or, I *sting to ?) madness about women through the stars, and I have often committed a rash of murders.]

24. And I adjured him by the name of the Lord Sabaôth, saying: "Fear God, Asmodeus, and tell me by what angel thou art frustrated." But he said: "By Raphael, the archangel that stands before the throne of God. But the liver and gall of a fish put me to flight, when smoked over ashes of the tamarisk28." I again asked him, and said: "Hide not aught from me. For I am Solomon, son of David, King of Israel. Tell me the name of the fish which thou reverest." And he answered: "It is the Glanos29 by name, and is found in the rivers of Assyria; wherefore it is that I roam about in those parts." 28. [D: smoking on coals of charcoal. Compare Tobit, where Raphael instructs him in the use of the gall, heart, and liver for various cures.]


29. [D: "sheatfish", a large catfish. Gk. ho, hê glanis.]

25. And I said to him: "Hast thou nothing else about thee, Asmodeus?" And he answered: "The power of God knoweth, which hath bound me with the indissoluble bonds of yonder one's seal, that whatever I have told thee is true. I pray thee, King Solomon, condemn me not to [go into] water." But I smiled, and said to him: "As the Lord God of my fathers liveth, I will lay iron on thee to wear. But thou shalt also make the clay for the entire construction of the Temple, treading it down with thy feet." And I ordered them to give him ten water-jars to carry water in. And the demon groaned terribly, and did the work I ordered him to do. And this I did, because that fierce demon Asmodeus knew even the future. And I Solomon glorified God, who gave wisdom to me Solomon his servant. And the liver of the fish and its gall I hung on the spike of a reed30, and burned it over Asmodeus because of his being so strong, and his unbearable malice was thus frustrated. 30. [D: liver and gall of the fish, along with a branch of storax.]

26. And I summoned again to stand before me Beelzeboul, the prince of demons, and I sat him down on a raised seat of honour, and said to him: "Why art thou alone, prince of the demons?" And he said to me: "Because I alone am left of the angels of heaven that came down32. For I was first angel in the first heaven being entitled Beelzeboul. And now I control all those who are bound in Tartarus. But I too have a child33, and he haunts the Red Sea. And on any suitable occasion he comes up to me again, being subject to me; and reveals to me what he has done, and I support him.34

[22] 31. [D omits "on a raised seat of honour"]


32. [i.e. fell]


33. [D: There also accompanied me another ungodly (angel)]


34. [D: when he is ready, he will come in triumph.]

27. I Solomon said unto him: "Beelzeboul, what is thy employment?" And he answered me: "I destroy kings.35 I ally myself with foreign tyrants. And my own demons I set on36 to men, in order that the latter may believe in them and be lost. And the chosen servants of God, priests and faithful men, I excite unto desires for wicked sins, and evil heresies, and lawless deeds; and they obey me, and I bear them on to destruction. And I inspire men with envy, and [desire for] murder, and for wars and sodomy, and other evil things. And I will destroy the world."37 35. [D: I bring destruction by means of tyrants]


36. [D: to be worshipped]


37. [so MS P. D reads simply "I bring about jealousies and murders in a country, and I instigate wars."]

28. So I said to him: "Bring to me thy child, who is, as thou sayest, in the Red Sea." But he said to me: "I will not bring him to thee. But there shall come to me another demon called Ephippas38. Him will I bind, and he will bring him up from the deep unto me." And I said to him: "How comes thy son to be in the depth of the sea, and what is his name? "And he answered me: "Ask me not, for thou canst not learn from me. However, he will come to thee by any command, and will tell thee openly."39 38. [According to D, Ephippas is an Arabian wind demon.]


39. [D adds: So I said to him, "Tell me in which star you reside." "The one called by men the Evening Star."]

29. I said to him: "Tell me by what angel thou art frustrated." And he answered: "By the holy and precious name of the Almighty God, called by the Hebrews by a row of numbers, of which the sum is 644, and among the Greeks it is Emmanuel1. And if one of the Romans adjure me by the great name of the power Eleéth, I disappear at once." 1. The text must be faulty, for the word Emmanuel is the Hebrew. The sum 644 is got by adding together the Greek numbers.

30. I Solomon was astounded when I heard this; and I ordered him to saw up Theban1 marbles. And when he began to saw the marbles, the other demons cried out with a loud voice, howling because of their king Beelzeboul. 1. We hear of Pentelic marble in Strabo, but the reference in the text may be to Thebes in Egypt.

31. But I Solomon questioned him, saying: "If thou wouldst gain a respite, discourse to me about the things in heaven." And Beelzeboul said: "Hear, O king, if thou burn gum, and incense, and bulb of the sea1, with nard and saffron, and light seven lamps in an earthquake2, thou wilt firmly fix thy house. And if, being pure3, [23] thou light them at dawn in the sun alight, then wilt thou see the heavenly dragons, how they wind themselves along and drag the chariot of the sun." 1. Perhaps the "sea-bulbs" were the balls of hair-like texture which the sea washes up on Mediterranean shores, e.g. in Tunisia.


2. Perhaps "in a row," should be read.


3. For the condition here insisted on cp. Dieterich, Abrasax, p. 141, where in an incantation ceremonial purity is similarly insisted on. The ritual of a magic papyrus given by Dieterich, p. 169, is very similar to that here prescribed in the Testament.

32. And I Solomon, having heard this, rebuked him, and said: "Silence for this present1, and continue to saw the marbles as I commanded thee." And I Solomon praised God, and commanded another demon to present himself to me. And one came before me who carried his face high up in the air, but the rest of the spirit curled away like a snail. And it broke through the few soldiers, and raised also a terrible dust on the ground, and carried it upwards; and then again hurled it back to frighten us, and asked what questions I could ask as a rule. And I stood up, and spat2 on the ground in that spot, and sealed with the ring of God. And forthwith the dust-wind stopped. Then I asked him, saying: "Who art thou, O wind?" Then he once more shook up a dust, and answered me: "What wouldst thou have, King Solomon?" I answered him: "Tell me what thou art called, and I would fain ask thee a question. But so far I give thanks to God who has made me wise to answer their evil plots." 1. So Luke xxii. 51.


2. For the use of spittle to produce a cure or other effect in a magical way, cp. Mark vii. 33 and viii. 23. In John ix. 6, Jesus, we read, "spat on the ground, and made clay of the spittle, and anointed the eyes with the clay." Of this magic use of spittle Pliny, in his Natural History, gives numerous examples. It was common in antiquity.

33. But [the demon] answered me: "I am the spirit of the ashes (Tephras)." And I said to him: "What is thy pursuit?" And he said: "I bring darkness on men, and set fire to fields; and I bring homesteads to naught. But most busy am I in summer. However, when I get an opportunity, I creep into corners of the wall, by night and day. For I am offspring of the great one, and nothing less." Accordingly I said to him: "Under what star dost thou lie?" And he answered: "In the very tip of the moon's horn, when it is found in the south. There is my star. For I have been bidden to restrain the convulsions of the hemitertian fever; and this is why many men pray to the hemitertian fever, using these three names: Bultala, Thallal, [24] Melchal. And I heal them." And I said to him: "I am Solomon; when therefore thou wouldst do harm, by whose aid dost thou do it?" But he said to me: "By the angel's, by whom also the third day's fever is lulled to rest." So I questioned him, and said: "And by what name1?" And he answered: "That of the archangel Azael." And I summoned the archangel Azael, and set a seal on the demon, and commanded him to seize great stones, and toss them up to the workmen on the higher parts of the Temple. And, being compelled, the demon began to do what he was bidden to do. 1. Cp. Acts iv. 7.

34. And I glorified God afresh who gave me this authority, and ordered another demon to come before me. And there came seven spirits1, females, bound and woven together, fair in appearance and comely. And I Solomon, seeing them, questioned them and said: "Who are ye?" But they, with one accord, said with one voice2: "We are of the thirty-three elements of the cosmic ruler of the darkness3." And the first said: "I am Deception." The second said: "I am Strife." The third: "I am Klothod, which is battle." The fourth: "I am Jealousy." The fifth: "I am Power." The sixth: "I am Error." The seventh: "I am the worst of all, and our stars are in heaven. Seven stars humble in sheen, and all together. And we are called as it were goddesses. We change our place all and together, and together we live, sometimes in Lydia, sometimes in Olympus, sometimes in a great mountain." 1. The Pleiades seem to be referred to. Cp. Job xxxviii. 31, in the Revised Version: "Canst thou bind the cluster of the Pleiades?" They had a malign influence. The grouping of evil spirits by sevens is common in Babylonian and Jewish folk-lore. As examples I may cite the Testamentum of Reuben, ch. 2, and the seven evil spirits of the N.T. Possibly, however, the Seven Planets are here in question; though this is unlikely, for they do not tally with the description given.


