According to Collin de Plancy, Adramelech is a high chancellor of hell who tends to Satan’s wardrobe. He was also the god in 2 Kings 19:36-38 to whom the Sepharvites worshiped through human sacrifice.
Demons are supernatural entities that often cause destruction or harm to humans within popular folklore, literature or religious beliefs. Often, their intent is malevolent, and their actions wreck havoc on undeserving victims. Read articles about demons below.
According to the Dictionnaire Infernal, Nybbas is a demon of hell who manages visions and dreams. He may be associated with the Assyrian and Babylonian god of writing, Nabu.
According to Collin de Plancy’s Dictionnaire Infernal, Yan-gant-y-tan is a demon from Brittany, who wanders the night holding 5 candles on his 5 fingers. Other folklore tales make reference to him as Will-o’-the-Wisp and Jack-o’-Lantern.
When most people think of Seraphim, they think of angels, but earliest usages of the term refer to serpent demons.
With so many types of demons wrecking havoc on human lives, the Babylonians, Assyrians and early Jews concocted numerous ways to deal with their menacing foes. One of their key weapons were in the form of rituals stressing the demon’s name.