Luciferian Magickal Chants

“Numinous Adramelech King of Poison”
Source: VK

“Blessed is Adramelech, King of the Qlipha of Mercury”
Source: VK

“Open the Backwards Tree, and bring from Adramelech”
Source: VK

“Holy to Molock Prince of Thamiel”
Source: V.K.

“Numinous (is) Molock; Hail to the Monarch and Fire-Bearer”
The word numinous means (A) divine/spiritual (B) inspiring greatness (C) mysterious;
We’re using all three meanings at once.
Source: V.K.

“Numinous and mighty is Ka-in (Qayin/Cain) of the plow”

Names of Lucifuge Rofocal arranged into a chant
Source: VK

“Numinous and mighty is Lucifuge”
Source: VK

“Open the Backwards Tree, and bring forth Lucerifuge” in Latin
Source: VK

“Holy to Ashtoreth of the Two Horns” in Hebrew, an obvious inversion of a Hebrew praise
Source: VK

Lucifuge Rofocale

Name Variants: Lucifuge Rofocal, Lucifuge Rofocale, Rofocale, Lucifugus Rofocalus, Lucifage, Rofocale, Lesifuges, Lucerifuge
Color: Black
Rank: Prince; Prime Minister
Qlipha: Satariel (Saturn/Lucifuge Rofocale)
Infernal Letter: G
Animal: Black Birds
Gematria: 414
Attributions: Wild Rose, Black Olive Juice, Olive Oil. Alcohol, Mandrake, Sage, Mullein

Lucifuge is the Witch-God or Patron of Sorcery as well as the Chief of Infernal Pacts. He can be called on to cast destructive curses upon deities and he erases the demiurge’s ability to hinder the witch. Lucifuge Rofocal specializes in the infliction of illness and deformity, and he can devour a target’s strength of will. Although he is a being of great knowledge and perspicacity, he speaks with a soft voice.

Above: Sigil of Lucifuge from the OFS Demonolatry Website

Lucifuge can refine the intellect of the witch and impart wisdom and erudition to her. He can help connect you more strongly with the spiritual world around you. My coven had three members who own martial arts staffs, and we were instructed to enchant them all in his name and have them present when evoking him.

Although he is an overwhelmingly powerful sorcerer, Lucifage emanates and aura and presence of tranquility to conceal the magnitude of his strength. His nature is apt for baleful rites and the diffusion of the curses placed upon you. Lucerifuge rules over money, luck, chemistry, prosperity, and ambition. Considered to be he Qliphoth’s Occult librarian and scholar, he rules hatred, execration magick, war, revenge, strength, victory, courage, and anger. As a slightly psychic-vampyric entity, he can steal the magickal power of an Occultist plotting for the harm of the Satanist.

According to E.A. Koetting, Rofocale is “the Lord of Excess. He has no concept of having ‘had enough,’ and I doubt that ‘contentment’ is even a word he’s familiar with. More power, more wealth, more sex, more love, more happiness, more joy. More, more, more.”

Koetting’s description of Lucifuge appears to be verified by the description of the spirit in a traditional rite of his summoning cited in The Secret Teachings of All Ages wherein Lucifuge is referred to as a “Prince of Demons” and said to be able to “bestow upon me all the treasures of the earth” and “fulfil my every desire for the length of my natural life” [sic]. S. Conolly has mentioned working with Lucifuge “to manifest more disciplined working habits for [her]self.” One Traditional Demonolater I’ve corresponded with over social media has described Lucifuge having completely purged him of all his addictions, “even candy!”

Liber Azerate refers to Lucifuge Rofocale as the “Living Darkness” who obliterates and weakens the Abrahamic deity’s influence over the populace and helps the witch transcend the limits of causality. The manuscripts of the Temple of the Black Light refers to Lucifuge as “the revealer of all the hidden treasures of the Nightside” who “establishes the purifying the darkness illuminated by the Black Light.”

The Path to Satan attributes Lucifuge Rofocale to the letter G of the “Infernal Alphabet.” Kenneth Grant has referred to G as “the letter of the High Priestess” and “the vehicle by which the crossing is achieved.”

Lucifuge Rofocale is most popularly held to preside over Satorial/Sathariel/Harasiel, the Qlipha related to Saturn, but there are lesser-known traditions of Qabbalistic Demonology wherein Lucifuge is held to be the Chief of Thagirion (Black Sun/Belphagore).

Lucifuge is the archivist of Hell who instructs the witch in all manner of arcana and assists all black magickians, newer Satanists in particular. According to Mark Allan Smith, he rules “worlds in the realm of possibilities beyond the spiritual abyss.”

Stephen Bleach once evoked Lucifuge very disrespectfully in his youth, and Lucifuge was quick to retaliate mischievously. He does not tolerate abuse, but he will forgive a magickian with potential.

Lucifuge is purported to appear either as a three-horned Satyr or a red and viperous, five-horned anthropoid, or perhaps as a bald magickian in a gold and silver robe, and he rules the third Qlipha from the top. In The Book of Agares by S. Conolly, a dream-gnosis is described wherein Rofocale appeared as an older man with silver hair and silver eyes.