2. Rom. xv. 6 has the same phrase. For "thirty-three" we should read "thirty-six" elements. Note that later in the Testament these seven spirits are not among the Kosmokrators, a proof that the document before us is a composite one.


3. Paul speaks of the Kosmokrators in Eph. vi. 12: "Our wrestling is not against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world-rulers of this darkness." See Iren. Haer. I. i. 10.

35. So I Solomon questioned them one by one, beginning with the first, and going down to the seventh. The first said: "I am Deception, I deceive and weave snares here and there. I whet and excite heresies. But I have an angel who frustrates me, Lamechalal."



36. Likewise also the second said: "I am Strife, strife of strifes. I bring timbers, stones, hangers, my weapons on the spot. But I have an angel who frustrates me, Baruchiachel."

37. Likewise also the third said: "I am called Klothod1, which is Battle, and I cause the well-behaved to scatter and fall foul one of the other. And why do I say so much? I have an angel that frustrates me: "Marmarath." 1. Fabricius, Cod. Pseudepigr. V.T. vol. I, p. 1047, reads Klothon, which must be i.q. Kludun, which Hesychius explains thus: ...

38. Likewise also the fourth said: "I cause men to forget their sobriety and moderation. I part them and split them into parties; for Strife follows me hand in hand. I rend the husband from the sharer of his bed, and children from parents, and brothers from sisters. But why tell so much to my despite? I have an angel that frustrates me, the great Balthial."


39. Likewise also the fifth said: "I am Power. By power I raise up tyrants and tear down kings. To all rebels I furnish power. I have an angel that frustrates me, Asteraôth."1 1. D: Asteraoth. Cp. 1Kgs 11:5. -JHP

40. Likewise also the sixth said: "I am Error1, O King Solomon. And I will make thee to err, as I have before made thee to err, when I caused thee to slay thy own brother2. I will lead you into error, so as to pry into graves3; and 1 teach them that dig, and I lead errant souls away from all piety, and many other evil traits are mine. But I have an angel that frustrates me, Uriel." 1. Cp. Testam. of Symeon, ch. 3.


2. See I Kings ii. 25.


3. A reference to necromancy, of which the object was to oblige the spirit of the dead to enter oneself.

41. Likewise also the seventh said: "I am the worst, and I make thee worse off than thou wast; because I will impose the bonds of Artemis. But the locust1 will set me free, for by means thereof is it fated that thou shalt achieve my desire . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . For if one were wise, he would not turn his steps toward me." 1. This refers to the closing incident narrated in the Testament, the sacrificing by Solomon of five locusts to Moloch. Tatian, Orat. ad Graecos, cap. 12, speaks of Artemis magos. She is the same as Hecate.

42. So I Solomon, having heard and wondered, sealed them with my ring; and since they were so considerable, I bade them dig the foundations of the Temple of God. For the length of it was 250 cubits. And I bade them be industrious, and with one murmur of joint protest they began to perform the tasks enjoined.



43. But I Solomon glorified the Lord, and bade another demon come before me. And there was brought to me a demon having all the limbs of a man, but without a head. And I, seeing him, said to him: "Tell me, who art thou?'' And he answered: "I am a demon." So I said to him: "Which?" And he answered me: "I am called Envy. For I delight to devour heads, being desirous to secure for myself a head; but I do not eat enough, but am anxious to have such a head as thou hast."

44. I Solomon, on hearing this, sealed him, stretching out my hand against his chest. Whereon the demon leapt up, and threw himself down, and gave a groan, saying: "Woe is me! where am I come to? O traitor Ornias, I cannot see!" So I said to him: "I am Solomon. Tell me then how thou dost manage to see." And he answered me: "By means of my feelings." I then, Solomon, having heard his voice come up to me, asked him how he managed to speak. And he answered me: "I, O King Solomon, am wholly voice, for I have inherited the voices of many men. For in the case of all men who are called dumb, I it is who smashed their heads, when they were children and had reached their eighth day. Then when a child is crying in the night, I become a spirit, and glide by means of his voice. . . . In the crossways1 also I have many services to render, and my encounter is fraught with harm. For I grasp in all instant a man's head, and with my hands, as with a sword, I cut it off, and put it on to myself. And in this way, by means of the fire which is in me, through my neck it is swallowed up. I it is that sends grave mutilations and incurable on men's feet, and inflict sores." 1. This seems the sense of enodiais, unless understood, trivialibus dis, "to the demons of the wayside or cross-road." Hecate was such a goddess, and in C.I. 26 we have mention of a daimon enodia, the Latin Trivia. As a subst. the neut. plur. enodia: = blisters caused by walking, in Theophr, Sud. 15.

45. And I Solomon, on hearing this, said to him: "Tell me how thou dost discharge forth the fire? Out of what sources dost thou emit it?" And the spirit said to me: "From the Day-star1. For here hath not yet been found that Elburion, to whom men offer prayers and kindle lights. And his name is invoked by the seven demons before me. And he cherishes them." 1. Or, "from the Orient."

46. But I said to him: "Tell me his name." But he answered: "I cannot tell thee. For if I tell his name, I render myself incurable. But he will come in response to his name." And on hearing this, I Solomon said to him: "Tell me then, by what angel thou art frustrated?" And he answered: "By the fiery flash of lightning." [27] And I bowed myself before the Lord God of Israel, and bade him remain in the keeping of Beelzeboul until Iax1 should come. 1. Bornemann conjectures "a guardian or watcher." But the angel Iax recurs below in # 86.

47. Then I ordered another demon to come before me, and there came into my presence a hound, having a very large shape, and it spoke with a loud voice, and said, "Hail, Lord, King Solomon!" And I Solomon was astounded. I said to it: Who art thou, O hound?" And it answered: "I do indeed seem to thee to be a hound, but before thou wast, O King Solomon, I was a man that wrought many unholy deeds on earth. I was surpassingly learned in letters, and was so mighty that I could hold the stars of heaven back. And many divine works did I prepare. For I do harm to men who follow after our star, and turn them to . . . .1 And I seize the frenzied men by the larynx, and so destroy them." 1. The MS. has a vox nihili. Can it mean "her that is born of echo" (see above, p. 19, n. 8).?

48. And I Solomon said to him: "What is thy name?" And he answered: ''Staff" (Rabdos). And I said to him: "What is thine employment? And what results canst thou achieve?" And he replied: ''Give me thy man, and I will lead him away into a mountainous spot, and will show him a green stone tossed to and fro, with which thou mayest adorn the temple of the Lord God."

49. And I Solomon, on hearing this, ordered my servant to set off with him, and to take the finger-ring bearing the seal of God with him. And I said to him: "Whoever shall show thee the green stone, seal him with this finger-ring. And mark the spot with care, and bring me the demon hither. And the demon showed him the green stone, and he sealed it, and brought the demon to me. And I Solomon decided to confine with my seal on my right hand the two, the headless demon, likewise the hound, that was so huge1; he should be bound as well. And I bade the hound keep safe the fiery spirit so that lamps as it were might by day and night cast their light through its maw on the artisans at work. 1. The text seems corrupt here.

50. And I Solomon took from the mine of that stone 200 shekels for the supports of the table of incense, which was similar in appearance. And I Solomon glorified the Lord God, and then closed round the treasure of that stone. And I ordered afresh the demons to cut marble for the construction of the house of God. And I Solomon prayed to the Lord, and asked the hound, saying: "By what angel [28] art thou frustrated?" And the demon replied: "By the great Brieus1." 1. Briareus is suggested by Bornemann as the right reading, but with little probability, since Briareus would not have been turned into an angel.

