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Rabbi Isaac ha-Kohen On The Habitation Of Demons - The Darksome Atmosphere


On the relationship of Samael and Lilith and of Asmodeus and Lilith, Rabbi Isaac ha-Kohen writes:

And now we shall speak about that third Air. The masters of tradition said that a tradition was transmitted to their fathers that this Air is divided into three parts, an upper one, a middle one, and a lower one. The upper one was given to Asmodeus, the great king of the demons, and he does not have permission to accuse or cause harm except on Mondays, as the masters of the tradition had mentioned. And we, with the help of our Creator, shall expand in this treatise [on this subject] to the extent that we can. Now Asmodeus, even though he is called ‘the great king,” is subservient to Samael, and he is called ‘the great prince,’ when compared with the emanated powers below him. And Asmodeus is governed by him and serves him. The Grand Old Lilith is the mate of Samael, the great prince and the great king of all demons. Asmodeus, the king of the demons, has as mate Younger Lilith. The masters of this tradition discuss and point out many wonderful details concerning the form of Samael and the form of Asmodeus and the image of Lilith, the bride of Samael and of Lilith the bride of Asmodeus. Happy is he who merits this knowledge. Rabbi Isaac ha-Kohen

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Summa Th. I EN Qu.64 a.4 Article: 4 Whether our atmosphere is the demons' place of punishment?
Objection: 
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