What language Angels and demons speaks- By Steve Ramsey

 The original heaven languages are Aramaic, Arabic , Hebrew and the admits sort of language that God spoke to Adam

in early language angels and demons did not know but later they managed to know the languages that God allowed them to learn

to help humanity or test them Demons are spiritual beings and can know all languages. This is done through the spirit. Remember that a gift of the Holy Spirit is to speak in tongues.

Demons are also known to have this gift.  Also, when exorcising spirits, many have noticed that they sometimes spoke fluently in a language the possessed person had never studied. Even too, while under hypnosis, people have recorded that the participant spoke in an ancient language not commonly known by the majority of the population. Could it be that we are tapping into the demon’s memories.    

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Prophets cast out devils/spirits in different languages, perhaps the language would depend on the host that thinks in such error/s. Without the Truth we surely are subject/slave to our own lies. Hope this helps.  

  • Source(s): “When the event was come, they brought unto him many that were possessed with devils: and he cast out the spirits with [his] word, and healed all that were sick: That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Esaias the prophet, saying, Himself took our infirmities, and bare [our] sicknesses.” (Matthew 8:16-17)                   

Demons speaks many different languages.  Latin is too painfully obvious, and ethnocentric, to say the least.  Who speaks Latin, after all?  Dead Romans and Catholic priests.  While I’m sure the Roman Empire as well as the Catholic Church sent a fair share of unrepentant  degenerates straight to Hell, there is no reason to assume that the lingua franca of the infernal set is Latin, unless of course the Catholic Church has been theologically accurate all along, as opposed to oh, every other religion that has ever existed. 

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 Aramaic is other demon language  alphabet largely being based on Phoenician.  French has been suggested, but we’ll chalk that one up to cultural bias.  The Korowai of Papua New Guinea consider Indonesian to be a “demonic language”, but that’s a bit to local to extrapolate to the demon population in general.  Still the question remains.  What language do demons file their TPS reports in?

Occult scholars appear to come down on the side of a language called Enochian (sometimes referred to as Angelical, Celestial Language, or Adamical i.e. the language spoken by Adam in the Garden of Eden). 

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Enochian, thus named because according to Welsh mathematician and occultist John Dee (1527-1608 A.D.), who claimed the language of the angels was revealed to him during a late night of scrying (staring into some sort of translucent material until you get groovy) and general loopiness with his spirit medium buddy Edward Kelley (1555-1597 A.D.), got word from on high that the Biblical patriarch Enoch was the last living man who could understand the language of the angels.  Dee never called it Enochian himself, but his contemporary magicians, who in the 16th Century England were pretty much indistinguishable from scientists thought it sounded catchy. 

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Those sourpuss, modern comparative linguists who have taken a look at Enochian call it a “constructed” language, basically mimicking a mix of ancient languages with grammar derived primarily from English.  Yes, Mr. Esoterx, I hear you saying, but that’s what angels speak, and we’re talking about demons.  Work with me here, Gomer.  Angels are thought to have been around pretty much forever. 

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Demons are generally thought of in the Abrahamic tradition and its direct precursors as some form of fallen angels.  So, bam, you’re in the Pit, having just gotten the mother of all smack downs from the big guy.  You stand up, look around and say…well, probably a witty catch phrase like, “Strange things are afoot at the Cricle-K” if Milton is to be believed, but you probably said it Enochian, because that was the language you were speaking when you got your hat handed to you at the Pearly Gates.  This is actually a fairly amusing idea, that is, that angels and demons share a common language.

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First, a little about Enochian.  Its consist of 21 letters received from on high (take that as you will), we are told, on exactly March 26, 1583 by Edward Kelley, followed by a book in Enochian consisting of ninety-eight 49 X 49 character tables (magic squares for those of you who hadn’t figured that out already, and c’mon, how do you expect to get anywhere without a little sympathetic magic?), that together comprised what was called the Liber Loagaeth (“Book of Speech from God”).  Rudely, the angels didn’t bother to translate the Enochian into plain English.

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  So you end up with 98 texts and an alphabet, none of which mean anything.   A year later and apparently in order to correct this celestial oversight, angels reportedly sent Kelley an additional forty-eight 49 X 49 magic squares, which Dee called the Claves Angelicae. 

Unfortunately, there were a lot of discrepancies between the Enochian in the Liber Loagaethand Claves Angelicae, generously referred to as “stylistic differences”, so a basic Enochian vocabulary was possible, but there are thousands of Enochian words in Dee’s diaries as well as the Liber Loagaeth that we have no clear idea what the intended meaning was.  Either that or the dialect spoken in West Heaven differs from that of East Heaven. 

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You just can’t have a good eternal mystery without, well, a little mystery.  A particularly salient point brought up by those pesky linguists, other than the fact that Enochian pretty much seems to use English syntax despite its funky characters, is that it doesn’t seem to share phonetic features of natural languages (and when a linguist says that, they’re pretty much saying it was “synthesized” i.e. “made up”), and more interestingly, that it seems to share a lot of features with glossolalia, also called “speaking in tongues”.  Lots of magical societies involved in Western Occultism, have since decided that Enochian is the true language of ritual magic.

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It’s never been clear to me why angels would share this language with us.  It’s a little like a lawyer explaining what the Latin in the contract means.  Not likely to happen, and certainly not in their interest.  Far be it from me to accuse Dee and Kelley of charlatanism, since ultimately they were just trying to answer the same question I am – if the divine menagerie speaks, what language is it in?  I just don’t have the attention span to stare into a bowl of water until the angels talk to me. 

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The only voice I hear keeps telling me “Get a horse”, and I’m pretty sure there are no theological implications behind that.  I don’t even really have the patience for cooking anything in the microwave that takes longer than three minutes, which puts severe limitations on the career as a 16th Century English wizard that I’ve always thought would make a good Plan B.  I find the answer that Demons speak Enochian when talking among themselves strangely unsatisfying.  I think I’ll fall back on French.

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References
Dee, John, 1527-1608. A True & Faithful Relation of What Passed for Many Years Between Dr. John Dee … And Some Spirits: Tending, Had it Succeeded, to a General Alteration of Most States And Kingdoms In the World … As Also the Letters of Sundry Great Men And Princes … to the Said D. Dee … Out of the Original Copy Written With Dr. Dee’s Own Hand, Kept In the Library of Sir Tho. Cotton, Kt. Baronet. Glasgow: Antonine Pub. Co. , 1974.

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Thank you for reading.

Steve Ramsey, PhD.  Calgary- Alberta – Canada. 

2 Comments

  • Avatar Muskaan says:

    I loved reading this. The way you write, it’s awesome. You’re really funny. I’m just gonna go and read up everything you’ve ever written. 🙂 Thanks for this article.

    • Steve Ramsey Steve Ramsey says:

      Greeting from Calgary, Thank you. I try to make sense and use common sense when I tell a story and have fun with it
      without losing the facts and important points , it is all about brainstorming ideas and asking the questions .

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