Egyptian Spirit Vual
By James Donahue
There is a mystery surrounding the forty-seventh Goetia Spirit Vual. He seems to be linked to the Egyptian culture.
When evoked in a remote viewing session he appeared as an alien dressed in Egyptian garb and posing in front of the pyramids. His coat appears to be too long for him and the bottom, extending beyond the spirit's feet, lies flat on the ground in front of him.
The old magicians said Vual always appeared to them first as a camel, but on request changed himself to human form. When he speaks, he speaks in the Egyptian language. More recently he has spoken in colloquial Coptic, another form of Egyptian language used by the Christians.
The mystery, of course, is why this spirit attaches itself to the Egyptian culture. Was he among the many gods worshipped by the ancient Egyptians?
Another mystery about Vual is that he once appeared as a great ape when evoked by the masters. He only changed into his human form upon request.
Known by other names, including Uvall and Voval, this spirit is said to procure the love of a woman for the practitioner who summons him. He also creates friendship between foes. Perhaps he will work his magic in the area he relates to; the Middle East.
A duke, Vual commands 37 legions of demons.