Ashmedai

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Ashmedai

(tool)
A symbolic mathematics package by Michael Levine <levine@cpwsca.psc.edu> that influenced SMP and FORM. There are versions for the Univac 1108 and VAX/VMS.

Ashmedai

king of fiends. [Hebrew Myth.: Leach, 83]
See: Demon
References in classic literature ?
I summon all Rather to be in readiness with hand Or counsel to assist, lest I, who erst Thought none my equal, now be overmatched." So spake the old Serpent, doubting, and from all With clamour was assured their utmost aid At his command; when from amidst them rose Belial, the dissolutest Spirit that fell, The sensualest, and, after Asmodai, The fleshliest Incubus, and thus advised:-- "Set women in his eye and in his walk, Among daughters of men the fairest found.
" In Milton's Paradise Lost (IV), Asmodeus is an evil spirit; in Book VI, Asmodai is a rebel angel vanquished by Raphael.