The Christian demonology has seen many demons in the passage of centuries who have been associated with different gods and mythical powers. These demons and evil spirits are famous for their anger and ferocious powers.
Aim is a Great Duke of Hell, solid, and rules more than 26 armies of evil presences. He sets urban areas, manors and extraordinary spots ablaze make men clever in all ways and offer advice concerning privacy issues.
- Aim – History and Symbolism
- The Lesser Key of Solomon the King (1904)
- Mention in Dictionnaire Infernal (1863 Edition)
- Mention in Pseudomonarchia Daemonum (1583 Edition)
Aim – History and Symbolism
The Demon Aim (or Haborym) is a Fallen Angel and 23rd of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. In damnation, Aim is a solid duke. He shows up as an attractive man with three heads: A Serpent, a man with two stars on his temple, and a feline.
He rides on a snake and conveys a blasting troublemaker, with which he spreads a lot of decimation and fire. He bestows sly and offers genuine responses to inquiries regarding “private issues.” He administers 26 Legions of Demons.
He is portrayed as a man (attractive to certain sources), however with three heads, one of a snake, the second of a man, and a third of a feline to most creators, albeit some state of a calf, riding a snake, and conveying in his grasp a lit troublemaker with which he sets the mentioned things ablaze.
The Lesser Key of Solomon the King (1904)
He is a Great Strong Duke. He appeared as an attractive Man in body, yet with three Heads; the main, similar to a Serpent, the second like a Man having two Stars on his Forehead, the third like a Calf.
He rides on a Viper, conveying a Firebrand in his Hand, wherewith he settled urban communities, mansions, and incredible Places, ablaze. He makes thee clever in all way of ways and giveth genuine answers unto private issues.
He governed 26 Legions of Inferior Spirits; and his Seal is this, which wear thou as previously mentioned, and so on.
Mention in Dictionnaire Infernal (1863 Edition)
Haborym (otherwise known as Aym) is a fire Demon and a duke of heck, who orders 26 armies. He shows upholding a light and riding a snake and he has 3 heads: a snake, a man, and a feline. Some state he is equivalent to Raum.
The below-given paragraph is the original text taken from the Dictionnaire Infernal:
Haborym, démon des incendies, appelé aussi Aym. Il porte aux enfers le titre de duc; il se montre à cheval sur une vipère, avec trois têtes, l’une de serpent, l’autre d’homme, la troisième de chat.
Il tient à la main une torche allumée.
Il commande vingt-six légions. Quelques-uns disent que c’est le même que Raum ; ce qui nous paraît au moins douteux.
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Mention in Pseudomonarchia Daemonum (1583 Edition)
Aym or Haborim [Haborym] is an incredible duke and a solid, he commeth foorth with three heads, the main like a snake, the second like a man having two the third like a feline.
He rideth on a snake, carrieng in his grasp a light fier brand, with the fire whereof castles and urban areas are fired, he maketh one wittie everie sort of waie, he answereth truelie of privie matters, and reigneth over twentie six armies.
The below-given paragraph is the original text taken from the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum:
Aym vel Haborym Dux magnus and fortis: progreditur tribus capitibus, primo serpenti, simili, altero homini duos * habenti, tertio felino.
In vipera equitat, ingentem facem ardentem portans, cujus flamma succenditur castrum vel civitas. Omnibus modis ingeniosum reddit hominem: de abstrusis rebus vere respondet. Imperat legionibus vigintisex.
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The Demon Aim or Haborym is a fallen angel and 23rd of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. In damnation, Aim is a solid duke. He shows up as an attractive man with three heads in the form of a Serpent, a man with two stars on his temple and a feline.
He is believed to be the one who sets the manners, extraordinary spots and other important urban areas on fire when he becomes angry with his devotees or wrong doers of the mankind.