Abaddon and Apollyon are two names of war for archangel fallen Muriel, this demon is the second of the leaders down Lucifer and prince of hell, has about 200 legions of demons at your service, a powerful demon of destruction, responsible for earthquakes, storms , tornadoes and tsunamis.
(Also known as Apollyon in Greek translation.)
Abaddon in the Revelation of St. John, is the King of tormenting locusts and the angel of the bottomless pit. (KJV, Rev. 9:1-11). The exact nature of Abaddon is debated.
Abaddon is an Adviser. He is Lord of the Abyss and King of the Demons.
- Rank: The Destroyer
- Apollyon was "born" September 13th.
A Satanists Perspective: "Nice Guy"Edit
According to one of our anonymous typically occultic sounding writers they've said, "He is very much like you. Evil on the inside, but good on the outside."
This statement has caused many laughs from our many readers, including me, along with hate mail from a handful of our christian readers. This statement may be considered true depending on who you are or your perspective on demons, they actually act very kind to others including their sub-demons. But that's rare and usually a guise meant to confuse or trick summoners, usually their many followers and members of their fan bases. Like abused children they are enraged about everything for no reason, they don't even know what they're so angry about. And considering there are murder cases involving reckless summoners just ask Satan for help on your problem first. Even the high priests do that in the fan bases and places of worship because they're afraid of being killed.
"He is quite large, I would say at least 8 feet tall. He is stocky, wears a type of battle garb when I see him. He is dark looking with a dark complexion, eyes and hair, along with a moustache." --Quote by: High-Priestess Persephone.
A somewhat small, extremely nimble, glowing white spectre, with wings of shining steel and silver.
- In Revelation 20:1 he "laid hold of the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, and Satan, and bound him a thousand years." According to the foregoing, Apollion is a holy (good) angel, servant and messenger of God; but in occult and, generally, in noncanonical writings, he is evil.