Listing of Demons
Abacus (ouija board demon)
Abaddon/Apollyon is the king of an army of locusts; Rev 9:11 – whose name in Hebrew Abaddon and then translated in Greek means the Destroyer (Christian demonology)
Abalam / Paimon (Christian demonology)
Abezethibou involved with magic (Testament of Solomon)
Abraxas was also associated with magic and is said to be the source of the familiar term abracadabra.(Gnosticism)
Abyzou a female demon of miscarriages and infant mortality(Jewish mythology)
Adramelech (Assyrian mythology, Christian demonology)
Aeshma “wrath,” “rage,” and “fury (Zoroastrianism)
Agaliarept (Jewish mythology)
Agnan (Demon that torments the Americas by appearances and wickedness, it shows especially in Brazil.)
Agrat bat Mahlat / Igrat / Iggeret is responsible for magic and sickness (Jewish demonology)
Agares He can cause earthquakes and teaches languages, finding pleasure in teaching immoral expressions (Christian demonology) Pic
Agiel (Jewish mythology)
Ahab– The ultimate goal of the Spirit of Ahab is the destruction of God ordained authority and responsibility in the Family and in the Body of Christ, the Church. A spirit of Ahab symbolizes the giving up of authority and the advocating of responsibility.
Ahriman/Angra Mainyu / Ahriman is a destructive spirit responsible for deceptive evil thinking (Zoroastrianism)
Aim/Haborym a spirit of manipulation and a familiar spirit (Christian demonology)
Aka Manah/Akem Manah/Akoman/Akvan is a demon that causes bad mind, bad will and bad acts. (Zoroastrianism)
Ala (Slavic mythology) a female demon of bad weather and is Dragon or Serpent like.
Alal (Chaldean mythology) typically described to be crowned with dark hair, large lustrous eyes and a round doll-like complexion, a sexual demon.
Alastor (Christian demonology) a possessing entity brought on by a curse.
Alloces/Allocer (Christian demonology) induces people to immorality and teaches arts and all astrology. may also induce divination and mysticism.
Alu This demon has no mouth, lips or ears. It roams at night and terrifies people while they sleep. Spirit possession by Alû results in unconsciousness and coma(Akkadian mythology)
Amaymon (Christian demonology) Pic
Amdusias (Christian demonology)
Amy (Christian demonology) Amy is a male demon, and appears as a flame of fire, he seduces in astrologie, and channels familiar spirits.
Anamalech (Assyrian mythology)
Andhaka (Hindu mythology)
Andras sows discord among people and appears as a winged angel with the head of an owl or raven, riding upon a black wolf and wielding a bright sword. (Christian demonology)
Andrealphus is described as a Peacock who raises great noises and teaches astrology, and geometry he is also described as having the ability to turn any man into a bird. (Christian demonology)
Andromalius has the ability to gain information about an object, person, location or physical event, a familiar spirit. (Christian demonology)
Antichrist (Christian demonology)
Anzu / Zu / Imdugud demon behind Psychics and trying to predict the future (Sumerian mythology)
Appolyan / Abaddon-Abaddon is shown as the king of an army of locusts.
Armaros was the eleventh on a list of 20 leaders of a group of 200 fallen angels called Grigori or “Watchers.” in the Book of Enoch. (Jewish demonology)
Aremenia / Al or Hal( demon in the folklore of the Caucasus, Iran, Central Asia, and southern parts of Russia.)
Archon the term archon was used in Gnosticism to refer to several servants of the Demiurge, the “creator god” that stood between the human race and a transcendent God that could only be reached through gnosis. In this context they have the role of the angels and demons of the Old Testament. They give their name to the sect called Archontics. What we normally might call GRAYShttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grey_alien (Gnosticism)
Asag is a monstrous demon, very hideous in his appearance (Sumerian demonology)
Asakku they attack and kill human beings, by means of fevers (Babylonian mythology)
Asb’el (Jewish mythology)
Asclepeion demon involved in healing
Asclepius demons involved in healing
Asmodai/Asmodeus is the demon of lust and is therefore responsible for twisting people’s sexual desires. (Jewish folklore and Christian mythology)
Astaroth Astarte (Ishtar) demon of fertility, love, war, and sex (Christian demonology)
Asura (Hindu mythology)
Azazel / Azaz’el Azazelle /Azariah – Azazel is represented in the Book of Enoch as one of the leaders of the rebellious Watchers in the time preceding the flood; he taught men the art of warfare, of making swords, knives, shields, and coats of mail, and women the art of deception by ornamenting the body, dying the hair, and painting the face and the eyebrows, and also revealed to the people the secrets of witchcraft and corrupted their manners (Jewish demonology)
Azi Dahaka/Dahak is a storm demon from Iranian mythology. He steals cattle and brings harm to humans. It is a snake-like monster with three heads and six eyes (Zoroastrianism)
Baal/Bael (Christian demonology) Ba’al-Hamon (Ugaritic demonology)(“Ruler of a Crowd or Multitude”) Chief god of Carthage. He was a deity of sky and vegetation, depicted as a bearded older man with curling ram’s horns. Baʿal Hammon’s female cult partner was Tanit.
