Clauneck (also called Claunt) is a goetic daemon appearing in the grimoires The Secrets of Solomon (The Secrets of Solomon is a 16th or 17th century diabolical text. It contains an early version of many of the demons listed in Grimorium Verum. This grimoire is in the tradition of Solomon), Grimorium Verum and Dictionnaire Infernal. One of the eighteen Servitors of Syrach, Clauneck is well loved by Lucifer, and he is summoned because he has the ability to bestow wealth, either by bringing money over a great distance or by assisting in the discovery of hidden treasure. Clauneck is the demon of wealth, known to be obedient to his summoners, but only to those who show him the proper respect.

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  • Clauneck (also called Claunt) is a goetic daemon appearing in the grimoires The Secrets of Solomon (The Secrets of Solomon is a 16th or 17th century diabolical text. It contains an early version of many of the demons listed in Grimorium Verum. This grimoire is in the tradition of Solomon), Grimorium Verum and Dictionnaire Infernal. One of the eighteen Servitors of Syrach, Clauneck is well loved by Lucifer, and he is summoned because he has the ability to bestow wealth, either by bringing money over a great distance or by assisting in the discovery of hidden treasure. Clauneck is the demon of wealth, known to be obedient to his summoners, but only to those who show him the proper respect. The Grimorium Verum says this about Clauneck, he “has power over, goods, money, and finances”, “can bestow great wealth”, and finally, “he is much loved by Lucifer”. Clauneck “much loved by Lucifer” is an agent thereof, and so entrusted with accessing astral bank vault. Clauneck is who a myriad of modern-day Hermetic occultists demand or beg money from, and while rightly so this is where their understanding of Clauneck's vast dominion begins and ends. In the Grimorium Verum Clauneck is first or “numero uno” in the ordering of the eighteen servitor spirits. Clauneck's numbering demonstrates his supremacy within the legion's hierarchy, and denotes the respect held for him by Lucifer. However even more importantly the number one is the first indication of value by which all value is essentially an addition or subtraction of “1” or a sum totals of “1s”. It is through Clauneck that the tradition contained within the Grimorium Verum can go from “0” or un-manifested to “1” meaning manifested, or a no-thing to a some-thing. A brief dissection of Clauneck's sigil helps glean insight into his nature. The sigil of Clauneck is an amalgamation of the brain, eye, and heart with a hint of the male phallus (the function is the same in respect to female genitalia). The brain, eye, heart and phallus are four weighing scales by which merit is assessed. 1. The brain with knowledge and experience. 2. The eye deciphering ascetic and contour. 3. The heart through emotional reactions. 4. The phallus by way of sexual charge or interest. Clauneck's sigil illustrates how we weigh the merit of whom and what we interact with. As a spirit of acquisition, commerce, and wealth, Clauneck is “free market” in the most extreme sense. Just like the “market” Clauneck has no moral objections to crimes against humans, and will offer advice on trafficking humans as dispassionately as he would if queried on the selling of cupcakes. Clauneck cares nothing for the product itself, but instead its worth. As off-putting as this seems it terms of unnerving frankness and uncorrupted honesty, Clauneck is priceless in his unbiased counsel. All initiates of the Goetic tradition must willingly stand on Clauneck's “auction block”. What transpires is a mentally arduous and physically excruciating ritual in which Clauneck evaluates the potential of the subject. A rough but fair rendering is issued and the seeker is left to consider his or her options. Those truly desiring strength will heed the verdict and commit themselves to the labors handed down to remedy the discovered shortcomings. Those who ignore Clauneck's ruling possibly find themselves bought and sold. The mystic or magician would invoke Clauneck to make a full assessment of their own strengths and weaknesses. There is no other Goetic spirit who can tell you with such exactitude what you ought to either ditch or apply ample spit and polish in order to better sell yourself to potential employers, friends or lovers than Clauneck. Clauneck is conjured with regularity to promote health, wealth and wellbeing. Clauneck falls under the planet Mercury with Virgo as his zodiac sign (27°), which stands for extremity. Clauneck is a day demon, there is no seal of Clauneck because Clauneck is not one of the 72 demons summoned by King Solomon. Clauneck works under Duke Syrach. (en)
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  • Clauneck (also called Claunt) is a goetic daemon appearing in the grimoires The Secrets of Solomon (The Secrets of Solomon is a 16th or 17th century diabolical text. It contains an early version of many of the demons listed in Grimorium Verum. This grimoire is in the tradition of Solomon), Grimorium Verum and Dictionnaire Infernal. One of the eighteen Servitors of Syrach, Clauneck is well loved by Lucifer, and he is summoned because he has the ability to bestow wealth, either by bringing money over a great distance or by assisting in the discovery of hidden treasure. Clauneck is the demon of wealth, known to be obedient to his summoners, but only to those who show him the proper respect. (en)
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