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PostSubject: Feast Of Fools   Fri Jul 21, 2017 1:43 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:09 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_demons_in_the_Ars_Goetia#Princes

Stolas[5] is a Great Prince of Hell, commands twenty-six legions of demons, and teaches astronomy and the knowledge of poisonous plants, herbs and precious stones. He is also known as Stolos, Stoppas and Solas. He is depicted as either being a crowned owl with long legs, a raven, or a man.

"The Lesser Princes Of The Demon Lord System Begin Copying The Greater Princes, Which Establishes A Division Of Greater Princes At All From The Princedom, Causing Other Princes To Become More Glorified Than Others By Natural Selection Alone. Those That Remain Lesser Maintain The Princedom In Its Lowest Terms And Lowest Form Whilst The Greater Princes Continue To Maintain The Lesser Princes By Issuing Principalities To Correct Themselves And Others In Order To Cause Or Prevent Calamity In The World At Any Given Time Under Their Power. They Are Further Observed By Both Higher Powers And Lower Powers, Making Them Forceful Examples For Others And Models For Everything That Goes On Across The Entire Planet At Any Given Time. They Begin Their Own Replication Processes Based On Their Own Model Perfections And Begin To Reign Over The Earth To Establish A Kingdom From Or With Another." - The Day Of Judgment

I. "With All Of The Prince Copies That Are Becoming Standardized All Across The World In The Image Of The Perfect Prince Inclusive To His Defects, Other Forms Of The Prince Evolve From The Model And The Defects."

II. "The Prince Defect That Is Created Through Envy Of Greater Princes Which Are Formed Naturally Through Natural Selection Will Reveal Something In The Princedom That Exposes Their Insecurity In Their Own Eyes About How They Perceive Themselves And Others Around Them In Comparison -- Which Is A Judgment Error."

III. "The Great Prince -- Stolas -- Is A Perceptional Defect That Enlarges The Weakness Within Its Actual Isolation Of Itself."

IV. "Because Of The Defect Of Stolas That Makes Him A Demon Being Something That Is Self-Afflicting, It Ends Up Becoming Contagious Or Contaminating To People That Share The Same Perception Or Reflection And Will Stunt A Prince Into Being Something Lesser Than The Greatest Potential And Influence, Making Only A Prince That Will Forever Be Under Another By Seeking To Copy And Remain Hazardous To The Growth Of Other Princes Naturally."

Note: "Teaching Poisonous Herbs Means To Be The Bane Of Existence To Something, Which Is What Stolas Is To Princedom, Itself -- Thus Creating Perpetual Flaws With An Eternally Neutralizing Effect That Stunts The Growth Of Overall Potential As A Severe Hazard, To Prevent Neutrality (Especially Too Early)." - Damnation (Prince)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:22 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_demons_in_the_Ars_Goetia#Princes

Sitri[5] (also spelled Bitru, Sytry) is a Great Prince of Hell, and reigns over sixty legions of demons. He causes men to love women and vice versa, and can make people bare themselves naked if desired. He is depicted with the face of a leopard and the wings of a griffin, but under the conjurer's request he changes into a very beautiful man.

"Now That The Higher Ranks And Orders Are Being Established Or Are Setting Themselves Up Something Like Stairs Upward From Earth And Up Into Heavenly Orders, Those That Are Naturally More Virtuous For Whatever Reason Are Glorified More Highly Than The Others And Made Mightier Than Their Counterparts, Including What Is Like Them, Until There Is A Highest Made Among Them All That Rules Over All Of The Events Going On Under Them And Supporting They And Their Dominions As Well As Their Disciplines. They Are Further Sorted Out And Picked Through By The Greatest Of Them Simply By The Natural Rising Up Of The Orders From The Lowest Terms Up To The Highest Ranks Based On Division In Measurement In All Values And Comparisons." - 7th Day

I. "When An Order Of Great Princes Is Established, They Get Their Own Name, Class And Descendants Just Because They Exist As An Archetype."

II. "The Name Of The Order Of The Great Princes Is Name 'Sitri,' Which Counts As Its Own 'Great Prince' And Is Opposed By 'Stolas', The Lesser Great Prince That Balances It."

III. "Sitri Is Able To Expose All Which Is Lesser Than It -- Especially Its Own Kind, Great Princes, And Name Them Stolas."

IV. "Because Sitri Exposes Vulnerabilities And Weaknesses, He Serves As A Prince That Covers Up All Of The Weaknesses And Vulnerabilities Of All Living Beings, Yet Also Serves As A Weakness By Being Necessary To Cover Weaknesses At All."

Note: "Sitri Appears As A Very Beautiful Man Because He Is A Symbol Of Greater Princedom, Yet Is Still Bearing And Hiding A Weakness Or Vulnerabilities, Which Is Usually A Lesser Form Of Itself In Some Form Or Fashion." - Prince (Angel)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:46 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orobas

Orobas is a powerful Great Prince of Hell, having twenty legions of demons under his control. He supposedly gives true answers of things past, present and to come, divinity, and the creation of the world; he also confers dignities and prelacies, and the favour of friends and foes. Orobas is faithful to the conjurer, does not permit that any spirit tempts him, and never deceives anyone. He is depicted as a horse that changes into a man under the conjurer's request. The name could come from Latin "orobias", a type of incense.

In demonology, Orobas is a powerful Great Prince of Hell, having twenty legions of demons under his control.

He supposedly gives true answers of things past, present and to come, divinity, and the creation of the world; he also confers dignities and prelacies, and the favour of friends and foes. Orobas is faithful to the conjurer, does not permit that any spirit tempts him, and never deceives anyone.

He is depicted as a horse that changes into a man under the conjurer's request.

The name could come from the Latin 'orobias', a type of incense.

Orobas is Monster in My Pocket #78; there, he is described as an "oracle" rather than a demon.

Orobas is the name of a Dragon Knight in the Game Divinity 2:Ego Draconis; he was ruler of a very successful area named The Orobas Fjords, and was viewed as a god by some.

Orobas is referenced in the DVD extras of the horror film Lovely Molly as the likely agent of the film's main character's demonic possession.

Orobas appears in the Megami Tensei video game series, as a demon that can be summoned by the player.

Orobas is an optional fight in Shadow Hearts: Covenant. He is fought at the end of the Neam Ruins side area and Anastasia can learn her final spell "Euthanasia" by snapping his photo. In this game, Orobas appears as a regal looking man with the lower body of a gigantic flying insect.

This demon appears as a recruitable monster in Dragon Quest V, being a recolor of Gamigin and Samigina

The Orobas Vectura is a large spaceship in the video game Destiny 2. Continuing with the theme of Cabal ships being named after a Demon and a word for Voyage. Ex; Dantalion Exodus from Destiny 1

"When Everyone And Everything That Believes That It Is Perfect And Omnipotent Attempts To Be So And Those That Have Lied, Faked Or Leeched Are Exposed For Who And What They Are, They Immediately Are Reverted To Their Actual Value And All Such Exaggerations And Applied To Their Weaknesses And Vulnerabilities Rather Than Covering Them Or Neutralizing Them. All Of The Lesser Beings Are Then Leveled Out By Natural Selection Via The Princedoms Downward Whilst The Embodiments Of Perfection -- Which Are The Elim Of Tamiel -- Begin To Multiply." - The Creation Of Adam

I. "The Eventual Outcome Of The Systematic Evolution Of The Degenerates Into Descendants Of Their Ancestors Becomes A Representation In The Image Of What The Very Symbol Of Perfection Is Within A Set Limitation Even When Given All Freedom And Range -- Thus Making A New Type Of Prince, Which Is Perfection, Itself, Embodied."

II. "All Of The Abilities Of Orobas -- The Great Prince -- Are Meant To Maintain The Perfection, Yet Are Also Used To Cover Major Weaknesses, Flaws, Defects, Glitches, Errors, Vulnerabilities And General Mistakes That Are Within The System."

III. "Orobas Is The Most Maximum Potential Value Of Whatever System Can Conjure At Any Given Time."

IV. "Orobas Embodies Gayness And Omnipotence Through How They Are Created And What They End Up Doing, As Well As Their Influence Over Anything And Everything Through The Power Of Creation Itself."

Note: "Orobas Is The Perfect Imperfection And Imperfect Perfection Canceling Itself Out Through Its Own Perfect Form Of Neutralization, Thus Nullifying Any Imperfections Yet Sustaining And Maintaining Any Type Of Perfection." - Suspension (Polarity)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:07 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_demons_in_the_Ars_Goetia#Kings

(KING\PRESIDENT) Zagan[5] (also Zagam) is a Great King and President of Hell, commanding over thirty-three legions of demons. He makes men witty; he can also turn wine into water, water into wine, and blood into wine (according to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum blood into oil, oil into blood, and a fool into a wise man). Other of his powers is that of turning metals into coins that are made with that metal (i.e., gold into a gold coin, copper into a copper coin, etc.). Zagan is depicted as a griffin-winged bull that turns into a man after a while.

"The Redistribution Process Is Issued As A Manual Restart By The First King That Is Given To Oversee All Of The Princes Of The World Refined By The Demon Lord System. This Is The First Gold Brick That The Pieces Of Silver Are Supposed To Incorporate Into Themselves In Order To Create A Stairway To Heaven From Out Of The Kingdoms On Earth. All Of The Flaws, Flawed Or Defective Of The Bunch Fall Into Systematic Errors Or Glitches And Are Automatically Factored Out Of The Formula That Is Calculated From Them All Coming Together As A Solution. The Restart Eventually Reaches A Default After Eliminating The Weak And The Unnecessary Or Overly Eccentric By Shaving The Vanity And Allowing The Vainglory To Fade Out Residually Among The Redistribution." - The Last Supper

I. "The President Of The Kings That Are Overseeing The Growing Princes Is Sent To Oversee The Growing Kingdoms From The Princedoms That Are Rising Up Over The Earth As The Nephilim Are. This President King Is Named Zagan, And Is Meant To Ensure The Best Of The Best Are Harvested From The Perfect."

II. "From The Greatest Of Them -- Including He, Himself -- Zagan Provides All Of The Resources And Materials To Everyone Down The Ranks In A Trickle Down Doppler Effect."

III. "Zagan Can Be Equated To The Demon Of Greed, Mammon, And Provides For All The Princes As Well As All The Kings, Thus Carrying All Possessions Upon His Position -- Which Is Why He Is The President."

IV. "Zagan's Most Important Purpose Above Providing For Everyone Is To Provide For All The People That Are Worthless And Have No Talent -- Those Who Are Impotent -- And Make Them Believe That They Are Greater Than They Are By Possessing Them With Materials Of The Earth And Any Type Of Resources In Order To Spoil Them On Purpose, Often To Greater Degrees On Purpose To Cover Tracks To Stunt Economic Growth On Purpose." - Fool's Gold (Belial)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:30 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vine_(demon)

(KING\COUNT) Vine (also Viné, Vinea) is an Earl and also a King of Hell, commanding 36 legions of demons. He can tell present, past and future, discover witches and hidden things, create storms and make the water rough by means of them, and also bring down walls and build towers. This demon is portrayed as a lion holding a snake in his hand and riding a black horse. The etymology of his name seems to be the Latin word 'vinea', vine, that is also the name given to an ancient war machine made of wood and covered with leather and branches, used to overthrow walls.

In demonology, Vine (also known as vain) is an Earl and also a King of Hell, commanded by Satan. He is known to be the trickiest, deadliest demon. He has the power to take one's soul without permission. Though according to spiritual teachings, one demon must ask permission from Satan before taking a soul, and Satan must get permission from God. He can tell present, past and future, discover witches and hidden things, create storms and make the water rough by means of these storms, bring down walls and build towers.

This demon is portrayed as a lion holding a snake in his hand and riding a black horse.

The etymology of his name seems to be stemming from the Latin word 'vinea', vine, which is also the name given to an ancient war machine made of wood and covered with leather and branches, used to overthrow walls.

Other spellings: Viné, Vinea.

"Through The Works Of The First Two Kings And Their Kingdoms -- Providence And Communication -- The System And Its Network On The Earth Are Sustained By The Executives Of It, Which Are Considered Princes, And Keep Up The Order Of The Society Whilst The Kings Watch Over The Economies That Are Made From The Societies, Building And Revealing The Relationship Between Society And The Economy By Princedom And Kingdom. Those That Are Attached To Each Other By A Wicked Root, From Their Demonhood All The Way Up To Their Kingship, Then They Are Associated With Each Other And Linked Together To Be Uprooted Or Weeded Out Amongst The Most Powerful Of The Princes And The Lesser Kings That Are Providing For Them Or Establishing Their Communication. This Can Cause Turbulence Within The System, Especially In Unstable Areas, And Is Known As 'Trembling' Or Creating An 'Earthquake', Which Several Princes And Dukes Are Made To Maintain If Such Occurs In Order To Cause Or Prevent A System Collapse." - The Great Day Of His Wrath

I. "During The Time Of The Kings, Where Distribution And Trade Are Going On Based On The Providence Of Each Of The Respective Kingdoms, The Kings And The Princes Share A Similar Level Of Glory About Themselves That Some Of Them Boast Or Embellish About, Which Create Blemishes That Also Bind Others Together That Are Related To Each Other, Sometimes With Perversions -- Of Which This Specific King Is The Representation And Embodiment Of."

II. "Vine (Otherwise Known As 'Vain') Is A Possession Demon That Works With All Forms Of Seals, Attachments, Bindings And Other Such Fetters Or Traps And Symbiotic Materials Or Fashions."

