Flauros demon sticker from 1863 illustration in Dictionnaire Infernal
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"Flauros a strong duke, is seene in the forme of a terrible strong leopard, in humane shape, he sheweth a terrible countenance, and fierie eies, he answereth trulie and fullie of things present, past, and to come; if he be in a triangle, he lieth in all things and deceiveth in other things, and beguileth in other busines, he gladlie talketh of the divinitie, and of the creation of the world, and of the fall; he is constrained by divine vertue, and so are all divels or spirits, to burne and destroie all the conjurors adversaries. And if he be commanded, he suffereth the conjuror not to be tempted, and he hath twentie legions under him."
-Reginald Scot, The Discoverie of Witchcraft
The sticker is derived from Louis Le Breton's illustration of Flauros in the 1863 edition of the Dictionnaire Infernal.
Images are not intended to show scale. Stickers are made to order, and will ship out in about 3 days.