Olympian Spirits

  • Ancient Gods
  • 1 min

By Crusader1307

 The term ''Olympian Spirits'' (sometimes referred to as ''Olympik Spirits'') – is used to describe various ''Old Creation'' Deities common with various forms of Pagan or Conjuring Magic practices and rituals. They seem to have first appeared in literature (Grimoires), in the 16th Century AD. Olympian Spirits are part of both The Universe (seen and unseen) and some forms of Earth's Elemental Conjuring (Earth, Water, Wind and Fire). Said to be numbering (7) – The Olympians are closely linked to The Planets of our Solar System. Each is seen as being ''Ruler'' of such. Much of their powers and descriptions are also similar to The Lessor Key of Solomon, which lists all of Hell's Archdemons. They are however, not seen as part of that ''realm'' – but distinct. The Seven are – Aratron, Bethor, Phaleg, Och, Hagith, Ophiel and Phul. Some sources state that there are actually (14) ''Gods'' but many see these additional number as ''demi-Spirits'' or Associates. HP Lovecraft – Master Storyteller of The Arcane, was said to have been somewhat influenced by The Olympian Spirits.