Agares (also Agarat, Agaros, or Agarus) is a demon described in demonological grimoires such as the Livre des Esperitz (as Agarat), the Pseudomonarchia Daemonum, the Lesser Key of Solomon (or Lemegeton), and the Dictionnaire Infernal as a duke "under the powers of the east," an "old man, riding upon a crocodile, and carrieng a hawke on his fist," who teaches languages, stops and retrieves runaway persons, causes earthquakes, and grants noble titles.
Satan's puppets/Illuminati's promoters - Angus Young is defenitely POSSESSED by evil spirit(s). He have revealed it even himself (like many others possessed celebs.):“…it’s like I’m on automatic pilot. By the time we’re halfway through the first number someone else is steering me. I’m just along for the ride. I become possessed when I get on stage.” ( Hit Parader, 1995). Demons and Satan are real. Time to wake up! Media and music: brainwashing macines of cults.
Beleth also spelled Bilet, Bileth, Byleth and Bilith is a mighty and terrible king of Hell, who has eighty-five legions of demons under his command. He rides a pale horse, and all kinds of music is heard before him, according to most authors on demonology and the most known grimoires. When appearing he looks very fierce to frighten the conjurer or to see if he is courageous.
Satan's and occultic Illuminati elite's one of the puppets un the industry: Angus Young explains about his "alter ego" "Schoolboy" (demon possession). Angus Young/AC/DC, has revealed: "“…it’s like I’m on automatic pilot. By the time we’re halfway through the first number someone else is steering me. I’m just along for the ride. I become possessed when I get on stage.” ( Hit Parader, 1995)
SATANOPHANY [noun] 1. an incarnation of Satan; a being possessed by a demon. 2. the appearance of Satan on earth. Etymology: from Old English Satan, from Latin Satān, from Ancient Greek Satán, from Hebrew Śāṭān, “adversary, accuser” + Ancient Greek phaínō, “I shine, appear”. [Lenka Simeckova - Devil’s Ride]
The white horse, whose rider is a heavenly king. The King, Jesus Christ himself, is the one who rides in the cause of righteousness. (Psalm 45:4) His first task is to rid the heavens of Satan and his demons.—Revelation 6:2; 12:9.