Demons: Demon, Set, Succubus, Grendel, Kami, Angra Mainyu, Apep, Devil, Shadow people, Gello, Baphomet, Abyzou, Zahhak, Demonic possession

 
9781156439784: Demons: Demon, Set, Succubus, Grendel, Kami, Angra Mainyu, Apep, Devil, Shadow people, Gello, Baphomet, Abyzou, Zahhak, Demonic possession
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 77. Chapters: Demon, Set, Succubus, Grendel, Kami, Angra Mainyu, Apep, Devil, Shadow people, Gello, Baphomet, Abyzou, Zahhak, Demonic possession, Lamia, List of theological demons, Yam, Incubus, Deal with the Devil, Dictionnaire Infernal, Choronzon, Daimonic, Leshy, Kroni, Seal of Solomon, Cacodemon, Imp, Abezethibou, Smurl haunting, José Antonio Fortea, Bai Gu Jing, Drude, Jumbee, Temeluchus, Sigbin, Wakwak, Mandragora, Santelmo, Hantu Demon, Bungisngis, Yaoguai, Titivillus, Lubber fiend, Dalaketnon, Agrat Bat Mahlat, Diabolical signature, Archdemon, Agaliarept, Nisroch, Pipa Jing, Yan-gant-y-tan, Naberius, Penemue, Ekek, Torngarsuk, Pandæmonium, Busaw, Onoskelis, Raum, Abaasy, Bal-Bal, Nickar, Eligos, Amalanhig, Orobas, Batibat, Lucifuge Rofocale, Sarangay, Furfur, Ajatar, Melchom, Malphas, Tibicena, Guayota, Nybbas, Barbas, Teeraal, Ose, Malthus, Pruflas, Purson, Glasya-Labolas, Bune, Vine, Mamitu, Ronove, Orias, Barbatos, Morax, Rahovart, Ukobach, Eisheth, Tartaruchi, Hanbi, Great Duke, Anamelech, Nelapr Omebb, Zaebos, Zarik, Xezbeth. Excerpt: In the myth and folklore of the Near East and Europe, Gello (also Gyllou, Gylou, Gillo, etc.) is one of the many names for a female demon or revenant who threatens the reproductive cycle by causing infertility, spontaneous abortion, and infant mortality. By the Byzantine era, the gello (Greek: ; plural γελλούδες gelloudes) had become a type of demonic possession rather than an individual being. Women might be tried for being gelloudes or subjected to exorcism. Aramaic inscriptional evidence of a child-snatching demon appears on a silver lamella (metal-leaf sheet) from Palestine and two incantation bowls dating to the 5th or 6th century; on these she is called Sideros (Greek for iron, a traditional protection for women during childbirth). Under various names, she continues to appear in m...

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