As humans continue to live on plannet Earth and in the physical body, they are bound to be under some unseen spiritual influences. Their influences are Demonic in nature and they act with the sole aim of causing people to sin and rebel against their maker, hence destroying then at last.
But then there is need to understand the spiritual forces that tend to influence humans, their names, pictures and mode of operation.
Below are list of four (4) deadly sins that you need to know and the demons Responsible for each influence and hope it does it:
1. Asmodeus – LUST
2. Belphegor – GLUTTONY
3. Mammon – GREED
4. Beelzebub – ENVY
Asmodeus (Demon of Lust)
Asmodeus is the demon of lust, the third of the seven deadly sins, and of jealousy, anger and revenge, and the 32nd of the 72 Spirits of Solomon.
Asmodeus Chief objectives are to prevent copulation between a man and his wife, wreck new marriages and force husband to commit adultery.
So whenever you begin to LUST after anybody, male or female that is not your spouse, know for sure that this is the demon (asmodeus) that had possessed you.
He’s also one of the chief demons involved in cases of possession.
His name is derived from Aeshma one of the seven archangels.
According to the Hebrews, he is the son of Naamah and Shamrdon. Prior to his fall from heaven, he was part is the seraphim, the highest order of Angels. This as you can see if one of the fallen Angels from heaven, those who rebelled against God in heaven with Lucifer and thrown down to earth.
Throughout history, he had been regarded as one of the most evil of Satan’s infernal demons. He is usually portrayed as having the heads, those of an ogre, a ram and a bull
Asmodeus has his roots in ancient Persia.
The book of Tobit tells how Asmodeus lusted after a young woman named Sarah and killed each of her seven husbands before the marriages could be consummated. With an eighth suitor, Tobias, in her life, Sarah prayed to God for help.
God sent down the archangel Raphael, who instructed Tobias in her to make an incense of the heart and liver of a glanos fish, which would drive away Asmodeus.
Beelzebub (Demon of Envy)
Beelzebub is the demon that possesses people to envy others, He is known in Demonology as one of the seven princes of Hell. He is also referred to as the “Lord of the flyers” or Lord of Flies because he’s capable flying.
In cases of possession, getting rid of Beelzebub can only be done by someone who is minutely familiar with the attributes of Beelzebub and the methods of weakening him so that he leaves the person he has possessed.
Beelzebub is closely linked with blood and sacrifice and the flies attracted by them, which is why sacrifice is sometimes required to be freed from possession by Beelzebub.
This sacrifice can take many forms, including “possession transfer”. For example, when all else fails, those who are specialist in chasing demons have been known to bring live chicken into the picture, knowing that Beelzebub would immediately possess the live chicken, thus leaving the original victim for a while.
If guess knowing the Demon your are dealing with will help you pray appropriately.
This demon is not known in India but in the middle East and West, he is very well known.
Sometimes another name for Beelzebub is the devil, similar to Satan.
The name is derived from the Philistine god formally worshipped in Ekron and later adopted by Abrahamic Religion as a major demon.
Belphegor (Demon of Gluttony)
In Demonology, Belphegor (Lord of Gap) is a demon, and one of the seven princes of Hell, he helps people to make discoveries. He seduces people by suggesting to them ingenious inventions that will make them rich.
Belphegor is involved by persons who wish to find fame and wealth through invention, often with a little effort as possible. These wishes, as with almost any Demonic invocation, are some to fail, because Belphegor’s true mission is to draw the lazy into the sin of Sloth.
Belphegor draws people into procrastination and idle dreaming rather than producing, thus damming them. Some teachers claim that he must be worshipped in the toilet, with Offerings being the residues of one’s digestion. This has led some to conclude that Belphegor is the god pet (Fart).
Bishop and Witch-Hunter Peter Binsfeld beloved that Belphegor tempts by means of laziness. He also classified the Demon Belphegor as the Chief Demon of the deadly sin Known as Sloth in Christian tradition.
Mammon (Demon of Greed)
In the new testament of the Bible is commonly thought to mean money, material wealth, or any entire that promises wealth, and is associated with the greedy pursuit of gain.
Mammon in Hebrew means “Money”. The word was adopted to modern Hebrew to mean wealth.
Mammon was commonly personified as the demon of wealth and greed.
I guess the knowledge you have gained from these types of Demons, will help you know which one is at wo rk in your life and Check it out by prayers as you call out the Demon by Name!!!