Psychic, Occult and Mystical Definitions

Letter: C








Also Cabirus. Certain deities, probably of Phrygian origin, worshipped in Asia Minor, Greece and the islands. The traditional four deities are Axierus, Axiocersa, Axiocersus and Cadmilus, who promoted fertility and safe-guarded mariners.




Kabbala, Kabalah, Kabala, Cabala, Cabbala, Cabalah, Cabbalah, Qabala, Qabbala, Qabalah and Qabbalah.

Specifically, the Jewish esoteric theosophy; the system of esoteric mystical speculation and practice that developed during the 12th-century and crystallized in 13th-century Spain and Provence, France, around Sefer ha-zohar (The Book of Splendor), referred to as the Zohar, and generated all later mystical movements in Judaism. It is largely mathematical in nature, concentrating on the configurations of certain magical words, anagrams, angels, etc.


Also known as Caasimola, Caasimolar, Glasyalabolas and Glasya. A demon commanding thirty-six infernal legions and described as a 'dog with griffon wings'.