89 of 395 Demon Names for A including Aamon, Abaddon, Abatu, Abdiel, Abduxuel, Abezethibou, Abigar, Abigor, Abraxas, Abyzou.
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Throughout this demon section, you will find various "demons" from all religions in which some may be deemed gods or mythical beings but will be classified as demonology. Here is a demon list with demon pictures that is sorted by demon names. We try to include as many pictures of demons as possible, so if your have verified pictures of a demon, please contact us with the image of the demon along with the demons name.
Huge listing of demonic names, images and bios of demons on this page are of Aamon, Abaddon, Abatu, Abdiel, Abduxuel, Abezethibou, Abigar, Abigor, Abraxas, Abyzou.
(Egyption) Ammon is the Sun God. Much like Lucifer except controls reproduction and life. Also known as Amaymon, Ammon, Amoymon and Amaimon.
(Hebrew) Destroyer, Advisor. Said to be chief of demons. Sometimes regarded as the destroying angel. Abaddon, meaning "a place of destruction", "The Destroyer", "The depths…
An earth bound form of destructive/negative energy in the Order of the Nine Angles. Associated with rites of sacrifice.
(Arabic) from "Abd" meaning slave. Lord of slaves/slavery.
(Enochian) One of the demonic rulers of the lunar mansions.
Abezethibou is a one-winged fallen angel of the Red Sea.
Can fortell future and give military advice.
(Unk) allegedly a warrior demon who commands sixty legions. Weyer names him as a god/king and Grand Duke of Hell. Appears in a pleasant form.…
Demon with the head of a king and snake-like feet, that holds a wip in his hands.
(Jewish) Abyzou is the female demon thought to be responsible for miscarriages, stillbirths, and infant mortality in Jewish mythology. It is believed that this demon…
(Unk) Of the fourth hour of the Nuctemeron, the genius spirit.
(Babylonian, Hittite) god of the storm. Babylonians and Hittites prayed to this god of the storm.
(Babylonian, Hittite) god of the storm.
(Samarian) devil. Commander of Hell. Wierius' chancellor of infernal regions. In Assyria where he was worshipped, children were supposedly burned at his alters.
According to Gustav Davidson, Adramelech means "king of fire" and is one of two throne angels along with Asmadai. He is also 8th of the…
Mansions of the moon among the Enochian demons.
Vampire-like ghost of the people of Ewe from Ghana. He can obsess humans and sucks the blood of little children.
Younger Avestan (formerly known as "Zend" or Old Bactrian, an East Iranian language) name of Zoroactrianism's demon of "wrath", "rage" and "fury". Appearing in middle…
(Arabian) Ghost of the victim of a murder, that returns from the dead to take revenge on the murderer. It appears as smoke at the…
(Hebrew) Commander of armies. Aussi General of hell - Grimoire of Pope Honorius.
(Unk) A known Devil in Christian mythology. Wierius' hierarchy states Agares is the demon of courage. This male demon is said to make "those who…
(Egyptian) a good demon worshipped by the egyptians.
(Unk) Demon of fear.
One of Satan's wives and demoness of wh**es.
the siezer demon of the night.
(Mazdean) devil. Ahremanes was the name given to fallen angels by the Persians.
- Aka Manah
(Iranian) The arch-demon Aka Manah causes bad mind, bad will, and bad acts from Zoroastrian mythology. Aka Manah means "manah made evil" where "manah" translates…
(Iranian) The arch-demon that creates evil. He tries, together with other demons, to destroy Zarathustra.
- Aku Aku
Demons of the Easter-Islands, that scare with their high and annoing voices.
(Slovic/Christian) The demon Ala is found in Pre-Slovic and Slovic mythology, and Christian demonology. Ala demons referred to by the plural name Ale may also…
(Unk) Wierius' cruel demon called "the executioner."
(Egyptian) A demon who causes natural disasters (i.e. floods, hurricanes, tornados, earthquakes).
One of the 72 spirits of Solomon. Also a duke in hell.
(Unk) Grand duke of hell. One of Solomon's 72 spirits.
