General Lore, Gods, Demigods, Heroes, Symbols, and Other Famous Mythological Characters

Abaddon

A demon of evil, the angel of the abyss. On occassion, referred to as Abaddon.

Abasdarhon

A demon. On occassion, referred to as Abasdarhon.

Abdiel

A demon; one of the seraphim in Milton's Paradise Lost. In some accounts, known as Abdiel, Abdeel or Abdeel.

Abduxuel

A moon demon. On occassion, known as Abduxuel.

Abigor

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Abraxas

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Abraxas stones

Gems engraved and used as talismans. Occasionally identified as Abraxas stones.

Abrinael

A moon demon. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Abrinael.

Abrulges

A demon. Also identified as Abrulges.

Aceroba

A demon. Also referred to as Aceroba.

Acharon

A demon said to take possession of humans. Also called Acharon.

Achlahayr

A demon. On occassion, called Achlahayr.

acrostic

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Acteror

A demon. In some accounts, known as Acteror.

ada

A magic word uttered to avert bad luck. Referred to as ada.

Adam's Jewel

A magic stone said to light the way to the underworld. On occassion, identified as Adam's Jewel.

Adam's Peak

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adderstone

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Adjuchas

A rock demon. Also referred to as Adjuchas.

Adnachiel

The ruling spirit of the constellation. Sagittarius. Occasionally identified as Adnachiel, Advachiel, Advachiel, Saritiel or Saritiel.

Adonides

A demon said to take possession of humans. Also called Adonides.

Adrameleck

A demon. In black magic, one of the Ministers, the High Chancellor. Also identified as Adrameleck, Adar, Adar, Adram(m)elech, Adrammelech, Adrammelech, Sardon, Adramelech, Anamelech or Andramelech.

Adriel

A moon demon. Occasionally identified as Adriel.

Adversary, The

A name for the Devil, Satan. Occasionally referred to as Adversary, The.

Aeglun

A demon of lightning. Occasionally identified as Aeglun.

aeon

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Aeon

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aeriae potestates

Aerial powers, the sixth order of demons, ruled by Merizim. Also called aeriae potestates, Aerials or Aerials.

Aerials

Demons of the air who can materialise. These beings are said to cause storms at sea. Also called Aerials, aeriae potestates or aeriae potestates.

aerolite

A meteorite: a sacred stone. These stones are regarded by some as having healing properties. Also commonly called aerolite.

aeromancy

Divination from atmospheric phenomena. Occasionally called aeromancy, aerimancy or aerimancy.

Aethnicus

A fire demon. These demons are envisaged in a form like a salamander. Occasionally called Aethnicus, Aethnici or Aethnici.

Aetneans

Elementals, fire spirits, in some accounts. On occassion, called Aetneans.

Afgod

A false god; an effigy. In some lore, occasionally identified as Afgod.

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Agacella

A monster in the form of a tiger-like animal with horns and hoofs. Occasionally known as Agacella.

Agaliarept

A demon of hell. At times, known as Agaliarept.

Agares

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agaric

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agate

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Agathion

A demon or witch's familiar that may live in metal rings or in bottles. In some accounts, referred to as Agathion.

Agenor

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ages

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Agimon

One of the cardinal demons, in some accounts. Occasionally identified as Agimon.

Agla

A magic word used to drive the Devil away. Occasionally known as Agla.

Aglaophotis

A demon. In some references, referred to as Aglaophotis.

Aglas

A demon. At times, called Aglas.

Agor

A demon. Also referred to as Agor.

Agra

A demon. Sometimes called Agra.

Agrippa

A book of spells. Occasionally known as Agrippa.

Agu'gux

The creator-god of the Aleut. In some accounts, identified as Agu'gux.

Ahura Mazda

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Aiel

An angel, ruler of the sign Aries. In some accounts, called Aiel.

ailuranthropy

The ability to turn oneself into a cat. Also commonly called ailuranthropy, aeluranthropy or aeluranthropy.

Aini

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air

Some cultures believe that air contains an evil spirit which can cause illness and death if inhaled. At times, identified as air, Aer, Aer, Air, Aura, Ner or Air.

Aiwass

A spirit said to have dictated a book of magic. At times, known as Aiwass.

Akercock

A demon attendant on Belphegor. On occassion, referred to as Akercock.

Akibeel

One of the 7 Ischin who taught man the meaning of signs. Sometimes called Akibeel.

Alastor

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Alberich

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albino

In some accounts, those born without skin pigment are the children of fairies by mortal women. In some references, referred to as albino.

alchemy

Pseudo-science directed towards the transmutation of base metals to gold, and other unlikely aims such as finding the elixir of life. Occasionally called alchemy, Hermetic art, Hermetic art, Hermetic philosophy or Hermetic philosophy.

Alchochoder

A planet said to control the length of a person's life. Also referred to as Alchochoder.

alder

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Aldhelm

Author of Book of Monsters. Also referred to as Aldhelm.

Aldinach

A demon causing storms and earthquakes. Also identified as Aldinach.

alectryomancy

Divination from the actions of a cockerel eating grain placed beside letters written round a circle. Sometimes called alectryomancy, alectromancy or alectromancy.

Aleph-tau

Eternity: beginning and end; author of the universe. In some lore, occasionally identified as Aleph-tau.

aleuromancy

Divination from burning flour or from messages concealed in balls of dough. In some accounts, known as aleuromancy.

Alfild

First wife of Sigurd Ring. Mother of Ragnar Lodbrok. She wove a magic shirt for Ragnar to keep him safe in battle. Also commonly known as Alfild.

Algol

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Alhoniel

A moon demon. Sometimes referred to as Alhoniel.

Alimiel

An astral spirit of fruitfulness. In some lore, occasionally known as Alimiel.

alkahest

A mythical universal solvent. Sometimes known as alkahest.

All-father

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alligator

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Allocer

A demon, a duke of hell. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. Occasionally referred to as Allocer, Alloen, Alloen, Alloien, Alloien, Alocer, Alocer, Allo(i)en or Allo(i)en.

allotheism

The worship of strange gods. Also commonly called allotheism.

Alma

Soul personified. Also commonly known as Alma.

almond

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alomancy

Divination using salt thrown on the fire. At times, referred to as alomancy, halomancy or halomancy.

Alouqua

A female demon or succubus. In some accounts, referred to as Alouqua.

Alphariza

An astral spirit of fruitfulness. At times, identified as Alphariza.

Alphin

A dove spirit. Also commonly identified as Alphin.

Alphyn

A monster with knotted tail. In some lore, occasionally called Alphyn.

Alquife

A famous enchanter. At times, called Alquife.

Alraun

The root of the mandrake: a good luck. Charm is made from it. In some accounts, known as Alraun, Alrune, Alrune or Alraun.

Alrinach

A demon causing shipwrecks, sometimes seen in the form of an old woman. Also known as Alrinach.

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alter ego

Second self; spirit double. Also called alter ego.

alum

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Amaimon

A mediaeval devil, ruler of the eastern. Part of hell. One of the cardinal demons. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. Also called Amaimon, Amaymon, Amaymon, Amoymon, Amoymon, Maimon, Maimon, Maymon, Maymon or Mammon.

Amasarac

A demon. Sometimes referred to as Amasarac.

Amazarak

One of the 7 Ischin, said to have taught men the arts of sorcery and mathematics. Known as Amazarak.

amber

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Ambriel

A demon, ruler of the sign of Gemini. On occassion, known as Ambriel.

Ambuscias

A demon, duke of hell. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. On occassion, referred to as Ambuscias, Amduscias or Amduscias.

Amenadial

A demon of the West. In some references, referred to as Amenadial, Ament, Ament or Mut.

Amers

One of the 7 angels, the Ischin. His function was to teach men how to solve problems in magic. At times, called Amers.

amethyst

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Aminadab

A name for Satan. Also called Aminadab.

ammonite

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Amnedial

A moon demon. At times, identified as Amnedial.

amniomancy

Divination using the caul of a newborn child. The condition of the caul was said to indicate the health of the child in later years. Sometimes identified as amniomancy.

Amnixiel

A moon demon. Occasionally called Amnixiel.

Amon

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amphisbaena

A monster, a two-headed snake or a bird/snake with a second head on the end of its tail. Sometimes called amphisbaena.

amulet

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Amutiel

A moon demon. At times, referred to as Amutiel.

Amy

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amygdalus

The almond tree. This tree was held to be sacred by the Phrygians. In some references, known as amygdalus.

anachithidus

A stone said to have the power to conjure up demons and ghosts. In some accounts, identified as anachithidus.

anachitis

A stone said to have the power to conjure up water spirits. Identified as anachitis.

Anael

A demon of the hours of the day. King of astral light. Sometimes called Anael.

Anak

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Anane

A demon. Also known as Anane.

Ananizapta

A magical phrase used to repel demons. Also identified as Ananizapta, Ananyzapta or Ananyzapta.

Anarazel

A demon. He, with Fecor and Gaziel, is a guardian of hidden treasure. Also identified as Anarazel, Fecor, Fecor or Gaziel.

ancestor worship

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Ancient One

A title for God. In some references, identified as Ancient One.

Andras

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Andrealphus

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Andromalius

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androsphinx

A sphinx in which the human part is male. In some lore, occasionally called androsphinx.

anemone

The flower of Adonis. Occasionally referred to as anemone.

angelica

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Angels of the Elements

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Angels of the Twelve Signs

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Anguipede

A name for Abraxas as 'snake-footed'. In some references, referred to as Anguipede.

Aniel

An archangel associated with the planet Venus in mediaeval lore. In some references, called Aniel, Anael or Anael.

animalism

The belief that there is life in all things. emonism) Also called animalism, animism, animism, polydaemonism or polyd(a.

animals

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animism

Belief in spirits inherent in all. Things. emonism) Occasionally known as animism, animalism, animalism, polydaemonism or polyd(a.

Ansitif

One of the 17 demons said to have taken possession of nuns. On occassion, referred to as Ansitif.

ant-lion

A beast like a lion with the rear part. Like a huge ant. This beast, it was said, could eat neither flesh nor plants. On occassion, known as ant-lion.

anthropomancy

Divination using human entrails. In some references, known as anthropomancy.

Antichrist

A demon. In black magic he is a juggler in hell. Occasionally identified as Antichrist.

Antichthon

A supposed world beyond the sun. Occasionally referred to as Antichthon.

Antilia

A blessed land. This realm was envisaged as an island paradise situated to the west of Atlantis. Sometimes known as Antilia.

antiphates

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ape

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apophatic

Description of deity by listing what God is not. Occasionally known as apophatic.

apotropaism

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apparition

A spirit appearance of a ghost: a supernatural vision. Occasionally known as apparition.

Apples of Stakhar

Mythical apples, sweet on one side, bitter on the other. Sometimes called Apples of Stakhar.

Aprilists

Worshippers of the Bull. At times, called Aprilists.

Apus

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aquarelle

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Aquarius

The eleventh sign of the Zodiac, the water-carrier. In some references, referred to as Aquarius, Water-carrier, Water-carrier, Arab Dahu, Arab Dahu, Mesopotamian Giz or Mesopotamian Giz.

Aquiel

A demon that can be called up on Sundays. Sometimes identified as Aquiel, Surgat, Surgat, Sargat or Sargat.

Arariel

A guardian spirit of the waters. Also commonly called Arariel.

Aration

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Arcan

A demon king. Called Arcan.

arch-magic

Powerful magic such as that required to restore the dead to life. On occassion, known as arch-magic.

Archaeus

A spirit investing all living things. In some lore, occasionally called Archaeus, Archeus or Archeus.

archer god

A god armed with bow and arrows, such as the Greek Eros or the Roman Cupid. In some accounts, known as archer god, Apollo, Apollo, Apollon, Abaeus, Abaios, Aguieus, Agyieus, Aleuromantes, Apellon, Apotropaeus, Archer God, Atepomarus, Carneios, Catharsius, Cynthius, Delian, Delius, Delphinius, Eulalon, Hecatos, Helius, Karn(ei)os, Loxias, Lyc(a)eus, Lykaios, Lyc(el)ius, Lycian, Musagetes, Nomius, Paean, Pae(e)on, Paion, Pasturer, Phoebus Apollo, Pytheus, Pythian, Pyth(i)us, Rat-killer, Sminthian, Smintheus, Sminthius, Sol, Tortor, Tyrxis, British Maponus, Etruscan Aplu, Veiovis, Gaulish Atepomarus, Roman Apellun, bowyer god or bowyer god.

archimage

A chief magician. Known as archimage.

Ardesial

A moon demon. Also commonly known as Ardesial.

Argasill

A monster in the form of an antelope. Occasionally identified as Argasill.

Ariel

A spirit of the air: a water spirit. At times, identified as Ariel.

Aries

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Arizial

A demon. Occasionally referred to as Arizial.

Armadiel

A demon of secret messages. Sometimes referred to as Armadiel.

Armeis

A demon. In some accounts, identified as Armeis.

Armilus

A demon, spirit of envy and greed. Sometimes called Armilus.

armomancy

Divination from the shoulders of beasts. Also called armomancy.

Armon

An astral spirit of fruitfulness. Occasionally known as Armon.

arrow

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Arthuriad

The corpus of literature devoted to Arthurian legends. Also identified as Arthuriad.

Asaradel

An angel, one of the 7 Ischin who taught men the motions of the moon. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Asaradel.

Ascaroth

A demon of informers and spies. Also commonly known as Ascaroth.

Aseliel

A demon of the West. In some accounts, referred to as Aseliel.

Aseroth

A demon said to take possession of humans. Also known as Aseroth.

ash

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Ashmodel

A demon; destroyer of God. In some references, referred to as Ashmodel.

Ashtaroth

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Asiel

A spirit, ruler of Aquarius. In other versions, the ruler of Aquarius is Gambiel. Also referred to as Asiel, Asiriel or Asiriel.

Asima

A demon said to take possession of humans. In some references, identified as Asima.

Asinari

Ass worshippers. Known as Asinari.

Asinor

Ruler of one of the 7. Supposed firmaments. At times, known as Asinor.

Asmodel

An astral spirit of the constellation Taurus. On occassion, referred to as Asmodel.

Asmodeus

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aspidomancy

A form of divination calling up demons. Occasionally known as aspidomancy.

Aspirates

Minor deities. In some references, referred to as Aspirates.

Astabhuja-Kurnkulla

A form of Kurnkulla shown as red with Sarus. Referred to as Astabhuja-Kurnkulla.

Astasian demons

Aerial demons. These beings, ruled by Geradiel, are said to impart secrets to humans. Sometimes known as Astasian demons.

astragalomancy

Divination by the casting of knucklebones. On occassion, known as astragalomancy.

astral body

The spirit body, opposite of the physical body. Sometimes known as astral body.

astral spirits

The spirits of the stars. On occassion, known as astral spirits.

astral world

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astrology

Divination from the planets or the Zodiac. Sometimes known as astrology.

astromancy

Divination from the stars. In some accounts, known as astromancy.

Asyriel

A demon. Also known as Asyriel.

Ataliel

A moon demon. In some accounts, called Ataliel.

Athanaton

A leader of the demons of the East. In some references, known as Athanaton.

Attaconi

A race of people said to live beyond. The Himalayas. Identified as Attaconi.

auf

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augury

Divination from the flight of birds. Also known as augury, auspice, auspice, auspicy, auspicy, ornithomancy, ornithomancy or ornithoscopy.