51. And I praised the Lord God of heaven and earth, and bade another demon come forward to me; and there came before me one in the form of a lion roaring. And he stood and answered me saying: "O king, in the form which I have, I am a spirit quite incapable of being perceived. Upon all men who lie prostrate with sickness I leap, coming stealthily along; and I render the man weak, so that his habit of body is enfeebled. But I have also another glory, O king. I cast out demons, and I have legions under my control. And I am capable of being received1 in my dwelling-places, along with all the demons belonging to the legions under me." But I Solomon, on hearing this, asked him: "What is thy name?" But he answered: "Lion-bearer, Rath2 in kind." And I said to him: "How art thou to be frustrated along with thy legions? What angel is it that frustrates thee?" And he answered: "If I tell thee my name, I bind not myself alone, but also the legions of demons under me." 1. dektikos seems here to bear this sense, as also in the fragment of a very old commentary on the Shepherd of Hermas in the Oxyrhynchus papyri. part i, by Grenfell and Hunt, 1898, p. 9. The dwelling-places are the persons of whom the spirit, good or evil, takes possession. So in the Docetic Acta Iohannis (ed. M.R. James) the Christ says: "I have no dwelling, and I have dwellings; I have no place, and I have places; I have no temple, and I have temples. ... Behold thyself in me who address thee."


2. radinos, "slender tapering" is suggested by Bornemann as the true reading, because a "staff" might be such.

52. So I said to him: "I adjure thee in the name of the God Sabaoth, to tell me by what name thou art frustrated along with thy host." And the spirit answered me: "The 'great among men,' who is to suffer many things at the hands of men, whose name is the figure 644, which is Emmanuel; he it is who has bound us, and who will then come and plunge us from the steep1 under water. He is noised abroad in the three letters which bring him down2." 1. The allusion is to the swine of Gadara.


2. The three characters are apparently the numbers 644.

53. And I Solomon, on hearing this, glorified God, and condemned his legion to carry wood from the thicket. And I condemned the [29] lion-shaped one himself to saw up the wood small with his teeth, for burning in the unquenchable furnace for the Temple of God.

54. And I worshipped the Lord God of Israel, and bade another demon come forward. And there came before me a dragon, three-headed, of fearful hue. And I questioned him: "Who art thou?" And he answered me: "I am a caltrop-like spirit1, whose activity in three lines. But I blind children in women's wombs, and twirl their ears round. And I make them deaf2 and mute. And I have again in my third head means of slipping in3. And I smite men in the limbless part of the body, and cause them to fall down, and foam, and grind their teeth. But I have my own way of being frustrated, Jerusalem being signified in writing, unto the place called 'of the head4." For there is fore-appointed the angel of the great counsel, and now he will openly dwell on the cross. He doth frustrate me, and to him am I subject." 1. Tribolaios. The tribolos was a three-spiked instrument, thrown on the ground to wound horses' feet.


2. bubá, an unknown word.


3. a word of doubtful sense.


4. i.e. Golgotha. The old legend was that Adam's skull reposed in this spot, and that the cross was planted upon it.

55. "But in the place where thou sittest, O King Solomon, standeth a column in the air, of purple...1 The demon called Ephippas hath brought [it] up from the Red Sea, from inner Arabia. He it is that shall be shut up in a skin-bottle and brought before thee. But at the entrance of the Temple, which thou hast begun to build, O King Solomon, lies stored much gold, which dig thou up and carry off." And I Solomon sent my servant, and found it to be as the demon told me. And I sealed him with my ring, and praised the Lord God." 1. The meaning of the last part of this compound is unknown.

56. So I said to him: "What art thou called?" And the demon said: "I am the crest of dragons." And I bade him make bricks in the Temple. He had human hands.

57. And I adored the Lord God of Israel, and bade another demon present himself. And there came before me a spirit in woman's form, that had a head without any limbs1, and her hair was dishevelled. And I said to her: "Who art thou?" But she answered: "Nay, who art thou? And why dost thou want to hear concerning me? But, as thou wouldst learn, here I stand bound before thy face. Go [30] then into thy royal storehouses and wash thy hands. Then sit down afresh before thy tribunal, and ask me questions; and thou shalt learn, O king, who I am." 1. Here we seem to have the Greek head of Medusa transformed into a demon.

58. And I Solomon did as she enjoined me, and restrained myself because of the wisdom dwelling in me1; in order that I might hear of her deeds, and reprehend them, and manifest them to men. And I sat down, and said to the demon: "What art thou?" And she said: "I am called among men Obizuth; and by night I sleep not, but go my rounds over all the world, and visit women in childbirth. And divining the hour I take my stand2; and if I am lucky, I strangle the child. But if not, I retire to another place. For I cannot for a single night retire unsuccessful. For I am a fierce3 spirit, of myriad names and many shapes. And now hither, now thither I roam. And to westering parts I go my rounds. But as it now is, though thou hast sealed me round with the ring of God, thou hast done nothing. I am not standing before thee, and thou wilt not be able to command me. For I have no work other than the destruction of children, and the making their ears to be deaf, and the working of evil to their eyes, and the binding their mouths with a bond, and the ruin of their minds, and paining of their bodies." 1. The Sophia, identified by Philo and the early Fathers with the Logos, is supposed to have entered into and taken possession of Solomon as it afterwards did with Jesus.


2. stamatihu, an unknown verb.


3. xalepón.

59. When I Solomon heard this, I marvelled at her appearance, for I beheld all her body to be in darkness. But her glance was altogether bright and greeny, and her hair was tossed wildly like a dragon's; and the whole of her limbs were invisible. And her voice was very clear as it came to me. And I cunningly said: "Tell me by what angel thou art frustrated, O evil spirit?" By she answered me: "By the angel of God called Afarôt, which is interpreted Raphael, by whom I am frustrated now and for all time. His name, if any man know it, and write the same on a woman in childbirth, then I shall not be able to enter her. Of this name the number is 6401." And I Solomon having heard this, and having glorified the Lord, ordered her hair to be bound, and that she should be hung up in front of the Temple of God; that all the children of Israel, as they passed, might see it, and glorify the Lord God of Israel, who had given me this authority, with wisdom and power from God, by means of this signet. 1. Bornemann (Zeitschr. f.d. Hist. Theol. 1844, p. 38) gives the tale of figures. r = 100; a = 1; f = 500; a = 1; m = 8; l = 30. Total 640.



60. And I again ordered another demon to come before me. And the came, rolling itself along, one in appearance like to a dragon, but having the face and hands of a man. And all its limbs, except the feet, were those of a dragon; and it had wings on its back. And when I beheld it, I was astonied, and said: "Who art thou, demon, and what art thou called? And whence hast thou come? Tell me."

61. And the spirit answered and said: "This is the first time I have stood before the, O King Solomon. I am a spirit made into a god among men, but now brought to naught by the ring and wisdom vouchsafed to thee by God. Now I am the so-called winged dragon1, and I chamber2 not with many women, but only with a few that are of fair shape, which possess the name of xuli3, of this star. And I pair with them in the guise of a spirit winged in form, coitum habens per nates4. And she on whom I have leapt goes heavy with child, and that which is born of her becomes eros. But since such offspring cannot be carried by men, the woman in question breaks wind. Such is my role. Supposed then only that I am satisfied, and all the other demons molested and disturbed by thee will speak the whole truth. But those composed of fire 5 will cause to be burned up by fire the material of the logs which is to be collected by them for the building in the Temple." 1. pterodrákun, a word not in the lexicons.


2. [i.e. copulate.]


3. [D: Touxylou.]


4. [D: copulating (with them) through their buttocks.]


5. Tà dè dià pyrós.

62. And as the demon said this, I saw the spirit going forth from his mouth, and it consumed the wood of the frankincense-tree, and burned up all the logs which we had placed in the Temple of God. And I Solomon saw what the spirit had done, and I marvelled.


63. And, having glorified God, I asked the dragon-shaped demon, and said: "Tell me, by what angel art thou frustrated?" And he answered: "By the great angel which has its seat in the second heaven, which is called in Hebrew Bazazeth. And I Solomon, having heard this, and having invoked his angel, condemned him to saw up marbles for the building of the Temple of God; and I praised God, and commanded another demon to come before me.

64. And there came before my face another spirit, as it were a woman in the form she had. But on her shoulders she had two other heads with hands. And I asked her, and said: "Tell me, who art thou?" And she said to me: "I am Enêpsigos, who also have a myriad names." And I said her: "By what angel art thou frustrated?" But she said to me: "What seekest, what askest thou? I undergo changes, like the goddess I am called. And I change again, and pass into possession of another shape. And be not [32] desirous therefore to know all that concerns me. But since thou art before me for this much, hearken. I have my abode in the moon, and for that reason I possess three forms. At times I am magically1 invoked by the wise as Kronos. At other times, in connexion with those who bring me down, I come down and appear in another shape. The measure of the element2 is inexplicable and indefinable, and not to be frustrated. I then, changing into these three forms, come down and become such as thou seest me; but I am frustrated by the angel Rathanael, who sits in the third heaven. This then is why I speak to thee. Yonder temple cannot contain me." 1. mageyoméne.


2. Perhaps "the place or size of the heavenly body."

65. I therefore Solomon prayed to my God, and I invoked the angel of whom Enépsigos spoke to me, and used my seal. And I sealed her with a triple chain, and (placed) beneath her the fastening of the chain. I used the seal of God, and the spirit prophesied to me, saying: "This is what thou, King Solomon, doest to us. But after a time thy kingdom shall be broken, and again in season this Temple shall be riven asunder1; and all Jerusalem shall be undone by the King of the Persians and Medes and Chaldaeans. And the vessels of this Temple, which thou makest, shall be put to servile uses of the gods; and along with them all the jars, in which thou dost shut us up, shall be broken by the hands of men. And then we shall go forth in great power hither and thither, and be disseminated all over the world. And we shall lead astray the inhabited world for a long season, until the Son of God is stretched upon the cross. For never before doth arise a king like unto him, one frustrating us all, whose mother shall not have contact with man. Who else can receive such authority over spirits, except he, whom the first devil will seek to tempt, but will not prevail over? The number of his name is 6442, which is Emmanuel. Wherefore, O King Solomon, thy time is evil, and thy years short and evil, and to thy servant shall thy kingdom be given3." 1. I conjecture the sense which the word must bear in this context.


2. xmd.


3. This prophecy corresponds roughly to the one which Lactantius, Instit. Div. lib. iv. c. 18, quotes from an apocryphal Book of Solomon.

66. And I Solomon, having heard this, glorified God. And though I marvelled at the apology of the demons, I did not credit it until it came true. And I did not believe their words; but when they were [33] realized, then I understood, and at my death I wrote this Testament to the children of Israel, and gave it to them, so that they might know the powers of the demons and their shapes, and the names of their angels, by which these angels are frustrated. And I glorified the Lord God of Israel, and commanded the spirits to be bound with bonds indissoluble.

67. And having praised God, I commanded another spirit to come before me; and there came before my face another demon, having in front the shape of a horse, but behind of a fish. And he had a mighty voice, and said to me: "O King Solomon, I am a fierce spirit of the sea, and I am greedy of gold and silver. I am such a spirit as rounds itself and comes over the expanses of the water of the sea, and I trip up the men who sail thereon. For I round myself into a wave1, and transform myself, and then throw myself on ships and come right in on them. And that is my business, and my way of getting hold of money and men. For I take the men, and whirl them round with myself, and hurl the men out of the sea. For I am not covetous of men's bodies, but cast them up out of the sea so far. But since Beelzeboul, ruler of the spirits of air and of those under the earth, and lord of earthly ones, hath a joint kingship with us in respect of the deeds of each one of us, therefore I went up from the sea, to get a certain outlook 2 in his company. 1. Cp. Jude 13. That Jude here indulges in no mere metaphor is clear from the words which follow, which embody the belief detailed in the Testament of Solomon, p. 40.


2. "descent, or spiritual assault."

68. "But I also have another character and role. I metamorphose myself into waves, and come up from the sea. And I show myself to men, so that those on earth call me Kunopaston1, because I assume the human form. And my name is a true one. For by my passage up into men, I send forth a certain nausea. I came then to take counsel with the prince Beelzeboul; and he bound me and delivered me into thy hands. And I am here before thee because of this seal, and thou dost now torment me2. Behold now, in two or three days the spirit that converseth with thee will fail, because I shall have no water." 1. Cf. Pliny, Nat. Hist. 24. 74 "Cynosbaton, alii Cynospaston, alii neurospaston vocant; folium habet vestigio hominis simile. Fert et uvam nigram, in cuius acino nervum habet, unde neurospastos dicitur." The human form revealed itself in the footstep, which the leaf resembled.


2. basaníxeis. Cp. Matt. viii. 6, 29; xiv. 24; Mark v. 7.

69. And I said to him: "Tell me by what angel thou art frustrated." [34] And he answered: "By Iameth." And I glorified God. I commanded the spirit to be thrown into a phial along with ten jugs of sea-water of two measures each1. And I sealed them round above the marbles and asphalt and pitch in the mouth of the vessel. And having sealed it with my ring, I ordered it to be deposited in the Temple of God. And I ordered another spirit to come before me. 1. Cp. John ii. 6.

70. And there came before my face another enslaved spirit, having obscurely the form of a man, with gleaming eyes, and bearing in his hand a blade. And I asked: "Who art thou? But he answered: "I am a lascivious spirit, engendered of a giant man who dies in the massacre in the time of the giants." I said to him: "Tell me what thou art employed on upon earth, and where thou hast thy dwelling."

71. And he said: "My dwelling is in fruitful places, but my procedure is this. I seat myself beside the men who pass along among the tombs, and in untimely season I assume the form of the dead; and if I catch any one, I at once destroy him with my sword. But if I cannot destroy him, I cause him to be possessed with a demon, and to devour his own flesh, and the hair to fall off his chin." But I said to him: "Do thou then be in fear of the God of heaven and of earth, and tell me by angel thou art frustrated." And he answered: "He destroys me who is to become Saviour, a man whose number, if any one shall write it on his forehead1, he will defeat me, and in fear I shall quickly retreat. And, indeed, if any one write this sign on him, I shall be in fear." And I Solomon, on hearing this, and having glorified the Lord God, shut up this demon like the rest. 1. Rev. ix. 4; xiii, 16, 17.

72. And I commanded another demon to come before me. And there came before my face thirty-six spirits, their heads shapeless like dogs, but in themselves they were human in form; with faces of asses, faces of oxen, and faces of birds. And I Solomon, on hearing and seeing them, wondered, and I asked them and said: "Who are you?" But they, of one accord with one voice, said1: "We are the thirty-six elements, the world-rulers 2 of this darkness. But, O King Solomon, thou wilt not wrong us nor imprison us, nor lay command on us; but since the Lord God has given thee authority over every spirit, in the air, and on the earth, and under the earth, therefore do we also present ourselves before thee like the other spirits, from ram and bull, from [35] both twin and crab, lion and virgin, scales and scorpion, archer, goat-horned, water-pourer, and fish. 1. Acts ii. 1.


2. kosmokratores. Cp. Paul, Eph. vi. 12; Origen, c. Celsum, viii, 58.

73. Then I Solomon invoked the name of the Lord Sabaoth, and questioned each in turn as to what was its character. And I bade each one come forward and tell of its actions. Then the first one came forward, and said: "I am the first decans of the zodiacal circle, and I am called the ram, and with me are these two." So I put to them the question: "Who are ye called?" The first said: "I, O Lord, am called Ruax, and I cause the heads of men to be idle, and I pillage their brows. But let me only hear the words, 'Michael, imprison Ruax,' and at once I retreat."


74. And the second said: "I am called Barsafael, and I cause those who are subject to my hour to feel the pain of migraine. If only I hear the words, 'Gabriel, imprison Barsafael,' at once I retreat."

75. The third said: "I am called Arôtosael. I do harm to eyes, and grievously injure them. Only let me hear the words, 'Uriel, imprison Aratosael' (sic), at once I retreat . . . . .1" 1. There seems to be a lacuna here.

76. The fifth said: "I am called Iudal, and I bring about a block in the ears and deafness of hearing. If I hear, 'Uruel Iudal,' I at once retreat."

77. The sixth said: "I am called Sphendonaêl. I cause tumours of the parotid gland, and inflammations of the tonsils, and tetanic recurvation1. If I hear, 'Sabrael, imprison Sphendonaêl,' at once I retreat.'' 1. The Greek medical terms which stand in the Greek text are found in Hippocrates, Galen, and Cuel. Aurel.

78. And the Seventh said: "I am called Sphandôr, and I weaken the strength of the shoulders, and cause them to tremble; and I paralyze the nerves of the hands, and I break and bruise the bones of the neck. And I, I suck out the marrow. But if I hear the words, 'Araêl, imprison Sphandôr,' I at once retreat."


