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  1. Gusion
  2. Sitri
  3. Beleth
  4. Leraje, or Leraikha
  5. Eligos
  6. Zepar
  7. Botis
  8. Bathin
  9. Sallos
  10. Purson
  11. Marax
  12. Ipos
  13. Aim
  14. Naberius
  15. Glasya-Labolas
  16. Bune, or Bime
  17. Ronove
  18. Berith
  19. Astaroth
  20. Forneus
  21. Foras
  22. Asmoday
  23. Gaap
  24. Furfur
  25. Marchosias
  26. Stolas, or Stolos
  27. Phenex
  28. Halphas, or Malthus
  29. Malphas
  30. Raum
  31. Focalor
  32. Vepar
  33. Sabnock
  34. Shan
  35. Vine
  36. Bifrons
  37. Uvall, Vual, or Voval
  38. Haagenti
  39. Crocell
  40. Furcas
  41. Balam
  42. Alloces
  43. Camio, or Caim
  44. Murmur, or Murmus
  45. Orobas
  46. Gremory, or Gamori
  47. Ose, or Voso
  48. Amy, or Avnas
  49. Oriax, or Orias
  50. Vapula, or Naphula
  51. Zagan
  52. Volav, or Valak, or Valu, or Valac
  53. Andras
  54. Haures, or Hauras, or Havres
  55. Andrealphus
  56. Cimejes, or Cimeies, or Kimaris
  57. Amdusias, or Amdukias
  58. Belial
  59. Decarabia
  60. Seere, Sear, or Seir
  61. Dantalion
  62. Andromalius

THESE be the 72 Mighty Kings and Princes which King Solomon Commanded into a Vessel of Brass, together with their Legions. Of whom BELIAL, BILETH, ASMODAY, and GAAP, were Chief. And it is to be noted that Solomon did this because of their pride, for he never declared other reason why he thus bound them. And when he had thus bound them up and sealed the Vessel, he by Divine Power did chase them all into a deep Lake or Hole in Babylon. And they of Babylon, wondering to see such a thing, they did then go wholly into the Lake, to break the Vessel open, expecting to find great store of Treasure therein. But when they had broken it open, out flew the Chief Spirits immediately, with their Legions following them; and they were all restored to their former places except BELIAL, who entered into a certain Image, and thence gave answers unto those who did offer Sacrifices unto him, and did worship the Image as their God, etc.

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