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Jinn of Sulaiman

According to traditions, the jinn stood behind the learned humans in Solomon's court, who in turn, sat
behind the prophets. The jinn remained in the service of Solomon, who had placed them in bondage,
and had ordered them to perform a number of tasks.

"And before Solomon were marshaled his hosts,- of jinn and men and birds, and they were all kept in
order and ranks." (Qur'an 27:17)

The Qur'an relates that Solomon died while he was leaning on his staff. As he remained upright, propped
on his staff, the jinn thought he was still alive and supervising them, so they continued to work. They
realized the truth only when Allah sent a creature to crawl out of the ground and gnaw at Solomon's
staff until his body collapsed. The Qurʾan then comments that if they had known the unseen, they would
not have stayed in the humiliating torment of being enslaved.

"Then, when We decreed (Solomon's) death, nothing showed them his death except a little worm of the
earth, which kept (slowly) gnawing away at his staff: so when he fell down, the jinn saw plainly that if
they had known the unseen, they would not have tarried in the humiliating penalty (of their task)."
(Qur'an 34:14)

According to Ibn an-Nadim in his book Kitab al-Fihrist ( ‫)كتاب الفهرست‬, the jinn assert that Solomon son of
David, for whom may there be peace, sat in audience and summoned the chief of the jinn and the
shayatin, whose name was Fuqtus, to review them. So Fuqtus taught him to know the name of each
jinni, one by one, and also its influence over the sons of Adam. Then he [Solomon] imposed upon them a
contract and a pledge. After he had adjured them by that pledge and they had complied, they departed.
The pledges were [in] the name of Allah, Exalted, Mighty, and Magnified. The jinn were: Fuqtus (‫)فقطس‬,
‘Mrd (‫)عمرد‬, Kywan (‫)كيوان‬, Shimr‘al (‫)شمرعال‬, Firuz (‫)فيروز‬, Mhaqal (‫)مهاقال‬, Zaynab (‫ زيزب‬or ‫)ذيزب‬, Syduk (
‫)سيدوك‬, Jndrb (‫)جندرب‬, Siyyar (‫)سيار‬, Zanbur (‫)زنبور‬, ad-Da’hs (‫)الراحس‬, Kawkab (‫)كوكب‬, Hamran (‫ جندرب‬or
‫)حبذرب‬, Dahir (‫)داهر‬, Qarun (‫)قارون‬, Shidad (‫)شداد‬, Sa‘sa‘ah (‫)صعصعه‬, Baktan (‫)بكتان‬, Harthamah (‫)هرثمة‬,
Takallum (‫)بكلم‬, Furuq (‫)فروخ‬, Hurmiz (‫)هرمز‬, Hamhamah (‫)همهمه‬, ‘Ayzar (‫)عيزار‬, Mazahim (‫)مزاحم‬, Murrah (
‫)مرة‬, Fatrah (‫)فترة‬, al-Haym (‫)الهيم‬, Arhbh (‫)ارهبة‬, Khyth‘ (‫)خيثع‬, Khyfth (‫)خيفتة‬, Rayah (‫)رياح‬, Zuhal (‫ رحل‬or
‫)زحل‬, Zawba‘ah (‫ زوبعع‬or ‫)ذويعة‬, Mhtukara (‫)محتوكرا‬, Hayshab (‫)هيشب‬, Tq‘ytan (‫ طقيعطان‬or ‫)طقعيطان‬, Wqas (
‫)وقاص‬, Qdmnh (‫)قدمنة‬, Mufarrish (‫)مفرش‬, Ayra’il (‫)ابرايل‬, Nizar (‫)نزار‬, Shftil (‫)شفطيل‬, Dywyd (‫ ديويد‬or ‫)ديويذ‬,
Ankara (‫)انكرا‬, Khatufah (‫)خطوفة‬, Tnkyush (‫)ننكيوش‬, Misalqar (‫)مسلقر‬, Qadim (‫)قادم‬, Ashja‘ (‫)اشجع‬, Nawdar (
‫)نودر‬, Tythamah (‫)تيشامة‬, ‘Usar (‫)عصار‬, Thu‘ban (‫)ثعبان‬, Naman (‫)نامان‬, Nmudrky (‫)نمودركى‬, Tyabur (‫)طبابور‬,
Sahitun (‫)ساهتون‬, ‘Udhafir (‫)عذافر‬, Mirdas (‫)مرداس‬, Shytub (‫)شيطوب‬, Za‘rush (‫)زعروش‬, Sakhr (‫)صخر‬,
al-‘Aramram (‫)العرمرم‬, Khashram (‫)خشرم‬, Shadhan (‫)شاذان‬, al-Harith (‫)الحرث‬, al-Hurth (‫)الحويرث‬, ‘Udhrah
(‘Adhirah) (‫)عزره‬, and Faqruf (‫)فقرون‬.

