"Bael" (Demon #1)

"Bael" (Demon #1)

A Poem by Ars Goetia Poetry
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King Bael (Baal). The First demon from the 'Ars Goetia'.

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                               "Bael" (Demon #1)

I am Bael from the Goetia, the Egyptian God Osris in disguise/
Escaping from Soloman's bindings, no Humanity shows in my eyes
My Sigil the image of a stick figure, extended crosses in both hands/
My humour is formal religion, designed by angels to entrap all man
Successfully drawing thousands, of angelic followers into my lair/
As a silent attack upon the angels, and three heads is how I appear
As I am Bael the king of the east, the ruler to sixty-six legions/
Emerging from an inverted crown, I am the king of all demons
Many subconscious reasons, why many humans feel an impulse/
They worship me as a spirit, I appear reptillian and my voice is coarse
I can make myself invisible, and summon the invisible upon request/
I am a 'Early human father', the fallen angels architect
My dialect is that of hebrew, but yet very Alien when I appear/
I can appear as a man, a cat or a toad, my cunning reflected here
Definately not the one to trust, but neither the one to blame/
As I represent three elements, of what is the evolved human brain.
 
       Copyright 2012 The Elusive Mr Dunne (All rights reserved)

© 2014 Ars Goetia Poetry



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The first book of the Lesser Keys of Solomon..hmmm.. I to have found inspiration from this extraordinary book..I shall not embark on my personal beliefs but somethings should left alone..because the Human mind is weak....Bael, not a demon to mess with LOL

Posted 5 Years Ago


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Ars Goetia Poetry

5 Years Ago

Lol, do be careful though, they've got this awful habit of not doing what you tell them to, cheeky b.. read more
Marie

5 Years Ago

Well, it's not about summoning a particular demon...just your reguar wish granting demon...
Ars Goetia Poetry

5 Years Ago

I'm not quite sure there is one, but if you find him, do make a wish for me won't you :)



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I am not familiar as to what you are writing about. would you care to enlighten me? its definitely an engaging piece :)

Posted 3 Years Ago


Ars Goetia Poetry

3 Years Ago

The seventy-two demons both Solomon and Aleister Crowley were said to have evoked. Thanks Mishka :)
I have always had an interest in Demons and I must say I like this very much. I think I will be reading more of your work

Posted 3 Years Ago


Ars Goetia Poetry

3 Years Ago

A very interesting subject eh. Thank you :)
I like the creative way you develop these characters. Will continue to read your works.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Ars Goetia Poetry

3 Years Ago

Thanks, dakarai.
Very descriptive and amazing work.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Ars Goetia Poetry

3 Years Ago

Thanks, Tinky :)
Nice! How twisted and conflicted is the human mind.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Ars Goetia Poetry

3 Years Ago

Thank you, FP. How true ;)
I've always been interested in the lesser key of solomon, and I'm currently reading it. I'm glad to see someone paying tribute to the work.

Posted 3 Years Ago


The Elusive Mr Dunne

3 Years Ago

A very interesting subject, isn't it. Apparently I am the first and only ever poet to write about al.. read more
Hypnos

3 Years Ago

Your welcome, and apparently I'm the only one on her to write about the gods.
This poem makes me want to read the rest. Nicely done :)

Posted 3 Years Ago


The Elusive Mr Dunne

3 Years Ago

You won't be disappointed. Thanks, Shaquana :)
This is so interesting and well written.

Posted 3 Years Ago


The Elusive Mr Dunne

3 Years Ago

Thanks, Brittany :)
Well done ;)
I will definitely go through rest of the demons.

Posted 3 Years Ago


The Elusive Mr Dunne

3 Years Ago

Thank you. I very much look forward to your feedback :)
This is an excellent piece i must say as i love to imagine dark and weird things. I dont know much about types of demons or angels but i do imagine a lot like this. Your poem did the same thing. Its an interesting one.There are some lines which i love a lot. Like "I can appear as a man, a cat or a toad, my cunning reflected here". That was good. Because i imagined it and loved it. I have this hardcore love with something that appears in many forms or you can say change of a particular thing in a particular creature. Like chamelion or an amoeba. You have mentioned in one line that the demon appeared as reptilian. I love that. Because i am afraid of reptiles and somehow i connect them with demons because of their swiftness and structure. Most important their tongue :D

Posted 3 Years Ago


The Elusive Mr Dunne

3 Years Ago

Thank you for your interesting feedback, WIT, much appreciated. I'm pleased that you enjoyed this pi.. read more

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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, o.. more..

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