III. "Because Vine Works Through Attachments And Associations, This Particular Associative Demon Is Able To Exchange Places And Roles Of Others Without Proper Judgment Nor Value Or Consideration Of Correct Measurement And Accurate Execution."

IV. "Vine Also Works With All Sorts Of Sorcery, Genetics, Lineage, Blood, Nature, Relation, Links, Passage And Connection Or Networking And Can Be Considered The Societal And Familiar 'Grapevine' That One Figuratively Speaks Through Or About -- The Vein Of The Communication."

Note: "All Things Link Back To Vine For A Reason, And Things That Are Evil Being Vain And A Different Branch For Exactly That Reason Alone." - Root (Vanity)

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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 3:42 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paimon

Paimon (also Paimonia, Paymon) is one of the Kings of Hell, more obedient to Lucifer than other kings are, and has two hundred legions of demons under his rule. He has a great voice and roars as soon as he comes, speaking in this manner for a while, until the conjurer compels him and then he answers clearly the questions he is asked. When the conjurer invokes this demon he must look towards the northwest, for there is where he has his house, and when Paimon appears he must be allowed to ask what he wishes and be answered, in order to obtain the same from him.
Paimon teaches all arts, philosophies and sciences, and secret things; he can reveal all mysteries of the Earth, wind and water, what the mind is, and where it is, and everything the conjurer wants to know, gives good familiars, dignities and confirms them, binds men to the conjurer's will.
If Paimon is cited alone, some offering or sacrifice must be done, and he will accept it; then two kings called Beball (Bebal or Labal) and Abalam (Abalim) will go to him together with other spirits, often twenty-five legions; but these other spirits do not always come unless the conjurer call upon them.
Paimon is depicted as a man with an effeminate face, wearing a precious crown, and riding a dromedary. Before him often goes a host demons with the shape of men, playing trumpets, cymbals, and any other sort of musical instruments.

For the Persian name, see Peyman.
"Labal" redirects here. For the village in Iran, see Labal, Iran.

Paimon as depicted in Collin de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal, 1863 edition.
Paimon is a spirit named in the Lesser Key of Solomon (in the Ars Goetia),[1] Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum,[2] Collin de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal,[3] the Livre des Esperitz (as "Poymon"),[4] the Liber Officium Spirituum,[5][6] The Book of Abramelin,[7] and certain French editions of The Grimoire of Pope Honorius (as "Bayemon");[8][9] as well as Sloane MS 3824.

The Goetia and Weyer begin their entries on Paimon noting that he is quite obedient to Lucifer.[1][2]

Paimon appears is the ninth spirit in the Goetia[1] the twenty-second spirit in the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum,[2] and in the Dictionnaire Infernal.[3] In the Liber Officium Spirituum, he is first listed as the sixth spirit[5][6] and later as the third king.[11][12]

The Goetia, Weyer, de Plancy, Livre des Esperitz, Liber Officium Spirituum, and Sloane 3824 all rank Paimon as a king.[1][2][3][4][10][5][6][11][12] The Livre des Espiritz, Sloane 3824, and the Grimoire of Pope Honorius specify that Paimon is king of the west.[4][10][8][9] In the Book of Abramelin (where his appearance is given no description), he is instead one of the eight dukes.[7]

The Goetia, Weyer, and de Plancy warn that if Paimon appears alone, a sacrifice must be made to summon Bebal and Abalam, two kings who serve under him but do not always accompany him. These three sources state that he rules 200 legions of spirits, some of which are of the order of Angels and the rest Powers.[1][2][3] The Livre des Esperitz, on the other hand, credits him with just 25 legions of spirits.[4] Sloane MS 3824 mentions him as commanding a "bishop" named Sperion, among other spirits.[10]

Critical editions of the Lesser Key of Solomon list him as a former Dominion.[1] Weyer notes a confusion over whether he was a former Dominion or Cherub.[2] According to Thomas Rudd, Paimon is opposed by the Shemhamphorasch angel Haziel.[13]

Practicing occultist Carroll "Poke" Runyon suggests that the name ultimately derives from "a Middle Eastern Pagan Goddess", on the grounds some manuscripts depict Paimon as a young woman riding a camel, and that the name "Paimon" purportedly meant "a tinkling sound" in an unspecified language, in turn a claimed reference to Isis.[14] This is part of an overall claim that the Lesser Key of Solomon was by Solomon and rooted in Mesopotamian mythology.

In the Goetia, Weyer, de Plancy, Livre des Esperitz, Liber Officium Spirituum, and Sloane 3824, he is described as a man riding a Dromedary or camel, preceded by men playing loud music (particularly trumpets).[1][2][3][4][10][5][6][11][12] Sloane 3824 describes the camel as crowned,[10] while the rest describe Paimon himself as crowned.[1][2][3][4][5][6][11][12] The Goetia itself makes no mention of Paimon's face,[1] while the rest describe him has having a woman's face but still refer to him using masculine pronouns.[2][3][4][10][5][6][11][12]

Sloane 3824 and the Liber Officium Spirituum describe him as having a "Hoarse Voice,"[10][5][6][11][12] and those works, Weyer, and the Goetia note that he must be commanded to speak plainly,[1][2][10][5][6][11][12] with the Liber Officium Spirituum specifying that Paimon will speak in his native language until commanded to converse in the summoner's own language.

The Goetia, Weyer, Livre des Esperitz, and the Liber Officium Spirituum all describing him as teaching science and answering other questions.[1][2][4][11][12] The Goetia and Weyer specify that his knowledge includes all arts and "secret Things," [sic] such as knowledge regarding the Earth, its waters, and the winds.[1][2] The Livre des Esperitz and the Liber Officium Spirituum broaden this to truthfully answering all questions asked of him,[4][11][12] with the former source also claiming that he can reveals hidden treasures[4] and the latter highlighting that he knows all the affairs of the world.[11][12] The Goetia, Weyer, and the Livre des Esperitz also claim he has the ability to bestow dignities and lordships.[1][2][4] The Goetia and Weyer credited him with granting familiars (who are likewise good at teaching).[1][2] The Liber Officium Spirituum uniquely gives him command over fishes.[11][12] Sloane MS 3824 mentions Paimon in "An Experiment to Cause a Thief to Return."[10]

In Abramelin, Paymon's powers include[16] knowledge of past and future events, clearing up doubts, making spirits appear, creating visions, acquiring and dismissing servant spirits, reanimating the dead for several years, flight, remaining underwater indefinitely, and general abilities to "make all kinds of things" (and) "all sorts of people and armor appear" at the behest of the magician.

"All The Earth Is Carried On The Back Of Development Unto The Greatest Of Them All, Growing Up Or Down And Being Further Weeded Out Naturally Based On Economic And Social Values That Scale Up And Down Infinitely As The Process Branches Out Along The Fullest Design Of The Vines Of The Tree, Down To The Roots. The Kings And Kingdoms Plant Themselves Upon The Earth And Providence For Each Kingdom Is Distributed By The Kings To The Princes By Example And By Systematic Authority, Which Is Already Set By The Stencil Of The Demon Lord System Of The Devil And The Original Qliphoth Devil System. Trees Of Good And Evil Grow Together And Are Sown Together, Separating The Righteous From The Unrighteous And The Holy From The Unholy Altogether At The Exact Same Time For Grooming And Trampling." - The Cauldron

I. "Through Symbiotic Or Parasitic Attachment, Paimon Is Made A Laborer By Vine, Which Attaches The Prince Of The Corresponding Nature To Paimon -- The Bearer Of The Light Of Virtuous Kingship."

II. "Because Paimon Is Enslaved To The Model Example For The Princes, He Is Less Than What He Is, But Still Is The Better Of The Kings Because His Is An Example Of How A Princedom Can Become A Kingship."

III. "Paimon Is A Representative Of The Powers And Their Dominion Or Authority Over A Land, Making Paimon An Important Role Model For The Princes Just By Having Control Over His Power And His Discipline In Kingship So That The Princes Can Emulate Or Copy This Style Through Their Attachment."

IV. "Paimon Enables Lesser Beings To Connect To Their Higher Potential As Well As Enables Their Development Through Their Natural Growth Of Wisdom In Their Specific Nature Or Study."

Note: "Paimon Appears Androgynous Sometimes To Take The Place Of Any Form Of Gender Role As A Rulership Over Something Else, Which Is The Actual True Purpose Of Paimon As An Entity, Which Is Why The Camel That Carries The Labor Of The Light And The Bearer Is Crowned Instead Of The Bearer." - Chariot (Crown)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 4:06 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beleth

Beleth (also spelled Bilet, Bileth and Byleth) is a mighty and terrible king of Hell, who has eighty-five legions of demons under his command. He rides a war horse, and all kind of music is heard before him, according to most authors on demonology and the most known grimoires. According to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum Noah's son Ham was the first in invoking him after the flood, and wrote a book on Mathematics with his help.
When appearing he looks very fierce to frighten the conjurer or to see if he is courageous. The conjurer must be brave, and holding a hazel wand in his hand must draw a triangle by striking towards the South, East, and upwards, and command Beleth into it by means of some conjurations.
If he does not obey, the conjurer must rehearse all threats the conjurations said. Then, Beleth will obey and do all that he is commanded, but the conjurer must be respectful and pay homage unto Beleth due to his rank, and hold a silver ring in the middle finger of the left hand against his face, as it is the use of hellish kings and princes before Amaymon.
Beleth gives all the love of men and women he is commanded until the conjurer is satisfied.

In demonology, Beleth also spelled Bilet, Bileth, Byleth and Bilith is a mighty and terrible king of Hell, who has eighty-five legions of demons under his command. He rides a pale horse, and all kinds of music is heard before him, according to most authors on demonology and the most known grimoires. According to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum Ham, Noah's son, was the first in invoking him after the flood, and wrote a book on Mathematics with his help.

When appearing he looks very fierce to frighten the conjurer or to see if he is courageous. The conjurer must be brave, and holding a hazel wand in his hand must draw a triangle by striking towards the South, East, and upwards, then commanding Beleth into it by means of some conjurations.

If he does not obey, the conjurer must rehearse all threatens the conjurations said and then Beleth will obey and do all that he is commanded. But the conjurer must be respectful and do homage unto Beleth due to his rank, and hold a silver ring in the middle finger of the left hand against his face, as it is the use of hellish kings and princes before Amaymon.

Beleth gives all the love of men and women he is commanded until the conjurer is satisfied.

"The New World Order Is Established Through The Previous Kings And Their Princes As Well As All Of The Demon Lords And Royal Servants Down To The Very Least Of The Servants -- The Slaves -- And Sustains The Foundations Of Mount Zion, The City Of David, As Its Descendant -- As God Commanded David And His City Would Perpetually Have Until The Time For It To Ascend Into Heaven From Out Of Purgatory In Hell Because Of Armageddon. The Wormwood From The Previous City Of David -- Any Failed System -- Comes Crashing Down And The Basic Mechanics Of What Was Created Properly Remains Intact As A Carcass To Be Raised From The Dead And Inhabited By Those Who Are Lesser, All The Way Down To The Dead And The Undead In The System. It Is Run By The Anakim And The Nephilim, Who Are Considered Elioud, And Things Return To The Days Of The Gods And The Titans, All The Way Up To The Primordials. This Creates A New World Order By Restart And Defaulting The System With A New System, Ready To Have The King Of The World Powers (Who Are Lesser Kings) Set Up Over It Through The Kingship. All Is Announced To All Else For The Great Feast Of Fallen Angels And All Such Providence For Every Type Of Fuel In All Of Hell At Any Given Time." - The Hellmouth

I. "Beleth Is A King That Deals With Challenges, Adversity, Opposition And Hardships."

II. "Beleth Is Able To Set His Own Orders Harmoniously, Even Inclusive To Those That Are Established To Prey On The Weaknesses Of Others."

III. "Beleth Makes Large Parties For The Image And The Support Or Boosting Of The One Who Seeks Him Or That Is Attached To Him And Teaches Others To Do So."

IV. "Beleth Is About Practicing Your Discipline In Your Kingship And Building It Up As Well As Applying It To Another Person Or Using It To Find Descendants Or Ascend It And Yourself Further Via It, As Well As Whatever It Is Linked To Or Through."

Note: "Honing Your Craft." - Light (King)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 4:19 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purson

Purson (also Curson, Pursan) is a Great King of Hell, being served and obeyed by twenty-two legions of demons. He knows of hidden things, can find treasures, and tells past, present and future. Taking a human or aerial body he answers truly of all secret and divine things of Earth and the creation of the world. He also brings good familiars. Purson is depicted as a man with the face of a lion, carrying a ferocious viper in his hand, and riding a bear. Before him there can be heard many trumpets sounding.

"Curson" redirects here. For other uses, see Curson (disambiguation).
Not to be confused with Corson (demon).

Purson's image in Mathers' The Goetia corresponds to Pruflas' illustration from the Dictionnaire Infernal.
In demonology, Purson is a Great King of Hell, being served and obeyed by twenty-two legions of demons. He knows of hidden things, can find treasures, and tells past, present, and future. Taking a human or aerial body he answers truly of all secret and divine things of Earth and the creation of the world. He also brings good familiars.

Purson is depicted as a man with a lion's head, carrying a ferocious viper in his hand, and riding a bear. Before him there can be heard many trumpets sounding.

Other spellings: Curson, Pursan.

