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Is Pazuzu named by a Goetic Demon? I'm researching the "Zozo" demon, history, roots etc.
Pazuzu is not a Goetic demon. His association with "Abrahamitic" demons starts in 1971 with the book "The Exorcist", and no mentions of him are present in previous occult texts.The demon Zozo is likely not connected with Pazuzu, and is mentioned nowhere but in the Dictionnaire Infernal (and even there he isn't given any description). The name was probably made up/revealed (depending on if you believe in demons or not) during the exorcisms.
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