Name Variates: Abigor, Abigar, Eligor, Eligos
Enn: Aylan Abigor tasa uan on ca; Jedan on ca Eligos inan
Rank: (Grand) Duke
Astrology: Leo 20-30
Date: August 12-22
Answers To: Fleurety
Tarot: 7 of Wands
Abigor appears as a handsome soldier on a winged horse and carries a lance, scepter, ensign, and/or a serpent. His baleful manifestation, as channeled by Asha’Shedim, is essentially consistant with the original, save that he appears as a dark knight adorned in entrails and accompanied by the death stench. If you look at the depiction of Eligos channeled-created by my favorite artist, you’ll notice that both A’S & G.A.’s channeled variations on the traditional appearance incorporate overt deathly imagery.
He reveals what is hidden and gives prognostication. He can procure the favor and affections of great and powerful persons and professional warriors (cops, soldiers, etc.). He can give answers regarding martial matters, such as the outcome of upcoming fights and the mindset, thoughts, and plans of your enemy.
His name, Eligor [Whelp Idol], refers to his adulation by young men. He is apt for divination and the performance of spells to strategize one’s life. He rules over combat and warcraft. He can coerce spirits and bring about financial success. He can elucidate any black magick or spiritual influence which is working against you and impart advice on how to handle a feud. He can advise you when and when not to use magick and give aid in court cases.
The Red Book of Appin describes Abigor as “the helper of Vaal, his name means <having led from nowhere>. A guardian of Limb. He looks like horseman in red coat and helmet sitting on a red horse. One should invoke him only for the most dreadful veangence that only can exist, exactly by the same way as he invokes Regents, but not pronouncing any words excluding, possibly, various invocation formulas. ”
Baron and Baronessa Araignee have composed the following Enochian chant to Abigor: Torgiv Micalzo Eligor-Abigor Zorge, Niis, Taviv!
The Dictionary of Demons
Gematria and the Tanakh
Mark of Qayin
The Quimbanda Goetia
A Modern Goetic Grimoire
Imperial Arts Volume One
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These are worth a read sooner or later: https://godsandradicals.org/2015/08/31/the-true-western-occult-tradition-a-review-of-jake-stratton-kents-encyclopedia-goetica/
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I’ll give it a look!
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I’m curious about Abigor’s connection with the Grimorium Verum demon Fleurety. You have a ritual for a familiar of Abigor, coincidentally Fleurety , a demon that serves under Beelzebub, “has the power has the power to do whatever thing one could want at night-time.” and “commands a considerably body of spirits”, which syncs up nicely with you connecting the two.