The Underworld Exposed

If you read the definition of Demonologist it states:

Demonologist:
  • the study of demons or of beliefs about demons.
  • belief in demons.
  • a group of persons or things regarded as evil or pernicious.

 


In other words if they just ‘read a friggen book’, Then they can refer to themselves as a Demonologist.

 

The existance of evil and its demonic deliverers has been pondered since the beginning of time.
There are many views on the subject, as well as many people who have dedicated their lives to demonology.

Their work through the centuries has been agreed upon, argued over and the validity, at times, by some, completely ignored.
Varying religions and cultural backgrounds certainly have affected the information passed down to us by the brilliant researchers, philosophers and historians of centuries past.


Alphonsus de Spina, in 1467, published his Fortalicium Fidei (Fortress of the Faith)

He became a professor at the University of Salamanca and later a bishop of the church.
Considered an authority on all things theological, including demonology.
He concluded that there are ten orderes of demons and that they totalled in the millions.
He categorized the demons as falling into nine specific types.
He also divided them into classes according to what their purposes are.


Johannes Weyer (Weir), another authority in demonic studies, wrote his De Praestigiis Daemonum in the 16th century.

Studying works of such authorities as
Diodorus Siculus of the 1st century and Apaleius of the 2nd century as well as many other notable historians.
Weyer believed that the names of the Demons explained what their intentions and/or duties were to be.


Weyer claimed that the infernal regions had 66 princes that commanded 6,666 legions.
Each legion being comprised of 6,666 Demons or Devils.
These figures explains the well recognized “number of the beast”, 666.
Some Cabalists believe that this is
600 (false religion), 66 (greed) and 6 (this world).

Following the list of the demonic names and ranks are the explanations of the types and orders as De Spina recorded them.

Alphonsus de Spina’s Nine Types of Demon
1. False gods
2. Lying spirits
3. Inquisitors
4. Vengeful
5. Deluding
6. Creators of Tempests
7. Furies
8. Accusers
9. Tempters

De Spina’s Division of Classes

Fates
Poltergeists
Incubi and Succubi
Armies
Familiar spirits
Nightmares
Those produced by intercourse with humans
Those in disguise
Those who assail saints
Those who persuade


Ten Orders of the Demonic

Seraphim

Angels

Principalities

Virtues

Thrones

Cherubim

Domination

Powers

Potentates

Archangels

There is a supposed pattern to their specific lull and peak in activity in our own yearly calendar.

This list is of the Chief entities that are most active during the corresponding months.

January Belial
February Leviathan
March Satan
April Astarte
May Lucifer
June Baalberith
July Beelzebub
August Astaroth
September Thamuz
October Baal
November (unknown)
December Moloch

The ” Lesser Key of Solomon” or the ” Lemegeton“, plays an important role in the history, study of, summoning of and exorcising of demonics.

The First part called “Godetia“, gives the conjurations for 72 different spirits or demons.
It also includes the ranks and the offices held by the Demonic heirarchy.

The Second part
 called “The Urgia Godetia“, deals with the sprits at the cardinal points.


The Third part
 called the “Pauline Art” ( reason unknown), it concerns the spirits of the hours of the days and nights of the Zodiac.


The Fourth part
called “The Almaden“, deals with the ” Quarternary of the Attitude”, or the four other choirs of spirits inhabiting hell.


The Fifth part
and last part of the Key of Solomon is the Book of “Orations and Prayers“, said to have been used by King Solomon himself.

Rita Cabezas, A Latin American controversial Demonologist received much criticism on her work.
The criticism was not in her findings, yet in her means of attaining the information.
She spent some time communicating with those residing in the Infernal regions.
Her work was built, according to her, on the word of the demonic themselves. T
his may have been through conjuration, summonings, channeling or even seance type activitities.
As we are all aware, this was an extremely risky approach.

Rita Cabezas findings were that there were the following six principalities (in spanish):

Damian

Asmodeo
Menguelesh
Arios
Beelzebub
Nosferateus
Under each of these were six govenors for each nation.

Rita Cabezas
 claimed that in
Costa Rica Shiebo, Quiebo, Ameneo, Mephistopheles, Nostrodamus and Azazel reign.

United States Ralphes, Anoritho, Manchester, Apolion, Deviltook, alas and one that remained unnamed reign.

Similiarities in her findings
Apollo = Apollyon.
Asmodeo =Asmodeus.
Ralphes = Raphael

 

 

There are some noted as being demonics that also have a very high reverence as being benign and even maternal/paternal figures
in pagan cultures from past and present.

They are as follows :
Hecate
Kali
Pan
Loki
Lilith
Baphomet

Cultural differences may divide humanity in many ways, That being said, We are unified in our intrigue and in our fear when it comes to the Infernal regions.

Here are some examples of the evil that plagues our other lands.
– Apep (Egypt) Opposer of the sun god Ra. Takes the form of a serpent/crocodile.

