Aka : the Beast; 'beli ya'al,' means 'without worth.', Beliar, Beriael
Element/sin : Earth, the demon of lies
Shape : a beautiful angel seated on a chariot of fire-belching dragons, leaving scorched earth in his wake
Rank : a King in Hell, a Fallen Angel created second after Lucifer, Satan's Emmisary to King Soliman, the Infernal Ambassador to Turkey (Victor Hugo), commands eighty legions of demons.
Origin : Hebraïc
Myths : one of the four chief demons imprisoned in a vessel of brass by the magic seal ring of King Solomon (the other three are said to be Bileth, Asmoday and Gaap).
Magic : To conjure Belial, one must make offerings and sacrifices to him. He answers in the most suave and pleasant of voices, but this is deceptive. Unless one keeps him in check by continually invoking the name of God, this Belial deceives all and sundry. To those successful in gaining his friendship, it is said that he distributes favours and preferences, and gives excellent familiars.
Association : often confused with Satan
Source : Kabbalah, Johann Wier’s Pseudomonarchia Daemonumus, Goetia,Fragments of a Zadokite Work, the Testament of the Twelve Patriarchs, Martyrdom of Isaiah, Document from Damas, Lemegeton, Johann Wier’s Pseudomanarchia Daemonum, Agrippa, Milton
“But for corruption thou hast made Belial, an angel of hostility. All his dominions are in darkness, and his purpose is to bring about wickedness and guilt. All the spirits that are associated with him are but angels of destruction.”The War of the Sons of Light and the Sons of Darkness
"And Manasseh turned aside his heart to serve Beliar; for the angel of lawlessness, who is the ruler of this world, is Beliar, whose name is Matanbuchus." - Martyrdom of Isaiah 2:4