Our Recommended Demons.

Here is the list of powerful demons that we advise making a pact with. We have also outlined what each demon specialises in assistance with. For example some demons work better at love requirements, some are better at bringing immense wealth opportunties and others are useful for protection etc.

Note that in various religions different names may be used in order to refer to the same demon. Additionally the use of different names for the same demon can simply work as a focus or a submanifestation of a desired particular triat that you seek from the chosen overall demonic entity.


Also known as Helel, Light Bearer, Morning Star. Lucifer is said to be the name of the fallen angel before he was cast down to earth after which he was then known as Satan.


The name Belial was frequently used in the Old Testament as a proper name to refer too and was also used as a name for Satan. Therefore Belial is known as a manifestation of Satan who comes in many forms and has many 'faces'.


Lucifuge Rofocale (Latin: Lucifugus Rofocalus), as stated in the Grand Grimoire, is the demon in charge of Hell's government by order of Lucifer.

Another possibility for the origin of "Rofocal" is intimately connected to the very nature of Lucifuge. As Lucifuge is the reverse of Lucifer (Latin for "light bearer"), so is the name "Rofocal" derived from "Lucifer" reversed – that is, "Reficul".

Therefore possibily another face of Satan but a submanifestation of his entity whom specialises his traits for obtaining wealth and riches.


Paimon also spelt Paymon. King Paimon as he demands to be referred too is more obedient to Lucifer than any other demonic kings are. He is a king of hell who governs 200 legions, half of them from the Angelic Order, and half from the Order of Powers. He typically appears as a man with a woman’s face riding a dromedary, and crowned with a headdress made with precious stones.


Astaroth also known as Ashtaroth, Astarot and Asteroth is the Great Duke of Hell, up within the first hierarchy alongside Beelzebub and Lucifer; it is said that he is part of the evil trinity. He is a male figure most likely named after the Mesopotamian goddess Ishtar.


Beelzebub is a prince of the Seraphim, just below Lucifer. Beelzebub, along with Lucifer and Leviathan were the first three angels to fall.

He is known by believers as one of the seven Grand Princes of Hell. The Dictionnaire Infernal describes Beelzebub as a being capable of flying, known as the "Lord of the Flyers", or the "Lord of the Flies".


Bael or Baal features in 17th century goetic occult writings as one of the seven Princes of Hell.

In this unholy hierarchy, Baal (usually spelt "Bael" in this context; there is a possibility that the two figures/forms aren't actually connected at all) was ranked as the first and principal king in Hell, ruling over the East. It is listed that Baal is a Duke, with sixty-six legions of demons under his command.

Baal was either compared to Satan or considered his main assistant.


Clauneck also spelt Claunech is a powerful demon of riches and is very loved and admired by Lord Lucifer.

He has endless power over earthly riches and he can cause secret or usually hidden, disregarded and forgotten treasures to be found or rediscovered for personal gain. He provides and bestows grand riches to those who make a genuine accepted pact with him.



According to Peter Binsfield, a German bishop; The 7 Princes of Hell are classified as the following:

Lucifer (pride)
Mammon (greed)
Belphegor (sloth)
Asmodeus (lust)
Amon/Satan (wrath)
Leviathan (envy)
Beelzebub (gluttony)



During the 16th century, it was believed that each demon had more strength to accomplish his task and his assigned missions with the help of his legions/assistants during specifically assigned months when their personal powers are at their strongest. This may be due to their planets being aligned at a ceratin time of year for them. The specifics are thought to be the following:

Belial in January
Leviathan in February
Satan in March
Belphegor in April
Lucifer in May
Berith in June
Beelzebub in July
Astaroth in August
Thammuz in September
Baal in October
Asmodai in November
Moloch in December

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