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Nergal (Dungeons & Dragons) — Nergal Game background Home plane Nine Hells Power level Duke of Hell Alignment Lawful Evil Design details Nergal is an outcast Duke of Hell, one of the Rabble of Devilkin, in the Dungeons Dragons role … Wikipedia
Kakabel — (Kabaiel, Kochab, Kochbiel, Kokbiel) ANGEL who is both good and evil. In 1 Enoch, Kakabel is a FALLEN ANGEL who commands 365,000 DEMONs and teaches astrology. In the Sefer Raziel, Kakabel is a high angel and prince who rules over stars and… … Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology
Kokabiel — (Kabiel, Kakabiel, Kochab, Kochbiel, Kokbiel) FALLEN ANGEL also described as a good angel. Kokabiel means “star of God.” In 1 Enoch Kokabiel is a fallen angel who commands 365,000 DEMONs. In 3 Enoch he is prince of the stars, commanding 365 … Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology