History of the Demon Malphas
Malthus (also Halphas, Malthas, or Malthous) is Christian Demonlogy is an Earl of Hell and is the demon of war and magic which specializes in magical warfare. According to King Soloman’s Goetia, he commands 26 legions of demons. Visually he is said to come to the summoner as a crow, and is said to possess rough voice when speaking. Summoners have summoned this demon in hopes of attaining Malphas enemy secrets. This demon being a master of magic, he can both create and destroy. He manipulates the thoughts and desires of enemies. As a master of magical
creation, it seems that he is particularly involved in the building of magical artifacts, including bringing inanimate objects to life, such as golems. To advanced summoners Malphas also provides good familiars to assist in the magical arts. We speculated that the demon Malphas could also take the form of ZoZo on the Ouija Board due to its connection with crows, and the rough voice that is often captured during EVP sessions.
By all accounts, Malphas has one of the most powerful presences among all of the demons. When communicating with demons, an experienced summoner can usually see the aura surrounding them. The color and size of the aura are representative of one’s true nature, at least in the moment. Summoners able to see the auras of demons describe a typical demon aura as being bright blue, which signifies a high spiritual level and advanced mental/psychic abilities. Of all of the demons, Malphas has arguably the biggest aura, also bright blue. It is said that one can literally feel his power through this aura alone.
Those who attempt to summon Malphas should be aware that he does not favor sacrifices as is sometimes said. He will accept a sacrifice to him graciously, but will then deceive the summoner from that point forward. By shunning sacrifices he seems to be implying that those who overly value material things (including gifts) are not focusing their energy properly on the unseen, untouchable, and thus magical. To give a physical gift to one who values only the untouchable is not necessarily an insult, but a sign that the summoner is not ready to understand what Malphas has to teach them.