Demon/Daemon/Daimon: Modern definition – Lesser spirit or god. A devil in Christian mythology. Literal meaning for demon – “Replete with wisdom.” Derived from the greek “daimon” meaning divine power. Divine comes from the Latin “divus” meaning God. Hence Demons are Gods in their own right.

Demonic: Being as or resembling a demon.

Demoniac: A person possessed by demons.

Demonocracy: The demonic hierarchies/governments.

Demonographer: One who studies and records the history and description of demons.

Demonography: The history and description of demons.

Demonolator: One who practices demonolatry. (feminine: Demonolatress)

Demonolatry: The worship of demons and/or practicing magick with the aid of entities known as demons.

Demonologist : One who studies and catalogues demons. Also known as a Demonographer.

Demonology: The study and cataloguing of demons.

Demonomancy: Divination by means of demons according to some texts. Literally to raise demons.

Evocation: (from Latin word (from Latin word evocatio was the “calling forth” or “summoning away”) – is a magical act of commanding, forcing, threatening (with names and symbols – usually of Christianity) spiritual entity. Circle is created here every time to protect magician from summoned entity/energy and to bound, restrict entity within it. Magician is in that case outside the circle, demon inside.

Invocation: (from the Latin verb invocare “to call on, invoke, to give”) is a magickal act in which we invite (politely) a spiritual entity to come. Invocation can take also a form of a prayer. During that process we open ourselves to spiritual energy of an entity, allowing for natural, unrestricted communication, exchange of energies, sometimes merging of consciousnesses. If a circle is created during ritual (not always), it is used for balancing of energies, creating a suitable environment for magician and summoned entity. Both are within circle.

Naamah: Amen is used in prayers herein. Amen, meaning “So be it” in Hebrew, has even earlier origins in prayer. In ancient Egypt Amen was the hidden aspect (and highest power) of Amen Ra. To send the prayer to the highest, most hidden aspect of deity, Amen was said at the end of prayer. For Satanists and Daemonolaters, you may end your prayer with Satan, Naamah, Lucifer, or simply Amen.