Other names: Valefar, Malephar;Rank: Duke;Specialties: Health;Tarot Card: 4 of Wands;Candle color: Green;Incense: Sandalwood;Venus planet;Metal: Copper;Time: Freely evoked, from dawn to dusk;Zodiac Position: 25-29 degrees of Aries • April 15-19;Great Ruler: Corson (Egyn);Element earth;Direction: North;Enn/mantra: Key-man veh-fa tah-sa Val-ef-r;Enn pronunciation: Keyman vefa tasa Valefor;
This spirit can be called upon to guard the room where one sleeps and feed itself in whatever ways come close. Valefor is also a guide in the necromantic arts, communication, with the dead, etc. Valefor is an expert in occult medicine, and is able to magically cure any and all ills. It gives dexterity with hands and makes the mind sharp. He can change men into animals in astral projection and teaches them how to steal. Valefar is a daemon used in spells and spells of healing and spiritual protection and magic works of communication with the spiritual side.The sixth spirit is Valefor, Valefar or Malephar. He is a mighty duke, and appears in the form of a lion with a donkey's head, screaming. He is a good familiar, but eventually steals. He rules 10 legions of spirits. Valefor is a vampiric spirit/demon who operates through the astral body and dreams.
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Do “Dictionnaire Infernal” (edição de 1863) Writing by Jacques Auguste Simon Collin de PlancyTexto Original: Valafar or Malafar, great and powerful duke of the infernal empire. He appears in the form of an angel, sometimes in that of a lion with the head and legs of a goose and a hare's tail. He knows the past and the future, gives genius and audacity. to men, and commands thirty-six legions.
One of the manifestations of the Egyptian god Set is that of a human with the head of a donkey, and in some murals this form of the neter was represented being killed by several other neters commanded by Osiris, symbolizing the victory of the intellect over the instincts. In Valefor's symbology, however, the donkey's head commands a lion's body, signifying the victory of instincts over strength and royalty.
Therefore, Valefor convinces people to steal, commanding their psyche with his Trickster character, just like Set. The need for dexterity for the ass-instigated thievery joins the lion's dexterity, giving him this power.
Also, healing diseases related to the lioness Sekhmet remains another of his powers.
The angel Lelahel commands, on its negative side, ambition, the thirst for power over men, and influences those who seek to obtain fortunes through illicit means. However, on its positive side, it provides the cure for ailments. Both traits are related to Valefor.
The planets Mercury and Earth are related to Valefor in the sense that they confer, respectively, rapid movement (like the god Hermes), and revitalization of the physical body (like the goddess Gaia).
The Tower represents a way of earning riches that is effective, but it can collapse at any time if not properly taken care of, and if the foundation is not firm enough.
ABSTRACTNUMBER: 6;NAME: Valefor;OTHER NAMES: Valefar, Valafar, Malaphar, Malephar;ELEMENTS: Dexterity, Robbery;MEANING: Baal Peor;HIERARCHY: Duke;LEGIONS: 10;APPEARANCE: A donkey-headed lion;POWERS: Steal and instigate people to steal, bestow dexterity, cure diseases;ISOPSEFIA: In modern language, 700+1+20+5+6+50+80=862=16=7;TAROT: 7 of DIAMONDS;ASTROLOGY: Venus in Aries;DECANATE: 20th-30th Taurus (day);MUL.APIN MU.BU.KESH.DA / aDra (Thuban)ANGEL: Lelahel;ENTITY: Set and Sekhmet;OTHERS: Symbology of the donkey and the lion in Egypt and in fables;