In this post we will be providing you with the full list of 72 demons in Ars Goetia book of the Lesser Key of Solomon, an anonymous demonology grimoire also known as Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis or Lemegeton while also examining the demon sigils/seals used to conjure them.
Let us start our list of demons in Ars Goetia with the nine Kings of Hell.
Demon King Bael Sigil/Seal and Symbol
Also mentioned in Pseudomonarchia Daemonum and the Dictionnaire Infernal, King Bael/Baal/Ba’al is one of the nine demon kings in Ars Goetia.
King Bael can turn into a cat, toad or man or appear carrying the three heads of these creatures simultaneously. Bael has the ability to grant invisibility and rules in the East commanding sixty-six legions of demons/infernal spirits.
Here is how the symbol called the sigil/seal of Bael looks like:
Demon King Purson Sigil/Seal and Symbol
Commanding twenty-two legions of demons, Purson is a Great King of Hell in Ars Goetia. He is depicted as a man with the head of a lion carrying a serpent in his hand while riding a bear.
He has the ability to find hidden things like treasures, to tell about the past, present and future and summon familiars of the good kind.
Purson’s seal/sigil is depicted as follows:
Demon King Asmodeus Seal/Sigil and Symbol
Just like Bael, King Asmodeus, also known as Ashmodai, Asmodeus, Asmody and Asmoday, appears with three heads of a man, a bull and ram. He has the tail of a serpent and can breathe fire like a dragon.
It is believed that he also rides a dragon and commands an army of seventy-two legions of demons.
Here is how the Asmodeus Seal/Sigil looks like:
Demon King Paimon Seal/Sigil And Symbol
Also known as Paimonia and Paymon, Paimon is one of the nine demon kings in Ars Goetia.He commands two hundred legions of demons and appears as a man with an effeminate face while riding a camel and wearing a crown.
Paimon is the teacher of sciences, philosophy and arts and is known to have the ability of revealing the mysteries of the Earth.
Paimon’s sigil/seal is as follows:
Demon King Beleth Sigil/Seal And Symbol
Also known as Bilet, Byleth and Bileth, Beleth is a powerful king of Hell commanding eighty-five legions of demons. He is believed to ride a pale warhorse and scare his conjurers when he appears to see if they are brave enough.
Bileth’s sigil/seal is as follows:
Demon King/Earl Vine Sigil/Seal And Symbol
Also known as Viné and Vinea, Vine is both a King and an Earl of Hell commanding thirty-six legions of demons. He appears as a lion with a snake in his hand while riding a black horse. He has the ability to create storms, reveal hidden things and tell the past, present and future just like Purson.
Here is how the seal/sigil of Vine looks like:
Demon King Balaam Seal/Sigil And Symbol
The next King of Hell in our list of demons of Ars Goetia is Balaam. Balaam controls forty legions of demons. Just like Baal he has the ability to grant invisibility. He also makes men witty and like King Asmodeus he has an appearance with the heads of three different creatures; a ram, a bull and a man. He has the tail of a serpent while his flaming eyes are the distinct feature of his appearance. He rides a bear and has a hawk on his hand as his companion.
Balaam’s sigil/seal is depicted like this:
Demon King Zagan Seal/Sigil And Symbol
Also known as Zagam, Zagan is one of the Great Kings of Hell who is also considered a President. Like Balaam we mentioned above, he also has the ability to make men witty.
King Zagan can turn water and blood into wine and wine into water. Pseudomonarchia Daemonum suggests that he has the power to transmute blood into oil and oil into blood as well. He can shape a metal to turn it into coins. Zagan appears as a bull with the wings of a griffin which later turns into a man.
Zagan’s seal/sigil looks as follows:
Demon King Belial Seal/Sigil And Symbol
The last King of Hell in our list of demons in Ars Goetia is Belial. Also known as Baalial, Beliar, Beliel, Belhor and Beliall, Belial is a powerful demon commanding fifty legions of spirits and eighty legions of demons.
It is believed that he was the first demon created after Lucifer. Some sources suggest that Belial was an angel or a cherub that followed Lucifer in his rebellion against God and fell from Heaven with him.
The sigil/seal of Belial is depicted as follows: