Solomon concludes his text with a warning to the readers; he tells them to not abandon their beliefs for sex like he did.
Enepsigos is also represented as a triple-faced woman akin to Hecate and is likewise astrologically associated with the sphere of the moon.
Many of the demons in Solomon's encounters are of Greek, Egyptian, Jewish, Christian, Arabic, and other traditions.
It is argued that she actually represents Medusa or a gorgon-like creature from Greek mythology.
The demon Enepsigos recounts to King Solomon at one point during the temple's construction that he can take three different physical forms, one of which being the Greek Titan Kronos.
With Beelzebul under his command, Solomon now has all of the demons at his bidding to build the temple.