79. And the eight said: "I am called Belbel. I distort the hearts and minds of men. If I hear the words, 'Araêl, imprison Belbel,' I at once retreat."


80. And the ninth said: "I am called Kurtaêl. I send colics in the bowels. I induce pains. If I hear the words, 'Iaôth, imprison Kurtaêl,' I at once retreat."


81. The tenth said: "I am called Metathiax. I cause the reins to ache. If I hear the words, 'Adônaêl, imprison Metathiax,' I at once retreat."


82. The eleventh said: "I am called Katanikotaêl. I create strife [36] and wrongs in men's homes, and send on them hard temper. If any one would be at peace in his home, let him write on seven leaves of laurel the name of the angel that frustrates me, along with these names: Iae, Ieô, sons of Sabaôth, in the name of the great God let him shut up Katanikotaêl. Then let him wash the laurel-leaves in water, and sprinkle his house with the water, from within to the outside. And at once I retreat."


83. The twelfth said: "I am called Saphathoraél, and I inspire partisanship in men, and delight in causing them to stumble. If any one will write on paper these names of angels, Iacô, Iealô, Iôelet, Sabaôth, Ithoth, Bae, and having folded it up, wear it round his neck or against his ear, I at once retreat and dissipate the drunken fit."


84. The thirteenth said: "I am called Bobêl (sic), and I cause nervous illness by my assaults. If I hear the name of the great 'Adonaêl, imprison Bothothêl,' I at once retreat."


85. The fourteenth said: "I am called Kumeatêl, and I inflict shivering fits and torpor. If only I hear the words: 'Zôrôêl, imprison Kumentaêl,' I at once retreat."


86. The fifteenth said: "I am called Roêlêd. I cause cold and frost and pain in the stomach. Let me only hear the words: 'Iax, bide not, be not warmed, for Solomon is fairer than eleven fathers,' I at [once] retreat."

87. The sixteenth said: "I am called Atrax. I inflict upon men fevers, irremediable and harmful. If you would imprison me, chop up coriander1 and smear it on the lips, reciting the following charm: 'The fever which is from dirt. I exorcise thee by the throne of the most high God, retreat from dirt and retreat from the creature fashioned by God.' And at once I retreat." 1. Pliny, Nat. Hist. xx. 20, notes the same use of coriander: "Seminis grana tria in tertianis devorari iubent aliqui ante accessionem, vel plura illini fronti." The Testament evidently belongs to Pliny's age.

88. The seventeenth said: "I am called Ieropaêl. On the stomach of men I sit, and cause convulsions in the bath and in the road; and wherever I be found, or find a man, I throw him down. But if any one will say to the afflicted into their ear these names, three times over, into the right ear: 'Iudarizê, Sabunê, Denôê,' I at once retreat."


89. The eighteenth said: "I am called Buldumêch. I separate wife from husband and bring about a grudge between them. If any one write down the names of thy sires, Solomon, on paper and place it in the ante-chamber of his house, I retreat thence. And the legend written shall be as follows: 'The God of Abram, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob commands thee -- retire from this house in peace.' And I at once retire."



90. The nineteenth said: "I am called Naôth, and I take my seat on the knees of men. If any one write on paper: 'Phnunoboêol, depart Nathath, and touch thou not the neck,' I at once retreat."


91. The twentieth said: "I am called Marderô. I send on men incurable fever. If any one write on the leaf of a book: 'Sphênêr, Rafael, retire, drag me not about, flay me not,' and tie it round his neck, I at once retreat."

92. The twenty-first said: "I am called Alath, and I cause coughing and hard-breathing in children. If any one write on paper: 'Rorêx, do thou pursue Alath,' and fasten it round his neck, I at once retire...1" 1. There must here be a lacuna in the text.

93. The twenty-third said: "I am called Nefthada. I cause the reins to ache, and I bring about dysury. If any one write on a plate of tin the words: 'Iathôth, Uruêl, Nephthada,' and fasten it round the loins, I at once retreat."


94. The twenty-fourth said: "I am called Akton. I cause ribs and lumbic muscles to ache. If one engrave on copper material, taken from a ship which has missed its anchorage, this: 'Marmaraôth, Sabaôth, pursue Akton,' and fasten it round the loin, I at once retreat."


95. The twenty-fifth said: "I am called Anatreth, and I rend burnings and fevers into the entrails. But if I hear: 'Arara, Charara,' instantly do I retreat."


96. The twenty-sixth said: "I am called Enenuth. I steal away men's minds, and change their hearts, and make a man toothless (?). If one write: 'Allazoôl, pursue Enenuth,' and tie the paper round him, I at once retreat."

97. The twenty-seventh said: "I am called Phêth. I make men consumptive and cause hemorrhagia. ,If one exorcise me in wine, sweet-smelling and unmixed by the eleventh aeon1, and say: 'I exorcise thee by the eleventh aeon to stop, I demand, Phêth (Axiôphêth),' then give it to the patient to drink, and I at once retreat." 1. A Gnostic reference. Just above "eleven fathers" were mentioned.

98. The twenty-eighth said: "I am called Harpax, and I send sleeplessness on men. If one write 'Kokphnêdismos,' and bind it round the temples, I at once retire."


99. The twenty-ninth said: "I am called Anostêr. I engender uterine mania and pains in the bladder. If one powder into pure oil three seeds of laurel and smear it on, saying: 'I exorcise thee, Anostêr. Stop by Marmaraô,' at once I retreat."


100. The thirtieth said: "I am called Alleborith. If in eating [38] fish one has swallowed a bone, then he must take a bone from the fish and cough, and at once I retreat."


101. The thirty-first said: "I am called Hephesimireth, and cause lingering disease. If you throw salt, rubbed in the hand, into oil and smear it on the patient, saying: 'Seraphim, Cherubim, help me!' I at once retire."


102. The thirty-second said: "I am called Ichthion. I paralyze muscles and contuse them. If I hear 'Adonaêth, help!' I at once retire."

103. The thirty-third said: "I am called Agchoniôn. I lie among swaddling-clothes and in the precipice. And if any one write on fig-leaves 'Lycurgos,' taking away one letter at a time, and write it, reversing the letters, I retire at once. 'Lycurgos, ycurgos, kurgos, yrgos, gos, os1.'" 1. botrydón, for which Bornemann conjectures boystrofydón. There is a parallel in a magic papyrus edited by Dieterich (Abraxas, p. 185).

104. The thirty-fourth said: "I am called Autothith. I cause grudges and fighting. Therefore I am frustrated by Alpha and Omega, if written down."


105. The thirty-fifth said: "I am called Phthenoth. I cast evil eye on every man. Therefore, the eye much-suffering, if it be drawn. frustrates me."


106. The thirty-sixth said: "I am called Bianakith. I have a grudge against the body. I lay waste houses, I cause flesh to decay, and all else that is similar. If a man write on the front-door of his house: 'Mêltô, Ardu, Anaath,' I flee from that place."


107. And I Solomon, when I heard this, glorified the God of heaven and earth. And I commanded them to fetch water in the Temple of God. And I furthermore prayed to the Lord God to cause the demons without, that hamper humanity, to be bound and made to approach the Temple of God. Some of these demons I condemned to do the heavy work of the construction of the Temple of God. Others I shut up in prisons. Others I ordered to wrestle with fire in (the making of) gold and silver, sitting down by lead and spoon. And to make ready places for the other demons in which they should be confined.


108. And I Solomon had much quiet in all the earth, and spent my life in profound peace, honoured by all men and by all under heaven. And I built the entire Temple of the Lord God. And my kingdom was prosperous, and my army was with me. And for the rest the city of Jerusalem had repose, rejoicing and delighted. [39] And all the kings of the earth came to me from the ends of the earth to behold the Temple which I builded to the Lord God. And having heard of the wisdom given to me, they did homage to me in the Temple, bringing gold and silver and precious stones, many and divers, and bronze, and iron, and lead, and cedar logs. And woods decay not they brought me, for the equipment of the Temple of God.


109. And among them also the queen of the South, being a witch, came in great concern and bowed low before me to the earth. And having heard my wisdom, she glorified the God of Israel, and she made formal trial of all my wisdom, of all love in which I instructed her, according to the wisdom imparted to me. And all the sons of Israel glorified God.