"Among The Kings Of Providence, Communication, Relationships, Education, Economics And Media, The New King That Rules Over The Entire System -- The King Of Fools (Or, 'The King Of The World') -- Is Announced Throughout The Entire World Power System Via The Kings Down To The Princedoms Through Their Established Kingdoms And Foundations For Their Respective Powers Over The Entirety Of The Planet, Down To Even Distribution And Redistribution Of Resources, Nutrients And Tools Or Utilities, Even With Positions, Names, Ranks, Divisions And Titles. A New Light Is Borne And Heard In Magnanimity By The Choirs And Revealed Through The Subjects." - Enlighten

I. "The Worldly Town Crier -- Who Is A King -- Announces To All The World When The System Is Changing Or Has Changed In Any Large Way, Including Altogether, Which Alters The Position Of The Role And Name Of This King; Purson."

II. "When There Is Any Sort Of Development Or Upgrade To The System, Or Even A Downgrade And Degeneration, Purson Is The Announcement System That Lets Everyone Know Systematically."

III. "Purson Knows About All Events Going On, Which Is Why Purson Informs All Else About Such Events At All Times -- The News Castor."

IV. "Purson And All Associations Can Be Linked To The Media, Press, Communication And Projection Of Sorts, Especially As An Image Or To Maintain Or Promote An Image, Especially Visibly Or Generally In The Light."

Note: "Purson Also Serves As A 'Manual Overwrite' Process, Due To Having Executive Authority Over What Is Said, Shown And Written, Covering All Bases Of The Photographic Receptors Of The Senses And Their Perception." - Light (Beelzebub)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 4:30 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balam_(demon)

Balam (also Balaam, Balan) is a great and powerful king of Hell who commands over forty legions of demons. He gives perfect answers on things past, present, and to come, and can also make men invisible and witty. Balam is depicted as being three-headed. One head is the head of a bull, the second of a man, and the third of a ram. He has flaming eyes and the tail of a serpent. He carries a hawk on his fist and rides a strong bear. At other times, he is represented as a naked man riding a bear. His name seems to have been taken from Balaam, the Biblical magician.

In demonology, Balam (also Balaam, Balan) is a great and powerful king (to some authors a duke or a prince) of Hell who commands over forty legions of demons. He gives perfect answers on things past, present, and to come, and can also make men invisible and witty.

Balam is depicted as being three-headed. One head is the head of a bull, the second of a man, and the third of a ram. He has flaming eyes and the tail of a serpent. He carries a hawk on his fist and rides a strong bear. At other times he is represented as a naked woman riding a bear.

His name seems to have been taken from Balaam, the Biblical magician.

"All Of The Lesser Idols And Celebrities That Have Been Behind The Scenes Running The Operation Come Forward To Take Their Credit And Glory And Titles And Acclamations For Royalties And Sponsorship For Their Princes And Princedoms (And Also For Queens And Princesses) So That They May Be Established By Name And Rulership From The Lineage Of The King That Steps Forth On Behalf Of The Prince Or Another King. This Is The Glorification Stage, Which Magnifies Itself, And Those Who Believe They Are More Worthy Than Others Or Fear That They Will Not Receive Their Crowns Or That It Will Not Be Maintained Step Forward First Lustfully, Becoming Like Elim Or Erelim. These Are Kings That Know Of Refinement, Need To Be Refined Or Operate The Refinement Process, All Of Which Are Of Similar Value And Must Remain At This Value As A Power. The Systematic Refinement Process Of Hell Through Limbo And Purgatory From Sheol Begins Again When The Kings Are Set Up In Their Orders To Get Out The Defects And Correct The System Errors." - System

I. "There Are Weaker Kings That Already Are Aware Of What It Means To Be A King And Have All Of The Powers Of A King, But Misuse Them Or Do Not Use Them Well Enough."

II. "The King That Represents Lesser Kings Is Balaam -- Who Is A Symbol For The King 'Balak' That Tried To Stop The Hebrews In The Bible -- And Establishes Their Ranks By Their Weaknesses And Vulnerabilities Exposing Flaws In Their Systems Or Accepting Errors And Glitches, Especially Haphazardly."

III. "He Covers All Weaknesses And Flaws Or Blemishes For Other Kings, Which Are Greater Than Princely Defects And Sometimes Are Actually The Princes And Their Princedoms, Themselves."

IV. "Balaam Has Three Heads To Illustrate His Place As An Early Creation, A Lustful King And A Defective Cherub Whilst Also Connecting Back To Ishmael."

Note: "Balaam Was Once Seen As A Naked Woman Riding A Bear Because Of The Abuse Of The Use Of His Power As A King And Being Exposed As A Weak King That Was Like A Woman And Cowardly With His Kingship And Kingdom." - Idol (King)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 4:41 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asmodeus

Asmodai (also Ashmodai, Asmodeus, Asmody, Asmoday) appears as the king 'Asmoday' in the Ars Goetia, where he is said to have a seal in gold and is listed as number thirty-two according to respective rank.[4] He "is strong, powerful and appears with three heads; the first is like a bull, the second like a man, and the third like a ram; the tail of a serpent, and from his mouth issue flames of fire."[4] Also, he sits upon an infernal dragon, holds a lance with a banner and, amongst the Legions of Amaymon, Asmoday governs seventy two legions of inferior spirits.

For other uses, see Asmodeus (disambiguation).
"Sidonai" redirects here. For the Phoenician city and its inhabitants, see Sidon.

Asmodeus as depicted in Collin de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernal.

The figure of Asmodeus in Rennes-le-Château.
Asmodeus (/ˌæzməˈdiːəs/; Greek: Ασμοδαίος, Asmodaios) or Ashmedai (/ˈæʃmɪˌdaɪ/; Hebrew: אַשְמְדּאָי‎, ʾAšmədʾāy; see below for other variations) is a king of demons[1] mostly known from the deuterocanonical Book of Tobit, in which he is the primary antagonist.[2] The demon is also mentioned in some Talmudic legends; for instance, in the story of the construction of the Temple of Solomon. He was supposed by some Renaissance Christians to be the King of the Nine Hells. Asmodeus also is referred to as one of the seven princes of Hell. In Binsfeld's classification of demons, each one of these princes represents one of the seven deadly sins (Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Envy, and Pride). Asmodeus is the demon of lust and is therefore responsible for twisting people's sexual desires, as seen in the book of Tobias especially. He is also said to be here on Earth after millions of years in hell. In Jewish and Islamic lore he is the king of the earthly spirits (Shedim/Jinn).[3][4]

It is said in Asmodeus; Or, The Devil on Two Sticks that people who fall to Asmodeus' ways will be sentenced to an eternity in the second level of hell.

The name Asmodai is believed to derive from Avestan language *aēšma-daēva, where aēšma means "wrath", and daēva signifies "demon" or "divine being". While the daēva Aēšma is thus Zoroastrianism's demon of wrath and is also well attested as such, the compound aēšma-daēva is not attested in scripture. It is nonetheless likely that such a form did exist, and that the Book of Tobit's "Asmodaios" (Ἀσμοδαῖος) and the Talmud's "Ashmedai" (אשמדאי) reflect it.[6] In the Zoroastrian and Middle Persian demonology, did exist the conjuncted form khashm-dev, where the word dev was the same of daeva.[7]

The spellings Asmodai,[8][9] Asmodee,[10][11] Osmodeus,[12][13] and Osmodai[14][15] have also been used. The name is alternatively spelled in the bastardized forms (based on the basic consonants אשמדאי, ʾŠMDʾY) Hashmedai (חַשְמְדּאָי, Hašmədʾāy; also Hashmodai, Hasmodai, Chashmodai, Chasmodai),[16][17][18][19] Hammadai (חַמַּדּאָי, Hammadʾāy; also Chammadai),[20][21] Shamdon (שַׁמְדּוֹן, Šamdōn),[22] and Sidonai (שִׁדֹנאָי, Šidonʾāy).[21] Some traditions have subsequently identified Shamdon as the father of Asmodeus.[22]

The Jewish Encyclopedia of 1906 rejects the otherwise accepted etymological relation between the Persian "Æshma-dæva" and Judaism's "Ashmodai" claiming that the particle "-dæva" could not have become "-dai" and that Æshma-dæva as such—a compound name—never appears in Persian sacred texts. Still, the encyclopedia proposes that the "Asmodeus" from the Apocrypha and the Testament of Solomon are not only related somewhat to Aeshma but have similar behaviour, appearance and roles,[23] to conclude in another article under the entry "Aeshma", in the paragraph "Influence of Persian Beliefs on Judaism"[24] that Persian Zoroastrian beliefs could have heavily influenced Judaism's theology on the long term, bearing in mind that in some texts there are crucial conceptual differences while in others there seems to be a great deal of similarity, proposing a pattern of influence over folk beliefs that would extend further to the mythology itself in general.

In The Bible
The full name "Ashmedai" is not found, but in 2 Kings 17:30, a certain Ashima appears as the false god for whom the Syrian Hamathites made an idol. Not only does this name better resemble that of the Persian daeva Aeshma, but the name (אֲשִׁימָא) also greatly resembles the name Ashmedai (אַשְמְדּאָי) in Hebrew. Likewise, the Bible is clear in that at least some heathen gods are not just idols, but representations of demons in Deut 32:17 and Psa 106:37.

In the Book of Tobit
The Asmodeus of the Book of Tobit is hostile to Sarah, Raguel's daughter, (Tobit 6:13); and slays seven successive husbands on their wedding nights, impeding the sexual consummation of the marriages. He is described as 'the worst of demons'. When the young Tobias is about to marry her, Asmodeus proposes the same fate for him, but Tobias is enabled, through the counsels of his attendant angel Raphael, to render him innocuous. By placing a fish's heart and liver on red-hot cinders, Tobias produces a smoky vapor that causes the demon to flee to Egypt, where Raphael binds him (Tobit 8:2-3). According to some translations Asmodeus is strangled.

Perhaps Asmodeus punishes the suitors for their carnal desire, since Tobias prays to be free from such desire and is kept safe. Asmodeus is also described as an evil spirit in general: 'Ασμοδαίος τὸ πονηρὸν δαιμόνιον or τõ δαιμόνιον πονηρόν, and πνεῦμα ἀκάθαρτον (Tobit 3:8; Tobit 3:17; Tobit 6:13; Tobit 8:3).

In the Kabbalah
According to the Kabbalah and the school of Rashba, Asmodeus is a cambion born as the result of a union between Agrat Bat Mahlat, a succubus, and King David.[25]

In the Talmud
The figure of Ashmedai in the Talmud is less malign in character than the Asmodeus of Tobit. In the former, he appears repeatedly in the light of a good-natured and humorous fellow. But besides that, there is one feature in which he parallels Asmodeus, inasmuch as his desires turn upon Solomon's wives and Bath-sheba.

Another Talmudic legend has King Solomon tricking Asmodai into collaborating in the construction of the Temple of Jerusalem[4] (see: The Story of King Solomon and Ashmedai).

Another legend depicts Asmodai throwing king Solomon over 400 leagues away from the capital by putting one wing on the ground and the other stretched skyward. He then changed places for some years with King Solomon. When King Solomon returned, Asmodai fled from his wrath.[26] Similar legends can be found in islamic folklore. There Asmodeus is called Sakhr (Arabic: صخر‎ the Rock or the Stony One), because in islamic lore, Solomon banished him into a rock, after he takes his kingdom back from him. There he counts as the king of the jinn.[27]

Another passage describes him as marrying Lilith, who became his queen.[28]

He has also been recorded as the off-spring of the union between Adam and the angel of prostitution, Naamah, conceived while Adam was married to Lilith.[citation needed]

In the Testament of Solomon
In the Testament of Solomon, a 1st–3rd century text, the king invokes Asmodeus to aid in the construction of the Temple. The demon appears and predicts Solomon's kingdom will one day be divided (Testament of Solomon, verse 21–25).[29] When Solomon interrogates Asmodeus further, the king learns that Asmodeus is thwarted by the angel Raphael, as well as by sheatfish found in the rivers of Assyria. He also admits to hating water and birds because both remind him of God.

In the Malleus Maleficarum
In the Malleus Maleficarum (1486), Asmodeus was considered the demon of lust.[30] Sebastien Michaelis said that his adversary is St. John. Some demonologists of the 16th century assigned a month to a demon and considered November to be the month in which Asmodai's power was strongest. Other demonologists asserted that his zodiacal sign was Aquarius but only between the dates of January 30 and February 8.

He has 72 legions of demons under his command. He is one of the Kings of Hell under Lucifer the emperor. He incites gambling, and is the overseer of all the gambling houses in the court of Hell. Some Catholic theologians compared him with Abaddon. Yet other authors considered Asmodeus a prince of revenge.

In the Dictionnaire Infernal
In the Dictionnaire Infernal by Collin de Plancy, Asmodeus is depicted with the breast of a man, a cock leg, serpent tail, three heads (one of a man spitting fire, one of a sheep, and one of a bull), riding a lion with dragon wings and neck, all of these animals being associated with either lascivity, lust or revenge.[citation needed] The Archbishop of Paris approved his portrait.[31]

In the Lesser Key of Solomon
Asmodai appears as the king 'Asmoday' in the Ars Goetia, where he is said to have a seal in gold and is listed as number thirty-two according to respective rank.[32]

He "is strong, powerful and appears with three heads; the first is like a bull, the second like a man, and the third like a ram; the tail of a serpent, and from his mouth issue flames of fire."[33] Also, he sits upon an infernal dragon, holds a lance with a banner and, amongst the Legions of Amaymon, Asmoday governs seventy two legions of inferior spirits.[32]

In The Magus
Asmodeus is referred to in Book Two, Chapter Eight of The Magus (1801) by Francis Barrett.

