Amy, the 58th spirit, is a President and appears in the form of flaming fire.
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.
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.
Andras, the 63rd spirit, is a great Marquis and has the body of an angel and the head of an owl.
Andrealphus, the 65th spirit, is a Mighty Marquis, appearing at first in the form of a Peacock with great noises.
Andromalius, the 72nd spirit, is an Earl who appears in the form of a man holding a great serpent in his hand.
Over the years, I’ve gotten a lot of angry emails from people unhappy that a certain deity or spirit was listed as a “demon.” Here’s my reply.
Asmodeus, also known as Ashmadia, most likely originated from the Persian Aeshma-deva (“demon of wrath”).
Astaroth, the 29th spirit, is a duke who appears as angel riding a dragon and holding a viper in his left hand.
Azazel is the chief of the Se’irim, or goat-demons, who haunted the desert and to whom most primitive Semitic tribes offered sacrifices.