According to the Lemegeton (Book of the Spirits), a famous work attributed to King Solomon, Vassago was one of the seventy-two spirits to be conjured up by magical evocation. Vassago is described as a prince in the hierarchy of genii, favored by those who would know the unknown; he could tell of the future and find anything lost or stolen. As with other princes among the spirits, Vassago could be conjured into a mystical triangle, but kings and emperors among the spirits could be conjured into a magical crystal.
(See also crystal gazing )
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