Balam the King of Hell

Balam - the One , who is taking off his eyes.

Balam (also Balaam) is the Powerful and Terrible  Great King of Hell in the Ars Goetia of the Lesser  Key of Solomon. He rules 40 legions of spirits. 

Balam the King of Hell in the Ars Goetia of the Lesser Key of Solomon
Artwork by Coffeatus

He appears as a Hermit with Three heads - of  Man,  a Bull and  a Ram.  He has got the tail of Serpent.  Balam has sparking eyes full of blood. He carries a Hawk on his hand.  Bull is symbol of eternal power, of sacrifice and self-denial. Ram is the symbol of power, energy  of sun, impulsiveness and passion.   And his Hawk represents sun ray as Discovery, prophecy and vision.   Balam riding a bear.  This King of Hell speaks with the very hoarse voice and gives you truly answers about Past and Future.  He is able to make you invisible and witty.  Balam is demon of fortunetelling,  truth and secrets.  He is able to make you invisible not physically, but to make you act without anyone notice you and in such way he makes you feel calm and secure.  Rookies often confuse Balam  with Bael , because they both have three heads  and because their names sound a little bit same.  But they are totally different demons in all the meanings, the only they have in common its same origin.  You should summon Balam if you fight with  your  social  awkwardness  or if you wish  to find and solve truly  reasons of your shyness and discomfort.  As a gift he prefers Gold, which should be placed on Altar. 

This is the sigil of the demon Balam. The direct instructions of how  to call for him were written in the Lesser Key of Solomon / Goetia.
Balam sigil

BEST time to call for : 12 - 22  August,  3 - 7 December , night time
TITLE:              the King
DIRECTION:   north
ELEMENT:      earth 
PLANET:         Sun
METAL:           gold
PLANT:           oak
COLOR:          yellow
AROMA:         frankincense
ZODIAC:         Leo   
TO SUMMON: Lirach tasa vefa wehl Balam.

Balam the King of Hell in the Ars Goetia of the Lesser Key of Solomon