What is the origin of the demonology? Some scholars suggest that the origins of early Greek Old Testament demonology can be traced to two distinctive and often competing mythologies of evil— Adamic and Enochic. The first tradition— the Adamic tradition— ties demons to the fall of man caused by the serpent who beguiled Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
What is the name of the demon in the Bible? Names for the Devil are numerous: Besides Lucifer, he may be referred to as the Prince of Darkness, Beelzebub, Mephistopheles, Baphomet, Lord of the Flies, the Antichrist, Father of Lies, Moloch or simply Satan. The book of Ezekiel includes another Biblical passage Christians refer to as proof of the Devil’s existence.
Who started demonology? In 1597, King James VI of Scotland published a compendium on witchcraft lore called Daemonologie.
What are the four demons? Wierus omitted, however, the four demons of the cardinal points: Orient, Ponymon, Amaymon and Equi (see Agrippa’s classification) and the three great governors of all the other demons: Lucifer, Beelzebub and Satan.