In Christian mythology, the concept of demon and demonology has always been into existence and given equal respect just like the other traditions which are worshipped by people all around the world.
Aamon is a Marquis of hell who governs almost forty infernal legions. He is a demon and also the Grand Marquis of hell and the seventh spirit of Goetia. He is believed to be one of the most powerful demons in Christian mythology.
History and Folklore
The name of Aamon the demon in the Christian demonology has been derived from the God Amun of the Carthage. The meaning of his name is the one who has induced eagerness.
According to the infernal dictionary published by Collin De Plancy, this particular demon is the commanding officer of the 40 legions of Demons and he is the carrier title of Prince.
He is also considered to be an entity many have looked to reconcile the friends and foes and the procurer of love for those who are seeking it.
The Egyptians have viewed this demon as their Supreme God and have also represented him with someone who is having blue-colored skin rather than a simple human form.
The famous writer in Johann Wier has written about this demon in the year 1583 in the book Pseudomonarchia Daemonum:
“Amon, or Aamon, is a great and mighty marque, and commeth abroad in the likeness of a Wolf, having a serpent’s tail, [vomiting] flames of fire; when he putteth on the shape of a man, he sheweth out dog’s teeth, and a great head like to a mighty [night hawk]; he is the strongest prince of all other, and understandeth of all things past and to come, he procureth favor, and reconcileth both friends and foes, and rule forthy legions of devils.”
And later, the famous writer SL Mcgregor has written in the Goetia:
“The Seventh Spirit is Amon. He is a Marquis great in power, and most stern. He appeareth like a Wolf with a Serpent’s tail, vomiting out of his mouth flames of fire, but at the command of the Magician he putteth on the shape of a Man with Dog’s teeth beset in a head like a Raven; or else like a Man with Raven’s head (simply). He telleth all things Past and to Come. He procureth feuds and reconcileth controversies between friends. He governeth 40 Legions of Spirits. His Seal is this which is to be worn as aforesaid, etc.”
Mention in Grimoire
According to the Grimoire, The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin, the Mage translated by S.L. MacGregor Mathers, Amaymon was one of the eight Sub-Princes, described as an Egyptian devil whom Abramelin restrained from working evil from the third hour till noon and from the ninth till evening.
One expert demon summoner once described an encounter with the demon Amon in which she was able to see his “true” form.
The summoner described a tall, strong, beautiful man with light skin and hair who radiates positive energy.
His companion is familiar as an equally strong and proud falcon. This demon fits the description of many great gods from around the ancient world but is considered more similar to the Egyptian god Amon-Ra.
Aamon is the very same spirit as the great Egyptian god Amon-Ra.
While he has also been known to take the form of a wolf with a serpent’s tail, the demon Amon is most often described as having the body of a man but the head of a raven with dog or wolf teeth.
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The Aamon is a very powerful demon of the Christian mythology who is believed to look very different from a human being but possess a lot of powers with which he rules the world.
He is the Marquis of the hell and the powerful leader of the 40 hell legions. People also regard him as the Grand Marquis of hell and the seventh spirit of Goetia.