Babopy – Abortion demon or homosexual spirit.
Bakaneka / Bakeneko (Japanese folklore), refers to cat yōkai (spiritual beings) with supernatural abilities akin to those of the kitsune (fox) or tanuki (raccoon dog) animal spirits.
Balam (Christian demonology)Balam is depicted as being three-headed. One head is the head of a bull, the second of a man, and the third of a ram. He has flaming eyes and the tail of a serpent. He carries a hawk on his fist and rides a strong bear. At other times he is represented as a naked man riding a bear.
Balberith (Jewish demonology) According to the Book of Judges, his temple was destroyed when Abimelech quelled the rising of his subjects.The name denotes a form of Ba’al-worship prevailing in Israel, according to the Book of Judges. Tempts men to blasphemy and murder.
Bali Raj/ Bali or Māveli (Hindu mythology)
Banshee (Irish mythology) woman of the fairy mounds is a female spirit in Irish mythology, usually seen as an omen of death and a messenger from the underworld.
Baphomet (Christian folklore) Pic
Barbas (Christian demonology) Demon of Fear
Barbatos (Christian demonology)Pic
Barron (Catholic demonology) Pic
Bathin/Mathim/Bathym/Marthim (Christian demonology) Pic
Beball (Christian demonology) Stupid demon
Beelzebub (Jewish demonology, Christian demonology)Pic
Behemoth (Jewish demonology) Pic the name has come to be used for any extremely large or powerful entity.
Belial /Belisle (Jewish demonology, Christian demonology) Pic
Beleth (Christian demonology)Pic
Belphegor (Christian demonology) Pic
Berith/Beherit (Phoenician mythology, Christian demonology) Bhairava Pic
Bifrons (Christian demonology) Pic
Boruta (Slavic mythology) Pic
Botis (Christian demonology)Pic
Buer (Christian demonology)Pic
Bukavac (Slavic mythology) Pic
Bune (Christian mythology) Pic
Bushyasta (Zoroastrianism) Pic
Cain/Caim Pic Cali Pic
Carabia (Christian demonology)He is depicted as appearing as a pentagram star, changing into a man under the conjurer’s request
Charun (Etruscan mythology)Pic In Etruscan mythology, Charun (also spelled Charu, or Karun) acted as one of the psychopompoi of the underworld (not to be confused with the lord of the underworld, known to the Etruscans as Aita). He is often portrayed with Vanth, a winged goddess also associated with the underworld.
Chemosh (Moabite) Pic In the Hebrew Bible, Chemosh was the god of the Moabites
Choronzon (Thelema) Pic Thelemites believe that if he is met with proper preparation, then his function is to destroy the ego, which allows the adept to move beyond the Abyss of occult cosmology.
Cimejes/Kimaris/Cimeies (Christian demonology) Pic A demon warrior riding a black horse, and possesses the abilities of locating lost or hidden treasures, teaching trivium (grammar, logic and rhetoric) and making a man into a warrior of his own likeness.
Corson (Christian demonology)Pic In demonology Corson is one of the four principal kings that have power on the seventy-two demons supposedly constrained by King Solomon
Crocell/Procell (Christian demonology) Pic In demonology, Crocell (also called Crokel or Procell) is the 49th spirit of the Goetia, manifesting as an angel with a tendency to speak in dark and mysterious sayings
Culsu (Etruscan mythology)Culsu is a Etruscan goddess associated with gateways and death. She appears as a topless winged woman carrying a torch and scissors
Daeva (Zoroastrianism demonology) Pic A demon entity with disagreeable characteristics. In the Gathas, the oldest texts of the Zoroastrian canon, the daevas are “wrong gods” or “false gods” or “gods that are (to be) rejected”.
