Oh, yes. Through my workings, I realized just how different spirits are from each other. After I evoked around 5 entities (separately), I immediately stopped generalizing them. Every spirit is different and unique. Not all of them are good, evil, willing to help humanity. Some just really couldn’t care less, so they either just watch or mind their own thing.
Every spirit is interesting in their own way.
One of the most intriguing one is Bael. I have a story about him.
So I made a thread on these forums about 50 names of Marduk. My intuition was nudging me to just call upon Marduk and through him get to know all the other names, but I wanted forum’s opinion anyway. So, having received very little feedback, I said, fuck it, time to summon the big man himself. Astaroth even told me that I’m in for a surprise.
Rather quickly, he heard my call. I heard a familiar hoarse tone, telling me,
“Greetings. It’s been a while since we’ve last spoken. Although I expected you to contact me earlier.”
I replied, “What? Have we met before?”
At this point, I was starting to piece everything together.
“Indeed, we have. Open your closet.”
I did it, and my gaze immediately landed on the Bael idol that I have on one of the shelves.
I thought to myself, “Oh…”
And then we went back and forth about the 50 names of Marduk, and he pointed out some synchronicities I have missed which lead me to contacting Marduk.
Now, and this bears mentioning, the demon Bael is in fact an amalgam of many other entities. He is not just A Ba’al, but rather, a bunch of Ba’als mashed together. And, as you might know, Marduk has a title of Bel and, mythologically, has many similarities to the Semitic Baal(s). He’s also Kek, in a way, but that’s another story altogether. I think @Lady_Eva can expand more on this as she had same experience(s).
As for Marduk/Bael. He is very powerful. I think grimoires don’t do him justice. The dude is a badass, and a huge powerhouse. I’ve seen him do stuff that blew my mind.