110. And behold, in those days one of the workmen, of ripe old age, threw himself down before me, and said: "King Solomon, pity me, because I am old." So I bade him stand up, and said: "Tell me, old man, all you will." And he answered: "I beseech you king, I have an only-born son, and he insults and beats me openly, and plucks out the hair of my head, and threatens me with a painful death. Therefore I beseech you avenge me.


111. And I Solomon, on hearing this, felt compunction as I looked at his old age; and I bade the child be brought to me. And when he was brought I questioned him whether it were true. And the youth said: "I was not so filled with madness as to strike my father with my hand. Be kind to me, O king. For I have not dared to commit such impiety, poor wretch that I am." But I Solomon on hearing this from the youth, exhorted the old man to reflect on the matter, and accept his son's apology. However, he would not, but said he would rather let him die. And as the old man would not yield, I was about to pronounce sentence on the youth, when I saw Ornias the demon laughing. I was very angry at the demon's laughing in my presence; and I ordered my men to remove the other parties, and bring forward Ornias before my tribunal. And when he was brought before me, I said to him: "Accursed one, why didst thou look at me and laugh?" And the demon answered: "Prithee, king, it was not because of thee I laughed, but because of this ill-starred old man and the wretched youth, his son. For after three days his son will die untimely; and lo, the old man desires to foully make away with him."


112. But I Solomon, having heard this, said to the demon: "Is that true that thou speakest?" And he answered: "It is true; O king." And I, on hearing that, bade them remove the demon, and that they should again bring before me the old man with his son. I bade them 40 make friends with one another again, and I supplied them with food. And then I told the old man after three days to bring his son again to me here; "and," said I, "I will attend to him." And they saluted me, and went their way.


113. And when they were gone I ordered Ornias to be brought forward, and said to him: "Tell me how you know this;" and he answered: "We demons ascend into the firmament of heaven, and fly about among the stars. And we hear the sentences which go forth upon the souls of men, and forthwith we come, and whether by force of influence, or by fire, or by sword, or by some accident, we veil our act of destruction; and if a man does not die by some untimely disaster or by violence, then we demons transform ourselves in such a way as to appear to men and be worshipped in our human nature."

114. I therefore, having heard this, glorified the Lord God, and again I questioned the demon, saying: "Tell me how ye can ascend into heaven, being demons, and amidst the stars and holy angels intermingle." And he answered: "Just as things are fulfilled in heaven, so also on earth (are fulfilled) the types1 of all of them. For there are principalities, authorities, world-rulers2, and we demons fly about in the air; and we hear the voices of the heavenly beings, and survey all the powers. And as having no ground (basis) on which to alight and rest, we lose strength and fall off like leaves from trees. And men seeing us imagine that the stars are falling from heaven. But it is not really so, O king; but we fall because of our weakness, and because we have nowhere anything to lay hold of; and so we fall down like lightnings3 in the depth of night and suddenly. And we set cities in flames and fire the fields. For the stars have firm foundations in the heavens like the sun and the moon." 1. Cp. Heb. viii. 5.


2. Cp. Rom. viii. 38.


3. Luke x. 18: "I beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven." June 13.

115. And I Solomon, having heard this, ordered the demon to be guarded for five days. And after the five days I recalled the old man, and was about to question him. But he came to me in grief and with black face. And I said to him: "Tell me, old man, where is thy son? And what means this garb?" And he answered: "Lo, I am become childless, and sit by my son's grave in despair. For it is already two days that he is dead." But I Solomon, on hearing that, and knowing that the demon Ornias had told me the truth, glorified the God of Israel.

116. And the queen of the South saw all this, and marvelled, [41] glorifying the God of Israel; and she beheld the Temple of the Lord being builded. And she gave a siklos1 of gold and one hundred myriads of silver and choice bronze, and she went into the Temple. And (she beheld) the altar of incense and the brazen supports of this altar, and the gems of the lamps flashing forth of different colours, and of the lamp-stand of stone, and of emerald, and hyacinth, and sapphire; and she beheld the vessels of gold, and silver, and bronze, and wood, and the folds of skins dyed red with madder. And she saw the bases of the pillars of the Temple of the Lord. All were of one gold ...2 apart from the demons whom I condemned to labour. And there was peace in the circle of my kingdom and over all the earth. 1. A shekel. Philo has the form síklos, i. 468. síglos is the usual spelling in the LXX.


2. There seems to be here a lacuna in the MS.

117. And it came to pass, which I was in my kingdom, the King of the Arabians, Adares, sent me a letter, and the writing of the letter was written as follows: --


"To King Solomon, all hail! Lo, we have heard, and it hath been heard unto all the ends of the earth, concerning the wisdom vouchsafed in thee, and that thou art a man merciful from the Lord. And understanding hath been granted thee over all the spirits of the air, and on earth, and under the earth. Now, forasmuch as there is present in the land of Arabia a spirit of the following kind: at early dawn there begins to blow a certain wind until the third hour. And its blast is harsh and terrible, and it slays man and beast. And no spirit can live upon earth against this demon. I pray thee then, forasmuch as the spirit is a wind, contrive something according to the wisdom given in thee by the Lord thy God, and deign to send a man able to capture it. And behold, King Solomon, I and my people and all my land will serve thee unto death. And all Arabia shall be at peace with thee, if thou wilt perform this act of righteousness for us. Wherefore we pray thee, contemn not our humble prayer, and suffer not to be utterly brought to naught the eparchy subordinated to thy authority. Because we are suppliants, both I and my people and all my land. Farewell to my Lord. All health!"


118. And I Solomon read this epistle; and I folded it up and gave it to my people, and said to them: "After seven days shalt thou remind me of this epistle. And Jerusalem was built, and the Temple was being completed. And there was a stone1, the end stone [42] of the corner lying there, great, chosen out, one which I desired lay in the head of the corner of the completion of the Temple. And all the workmen, and all the demons helping them came to the same place to bring up the stone and lay it on the pinnacle of the holy Temple, and were not strong enough to stir it, and lay it upon the corner allotted to it. For that stone was exceedingly great and useful for the corner of the Temple." 1. Cp. I Pet. ii. 6, 7, who combines in the same way Ps. cxviii. 22 and Isa. xxviii. 16. Cp. Matt. xxi. 42, Mark xii, 10, Luke xx, 17.

119. And after seven days, being reminded of the epistle of Adares, King of Arabia, I called my servant and said to him: "Order thy camel and take for thyself a leather flask, and take also this seal. And go away into Arabia to the place in which the evil spirit blows; and there take the flask, and the signet-ring in front of the mouth of the flask, and (hold them) towards the blast of the spirit. And when the flask is blown out, thou wilt understand that the demon is (in it). Then hastily tie up the mouth of to flask, and seal it securely with the seal-ring, and lay it carefully on the camel and bring it me hither. And if on the way it offer thee gold or silver or treasure in return for letting it go, see that thou be not persuaded. But arrange without using oath to release it. And then if it point out to the places where are gold or silver, mark the places and seal them with this seal. And bring the demon to me. And now depart, and fare thee well."


120. Then the youth did as was bidden him. And he ordered his camel, and laid on it a flask, and set off into Arabia. And the men of that region would not believe that he would be able to catch the evil spirit. And when it was dawn, the servant stood before the spirit's blast, and laid the flask on the ground, and the finger-ring on the mouth of the flask. And the demon blew through the middle of the finger-ring into the mouth of the flask, and going in blew out the flask. But the man promptly stood up to it and drew tight with his hand the mouth of the flask, in the name of the Lord God of Sabaôth. And the demon remained within the flask. And after that the youth remained in that land three days to make trial. And the spirit no longer blew against that city. And all the Arabs knew that he had safely shut in the spirit.


121. Then the youth fastened the flask on the camel, and the Arabs sent him forth on his way with much honour and precious gifts, praising and magnifying the God of Israel. But the youth brought in the bag and laid it in the middle of the Temple. And on the next day, I King Solomon, went into the Temple of God and sat in deep distress about the stone of the end of the corner. And when [43] I entered the Temple, the flask stood up and walked around some seven steps and then fell on its mouth and did homage to me. And I marvelled that even along with the bottle the demon still had power and could walk about; and I commanded it to stand up. And the flask stood up, and stood on its feet all blown out. And I questioned him, saying: "Tell me, who art thou?" And the spirit within said: "I am the demon called Ephippas, that is in Arabia." And I said to him: "Is this thy name?" And he answered: "Yes; wheresoever I will, I alight and set fire and do to death."