Dai Ko Mio (Principal demon ruler of Reiki. Also known as a Reiki master spirit who is summoned to open and connect someone to Reiki as a Reiki channel during Reiki initiations. Its symbol is the Phoenix )
Dagon (Semitic mythology) Pic Dagon was originally an East Semitic Mesopotamian (Akkadian, Assyrian, Babylonian) fertility god who evolved into a major Northwest Semitic god. The fish demon.
Dajjal (Islamic demonology)Pic He is to appear pretending to be the Messiah.
Dantalion (Christian demonology)Pic He teaches all arts and sciences, and also declares the secret counsel of anyone, given that he knows the thoughts of all people and can change them at his will. He can also cause love and show the similitude of any person, show the same by means of a vision, and let them be in any part of the world they will.
Danjal (Jewish mythology) A fallen angel.
Decarabia (Christian demonology) Pic He appears as a pentagram star, although he will take the form of a man if the conjurer requests it. He knows the properties and values of all herbs and precious stones, and can transform into any type of bird to sing and fly for his conjurer, sometimes acting as his animal familiar.
Demiurge (Gnosticism) Pic Fallen Angel, Archon
Demogorgon (Christian demonology) Pic demon, associated with the underworld and envisaged as a powerful primordial being, whose very name had been taboo.
Diablo demon in a game.
Div-e Sepid (Persian mythology) Pic is the chieftain of the Persian Demons
Drekavac (Slavic mythology) called drek and drekalo is a mythical creature in south Slavic mythology. Literally “the screamer” It is like a dog or fox, but with hind legs similar to a kangaroo.
Dzoavits (Native American mythology)Pic was a demon or ogre from Shoshonean mythology who stole the sun and kidnapped children. He is associated with volcanism and cannibalism.
Eldonna- Incubus and succubus: perverted sexual demons
Eligor (Christian demonology) Pic He discovers hidden things and knows the future of wars and how soldiers should meet.
Eisheth (Jewish demonology) Pic Woman of Whoredom
Eblis (Islamic demonology) A fallen Angel
Ethismus ( Jewish demonology) Demon of infirmity
Focalor (Christian demonology) Focalor appears in the form of a man with a griffin’s wings, kills men, drowns them, and overthrows warships;
Foras/Forcas/Forras/ (Christian demonology)He teaches the virtues of all herbs and precious stones, can make a man witty, eloquent, invisible (invincible according to some authors), and live long, and can discover treasures and recover lost things.
Forneus (Christian demonology) Great Marquis of Hell, and has twenty-nine legions of demons under his rule. He teaches Rhetoric and languages. He is depicted as a great sea monster.
Furcas/Forcas (Christian demonology) Pic Furcas is depicted as a strong old man with white hair and long white beard, who rides a horse while holding a sharp weapon (pitch fork). He teaches Philosophy, Astronomy (Astrology to some authors), Rhetoric, Logic, Chiromancy and Pyromancy.
Furfur (Christian demonology)Pic He is a liar. Furfur causes love between a man and a woman, creates storms, tempests, thunder, lightning, and blasts, and teaches on secret and divine things.
Gaap (Christian demonology) Pic is a goetic demon described in the Lesser Key of Solomon, he has the powers to teach philosophy and liberal arts, make others invisible, steal familiars from other magicians, make men stupid, and carry men between kingdoms;
Gader’el (Jewish demonology)Pic Fallen Angel, he taught the art of cosmetics, the use of weapons and killing blows.
Gaki (Japanese mythology)hungry ghosts
Gamigin (Christian demonology) Pic teaching liberal arts
Ghoul (Arabian and several other mythologies)Pic an evil spirit or phantom, especially one supposed to rob graves and feed on dead bodies.
Glasya-Labolas/Caacrinolaas/Caassimolar/Classyalabolas/Glassia-labolis (Christian demonology) Pic He is the author and captain of manslaughter and bloodshed, tells all things past and to come, knows all sciences, gains the minds and love of friends and foes causing love among them if desired, incites homicides and can make a man invisible.
