Naming & Identifying the Evil Ones from the diary of Solomon

“*Must Read* Solomon was a “Lord of Hosts” Mashayach will also be a “Lord of hosts” according to Isaiah, he is Most likely already with us, Solomon wrote this testament to show how to rebuke demons and heal our people. . .” -from the desk of a Scholar

THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO DO NOT BELIEVE THESE SPIRITS EXIST BUT THEY ARE SADLY MISTAKEN AS THESE EVIL ONES ARE RAVENOUS UPON US TODAY AND MUST BE DEALT WITH IF WE HAVE TO BRING OUR BROTHERS & SISTERS INTO THE LIGHT! (PLEASE REFER TO THE GOCC VIDEO: THE ONE & THE EVIL SPIRITS ATTACKS AGAINST THE ELECT” FOR DETAILS)

THIS READ IS FOR THOSE WHO ARE OF THE SPIRIT OF THE MOST HIGH!  THESE WORDS SHOULD NOT BE READ ALOUD IF YOU ARE NOT OF THE SPIRIT OF THE MOST HIGH!  IF YOU WISH TO DEAL WITH DEMONS WITHOUT THE TRUE NAME OF GOD, THAT IS ON YOU.  IF YOU WERE CALLED TO ERADICATE OR REMOVE THESE SPIRITS FROM A HUMAN BODY, TIGHTEN YOUR ARMOUR AND SHARPEN YOUR SWORD AND DO SO IN THE NAME OF THE MOST HIGH!

Testament of Solomon
72. And I commanded another demon to come before me. And there came before my face thirty-six spirits, their heads shapeless like dogs, but in themselves they were human in form; with faces of asses, faces of oxen, and faces of birds. And I Solomon, on hearing and seeing them, wondered, and I asked them and said: “Who are you?” But they, of one accord with one voice, said1: “We are the thirty-six elements, the world-rulers 2 of this darkness. But, O King Solomon, thou wilt not wrong us nor imprison us, nor lay command on us; but since the Lord God has given thee authority over every spirit, in the air, and on the earth, and under the earth, therefore do we also present ourselves before thee like the other spirits, from ram and bull, from [35] both twin and crab, lion and virgin, scales and scorpion, archer, goat-horned, water-pourer, and fish. 1. Acts ii. 1.
2. kosmokratores. Cp. Paul, Eph. vi. 12; Origen, c. Celsum, viii, 58.

73. Then I Solomon invoked the name of the Lord Sabaoth, and questioned each in turn as to what was its character. And I bade each one come forward and tell of its actions. Then the first one came forward, and said: “I am the first decans of the zodiacal circle, and I am called the ram, and with me are these two.” So I put to them the question: “Who are ye called?” The first said: “I, O Lord, am called Ruax, and I cause the heads of men to be idle, and I pillage their brows. But let me only hear the words, ‘Michael, imprison Ruax,’ and at once I retreat.”
74. And the second said: “I am called Barsafael, and I cause those who are subject to my hour to feel the pain of migraine. If only I hear the words, ‘Gabriel, imprison Barsafael,’ at once I retreat.”

75. The third said: “I am called Arôtosael. I do harm to eyes, and grievously injure them. Only let me hear the words, ‘Uriel, imprison Aratosael’ (sic), at once I retreat . . . . .1” 1. There seems to be a lacuna here.
76. The fifth said: “I am called Iudal, and I bring about a block in the ears and deafness of hearing. If I hear, ‘Uruel Iudal,’ I at once retreat.”
77. The sixth said: “I am called Sphendonaêl. I cause tumours of the parotid gland, and inflammations of the tonsils, and tetanic recurvation1. If I hear, ‘Sabrael, imprison Sphendonaêl,’ at once I retreat.” 1. The Greek medical terms which stand in the Greek text are found in Hippocrates, Galen, and Cuel. Aurel.
78. And the Seventh said: “I am called Sphandôr, and I weaken the strength of the shoulders, and cause them to tremble; and I paralyze the nerves of the hands, and I break and bruise the bones of the neck. And I, I suck out the marrow. But if I hear the words, ‘Araêl, imprison Sphandôr,’ I at once retreat.”
79. And the eight said: “I am called Belbel. I distort the hearts and minds of men. If I hear the words, ‘Araêl, imprison Belbel,’ I at once retreat.”