Asmodeus was named as an angel of the Order of Thrones by Gregory the Great.[35]

Asmodeus was cited by the nuns of Loudun in the Loudun possessions of 1634.[36]

The story of Asmodeus and Solomon has a reappearance in Arabian and Islamic lore, however Asmodeus is commonly named Sakhr (rock) probably a reference to his fate, because according to Islamic lore, after Solomon defeated Asmodeus, he imprisioned him inside a box of rock, chained with iron, and throw it into the sea.[37] Tabari linked Asmodeus to Surah 37:106 of the Quran in his work Annals of al-Tabari, therefore Solomon was replaced by Asmodeus over forty days.[38]

Asmodeus' reputation as the personification of lust continued into later writings, as he was known as the "Prince of Lechery" in the 16th century romance Friar Rush.[39] The French Benedictine Augustin Calmet equated his name with fine dress.[39] The 16th century Dutch demonologist Johann Weyer described him as the banker at the baccarat table in hell, and overseer of earthly gambling houses.[40]

In 1641, the Spanish playwright and novelist Luis Velez de Guevara published the satirical novel El diablo cojuelo, where Asmodeus is represented as a mischievous demon endowed with a playful and satirical genius. The plot presents a rascal student that hides in an astrologer's mansard. He frees a devil from a bottle. As an acknowledgement the devil shows him the apartments of Madrid and the tricks, miseries and mischiefs of their inhabitants.[41][42] The French novelist Alain-René Lesage adapted the Spanish source in his 1707 novel le Diable boiteux,[39] where he likened him to Cupid. In the book, he is rescued from an enchanted glass bottle by a Spanish student Don Cleophas Leandro Zambullo. Grateful, he joins with the young man on a series of adventures before being recaptured. Asmodeus is portrayed in a sympathetic light as good-natured, and a canny satirist and critic of human society.[39] In another episode Asmodeus takes Don Cleophas for a night flight, and removes the roofs from the houses of a village to show him the secrets of what passes in private lives. Following Lesage's work, he was depicted in a number of novels and periodicals, mainly in France but also London and New York.[43]

Asmodeus was widely depicted as having a handsome visage, good manners and an engaging nature; however, he was portrayed as walking with a limp and one leg was either clawed or that of a rooster. He walks aided by two walking sticks in Lesage's work, and this gave rise to the English title The Devil on Two Sticks[31] (also later translated The Limping Devil and The Lame Devil). Lesage attributes his lameness to falling from the sky after fighting with another devil.[44]

On 18 February 1865, author Evert A. Duyckinck sent President Abraham Lincoln a letter, apparently mailed from Quincy. Duyckinck signed the letter “Asmodeus”, with his initials below his pseudonym. His letter enclosed a newspaper clipping about an inappropriate joke allegedly told by Lincoln at the Hampton Roads Peace Conference. The purpose of Duyckinck’s letter was to advise Lincoln of “an important omission” about the history of the conference. He advised that the newspaper clipping be added to the “Archives of the Nation”.[45]

Asmodeus is referred to and briefly described in the short story "The Mirror", by Isaac Bashevis Singer.

Asmodeus is a recurring antagonist in season thirteen of The CW series Supernatural. As being created by Lucifer himself, Asmodeus was originally a Prince of Hell alongside his siblings Azazel, Dagon, and Ramiel. Upon the death of Crowley, Asmodeus succeeds him as the King of Hell. He is primarily portrayed by Jeffrey Vincent Parise.

Asmodeus appears as a devil in Alan Moore's novel Jerusalem.

"Finally, The Adversary Appears And Is Both Commanding An Army And Sustaining A Kingdom Whilst Also Expanding It And Destroying Others Just By His Power Alone -- Often By His Very Word. Most Of The Adversity Is Aimed Or Geared Toward His One Rival In Order To Stunt Or Completely Halt His Growth And Destroy The Rising Kingdom That Is Opposing Him. Those That Are Under Him Are Trying To Usurp Him And Grow Throughout His Own System Systematically By Taking Advantage Of Or Exploiting The Glitches And Defects Through The Errors And Cheat Their Way Up Toward His Position Just As He Cheated Himself And Set Up A Method For Himself To Promote Himself And Place Himself Over Others As Well As Control Them. The Internal Uprising Becomes Like A Fiery Cloud That Is Infolding On Itself -- Entropy Within A System, Which Has Been Written About In The Bible As The City Of David Collapsing On Itself Without Actually Falling Down (The Symbol Of Corruption And Mount Zion). Armageddon Occurs By The Attempts To Overthrow Asmodeus And All His Offspring As Well As His System Whilst He Is Using All Of His Power To Keep You From Progressing And Destroying Your Work Whilst Continuing To Maintain His Own. He Is The King Of The World; The King Of Hell." - Meltdown

I. "Asmodeus Is The Scapegoat For The King Of The World, And Considers Himself To Be The King Of The World, But Is The Rival Of The True King Of The World -- Solomon."

II. "Asmodeus Is Ruler Over Other Kings Because The Other Kings Were Lesser Than He And Did Not Reach Their Full Potential Due To Their Lust For The Spotlight, And So Another Greater King Came Up Behind The First Kings And Took The Crowns."

III. "Other Kings In The Image Of The Greater Kings Were Created In The Image Of The First Greater King, Asmodeus, And Thus It Became A Defect And A Demon To Be A Greater King Than Another King As Well As To Use Another Person Or Another King And Their Kingdom To Establish Yourself Above Them High Up Over Them -- Relating To Space And The Power Over The Earth Because Of The Leverage With The Universe And Its Karmic Powers."

IV. "Asmodeus Is Seen As The Adversary Of Kings And Their Kingdoms Or Kingships Because He Is Seeking The Highest Honor, Glory And Power Despite His Defects And Also Rivals The One True King For Solitary Control Over The Heavens And The Earth By Being An Adversary On Purpose And Teaching Others To Be An Adversary Completely Purposefully In Order To Acquire Crowns, Kings And Kingdoms Instead Of Earning Them -- Which Leads Back Into His Appearance And Function As A King."

Note: "Asmodeus Is Seeking To Boost Himself Up Greater Than Everyone And Everything Despite Having Defects, Errors And Malfunctions That Backfire On Him And Expose His Weaknesses And Vulnerabilities Further, Including In His Image -- Which Relates Closely To Balaam, The King That Precedes Him, And The Purpose Of Being A Defective And Fallen Cherub (Of Which This Kingship Of Asmodeus Would Represent)." - Satan (Samael)


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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 5:02 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belial

Belial is listed as the sixty-eighth spirit of The Lesser Key of Solomon. He is a King of Hell with 80 legions of demons, and 50 legions of spirits, under his command. He was created as the first, after Lucifer.[6] He has the power to distribute senatorships and gives excellent familiars. He must be presented with offerings, sacrifices and gifts, or else he will not give true answers to demands.

A woodcarving of Belial and some of his followers from Jacobus de Teramo's book Buche Belial (1473).
(Hebrew: בְּלִיַעַל‎) Belial (also Belhor, Baalial, Beliar, Beliall, Beliel, Beliya'al) is a term occurring in the Hebrew Bible which later became personified as the devil[1] in Jewish and Christian texts.

Hebrew Bible
The term belial (בְלִיַּעַל bĕli-yaal) is a Hebrew adjective meaning "worthless". The etymology of the word is traditionally understood as "lacking worth",[3] from two common words: beli- (בְּלִי "without-") and ya'al ( יָעַל "value").

Some scholars translate it from Hebrew as "worthless" (Beli yo'il), while others translate it as "yokeless" (Beli ol), "may have no rising" (Belial) or "never to rise" (Beli ya'al). Only a few etymologists have assumed it to be an invented name from the start.[4]

The word occurs twenty-seven times in the Masoretic Text, in verses such as Proverbs 6:12, where the King James Version (KJV) translates the Hebrew phrase adam beli-yaal as "a naughty person".[5]

In the Hebrew text the phrase is either "sons of Belial" or simply "sons of worthlessness".[6][7] Phrases beginning with "sons of" are a common semitic idiom such as "sons of destruction", "sons of lawlessness".[8]

Of these 27 occurrences, the idiom "sons of Belial" (בְּנֵֽי־בְלִיַּעַל beni beliyaal) appears 15 times to indicate worthless people, including idolaters (Deuteronomy 13:13), the men of Gibeah (Judges 19:22, 20:13), the sons of Eli (1 Samuel 2:12), Nabal, and Shimei. In the KJV these occurrences are rendered with "Belial" capitalised:

"the sons of Eli were sons of Belial " (KJV)
In modern versions these are usually read as a phrase:

"the sons of Eli were worthless men " (1 Samuel 2:12, NRSV and NIV)
"the wicked men of the city" (Judges 19:22, NIV)
"Belial" is applied to ideas, words, and counsel,[9] to calamitous circumstances,[10] and most frequently, to worthless men of the lowest sort, such as men who would induce worship of other gods;[11] those of Benjamin who committed the sex crime at Gibeah;[12] the wicked sons of Eli;[13] insolent Nabal;[14] opposers of God’s anointed, David;[15] Rehoboam's unsteady associates;[16] Jezebel's conspirators against Naboth;[17] and men in general who stir up contention.[18] Indicating that the enemy power would no longer interfere with the carrying out of true worship by his people in their land, YHWH declared through his prophet: "No more will any worthless person pass again through you. In his entirety he will certainly be cut off."[19]

Second Temple period
The term belial appears frequently in Jewish texts of the Second Temple period (texts classified by Christians as the Old Testament pseudepigrapha and apocrypha).[3] Also a large number of references to Belial are evidenced in the Dead Sea Scrolls discovered at Qumran from 1948.

Dead Sea Scrolls
In The War of the Sons of Light Against the Sons of Darkness,[20] one of the Dead Sea scrolls, Belial is the leader of the Sons of Darkness:

"You made Belial for the pit, angel of enmity; in darkness is his domain, his counsel is to bring about wickedness and guilt. All the spirits of his lot are angels of destruction, they walk in the laws of darkness; towards it goes their only desire."[21]

In the Rules of the Community, God is depicted as saying, "I shall not comfort the oppressed until their path is perfect. I shall not retain Belial within my heart."

The War Scroll and the Thanksgiving hymns both delve into the idea that Belial is accursed by God and his people, and shows how the existence of Belial in this world can be attributed to the mysteries of God since we can not know why he permits the dealings of Belial to persist.

In the Dead Sea Scrolls, Belial is further contrasted with God. These are the Angel of Light and the Angel of Darkness. The Manual of Discipline identifies the Angel of Light as God himself. The Angel of Darkness is identified in the same scroll as Belial.

Also in The Dead Sea Scrolls is a recounting of a dream of Amram, the father of Moses, who finds two 'watchers' contesting over him. One is Belial who is described as the King of Evil and Prince of Darkness. Belial is also mentioned in the Fragments of a Zadokite Work (which is also known as The Damascus Document (CD)), which states that during the eschatological age, "Belial shall be let loose against Israel, as God spoke through Isaiah the prophet."[22] The Fragments also speak of "three nets of Belial" which are said to be fornication, wealth, and pollution of the sanctuary.[23] In this work, Belial is sometimes presented as an agent of divine punishment and sometimes as a rebel, as Mastema is. It was Belial who inspired the Egyptian sorcerers, Jochaneh and his brother, to oppose Moses and Aaron. The Fragments also say that anyone who is ruled by the spirits of Belial and speaks of rebellion should be condemned as a necromancer and wizard.

Jubilees
In the Book of Jubilees, uncircumcised Gentiles are called "sons of Belial".[24]

Testament of the Twelve Patriarchs
Belial is also mentioned in the Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs. The author of the work seems to be a dualist because he presents Belial as God's opponent, not as a servant, but does not mention how or why this came to be. Simeon 5:3 says that fornication separates man from God and brings him near to Belial. Levi tells his children to choose between the Law of God and the works of Belial[25] It also states that when the soul is constantly disturbed, the Lord departs from it and Belial rules over it. Naphtali[26] contrasts the Law and will of God with the purposes of Belial. Also, in 20:2, Joseph prophesies that when Israel leaves Egypt, they will be with God in light while Belial will remain in darkness with the Egyptians. Finally, the Testament describes that when the Messiah comes, the angels will punish the spirits of deceit and Belial[27] and that the Messiah will bind Belial and give to his children the power to trample the evil spirits.[28]

"For many hath fornication destroyed; because, though a man be old or noble, it maketh him a reproach and a laughing-stock with Beliar and the sons of men."[29]

Ascension of Isaiah
In the Ascension of Isaiah, Belial is the angel of lawlessness and "the ruler of this world", and identified as Samael and Satan.[1]

And Manasseh turned aside his heart to serve Belial; for the angel of lawlessness, who is the ruler of this world, is Belial, whose name is Matanbuchus.