Gorgon (Greek mythology) Pic three Gorgon sisters, Stheno, Euryale, and Medusa, had snakes for hair, and that they had the power to turn anyone who looked at them to stone
Gremory/Gomory (Christian demonology) Pic He tells all things past, present and future, about hidden treasures, and procures the love of women, young and old, but especially maidens. He is depicted as appearing in the form of a beautiful woman with the crown of a duchess tied around his waist, and riding a camel.
Grigori (Jewish demonology) Watcher Angel
Gualichu (Mapuche mythology) Pic an evil spirit or demon that possessed men.
Guayota (Guanche)in Guanche mythology, was the principal malignant deity. Guayota was said to be represented as a black dog and was accompanied by demons, also in the form of black dogs
Gusion/Gusoin/Gusoyn (Christian demonology) Pic He is depicted as a baboon. He tells all past, present and future thing
Haagenti (Christian demonology) Pic Haagenti is depicted as a big bull with the wings of a griffin, changing into a man under request of the conjurer.
Hat Man – Pic This This demon spirit is the most common seen. It is associated with the following: The Occult -New Age – Witchcraft – Digi’mon – Ouja Boards. Some authors think this is the devil himself.
Hathor (Egyptian Mythology) Pic Hathor is commonly depicted as a cow goddess with horns in which is set a sun disk. An Ancient Egyptian goddess who personified the principles of joy, feminine love, and motherhood
Halphas/Malthus (Christian demonology) Pic He is often depicted in the shape of a stork and incites war.
Haures/Flauros/Flavros/Hauras/Havres (Christian demonology)Commonly people represent him as a humanoid leopard with big claws. Flauros is depicted as a terrible and strong leopard that under request of the conjurer changes into a man with fiery eyes and an awful expression. Flauros can also supposedly be called upon when a mortal wishes to take vengeance on other demons.
Herodeus – Herodotus was more concerned with putting pleasure before knowledge
Hon-Sha-Ze-Sho-Nen (Contacting spirit This is a second Reiki level symbol and spirit, for making contact over any distance to a person or situation)
Horus (Egyptian Mythology)Pic He was most often depicted as a falcon, most likely a lanner or peregrine, or as a man with a falcon head.
Ifrit (Islamic mythology)Pic The Ifrits are in a class of infernal Jinn noted for their strength and cunning
Incubus (Christian demonology, Chaldean mythology, Jewish folklore) Pic A demon who has sex with woman at night and sometimes during the day. Another effect these spirits have on people is causing overwhelming sexual urges in the body. This class of demon is also responsible for sex dreams: those are dreams during which you are engaged in sexual contact or intercourse, or dreams in which your body has a spontaneous orgasm. And one much less obvious manifestation is nightmares – realistic, graphic, heart-stopping nightmares that rob you of sleep and make you awake frightened.
Ipos/Ipes (Christian demonology) Pic He is commonly depicted with the body of an angel with the head of a lion, the tail of a hare, and the feet of a goose, less frequently in the same shape but with the body of a lion, and rarely as a vulture.
Iblis (Islamic demonology)(Satan)
Ishtar / Astarte / Isis demon of fertility, love, war, and sex.
Irritum (Catholic Christian demonology) means “nothingness” Also a spirit of depression
Jeqon fallen Angel
Jezebel (Jewish ) Pic Jezebel became associated with false prophets and lust. WHOREDOM
Jinn (Islamic demonology) Pic In Islamic theology jinn are said to be creatures with free will, made from smokeless fire by Allah as humans were made of clay, among other things.
Jikininki (Japanese mythology) Pic corpses-eating spirits
Juno Caelestis / Neith being a war goddess. Her symbol, found on many ancient stone carvings, appears as a trapezium (trapezoid) closed by a horizontal line at the top and surmounted in the middle by a circle: the horizontal arm is often terminated either by two short upright lines at right angles to it or by hooks
Kabandha/Kabhanda Pic (Hinduism)In Hindu mythology, Kabandha (कबन्ध, Kabandha, lit. “headless torso”) is a Rakshasa (demon)
Kasadya (Jewish demonology) Murder, abortion, is a fallen angel – the smashing of the embryo in the womb so that it may be curshed.
