[quote=“Illustrious, post:1, topic:3634”]I am wondering who the best demon to call upon to ask for the favour of initially enticing and gradually (or suddenly, both are fine with me!) compelling a lover in to the palm of my hand, and the depths of my pelvis.
I have used Sitri before for brief, yet “steamy” intimate encounters with women meeting the description provided. I am now seeking a more permanent arrangement with a desirable woman.
For those who know me, she should be compatible with my current living situation, as I choose to live away from the general population where I can conduct my works in solitude.
I tried working with Beleth. He didn’t bring me the girl I had specifically asked for, however, a very attractive girl came in to my palm, but she was around for approximately a week before blocking me on Facebook for no given reason.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.[/quote]
I had same experience with Beleth…not the right demon for ‘lust’, it seems. It appears the Ars Goetia has a bad translation in that department.
Poete Maudit gives the explanation for ‘why’, here:
I’ve just been going straight to Weyer’s Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, and it mentions ‘love’, however I view it as a ‘Love/Hate’ as in friendship, despair, or madness even, not lust.
It is to be noted, that if anie exorcist have the art of Bileth, and cannot make him stand before him, nor see him, I may not bewraie how and declare the meanes to conteine him, bicause it is abhomination, and for that I have learned nothing from Salomon of his dignitie and office. But yet I will not hide this; to wit, that he maketh a man woonderfull in philosophie and all the liberall sciences: he maketh love, hatred, insensibilitie, invisibilitie, consecration, and consecration of those things that are belonging unto the domination of Amaymon, and delivereth familiars out of the possession of other conjurors, answering truly and perfectly of things present, past, & to come, & transferreth men most speedilie into other nations, he ruleth sixtie six legions, & was of the order of potestats.
Perhaps Poete will chime in and give a more detailed explanation.