Top 5 Scary Demons You Should Never Summon – Part 2

Top 5 Scary Demons You Should Never Summon – Part 2

September 6, 2019 31 By William Hollis


Hello horror fans – and welcome back to the
scariest channel on YouTube – Top 5 Scary Videos – that eldritch place where all ley
lines converge into a picturesque pentagram of demonological dissemination. And guess what? We’re at it again. What’s going on guys – as per usual, I’ll
be your spirit guide Jack Finch – as we peer back over to the goetic grimoires – and dive
back in to the Lesser Key of Solomon – and take a look at the Top 5 Scary Demons You
Should Never Summon – Part 2. Well – you can’t say we didn’t warn you. Now – again, as with the first part to this
video – slight disclaimer, demonology is not to be trifled with – and we’re in no way
encouraging you to go ahead and summon some demons – because that’s never a good idea. Before we jump on into that though, you know
the drill by now – if you’re a fan of this video – demonology, demon hunting – or just
Top 5 Scary Videos, then go ahead and hit that thumbs up button – as well as that subscribe
bell, so you can stay up to date with our most horrifying uploads. On with the show. Kicking off at Number 5 – Andras Now a lot of you guys were pretty vocal about
him making this list – so here he is. And I’m on board with your insistence – because
this guy is as vile as they come. In demonology, Andras is an incredibly unpleasant
demon whose only directive was to hunt and kill mankind, aided by his henchman Flauros. As the demonic Goetia goes, the demonic Andras
was a Grand Marquis of Hell – that appeared with a winged angels body, and the head of
an owl – or sometimes, a raven. It rides upon a strong black wolf – and wields
a sharp, flaming sword. His main responsibility is to sow discord
amongst humanity, teaching those who he favors to kill their enemies, their masters, and
their servants. It is thought they he was often summoned by
military leaders – who would use his abilities to incite wars that would last for decades
– resulting in a new definition for people, the planet – and the political landscape. Hm? Interesting. Next up at Number 4 – Valac. And no – not the Nun. Well, kind of the Nun. But yeah – not the Nun. This guy is starting to get some real traction
in popular culture – which, well – is kind of worrying. In the Lesser Key of Solomon, Valac is listed
as the sixty-second demon of Hell – but is often attributed as a Grand President of the
demonic depths – or the City of Jewels in several Sumerian texts, who thusly relies
on his guile and manipulation of others. He is known as the Marquis of Snakes – often
attributed with the power to locate, summon and control any serpent at will. Valac is often attributed to having the power
of finding treasures – or in other terms, the power of divination – and demonic insight
– which he often uses as a means to discern his victims true desire, and tempt them with
it. In the Dictionnaire Infernal – written by
Collin de Plancy and first published in 1818 – Valac is depicted as a small, cherub like
child – with wings, riding atop a two headed dragon – which is an accurate representation
of how he uses the appearance of guile and deceit to manipulate his enemies. Next up at Number 3 – The Botchling Which – technically, is a blanket term – but
it kind of rolls of the tongue, doesn’t it? Whether you call it the Poroniec – or the
Drekavac, this malicious demon from Slavic mythology is something that you should just
totally avoid all together. In Slavic folklore, these demons were believed
to come into existence from stillborn fetuses – but also from improperly buried remains
of children that had died during infancy. If you’ve played the Witcher 3 – then you’ll
know what we’re getting at. Not dissimilar to the Myling of Scandinavian
folklore – these creatures are considered to be extremely power demons, due to the innate
potential energy caught up in an unrealized life, and their particularly tragic entry
into our world. Still – there’s hope – because as Slavic
mythology tells us – if a botchling is buried beneath the threshold of a house – then instead
it will turn into a klobuk – a protective house spirit, and then everyone’s a winner. Coming in at Number 2 – Ziminiar Sometimes – you have to save the best for
a special occasion – which is why there is pretty much next to nothing known about the
demon of the name Ziminiar – and that’s for a good reason. Ziminiar is one of the four principal kings
of Hell as aligned in the Ars Goetia, the evidential playbook for the who’s who in
the demonic realm. As demonology scriptures explain, Ziminiar
– alongside his three other kings, Amaymon, Corson and Gaap – were all supposedly constrained
by King Solomon – and outlined in his Lesser Key. It is thoroughly noted that Ziminiar should
not be conjured under any circumstances – with the sole exception of an end-of-days occasion. Ziminiar is the King of the North – and with
him he brings death and destruction – and alongside his Kingly brothers – they are often
considered to be an allegory for the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Which is never a good sign. And finally – at our Number 1 spot of Scary
Demons You Should Never Summon – Abaddon. And boy – is this a big, bad baddie. In the Hebrew bible, the world Abaddon is
a biblical term which literally translates to place of destruction – and literally speaking,
is a fiery plane in the realm of the dead – known as Gehenna. However, in the later teaching of Revelation,
Abaddon is often referred to as a being that had become one with the abyss – and personified
it as the Angel of the Abyss. In Greek – the equivalent for Abaddon is Apollyon
– which literally translates to The Destroyer – which is exactly what he is. In demonology, it is often cited that even
a demon as powerful as Satan openly admitted that he wishes to avoid a confrontation with
Abaddon. Yeah – he’s pretty super serious. He’s often depicted as a large, human sized
locust – or in fewer cases – an entire swarm of locusts that carry highly infectious diseases. Abaddon is said to be the plague of locusts
called upon during the Ten Plagues of Egypt – and responsible for causing many atrocities
in Biblical times. In all seriousness, Abaddon is a complete
enigma. At times, he’s often depicted as an angel
of judgement – and both Heaven and Hell claim him as an ally – other times as an enemy. In most texts that speak of him, Abaddon is
among the most feared of supernatural beings: having both angels, demons and corporeal beings
fearing his very name alone. So yeah – don’t summon him guys. Well – unfortunately folks, that’s all we’ve
got time for in today’s video – let us know if you enjoyed this series and speak your
mind in the comment box down below. If you’d like to continue with your demonology
binge, then feel free to hit that playlist floating shortly above. As always folks, I’ve been your host Jack
Finch – you’ve been watching Top 5 Scary Videos – and until next time, you take it
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