The Dance of Death or (Danse Macabre) is an allegory used in art and literature, popular in the Late Middle Ages, that uses the personification of death to remind us that death unites us all, regardless of one’s station in life. Sources: The Dance of Death (1493) by Michael Wolgemut and “The dance of death in painting and in print” (1887) by T. Tindall Wildridge
Belial is 68th of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He’s infamous for spreading wickedness and guilt to humankind with sexual perversions. As a fallen angel, he was evil from the beginning and one of the first to rebel against god. From Litigatio Christi cum Belial, 1461.