Theistic Satanism and Demonolatry

Demonic enns

Note: Many informations in this article are thanks to courtesy of Stephanie Connoly and Valery Corban . More details about enns themselves are to found in demonolator books like The Complete Book of Demonolatry.

Enns are sentences (in unknown, demonic language) of invitation, admiration or requests for protection for particular demons. Enns were channeled by various persons. For first time they appear in private grimoires of demonolator Alexander Willit in 16th century and since then they appear in practice of various demonolator families (and lately outside of them too). Traditional demonolators claim that the same enns (or similar) were channeled independently by two different person in different location and that they stay consistently the same. Although we have no dictionary of every world used in enns, no knowledge about its grammar (it does exist, hence language), we know some words and are aware roughly what some enns mean. For example Ganic Tasa Fubin Flereous could be translated as Fire protect the flame, Lord Flereous.

Enns are said, chanted or vibrated during various demonolatry rites or meditation. For examples see this S. Connoly’s video. You don’t need to concern too much about the spelling. People use various versions of it depending on their native language and personal feeling how enns should be said. Intention is what counts the most so don’t worry about correctness. For more details about spelling watch this video.

List below consists of enns of Dukante and of Goetia hierarchy in alphabetic order*.

Abbadon – Es na ayer Abbadon avage
Abigor – Aylan Abigor tasa uan on ca
Agaliarept – On ca Agaliarept agna
Agares – Rean ganen ayar da Agares
Agares – Rean ganen ayar da Agares 
Aim – Ayer avage secore Aim
Alloces – Typan efna Alloces met tasa
Amducious – Denyen valocur avage secore Amducious
Amdusias (also Amdukias) – Denyen valocur avage secore Amdusias
Ammon – Avage Secore Ammon ninan
Amon – Avage Secore Amon ninan
Amy (also Avnas) – Tu Fubin Amy secore
Andras – Entey ama Andras anay
Andrealphus – Mena Andrealphus tasa ramec ayer
Andromalius – Tasa fubin Andromalius on ca
Asafoetida – Asana nanay on ca Asafoetida
Ashtaroth – Tasa Alora foren Ashtaroth
Asmoday – Ayer avage Aloren Asmoday aken
Asmodeus – Ayer avage Aloren Asmodeus aken
Astarot – Serena Alora Astartot Aken
Astaroth – Tasa Alora Foren Astaroth
Astarte – Serena Alora Astarte Aken
Azazel – Eya on ca Azazel aken
Babeal – Alan Secore on ca Babeal
Bael – Ayer Secore On Ca Ba’al 
Balam – Lirach tasa vefa wehl Balam
Balberith – Avage Secoré on ca Baalberith
Barbatos – Eveta fubin Barbatos
Bathin – Dyen Pretore on ca Bathin
Beelzebuth (also Beelzebub) – Adey vocar avage Beelzebuth
Beleth – Lirach tasa vefa wehl Beleth
Belial – Lirach Tasa Vefa Wehl Belial
Belphegore – Lyan Ramec Catya Ganen Belphegore
Berith – Hoath redar ganabal Berith
Bifrons – Avage secore Bifrons remie tasa
Botis – Jedan hoesta noc ra Botis
Buer – Erato on ca Buer anon
Bune (also Bime) – Wehl melan avage Bune Tasa
Camio (also Caim) – Tasa on ca Caim renich
Cimejes (also Cimeies or Kimaris) – Ayer avage secore Cimejes
Crocell – Jedan tasa Crocell on ca
Dantalion – Avage ayer Dantalion on ca
Decarabia – Hoesta noc ra Decarabia secore
Delepitoré – Deyen pretore ramec Delepitore on ca
Eligos – Jedan on ca Eligos inan
Eurynomous – Ayar Secore on ca Eurynomous
Flereous (also Haures – see below) – Ganic Tasa Fubin Flereous
Focalor – En Jedan on ca Focalor
Foras – Kaymen vefa Foras
Forneus – Senan okat ena Forneus ayer
Furcas – Secore on ca Furcas remie
Furfur – Ganen menach tasa Furfur
Gaap – Deyan Anay Tasa Gaap
Glasya-Labolas – Elan tepar secore on ca Glasya-Lobolas
Gremory (also Gemory or Gamori) – An tasa shi Gremory on ca
Gusion – Secore vesa anet Gusion
Haagenti – Haaventi on ca Lirach
Halphas – Erato Halphas on ca secore