Aunt Nancy

Name for Anansi in parts of North. America, South America and the West Indies. Sometimes identified as Aunt Nancy, Anansi, Anansi, Annancy, Mr Spider, Spider, Mr, Nansi, Ti Malice, Ashanti Kwaku Ananse, Hausa Gizo or West Indian Annency.

aura

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Ausiul

An angel, ruler of the sign Aquarius. On occassion, referred to as Ausiul.

Author

A deity: creator of the universe. Occasionally known as Author, Great Tor or Great Tor.

automatic writing

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Awanaisa

Son of Eblis. Also called Awanaisa, Gro Mama, Gro Mama, Aida, Mama fo Dou, Mama fo Gro, Waisa, Asase or African Asa'ase.

axe

An edged tool or weapon, significant in many cultures. On occassion, known as axe, axinomancy or axinomancy.

Axe Age

One of the 4 ages referred to in the Eddas. Called Axe Age.

axinomancy

Divination from the motions of agate on a hot axe. Called axinomancy, axe or axe.

axle tree

A tree, such as Yggrasil, regarded as forming the centre of rotation of the earth (or the universe). Also identified as axle tree, Backbone of Osiris or Backbone of Osiris.

Ayil

A demon of Sagittarius. Also known as Ayil.

Az

A Manichaean female demon. Sometimes identified as Az.

Azaradel

A demon. This being is said to have come to earth and explained the motions of the moon. Also called Azaradel.

Azariel

A moon demon. On occassion, identified as Azariel.

Azeruel

A moon demon. At times, known as Azeruel.

Azeuph

A demon. Occasionally known as Azeuph.

Azibeel

A demon. Occasionally identified as Azibeel.

Aziel

A moon demon. Sometimes identified as Aziel.

Baabal

A demon. On occassion, referred to as Baabal.

Baal

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Baal-Berith

A demon of blasphemy, secretary in hell. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Baal-Berith, Balberith, Balberith, Baal-Berith, Baal-Berith, Berith, Berith, Baal-Berith, Beal, Bofi, Bolfry or Beal.

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Baalism

Worship of Baal. In some accounts, referred to as Baalism.

Baalite

A worshipper of Baal. On occassion, known as Baalite.

Babel

An angel of the second heaven, controlling the South and Wednesday. At times, identified as Babel.

baccharis

A herb used in magic rites. Known as baccharis.

Bachanael

An angel of the first heaven, controlling the west and Monday. Also commonly referred to as Bachanael.

bacularia

A witch who rides on a broomstick. Occasionally called bacularia.

Badiol

A demon. In some accounts, identified as Badiol.

Baglis

A demon of measures. Sometimes identified as Baglis.

Balam

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Balan

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Balay

An angel of the first heaven, controlling the north and Monday. Also referred to as Balay.

Balidet

A demon acting as a minister of Amaimon. In some references, identified as Balidet.

Balkin

An evil spirit serving the demon Luridan. At times, called Balkin.

Balkis

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Ballisaugon

An evil demon, patron of thieves. Occasionally referred to as Ballisaugon.

Balor

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Baltazo

A demon said to have taken possession of a girl in 1566. Also commonly identified as Baltazo.

Baphomet

The supposed idol of the Knights Templar. A goat revered by witches. Also identified as Baphomet.

Baragulla

Son of Ea. A demon. Also referred to as Baragulla, Abu Zayd, Abu Zayd, Bara or Bara.

Baratron

An evil demon. He is depicted as a sorcerer in priestly robes. Also identified as Baratron.

Barbarot

An angel of the second heaven, controlling the East and Wednesday. Also identified as Barbarot.

Barbatos

A demon. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He is depicted as the leader of a band of hunters and can foretell the future. Sometimes identified as Barbatos.

Barbazel

A demon of the planet Mars. At times, called Barbazel.

Barbiel

A demon of the sign Scorpio, the scorpion. Occasionally identified as Barbiel, Sartziel or Sartziel.

Barbil

A demon. On occassion, referred to as Barbil.

Barchiel

A demon ruling the sign Pisces, the fish. Sometimes known as Barchiel, Bachiel, Bachiel, Baciel, Baciel, Bac(h)iel, Bac(h)iel, Vacabiel, Vacabiel or Bauchiel.

Barcus

A demon. In some accounts, identified as Barcus.

Bargas

A demon. Sometimes referred to as Bargas.

Barginiel

A demon of the hours of the day. In some references, called Barginiel.

Bariel

A demon of the hours of the day. In some references, known as Bariel.

Barkayal

One of the 7 Ischin. He passed on knowledge of astronomy to human beings. On occassion, called Barkayal, Barkaial or Barkaial.

barker

A person who has been possessed by a dog-spirit. On occassion, identified as barker.

Barku

A demon who was said to know the secret of the transmutation of base. Metals into gold. Sometimes identified as Barku, Barqu or Barqu.

Barley King

A vegetation deity. This deity is ritually castrated and killed at the end of the harvest. In some lore, occasionally known as Barley King.

Barma

A demon. He was said to be able to change the form of sorcerers and to transport them wherever they wished to go. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Barma.

Barman

An evil demon said to take possession of humans. Sometimes referred to as Barman.

Barmiel

A demon of surrender in war. In some lore, occasionally identified as Barmiel.

Baron

A demon. Known as Baron.

baru

A magician: an occultist. Sometimes known as baru.

Baruchas

A demon who passes on secret knowledge. At times, referred to as Baruchas.

Bathala

A name for Shiva in the Philippines. Occasionally referred to as Bathala, Shiva, Shiva, Acyata, Adinatha, Aghora, Akula, Ananda, Anant(es)a, Annamurti, Bhadra Vira, Bhagavan, Bhairava, Bhatara Guru, Bhava, Bhavishya, Bhima, Bhuta-Natha, Bhuteswara, Blue Throat, Candesvara, Candrasekhara, Dakshina-Murti, Dhurjati, Digambara, Divine Yogi, Durvasas, Ganga-dhara, Garudi, Gopala, Goraknath, Great Ascetic, Gupta, Hara, Harihara, Isha(na), Is(h)a, Is(h)ana, Is(h)vara, Janardana, Kala(ri), Khandoba, Linga, Lingodbhava, Lord of the Dance, Lord of the Moon, Mahadeo, Mahadeva, Mahakala, Mahapurusha, Maharaja, Mahes(h)vara, Mangala, Mukhalinga, Nataraja, Nates(h)a, Nilakantha, Nritta-Murti, Pancanana, Panchamukti-Maruti, Pas(h)upati, Patsupati, Petara, Rishabha, Rudra, Sadyojata, Shaktiman, Shambhu, Shamkara, S(h)ankara, Sharabha, Shaumya, Sikhandin, Siva, Somanatha, Somaskanda, Srikantha, Sthanu, Sundara, Supreme Lord, Syama, Tatpurusha, Tri-lochana, Tripuratanka, Ugra, Vamadeva, Vira-Bhadra, Virabhadra, Virupashksa, Vishapaharana, Vishvanatha, Warayana, Buddhist Amitabha, Cambodian Hara, Prah Eysor, East Indies Karaeng Lowe, Is(h)wara, Mahaiswara, Mahatala, Mahayogi, Greek Cronos, Japanese Amida, Pacific Bat(h)ala, Siwa, Philippines Mahacabatara, Thai Phra In Suen, Kala Shiva, Pancabrahma, Batara Guru, Batara Guru, Baratra, Batala, Betara Guru, Bharata-Guru, Bhattara Guru, Indera, Venerable Teacher, Worshipful Master, Bat(h)ala, Bhat(t)ara, Guru, Pacific Islands Indera, Mahacabatara, Mahacabatara or Siwa.

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Batraal

A demon. At times, called Batraal.

Beaemot

A demon said to take possession of humans. In some accounts, referred to as Beaemot.

Bealphares

A demon, a duke of hell. Sometimes known as Bealphares.

Bearded Demon, The

A demon said to know the secret of the transmutation of metals. Sometimes called Bearded Demon, The.

Beatitude

A name of one of the Aeons. Sometimes referred to as Beatitude.