— (Ascension of Isaiah 2:4)
[1]

Christianity
In the New Testament the word occurs once, when Paul the Apostle asks:

"[W]hat concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?" (2 Corinthians 6:15)
The spelling found in most manuscripts of 2 Corinthians is actually Beliar (Βελιάρ) not Belial (Βελίαλ). This is the reading preferred by textual scholars[30] and the change of -l to -r is attributed to a common change in Aramaic pronunciation.[31][32]

The Jewish Greek Septuagint, later the Old Testament of the early Christian church, generally renders the "sons of Belial" verses in the Hebrew Bible either as "lawless men", by idioms "sons of the pest", rather than a personal name "sons of Belial.":

andres paranomoi ("lawless men" ἄνδρες παράνομοι) (Deuteronomy 13:13)
huioi loimoi ("sons of the plague" υἱοὶ λοιμοὶ) (1 Samuel 2:12)
The Septuagint also avoids Belial in the singular so Shimei (2 Samuel 16:7) when he cursed David, "Come out, come out, thou bloody man, and thou man of Belial" is rendered "you lawless man" (paranomos), and Hannah to Eli "Count not thine handmaid for a daughter of Belial" is rendered "don't count your maidservant as a daughter of the pest"[33] The Latin Vulgate[34][35] and Syriac Peshitta Old Testaments in some cases follow the Greek, in other literalize as Hebrew. The single New Testament use is preserved "Belial" in Latin and Syriac.

Resurrection of Jesus Christ (by Bartholomew)
In the Resurrection of Jesus Christ (by Bartholomew) of the New Testament apocrypha, Belial was visible along with 666 fallen angels when Michael was commanded by Jesus to show Hell to his disciples.

Rabbinical literature
The Talmud and rabbinical interpretation generally follow a non-supernatural view, an allegorical personification of evil, as with rabbinical interpretations of evil. The phrase "sons of Belial" from the Torah continued to retain currency.[36]

English literature
John Milton, Paradise Lost, Book I
BELIAL came last, than whom a Spirit more lewd
Fell not from Heaven, or more gross to love
Vice for it self: To him no Temple stood
Or Altar smoak'd; yet who more oft then hee
In Temples and at Altars, when the Priest
Turns Atheist, as did ELY'S Sons, who fill'd
With lust and violence the house of God.
In Courts and Palaces he also Reigns
And in luxurious Cities, where the noyse
Of riot ascends above thir loftiest Towrs,
And injury and outrage: And when Night
Darkens the Streets, then wander forth the Sons
Of BELIAL, flown with insolence and wine.
Witness the Streets of SODOM, and that night
In GIBEAH, when hospitable Dores
Yielded thir Matrons to prevent worse rape.

John Milton, Paradise Lost, Book 2
... On th' other side up rose
BELIAL, in act more graceful and humane;
A fairer person lost not Heav'n; he seemd
For dignity compos'd and high exploit:
But all was false and hollow; though his Tongue
Dropt Manna, and could make the worse appear
The better reason, to perplex and dash
Maturest Counsels: for his thoughts were low;
To vice industrious, but to Nobler deeds
Timorous and slothful: yet he pleas'd the eare...

Robert Browning (1839), "Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister", eighth stanza:
Or, my scrofulous French novel
On gray paper with blunt type !
Simply glance at it, you grovel
Hand and foot in BELIAL's gripe:
If I double down its pages
At the woeful sixteenth print,
When he gathers his greengages,
Ope a sieve and slip it in't?

Occult
The 17th-Century German grimoire The Lesser Key of Solomon mentions Belial, as does Aleister Crowley's Goetia (1904) and Anton LaVey's The Satanic Bible (1969). In The Satanic Bible (The Book of Belial), Belial means "without a master", and symbolizes independence, self-sufficiency, and personal accomplishment.

In 1937, Edgar Cayce used the term "sons of belial" and "sons of the law of one" for the first time in one of his deep trance readings given between 1923 and 1945. Cayce was often referred to as the "sleeping prophet" who gave over 2,500 readings to individuals while in a deep trance state. While his definition of the sons of belial was consistent with the Hebrew meaning of "worthless" individuals focused on self-gratification, Cayce went on to use the term frequently to compare opposing human forces at work in pre-historical times related to the early development of Atlantis.

Popular culture
Main article: Belial in popular culture
Popular culture in the last century included many references to Belial; notably in the celebrated silent film Nosferatu (1922), Aldous Huxley's novel Ape and Essence (1948), Philip K. Dick's novel The Divine Invasion (1981), the cult horror film Basket Case (1982), Dean Koontz's novel Phantoms (1983), Graham Masterton's novel Master of Lies (1991), and the horror film The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2005).

In the role playing game Vampire: the Requiem, Belial's Brood is a covenant of vampires that serve Vice and evil forces, consorting with infernal spirits for power.

Blizzard Entertainment's video game Diablo 3 has Belial in its storyline as the second boss in Act 2. There are definite Arabic tones for the art direction and setting. Belial in the Diablo universe is known as the "Lord of Lies", one of the four lesser of the Seven Great Evils of Sanctuary. Westwood Studios's PC game Lands of Lore: Guardians of Destiny features Belial as its main antagonist, portraying him as an evil god with a devil-like appearance.

In the Warhammer 40k universe Belial is the current Grand Master of the Deathwing of the Dark Angels Space Marine Chapter which typically has religious named leaders.

In the mobile game Puzzle and Dragons, Belial is a monster that is part of the Archdemon series.

In the Book "The little ships" by J.A. Sutherland The main Character sails in a spaceship named Belial.

"Belial's meat" is a health item in the Video Game Off by unproductive fun time.

In the Binding of Isaac video game, the Book of Belial is an activated item.

"Belial" is the theme held in meditation by Vaughn Benjamin (Akae Beka) on the Midnite & Ras L Collaborative album Thru & True 2006

"Those That Are Under The Contract Of Baal Berith Are Transformed Into Demon Sacrifices For Belial, Thus Making Them Belial And Used For Fueling Belial -- Which Are All The Corrupt People On The Earth -- And Sustains The Great Feast Of God By Perpetually Fueling The Fire, Burning Up Money And People At An Exceptional Rate Both Systematically And Automatically By Exponential Growth That A Glitch That Has Been Abused Feeds On And Grows Out Of Control, Even By Utility Of Previous Glitches And Errors, Such As The Whore Of Babylon. The Sacrifice For Belial Becomes Belial, Itself, And All Things Attached To Belial, Which Nullifies Belial And Resets The Worthless Son Of God And The Children Of It Back To Absolute Zero. It Feeds On Itself And Destroys Itself Through All Forms Of Corruption Burning Itself Up Too Rapidly To Truly Control Or Stop, Even If It Can Be Slowed Down Or Directed. Belial Spirals Out Of Control And Swallows Up Literally Everyone And Everything, Turning Everything Into Waste, Including The King Above Belial -- His Father And God, Baal; Known As Bael." - Royalty

I. "All Of The Worthless, Flawed, Defective Or Deformed Of The System Are Automatically Considered Dead By Default, As Both People And Family, Though They Are Alive And Walking."

II. "Though These People Are The Worst Of The Worst Type Of People And Are Ruled By Someone Who Is Also As Equally Worthless Or As Bad As They Are, They Are Still Their Own Types Of Rulers As Kings, Queens, Gods And Goddesses That Make Up Powers And Values And Resources For Themselves Without Any Substance -- Lying About Literally Everything, Including Their Pasts, In Order To Attempt To Falsify Something Better For Themselves."

III. "All The Flaws, Defects, Errors, Glitches, Issues And Problems All Converge Into A Single Group Of People Who Are Indistinct From Whatever They Are Incorporated With, Which They Automatically Cause To Become Corrupt And Degenerate In Value, Even Into The Negative Values And Thus Erase The True Potential Or Value Of What Is To Be Used For."

IV. "All Such Beings That Are Affiliated To The Information Listed Or Described Are Considered 'Belial' And Create Their Own Social Economy That Blends In With Literally Every Other Class And Rank Or Division."

Note: "Belial Is An Angel Of Death Because It Sustains The Worthless And Their Society In Order To Harbor And Maintain An Ecosystem For Sin, Itself, That It Can Be Researched, Studied And Experimented On Before It Is Destroyed Along With The System That Supports It." - Guardian Angel (Belial)


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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 5:17 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baal_(demon)

According to le Grand Grimoire, Baal (or Bael) is the head of the infernal powers. He is also the first demon listed in Wierus' Pseudomonarchia daemonum. According to Wierus, Bael is first king of Hell with estates in the east. He has three heads: a toad, a man, and a cat. He also speaks in a raucous, but well formed voice, and commands 66 legions. Bael teaches the art of invisibility, and may be the equivalent of Baal or Baalzebub, one of the Seven princes of Hell.

Baal (/ˈbeɪl/ BAYL; sometimes spelled Bael, Baël (French), Baell) is in 17th century goetic occult writings as one of the seven princes of Hell. The name is drawn from the Canaanite deity Baal mentioned in the Hebrew Bible as the primary god of the Phoenicians.

In this unholy hierarchy, Baal (usually spelt "Bael" in this context; there is a possibility that the two figures aren't connected) was ranked as the first and principal king in Hell, ruling over the East. According to some authors Baal is a Duke, with sixty-six legions of demons under his command.

During the English Puritan period Baal was either compared to Satan or considered his main assistant. According to Francis Barrett he has the power to make those who invoke him invisible, and to some other demonologists his power is stronger in October. According to some sources,[citation needed] he can make people wise, and speaks hoarsely.

While his Semitic predecessor was depicted as a man or a bull,[1] the demon Baal was in grimoire tradition said to appear in the forms of a man, cat, toad, or combinations thereof. An illustration in Collin de Plancy's 1818 book Dictionnaire Infernal placed the heads of the three creatures onto a set of spider legs.

"Bael, The Demon Lord, Commands Asmodeus, The Demon King, To Be The Adversary Of Any And Every King That Is Not Submissive To The Devil System Established By Baal -- Who Poses As Something Similar To El Berith -- So That Baal Could Be God, Though Ends Up Being The Devil, Satan And Lucifer All As A United Being To Be Copied By Those Who Become Fallen Angels Via The Corruption Of The Radiance Of The Light With Its Emanation Of Vainglory. The Very Image Of Being Baal Or The Angel Of The Demon Lord, Bael, Appears To Be What It Is Like To Be God And Everyone Aspires To Be Like Bael. The Asmodeus Demons Are Either Destroyed, Laid Low Or Enslaved By Baal And Everyone Else Is Made Into Belial, Which Is Eternally Fighting Itself And Destroying Itself So That Baal Can Keep Power. The Son, Belial, Keeps Everything Weak Enough For Baal To Control Without Having Too Much Adversity From The Weakened Adversaries Being Used As Scapegoats -- The Daily Sacrifice. So, Baal Sits Enthroned And Shows The Kingdom Of David On Mount Zion, With All The Souls Ready For The Rapture By The Passover Of God." - Serpent

I. "Baal Is The King Of Demons, Whose Son Is Belial, And All His Work Becomes Or Goes To Belial, To Whom He Is Giving All Of His Power In Order To Make Him Feel Better About His Weakness And Vulnerability (Which Came From Baal And The Concept Of Making The Self Baal)."

II. "Baal Has An Angel Of Himself That Is Known As 'Bael', Which Is The Representation Of The 'Demon Lord' As A Part Of 'The Lord.'"

III. "Bael Is A Conceptual Representation Of Kings And Their Rule Over The Earth Through Kingdoms And Kingships, Which Is Something That Came From The Tribe Of Reuben In Israel In Order To Maintain World Power Even Over World Order That Came From The United Nations -- Of Which Baal Would Be Part Of And Lord Over."

IV. "Because Baal Has All The Powers Of The Entire World, Including Power Over Everyone That Has Power Over The Earth In Any Type Of Way Or Fashion, And There Is An Established System For Keeping Them In Power As Well As Baal Over Them As Bael, He Is Known As Satan Over Anyone Who Is Seeking To Overthrow Him, And Also Upon Those Who He Does Not Wish Upon The Earth -- Including The 'King Of The Earth', Which Is A Scapegoat For The 'King Of The Universe', Baal."

Note: "All God Complexes And Feelings Or Thoughts Of Megalomaniac Superiority As An Overhead Or Godhead Comes From The Tribe Of Reuben Due To The Curses That Came From Israel, Father Of Reuben, And Thus Created Baal." - Firstborn (Firstfruits)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 5:35 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesser_Key_of_Solomon#Ars_Goetia

For other uses, see Key of Solomon (disambiguation).
The Lesser Key of Solomon, also known as Clavicula Salomonis Regis[note 1] or Lemegeton, is an anonymous grimoire (or spell book) on demonology. It was compiled in the mid-17th century, mostly from materials a couple of centuries older.[1][2] It is divided into five books—the Ars Goetia, Ars Theurgia-Goetia, Ars Paulina, Ars Almadel, and Ars Notoria.

Ars Goetia
The most obvious source for the Ars Goetia is Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum in his De praestigiis daemonum. Weyer does not cite, and is unaware of, any other books in the Lemegeton, indicating that the Lemegeton derived from his work, not the other way around.[1][4] The order of the spirits changed between the two, four additional spirits were added to the later work, and one spirit (Pruflas) was omitted. The omission of Pruflas, a mistake that also occurs in an edition of Pseudomonarchia Daemonum cited in Reginald Scot's The Discoverie of Witchcraft, indicates that the Ars Goetia could not have been compiled before 1570. Indeed, it appears that the Ars Goetia is more dependent upon Scot's translation of Weyer than on Weyer's work in itself. Additionally, some material came from Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy, the Heptameron by pseudo-Pietro d'Abano,[note 2][1][5] and the Magical Calendar.[6]

Weyer's Officium Spirituum, which is likely related to a 1583 manuscript titled The Office of Spirits,[7] appears to have ultimately been an elaboration on a 15th-century manuscript titled Le Livre des Esperitz (30 of the 47 spirits are nearly identical to spirits in the Ars Goetia).[2][5]

In a slightly later copy made by Thomas Rudd (1583?–1656), this portion was labelled "Liber Malorum Spirituum seu Goetia", and the seals and demons were paired with those of the 72 angels of the Shemhamphorasch[3] which were intended to protect the conjurer and to control the demons he summoned.[8] The angelic names and seals derived from a manuscript by Blaise de Vigenère, whose papers were also used by Samuel Liddell MacGregor Mathers (1854-1918) in his works for the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn[5] (1887–1903). Rudd may have derived his copy of Liber Malorum Spirituum from a now-lost work by Johannes Trithemius,[5] who taught Agrippa, who in turn taught Weyer.

