Daglus: Magoth’s Prince of Passion

Daglus

Working with the Demonic

Over the years I have developed complex relationships with a great number of ancient, non-human, intelligent, demonic powers; and I can attest to their tendency to specialize.

The more potent the demon, the greater the flexibility in their abilities to directly alter our objective universe, but specialization is an important quality of their existence and is central to their quest for increasingly coherent states of existence across the strata of dimensions comprising the multi-verse.

For the demonic sorcerer, this means that working within the wheelhouse of a given demon is not only more effective, but more appropriate. 

A Very Potent Demonic Prince

I want to discuss the demon Daglus. This lesser-known Prince is answerable to the mighty Infernal Commander Magoth (sub-Prince under the Great Infernal Monarchs).

Daglus is gifted with a ridiculously potent ability to immediately manifest complex requests in matters of passion and sexual love. 

My own experiences with this surgically precise, and physically potent demon have all been exceptional. Particularly in terms of speed, accuracy and level of alteration to reality. 

Watching him work has forced me to re-examine my entire understanding of demonic power multiple times over the years.  He is among the absolute cream of the Infernal crop. 

How to Work with Daglus

Daglus’ Special Powers that I have personally witnessed:

  • Manifesting sexual passion.
  • Restoring sexual desire in yourself or others.
  • Healing the bonds of passion that are foundational to healthy intimate relationships.
  • Manifesting/Restoring romantic passion of the sort that causes partners to be interested and enthusiastic about each other over the course of time.
  • Manifesting/Restoring interpersonal passion of basically any sort. 

Make a very clear and relevant statement of request. Spend time refining the words and sentence/phrase structures you use in your communications with demons. A well crafted request always pays dividends. 

Let’s look at the word “Passion” to get a better understanding of the potential applications of Daglus’ powers.

The Chain of Command

Daglus is answerable to a very powerful, high-ranking Demonic Commander named Magoth (alternate names include; Magot, Maguth, Magoa).

Magoth is the demon who grants access to the full power of Daglus. Therefore, in your ritual (or whatever format you are using), it is important that you first contact Magoth and request access to Daglus. 

Observing the chain of command is a show of appropriate respect and decorum and in my opinion produces better results than if you were to ignore Magoth and go straight to Daglus.

Don’t be dick. Talk to the boss first. The sigil below can be used to assist in contacting Magoth should you require sigils. 

Magoth Seal

Daglus Is Easy to Work With

I have used a variety of magical techniques and ritual formats to successfully contact and work with Daglus (and of course Magoth). Everything from the elaborate and formal to the impromptu communication from a recliner in a darkened room. 

And when the alteration is manifested it will almost always be unmistakable and awe-inspiring. It has been my experience that you will not be disappointed, or the least bit unsure of the effectiveness of your working. Here is a sigil for Daglus that I devised using the Demonic alphabet of Enoch Petrucelly, which can be found in his work “The Black Witch: A Grimoire of the Demonic Tongue”

Daglus: Demon of Passion
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