Bechard

A demon associated with tempests and Friday. In some accounts, referred to as Bechard.

bee

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Beelzebub

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beetle

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befana

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Belah

A demon. Referred to as Belah.

Bele

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Beleth

A demon king. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He is depicted as riding a pale horse and accompanied by musicians. In some lore, occasionally identified as Beleth, Bileth, Bileth, Byleth, Byleth, Bileth, Bileth or Bilet.

Belial

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Belias

A demon prince. In some accounts, identified as Belias.

belinomancy

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Belphegor

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Beng

A gypsy name for the Devil. Referred to as Beng.

Bensozia

A mediaeval she-devil. Referred to as Bensozia, Benzozia or Benzozia.

Berbis

A demon. Also referred to as Berbis.

Bergthora

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Berith

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Berkaial

A demon. On occassion, called Berkaial.

bestiary

A mediaeval book of animals both real and mythical. Occasionally called bestiary.

Bethage

A demon said to take possession of humans. Occasionally referred to as Bethage.

Bethor

One of the 7 Olympic Spirits, ruler of the planet Jupiter. Sometimes referred to as Bethor.

Bethseda

A pool or spring in Jerusalem said to have miraculous healing powers. Occasionally called Bethseda.

Bethuel

A moon demon. Also commonly referred to as Bethuel.

bezoar

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bibliomancy

Divination from random openings of a book: ascertaining guilt by weighing. Suspected sorcerers against the weight of the Bible. Known as bibliomancy, rhapsodomancy, rhapsodomancy or sortes.

Bifrons

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Bileth

A demon. A minister of Arcan, some say. Sometimes called Bileth, Beleth, Beleth, Bileth, Byleth or Bileth.

bilocation

The ability to appear in 2 different. Locations at the same time. This alleged power is reported of several saints. At times, referred to as bilocation, duplication or duplication.

Bird of Paradise

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Bird of the Gods

A name for the hummingbird. Sometimes known as Bird of the Gods, hummingbird, hummingbird or Revival Bird.

birds

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Black Dog

A goblin hound. Sometimes called Black Dog.

black magic

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Black Mass

A sacrilegious rite involving the Devil. At times, referred to as Black Mass.

Blood-bag shooting

A ceremony involving the ritual. Shooting of a deity. Also known as Blood-bag shooting.

Bloody-bones

A hobgoblin. Sometimes referred to as Bloody-bones.

Bne Seraphim

A demon of the planet Venus. On occassion, known as Bne Seraphim, Mne Seraphim or Mne Seraphim.

boanthropy

The supposed ability to turn oneself. Into a cow or a bull. Sometimes called boanthropy.

boar

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Boel

Ruler of one of the 7 supposed firmaments. In some lore, occasionally identified as Boel.

bogey

A goblin. In some references, known as bogey, bogle, bogle, bogy or bogy.

boggard

A goblin or ghost. Also called boggard, boggart, boggart, boggle, boggle, buggane or buggane.

Bonoham

A demon. In some accounts, known as Bonoham.

Book of Monsters

A 7th or 8th century Book describing, inter alia, the fish woman or mermaid, written by Aldheim. Occasionally referred to as Book of Monsters.

Book of Spirits

A 19th C. Treatise on spiritualism. On occassion, known as Book of Spirits, Chilam Balam, Chilam Balam, Book of Spirits, Book of the Tiger Priests or Chilan Balam.

Borachiel

A spirit of fruitfulness. On occassion, referred to as Borachiel.

Boralim

A demon of the south. In some references, called Boralim.

Boras

A demon. Also commonly called Boras.

Boreyne

A monster, part lion, part eagle. Also known as Boreyne.

botanomancy

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Botis

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Botrager

A monster, a lion with a helmet. Occasionally identified as Botrager.

bottle-imp

An imp contained in a bottle. In some accounts, identified as bottle-imp, spirit imp or spirit imp.

Brazen Head

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Breath of Love

The ability of demons to make women. Fall in love with them, merely by breathing on them. Occasionally referred to as Breath of Love, Magic Breath or Magic Breath.

Broth of the Sabbat

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Bruxae

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Bucaphi

A demon of witches. Called Bucaphi.

bucentaur

A human-headed bull figure such as the minotaur. On occassion, called bucentaur, bull-man or bull-man.

Bucon

A demon of hatred. On occassion, known as Bucon.

Budarjim

A demon. Also commonly known as Budarjim.

Buddhist cross

The swastika. Sometimes called Buddhist cross.

Buder

A demon. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Buder.

Buer

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Bufar

A demon. Called Bufar.

bug

A bogey: a goblin. Also commonly known as bug, Bog, Bog, Bug or Bug.

bugaboo

A bogey. Identified as bugaboo.

bugbear

A bogey or boggart that eats children. A goblin bear. In some accounts, identified as bugbear.

bull

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bull marine

A monster, part bull, part fish. Sometimes referred to as bull marine.

bullbeggar

A hobgoblin. Also called bullbeggar.

Bune

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Buniels

A demon. On occassion, identified as Buniels.

Buriel

A demon. Also known as Buriel.

Butator

A demon, expert in calculation. Occasionally known as Butator.

butterfly

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Bydiel

A demon of secrets. In some accounts, known as Bydiel, Bidiel or Bidiel.

Caacrinolaas

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Cabariel

A demon. In some lore, occasionally known as Cabariel.

Cabiel

A moon demon. In some references, known as Cabiel.

cacodaemon

An evil spirit. Also commonly referred to as cacodaemon, cacodemon or cacodemon.

Cael

An angel, ruler of the sign Cancer. Sometimes known as Cael.

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Cahor

A demon of deception. Occasionally called Cahor.

Caim

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caladrius

A white bird said to be able to cure the sick by taking the illness upon itself. In some accounts, known as caladrius.

Calygreyhound

A monster in the form of a horned. Cat. In some accounts, referred to as Calygreyhound.

Camaysar

A demon. Also commonly identified as Camaysar.

cambion

A child born of a liaison between an incubus or a succubus and a human. In some lore, occasionally referred to as cambion, campion or campion.

camelopardel

A monster giraffe with horns. On occassion, called camelopardel.

Camuel

A benevolent demon, a king of the east. Also identified as Camuel.

Cancer

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capnomancy

Divination from (patterns in) smoke. In some accounts, identified as capnomancy.

Capricorn

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Captiel

An astral spirit. At times, referred to as Captiel.

captromancy

Divination using mirrors. Sometimes referred to as captromancy.

carbuncle

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cardinal demons

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Caretyne

A monster in the form of a bull with flames coming out of its mouth. On occassion, referred to as Caretyne.

carnelian

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Carnesiel

A demon of the East. On occassion, known as Carnesiel.

Carnivenn

A demon of obscenity. On occassion, known as Carnivenn, Carnivean or Carnivean.

Carreau

A demon, lack of pity personified. Sometimes identified as Carreau.

cartomancy

Divination from playing cards. In some accounts, identified as cartomancy.

Caspiel

A demon king of the south, one of the cardinal demons. At times, referred to as Caspiel.

casting lots

A form of divination by drawing at random from a set of objects. Also called casting lots.

Casujoiah

An angel, ruler of the sign Capricorn. On occassion, identified as Casujoiah.

cat

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cat's eye

A semi-precious stone. This stone is said to give protection from the evil eye. Sometimes referred to as cat's eye.

catoptromancy

Divination by mirrors. On occassion, called catoptromancy.

Catwampus

A mythical animal. Called Catwampus.

Cauld-lad

A spirit that moves household. Items such as furniture, during the night. In some accounts, referred to as Cauld-lad.

Causub

A demon of snake charming. Sometimes known as Causub.

Caym

A ruler of hell. He is depicted as something of a dandy with the head and wings of a blackbird. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Caym.

CC

Light deities, celestial twins. At times, called CC.

celestial

One living in heaven. Also commonly called celestial.

