(Hebrew שלמה, Shĕlomoh)
Historically: In the Bible, the son of David and builder of the most sacred Temple of Jerusalem, an important icon for Christians, Jews, and Masons. He was renowned as a man of great wisdom who authored the book of Proverbs.
"Azasel is an Egregore who gave great assistance to humanity. Azasel was the king Solomon. Actually, the Bodhisattva of Azasel is fallen, but it is logical that, in the close future, this Bodhisattva will rise from the clay of the earth again." - Samael Aun Weor, The Aquarian Message
H.P. Blavatsky stated that the Biblical Solomon was derived from the Persian word Soliman, a title for divine kings. "The Persian traditions, then, are full of two nations or races, now entirely extinct, as some think; whereas, they are only transformed. They are ever speaking of, and describing the mountains of Kaf (Kafaristan?), which contain a gallery built by the giant Argeak, wherein the statues of the ancient men under all their forms are preserved. They call them Sulimans (Solomons), or the wise kings of the East, and count seventy-two kings of that name.* Three among them reigned for 1,000 years each. [* Thence King Solomon, whose traces are nowhere to be found outside of the Bible, and the description of whose magnificent palace and city dovetail with those of the Persian tales; though they were unknown to all pagan travellers, even to Herodotus.]" - The Secret Doctrine, vol 2