Kokb’ael (Jewish demonology)fallen angel
Kroni (Ayyavazhi demonology) Pic He is the primordial manifestation of evil, and manifests in various forms of evil
Krampus (Germanic-Christian Demonology) Pic is a horned, anthropomorphic figure who is said to punishes children during the Christmas season
Labal a small black demon with demonic energy flowing from his eyes. He is a vampiric demon.
Lastis (Christian demonology)
Legion (Christian demonology)the exorcism of the Gerasene demoniac
Lechies (Slavic demonology) Russian demons that lived in the woods. They had human bodies from the waist up with the horns, ears, and beard of a she-goat. Also involved in kidnapping young women. Leonard – Pic grand-master of the nocturnal orgies of demons, incubus demon.
Leyak (Indonesian mythology) Pic a mythological figure in the form of flying head
Lempo (Finnish mythology)is portrayed in the folklore usually as erratic spirit
Leraje/Leraie (Christian demonology) Pic He causes great battles and disputes
Leviathan (Jewish demonology, Christian demonology) Pic Leviathan is the name of a demon that is talked about throughout the scriptures. His main demonic influence is with spiritual pride.
Louts an uncouth or aggressive drunken spirit.
Lilith (Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology, Jewish folklore) Pic Lilith appears as a night demon in Jewish lore and as a screech owl in Isaiah 34:14
Lucifuge Rofocale (Christian demonology)according to the Grand Grimoire, is the demon in charge of Hell’s government by order of Lucifer.
Malphas (Christian demonology)Pic He builds houses, high towers and strongholds, throws down the buildings of the enemies, can destroy the enemies’ desires or thoughts . He accepts willingly and kindly any sacrifice offered to him.
Mammon (Christian demonology) Pic personified as a false god in the New Testament. tempters and ensnarers
Maricha(Hindu mythology) Pic kidnapping an can assume the form of animals.
Marax/Morax/Foraii (Christian demonology)He teaches Astronomy and all other liberal sciences, and gives good and wise familiars that know the virtues of all herbs and precious stones. He is depicted as a man with the head of a bull.
Marbas (Christian demonology) Pic appeareth in the forme of a mightie lion. He bringeth diseases, and cureth them, he promoteth wisedome, and the knowledge of mechanicall arts, or handicrafts; he changeth men into other shapes,
Massah a weak obscure demon.
Mahamaya – yoga demon.
Majestic – hard rock music demon
Marchosias (Christian demonology)Pic Marsuvius he is depicted as a wolf with gryphon’s. wings and a serpent’s tail, spewing fire from his mouth,
Masih ad-Dajjal/Ad-Dajjal/Dajjal (Islamic eschatology)
Mastema (Jewish demonology)
Mephistopheles (Christian folklore, German folklore) Pic is a demon featured in German folklore. He originally appeared in literature as the demon in the Faust legend, and he has since appeared in other works as a stock character version of Satan.
Merihem (Christian demonology)pestilences and spirits that cause pestilences
Moloch (Christian demonology) Pic idolatry, child sacrifice.
Murmur (Christian demonology) Pic Murmur is depicted as a soldier riding a Vulture or a Griffin, and wearing a ducal crown
Mustafa (Demon Samurai)
Naamah (demon) (Jewish demonology)is a demon described in the Zohar, he causes epilepsy in children.
Naberius/Cerbere/Naberus (Christian demonology) Pic Naberius appears as a three-headed dog or a raven. He teaches the art of gracious living. He is depicted as a crow or a black crane.
Naphula (Christian demonology) Pic appearing in the Form of a. Lion with Gryphon’s Wings. His Office is to make Men Knowing in all Handcrafts and Professions, also in Philosophy, and other Sciences.
Necromancer – a person who practices necromancy; a wizard or magician
Ninurta (Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology)a solar deity. The cult of Ninurta can be traced back to the oldest period of Sumerian history.
Namtar (Sumerian mythology)was the son of Enlil anid Ereshkigal; he was born before his father raped the goddess Ninlil. Namtar was considered responsible for diseases and pests.
Obtala Voodoo, Santeria, Kongo, Macumba, Umbanda, Quimbanda, Candomble, Palo
Olorun Voodoo, Santeria, Kongo, Macumba, Umbanda, Quimbanda, Candomble, Palo
Olodumare Voodoo, Santeria, Kongo, Macumba, Umbanda, Quimbanda, Candomble, Palo
Omnicephus Voodoo, Santeria, Kongo, Macumba, Umbanda, Quimbanda, Candomble, Palo (African Cult) The word “palo” (“stick” in Spanish) was applied to the religion in Cuba due to the use of wooden sticks in the preparation of altars, which were also called “la Nganga”, “el caldero”, or “la prenda”. Priests of Palo are known as “Paleros”, “Ngangeros”, or “Nganguleros”.
