In demonology, a mighty marquis of Hell with many legions of demons under his command.
One of the fallen angels and 69th of the 72 spirits of Solomon (the 72 demons of the Goetia), Decarabia is a marquis of Hell who appears as a star in a pentacle, but changes into a man when ordered so by the conjurer or exorcist.
Decarabia's most important infernal duties are related to herbs and precious stones. It is said that he is capable of instructing sorcerers in the arts of astral and dream shape shifting, and in how one may transform into a bird, bat, or other flying critter.
Decarabia is also a teacher of herb, stone, and elemental magick. He is likewise considered a familiar, able to assist Black Magicians into flying unharmed to the darkest and most sinister locations on Earth.
Decarabia commands 30 infernal legions of the damned, a troop of vicious demons who assist him in his nefarious endeavors.
One may summon Decarabia as a means of obtaining knowledge of stones, plants, and in the natural way of birds, solely to be used in sorcery.
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Sources: (1) Masello, Robert, Fallen Angels. . . and Spirits of the Dark, The Berkley Publishing Group; (2) Plangiere, Grimoirium Verum: Containing the Most Approved Keys of Solomon, Trident Books; (3) Guiley, Rosemary Ellen and Zaffis, John, The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology, Checkmark Books; (4) Mathers, S.L. MacGregor, Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon, CreateSpace Publishers.
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