Glasyalabolas (Goetia #25)

glasyalabolasDepiction of Glasya-Labolas by G.A. Rosenberg entitled Between Love and Bloodshed
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Alternate Names: Cassimola, Glasyalaboas, Caarcrinolaas, Glasya-Labolas, Caasimolar, Glasya, Classyalabolas, Glassia-labolis, Glasyabolis, Glasya, Caasimolar, Caacrinolaas, Caasimola
Magick Numbers: 41, 33, 62, 95
Metal: Mercury, Gold, Iron
Color: Orange, Yellow
Qlipha: Samael (Mercury/Adramelech)*
Element: Fire
Path: Samekh
Rank: President, Earl, or Count
Legions: 36
Zodiac: Aries 5-9; Scorpio 5-9; Sagittarius 0-10; Leo 0-4
Date: Halloween; March 26-29; Oct 28-Nov 1; July 23-27; Nov 23-Dec 2
Tarot: 5 & 8 of Wands/Rods
Planet: Mercury, Sun, Mars
Plant: Rosemary
D/N: Diurnal
Gematria: 162

*Adramelech told me which Qlipha he frequents before I was aware of his planetary affiliations.

Glasyalabolas teaches all occult secrets, antediluvian wisdom, sciences, arts, and traits of plants. He teaches divination and malevolent magick, he causes invisibility, and he alters the emotions which people feel towards one another. He  helps the witch develop a tolerance for specified substances and grants her the ability to discern whether or not individuals have good intentions and see through their facades.


Glasyalabolas is an author of bloodshed and manslaughter who creates war, calamity, danger, violence, and killing(s). Asha’Shedim calls him the “master of homicide, terrorism and mass shootings.” He can teach the witch to transform herself into a cold and calculating huntress. He begets discretion, awareness, and cunning, and aids in malediction and binding. According to The Goetia Ritual Book by Kuriakos, Glasyalabolas rules “commandings” and “endings” (I don’t know what the first one means).

Glasyalabolas can also bring about peace, the reconciliation of parties, and the reunion of friends. He can sway the hearts and minds of friends and foes and answer questions about all things past, present, or to come.

-V.K. Jehannum

Daemonolatry Goetia
by S. Conolly
Mark of Qayin by Asha’Shedim
A Modern Goetic Grimoire by Rufus Opus
Goetic Demonolatry by Ellen Purswell
Luciferian Goetia by Michael W. Ford
The Goetia Ritual Book by Kuriakos
Aleister Crowley’s Illustrated Goetia
Gematria and the Tanakh by Brian Pivik


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