This portion of the work was later translated by S. L. MacGregor Mathers and published by Aleister Crowley under the title The Book of the Goetia of Solomon the King. Crowley added some additional invocations previously unrelated to the original work, as well as essays describing the rituals as psychological exploration instead of demon summoning.

The Seventy-Two Demons
Further information: List of demons in the Ars Goetia
Illustration of the demon Buer
Buer, the tenth spirit, who teaches "Moral and Natural Philosophy" (from a 1995 Mathers edition. Illustration by Louis Breton from Dictionnaire Infernal).
The demons' names (given below) are taken from the Ars Goetia, which differs in terms of number and ranking from the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum of Weyer. As a result of multiple translations, there are multiple spellings for some of the names, which are given in the articles concerning them.

King Bael
Duke Agares
Prince Vassago
Marquis Samigina
President Marbas
Duke Valefor
Marquis Amon
Duke Barbatos
King Paimon
President Buer
Duke Gusion
Prince Sitri
King Beleth
Marquis Leraje
Duke Eligos
Duke Zepar
Count/President Botis
Duke Bathin
Duke Sallos
King Purson
Count/President Marax
Count/Prince Ipos
Duke Aim
Marquis Naberius
Count/President Glasya-Labolas
Duke Buné
Marquis/Count Ronové
Duke Berith
Duke Astaroth
Marquis Forneus
President Foras
King Asmoday
Prince/President Gäap
Count Furfur
Marquis Marchosias
Prince Stolas
Marquis Phenex
Count Halphas
President Malphas
Count Räum
Duke Focalor
Duke Vepar
Marquis Sabnock
Marquis Shax
King/Count Viné
Count Bifrons
Duke Vual
President Haagenti
Duke Crocell
Knight Furcas
King Balam
Duke Alloces
President Caim
Duke/Count Murmur
Prince Orobas
Duke Gremory
President Ose
President Amy
Marquis Orias
Duke Vapula
King/President Zagan
President Valac
Marquis Andras
Duke Flauros
Marquis Andrealphus
Marquis Kimaris
Duke Amdusias
King Belial
Marquis Decarabia
Prince Seere
Duke Dantalion
Count Andromalius

The demons are described as being commanded by four kings of the cardinal directions: Amaymon (East), Corson (West), Ziminiar (North), and Gaap (South). A footnote in one variant edition instead lists them as Oriens or Uriens, Paymon or Paymonia, Ariton or Egyn, and Amaymon or Amaimon, alternatively known as Samael, Azazel, Azael, and Mahazael (purportedly their preferred rabbinic names).[10] Agrippa's Occult Philosophy lists the kings of the cardinal directions as Urieus (East), Amaymon (South), Paymon (West), and Egin (North); again providing the alternate names Samuel (i.e. Samael), Azazel, Azael, and Mahazuel. The Magical Calendar lists them as Bael, Moymon, Poymon, and Egin,[11][12] though Peterson notes that some variant editions instead list '"Asmodel in the East, Amaymon in the South, Paymon in the West, and Aegym in the North"; "Oriens, Paymon, Egyn, and Amaymon"; or "Amodeo [sic] (king of the East), Paymon (king of the West), Egion (king of the North), and Maimon."'

Ars Theurgia Goetia[edit]
The Ars Theurgia Goetia mostly derives from Trithemius's Steganographia, though the seals and order for the spirits are different due to corrupted transmission via manuscript.[5][13] Rituals not found in Steganographia were added, in some ways conflicting with similar rituals found in the Ars Goetia and Ars Paulina. Most of the spirits summoned are tied to points on a compass, four Emperors tied to the cardinal points (Carnesiel in the East, Amenadiel in the West, Demoriel in the North and Caspiel in the South), sixteen Dukes tied to cardinal points, inter-cardinal points, additional directions between those. There are an additional eleven Wandering Princes, totaling thirty one spirit leaders who each rule several to a few dozen spirits.

Ars Paulina[edit]
Derived from book two of Trithemius's Steganographia and from portions of the Heptameron, but purportedly delivered by Paul the Apostle instead of (as claimed by Trithemius) Raziel. Elements from The Magical Calendar, astrological seals by Robert Turner's 1656 translation of Paracelsus's Archidoxes of Magic, and repeated mentions of guns and the year 1641 indicate that this portion was written in the later half of the seventeenth century.[15][16] Traditions of Paul communicating with heavenly powers are almost as old as Christianity itself, as seen in some interpretations of 2 Corinthians 12:2-4 and the apocryphal Apocalypse of Paul. The Ars Paulina is in turn divided into two books, the first detailing twenty-four angels aligned with the twenty-four hours of the day, the second (derived more from the Heptameron) detailing the 360 spirits of the degrees of the zodiac.

Ars Almadel[edit]
Mentioned by Trithemius and Weyer, the latter of whom claimed an Arabic origin for the work. A 15th-century copy is attested to by Robert Turner, and Hebrew copies were discovered in the 20th century. The Ars Almadel instructs the magician on how to create a wax tablet with specific designs intended to contact angels via scrying.

Ars Notoria[edit]
The oldest known portion of the Lemegeton, the Ars Notoria (or Notory Art) was first mentioned by Michael Scot in 1236 (and thus was written earlier). The Ars Notoria contains a series of prayers (related to those in The Sworn Book of Honorius) intended to grant eidetic memory and instantaneous learning to the magician. Some copies and editions of the Lemegeton omit this work entirely;[19][20] A. E. Waite ignores it completely when describing the Lemegeton.[4] It is also known as the Ars Nova.

Editions
Crowley, Aleister (ed.), S. L. MacGregor Mathers (transcribed) The Book of the Goetia of Solomon the King. Translated into the English tongue by a dead hand (Foyers, Inverness: Society for the Propagation of Religious Truth, 1904) 1995 reprint: ISBN 0-87728-847-X.
Greenup, A. W., "The Almadel of Solomon, according to the text of the Sloane MS. 2731" The Occult Review vol. 22 no. 2, August 1915, 96-102.
Henson, Mitch (ed.) Lemegeton. The Complete Lesser Key of Solomon (Jacksonville: Metatron Books, 1999) ISBN 978-0-9672797-0-1. Noted by Peterson to be "uncritical and indiscriminate in its use of source material".[9]
de Laurence, L. W. (ed.), The Lesser Key Of Solomon, Goetia, The Book of Evil Spirits (Chicago: de Laurence, Scott & Co., 1916) 1942 reprint: ISBN 978-0-7661-0776-2; 2006 reprint: ISBN 978-1-59462-200-7. A plagiarism of the Mathers/Crowley edition.[21]
Peterson, Joseph H. (ed.), The Lesser Key of Solomon: Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis (York Beach, ME: Weiser Books, 2001). Considered "the definitive version"[22] and "the standard edition".[23]
Runyon, Carroll, The Book of Solomon’s Magick (Silverado, CA: C.H.S. Inc., 1996). Targeted more toward practicing magicians than academics, claims that the demons were originally derived from Mesopotamian mythology.[24]
Shah, Idries, The Secret Lore of Magic (London: Abacus, 1972). Contains portions of Ars Almandel and split sections the Goetia, missing large portions of the rituals involved.[9]
Skinner, Stephen & Rankine, David (eds.), The Goetia of Dr Rudd: The Angels and Demons of Liber Malorum Spirituum Seu Goetia (Sourceworks of Ceremonial Magic) (London and Singapore: The Golden Hoard Press 2007) ISBN 978-0-9547639-2-3
Thorogood, Alan (ed.), Frederick Hockley (transcribed), The Pauline Art of Solomon (York Beach, ME: The Teitan Press, 2016)
Waite, Arthur Edward, The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts. Including the rites and mysteries of goëtic theurgy, sorcery, and infernal necromancy, also the rituals of black magic (Edinburgh: 1898). Reprinted as The Secret Tradition in Goëtia. The Book of Ceremonial Magic, including the rites and mysteries of Goëtic theurgy, sorcery, and infernal necromancy (London: William Rider & Son, 1911). Includes the Goetia, Pauline Art and Almadel.[9]
White, Nelson & Anne (eds.) Lemegeton: Clavicula Salomonis: or, The complete lesser key of Solomon the King (Pasadena, CA: Technology Group, 1979). Noted by Peterson to be "almost totally unreadable".[9]
Wilby, Kevin (ed.) The Lemegetton. A Medieval Manual of Solomonic Magic (Silian, Lampeter: Hermetic Research Series, 1985)
Veenstra, Jan R. “The Holy Almandal. Angels and the intellectual aims of magic” in Jan N. Bremmer and Jan R. Veenstra (eds.), The Metamorphosis of Magic from Late Antiguity to the Early Modern Period (Leuven: Peeters, 2002), pp. 189-229. The Almadel is transcribed at pp. 217-229.

"The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse Are Released For Judgment Of The King Of The World And The Universe -- The King Of Kings -- At The Great Feast On The Great Day Of The Apocalypse. They Compare The King Of Kings To Themselves Using The Demon Lord System As Well As The Lord, To See If The King Of Kings Is The Lord Of Lords, Or If He Belongs Within The Demon Lord System Under Baal As Bael, OR Even As Belial. Therefore, At The Crossroads That Are Established By The Four Horsemen, Wormwood Is Hurled Down At Armageddon And The Seven Seals For The Seven Angels Of God's Wrath (His Own Seven Spirits) Are Released From The Earth Up Via The Stairway Of Heaven From Luz Because Of Lucifer Bearing The Light Of Baal Over All Mankind Through Reuben From Adam." - Altar

I. "After Bael Is Activated, Then It Must Be Used To Get To Baal Through The Four Greatest Kings -- Which Are The Representations Of The Tetragrammaton; The Four Faces Of God Bearing The Four Primary Elements And The Four Cardinal Directions."

II. "Bael -- The Demon Lord System -- Restarts And Weeds Out Those That Will Become The Next Baal, Who Sets Up The Next Bael. In Order For This To Happen, The Four Faces Of God Must Be Reset After Being Summoned In Order."

III. "When The Demon Lord System Of The Devil Is Reset, The First Sacrifices Are Fed Into It -- Just As Before -- By Sacrificing Those Who Are Considered The Weaker Or Lesser Into Molek, Which Is A Self-Sacrificing And Self-Gratifying Production At The Expense Of The Weak In Order To Cover For A Perpetual Flaw Or Error."

IV. "The Four Horsemen That Control It And Come Together For The Control And Operation Of The System Reset And Restore All Contribute To The Demon God -- Baal -- For The Sake Of The Demon Lord System -- Bael."

Note: "The Four Corners -- The Kings Of The Four Directions -- Being Released From Their Respective Highest Points Of Each Direction And Returned In Order; East (Red), South (Black), West (White), And North (Pale)." - The Four Horsemen (Apocalypse)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 5:53 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amaymon

The demons are described as being commanded by four kings of the cardinal directions: Amaymon (East), Corson (West), Ziminiar (North), and Gaap (South). A footnote in one variant edition instead lists them as Oriens or Uriens, Paymon or Paymonia, Ariton or Egyn, and Amaymon or Amaimon, alternatively known as Samael, Azazel, Azael, and Mahazael (purportedly their preferred rabbinic names).[10] Agrippa's Occult Philosophy lists the kings of the cardinal directions as Urieus (East), Amaymon (South), Paymon (West), and Egin (North); again providing the alternate names Samuel (i.e. Samael), Azazel, Azael, and Mahazuel. The Magical Calendar lists them as Bael, Moymon, Poymon, and Egin,[11][12] though Peterson notes that some variant editions instead list '"Asmodel in the East, Amaymon in the South, Paymon in the West, and Aegym in the North"; "Oriens, Paymon, Egyn, and Amaymon"; or "Amodeo [sic] (king of the East), Paymon (king of the West), Egion (king of the North), and Maimon."'[11]

Ars Theurgia Goetia[edit]
The Ars Theurgia Goetia mostly derives from Trithemius's Steganographia, though the seals and order for the spirits are different due to corrupted transmission via manuscript.[5][13] Rituals not found in Steganographia were added, in some ways conflicting with similar rituals found in the Ars Goetia and Ars Paulina. Most of the spirits summoned are tied to points on a compass, four Emperors tied to the cardinal points (Carnesiel in the East, Amenadiel in the West, Demoriel in the North and Caspiel in the South), sixteen Dukes tied to cardinal points, inter-cardinal points, additional directions between those. There are an additional eleven Wandering Princes, totaling thirty one spirit leaders who each rule several to a few dozen spirits.

In demonology, Amaymon (also Amaimon, or Amoymon) is a Prince of Hell, and, according to some Grimoires, the only one who has power over Asmodai.[1]

A curious characteristic of this Spirit is shown during the Evocation of Asmodai to visible appearance, when the Exorcist must stand upright with his Cap or Headdress removed in a show of respect; for if he does not it is Amaymon who will deceive him and doom all his work.

Amaymon is said to have a deadly poisonous breath.

The Lesser Key of Solomon states the Exorcist or conjurer must be in possession of a Silver Ring, duly consecrated and worn on the middle finger as a form of protection against this poisonous astral breath.