The name Lucifuge Rofocale has a value of 414, being also the number of the Limitless Light. According to Liber Sitra Ahra:

Lucifuge Rofocale, Beelzebuth, and Moloch all have 16 hidden in their names. We see that these three are united in some way. We see the words “becoming” and “establishment”. More importantly, if we take the number 16 and add the 1 and 6 we get 7. Three 7’s, 777, as we know is OVLM HQLIPVTh or the “land of shells”.

To make a minor correction, “the Land of Shells” or “the World of the Qliphoth” is not a name for the Qliphoth itself, but a name of our fucking planet.

Analysts are too quick to equate him to pre-existent deities: Focalor, Tarchimache, Belial, Mephistopholes, Tarichimal, and Lucifer. These will obscure the actual essence of Lucifuge, so he is best approached as an independent deity. The witch who does not approach him with respect will suffer.

For a list of magickal chants useful for calling onto these entities, follow the hyperlink:

-V.K. Jehannum

E.A. Koetting’s Youtube Channel
The Black Grimoire of Satan by TJ Dawson
Goetic Evocation by Steven Saddow
Complete Demonolatry Guide
Mark Allan Smith’s Literature
TotBL Common MSS
Liber Azerate
The Book of Sitra Achra
The Secret Teachings of All Ages
The Grand Grimoire
The Book of Agares
The Path to Satan
Nightside of Eden
Liber Sitra Ahra

Mesphito (Mephistophiles is Real)

Name Variates: Mephistophiles, Mephistophilis, Mesphito, Memostophiles, Methosophiles, Megastophiles, Mephisto, Mephist, Hemostophile, Mephistophielis
Color: Black, Grey, Light Blue, Red
Direction: Northwest
Herb: Mandrake
Element: Earth
Rank: Chief Duke
Planet: Mercury
Infernal Letter: K
Primary Qlipha: Thagirion (Black Sun/Belphagore)
Secondary Qlipha: Samael (Mercury/Adrammelech)
Gematria: 639; 919; 2094; 2288

I’ve written the important parts of this article in blue for people who want to focus on the practical.

We will not bother delving into the legend of Faust for this article. According to a book called Personal Names in Appellative Use in English, Mephisto predates that legend anyways (I am unsure of whether or not this is correct). Despite the commonplace allegation that Mephistophiles (most often called Mesphito in Demonolatry) is a purely fictitious entity, various medieval grimoires present him as an authentic demon, and Doctor Faust himself has been traced back to a wandering German Occultist who was commonly adduced as the quintessential Rennaissance blasphemer in the countless religious debates of the time.

The Faust mythos is comparable in nature to the mythos of Christ. Christ’s story serves to allegorically delineate the philosophy known as Christianity. In the same way that the life story of the (pseudo)messiah himself (Yehoshua ben Yosef) took on aspects of a pre-existent mythological character named Mythras, the fictional Faust had various pre-existent folk tales assimilated into later editions of the novel he debuted in.

Modern black magickians such as E.A. Koetting and J. Thorp present Mephistophiles or “Mesphito” as a legitimately extant demon.

Mephistophiles’s name is said to originate in the Hebrew word “Mephir” [Destroyer]. As the Keeper of the Book of Death, Mephistophiles is among the seven chiefs of Pandemonium. Mephestophiles is related to witchcraft, knowledge, divination, secrets, sorcery, ambition, hatred, deception, dark magick, alchemy, astral projection, shapeshifting, dream work, anger, vengeance, vampyrism, blood magick, necromancy, and war. He can bring about monetary gain, teach all skilled arts, and impart familiars of renowned quality, and it is said that he achieves incredibly quick results in magick. He is described variously as the counterpart, companion, or servant of Lucifer.

According to my personal gnosis, Mesphito can increase one’s social skills, and his are incredible. He can raise one’s IQ and improve physical fitness. He rules flirtation, seduction, charisma, sex, romance, and sexuality. He can cure or at least decrease the symptoms of autism and dyslexia (your skills and efforts determine the efficacy of this).

According to At the Crossroads, Mephistophiles manifests both as a toad and a black dog, and he is one of the most powerful magickal forces which the author had ever witnessed. The author described the archdemon as alluring/seductive. Liber Satangelica describes Mesphito as deeply charismatic, and The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses describe the fiend as eager to assist and teach the celebrant.

According to Ketab e-Siyah, Mephistophiles rules the seventh letter of the infernal alphabet, which is apparently K. While Mesphito has strategically placed this letter within my surroundings to get my attention, I don’t actually know what this means. I know that the K in magick refers to the Hebrew “Kaf”, which letter represents the Magnum Opus and has been related to Mercury, but I do not know whether such an interpretation is applicable here.

There is an entity in The Grimoire of Armadel named Hemostophile who is almost unanimously identified with Mephistophiles. While some commentators have been tentative in their identification of Hemostophile with Mephistophiles due to the significant difference between the names, the little-known appearance of the name variate “Memostophiles” in a medieval grimoire bridges the gap nicely.

Hemostophile is written to help the witch summon, see, and psychically analyze the character of demons. He’s the lord of deception and a master of illusion; he can teach the art of shapeshifting and impart infernal familiars to the witch.