The names of the seven whose offspring these (jinn) were:

The first was Danhash (‫)دنهش‬, the first day; then Shakhba (‫)شاخبا‬, the second day; Marbaya (‫)مربيا‬, the
third day; ‘Abara (‫)عبرا‬, the fourth day; Mismar (‫)مسمار‬, the fifth day; Namudarki (‫)نمودركى‬, the sixth day;
Bakhtash (‫)بخطش‬, the seventh day.

The Kurds are said to be the descendants of Prophet Sulaiman’s jinn servants. These were sent to
Europe to bring him five-hundred beautiful maidens, for the king's harem. However, when these had
done so and returned to Palestine the king had already died. As such, the jinn settled in the mountains,
married the women themselves, and their offspring came to be known as the Kurds.

From the Misceláneo de Salomón

Mahmas (‫)مهمس‬

Munis (‫)مونس‬

Naqiq (‫)نقيق‬

Majid (‫)مجد‬

Jadhbah (‫)جذبه‬

'Aqel (‫)عقل‬

al-Ghul (‫)الغول‬

Sajiz (‫)صاجز‬

ar-Raw'ah (‫)الروعة‬

'Amdyan (‫)عمديان‬

Latush (‫)لطوش‬
ad-Dulat Wa Hiram as-Sebyan ( ‫)الدالت و الصبيان‬

al-Uq (‫)الوق‬

Danhash (‫)دنهش‬

Nazjush (‫)نزجوش‬

ad-Dabah (‫)الدابة‬

al-Musrif (‫)المسرف‬

Zoobaghah (‫)زوبغة‬

al-Haja (‫)الحجا‬

al-'Auiah (‫)العويه‬

'Abqar Dhat al-Asqam ( ‫)عبقر ذات االسقام‬

az-Zubdah (‫)الزبده‬

al-Qooah (‫)القوة‬

as-Sisan (‫)السيسان‬

Qelnematah (‫)قلنماته‬

F'ajyan (‫)فعجيان‬

S'aih (‫)صعيه‬

ar-Ruah (‫)الرواح‬

al-Qarsa (‫)القرصة‬

Ruimnah (‫)رويمنه‬

al-Khnamen (‫)الخنامن‬

Habshahesh (‫)حبشحش‬

Lahif (‫)لهيف‬

Smahel (‫)سمهل‬

Beqasmin (‫)بقسمين‬

al-Jund'a (‫)الجندع‬
Talyaba (‫)طليابا‬

Sefir (‫)سفر‬

Hamudi (‫)همودي‬

an-Nefis (‫)النفس‬

Hurta (‫)حورتا‬

ar-Rahiah (‫)الراهية‬

ad-Darban (‫)الضربان‬

al-Khataf (‫)الخطاف‬

al-Wiswas (‫)الوسواس‬

Yed Um Meldem (‫)يد ام ملدم‬

az-Zu'ah (‫)الزوعة‬

an-Nabah (‫)النباح‬

al-Mul'a (‫)المولع‬

al-Wiswas al-Akbar (‫)الوسواس االكبر‬

al-Khanas al-Asghar (‫)الخناس االصغار‬

al-Hamqa (‫)الحمقا‬

Hasen (‫)حسن‬

al-Masur (‫)الماسور‬

Balem (‫)بلم‬

Shakhya (‫)شاخيا‬

Bardun (‫)بردون‬

Bezid al-Majusi (‫)بزيد المجوسي‬

M'aruz (‫)معروز‬

al-Mliah an-Nafedha ( ‫)المليه النافضة‬

Marweya (‫)مرويا‬
al-Falija (‫)الفالج‬

al-Watheq (‫)الواشق‬

al-As'ari al-Yahudi ( ‫)االسعاري اليهودي‬

Luq (‫)لوق‬

al-Marikh (‫)المريخ‬

'Amer Abu as-Shisfan Saheb al-Jebel (‫)عامر ابو الشيصفان صاحب الجبل‬

al-Hilyah az-Zaherah (‫)الحلية الظاهرة‬

Qodsa (‫)قدسا‬

Shrahi (‫)شرهي‬

Maghshaghas (‫)مغشفغس‬

'Ashara (‫)عشرا‬

From Jewish and Christian sources

Testament of Solomon

Ornias

Beelzeboul

Onoskelis

Asmodeus

Lix Tetrax

The 7 star sisters (Pleiades):

Apate

Eris

Klothod

Zale
Plane

Dynamis

Kaxiste

Akephalos

Rabdos

Leontophoron

Three-headed Dragon

Obyzouth

Winged Dragon

Enepsigos

Kunepegos

Ocheikon

The 36 spirits of the decans:

Ruax

Barsafael

Arotosoel

Horopel

Iudal

Sphendonael

Sphandor

Belbel

Kurtael

Metathiax

Katanikotael

