Ars Goetia Poetry

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"Seventy two different pieces of poetry from all seventy-two Demons, whom Aleister Crowley is said to have evoked"

The Lesser Key of Solomon or Clavicula Salomonis Regis (the Clavicula Salomonis, or Key of Solomon is an earlier text referring to different material), is an anonymous 17th-century grimoire, and one of the most popular books of demonology. It has also long been widely known as the Lemegeton.

It appeared in the 17th century, but much was taken from texts of the 16th century, including the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, by Johann Weyer, and late-medieval grimoires. Some of the material in the first section, concerning the summoning of demons, dates to the 14th century or earlier.

The first section, called Ars Goetia, contains descriptions of the seventy-two demons that Solomon is said to have evoked and confined in a brass vessel sealed by magic symbols, and that he obliged to work for him. It gives instructions on constructing a similar brass vessel, and using the proper magic formulae to safely call up those demons.

It deals with the evocation of all classes of spirits, evil, indifferent and good; its opening Rites are those of Paimon, Orias, Astaroth and the whole cohort of Infernus. The second part, or Theurgia Goëtia, deals with the spirits of the cardinal points and their inferiors. These are mixed natures, some good and some evil.

The Ars Goetia assigns a rank and a title of nobility to each member of the infernal hierarchy, and gives the demons' "signs they have to pay allegiance to", or seals. The lists of entities in the Ars Goetia correspond (to high but varying degree, often according to edition) with those in Johann Weyer's Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, an appendix appearing in later editions of his De Praestigiis Daemonum, of 1563.

A revised English edition of the Ars Goetia was published in 1904 by magician Aleister Crowley, as The Book of the Goetia of Solomon the King. It serves as a key component of his popular and highly influential system of magick. (Wikipedia)

My poetry and rap lyrics, which were censored by crown court for five years can be found at WritersCafe.org/MrDunne




The 72 Demons on this page are as follows;

"Bael" (Demon #1)
"Agares" (Demon #2)
"Vassago" (Demon #3)
"Samigina" (Demon #4)
"Marbas" (Demon #5)
"Valefor" (Demon #6)
"Amon" (Demon #7)
"Barbatos" (Demon #8)
"Paimon" (Demon #9)
"Buer" (Demon #10)
"Gusion" (Demon #11)
"Sitri" (Demon #12)
"Beleth" (Demon #13)
"Lerie" (Demon #14)
"Eligos" (Demon #15)
"Zepar" (Demon #16)
"Botis (Demon #17)
"Bathin" (Demon #18)
"Sallos" (Demon #19)
"Purson" (Demon #20)
"Morax" (Demon #21)
"Ipos" (Demon #22)
"Aim" (Demon #23)
"Naberius" (Demon #24)
"Glasya-Labolas" (Demon #25)
"Bune" (Demon #26)
"Rovone" (Demon #27)
"Berith" (Demon #28)
"Asteroth" (Demon #29)
"Forneus" (Demon #30)
"Foras" (Demon #31)
"Asmodeus" (Demon #32)
"Gaap" (Demon #33)
"Furfur" (Demon #34)
"Marchosias" (Demon #35)
"Stolas" (Demon #36)
"Phenix" (Demon #37)
"Halphas" (Demon #38)
"Malphas" (Demon #39)
"Raum" (Demon #40)
"Focular" (Demon #41)
"Vepar" (Demon #42)
"Sabnock" (Demon #43)
"Shax" (Demon #44)
"Vine" (Demon #45)
"Bifron" (Demon #46)
"Vual" (Demon #47)
"Haagenti" (Demon #48)
"Crocell" (Demon #49)
"Furcas" (Demon #50)
"Balam" (Demon #51)
"Alloces" (Demon #52)
"Caim" (Demon #53)
"Murmur" (Demon #54)
"Orobas" (Demon #55)
"Gremory" (Demon #56)
"Ose" (Demon #57)
"Amy" (Demon #58)
"Orias" (Demon #59)
"Vapula" (Demon #60)
"Zagan" (Demon #61)
"Volac" (Demon #62)
"Andras" (Demon #63)
"Flauros" (Demon #64)
"Andrealphus" (Demon #65)
"Cimeies" (Demon #66)
"Amdusias" (Demon #67)
"Belial" (Demon #68)
"Decarabia" (Demon #69)
"Seere" (Demon #70)
"Dantalion" (Demon #71)
"Andromalius" (Demon #72)

Copyright 2012 The Elusive Mr Dunne (All rights reserved)


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Posted 3 Years Ago


A pleasure..Thanks as well and have been enjoying the reads~

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Posted 3 Years Ago


I want to take the time to read yours thoroughly, I'll definitely have time this weekend!

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Posted 3 Years Ago


?

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Posted 3 Years Ago


*is curious* Out of all 72, which of them was the easiest for you to write?

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Posted 3 Years Ago


I strangely find your comment interesting

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Posted 3 Years Ago


"Seventy-two pieces of poetry from each of the seventy-two Demons Aleister Crowley is said to have evoked"

(The Elusive Mr Dunne)

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Posted 4 Years Ago


Same to you :)

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Posted 4 Years Ago


Thanks also being a friend, I find your work unique and fascinating.

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Posted 4 Years Ago


Thank you for the friend request. Looking forward to reading your work! :)

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Posted 4 Years Ago


same lol