According to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum he is the King of the West, although for some translations of The Lesser Key of Solomon he is King of the East (Although some translations of The Lesser Key of Solomon consider Belial, Beleth, Asmodai and Gaap kings of the four cardinal directions, though not giving detail on the cardinal point each rule).

According to the grimoire The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage translated by S.L. MacGregor Mathers, Amaymon (as Amaimon) was one of the eight Sub-Princes, described as an Egyptian devil whom Abramelin restrained from working evil from the third hour till noon and from the ninth till evening.

"When The Great Feast For All The Kings And The Princes, As Well As All Other Rulers, Royalties, Powers, Dominions And Authorities Are Established All The Way Up To The Generals And Commanders, As Well As The Heirs And Their Descendants, Each Of Them Partakes Of All The Flesh Of The System Via Dantalion Bearing All Faces, Images, Names, Ranks And Jobs For Everyone And Everything To Consume In The New System. This Serves As The Great Sacrifice, And Can, By Itself Consume The Entire Earth Or Cause A Consumptive War That Can Destroy All Of The Work And All Of The People Part Of It In An Exponential Fashion, Thus Causing Everything Built Up Or Worked For To Come Crashing Down In A Total System Collapse Due To The Devil, Itself. It Is The Firstborn Of The Firstfruits And Is Also A Part Of Jericho; The Trampling Of The Winepress." - Sacrifice

I. "Amaymon Is The King Of The East That Is Over The Red Horsemen, Which Are Used As Scapegoats And Sacrifices."

II. "Amaymon Rules Over Asmodeus Because Asmodeus Is What Is Sacrificed To Using Scapegoats And Sacrificed As A Scapegoat."

III. "Amaymon Gives Sacrifices In Large Scale To All Who Need Them Or Request Them, Giving Him Precedence Over The Great Feast Of God For All The Birds In The Sky To Eat The Flesh Of Kings And Generals And Horsemen And The Like During Every Occasion -- Which Is Used As Fuel To Start Up The System."

IV. "Amaymon Will Taint The Sacrifices And Direct Them Toward A Destructive Or Counterproductive Goal If Treated With Disrespect Or With Deception, Which Is Why Only Someone Who Is Not Belial Can Even Approach Amaymon Without Being Used Or Having All Of The Work Backfire And Be Destroyed Without Going Anywhere Or Doing Anything Productive, Turning Into A Burning Pile Of Waste Whose Only True Purpose Is To Devour Itself From The Inside Out -- Another 'Devil System.'"
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:04 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaap

The demons are described as being commanded by four kings of the cardinal directions: Amaymon (East), Corson (West), Ziminiar (North), and Gaap (South). A footnote in one variant edition instead lists them as Oriens or Uriens, Paymon or Paymonia, Ariton or Egyn, and Amaymon or Amaimon, alternatively known as Samael, Azazel, Azael, and Mahazael (purportedly their preferred rabbinic names).[10] Agrippa's Occult Philosophy lists the kings of the cardinal directions as Urieus (East), Amaymon (South), Paymon (West), and Egin (North); again providing the alternate names Samuel (i.e. Samael), Azazel, Azael, and Mahazuel. The Magical Calendar lists them as Bael, Moymon, Poymon, and Egin,[11][12] though Peterson notes that some variant editions instead list '"Asmodel in the East, Amaymon in the South, Paymon in the West, and Aegym in the North"; "Oriens, Paymon, Egyn, and Amaymon"; or "Amodeo [sic] (king of the East), Paymon (king of the West), Egion (king of the North), and Maimon."'[11]

Ars Theurgia Goetia
The Ars Theurgia Goetia mostly derives from Trithemius's Steganographia, though the seals and order for the spirits are different due to corrupted transmission via manuscript.[5][13] Rituals not found in Steganographia were added, in some ways conflicting with similar rituals found in the Ars Goetia and Ars Paulina. Most of the spirits summoned are tied to points on a compass, four Emperors tied to the cardinal points (Carnesiel in the East, Amenadiel in the West, Demoriel in the North and Caspiel in the South), sixteen Dukes tied to cardinal points, inter-cardinal points, additional directions between those. There are an additional eleven Wandering Princes, totaling thirty one spirit leaders who each rule several to a few dozen spirits.

Gaap (also Tap, Coap, Taob, Goap) is a goetic demon described in the Lesser Key of Solomon,[1] the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum,[2] the Dictionnaire Infernal,[3] and the Munich Manual of Demonic Magic,[4][5][6] as a Prince in human form who incites love. The Munich Manual also says that Taob also provides medical care for women, transforms them to make it easier to get to a lover, renders them infertile, and rules twenty-five legions of spirits. The sources besides the Munich Manual also describe Gaap as a President, giving him the powers to teach philosophy and liberal arts, make others invisible, steal familiars from other magicians, make men stupid, and carry men between kingdoms; in addition to ruling sixty-six legions of demons. Johann Weyer also connects Gaap to necromancers, and states that he was first called upon by Noah's son Ham, along with Beleth. He was of the order of potestates.

Gaap (or Goap) is also one of the four cardinal spirits, of the south in the Lesser Key of Solomon, the west in the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum.

In the Livre des Esperitz,[7] Gaap (as Caap) is still a Prince, but appears as a knight, brings gold and silver anywhere, and rules twenty legions of spirits.

Practicing occultist Carroll "Poke" Runyon treats Gaap and Coap as different entities,[8] although they were historically the same figure.[7]

According to Thomas Rudd, Gaap is opposed by the Shemhamphorasch angel Ieuiah.

"After The Sacrifices Are Poured Into The System To Cover The Deficits -- Normally Caused By Those That Are Envious Of Those That Are Being Put On Display And Rising Through The Ranks -- The Gap Between Those That Are Recognized, Glorified, Magnified And Honor In All Such Resplendent Radiance As Well As Those That Are Envious Of Such A Light And Seek To Copy It Are Bridged And They Are Gathered Together To Be Judged By Their Works, Their Psyche, Their Persona And Their Substance All According To The Works Of God. They Are Sent To The Crossroads And The Second Of The Four Horseman Rules Over Them To Judge, Measure And Compare Them To Each Other After Bringing Them Up To The Other Kings And Those Seeking Their Credit For Their Works Or Their Names. This Is Armageddon, And It Is For Envy." - Tithe

I. "Gaap Is The King Of The South That Was Raised Up From A Princedom, And Is Established As A Prince That Will Always Rise Up Into A King; The Counterpart Reflection Of The Archangel, Michael, Over The Principalities."

II. "Gaap Deals With All Of The Judgments And Maintenance Of Order During The Ceremonial Rites, And Is Also Considered He Who Rises Up Due To The Sacrifices Because Of Knowing How To Deal With Them, And Stems From Cain And Pharaoh Being A Black Horseman."

III. "As A King, Gaap Resides Over All Impotence Where There Is Supposed To Be Omnipotence, Which Also Covers All Types Of Degeneration And Deterioration Through Descendants And Illustrates How To Rise Back To A State Of Standard Among The Superiors Through The Inferiors."

IV. "Gaap Ensures That Any Of The Invidiads That Survive As A Lingering Envy Are Allowed To Reach Their Highest Potential From Whatever Point They May Be Stunted Or Afflicted, Even Down To Their Impotence, Even If It Means Including The Impotence."

Note: "The Impotence And Rule Over It Is What Makes This King Of The South So Important." - Famine (Potential)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:15 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corson_(demon)

The demons are described as being commanded by four kings of the cardinal directions: Amaymon (East), Corson (West), Ziminiar (North), and Gaap (South). A footnote in one variant edition instead lists them as Oriens or Uriens, Paymon or Paymonia, Ariton or Egyn, and Amaymon or Amaimon, alternatively known as Samael, Azazel, Azael, and Mahazael (purportedly their preferred rabbinic names).[10] Agrippa's Occult Philosophy lists the kings of the cardinal directions as Urieus (East), Amaymon (South), Paymon (West), and Egin (North); again providing the alternate names Samuel (i.e. Samael), Azazel, Azael, and Mahazuel. The Magical Calendar lists them as Bael, Moymon, Poymon, and Egin,[11][12] though Peterson notes that some variant editions instead list '"Asmodel in the East, Amaymon in the South, Paymon in the West, and Aegym in the North"; "Oriens, Paymon, Egyn, and Amaymon"; or "Amodeo [sic] (king of the East), Paymon (king of the West), Egion (king of the North), and Maimon."'[11]

Ars Theurgia Goetia[edit]
The Ars Theurgia Goetia mostly derives from Trithemius's Steganographia, though the seals and order for the spirits are different due to corrupted transmission via manuscript.[5][13] Rituals not found in Steganographia were added, in some ways conflicting with similar rituals found in the Ars Goetia and Ars Paulina. Most of the spirits summoned are tied to points on a compass, four Emperors tied to the cardinal points (Carnesiel in the East, Amenadiel in the West, Demoriel in the North and Caspiel in the South), sixteen Dukes tied to cardinal points, inter-cardinal points, additional directions between those. There are an additional eleven Wandering Princes, totaling thirty one spirit leaders who each rule several to a few dozen spirits.

In demonology Corson is one of the four principal kings that have power on the seventy-two demons supposedly constrained by King Solomon (according to the Lesser Key of Solomon), and is not to be conjured except on great occasions.

He is the king of the west according to some translations of The Lesser Key of Solomon and king of the south according to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum. The other three kings are Amaymon, Ziminiar and Gaap (although some translations of The Lesser Key of Solomon consider Belial, Beleth, Asmodai and Gaap to be the kings of different cardinal directions, not giving detail on the cardinal point they rule).

"During The Time Of Judgment, The Next Horseman Shuts Down The System And Restarts It Clean And Fresh For Everyone To Be Assigned To Their Proper Places And For All Things To Be Distributed And Redistributed Properly. Each Of The Higher Powers, Authorities And Even The Envious Are Judged After The Extraction Process And Injected Back Into Place Where They Best Belong In Order To Upgrade And Update The System To Its Greatest Possible Potential Without Having To Worry About The Period Or Time It Will Take For It To Occur. This Allows For A Systematic Time Shift That Will Always Go To The Greatest Possible Outcome Based On The Settings Provided, Even If The Settings Limit The Full Capacity Of The Potential Outcomes Of The System." - Law

I. "Corson Is The King Of The West And The White Horseman That Has Control Over Conquest And Pestilence, Which Gives Him Dominion Over All Of The Servants And Slaves -- Especially The 72 Demons And Demon Lords."

II. "Corson Knows How All Of The Ranks Of The System Functions As Well As How To Keep The System Operational, And So Can Both Start The System Or End The System And Reset The System At Leisure, But Is Only At His Most Maximum Value And Potential When The System Has Actually Finished A Process Or Completed An Algorithm Fully."

III. "Corson Revives Demon Lords Through The Devil System And Keeps The Law Of The Demon Lords Continuing Through Bael, And Can Serve As Bael In Place Of Baal Without Being Baal, Yet Being Part Of Baal Only For This Function Or Feature As A Mechanism."

IV. "Corson Can Also Name Positions Or Points That Are Similar To His Task Over The Entire System Within The System, Giving People Greater Power Over Others Just By Being Able To Have Direct Systematic Influence, But Only To Lesser Or More Limited Degrees Than He, Himself, Who Has Control Over Whether The System Is Off Or On At Any Given Time."

Note: "Corson Can Cause The System To Shutdown, Meltdown, Collapse, Recover OR Anything Else Necessary And Teach Others To Do So In Case There Are Flaws That Must Be Dealt With From The Inside Out Manually." - Manual Overwrite (Master Control)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sun Mar 11, 2018 6:25 pm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ziminiar

The demons are described as being commanded by four kings of the cardinal directions: Amaymon (East), Corson (West), Ziminiar (North), and Gaap (South). A footnote in one variant edition instead lists them as Oriens or Uriens, Paymon or Paymonia, Ariton or Egyn, and Amaymon or Amaimon, alternatively known as Samael, Azazel, Azael, and Mahazael (purportedly their preferred rabbinic names).[10] Agrippa's Occult Philosophy lists the kings of the cardinal directions as Urieus (East), Amaymon (South), Paymon (West), and Egin (North); again providing the alternate names Samuel (i.e. Samael), Azazel, Azael, and Mahazuel. The Magical Calendar lists them as Bael, Moymon, Poymon, and Egin,[11][12] though Peterson notes that some variant editions instead list '"Asmodel in the East, Amaymon in the South, Paymon in the West, and Aegym in the North"; "Oriens, Paymon, Egyn, and Amaymon"; or "Amodeo [sic] (king of the East), Paymon (king of the West), Egion (king of the North), and Maimon."'[11]

Ars Theurgia Goetia[edit]
The Ars Theurgia Goetia mostly derives from Trithemius's Steganographia, though the seals and order for the spirits are different due to corrupted transmission via manuscript.[5][13] Rituals not found in Steganographia were added, in some ways conflicting with similar rituals found in the Ars Goetia and Ars Paulina. Most of the spirits summoned are tied to points on a compass, four Emperors tied to the cardinal points (Carnesiel in the East, Amenadiel in the West, Demoriel in the North and Caspiel in the South), sixteen Dukes tied to cardinal points, inter-cardinal points, additional directions between those. There are an additional eleven Wandering Princes, totaling thirty one spirit leaders who each rule several to a few dozen spirits.