Saphathorael
Bobel

Kumeatel

Roeled

Atrax

Ieropael

Buldumech

Naoth

Mardero

Alath

Audameouth

Nefthada

Akton

Anatreth

Enethuth

Pheth

Harpax

Anoster

Alleborithm

Hephesimireth

Ichthion

Agchonion

Autothith

Phthenoth

Bianakith

Ephippas
Abezithibou

Ars Goetia

Baal

Agares

Vassago

Samigina

Marbas

Valefor

Amon

Barbatos

Paimon

Buer

Gusion

Sitri

Beleth

Leraje

Eligos

Zepar

Botis

Bathin

Sallos

Purson

Marax

Ipos

Aim
Naberius

Glasya-Labolas

Buné

Ronové

Berith

Astaroth

Forneus

Foras

Asmoday

Gäap

Furfur

Marchosias

Stolas

Phenex

Halphas

Malphas

Räum

Focalor

Vepar

Sabnock

Shax

Viné

Bifrons

Vual

Haagenti
Crocell

Furcas

Balam

Alloces

Caim

Murmur

Orobas

Gremory

Ose

Amy

Orias

Vapula

Zagan

Valac

Andras

Flauros

Andrealphus

Kimaris

Amdusias

Belial

Decarabia

Seere

Dantalion

Andromalius

Imprisonment
Prophet Sulaiman had the rebellious jinn locked up inside jars, bottles (Qamaqim as-Suleimaniyya),
lamps, coffers, ect. Material being of brass. Legend has it that the ring of Prophet Sulaiman was brass-
and-iron, the brass gave him command over the good jinn, while the silver over the bad jinn.

The Mediterranean Sea.jpg

The Mediterranean Sea. The Wonders of Creation of Tusi. Probably Baghdad, Iraq, 1388 CE. 30.2 X 22.2
cm (full folio). Paris, Bibliotheque nationale de France, MSS supp. pers. 332, fol. 51b.

Tusi has said that the Sea of Sham extends to the Islands of Felicity and the Valley of the Monkeys which
is the place of the apes. 'Abd al-Malik bin Marwan was a revenue collector there. He ordered divers to
go down for gems. One diver came back bringing an ewer with some copper pieces coated with tin. He
ordered him to open the top. From each one, he demanded an account, and each one said, "Oh, Son of
Dawud, for how long will you keep us confined here?"

During the time of Mūsā bin Nuṣayr, in the days of the Umayyads of Syria, a fishermen was dispatched
to a lake around the Copper/Brass City who had brought up from its depths vessels made of copper
soldered down and sealed. When one was broken open, a form, like that of a man but of gold and fully
armed, came forth, and flew into the air crying out—"O Prophet of Allah, never will we do this again
against thee!" On which, those who were present understood that Sulaiman—upon whom be peace—
had imprisoned the jinn therein.

According to the stories told by the Jews and Christians, Solomon sealed legions of demons into vessels
of brass by Divine Power into a deep Lake. The people of Babylon went and broke opened many of the
vessels, and out flew the spirits who all returned to their former dwellings, except for Belial who entered
into an idol, and gave answers to those who offered up sacrifices unto him.

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