Modern Magick: List of Demons of the Goetia

The demons of modern magick began with demonology classifications by Johann Wier in the mid-1500s, with Collin de Plancy’s illustrated Dictionnaire Infernal in 1863, and with a 17th century grimoire called the Goetia. Golden Dawn member, SL MacGregor Mathers, translated and compiled the list of Goetic demons in 1904. Below are four key books on demons and demonology from the late 16th century to 20th century.

Pseudomonarchia daemonum (1583) -Reginald Scot's translation of Johann Wier's text
Dictionnaire Infernal (1863) - Collin de Plancy's book of demons & illustrations
Abramelin The Mage (1898) - 15th century Hebrew work offering a hierarchy of demons
Goetic Demons (1904) - Mather's translation of the Lesser Key of Solomon the King

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Zepar's Goetic Seal

Zepar is the 16th spirit, a great Duke, who causes women to fall in love with men.


Zagan's Goetic Seal

Zagon is the 61st spirit, a great King and President, who appears in the form of a bull with gryphon wings.


Volac - Dictionnaire Infernal

Volac is high-president of hell and commands 30 legions. He tells of the positions of the planets and where to find serpents.


Vine's Goetic Seal

Vine is the 45th spirit, a great King and Earl who appears in the form of a lion.


Vepar's Goetic Seal

Vepar is the 42nd spirit, a great Duke who appears in the form of a mermaid.