Celestial Buddhas

Dhyanibuddhas Occasionally referred to as Celestial Buddhas.

Celestial City

A name for heaven in Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. Also referred to as Celestial City, heaven, heaven, paradise, Sukhavati, Ilhuicatl or Huang-t'ien Shang Ti.

Celestial Stag

In China and Japan, the sun, regarded as a dragon. At times, known as Celestial Stag, dragon, dragon, drake, worm or also Celestial Stag.

Celestial Twins

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centauro-triton

A triton with the forelegs and hoofs of a horse as well as the usual human. Body and fish's tail. Also called centauro-triton, ichthyocentaur, ichthyocentaur, ichthyotaurus, ichthyotaurus, Triton or Triton.

Cephalonia

A mysterious island that could be found only by chance even by those who had once been there. Sometimes identified as Cephalonia, Lost Island, The, Lost Island, The, The Lost Island or The Lost Island.

ceraunoscopy

Divination from the sound of thunder. On occassion, called ceraunoscopy.

ceromancy

Divination from hot wax dropping. Into water. Also commonly called ceromancy.

Cethor

Husband of Eri. His wife had an affair with Elatha who fathered Bres on her. Sometimes known as Cethor.

Chadakiel

A demon, ruler of the sign Libra. Sometimes referred to as Chadakiel, Zuriel or Zuriel.

Chamo

A demon said to take possession of humans. Also known as Chamo.

Chamos

A demon of flattery. In black magic he was Chamberlain of the Royal Household. Occasionally identified as Chamos.

chaomancy

Divination by aerial apparitions. At times, identified as chaomancy.

Chaos

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chariot

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chataka

A mystic bird that drinks. Only rainwater. Occasionally known as chataka.

Chatloup

A monster, part wolf, cat and goat. In some references, referred to as Chatloup.

cheirognomy

Divination from lines on the hands. Referred to as cheirognomy, cheiromancy, cheiromancy, chirognomy, chiromancy, palmistry, palmistry, ch(e)iromancy or ch(e)iromancy.

Cheleb

A devil who works evil in the day. Occasionally known as Cheleb, Deber or Deber.

Chemor

A demon. Also known as Chemor.

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Chevasche

A sorceress said to suck babies' blood. On occassion, identified as Chevasche.

Chi-Rho

A sacred symbol. Also identified as Chi-Rho.

Chomiel

A demon serving Demoriel. Sometimes called Chomiel.

chrisoletus

A stone said to have the power to repel demons. On occassion, referred to as chrisoletus, chrysolite or chrysolite.

chrysolite

A stone said to have the power to ward off demons and fevers. In some lore, occasionally referred to as chrysolite, chrisoletus or chrisoletus.

cieromancy

Divination by drawing lots. Occasionally called cieromancy.

Cimeries

A demon, a marquis of hell. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He is depicted astride a black horse and is said to teach literature. On occassion, identified as Cimeries.

Circle of the Sun

A megalith consisting of 5 stones with a central altar. Also commonly identified as Circle of the Sun.

City of Lanterns

A realm said to exist beyond the zodiac. Occasionally known as City of Lanterns.

clairaudience

The supposed power of hearing. The paranormal. In some references, referred to as clairaudience.

clairvoyance

The supposed power of seeing the paranormal: visionary power. Occasionally called clairvoyance.

Clavicles of Solomon

A collection of magic formulae. The collection was compiled, it is said, by King Solomon. In some references, called Clavicles of Solomon, Black Book or Black Book.

cledonomancy

Divination from the involuntary. Actions and utterances of humans. Occasionally identified as cledonomancy.

cleromancy

Divination by lot, such as falling dice. At times, referred to as cleromancy.

Cocao

A demon associated with the planet. Mercury and Wednesday. Sometimes identified as Cocao, Cochab, Cochab, Cochabiel or Cochabiel.

cock

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cockatrice

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Cocqcigrues

Imaginary animals. On occassion, referred to as Cocqcigrues, Cocquecigrues, Cocquecigrues, Cocquecugrues, Cocquecugrues, coquecigrues, coquecigrues or cocqcigrues.

Colopation

A demon said to throw open prisons. In some accounts, identified as Colopation.

colours

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colt-pixy

A mischievous fairy. Also referred to as colt-pixy.

comparative mythology

The study of mythologies to elucidate. Differences and common ground. Sometimes identified as comparative mythology.

conjuration

The raising of demons or spirits of the dead: black magic. Also commonly called conjuration.

Constantius

One of the Seven Sleepers. In some references, identified as Constantius.

control

A spirit alleged to direct a medium. During a seance. Occasionally known as control.

Coph

A mythical African king. Husband of Penelophon. In some accounts, identified as Coph, Qoph, Qoph, Koph or Zoph.

coral

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corna

A magic word used to avert evil. Occasionally called corna.

cornucopia

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Corson

One of the cardinal demons (south). Occasionally called Corson.

coscinomancy

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Cosmic Egg

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Cottys

Cottus Occasionally referred to as Cottys, Cottus, Cottus or Kottos.

Cozbi

A demon taking possession of humans. On occassion, called Cozbi.

creation

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Cresil

A demon of slovenliness. At times, called Cresil.

criminatores

The eighth order of demons, spirits of calumny, ruled by Ashtaroth. Also commonly called criminatores, exploratores or exploratores.

crithomancy

Divination using meal strewn over victims for sacrifice. Sometimes known as crithomancy.

crocodile

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crow

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crown

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Cruithneachan

A monk who taught St Columba when he was a boy. Also referred to as Cruithneachan.

cryptaesthesia

Paranormal perception: clairvoyance. In some accounts, referred to as cryptaesthesia.

crystallomancy

Divination with transparent bodies such as crystals. Identified as crystallomancy, scrying, scrying or crystal-gazing.

Cu Chorb

An ancestor of the kings of Leinster. Father of Cairbre Cluitheachair, Cormnac Lusc, Meas Corb and Nia Corb. Also called Cu Chorb.

cubomancy

Divination using dice. On occassion, called cubomancy.

Cuniali

A demon. On occassion, known as Cuniali.

cunning man

A wizard. Also commonly called cunning man, wizard or wizard.

cunning woman

A witch. Also referred to as cunning woman, witch, witch or malewarlock.

curis

The axis of the earth. A phallus. A rod, spear, etc. used for stirring. At creation. Also known as curis.

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Cusion

A demon. Sometimes identified as Cusion.

cynanthropy

The ability to turn oneself into a dog. Identified as cynanthropy, lycanthropy, lycanthropy, cucubuth, lupinam insaniam, lycanthropia, wolf madness or wolf-madness.

cynocephali

A mythical race of dog-headed humans. Said to live in India. Identified as cynocephali, hemicyne or hemicyne.

Dabriol

An angel associated with the south and Monday. Also commonly known as Dabriol.

dactylomancy

Divination using finger rings. Known as dactylomancy.

daemon

A good spirit intermediate between man and god: a demon. Called daemon, daimon, daimon, daimones, demon, plurdaimones, Roman genius, demon, demon or demon.

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Dagare

A deity invoked in white magic. Also commonly referred to as Dagare.

Dagda

A wax figure used in the casting of spells. Occasionally referred to as Dagda, Dagdae Daire, Dagdae Daire, Dagde, Dagde, Daghda, Daghda, Daghdha, Daghdha, Daygide, Daygide, Dagda, The, Dugal the Brown, Dugal the Brown, Great Father, Great Father, Bhraspati, Great God, Great God, Mahadeva, Reshpu, Mighty One, Mighty One or Sakhmet.

Dagon

A demon said to take possession of humans. Also commonly known as Dagon, Dagan, Dagan, Deogan, On, Doghan, Dagan, Dagan, Odacon, Onnes, Daguna, Oannes, Dagan, Dagan, Siton, Baal-Dagon, 'corn-lord', Dagan or Dagan.

daimonia

Pagan idols or evil beasts. In some lore, occasionally called daimonia.