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Ghost of the mountains in the region of the alps, that roams around because of the sins he has committed, and hunts lonely wonderers, scaring…
(Semitic) Night demon.
Grand Duke of Hades. According to Wierius a demon of music. Fallen angel who appears as a unicorn.
(Hebrew) The destroyer.
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(Egyptian) a female demon mixed being between crocodile, lion, and hippo. It eats the souls that weren't allowed to go to the other world (heaven).
(Egyption) Sun God. Much like Lucifer except controls reproduction and life. Fallen angel who is below the rank of duke of hell and above the…
One of the 72 spirits of Solomon. Said to be supreme president of hell. He will trade knowledge for the human soul.
(Unk) god of quarrels. Grand marquis (below duke and above earl/count) of hell. Appears with a raven head.
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. An infernal Marquis (between duke and earl/count) of hell in the form of a peacock that teaches people…
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. An infermal Marquis in the form of a peacock that teaches people astrology and commands 30 legions.
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. Count of Hell in the form of a man, that punishes thieves and brings back stolen goods. He…
- Angra Mainyu
Evil ghost of torture and pain. He is the personification of the bad and the dark.
The bringer of sorrow, a demonic female Giant of the Edda, that conceived with Loki the Midgard-snake, Hel and Fenris, the wolf.
One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.
Animal-shaped demon of death of the Bretagne that appears to old and sick persons, and is the keeper of the peace of the graves.
(Assyrian) bearer of bad news. An obscure demon. His name means "good king". Some sources claim Anamelech is the moon goddess while Andramalech is the…
(unk) Possessed Sister Barbara of St. Michael in 1643 during the possessions of the nuns at Louviers.
Dark female force in the pantheon of the Order of the Nine Angles. Works of passion and death. The name should be vibrated.
(Iranian) The demon of drought. He is riding a black, hairless horse.
a dwarf-like demon, the personification of mindlessness and glare. He tries to hinder the Hindus from freeing themselves from the circle of reincarnation.
(Greek) Another name for Satan.
Fallen angel of death and the same as Abaddon.
(Egytian) A snake-shaped demon, that lives in the darkness as a gigantic snake and attacks the vehicle of the Sun-God in the morning and in…
- Ardat Lili
(Semitic/Sumerian) A female spirit/demon who weds human beings and wreaks havoc in the dwellings of men. Ardat Lili is a succubus, female demon of the…
Demon of water from medieval times. His origins are in the koptic mythology.
(unk) Demon of vengence. He delivers vengence only when called on.
Fallen angel who can teach the "resolving of enchantments".
(Unk) The demon who possessed Loise de Pinterville during the possession of the nuns at Loudun.
(Sumerian) The Asag demon is a demon that dries out the wells, covers the earth with wounds and distributes his poison over them. The Asag…
The cause of many plagues and pains.
These vampires have hooks for feet and come in three types (male, female, and child). They have iron teeth and dangles its feet down from…
(Phonician)- goddess of lust, seduction. Same as Ishtar. Turned male in christian mythology - Lord Treasurer of Hell. Prince of accusers and inquisitors. Demon of…
Asmoday is the fallen angel king said to appear with three heads: a bull, a ram, and a man.
(Persian) One of seven archangels of the Persians. Adopted later into Hebrew mythology as Asmodeus. Has been recorded in history for at least three thousand…
Jewish being in the form of a snake, being the symbol of evil and stubbornness. One of this creature's ear is clogged with the end…
Astaroth is the mighty Great Duke of Hell. Astaroth is part of the evil trinity and is of the first hierarchy with demon Beelzebub and…
Queen of spirits of the dead.
(Iranian) The demon of death who hunts with Aeshma the souls of the dead.
Aswang, is a female vampire from the Philippinian Islands that appears at daytime as a woman and at night as a flying monster that sucks…
The most powerful of the Dark Gods in the pantheon of the Order of the Nine Angles. The name itself signifies in one sense the…
(Arabian) Terrible vampire that eats women and children.
President of hell that appears in the form of a blazing fire. He discovers treasures and commands 36 legions.
Son of Iblis. Arab demon of laziness.
