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Name: Demons Version: 200010 Supercedes: 9910 Originated: 9811 This file may be found at: http://www.luckymojo.com/altmagickfaq/demons.html Spelling and format editing has occurred within these posts; some email addresses may be out of date. Spelling and format editing has occurred within these posts; some email addresses may be out of date. The information below is copyright the alt.magick newsgroup. It may be electronically reproduced without profit as long as this copyright notice and any source attributions are preserved. Contact the editor before use for any other purposes. ======================================================================== A LIST OF DEMONS WHO MAY BE SUMMONED Hebrew: 'abaddown - angel of the bottomless [deepest] pit of sheol [abode of the dead] 'atsab - idol [SPOOKY ONE HERE EH?] beliya'al - worthless, ungodly heylel ben shacher - morning or day star [Venus?] son of Dawn, [Roman Lucifer?] rasha' - bad, ungodly, wicked person rasha' yad - hand of the wicked, the wicked one ruwach ra' - foul wind, evil spirit [flatulence?] ruwach sheqer - false or lying spirit ruwach tam'ah- unclean spirit sa'iyr - satyr, goat-demon [I've seen these, basically possessed goats] satan - the adversary [or prosecuting attorney] shed - malignant demon [the worst kind, think about it!] Greek: aggelos abussos - angel of the abyss [Hebrew 'abaddown? Greek apolluon?] aggelos hamartano - angel of sin, bad angel aggelos hepta echo hepta eschatos plege - 7 angels with the 7 final plagues aggelos oxus drepanon - angle with sharp sickle aggelos phos - angel of light [hmm, sometimes light is good, and sometimes bad, hmm?, tie in to roman lucifer?] aggelos satanas - angel of the accuser aggelos tereo arche apoleipo idios oiketerion - angels who guard the chief, but left their station aggelos theristes - reaping angel [lovely, very graphic, aka the grim reaper] akathartos - that which is unclean or foul alexandros - man-defender [obvious to subgenii] antichristos - antichrist [SPOOKY!] antidikos - adversary apistos diastrepho genea - faithless and perverse generation [COOL!] apolluon - apollyon, the destroyer, angel of the abyss archaios ophis - the primeval snake [hmm, phallos?] archon daimonion - chief demon-god, beelzebub? archon exousia aer - chief of the air-force [now this is something to be concerned about!] [MEGA-SPOOKY!] archon toutou kosmos - chief of this world archon manaen - Chief Manaen, member of Herod's court [Government?] babulon megas meter porne bdelugma ge - Babylon the great, mother of whores and abominations of the earth balaam - Mesopotamian prophet balak - a Moabite? basileia merizo - divided kingdom basileus ge - kings of the earth beelzeboul - dung-god, beelzebul, beelzebub [God of Dung, classic!] belial - worthless one, derived from Hebrew beliya'al - worthless, ungodly chi xi stigma - six hundred and sixty six, the number of the beast! daimon - demon [Latin: daemon] daimon pneuma - demon spirits daimonion - demon-god, demon of demons, transcendent demon daimonion akathartos - unclean demon-god daimonion didaskalia - demon-god doctrine [Satanism?] daimonian hepta - seven demon-gods [always with the sevens eh?] daimonion poterion - cup (drink) of the demon-gods daimonion trapeza - table (food) of the demon-gods daimonizomai - demoniac [person or thing possessed by a demon] daimonizomai exerchomai mnemeion - demoniac from the grave diabolos - false accuser, devil diabolos ergon - work of the devil diabolos huios - son of the false accuser diabolos krima - decision of the false accuser diabolos methodeia - path of the false accuser diabolos pagis - trap of the false accuser diabolos pater - father of the false accuser diabolos teknon - children of the false accuser drakon - dragon [Freudian] drakon purrhos - fire-like (red) dragon echthros pas dikaiosune - enemy of all righteousness exousia skotos - the dark force [shades of star wars] gog - antichrist [and you thought those TV-ministers made this up?] hepta phiale thumos theos - seven bowls of the wrath of God huios apeitheia - son of disbelief [atheists?] humenaios - Hymenaeus, an opponent of Christianity, name derived from Humen, the Greek god of weddings [interesting eh?] iezabel - Jezabel, a Tyrian woman, false prophet kataraomai - accursed one kosmokrator shotos toutou aion - world rulers of the era of darkness or shadiness kratos thanatos - vigor of death [nice metaphor!] leukos nephele nephele kathemai homoios huios anthropos echo epi kephale chruseos stephanos cheir oxus drepanon - white cloud and on the cloud sits one like the son of man having on his head a golden crown and in his hand a sharp sickle! [phew!] magog - nation of antichrist, barbarous northern region [Turkey, USSR?] metaschematizo diakonos dikaiosune - disguised ministers of righteousness mnemeion anthropos - man from the grave nikolaites - a Nicolaite, i.e. adherent of Nicolaus, [Santa Claus?] oikia merizo - divided home or household olothreutes - the destroyer orneon miseo - birds of hate pharmakeia - medication, drugs, magic, sorcery, witchcraft pharmakeus, pharmakos - druggist, poisoner, magician, sorcerer pater pseutes - father of lies peirazo - tempter, tester pneuma akathartos - foul wind, evil spirit [greek flatulence?] pneuma alalos - spirit that makes one mute pneuma kophos - spirit that makes one deaf and mute pneuma planos - roving (tramp) spirit [Gypsies?] pneuma puthon - spirit of divination [another attack of pagans or shamans?] pneumatikos poneria epouranios - humanly spirits of depravity in the heavens? [OK, see if you can figure this out?] poneros - hurtful one poneros huios - son of the hurtful one poneros pneuma - hurtful spirit poneros puroo belos - flaming arrows of the hurtful one [missles?] poterion oinos thumos orge - winecup [drink] of wrath and anger pseudoprophetes - false prophet satanas - the accuser, derived from Hebrew satan - the adversary satanas bathos - mystery of the accuser [hmm, ok] satanas katoikeo - accuser's dwelling satanas thessalonike - from Thessalos (a Thessalian) and Thessalonice (Thessalonica, a place in Asia Minor), Satan's throne seleniazomai - moonstruck, lunatic [classic!] sunagoge satanas - synagogue of the accuser theos toutou aion - god of this era therion - dangerous animal, beast therion anabaino abussos - beast that comes up from the abyss therion anabaino thalassa - beast that comes up from the sea therion anabaino ge - beast that comes up from the earth therion charagma e onoma - mark or name of the beast therion kokkinos - scarlet beast therion onoma e arithmos - name or number of the beast [Bar Codes fer sure!] therion therion - wild or beastly beasts [double trouble] © 1996 reficul (email@example.com) and © 1996 Paul Harvey ([email deleted per request]) ------------------------------------------ ADDENDA AND CORRECTIONS TO DEMON LIST firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Harvey) writes: >Hebrew: > >'abaddown - angel of the bottomless [deepest] pit of sheol [abode of the dead] This is sometimes interpreted as "Abaddon", who guards against someone escaping from the abyss. >beliya'al - worthless, ungodly Which may have later become the demon Belial >Greek: > >antidikos - adversary Actually, it literally can mean "one who speaks against"--which is an adversary. >archaios ophis - the primeval snake [hmm, phallos?] Probably not "phallos"--"archaios ophis" literally means "very old snake". >archon exousia aer - chief of the air-force [now this is something to be > concerned about!] [MEGA-SPOOKY!] Actually, "exousia" has a translation which is closer to "that which comes from the essence of" than "force". This would make an "archon exousia aer" the chief of that which comes from the essences of the air. >diabolos - false accuser, devil Interesting, I had thought that, at least in Spanish, "El Diabolo" meant "the double-eater" (who devoured body and soal). Is this a mystical pun? >exousia skotos - the dark force [shades of star wars] Actually, it probably means "that which comes from the essense of 'darkness'". Darkness being only one translation of "skotos". The word also had connotations of uncleaness, feces (from which we get the term scotophilia), etc. © 1996 email@example.com (Bryan J. Maloney) ------------------------------------------ MORE ON DEMON NAMES (Bryan J. Maloney) writes: > firstname.lastname@example.org (Paul Harvey) writes: > > diabolos - false accuser, devil > Interesting, I had thought that, at least in Spanish, "El Diabolo" meant >"the double-eater" (who devoured body and soal). Is this a mystical pun? dia (across) + bolos (throw) is the Greek and Latin derivation of diabolos. Latin word play: di (double) + abolere (abolish). From what I could figure out, the word abolish only comes from Latin, it does not go back to a Greek word and even if there is a word, it is not used in the Biblical texts. So it looks like the double-eater double entendre only applies to Latin and Romance languages. It does have a certain - um, j'ne sais quoi to it. Of course it doesn't really compare to the roma backwards is amor of langue d'Oc. © 1996 email@example.com (Paul Harvey) and © 1996 reficul (firstname.lastname@example.org) ------------------------------------------ THE DEMONS GOG AND MAGOG [and you thought those TV-ministers made this up?] Revelatyions 20:7 (NRSV) When the thousand years are ended, Satan will be released from his prison (8) and will come out to deceive the nations at the four corners of the earth, Gog and Magog, in order to gather them for battle; they are as numerous as the sands of the sea. (From Strong's Concordance) G1136 Gog, gogue; of Heb. or[igin]. H1463 Gog, a symb. name for some future Antichrist: -- Gog. H1463 Gowg, gohg; of uncert[ain]. der[ivation].; Gog, the name of an Isr[aelite]., also of some northern nation:-- Gog. G3098 Magog, mag-ogue'; of Heb. or[igin]. H4031 Magog, a for. nation, i.e. (fig.) an Antichristian party:-- Magog. H4031 Magowg, maw-gogue'; from H1463; Magog, a son of Japheth; also a barbarous northern region:-- Magog. © 1996 email@example.com (Paul Harvey) ================================================================= The information above is copyright the alt.magick newsgroup. It may be electronically reproduced without profit as long as this copyright notice and any source attributions are preserved. Contact the editor before use for any other purposes.The alt.magick FAQ
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