Have you ever wondered what the name Bezeha means? The name Bezeha is an anagram of 3 demons from the book “The Goetia”, the 3 names combined are Beleth, Zepar and Halphas.
In demonology, Beleth also spelled Bilet, Bileth, Byleth and Bilith is a mighty and terrible king of Hell, who has eighty-five legions of demons under his command. He rides a pale horse, and all kinds of music is heard before him, according to most authors on demonology and the most known grimoires.
Zepar has the appearance of an imp, with a potbelly, horns sprouting out of his head and bat wings on his back. He appears to always have a mischievous smile on his face. Zepar initially presents himself as a vainglorious individual who does not like it when things does not go his way. However, he was not nescient about this fact, as he aplogised later for his initial behavoir, as Zepar was dissembling his true motives so he can test his King Candidates. Zepar believes that a king must live a lonesome existence, being au fait of the fact that the betrayal, of a king’s allies, would cause the quietus of a king and everything he ruled; thus, like Leraje, Zepar prefers if the world was not ruled by a single king.
In demonology, Halphas (listed in Rudd’s edition as Malthas, and in the Crowley/Mathers edition as Halphas, Malthus, or Malphas) is the thirty-eighth demon in the Ars Goetia in the Lesser Key of Solomon ranked as an earl. Most manuscripts describe Halphas as a hoarse-voiced stock dove (though Weyer and Colin de Plancy’s Dictionnaire Infernal describe him as a stork), who supplies weapons and ammunition for towers (Weyer and de Plancy have “towns” or “villes” instead), sends men to war, and commands 26 legions of spirits.
The first 2 letters of these demons combined, feature the name BeZeHa. On the upcoming second album of Bezeha there will be a song which will explain how these names were combined.
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