Onoskelis (Testament of Solomon)Pic a female demon with a beautiful form. The name is usually associated with the hobgoblin, Empusa, who was able to assume various shapes, however in this case, she is a satyra (female satyr).
Oray Lerajie, Leraie, Leraikha, Leraye, Loray, (Christian demonology) Pic He causes great battles and disputes
Orcus (Roman mythology, later Christian demonology)was a god of the underworld, punisher of broken oaths in Italic and Roman mythology
Orias/Oriax (Christian demonology)He knows and teaches the virtues of the stars and the mansions of the planets (the influence of each planet depending on the astrological sign in which it is in a specific moment and the influence of that sign on an individual depending on how the zodiac was configured at the moment of his/her birth or at the moment of asking a question to the astrologist)
Orishas Voodoo, Santeria, Kongo, Macumba, Umbanda, Quimbanda, Candomble, Palo
Ornias (Testament of Solomon) – According to The Encyclopedia of Angels by Rosemary Guiley, Ornias is a fallen angel who, along with many other demons, had been bound by King Solomon to build his temple. He is described as very troublesome, who inhabits the constellation Aquarius, and who enjoys strangling people born under the sign of Aquarius. Ornias has various abilities attributed to him, such as the gift of prophecy, shapeshifting, and causing physical pain with a mere touch. As a shapeshifter, Ornias can often transform into a lion, a heavenly creature with wings, or a man who likes boys. Ornias was also the demon who revealed to Solomon the existence of the Falling Stars – demons that fly up towards Heaven to overhear God’s plans and fall back to Earth when they become too exhausted, making them look like shooting stars to humans.
Orobas (Christian demonology) Pic he is described as an “oracle” rather than a demon.
Ose (Christian demonology)
Osúún Voodoo, Santeria, Kongo, Macumba, Umbanda, Quimbanda, Candomble, Palo
Ördög (Hungarian mythology)
Oya Voodoo, Santeria, Kongo, Macumba, Umbanda, Quimbanda, Candomble, Palo
Paimon (Christian demonology) Pic gives familiars and binds men to the conjurer’s will.
Park- Demon Lyrics
Pazuzu (Assyrian/Babylonian demon)
Peacock– The Devil worshippers of Iraq
Peri Pic Are said to be winged-like spirits
Perthalus is a horned demon.
Petey comic book demon
Petula gaming demon
Phenex (Christian demonology)Pic He is depicted as a phoenix, which sings sweet notes with the voice of a child, but the conjurer must warn his companions (for he has not to be alone) not to hear them and ask him to put in human shape, which the demon supposedly does after a certain amount of time. Kidnapping spirit
Penemue (Jewish and Christian demonology)is a watcher in Book of Enoch lore and cures stupid men. Fallen Angel.
Philo Deus – evil demon
Phoenos – game demon
Pithius liars and liar spirits
Preta (A ghoulish demon of Buddhist lore)
Pruflas (Christian demonology) Pic He causes men to commit quarrels, discord, and falsehood
Puloman (Hindu demonology) demon in Hindu
Purson/Curson (Christian demonology)Purson is depicted as a man with the face of a lion, carrying a ferocious viper in his hand, and riding a bear, He knows of hidden things, can find treasures, and tells past, present, and future
Python Pic Divination and Witchcraft Python is the spirit of divination which empowers crystal ball readers, palm readers, tarot card readers, etc. to see into the future.
Rah – Sun Demon Usurper
Rahab (Jewish folklore)”harlot” or “prostitute”
Raim – He is depicted as a crow which adopts human form . Kidnapping demon
Raka – Argentina Folk character. Known for being evil. A word used by imp-like demons in Diablo II.
Rakash- shapeshifters comes from Hebrew “acquired”.
Ramael – fallen angel
Raul/Roul – demon in the “sex trade”
Raum (Christian demonology) theft and kidnapping spirit.