122. And I said to him: "By what angel art thou frustrated?" And he answered: "By the only-ruling God, that hath authority over me even to be heard. He that is to be born of a virgin and crucified by the Jews on a cross. Whom the angels and archangels worship. He doth frustrate me, and enfeeble me of my great strength, which has been given me by my father the devil." And I said to him: "What canst thou do?'' And he answered: ''I am able to remove1 mountains, to overthrow the oaths of kings. I wither trees and make their leaves to fall off." And I said to him: "Canst thou raise this stone, and lay it for the beginning of this corner which exists in the fair plan of the Temple2?'' And he said: "Not only raise this, O king; but also, with the help of the demon who presides over the Red Sea, I will bring up the pillar of air3, and will stand it where thou wilt in Jerusalem.'' 1. Cp. the faith which removes mountains.


2. Bornemann suggests that the gate of the Temple called Beautiful (Acts iii. 2, 10) is referred to.


3. I conjecture the sense.

123. Saying this, I laid stress on him, and the flask became as if depleted of air. And I placed it under the stone, and (the spirit) girded himself up, and lifted it up top of the flask. And the flask went up the steps, carrying the stone, and laid it down at the end of the entrance of the Temple. And I Solomon, beholding the stone raised aloft and placed on a foundation, said: "Truly the Scripture is fulfilled, which says: 'The stone which the builders rejected on trial, that same is become the head of the corner.' For this it is not mine to grant, but God's, that the demon should be strong enough to lift up so great a stone and deposit it in the place I wished."


124. And Ephippas led the demon of the Red Sea with the column. And they both took the column and raised it aloft from the earth. And I outwitted these two spirits, so that they could not shake the entire earth in a moment of time. And then I sealed round with my [44] ring on this side and that, and said: "Watch." And the spirits have remained upholding it until this day, for proof of the wisdom vouchsafed to me. And there the pillar was hanging of enormous size, in mid air, supported by the winds. And thus the spirits appeared underneath, like air, supporting it. And if one looks fixedly, the pillar is a little oblique, being supported by the spirits; and it is so to day.

125. And I Solomon questioned the other spirit which came up with the pillar from the depth of the Red Sea. And I said to him: "Who art thou, and what calls thee? And what is thy business? For I hear many things about thee.'' And the demon answered: "I, O King Solomon, am called Abezithibod. I am a descendant of the archangel. Once as I sat in the first heaven, of which the name is Ameleouth -- I then am a fierce spirit and winged, and with a single wing, plotting against every spirit under heaven. I was present when Moses went in before Pharaoh, king of Egypt, and I hardened his heart. I am he whom Iannes and Iambres invoked homing1 with Moses in Egypt. I am he who fought against Moses 2 with wonders with signs." 1. oíkoyxúmenoi in the MS., a vox nihili. If we had the apocryph of Iannes and Iambres we might understand the reference.


2. 2 Tim. iii. 8.

126. I said therefore to him: "How wast thou found in the Red Sea?" And he answered: "In the exodus of the sons of Israel I hardened the heart of Pharaoh. And I excited his heart and that of his ministers. And I caused them to pursue after the children of Israel. And Pharaoh followed with (me) and all the Egyptians. Then I was present there, and we followed together. And we all came up upon the Red Sea. And it came to pass when the children of Israel had crossed over, the water returned and hid all the host of the Egyptians and all their might. And I remained in the sea, being kept under this pillar. But when Ephippas came, being sent by thee, shut up in the vessel of a flask, he fetched me up to thee."

127. I, therefore, Solomon, having heard this, glorified God and adjured the demons not to disobey me, but to remain supporting the pillar. And they both sware, saying: "The Lord thy God liveth, we will not let go this pillar until the world's end. But on whatever day this stone fall, then shall be the end of the world1." 1. This legend of the heavy cornerstone and of the spirits supporting a column in the Temple reappears in the Georgian Acts of Nouna in the fourth century. There it is a huge wooden column that is lifted by spirit-agency, when the king and workmen had failed to move it into place. The spirits support it in the air before letting it sink into its place. These Acts will shortly appear in an English translation by Miss Wardrop in the forthcoming number of the Studie Biblica, Clarendon Press, 1898.




128. And I Solomon glorified God, and adorned the Temple of the Lord with all fair-seeming. And I was glad in spirit in my kingdom, and there was peace in my days. And I took wives of my own from every land, who were numberless. And I marched against the Jebusaeans, and there I saw Jebusaean, daughter of a man: and fell violently in love with her, and desired to take her to wife along with my other wives. And I said to their priests: "Give me the Sonmanites (i.e. Shunammite) to wife1." But the priests of Moloch said to me: "If thou lovest this maiden, go in and worship our gods, the great god Raphan and the god called Moloch." I therefore was in fear of the glory of God, and did not follow to worship. And I said to them: "I will not worship a strange god. What is this proposal, that ye compel me to do so much?" But they said: ". . . . .2 by our fathers."

1. Song of Sol. vi. 12.


2. utheìs (sic) stands in the MS.; perhaps taîs theaîs should be read.

129. And when I answered that I would on no account worship strange gods, they told the maiden not to sleep with me until I complied and sacrificed to the gods. I then was moved, but crafty Eros brought and laid by her for me five grasshoppers, saying: "Take these grasshoppers, and crush them together in the name of the god Moloch; and then will I sleep with you." And this I actually did. And at once the Spirit of God departed from me, and I became weak as well as foolish in my words. And after that I was obliged by her to build a temple of idols to Baal1, and to Rapha, and to Moloch, and to the other idols. 1. Fem. So Rom. xi. 4.

130. I then, wretch that I am, followed her advice, and the glory of God quite departed from me; and my spirit was darkened, and I became the sport of idols and demons. Wherefore I wrote out this Testament, that ye who get possession of it may pity, and attend to the last things1, and not to the first. So that ye may find grace for ever and ever. Amen. 1. Cp. Rev. ii. 19.



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Aka : Arcade


Shape : Angel


Rank : Seraphin


Origin : Hebraïc


Myths : Abdiel was the most vindicative angel against the Rebels headed by Satan


Magic : appears on several pentacles of the Key of Salomon and the Legemeton


Source : Book of Raziel (XIII), Milton’s Paradise, Key of Salomon, Legemeton






Element/sin : insects


Name : The Destroyer / Appolyon


Shape : King of the cricket-demons


Rank : Head of the Sixth House of Hell, Demonic Ruler of the Abyss


Origin : Apocalypse, St Thomas. Abaddon is specifically mentioned five times in the Old Testament


Myths :He is one of the kings that has ruled over the nations of the earth. The scriptures indicate that he ruled over both Egypt and Sodom at some point in history, and will endeavour to rule over Jerusalem in the final days. Jerusalem will figuratively be called Sodom and Egypt at that time. At the end of times he is given the key to the abyss and releases these demon hordes on the people of the earth




Aka : Abigar


Shape : pleasant man or woman


Rank : Grand Duke of Hell, commands sixty legions


Magic : Fortell future and give military advice


Source :Johann Wier’s Pseudomanarchia Daemonum







Element/sin : Sun


Shape : a fat-bellied character with the head of a king, a dragon's tail, and serpents instead of legs. He also carries a whip in his hand. He is often featured with the head of a cock.


Rank : the ruler of all the 365 heavens (Basilides of Egypt)


Origin : Gnostic. Express the unspeakable name of the Supreme Being and to symbolize its solar power.


Magic : The seven letters of his name signify the seven creative powers, or the seven planetary angels, recognized by the ancients. In numerology, the value of the letters in Abraxas adds up to three hundred and sixty-five, the number of days (365) and powers of the year, and the three hundred and sixty-five spirits occupying the heavens. The name Abraxas seems also to have been the origin of the word 'abracadabra,' a magic spell said to be of very great power.


