In demonology, a demon, a great and mighty duke of Hell.
One of the fallen angels and 16th of the 72 spirits of Solomon (the 72 demons of the Goetia), Zepar is a duke of Hell who appears as a soldier wearing red clothes and armor.
Zepar's most important infernal duties are related to love, lust and sodomy. It is said that he is capable of seducing women by taking the human form of their husbands or lovers.
Zepar is one aspect of the Crone as well, making women barren. He is likewise considered a familiar of Babalon-Lilith. He can also inspire women and men to lust and love.
Zepar commands 26 infernal legions of the damned, a troop of vicious demons who assist him in his nefarious endeavors.
One may work through Zepar as a means of obtaining the union of another female, or creating a shadow form of a succubus via dreaming sorcery. According to some sources, Zepar tries to seduce men by means of pederasty.
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Sources: (1) Masello, Robert, Fallen Angels. . . and Spirits of the Dark, The Berkley Publishing Group; (2) Plangiere, Grimoirium Verum: Containing the Most Approved Keys of Solomon, Trident Books; (3) Guiley, Rosemary Ellen and Zaffis, John, The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology, Checkmark Books; (4) Mathers, S.L. MacGregor, Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon, CreateSpace Publishers.
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