Beelzebub is a demon notable for appearing by name in the Bible. He is often associated with flies and pestilence, and called the Lord of the Flies.
From The Bible:
"But when the Pharisees heard this, they said, “This man casts out demons only by Beelzebul the ruler of the demons.'"
This demon derived from the diety Charon
The grouping Binsfeld's classification of demons includes this demon.
The spells The art of seeing who has bewitched another's animals To conjure up the evil spirits to force a thief to return that which he has stolen Fart-runes To gain the love of Man or Woman invokes this demon.
This demon was of the angelic order Cherubim
Illustration of Beelzebubsource: archive.org
Timeline of related events
1410Lanterne of Light written (lists this demon)
1531Publication of Agrippa's Three Books of Occult Philosophy (lists this demon)
1563First known appearance of The Book of the Office of Spirits (lists this demon)
1577Book of Oberon completed (lists this demon)
1589Binsfeld's classification of demons written (includes this demon)
1608Publication of the Book of Abramelin (lists this demon)
1667Publication of Paradise Lost (lists this demon)
1670Publication of the Grimoire of Pope Honorious (lists this demon)