Rides A Pale Horse
It is an alien face that stares out at you from Aaron C. Donahue's remote viewed drawing of the mystery spirit
Piercing dark eyes and a tiny mark indicating a small, turned down mouth are the only marks on this pale, almost
formless head, neck and upper torso. Not a friendly face here. The rest of Beleth is hidden behind a slanting line that might
be a wall or window. A square dark object can be seen pressed against the back, a hind of a support of a seat. Is Beleth in
Aaron presented his drawing with an announcement that Beleth is a powerful King, one who has important work to
do. Beleth is bent on saving the Earth from destruction by the drove of humans that have become too thick in their numbers.
Like locusts they now consume everything in their path.
Even though his picture and the sigil is posted on Aaron's web site, Donahue has not written anything about Beleth.
The missing personal comment causes us to search for clues about the role this important Goetian Spirit is directed to play
in future events.
The old masters seemed perplexed as well. They wrote little about Beleth, except to give us one important clue.
"He rides on a horse as trumpets and other musical instruments play before him," reports S. L. MacGregor Mathers.
"He is a difficult demon to summon, but if the proper proceedings are followed, he will yield."
Perhaps Beleth has been waiting to be summoned for a particular job.
Johann Wier adds that "Bileth
is a great king and a terrible, riding on a pale horsse. . . " Other summoners also mention the presence of a pale horse in
their writings as well.
They say he appears on this horse as a powerful man, dressed in armor, as if prepared for battle. Some have seen
fire spew from his mouth. But to this day, no one has ever reported harm coming to them from an encounter with Beleth.
Could Beleth be part of the Biblical "End Times" prophecy? Is he a spirit that has been waiting to help trigger
The Book of the Revelation, Chapter Six, tells of the opening of the Seven Seals. In verse eight, following the
opening of the fourth seal, the author writes: "And I looked and, behold, a pale horse, and his name that sat on him was Death.
. . And power was given unto him over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and
with the beasts of the earth."
Beleth is, indeed, a powerful king. He rules over 85 legions of spirits.