Ronove (Christian demonology) Pic He is depicted as a monster holding a staff, without detailing his appearance. He is also described as taker of old souls; often coming to earth to harvest souls of decrepit humans and animals near death.
Rusalka (Slavic mythology) Pic is a water nymph, a female spirit in Slavic mythology.
Rakshasa (Hinduism) Pic is a demonic being from Hindu mythology. Rakshasas are also called maneaters and their is a woman version.
Rangda (Hinduism) Pic is the demon queen of the leyaks in Bali, according to traditional Balinese mythology. Terrifying to behold, she is a child-eater.
Ravan (Hinduism)Pic Rāvaṇa is depicted and described as having ten heads. Idolatry spirit
Reaver (Greek/Roman) Pic magic and divination spirit.
Sabnock (also spelled Sab Nac, Sabnac, Sabnach, Sabnack, Sabnacke, Salmac and Savnock)(Christian demonology) Pic Sabnock is depicted as a soldier with armor and weapons, the head of a lion, and riding a pale horse. He effects war and wounds.
Sei-He-Ki (Guiding spirit … This demon has been encountered during deliverance, with many Reikians)
Saleos (Christian demonology)Pic causes men to love women and women to love men. He is depicted as a gallant and handsome soldier, wearing a ducal crown, and riding a crocodile.
Samael / Samhel (Jewish demonology)Pic fallen archangel in Talmudic and post-Talmudic lore. Demon of death.
Satan (or Shaytan) (Jewish demonology, Christian demonology (Fallen Angel), Islamic demonology)
Salpsan (Apocryphal New Testament, Gospel of Bartholomew) – mentioned briefly as the son of Satan.
Samurai – these demons are seeking to restructure the world to fit their own deviant desires.
Schlitz (Alcoholic demon)
Scox (Christian demonology)Pic (Shax, Chax, Shan, Shass, Shaz) – He takes away the sight, hearing and understanding of people. He is depicted as a stork that speaks with a hoarse but subtle voice; his voice changes into a beautiful one once he entered the magic triangle.
Seir (Christian demonology)It is sometimes used as an alternative term for a goat, a goat demon.
Semyaz (Jewish demonology) fallen angel
Shadow Person / Hat Man Pic The Hat Man also seems to take pleasure in the terror he causes and witnesses have reported the feeling that the Hat Man is somehow feeding off of their fear. The devil himself.
Shangóó Voodoo, Santeria, Kongo, Macumba, Umbanda, Quimbanda, Candomble, Palo
Shax/Chax (Christian demonology) also spelled Chax, Shan, Shass, Shaz, and Scox a Great Marquis of Hell, and has power over 30 legions of demons on evil horses. He takes away the sight, hearing and understanding of any person under the conjurer’s request. He is depicted as a stork that speaks with a hoarse but subtle voice;
Shedim (Jewish folklore)Hebrew word for demons, false gods
Shemal- whore and cross-dressing demon, transvestite demon
She-Man – transvestite demon
Sitri (Christian demonology) Pic Sitri has a strong control over relationships. Some believe that Sitri is the same being as the ancient Egyptian god Seth (aka Set). Seth was the Egyptian god of Chaos and Darkness and was largely believed to be evil. He tricked and murdered others who got in his way .
Sthenno (Greek mythology)in Greek mythology, was the eldest of the Gorgons, vicious female monsters with brass hands, sharp fangs and “hair” made of living venomous snakes. Murder spirit
Stolas/Solas (Christian demonology) Pic teaches astronomy and the knowledge of poisonous plants, herbs. A poisoner demon.
Succubus (Sumerian mythology, Akkadian mythology, Jewish folklore, Christian demonology) Pic A succubus is a female demon or supernatural entity in folklore (traced back to medieval legend) that appears in dreams and takes the form of a woman in order to seduce men, usually through sexual activity. a succubus may or may not appear in dreams and is often depicted as a highly attractive seductress or enchantress; Those in bondage can be free.
Surgat (Christian demonology) House and lock breaking demon.
Stry Pic game demon
Tanit – She was equivalent to the moon-goddess Astarte, and later worshipped in Roman Carthage in her Romanized form as Dea Caelestis, Juno Caelestis or simply Caelestis consort Ba`al Hammon. Astarte (Ishtar) (Ugaritic demonology) Tannin (Jewish demonology)
Tjoko-Rei- (the same as Dai-Ko-Myo Principal demon ruler of Reiki)
Tommyknocker – like a poltergeist but found in tombs and caverns rather than houses
Ukobach (Christian demonology) Pic He is shown with a flaming or red body, large eyes and ears and often a pan full of coals or hot poker.
