Darkness is always found within first. Your entire life has been found in either an embrace of shadow or a carefully forgotten endless banishing of it.
The Luciferian Path instructs the student to awaken darkness, to manifest demons from the abyss of the Subconscious and master them — the end result being self-mastery and the transformation into a Luciferic Spirit.
The demonologists heavily believed that the sole purpose of a demon is "to tempt humankind into immoral acts and come between humans and God.
A Demon is a lesser spirit that intervenes in the physical world. Demons usually are associated with evil, but in pre-Christian and non-Christian cultures, Demons were, and are, not necessarily good or evil.
There are good and bad Demons, and Demons capable of both kinds of behaviour. The study of Demons is called Demonology.
The term Demon means “replete with wisdom”; good Demons once were called euDemons, and evil Demons were called cacoDemons.
Demon is derived from the Greek term daimon, or “divine power,” “fate” or “god.”
In Greek mythology, daimon included deified heroes. Daimones were intermediary spirits between man and the gods.
A good daimon acted as a guardian spirit, and it was considered lucky to have one for guidance and protection.