How many Archdemons are there?

seven Archdemons
According to Zoroastrian dualism, the world is created by two opposing forces. The good deity Ahura Mazda created everything good, but for everything good created Ahriman created an evil counterpart. These results in the existence of seven Archdemons, who in return command a countless numbers of demons.

What is the difference between a devil and a demon?

While Devil is basically a Christian and Islamic theological abstraction, demons are found across cultures. (Though Christian mythology talks of the “fallen angels” as demons who owe their allegiance to the Devil). They are non-human creatures with evil traits and come in various sizes and shapes.

Who is the king of all kings?

The title King of Kings was prominently used by Achaemenid Persian kings such as Darius the Great (pictured). The full titulature of Darius was Great King, King of Kings, King in Fārs, King of the Countries, Hystaspes’ son, Arsames’ grandson, an Achaemenid.

What is the best rank in the military?

The highest rank attainable in the Army is the five-star General of the Army. Often called a “five-star general”, the rank of General of the Army has historically been reserved for wartime use and is not currently active in the U.S. Army.

Are there more than two ranks of sergeants?

Same as there are (more than) two different ranks of sergeants at the same time I guess. (which is to say easy enough that it happens all the time…) Come to think of it there are more than two ranks of Generals, and of Admirals as well.. BTW did you know that my demon Belial (Demon of January) is the father of Satan.

Is there a hierarchy of demons in Hell?

Hierarchy of Hell (Nobility of Hell) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hierarchy_of_demons. We all know that in our world their are Nobility threw out every Monarchy with such titles like Prince, Count and Baron. Their is however a Nobility of Hell with with Henchmen of Satan as the Nobles of Hell.

What are the enlisted ranks in the Army?

Enlisted Ranks. Enlisted Soldiers are the backbone of the Army. They have specific specialties within an Army unit, perform specific job functions and have the knowledge that ensures the success of their unit’s current mission within the Army.