In Démonologie, Byleth (or also Beleth, Ticket or Bileth ) are a demon, one of the kings of the Enfer, it is sitted on a white Cheval, preceded by trumpets and musicians of any kind. It holds a silver plated ring with the finger of the left hand against its face, because it is the use of the kings and the atrocious princes before Amaymon.
Prince of the nightmare, his capacity allows to haunt the sleep of a victim.
According to the catalog Pseudomonarchia Daemonum , the son of Noah was the first to have called it after the Déluge, and wrote a book on the Mathématiques with his assistance. While appearing, it looks at the evocative one very savagely to frighten it or check if it is courageous. The invoker must be brave, and hold a hazel nut magic wand in his hand. He must also trace a triangle whose tops point towards the south, is, and the top and to place itself inside to order Byleth by means of some conspiracies. The exorcist which evokes it needs much prudence because he obeys only with fury. If he does not obey, all the wizard must prepare threats and conspiracies; then Beleth will obey and do all that is ordered. However, the invokers must be respectful and make homage to Byleth because of its row. Byleth can give any love of the men and the women who it is ordered until the wizard is satisfied.
It was formerly about the powers; he hopes for one day to go up in the sky on the seventh throne.
Quatre-vingts-cinq legions are under its orders.
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