Agares Sigil

  1. Agarath Dat Meloth Demon
  2. Agares Ars Goetia

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Agares from Collin de Plancy «Dictionnaire Infernal», Paris, 1863.
Seal of Agares
Agares

Agares (also Agarat, Agaros, or Agarus) is a demon described in demonologicalgrimoires.

Description[edit]

Agares Sigil

Agares is described in grimoires such as the Livre des Esperitz (as Agarat), the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, the Lesser Key of Solomon, and the Dictionnaire Infernal as a duke 'under the power of the east,' an 'old man, riding upon a crocodile, and carrying a hawk on his fist,'[1][note 1] who teaches languages, stops and retrieves runaway persons, causes earthquakes, and grants noble titles.

Legions and standing[edit]

Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis and the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum both list him as the second spirit, and state that he commands 31 legions of demons, while the Livre des Esperitz (which describes him simply as an old man) gives him 36.[2][1][3][4][5]

The Book of the Office of Spirits places him (as Agaros) second under Oriens and describes him as an old man riding a cockatrice, without the hawk.[6]The Grimoire of Pope Honorius (which refers to him as Agarus) is more brief, omitting the crocodile and hawk, and omitting his functions beyond languages and titles.[7] The Grand Grimoire features him as a subordinate of Lucifuge Rofocale.[8] According to Thomas Rudd, Agares is opposed by the Shemhamphorasch angel Jelial.[9][10] Sloane MS 3824 mentions Agares throughout in invocations to summon spirits that guard treasure,[11] and in the 'Experiment of Agares,' meant to draw him into a crystal.[12]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^Peterson's critical edition of the Lemegeton, pages 7-8 reads 'Old man riding upon a Crocodill, very mildly, carrying a goshawke on his fist'

References[edit]

  1. ^ abPseudomonarchia Daemonum (Liber officiorum spirituum); Johann Weyer, ed. Joseph Peterson; 2000. '(2) Agares'
  2. ^Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis: The Lesser Key of Solomon, Detailing the Ceremonial Art of Commanding Spirits Both Good and Evil; ed. Joseph H. Peterson; Weiser Books, Maine; 2001. p.7-10
  3. ^'Les who's who démonologiques de la Renaissance et leurs ancêtres médiévaux' by Jean-Patrice Boudet, Médiévales 44, Spring 2003, (online link).
  4. ^The Goetia of Dr Rudd; Thomas Rudd, Ed. Stephen Skinner & David Rankine; 2007, Golden Hoard Press. p.33
  5. ^Dictionnaire infernal: ou Répertoire universel des êtres, des personnages, Jacques Collin de Plancy, 1853, available on Google Books. P.10-19
  6. ^A Book of the Office of Spirits; John Porter, Trans. Frederick Hockley, Ed. Colin D. Campbell; Teitan Press, 2011. p.20-29
  7. ^The Grimoire of Pope Honorius; Anon, trans. Kineta Ch'ien, ed. James Banner; Trident Press, 1999. p.10-19
  8. ^The Book of Ceremonial Magic, Part II, chapter III, section 1: The Names and Offices of Evil Spirits; Arthur Edward Waite; London, 1913; available online at The Internet Sacred Text Archive, (direct link to section)
  9. ^Rudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine p.408-412
  10. ^Rudd, ed. Skinner & Rankine, p.366-376
  11. ^The Book of Treasure Spirits, Elias Ashmole, ed. David Rankine, Avalonia books, 2009; pp.32-42, 46, 84, 87-90
  12. ^Ashmole, Rankine, p. 145-152
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The Demon Vassago is a Fallen Angel and third of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. Vassago is a prince who has the same nature as Agares. He discerns past, present, and future. He discovers all things lost or hidden. Good-natured, he is invoked in divination rituals. He rules 26 Legions of Demons.

Step by Step Instructions on How to Summon Vassago :


From “The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King” (1904) Written by S.L. MacGregor Mathers

The Third Spirit is a Mighty Prince, being of the same nature as Agares. He is called Vassago. This Spirit is of a Good Nature, and his office is to declare things Past and to Come, and to discover all things Hid or Lost. And he governeth 26 Legions of Spirits, and this is his Seal.

From the Luciferian Goetia ( 2007 ) – Written by Michael Ford

“Vassago is an angelic ruler of the tarot; silently invoked this Prince may produce impulses and initiatory associations via the tarot thus allowing instinct to grow with an association of such tools’ of divination. Vassago is also ideal for the willed divination of future initiation, a Gateway to the Luciferian Realm of Spiritual development. Vassago appears in the black mirror as a wind-rushed robed spirit who is both angel and Demonic shadow, who has many arms and talon-fingers.”

From the “Pseudomonarchia Daemonum” ( 1583 )written by Johann Weyer (Johann Wier)

Sigil

Vassago is not mentioned in the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum

Agares Sigil

From the “Dictionnaire Infernal” (edition of 1863 ) Written by Jacques Auguste Simon Collin de Plancy

Agarath Dat Meloth Demon

We have looked it up but it seems that the Demon Vassago is not mentioned in the Dictionnaire Infernal

Agares Ars Goetia

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