Demon Aym is a grand duke of hell who commands 26 legions of hell and is his strongest in the middle of July. The demon…
A female demon from Ethiopia. She is the personification of the Evil Stare.
(Unk) Prince of hell. Subordinate in Grimoire of Pope Honorius.
(Iranian) Demon and personification of evil Longings.
Azael is an evil fallen angel who lay with human women.
Mother of all demons who lie waiting in Earth in the pantheon of the Order of the Nine Angles.
Rules all time and space from a black throne at the center of Chaos.
(Hebrew) Azazel, god/demon of war. This demon is also a demon of the desert. He also appears in the form of a billy-goat and is…
Fallen angel whose name means "the strong".
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List of Demons, Devils, Tricksters and other Evil Spirits
This section is a study in the world of perceptions of "evil beings." Throughout these pages, you'll find descriptions of different "demons." I realize that some of these "demons" can be considered gods or mythological beings. I've chosen those I found to demonstrate the trickster archetype or have been described as possessing "evil" traits in a predominant belief system.
Throughout religion, folklore, mythology and occultism, a demon is a supernatural being described as something not quite human. In ancient Near Easter religions and Christian demonology, a demon is believed to be an "unclean spirit" which may cause demonic possession. Therefore, an act of exorcism would be necessary to draw the spirit out. In Western occultism, a demon is a supernatural being with the ability to be conjured and controlled. In literature, many demons were once fallen angels, while others were said to be forged in Hell itself.
Some believe a demon refers to superhuman beings who are not gods. It deals both with good beings who have no worshippers or limited to a rank below the gods, and with evil beings of all kinds. The original sense of "demon," from the time of Homer onward was that of a good being; but in English the name now holds the distaste of evil beings.
Demonology is the study of demons or beliefs about demons. Demons, when regarded as spirits, may belong to either of the classes of spirits recognized as human, non-human, separable souls or discarnate spirits which have never inhabited a body. A sharp distinction is often drawn between these two classes, notably by the Melanesians, the West Africans, and others. The Arab djinn, for example, are not reduced to modified human souls; at the same time these classes are often thought as producing diseases.
Demonology, though often referred to with negative feelings, was not always seen as evil or devilish as the term would have one believe. The word demonology is derived from daimon meaning "divinity, divine power, god."
Some societies believe that all affairs of life are under the control of spirits, each with their own "element" or even object and even themselves in subjection to a greater spirit.
Often souls dwelling in another world are not counted in the demon list. Gods are often not necessarily seen as being entirely spiritual and may come in fleshly bodies. Demons are often seen the same as both spiritual and corporeal. Vampires are often seen as another form of said demons along with incubi and Succubi. Incubi and Succubi have been noted to produce offspring; though often deformed. Belief in demons, demonology, goes back many millennia and may be as old as man andd often older. The Zoroastrian faith teaches that there are 3,333 Demons that live among us and are responsible for such things such as war, starvation, sickness etc.
Believed to take the form of "demons" in many forms of religion are:
Angels in the Christian belief who fell from heaven (grace),
Human souls said to be genii or familiars,
Deceased family members that have continued existence and/or possess the ability to influence the fortune of the living,
Ghosts or other malevolent visible ghost or animated corpse.
Demons in Judaism
The Talmud; the central text of mainstream Judaism which pertains to the Jewish law, ethics, philosophy, customs and history; declares that there are 7,405,926 demons that have been divided into 72 companies. While most people believe Lucifer and Satan are the same being, scholars believe they are in fact separate beings.
Demons are said to have come from many instances including the sins of the Watchers and the Grigori; the fallen angels told of in Biblical apocrypha who mated with human females thus giving rise to a new race known as the Neplilim. The split of Admam and Lilith in which Lilith refused to become subservient to Adam and then would not return to the Garden of Eden after she mated with archangel Samael. Vampires are also mentioned as demons, impure spirits in Jewish folklore known as the dybbuk and wicked humans that have become demons.
At that time the Nephilim appeared on earth (as well as later), after the sons of heaven had intercourse with the daughters of man, who bore them sons. They were the heroes of old, the men of renown.