According to The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses, Mephistophiles can impart guidance regarding any art or skill and grants excellent familiars. In addition to this, he brings forth treasure from the earth, and he is said to appear as a male youth.

According to The Black Raven, Mephistophilis is the master of various arts and rules over luck or fortune. He can be called upon to cause instantaneous learning, but the grimoire specifies that Mephistophilis must be summoned four times (?). Mesphito takes on something of a tutelary role in this grimoire, comparable in nature to the role which Lucifuge plays. The legions which follow Mephistophilis bring about infamously quick results.

screenshot-741Above: Sigil of Mesphito from the OFS Demonolatry Website

In Praxis Magia Faustiana, Mephistophiles’s name is rendered as Mephistophiel. Herein Mesphito is attributed to Jupiter and is said to appear either as an igneous bear or a bald man in a black cape.

The Book of Mephisto describes Mesphito as a grand initiator and the father of the sabbat. He’s referred to as a trickster, guide, psychopomp, and spirit of transformation. Herein he is attributed to the infernal realm named Samael (Mercury/Adrammelech). The Golden Dawn, however, attributed Mesphito to Thagirion (Black Sun/Belphagore), and it is my personal opinion that he is truly attributed to both.

The lore on Mesphito presents him as being one of Hell’s seven rulers. The title given to these seven rulers, however, differs from text to text– Grand Dukes, Princes, or Grand Chiefs.

Contemporary authorities identify Mephistophiles with Satan, but they cite no credible reason for that postulation. Since modern authorities identify everything (even Mammon some reason) with Satan, we will be disregarding their opinion.

The name Mephistophiles is often translated as meaning “He Who Loves Not the Light” or “He Who Detests the Light,” and on the basis of this alone, Mesphito is often identified with Lucifuge Rofocale. Since the similarity of their names’ meanings is the only evidence which the champions of this theory present for this identification, the idea should be disregarded. While I am aware that my prior statement about Mesphito taking a similar role to Lucifuge may lend credibility to this theory, none of the people who promulgate it have drawn that connection, so the theory should be viewed as one which was erected very sloppily. Besides, there is an alternate etymology which translates Mephistophiles as meaning “Dispenser of Lies,” and a book called Faustus: the Life and Times of a Renaissance Legend presents its very own translation: “Friend/Lover of Stench.” Even rarer interpretations such as “Noxious Bile” and “Friend of Faust” exist (Source:

Keep in mind that Lucifuge has already been identified variously as Lucifer, Belial, and Focalor. Factor in Mesphito and you have four options. If you identify Rofocal with one of these fiends, you have a 25% chance of being right. You are best off approaching Lucifage as an independent entity.

Mesphito really is the last entity you should be using etymology to identify. Go back and count how many alternative translations I’ve provided, all but two of which originated in sources I would deem credible (the other two were from Google). Then, look at the name variates which have appeared throughout the grimoiric tradition. Memostophiles includes the Hebrew “Mem” [water], Hemostophile apparently refers to blood, and Megastophiles appears to incorporate a Greek word (mega) meaning “Great.”

If you would like to learn more about Mephistophiles and have the experience to at least get “the gist” of complicated esotericism, follow this hyperlink to another article of mine:

I’ve compiled a use of magickal chants which are serviceable in rites to Mephistophiles. If this is of use to you, follow the hyperlink:

In case you want a black metal song about Mesphito for your magickal work, here’s the one I personally use:

V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Other Sources
Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology
The Dictionary of Demons
The Magical Revival

Invocation of Lucifuge Rofocale


(Face North, the direction of Saturn)

Venire – Rofocale Rex Noctifer (x2)
[Come– Rofocale the Night-Bearing King]

Lucerifuge, Lucifage, Lucifugus Rofocalus (x9)

I call unto the hidden hand of the diametric alliance between the bearer of light and the bearer of its shadow so that I might become subject to and recipient of a Cronian enlightenment. The esoterica of the red desert and Hell is observed by the sagacious Saturnian Horned God who presides over its sempiternal biosphere. I call out to Rofocal, the Black Lord of the Red Desert.

Change me.

Agios ischyros Lucifuge (x2)
[Numinous and mighty is Lucifuge]

Baruch ha-Lucifuge Rofocale (x9)
[Blessed is Lucifuge Rofocale]

Venire – Rofocale Rex Noctifer (x2)

Oh Lucifugus Rofocalus, to whom the Black Sun and wild rose are sacred. The immortal nigrescent birds of prey which environ your province are the emissaries of a most worthy god. You who are the Patron of black magickians and fledgling Demonolaters, I call to make you my guide and to make myself your vessel so that I might become forever transmogrified through the sulphurous alchemy of Sitra Achara’s forbidden and Cronian Qlipha. Oh, hail unto Lucifuge.

Aperiatur Acharayim, et germinet Lucerifuge (x11)
[Open the Backwards Tree, and bring forth Lucerifuge]

Eyen tasa valocur Lucifuge Rofocale (x11)
[Lucifuge’s “enn” or summoning mantra]