Damael

An angel associated with the east and Tuesday. Identified as Damael, Damiel or Damiel.

dancing water

A magic liquid said to make women. Young, beautiful and rich. In some references, identified as dancing water.

Danel

A demon. Sometimes referred to as Danel, Daniel, Daniel, Dn'il or King Daniel.

Dantalian

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Dapnael

Ruler of one of the 7 supposed firmaments. Also known as Dapnael.

Dardariel

A demon. Also called Dardariel.

Darquiel

A demon associated with the south and Monday. Also commonly known as Darquiel.

Davy Jones

A seaman's term for the devil or sea spirit. Also commonly called Davy Jones.

Davy Jones' locker

The sea, regarded as the grave of drowned seamen. Sometimes called Davy Jones' locker.

De Animalibus

A book of mythical animals written by Isidore, a Spanish bishop. Also known as De Animalibus.

De Orbe Novo

A 15th C. Book of the mythology of the Americas, written by Peter Martyr. In some lore, occasionally referred to as De Orbe Novo.

Deamial

An angel associated with the east and Monday. Also identified as Deamial.

Deber

In some accounts, a devil who works. Evil at night. At times, called Deber, Cheleb or Cheleb.

Decarabia

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deer

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Deliel

A demon. Also referred to as Deliel.

dema-deities

Demi-gods worshipped in early. Planter communities. Occasionally called dema-deities.

Demiurge

A creator: a Gnostic god. Son of Abattu. In some references, called Demiurge, Demiourgos, Demiourgos, Demiurgus or Demiurgus.

Demogorgon

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demon

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Demon's Head

The influence of evil spirits. In some references, identified as Demon's Head, Algol, Algol, Demon, Demon Star, Demon (Star), Arab Demon's Head, Ras al Ghul, Hebrew Demon's Head, Rosh ha Satan or Satan's Head.

demoness

A female evil spirit or devil. Also commonly identified as demoness.

demoniac

One possessed by a devil. In some accounts, known as demoniac.

demoniacism

Possession by a devil. In some references, identified as demoniacism.

demonianism

The belief that humans can be possessed by devils. Also referred to as demonianism.

demoniast

One who believes in or deals with demons. Sometimes known as demoniast, demonist, demonist or demonolater.

demonifuge

A spell or charm said to ward off demons. Occasionally known as demonifuge, stones, stones or sacred stones.

demonise

To portray as or turn into a devil. In some references, identified as demonise.

demonism

Devil-worship. In some references, identified as demonism, demonality, demonality, demonolatry, demonolatry, demonomy or demonomy.

demonist

One who believes in or worships demons. Occasionally identified as demonist, demoniast, demoniast or demonolater.

demonocracy

Rule by devils: the power of devils. Also identified as demonocracy.

demonography

Writing about demons. In some accounts, known as demonography.

demonolater

One who worships devils. Also identified as demonolater, demoniast, demoniast or demonist.

demonologist

One who makes a study of devils, etc. In some lore, occasionally known as demonologist.

demonology

The study of devils, etc. Sometimes identified as demonology.

demonomagy

The study of magic in relation to demons. Also called demonomagy.

demonomancy

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demonomania

A state in which one feels possessed. By devils. In some accounts, called demonomania.

demonopath

One who suffers from the belief that his actions are controlled. By demons. Known as demonopath.

demonopathy

Illness, mental or physical, caused by the belief that one's actions are controlled by demons. In some lore, occasionally identified as demonopathy.

demonry

Influence by demons. Occasionally referred to as demonry.

Demoriel

A demon, emperor of the north. In some lore, occasionally identified as Demoriel.

Deumus

A demon. This being is depicted as a man with four horns and the legs of a cockerel. On occassion, known as Deumus, Dumo or Dumo.

deuteroscopy

Divination: second sight. Occasionally known as deuteroscopy.

Devel

A supreme god in the lore of the gypsies. Occasionally called Devel, Del or Del.

devil

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Devil of Silver

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Devil on Two Sticks

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devus

A name for a supreme deity. Occasionally referred to as devus.

dharani

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diablerie

Sorcery: the black art. Also commonly known as diablerie, diablery or diablery.

diabolos

A devil: in some accounts, a demon. Separate from Satan. In some accounts, referred to as diabolos.

diakka

A group of unclean spirits. Sometimes identified as diakka.

Dimoriél

One of the cardinal demons (north). Called Dimoriél.

Din

A demon. At times, called Din.

Dingbell

A female version of the gremlin. Also identified as Dingbell, Fifinella or Fifinella.

Dionysius

One of the Seven Sleepers. On occassion, identified as Dionysius, Dionusis, Dionusis, Dionysus, Enorches, Enorches, sacred animals, sacred animals, animals, Set India Dionysus, Set Australian Aborigines Thor Egypt Egypt Hera, Syria Dionysus, Egypt, Helius, Neptune, Shiva, Zeus Japan Egypt, Pasht Wadjet Hera, Hindu Egypt, Sebek, Set Heracles Huitlantecuhtli Dionysus Buddhism Atargatis Astarte Aphrodite, Venus Apollo, Athena Kaltesh Hestia, Isis Set Ares, Helius Wadjet Anubis, Set Dionysus Helius, Juno Dahomey, Osiris Dionysus, Sandan, Vulcan Dionysus India Dinka tribe, Jupiter Hathor Dionysus, Dusara, Polynesia Angus Og, Greece Dionysus, Zeus Nyx Wadjet Asclepius, Dayaks, Minerva, Sumeria Diana, Jurojin Dionysus Aphrodite, Heracles, Hermes Egypt Apollo, Ares, Wepwawet Asia or Hindu.

Dirachiel

A lunar demon. Also identified as Dirachiel.

Diriel

A demon, a duke serving Demoriél. Occasionally referred to as Diriel.

divination

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divine

Foretell future events: locate hidden. Things using supernatural powers. At times, referred to as divine.

diviner

One who foretells the future: one who locates hidden things using. Supernatural powers. Also commonly known as diviner, divinator or divinator.

divining rod

A rod or twig used by a diviner to locate. Things undergound, water, etc. In some lore, occasionally referred to as divining rod.

dobbie

A brownie: a house elf. Also known as dobbie, dobby, dobby, dobie or dobie.

dog

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dog of the shaman

A name for the jaguar. Occasionally known as dog of the shaman, Jaguar, Jaguar, Desana, Master of Animals or Dog of the Shaman.

dolphin

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Domdaniel

The undersea home of a sorcerer. An infernal cave. The supposed name of an evil spirit. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Domdaniel.

Dorothiel

A demon. In some accounts, referred to as Dorothiel.

dragon

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Dragon of Rhodes

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Dragonel

The English version of Draghignazzo. On occassion, known as Dragonel, Draghignazzo or Draghignazzo.

dragoness

A female dragon. Also commonly referred to as dragoness.

dragonet

A small dragon. At times, called dragonet.

dragonise

Turn into a dragon. Sometimes called dragonise.

drake

dragon[sup]1[/sup] On occassion, known as drake, dragon, dragon, worm, Celestial Stag or also Celestial Stag.

Druid's Circle

A ring of standing stones such as Stonehenge. Called Druid's Circle.

Druid's Egg

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druidry

Paganism. Occasionally referred to as druidry.

Duke of the South Border

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dukkeripen

Fortune-telling. Also referred to as dukkeripen.

eagle

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eagle stones

Magical stones said to be found in eagles. Nests. Also commonly identified as eagle stones, aetites, aetites, gagites or gagites.

Eanna Cinsealach

A king of Leinster. Father of Eochu. Also known as Eanna Cinsealach.

Earthly Paradise

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earthquake

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ebony

A timber said to have magical properties. Occasionally referred to as ebony.

Echdae

Husband of Aine, in some accounts. Occasionally identified as Echdae.

ectenic force

The force that enables one to move. Objects at a distance. This is the force said to be at work in levitation and psychokinesis. At times, referred to as ectenic force.

ectoplasm

Spirit-matter supposed to emanate from a spiritualist. Medium during a seance. Occasionally known as ectoplasm, ectosarc or ectosarc.