Haures (also Flauros, Flereous, Haurus, or Havres) – Ganic tasa fubin Flauros
Ipos – Desa an Ipos Ayer
Leraje (also Leraikha) – Caymen vefa Leraje
Leviathan – Jaden Tasa Hoet Naca Leviathan
Lillith – Renich viasa avage lillith lirach
Lucifage – Eyen tasa valocur Lucifuge Rofocale
Lucifer – Renich Tasa Uberaca Biasa Icar Lucifer
Luithian – Advisor : Deyan anay tasa Luithian
Malphas – Lirach tasa Malphas ayer
Mammon – Tasa Mammon on ca lirach
Marax (also Narax) – Kaymen Vefa Marax
Marbas – Renach tasa uberace biasa icar Marbas
Marchosias – Es na ayer Marchosias Secore
Mesphito – Mesphito ramec viasa on ca
Murmur (also Murmus) – Vefa mena Murmur ayer
Naberius – Eyan tasa volocur Naberius
Oriax (also Orias) – Lirach mena Orias Anay na
Orobas – Jedan tasa hoet naca Orobas
Ose (also Voso or Oso) – Ayer serpente Ose
Paimon – Linan tasa jedan Paimon
Phenex (also Pheynix) – Ef enay Phenex ayer
Purson – Ana jecore on ca Purson
Rashoon – Taran Rashoon nanay
Raum – Furca na alle laris Raum
Ronove – Kaymen vefa ronove
Ronwe – Kaymen Vefa Ronwe
Rosier – Serena Alora Rosier Aken
Sabnock – Tasa Sabnock on ca Lirach
Sallos (also Saleos) – Serena Alora Sallos Aken
Samigina (also Gamigin) – Esta ta et tasa Gamigin
Satan – Tasa reme laris Satan – Ave Satanis
Satanchia – Furca na alle laris Satanchia
Seere (also Sear or Seir) – Jeden et Renich Seere tu tasa
Shax – Ayer Avage Shax aken
Sitri – Lirach Alora vefa Sitri
Sonnelion – Ayer Serpente Sonnillion
Stolas (also Stolos) – Stolos Ramec viasa on ca
Svengali – Desa on Svengali ayer
Taroon – Taroon an ca nanay
Tezrian – Ezyr ramec ganen Tezrian
Unsere – Unsere tasa lirach on ca ayar
Uvall (also Vual or Voval) – As ana nany on ca Uvall
Valefor – Keyman vefa tasa Valefor
Vapula (also Naphula) – Renich secore Vapula typan
Vassago – Keyan vefa jedan tasa Vassago
Vepar – On ca Vepar Ag Na
Verrier – Elit Rayesta Verrier
Verrine – Elan Typan Verrine
Vine – Eyesta nas Vine ca laris
Volac (also Valak, Valac, or Valu) – Avage Secore on ca Volac
Zagan – Anay on ca secore Zagan tasa
Zepar – Lyan Ramec catya Zepar

* – Some demon names could be differently spelled throughout various literature; in many situations you can treat them as synonyms, however there are some purists who insist claiming that one name=one demon; most people reasonably accepts changes and various spellings that grew over time; enns above could have the same or sometimes slightly different version for different name spellings; in practice use the one you feel most comfortable with.

If you don’t have a proper enn for demon you want to work with, don’t worry. You can ask for it in meditation or simpler: use invitation in your native language, like for example: Belial, I politely invite you to visit me or Vassago, help me in my divination workings, let them be precise and clear, or Lord Beelzebub attend this rite and fill me with your strength, etc.

For me enns work powerfully and when I have occasion to use them, I prefer them instead of my native language, because they feel clear, unburdened with meanings of normal words, sacred, focused on this one goal. However you are free not to use them if you feel like it. Enns are not necessary part of workings with demons, but can be a great help.

3 responses

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  2. What language do you use in the enns?

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    April 1, 2014 at 6:58 pm

    • They are not in any known language. However it is claimed that enns appear through meditation/ascension to different people at different times and they are very similar. One can distinguish certain grammar and words that can be translated (not always, many words are still unknown). One can call it simply demonic language. Usually enns are just elemental blessings.

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      April 2, 2014 at 5:31 pm

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