- Chernobog (Baltic/Slavic) “The Black God”, rules evil, misfortune, death and night.
– Elathan (Celtic) Domain is the darkness
- Erebus (Greek) Son of Chaos, guardian of the darkness surrounding hell.
– Grand Bois (Hailti) Master of the forest and of night
– Hatu-Atu-Topun (Polynesia) Dangerous female demon specifically at dawn and dusk.
– Ikwaokinyapippilele (Panama) Causes ills of all kinds.

- Lilitu (Hebrew) Ancient female demon connectd with Lilith.
– Manuval (New Guinea) Active only at night, spreading ills, chaos, and the like.
– Mush (Iran) Demon of eclipses and of night.
– Nyx (Greek) Daughter of Chaos, sister to Erebus.
– Oroan (Guyana) Another demon of the eclipse
– Sakarabu (West Africa ) Judge and demon of darkness
– Oni (Japan) Demon that creates and lives in the eye of its tempests.

 

 

Names and Rank in the Infernal Region (alphabetically)

Apollyon (Abaddon) : King of Demons
Abigor
: Horseman with a scepter and lance, commanding 60 legions

Adremelech: Chancellor and High Council of Demons

Aguares : Grand Duke of Eastern region, commanding 30 legions

Alocer : Grand Duke , commanding 36 legions

Amduscius : Grand Duke, commanding 29 legions

Andras : Marquis , commanding 30 legions

Asmodeus (Asmoday) : Head of Casinos, banished to the desert by Raphael

Astaroth : Grand Duke of Western region, Lord Treasurer

Aym : Grand Duke , commanding 26 legions

Ayperos : Prince, commanding 36 legions

Azazel : Standard Bearer of Armies, also known as Satanael.

Baal : Commanding General of the Infernal Armies

Baalberith : Chief Secretary and Archivist (second order demon, Berith)

Balan : Prince

Bearded Demon : Remains nameless to avoid his use in search of the Philosopher’s Stone (King Solomon)

Beelzebub (Beelzebuth) : Prince of the Demons, Lord of the Flies, second only to Satan

Belial : Prince of Trickery, Demon of Sodomy

Belphegor : Demon of Ingenious discoveries and wealth

Buer : Second order demon but commands 50 legions

Caym : Grand President of the Infernal

Charon : Boatman who ferries souls across the river Styx

Chax : Grand Duke

Cresil : Demon of Impurity and slovinliness

Dagon : Baker and member of the House

Eurynomus : Prince who feeds on corpses

Furfur : Count , commanding 26 legions

Geryon : Giant centaur, guards hell

Jezebeth : Demon of Falsehoods

Kasdeya : According to the “Book of Enoch”, the fifth Satan

Kobal : Entertainment Director, patron of Comedy

Leonard : Inspector General of Black Magic and Sorcery

Leviathan : Grand Admiral: androgynous ( Christian myth says he seduced both Adam and Eve)

Lilith : Princess of Hell. ( Hebrew myth is that she is a succubus)

Malphas : Grand President, commanding 40 legions

Mammon : Demon of Avarice

Mastema : Leader of the offspring of fallen angels by humans

Melchom : Treasurer of the House

Mephistopheles : Some versions a servant of Lucifer, others Satan himself

Merihim : Prince of Pestilence

Moloch : Another demon of Hebrew lore

Mullin : Servant of the House of Princes, Lieutenant to Leonard

Murmur : Count, Demon of Music

Naburus : Marquis, connected with Cerberus

Nergal : Chief of Secret Police, second order demon

Nybras : Grand Publisist of Pleasures, inferior

Nysrogh : Chief of the House of Princes, second order demon

Orias : Marquis, Demon of Diabolic Astologers and Diviners

Paymon : Master of Ceremonies

Philatanus : Demon assisting Belial in furthering sodomy and pedophile behaviors

Proserpine : Princess of Hell ( some say, close to Persephone of Pagan traditions)

Pyro : Prince of Falsehoods

Raum : Count, commanding 30 legions

Rimmon : Ambassador from hell to Russia, also known as Damas

Ronwe : Inferior, yet commands 19 legions

Samael : Angel of Death, Prince of Air

Semiazas : Chief of Fallen Angels

Shalbriri : Demon that strikes people blind

Sonneillon : Demon of Hate (Michaelis )

Succorbenoth : Chief Eunuch of the House of Princes, Demon of Gates and Jealousy

Thamuz : Ambassador of hell, Creator of the Holy Inquisition, Inventor of Artillery

Ukobach : Stationary Engineer

Uphir : Demon physician

Valafar : Grand Duke

Verdelet : Master of Ceremonies of the House of Princes

Verin : Demon of Impatience

Vetis : demon who specializes in corrupting and tempting the holy

Xaphan : Stokes the furnace of hell, second order demon

Zaebros : Animal – human combination

Zagan : Demon of Deceit and counterfeiting