Ee-A-O

An androgynous being, ruler of one of the 7 heavens. Offspring of Yaldabaoth. Also commonly called Ee-A-O.

Egibiel

A moon-demon. In some accounts, identified as Egibiel.

Egyn

One of the cardinal demons (north). In some references, referred to as Egyn, Egim, Egim, Egin or Egin.

eidolon

A phantom: spirit apparition: soul. Also known as eidolon, eidola, eidola, plureidola or plureidola.

Eirenus

A demon associated with the destruction of idols. Also commonly known as Eirenus, Eirneus or Eirneus.

Eirnilus

A demon associated with fruit. In some accounts, identified as Eirnilus.

Eistibus

A demon of divination. Also identified as Eistibus.

elaeomancy

Divination from the reflections in the surface of oil. Sometimes known as elaeomancy.

elecampane

A flower said to have sprung from the tears of Helen of Troy. In some versions, this plant was said to heal wounds and confer immortality. Known as elecampane.

elemental

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elementalism

The doctrine that divinities are elemental powers: the worship of elemental spirits. In some accounts, called elementalism.

elementaries

Disembodied spirits, often malevolent. Occasionally identified as elementaries.

elements

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elephant

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elf-dance

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elf-locks

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elf-shot

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Elferon

Son of Elfideos. Brother of Oberon. In some references, referred to as Elferon.

Eliot

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Eliphamasai

A demon. Also called Eliphamasai.

elixir of gold

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elixir of life

A liquor or powder, which would bestow. Eternal life, which the alchemists. Struggled in vain to produce. In some accounts, known as elixir of life, spagyric food or spagyric food.

Eloai

A primaeval being of the Gnostics, ruler of one of the 7 heavens. One of the 7 androgynous beings, offspring of Yaldabaoth. At times, called Eloai.

Elomnia

A demon. Sometimes identified as Elomnia.

emerald

A precious stone said to guard against evil spirits. Occasionally referred to as emerald.

Emerald Tablet

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Emoniel

A demon. In some references, called Emoniel.

empusa

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empyromancy

Divination from the behaviour of various things placed on a fire. Also identified as empyromancy, pyromancy or pyromancy.

Enediel

A moon-demon. Called Enediel.

enfield

A monster, part wolf, part fox, part greyhound. Occasionally identified as enfield.

Ennoia

Consorts of Gnostic gods. Sometimes known as Ennoia.

Enochian call

A ritual used to conjure up spirits, demons and elementals. On occassion, identified as Enochian call.

Enochian demons

Demons mentioned in the Book of Enoch. As fallen angels. Sometimes identified as Enochian demons.

Entheos

Indwelling divine power: inspiration. Sometimes referred to as Entheos.

entity

A disembodied spirit: a demon. Also identified as entity.

envotement

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epimacus

A heraldic griffin. Referred to as epimacus.

epopt

One introduced to the Eleusinian. Mysteries. In some references, referred to as epopt.

Erechtheum

A temple in Athens devoted to Erechtheus and others. Occasionally known as Erechtheum, Erekhtheion, Erekhtheion, Greek, Greek, Elagabalus, Elagabalus, Eupheme, Erekhthion or Erekhthion.

Ergodiel

A moon-demon. In some references, referred to as Ergodiel.

Ertrael

A demon. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Ertrael.

eten

A giant. Known as eten, ettin or ettin.

Eudaf

A king of Britain. Son of Caradoc. Father of Cynan, Elen and Gadeon. Sometimes identified as Eudaf, Evdaf, Evdaf, Octavius or Octavius.

euhemerism

The explanation of mythology from history with gods as men writ large. In some lore, occasionally called euhemerism.

Eupheme

A goddess of eloquence, nurse to the Muses. Mother of Crotus by Pan. In some references, referred to as Eupheme, Greek, Greek, Elagabalus, Elagabalus or Erechtheum.

Euronymous

A demon. In black magic, one of the Grand Dignitaries, the prince of death. In some references, called Euronymous.

European Sibyl

A mediaeval prophetess. In some references, called European Sibyl.

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Eurynomus

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Ever Breath

Son of Selepus. Father of Epistrophus and Mynes. Known as Ever Breath, Heng Hsi, Heng Hsi, Chang Hsi or Heng O.

evil eye

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evocation

A spell which induces the dead or the devil to appear. Called evocation.

Ewayne

Owain Sometimes called Ewayne, Owain, Owain, Ewain, Ivain, Knight of the Lion, Owe(i)n, Uwain(e), Dutch Iwa(i)nus, IweinFrench Yvain, Ywain, Owain, Owain, Owein the Bastard, Iwain, Owen, Owain or Owain.

exorcism

The rite used to expel spirits said to have taken possession of humans. Occasionally called exorcism.

extra-sensory perception

Alleged ability to perceive things. Outside the range of the normal. Senses. Sometimes known as extra-sensory perception, esp, esp, sixth sense, sixth sense or extra sensory perception.

eye

The eye of a cockerel is said to guard. Against witchcraft; that of a newt. Guards against disease. Occasionally referred to as eye.

Fabas

A demon. On occassion, identified as Fabas.

fable

A fictitious story: a myth. In some references, known as fable.

faerie

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fairy

A diminutive supernatural being. Some say that these immortal beings are the children of Adam and Lilith. Also identified as fairy, faerie, faerie, faery, fairyland, fay, fay, fey, fey, French fée, French fée, Italian fata or Italian fata.

fairy loaves

Fossil sea-urchins. It is said that these fossils are made by fairies. In some references, referred to as fairy loaves.

fairy money

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fairy rings

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fairy sparks

Phosphorescence from decaying. Matter. The glow from this source was said to be made by fairies to light their revels. Sometimes referred to as fairy sparks.

fairy stone

A lucky charm. This stone brings good fortune to its owner but, if it is touched by another person, it loses its effectiveness. Called fairy stone.

fairy wind

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fairyland

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familiar

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Farris

A demon of the hours of the day. At times, identified as Farris.

fascination

A charm which enabled the wearer to see things not visible to others. Sometimes known as fascination.

fascinum

A phallic amulet. Sometimes referred to as fascinum.

Feast of Souls

A festival, held in November, in honour of the dead. In some accounts, called Feast of Souls.

Fecor

A demon guarding underground. Treasure. On occassion, identified as Fecor, Gaziel, Gaziel or Anarazel.

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fetch-candle

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fetish

Something revered irrationally. An object supposed to invoke the services of a spirit inside it. In some references, referred to as fetish, fetich, fetich, fetiche, fetiche, fetich(e) or fetich(e).

fetishism

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Fianna

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Ficna

Fiachna[sup]1[/sup] Sometimes called Ficna, Fiachna or Fiachna.

Fifinella

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fig faun

A desert monster or demon said to live on figs. At times, known as fig faun.

fig gesture

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fig tree

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Finbeus

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finger amulets

Luck charms made from human fingers. Referred to as finger amulets.

fire

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first humans

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fish

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fish-god

A god in the form of a fish. In some references, identified as fish-god.

Flauros

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Fleberdigibet

A demon of the dance. Also identified as Fleberdigibet, Flibbertigibbet or Flibbertigibbet.

Flood

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Floron

A demon. Sometimes referred to as Floron.

Forcalor

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Forcas

A demon. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. At times, referred to as Forcas, Focas or Focas.

Forneus

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Four Astrological Ages

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Four Astrological Quarters

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fox

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Frateretto

A demon of the dance. Sometimes identified as Frateretto.

Friagne

An angel of the fifth heaven, governing the east. Sometimes called Friagne.

Friar Rush

A strolling spirit leading monks astray. Some accounts equate him with the Devil. Also commonly referred to as Friar Rush, Bruder Rausch or Bruder Rausch.

