View Full Version : Archangel's and Demon's
04-19-2006, 05:20 PM
If anyone has any info about them...please post.I have grown quite fond of angel's amd demon's recently.So please help me out.Or we can just talk about them.:)
04-19-2006, 05:30 PM
How bout this...close enough?
The Flayed One
04-20-2006, 03:36 AM
Go to Amazon and check out this:
It's a great book. Has every angel & demon in it you have heard of, and probably a couple of thousand you haven't. Beware, though, it DOES read like a dictionary. Hence the name, I suppose:p
04-20-2006, 06:07 AM
04-20-2006, 07:19 AM
Fuck Dan Brown!
I know that when I worked in the Hermetic Magical system we called four of the Archangels
Rapheal- Archangel Lord of the Air in the East purveyor of Wisdom dressed in robes of golden orange carried a great staff.
Micheal- Archangel Lord of Fire in the South purveyor of War dressed in robes of fiery crimson had a breast plate of crimson, carried a wicked sword
Gabriel- Archangel Lord of Water in the West purveyor of Love and Visions, wore robes of sea green or blue carried a chalice.
Uriel- Archangle Lord of Earth in the North purveyor of Life and Death, wore robes of green and brown, very grave fellow had very black hair with grey streaks.
I don't mess with Goetica- Demonic magic. I know that demons from different cultures have different rules and follow different patterns than others. That's why I wasn't keen on Blatty using Pazuzu. He was/is a Summerian Demon. Not the kind of guy you'd want to piss off, and not the kind of guy that would possess a twelve year old either. He is a different stock than your Christian demon archetype.
Dante, look up- John Dee You might find some interesting things there.
The Flayed One
04-20-2006, 07:25 AM
Yeah, I was going to suggest some texts like 'The Lesser Keys of Solomon' but I wasn't sure if he wanted that kind of information, though.
Dr. John Dee was indeed an interesting person.
There are other books by the now extinct Trident Press that could do you well if you're interested in the other side of Magicka (demons and the like) They've nicely re-published some older, hard-to-find texts such as Dictionnaire Infernal, Le Grande Grimoire, Grimourium Verum and The Constitution of Honorus (though most people believe the latter to be BS)
Hope that helps.