What are the Demon Asmodeus Symbol and Sigil?

Seal of Asmodeus Symbol

Asmodeus’ true appearance was that of a wingless, scaled serpent that was hundreds of miles long. He couldn’t interact with other people because of how big his form was. He consequently produced avatars that resembled humans. Everyone, even other devils and demons, were kept in the dark about the whereabouts of his body, and anyone who did was promptly put to death the next day. One of the “seven princes of hell,” the Asmodeus symbol represents a demon whose talent and … Continue reading the article

Angels Killed 100 Of Her Children – Who Is Lilith?


Many people know the story of Adam and Eve and how they came to be in the Garden of Eden. However, most people do not know that Lilith was Adam’s first wife. In many modern religious texts, Lilith is called the serpent. While little is known about her, she holds great importance in history.    The Lilith Portrayed in Folklore In Jewish folklore and mythology, Lilith is a raven-haired demon who often appears nude. She seduces unsuspecting men and uses their … Continue reading the article

Demon Sigils And Seals With The List of 72 Demons Of Solomon In Ars Goetia

the Seal of Bael the Demon King in Black and White

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 … Continue reading the article

Lilith Sigils And Symbols,Their Meaning, Lilith’s Mark In Palm Reading, Sign,Tattoo Designs And Ideas

Lilith Symbol, The Black Dark Moon Lilith Sign in Astrology

Perhaps one of the most interesting characters involved in creation myths, Lilith is a religious figure and a female demon who became a symbol of femininity, courage, strength, rebellion, women’s equality with and independence from men. Lilith is known as the first feminist in the world and there is a good reason for that. According to the Book of Genesis, the first book of the Hebrew Bible, specifically in Genesis 2:22, it is stated that God created Eve from the rib … Continue reading the article