In demonology, Valefar is a Duke of Hell. He tempts people to steal and is in charge of a good relationship among thieves. Valefar is considered a good familiar by his associates "till they are caught in the trap". He commands ten legions of demons.
He is represented as a lion with the head of a man, or as a lion with the head of a donkey.
Other spellings: Malaphar, Malephar, Valafar, Valefor.
- Waite, Arthur Edward (1913), The Book of Ceremonial Magic, Chapter IV: "The Mysteries of Goëtic Theurgy according to the Lesser Key of Solomon the King: Demons: I. (Baal) to IX. (Paimon)", p. 197 at sacred-texts.com
- Waite (1913), The Book of Ceremonial Magic, footnote #7
- Mathers, S. L. MacGregor; Crowley, Aleister (Editors - 1904), The Lesser Key of Solomon, "Goetia: Shemhamphorash", p. 23, at sacred-texts.com
- S. L. MacGregor Mathers, A. Crowley, The Goetia: The Lesser Key of Solomon the King (1904). 1995 reprint: ISBN 0-87728-847-X.
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