80. And the ninth said: “I am called Kurtaêl. I send colics in the bowels. I induce pains. If I hear the words, ‘Iaôth, imprison Kurtaêl,’ I at once retreat.”

81. The tenth said: “I am called Metathiax. I cause the reins to ache. If I hear the words, ‘Adônaêl, imprison Metathiax,’ I at once retreat.”

82. The eleventh said: “I am called Katanikotaêl. I create strife [36] and wrongs in men’s homes, and send on them hard temper. If any one would be at peace in his home, let him write on seven leaves of laurel the name of the angel that frustrates me, along with these names: Iae, Ieô, sons of Sabaôth, in the name of the great God let him shut up Katanikotaêl. Then let him wash the laurel-leaves in water, and sprinkle his house with the water, from within to the outside. And at once I retreat.”

83. The twelfth said: “I am called Saphathoraél, and I inspire partisanship in men, and delight in causing them to stumble. If any one will write on paper these names of angels, Iacô, Iealô, Iôelet, Sabaôth, Ithoth, Bae, and having folded it up, wear it round his neck or against his ear, I at once retreat and dissipate the drunken fit.”

84. The thirteenth said: “I am called Bobêl (sic), and I cause nervous illness by my assaults. If I hear the name of the great ‘Adonaêl, imprison Bothothêl,’ I at once retreat.”

85. The fourteenth said: “I am called Kumeatêl, and I inflict shivering fits and torpor. If only I hear the words: ‘Zôrôêl, imprison Kumentaêl,’ I at once retreat.”

86. The fifteenth said: “I am called Roêlêd. I cause cold and frost and pain in the stomach. Let me only hear the words: ‘Iax, bide not, be not warmed, for Solomon is fairer than eleven fathers,’ I at [once] retreat.”

87. The sixteenth said: “I am called Atrax. I inflict upon men fevers, irremediable and harmful. If you would imprison me, chop up coriander1 and smear it on the lips, reciting the following charm: ‘The fever which is from dirt. I exorcise thee by the throne of the most high God, retreat from dirt and retreat from the creature fashioned by God.’ And at once I retreat.” 1. Pliny, Nat. Hist. xx. 20, notes the same use of coriander: “Seminis grana tria in tertianis devorari iubent aliqui ante accessionem, vel plura illini fronti.” The Testament evidently belongs to Pliny’s age.
88. The seventeenth said: “I am called Ieropaêl. On the stomach of men I sit, and cause convulsions in the bath and in the road; and wherever I be found, or find a man, I throw him down. But if any one will say to the afflicted into their ear these names, three times over, into the right ear: ‘Iudarizê, Sabunê, Denôê,’ I at once retreat.”
89. The eighteenth said: “I am called Buldumêch. I separate wife from husband and bring about a grudge between them. If any one write down the names of thy sires, Solomon, on paper and place it in the ante-chamber of his house, I retreat thence. And the legend written shall be as follows: ‘The God of Abram, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob commands thee — retire from this house in peace.’ And I at once retire.”
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90. The nineteenth said: “I am called Naôth, and I take my seat on the knees of men. If any one write on paper: ‘Phnunoboêol, depart Nathath, and touch thou not the neck,’ I at once retreat.”

91. The twentieth said: “I am called Marderô. I send on men incurable fever. If any one write on the leaf of a book: ‘Sphênêr, Rafael, retire, drag me not about, flay me not,’ and tie it round his neck, I at once retreat.”

