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Other names: Cimeies, Cimeries, Kimaris; Rank: Marquis; Specialties: Lore, Occult, Black Magic, Occult Sorcery, Lord of Africa; Tarot Card: 7 of Swords; Candle Color: Violet; Incense: Jasmine; Planet: Moon; Metal: Silver; Opening hours: From 3 pm to 9 pm and from there until dawn; Zodiac Position: 25-29 degrees of Aquarius • February 14-18; Great Ruler: Corson (Egyn); Element earth; Direction: North; Enn/mantra: Ah-yer ah-vah-jay seh-core Ki-meh-jes; Enn pronunciation: Ayer avage secore Cimejes;
Cimejes teaches grammar, logic and is a spirit of divination that reveals hidden treasures of subconscious knowledge. Cimeries bestows strength of spirit and great courage, he makes heroes in battle. Cimejes / Cimeies / Kimaris is the Sixty-Six Spirit. He is a mighty Marquis, who appears in the form of a warrior riding a large black horse. This spirit rules over all the spirits that haunt Africa and rules over 20 Legions of Infernal Spirits.
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Cimeries is a Fallen Angel and 66th of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. Cimeries rules 20 Legions of Demons as marquis in Hell. He also governs the spirits in Africa. He appears as a valiant soldier riding a black horse. He teaches grammar, logic and rhetoric. He finds lost objects and buried treasures.
Kimaris, also known by the alternate names Cimeies, Cimejes, and Cimeries, is best known as the 66th genius of the first part of Lemegeton (popularly known as Ars Goetia). He is described as a pious warrior mounted on a black horse and possesses the abilities to locate lost or hidden treasures, teach trivium (grammar, logic and rhetoric) and transform a man into a warrior in his own likeness. He holds the rank of marquis, and is served by 20 legions. He also rules over all the spirits of Africa. Almost the same description is found in the earlier text of Johann Weyer's catalog of geniuses, Pseudomonarchia Daemonum (published in 1563). Earlier still is the Munich Handbook of Necromancy: Clm 849 (published by Richard Kieckhefer, as Forbidden Rites: a necromancer's manual of the 15th century 1998) which lists an entity called Tuvries with the same characteristics, except he has 30 legions of servants. , and can cause a person to cross seas and rivers quickly. Most likely, Tuvries is an incorrect transcription of Cymries.
Kimaris, like Cimeries, is also found in Anton LaVey's list of hellish names, although it is unknown why LaVey chose Kimaris as one of the few Goetic daimons included. Aleister Crowley, in 777, gives Kimaris the Hebrew spelling KYMAVR and assigns him to the fourth of discs and the third decan of Capricorn at night. KYMAVR may allude to "Khem-our" (black light), a form of Horus mentioned in HP Blavatsky's Secret Doctrine. In the Sepher Sephiroth, he is listed as KYTzAVR, with a gematria of 327, although KYMAVR = 277. As Tzaddi=90, which is also Mem in full, the gematric substitution can be deliberate or blind.
In Harleian Ms. 6482, titled “The Rosie Crucian Secrets” (printed by Aquarian Press, 1985), Dr. Rudd lists Cimeries as the 26th jinni worn by King Solomon. He also attributes a Cimeriel angel to one of Dee's Enochian Ensigns of Creation, the 24-mansion tablet (see McLean, Treatise on Angel Magic). The first mention of Chamariel is in Rossi's Gnostic treatise (see Meyer and Smith, Ancient Christian Magic). It is likely that the first mention of Kimaris is also Coptic, found in the East London book 6796 where the name “Akathama Chamaris” (Meyer and Smith) appears. In this text, the entity in question does not appear to be evil; instead, he is treated as a divine adjutant spirit. Baskin's Dictionary of Satanism speculates that the Cimeries are derived from the Cimmerians, a warrior people mentioned in the works of various classical authors as dwelling entirely in darkness. It is also possible that Cimeries is derived from Chimaira, the three-headed, fire-breathing lion-goat-serpent who eventually became one of the guardians of the underworld. There is precedent considering that the harmless Phoenix is also demonized in the Goetia.
🕯️From “The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King” (1904) Written by SL MacGregor Mathers🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️ CIMEJES, or CIMEIES, or KIMARIS. – The Sixty-sixth Spirit is Cimejes, or Cimeies, or Kimaris. He is a Marquis, Mighty, Great, Strong and Mighty, appearing as a Brave Warrior mounted on a beautiful Black Horse. He rules over all Spirits in parts of Africa. His job is to perfectly teach grammar, logic, rhetoric and discover lost or hidden things and treasures. He rules 20 Legions of Infernals;
🕯️From the “Pseudomonarchia Daemonum” (1583) Written by Johann Weyer (Johann Wier)🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️
The great Marquis Cimeries, commanding in the African regions, teaches Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric to perfection. He discovers the hidden treasures and opens them. He makes the man with the fastest speed look transformed into a soldier. He rides a big black horse. He presides over twenty legions.
🕯️From the “Dictionnaire Infernal” (1863 edition) Written by Jacques Auguste Simon Collin de Plancy🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️🕯️
Cimeries, great and mighty demon, marquis of the infernal empire. He commands African parties. He teaches grammar, logic and rhetoric; he discovers the treasures and reveals the hidden choices; it makes the man light in the race and gives the bourgeois the bold bearing of the military. The Marquis Cimeries, captain of twenty legions, is always mounted on a large black palfrey (Demonic Horse.)
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