Uvall (Christian demonology) Pic He gives the love of women, causes friendship between friends and foes, and tells things past, present and to come. Vual is depicted as a dromedary that after a while changes shape into a man, and speaks the Egyptian language, but not perfectly, with a deep voice. He speaketh the Egyptian Tongue
Valac (Christian demonology) Pic Valac is said to give true answers about hidden treasures; he reveals where serpents can be seen, and delivers them harmless to the magician. He is said to appear as a small poor boy with angel wings riding on a two-headed dragon.
Valfor/Malaphar/Malephar (Christian demonology)Pic Known also as “The Duke of Thieves”, Valefor tempts others to steal.
Vapula (Christian demonology) Pic He teaches philosophy, mechanics, and sciences. He is depicted as a griffin-winged lion.
Vassago (Christian demonology) Pic appearing as an angel of light, with the powers of inciting the love of women and revealing hidden treasures. Murderer and vampire-themed cult leader Rod Ferrell used “Vassago” as a “vampire name” and burned a V representing this alias onto his victims.
Vepar (Christian demonology)He governs the waters and guides armoured ships. Vepar is depicted as a mermaid. Vepar can also help a person to levitate, particularly over water, and can cause serious disease, particularly to men at sea
Vine (Christian demonology)Pic This demon is portrayed as a lion holding a snake in his hand and riding a black horse. He can bring down walls and build towers.
Werewolve A human with the ability to shapeshift into a wolf or a hybrid wolf-like creature. See Kurt Kouch for 20th Century testimony in The ABC of the Occult.
Wekufe (Mapuche Mythology) Pic The Wekufe also known as huecufe, wekufü, watuku, huecufu, huecubo, huecubu, huecuvu, huecuve, huecovoe, giiecubu, güecubo, güecugu, uecuvu, güecufu; is an important type of harmful spirit or demon in Mapuche mythology It lies or is deceptive.
Wendigo (Native American Mythology) Pic A Wendigo (also known as windigo, weendigo, windago, windiga, witiko, wihtikow, and numerous other variants including manaha) is a demonic half-beast creature appearing in the legends of the Algonquian peoples along the Atlantic Coast. The creature or spirit could either possess characteristics of a human or a monster that had physically transformed from a person. It is particularly associated with cannibalism.
Whoredoms (Hosea 4:12) (Christian demonology)
Zagan (Christian demonology)-Fallen Angel
Zepar (Christian demonology) – Fallen Angel
Ziminiar (Christian demonology) Pic He is the king of the north
Zozo, Zaza (A Ouija Board Demon) – May take years, but he will begin to speak in the minds of people who have played Ouija Boards driving them crazy.
Abortion – murder
Adultery – fornication and Asmodeus
Alcoholism – generational curse
Anger – molestation
Automatic writing – possession
Bestiality – sleeping with an animal.
Black reptilian creature (small)
Blasphemy – cursing spirit, tormenting spirit.
Bondage – Occult, generational curses
Channeling spirit- ouja board sometimes Zozo.
Chanting devil – false tongues
Cutting – Legion or any strong self harming spirit.
Cat demon- Bakaneka / Bakeneko
Depression – Abortion- sucidal spirit, spirit of torment
Drug Addictions – generational curses.
Dumb spirit – dumb and deaf spirits want speak their names.
Death -Abortion, murder
False personality – demons
Fear of future
Fear of intimacy – she-man, lesbian, fear of man, fears in general.
Fornication – Lust and Asmodus
Gray demon- fallen angels
Infirmity – Lupus
Lack of self-worth
Large-muscular horned demon
Lesbian spirit – spirit of generational sins or abuse. Comes in men always from touchings, woman generally from generational curses.
Lying spirit – goes along with deceiving spirit.
Masturbation – hands and thighs will spasm while these demons are cast out.
Memory loss spirit
Men hater -Lesbian spirit
Mental illness – generational, organic, or demonic or combination of all three.
Mind blocking spirit
Murder – abortion is the most common.
Red-eyed growling demon
Spirit of improper thoughts