92. The twenty-first said: “I am called Alath, and I cause coughing and hard-breathing in children. If any one write on paper: ‘Rorêx, do thou pursue Alath,’ and fasten it round his neck, I at once retire…1” 1. There must here be a lacuna in the text.
93. The twenty-third said: “I am called Nefthada. I cause the reins to ache, and I bring about dysury. If any one write on a plate of tin the words: ‘Iathôth, Uruêl, Nephthada,’ and fasten it round the loins, I at once retreat.”
94. The twenty-fourth said: “I am called Akton. I cause ribs and lumbic muscles to ache. If one engrave on copper material, taken from a ship which has missed its anchorage, this: ‘Marmaraôth, Sabaôth, pursue Akton,’ and fasten it round the loin, I at once retreat.”

95. The twenty-fifth said: “I am called Anatreth, and I rend burnings and fevers into the entrails. But if I hear: ‘Arara, Charara,’ instantly do I retreat.”

96. The twenty-sixth said: “I am called Enenuth. I steal away men’s minds, and change their hearts, and make a man toothless (?). If one write: ‘Allazoôl, pursue Enenuth,’ and tie the paper round him, I at once retreat.”

97. The twenty-seventh said: “I am called Phêth. I make men consumptive and cause hemorrhagia. ,If one exorcise me in wine, sweet-smelling and unmixed by the eleventh aeon1, and say: ‘I exorcise thee by the eleventh aeon to stop, I demand, Phêth (Axiôphêth),’ then give it to the patient to drink, and I at once retreat.” 1. A Gnostic reference. Just above “eleven fathers” were mentioned.
98. The twenty-eighth said: “I am called Harpax, and I send sleeplessness on men. If one write ‘Kokphnêdismos,’ and bind it round the temples, I at once retire.”
99. The twenty-ninth said: “I am called Anostêr. I engender uterine mania and pains in the bladder. If one powder into pure oil three seeds of laurel and smear it on, saying: ‘I exorcise thee, Anostêr. Stop by Marmaraô,’ at once I retreat.”

100. The thirtieth said: “I am called Alleborith. If in eating [38] fish one has swallowed a bone, then he must take a bone from the fish and cough, and at once I retreat.”

101. The thirty-first said: “I am called Hephesimireth, and cause lingering disease. If you throw salt, rubbed in the hand, into oil and smear it on the patient, saying: ‘Seraphim, Cherubim, help me!’ I at once retire.”

102. The thirty-second said: “I am called Ichthion. I paralyze muscles and contuse them. If I hear ‘Adonaêth, help!’ I at once retire.”

103. The thirty-third said: “I am called Agchoniôn. I lie among swaddling-clothes and in the precipice. And if any one write on fig-leaves ‘Lycurgos,’ taking away one letter at a time, and write it, reversing the letters, I retire at once. ‘Lycurgos, ycurgos, kurgos, yrgos, gos, os1.'” 1. botrydón, for which Bornemann conjectures boystrofydón. There is a parallel in a magic papyrus edited by Dieterich (Abraxas, p. 185).
104. The thirty-fourth said: “I am called Autothith. I cause grudges and fighting. Therefore I am frustrated by Alpha and Omega, if written down.”
105. The thirty-fifth said: “I am called Phthenoth. I cast evil eye on every man. Therefore, the eye much-suffering, if it be drawn. frustrates me.”

106. The thirty-sixth said: “I am called Bianakith. I have a grudge against the body. I lay waste houses, I cause flesh to decay, and all else that is similar. If a man write on the front-door of his house: ‘Mêltô, Ardu, Anaath,’ I flee from that place.”

107. And I Solomon, when I heard this, glorified the God of heaven and earth. And I commanded them to fetch water in the Temple of God. And I furthermore prayed to the Lord God to cause the demons without, that hamper humanity, to be bound and made to approach the Temple of God. Some of these demons I condemned to do the heavy work of the construction of the Temple of God. Others I shut up in prisons. Others I ordered to wrestle with fire in (the making of) gold and silver, sitting down by lead and spoon. And to make ready places for the other demons in which they should be confined.

from “THE TESTAMENT OF SOLOMON”

 

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