Demons in Christianity
Christian demonology bases its point of view on the Old and New Testaments presented in the Bible. The critical explanation of these scriptures, as well as the scriptures of early Christian philosophers, tradition and legends incorporated from other beliefs composite the Christian demonology perspective.
Christian authors throughout history have written about demons for many reasons. Witch hunters Jacob Sprenger and Heinrich Kramer wrote about how to identify people involved with demons and the actions to take in dealing with these individuals. Theologian Thomas Aquinas wrote about the demon behaviors Christians should be aware of. Texts were written about how to summon demons in the name of God. Other texts were written categorizing and describing different types of demons complete with names and ranks. These texts were mostly rejected as either diabolical or fictitious by the Christian community.
The modern day writers more like Aquinas explain how demons affect the world and how strong faith in God can lessen or vanquish the damage caused by them. There are still Christian authors who proclaim demons and their human agents are present throughout the world today, although these claims are far from mainstream.
Most Christians don't believe demons exist in the world in the literal sense; rather, many believe the exorcisms in the New Testament describe the healing of what today would be classified as mental illness, epilepsy or other diseases.
Demonology: List of Demons, Devils, Tricksters and other Evil Spirits.
More About Demons
Demon names in this section include dozens of demons found in a variety of myths and traditions from around the globe. Demons are common in the mythology of just about every culture on earth and have been since ancient times. Some of the evil names listed here date back many thousands of years and live on in the cultural or religious traditions that still exist to this day.
Demonology is the process by which demon names are classified using modern interpretations of the language of the region where the demon originated. Some are difficult to categorize based on the limited source material, but the following demon names are the commonly-agreed to versions used today.
Many demons are integral characters in various religious creation myths or holy books. For instance, the demon Akatash is a prominent figure in the ancient Iranian myths about Zoroaster or Zarathustra. Akatash was the creator of evil itself and attempts to destroy Zarathustra with the help of other demons.
Evil names of demons range from Banshees and Baal to Wraiths and Zombies. The Banshee was said by the Irish to be the female bringer of death, who unleashes terrible wails and screams when a person is close to death. Gaelic accounts of the Banshee date back to pre-Christian times and sightings have been reported as recently as 1948. The demon Baal was first described by the ancient Phoenicians and later Semitic cultures as one of the chief rulers in hell. Baal was considered by some Christians during the Puritan period in England to be the main assistant to Satan and commander of 66 legions of demons.
Demons' evil names can be found in modern language - the word "Wrath" has possible roots in "wraith," the ancient Scottish word for "ghost." Wraiths were similar to Banshees: when sighted, their appearance was considered an omen of impending death. Several demons have then-evil names starting with "A" which are commonplace in our own time, such as Ariel and Amy (although both were male beings).
A common theme in demonology is the adoption of demons from other cultures. Historical, religious, and cultural traditions led to the swapping and interchange of demons from one culture to the next, after that developing distinct characteristics and legends in context with other mythological figures. For instance, early Judaism borrows extensively from the demons of Persia, Phoenicia, Syria, the Akkadian Empire, and many others. Indeed, the word "demon" itself has evolved over the thousands of years - in the days of Homer; a demon was not necessarily considered an evil name. The Greeks used the word to denote the supernatural and the divine. As it has come down to us, the word has changed meanings substantially, and will surely continue to do so.
In more recent times, demons were usually cast as malevolent beings working to undermine a hero or god. Frequently portrayed as "unclean spirits," demons could possess the body of a victim, either by necessity for survival or to interact with the human world. Although varying across different traditions, typically demons were considered non-divine, non-human entities who were either separable or discarnate souls. Most demons were said not to have inhabited a body.
Christian demonology has a long history dating back centuries. Based on scripture, writers throughout the years have described various spirits or entities who have possessed adults or children and severely affected their behavior. Exorcism is the Church-sanctioned practice of removing the demon from the body and is strictly overseen by the Church hierarchy. Other religious traditions have similar methods by which a demon is expelled from the afflicted person.
Demons Total: 395