name is also rendered as Beliel and Beliar. He seems to
be a god of some enemies of the Jews who was made into a
demon in Jewish estimation
and appears to be confused with the chief of the fallen
angels, that is Satan.
Paul appears to equate Belial with Satan when he asks, 'What
concord hath Christ with Belial?' (II Corinthians VI:15).
is not to be confused with another fallen angel called Bileth,
Beleth, Byleth, etc., whose sigil A.E. Waite offers in The
Book of Black Magic and Pacts and who is evil, or Beliael,
who is a good angel.
good angel is Bedaliel; he is a good angel
invoked to exorcise
bad angels like Belial.