In demonology Ziminiar or Zymymar is one of the four principal kings that have power on the seventy-two demons supposedly constrained by King Solomon[1] (according to the Lesser Key of Solomon), and is not to be conjured except on great occasions. The other three kings are Amaymon, Corson and Gaap (although some translations of The Lesser Key of Solomon consider Belial, Beleth, Asmodai and Gaap, not giving detail on the cardinal point they rule).

He is the king of the north according both to The Lesser Key of Solomon and Pseudomonarchia Daemonum.

"After The Four Kings Are Established, Master Control And Manual Control Along With Manual Overwrite And Prime Order Are Established For The Person Who Is God Via The Four Faces, Which Are The Four Corners Of The Earth. The New God With His New System Uses The Key Of David To Unlock The System Or To Lock It Up As Seen Fit From His Position As King Of Kings And Lord Of Lords. The System Becomes His Beast And His Only Downfall Is A Whore Of Babylon, Which He Can Also Conquer In Order To Capture Other Systems That Have Them Sitting On The Thrones Of Kings Or Of God. This Ensures The Perpetuity Of Purgatory, The Absolute Deadline Of Limbo, The Perfect Imperfections And Imperfect Perfections Of The Devil And The System As Well As The Law Of God About Sacrifice, Falling, Descent, Degeneration, Decay And All That Comes Of It -- Especially True Envy And Prime Envy, All The Way Down To The Least Of The Invidiads. All Of This Is Considered A Refinement Process To Burn Up Everything That Lives Here Which Is Unholy, Ungodly, Demonic, Evil Or Generally Sinful In Some Way, Shape Or Form. Thus, The Kingdom Of Hell And The Mystery Of The Devil." - 7th Plague

I. "Ziminiar Is The King Of The North, And Is Considered The Pale Horseman."

II. "Ziminiar Is One Who Works For Solomon And Is Meant To Destroy Or Shutdown Systems Along With The Other 4 Kings At Their Primary Points Of Weakness."

III. "Ziminiar Can Be Considered What The Master Or Manual Operation Of Master Control Would Be In Any Type Or Form Of System."

IV. "Solomon Is Able To Take Command Of Any System And Cause Any System To Become Mount Zion Or Sustain An Armageddon Based On The Copying Of The Design Of The City Of David Via The Key Of David -- The Morning Star."

Note: "Solomon Is The Key Of David For Mount Zion And The Entire Choir." - Hellgate (Skeleton Key)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Thu Mar 15, 2018 6:55 am

Ophiuchus: "Now That The City Of David Has Been Established Through Solomon And The Demon System, The First Thing To Do After Rising To The Top Is To Begin To Issue Out The Orders For The System As The Baal/Bael Of It, From The Top Down. Remember That Jesus Is The Morning Star And The Key Of David, Which Means He Is Both Lucifer And Also Helel, King Of Babylon And The City Of David. This Was All Done So That Others Would Attempt To Copy The System In Its Defective State, As Well As Build Up Nations And Cities Based On It Whilst It Was Still Incomplete. This Makes Them All More Susceptible And Vulnerable To The Economic Collapse That Comes From Any Type Of Faulty, Flawed Or Glitched System; Of Which Are The Devil. The Greatest Importance Was To Get To The Top To Learn How It All Functioned, As Well As To Bridge A Gap Between The Poor And The Rich, In Order To See How They Are Honored And Rewarded In A Demonic Society And System. To Complete And Note The System Means Understanding What Has Caused Society To Become What It Is, Why It Takes On The Form It Does, And Why It Operates In The Fashion That It Does Based On The Design From Over 2,000 Years Ago That Promotes Lawless And Cutthroat Behavior Within Positions Of Power, Honor Or Glory -- Even In The Clergy."
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Thu Mar 15, 2018 6:59 am

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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Thu Mar 15, 2018 7:19 am

='TATARI'=
Baal: "Fortuitously, He Who Is God Over And Married To Bael, Baal -- Which Functions On Its Own In A Similar Fashion To How The Covenant And Contractor 'Berith' Does With 'Belial', Except Only With Itself And The System -- Must Issue Out Commands From The Highest Point In The System (God Most High) And Reset The System Manually As An Independent Being That Stands Alone As The God Of The Entire Created System. This Is Known As 'Manual Overwrite.' The First Order In Order To Maintain The Built Up And/Or Usurped System Is To Command Those That Establish The System From The Top Down Instead Of From The Bottom Up, As It Was Done To Even Reach The Point Of 'Baal' Through 'Bael' As A System Mechanic."
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Thu Mar 15, 2018 4:46 pm

Analog: "Because The Very Last Great King That Is Sent Out -- Who Is One Of The Four Horseman -- Is The 'Master Control' Unit That Establishes And Maintains 'Master Control' For 'Baal' Using 'Bael', That Very Same Piece Is The First Unit That Is Sent Back Out In Order For Baal To Retain Control Over The Entirety Of The System As 'Bael' Starting From The Top Down. Therefore, Ziminiar, The King Of The North, Who Identifies With Archangel Gabriel, Is Sent Forth For Baal Through Bael. All Nations That Are Captivated By The Devil System Or That Are Integrated With It (As If Fornicating With It) Are Immediately Raped Via Immediate Seizure And Complete Rapture Through The Actual System, Itself, And Its Actual Functionality Once It Is Linked To Any Type Of Government Or System. All Lost Or Infected Nations Become One Nation Under The Baal Of Bael."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ziminiar

The demons are described as being commanded by four kings of the cardinal directions: Amaymon (East), Corson (West), Ziminiar (North), and Gaap (South). A footnote in one variant edition instead lists them as Oriens or Uriens, Paymon or Paymonia, Ariton or Egyn, and Amaymon or Amaimon, alternatively known as Samael, Azazel, Azael, and Mahazael (purportedly their preferred rabbinic names).[10] Agrippa's Occult Philosophy lists the kings of the cardinal directions as Urieus (East), Amaymon (South), Paymon (West), and Egin (North); again providing the alternate names Samuel (i.e. Samael), Azazel, Azael, and Mahazuel. The Magical Calendar lists them as Bael, Moymon, Poymon, and Egin,[11][12] though Peterson notes that some variant editions instead list '"Asmodel in the East, Amaymon in the South, Paymon in the West, and Aegym in the North"; "Oriens, Paymon, Egyn, and Amaymon"; or "Amodeo [sic] (king of the East), Paymon (king of the West), Egion (king of the North), and Maimon."'[11]

Ars Theurgia Goetia[edit]
The Ars Theurgia Goetia mostly derives from Trithemius's Steganographia, though the seals and order for the spirits are different due to corrupted transmission via manuscript.[5][13] Rituals not found in Steganographia were added, in some ways conflicting with similar rituals found in the Ars Goetia and Ars Paulina. Most of the spirits summoned are tied to points on a compass, four Emperors tied to the cardinal points (Carnesiel in the East, Amenadiel in the West, Demoriel in the North and Caspiel in the South), sixteen Dukes tied to cardinal points, inter-cardinal points, additional directions between those. There are an additional eleven Wandering Princes, totaling thirty one spirit leaders who each rule several to a few dozen spirits.

In demonology Ziminiar or Zymymar is one of the four principal kings that have power on the seventy-two demons supposedly constrained by King Solomon[1] (according to the Lesser Key of Solomon), and is not to be conjured except on great occasions. The other three kings are Amaymon, Corson and Gaap (although some translations of The Lesser Key of Solomon consider Belial, Beleth, Asmodai and Gaap, not giving detail on the cardinal point they rule).

He is the king of the north according both to The Lesser Key of Solomon and Pseudomonarchia Daemonum.

I. "Ziminiar Is The King Of The North, And Is Considered The Pale Horseman."

II. "Ziminiar Is One Who Works For Solomon And Is Meant To Destroy Or Shutdown Systems Along With The Other 4 Kings At Their Primary Points Of Weakness."

III. "Ziminiar Can Be Considered What The Master Or Manual Operation Of Master Control Would Be In Any Type Or Form Of System."

IV. "Solomon Is Able To Take Command Of Any System And Cause Any System To Become Mount Zion Or Sustain An Armageddon Based On The Copying Of The Design Of The City Of David Via The Key Of David -- The Morning Star."

Note: "Solomon Is The Key Of David For Mount Zion And The Entire Choir." - Hellgate (Skeleton Key)
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Sat Mar 17, 2018 5:04 pm

TATARI: "Once It Is Clear That The 'Master Control' Is Established Over The System And You Are Both At The Highest Point And In Manual Control Of And Over The 'Master Control' Of 'Bael' -- Ziminiar -- Baal Must Use 'Ziminiar' To Awaken The 'Manual Overwrite' Protocol From The Previous Horseman (Corson), Which Is Over The West. Each Of Those Who Make Up The System Of Hell Are Sorted Out By Their Standardized Placement In The Nine Choirs Of The Seventy Two. They Are Ordered Into Their Correct Spots And Paid To Stand There And Do Their Jobs Exactly As They Are Commanded, Exactly As David Did To The Original City Of David When He Established The Temple Himself The First Time. This Is Because Of The 'Bael' System Being Issued From The Top-Down Rather Than The Bottom-Up Because It Has Been Sorted Out Already From The Bottom-Up (Which Also Resolves Other Similar Issues That Apply)."
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PostSubject: Re: Feast Of Fools   Thu Jun 07, 2018 5:24 pm

TATARI: "The First King Of The Four Corners, Who Is Considered To Be The 'Master Control' Of The System, Sets up The 72 Of The Bael System Under Baal In Order From 1-72. However, Because Of The Nature Of The System As Well As Those Who Would Seek To Copy It, There Is Another King -- The King Of The West Corner -- Who Is Tasked With Setting The System Up From The Bottom Up, From 72-1. This Is For Preservation Purposes, In Case Others Seek To Build Up The Bael System From The Bottom Up (As In, From The Underground) Rather Than The Top-Down, As It Was Made And Maintained. This Is Also Because It Is Easier For People Who Are At The Bottom To Structure The System Under The Noses Of Others During Their Uprising, And That Is To Be Considered When Dealing With The Ones Who Can Set It Up From The Top-Down." - Manual Overwrite

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corson_(demon)

The demons are described as being commanded by four kings of the cardinal directions: Amaymon (East), Corson (West), Ziminiar (North), and Gaap (South). A footnote in one variant edition instead lists them as Oriens or Uriens, Paymon or Paymonia, Ariton or Egyn, and Amaymon or Amaimon, alternatively known as Samael, Azazel, Azael, and Mahazael (purportedly their preferred rabbinic names).[10] Agrippa's Occult Philosophy lists the kings of the cardinal directions as Urieus (East), Amaymon (South), Paymon (West), and Egin (North); again providing the alternate names Samuel (i.e. Samael), Azazel, Azael, and Mahazuel. The Magical Calendar lists them as Bael, Moymon, Poymon, and Egin,[11][12] though Peterson notes that some variant editions instead list '"Asmodel in the East, Amaymon in the South, Paymon in the West, and Aegym in the North"; "Oriens, Paymon, Egyn, and Amaymon"; or "Amodeo [sic] (king of the East), Paymon (king of the West), Egion (king of the North), and Maimon."'[11]

Ars Theurgia Goetia[edit]
The Ars Theurgia Goetia mostly derives from Trithemius's Steganographia, though the seals and order for the spirits are different due to corrupted transmission via manuscript.[5][13] Rituals not found in Steganographia were added, in some ways conflicting with similar rituals found in the Ars Goetia and Ars Paulina. Most of the spirits summoned are tied to points on a compass, four Emperors tied to the cardinal points (Carnesiel in the East, Amenadiel in the West, Demoriel in the North and Caspiel in the South), sixteen Dukes tied to cardinal points, inter-cardinal points, additional directions between those. There are an additional eleven Wandering Princes, totaling thirty one spirit leaders who each rule several to a few dozen spirits.

In demonology Corson is one of the four principal kings that have power on the seventy-two demons supposedly constrained by King Solomon (according to the Lesser Key of Solomon), and is not to be conjured except on great occasions.

He is the king of the west according to some translations of The Lesser Key of Solomon and king of the south according to Pseudomonarchia Daemonum. The other three kings are Amaymon, Ziminiar and Gaap (although some translations of The Lesser Key of Solomon consider Belial, Beleth, Asmodai and Gaap to be the kings of different cardinal directions, not giving detail on the cardinal point they rule).

I. "Corson Is The King Of The West And The White Horseman That Has Control Over Conquest And Pestilence, Which Gives Him Dominion Over All Of The Servants And Slaves -- Especially The 72 Demons And Demon Lords."

II. "Corson Knows How All Of The Ranks Of The System Functions As Well As How To Keep The System Operational, And So Can Both Start The System Or End The System And Reset The System At Leisure, But Is Only At His Most Maximum Value And Potential When The System Has Actually Finished A Process Or Completed An Algorithm Fully."

III. "Corson Revives Demon Lords Through The Devil System And Keeps The Law Of The Demon Lords Continuing Through Bael, And Can Serve As Bael In Place Of Baal Without Being Baal, Yet Being Part Of Baal Only For This Function Or Feature As A Mechanism."

IV. "Corson Can Also Name Positions Or Points That Are Similar To His Task Over The Entire System Within The System, Giving People Greater Power Over Others Just By Being Able To Have Direct Systematic Influence, But Only To Lesser Or More Limited Degrees Than He, Himself, Who Has Control Over Whether The System Is Off Or On At Any Given Time."

Note: "Corson Can Cause The System To Shutdown, Meltdown, Collapse, Recover OR Anything Else Necessary And Teach Others To Do So In Case There Are Flaws That Must Be Dealt With From The Inside Out Manually." - Manual Overwrite (Master Control)
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