Quote :


From Tertullian :


'Afterwards broke out the heretic Basilides. He affirms that there is a supreme Deity, by name Abraxas, by whom was created Mind, which in Greek he calls Nous; that thence sprang the Word; that of Him issued Providence, Virtue, and Wisdom; that out of these subsequently were made Principalities, powers, and Angels; that there ensued infinite issues and processions of angels; that by these angels 365 heavens were formed, and the world, in honour of Abraxas, whose name, if computed, has in itself this number. Now, among the last of the angels, those who made this world, he places the God of the Jews latest, that is, the God of the Law and of the Prophets, whom he denies to be a God, but affirms to be an angel. To him, he says, was allotted the seed of Abraham, and accordingly he it was who transferred the sons of Israel from the land of Egypt into the land of Canaan; affirming him to be turbulent above the other angels, and accordingly given to the frequent arousing of seditions and wars, yes, and the shedding of human blood. Christ, moreover, he affirms to have been sent, not by this maker of the world, but by the above-named Abraxas; and to have come in a phantasm, and been destitute of the substance of flesh: that it was not He who suffered among the Jews, but that Simon was crucified in His stead: whence, again, there must be no believing on him who was crucified, lest one confess to having believed on Simon. Martyrdoms, he says, are not to be endured. The resurrection of the flesh he strenuously impugns, affirming that salvation has not been promised to bodies.'






Carl Jung : The Seven Sermons to the Dead


"Abraxas speaketh that hallowed and accursed word which is life and death at the same time. Abraxas begetteth truth and lying, good and evil, light and darkness in the same word and in the same act. Wherefore is Abraxas terrible."






E. A. Wallis Budge :


"Abrasax represented the 365 Aeons or emanations from the First Cause, and as a Pantheus, i.e. All-God, he appears on the amulets with the head of a cock (Phoebus) or of a lion (Ra or Mithras), the body of a man, and his legs are serpents which terminate in scorpions, types of the Agathodaimon. In his right hand he grasps a club, or a flail, and in his left is a round or oval shield”








Element/sin : Sun


Shape : a mule, a peacock.


Rank : Grand Chancellor of the infernal empire, President of Devils' general council - The eighth of the ten evil Sephiroth.


Origin : a Samarian deity, a sun god worshipped by the Sepharvites


Source : Jean Wier Pseudomonarchia Daemonum; MacGregor Mather, Kabbalah Denudata


Quote :


'the Avvites made Nibhaz and Tartak, and the Sepharvites burned their children in the fire as sacrifices to Adrammelech and Anammelech, the gods of Sepharvaim.' - 2 Kings 17:31

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Element/sin : Anger


Shape : Demonic

Rank : One of the three angels of Hell with Mashith and Ema


Origin : Hebraïc


Myths : he ate Moses who did not observe the ritual of circumsition


Source : Sèpher ha-Zohar




Agaliarept: (KING OF HELL READ THIS ONE....)



Shape : a mature man with a handlebar moustache.


Rank : General of Hell


Source : Le Dragon Rouge (Red Dragon)









Element/sin :The order of Vertues, Earth,demon of courage.


Shape : old wise man, riding upon a crocodile, and carrying a hawk on his fist. The hawk, or goshawk, is not easy to distinguish on the demon's right fist, but if you look carefully you will make it out.


Rank : First Duke of Hell under the power of the East. Command 31 legions


Magic : stop any motion and bring back fugitives, stir earthquakes


Source : Legemeton, Johann Wier’s Pseudomanarchia Daemonum's, Pizzari





Origin : Hebraïc


Myths : name written on a talisman that belonged to Catherine de Medicis, Queen of France


Magic : protect from deads


Association : Haniel, Elubeb, Asmodaï


Source : The Lesser Key of Salomon

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this is my favorite find so far. the hierarchy of hell:


Princes & Superior Spirits: Lucifer Leviathan SatanBelial

Sub Princes: Astarot Magot Asmodee Belzebud Oriens Paimon Ariton Amaimon

Spirits Common To Oriens & Paimon & Ariton & Amaimon: Hosen Saraph Proxosos Habhi Acuar Tirana Alluph Nercamay Nilen Morel Traci Enaia Mulach Malutens Iparkas Nuditon Melna Melhaer Ruach Apolhun Schabuach Mermo Melamud Poter Sched Ekdulon Mantiens Obedama Sachiel Moschel Pereuch Deccal Asperim Katini Torfora Badad Coelen Chuschi Tasma Pachid Parek Rachiar Nogar Adon Trapis Nagid Ethanim Patid Pareht Emphastison Paraseh Gerevil Elmis Asmiel Irminon Asturel Nuthon Lomiol Imink Plirok Tagnon Parmatus Iaresin Gorilon Lirion Plegit Ogilen Tarados Losimon Ragaras Igilon Gosegas Astrega Parusur Igis Aherom Igarak Geloma Kilik Remoron Ekalike Isekel Elzegan Ipakol Haril Kadolon Iogion Zaragil Irroron Ilagas Balalos Oroia Lagasuf Alagas Alpas Soterion Romages Promakos Metafel Darascon Kelen Erenutes Najin Tulot Platien Atloton Afarorp Morilen Ramaratz Nogen Molin

Spirits Common To Astarot & Asmodee: Amaniel Orinel Timira Dramas Amalin Kirik Bubana Buk Raner Semlin Ambolin Abutes Exteron Laboux Corcaron Ethan Taret Dablat Buriul Oman Carasch Dimurgos Roggiol Loriol Isigi Tioron Darokin Horanar Abahin Goleg Guagamon Laginx Etaliz Agei Lemel Udaman Bialot Gagalos Ragalim Finaxos Akanef Omages Agrax Sagares Afray Ugales Hermiala Haligax Gugonix Opilm Daguler Pachei Nimalon

Spirits Common To Amaimon & Ariton: Hauges Agibol Rigolen Grasemin Elafon Trisaga Gagalin Cleraca Elaton Pafesla

Spirits Common To Asmodee & Magot: Toun Magog Diopos Disolel Biriel Sifon Kele Magiros Sartabakim Lundo Sobe Inokos Mabakiel Apot Opun

Spirits Of Astarot: Aman Camal Toxai Kataron Rax Gonogin Schelagon Ginar Isiamon Bahal Darek Ischigas Golen Gromenis Rigios Nimerix Herg Argilon Okiri Fagani Hipolos Ileson Camonix Bafamal Alan Apormenos Ombalat Quartas Ugirpen Araex Lepaca Kolofe

Spirits Common To Magot & Kore: Nacheran Katolin Luesaf Masaub Urigo Faturab Fersebus Baruel Ubarin Butarab Ischiron Odax Roler Arotor Hemis Arpiron Arrabin Supipas Forteson Dulid Sorriolenen Megalak Anagotos Sikastin Petunof Mantan Meklboc Tigrafon Tagora Debam Tiraim Irix Madail Abagiron Pandoli Nenisem Cobel Sobel Laboneton Arioth Marag Kamusil Kaitar Scharak Maisadul Agilas Kolam Kiligil Corodon Hepogon Daglas Hagion Egakireh Paramor Olisermon Rimog Horminos Hagog Mimosa Amchison Ilarax Makalos Locater Colvam Batternis

Spirits Of Asmodee: Onei Ormion Preches Maggid Sclavak Mebbesser Bacaron Holba Hifarion Gilarion Eniuri Abadir Sbarionat Utifa Omet Sarra

Spirits Of Belzebud: Alcanor Amatia Bilifares Lamarion Diralisen Licanen Dimirag Elponen Ergamen Gotifan Nimorup Carelena Lamalon Igurim Akium Dorak Tachan Ikonok Kemal Bilico Tromes Balfori Arolen Lirochi Nominon Iamai Arogor Holastri Hacamuli Samalo Plison Raderaf Borol SorosmaCorilon Gramon Magalast Zagalo Pellipis Natalis Namiros Adirael Kabada Kipokis Orgosil Arcon Ambolon Lamolon Bilifor

Spirits Of Oriens: Sarisel Gasarons Sorosma Turitel Balaken Gagison Mafalac Agab

Spirits Of Paimon: Aglafos Agafali Dison Achaniel Sudoron Kabersa Ebaron Zalanes Ugola Came Roffles Menolik Tacaros Astolit Rukum

Spirits Of Ariton: Anader Ekorok Sibolas Saris Sekabin Caromos Rosaran Sapason Notiser Flaxon Harombrub Megalosin Miliom Ilemlis Galak Androcos Maranton Caron Reginon Elerion Sermeot Irmenos

Spirits Of Amaimon: Romeroc Ramison Scrilis Buriol Taralim Burasen Akesoli Erekia Illirikim Labisi Akoros Mames Glesi Vision Effrigis Apelki Dalep Dresop Hergotis Nilima


Recommended listening while reading this: Christoph De Babylon, "OPIUM"

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