Frimost

A demon associated with Tuesday. Sometimes known as Frimost, Nambroth or Nambroth.

Frimutel

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Frostri

Frosti At times, identified as Frostri, Frosti, Frosti, Frostre, Frosti or Frosti.

Furcas

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Furfur

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furiae

The seventh order of demons, ruled. By Abaddon. In some accounts, called furiae, Furies, Furies, Benignant Ones, Erinnyes, Erinnys, Erinues, Erinyes, Eumenides, Furiae, Kindly Ones, Solemn Ones, Ara(e), Erin(n)yes, Erunnys, Eumenides, Maniai, Norse Waelcyrge, Roman Dirae, Furiae or Semnai Theai.

Gaap

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Gabriel

A demon. An angel of the fifth heaven. Associated with the east. In some accounts, he controls wealth. Sometimes known as Gabriel.

Gag Noz

An empty boat which appears in Finistere, said to portend death. Sometimes referred to as Gag Noz, Boat of the Night or Boat of the Night.

gagates

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Galdel

A demon: an angel of the fifth heaven, governing the south. On occassion, known as Galdel.

Gambiel

A spirit, ruler of Aquarius. At times, called Gambiel, Tzakmaqiel or Tzakmaqiel.

Gamigin

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Ganymedes

Ganza. A mythical wild goose. Sometimes known as Ganymedes, Ganymede, Ganymede, Ganumedes or Roman Catamitus.

Gaonim

A good demon. Sometimes referred to as Gaonim.

Garman

Son of Gias. He abducted the goddess Mesca and seduced her. Sometimes known as Garman, Irish or Irish.

gastromancy

Divination with large glasses or from stomach noises. Identified as gastromancy.

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Gaziel

A demon guarding. Underground treasures. In some accounts, known as Gaziel, Fecor, Fecor or Anarazel.

Gebiel

A demon of the air. Referred to as Gebiel.

Gediel

A demon of the south-west. At times, known as Gediel.

Gedobonai

A demon of the air. Occasionally identified as Gedobonai.

Gelial

A moon-demon. Occasionally referred to as Gelial.

Gelonairos

A demon of the air. Occasionally referred to as Gelonairos.

Gemini

The third sign of the zodiac, the Twins. In some references, called Gemini, Twins or Twins.

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Geniel

A moon-demon. On occassion, referred to as Geniel.

Genon

A spirit of fruitfulness. In some references, referred to as Genon.

geolatry

Earth-worship. Sometimes known as geolatry.

geomancy

Divination from figures drawn in earth or sand from patterns in the dust or from pebbles thrown on the ground. On occassion, referred to as geomancy, Chinese feng-shui or Chinese feng-shui.

geomantic demons

Spirits associated with geomancy. In some references, referred to as geomantic demons.

Geradial

A spirit, ruler of the Astasian demons. On occassion, called Geradial.

Gereinon

A spirit of fruitfulness. Sometimes referred to as Gereinon.

Geron

A spirit of fruitfulness. In some references, called Geron.

ghost

An apparition: a spirit of the dead. These beings appear in mythologies world-wide and take countless forms, sometimes benevolent, sometimes evil. Known as ghost, phantom, phantom, fantom, shade, shade, shadow, spectre, spectre, revenant, revenant or undead.

ghoul

A demon preying on the dead: a fiend. In some lore, occasionally referred to as ghoul, ghool, ghool, ghul, ghul, ghoula, ghulah, si'la, malequtrub, Persian ghol, Arab ghul, Arab ghul or ghol.

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Giel

An angel, ruler of the sign Gemini. In some accounts, known as Giel.

ginseng

A herb which, in the east, is said to contain the elixir of life. Occasionally called ginseng.

Giwish

Gish Occasionally referred to as Giwish, Gish or Gish.

Glauron

A demon of the air governing. The north. Sometimes referred to as Glauron.

Glendoveer

A good spirit. Sometimes called Glendoveer.

glossolalia

Speaking in tongues: the use of (words which sound as if part of) unknown. Languages, under the influence of some possessing spirit. Sometimes referred to as glossolalia, xenoglossia, xenoglossia or xenoglossy.

gnome

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goblin

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god-eyes

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goety

Black magic: miracle-working. Occasionally referred to as goety, black magic, black magic, necromancy, witchcraft or goetia.

Golden Calf

A hairy demon. Also identified as Golden Calf.

Golden Gate

The gate to heaven. In some accounts, identified as Golden Gate.

Good Folk, The

The fairies. Known as Good Folk, The, Good Neighbours, Good Neighbours, Good Folk, Good People, Good People, Little People, Little People, Faylinn, Faylinn, Little People, Wee Folk, The Good Folk or The Little People.

Gospel of the Witches

A book of demonology and witchcraft. Written by C G Leland and published in 1899. In some references, identified as Gospel of the Witches, Aradia, Aradia, Book of Shadows or Book of Shadows.

Grabbersnitch

The English version of Grafficane. Referred to as Grabbersnitch, Grafficane or Grafficane.

gramary

Enchantment or magic. Identified as gramary, gramarye or gramarye.

Great Bear

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Great Beast, The

Book of magic by Aleister Crowley, published in 1915. Occasionally referred to as Great Beast, The.

Great Goddess

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Great Mother

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Great Negro

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Great Sabbat

Great Seer of the Hammer. (see God of the Axe) Occasionally known as Great Sabbat, Sabbat, Sabbat, Sabbath, vauderie, vaudoiserie, Witches' Sabbath or vaud(ois)erie.

Greissmodel

An evil demon. Also called Greissmodel.

gremlin

A spirit causing mechanical trouble. Also known as gremlin, femaleDingbelle or femaleDingbelle.

Gressil

A demon. In some accounts, known as Gressil.

Griessmodal

An evil spirit in the form of a spaniel. In some references, called Griessmodal.

Grimalkin

A witch's familiar in the form of a cat; A demon. On occassion, called Grimalkin, Graymalkin or Graymalkin.

grimoire

A book of magic spells used to call. Up spirits. Occasionally referred to as grimoire.

Grismodal

A demon. Sometimes referred to as Grismodal.

grylli

A talisman in the form of a chimaera or griffin. Also commonly known as grylli, gorgoneion, gorgoneion, chimaera, gorgoneum or chimaera.

Guebres

Fire-worshippers. Referred to as Guebres, Ghebers or Ghebers.

Guland

A demon associated with Saturday. Sometimes referred to as Guland, Nabam or Nabam.

Gusayn

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Guttlehog

The English version of Ciriato. On occassion, called Guttlehog, Ciriato, Ciriato or Ciriatto.

Guzhak

Consort of Hoshang. She and Hoshang, offspring of Siyamak and Nashak, are regarded as the progenitors of the Iranians. In some lore, occasionally identified as Guzhak, Persian, Persian or Ahura Mazda.

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Haatan

A demon said to hide treasure. Occasionally identified as Haatan.

Habondia

A queen of spirits, witches, etc. At times, referred to as Habondia.

Hadur

A Hungarian deity, light personified. In some lore, occasionally called Hadur, European or European.

haematomancy

Divination based on the way blood. Runs from a victim. At times, referred to as haematomancy.

haemony

A plant said, in Milton's works, to ward off evil spells. At times, identified as haemony.

hag

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hag-knots

Tangled hair in a horse's mane, said to be caused by witches. On occassion, called hag-knots.

hag-stone

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Hagenti

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Haggit

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Hahab

A demon associated with royalty. Occasionally known as Hahab.

Hahabi

A demon of fear. On occassion, referred to as Hahabi.

Halache

A demon associated with sympathy. In some accounts, called Halache.

Hallows

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Halphas

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hamadryad

A tree nymph who lived and died with the tree for which she was responsible. Also commonly referred to as hamadryad, dryad, dryad, dru, dry, plurdryades, plurhamadryades or plurhamadryades.

Hamaliel

A demon, ruler of the Zodiacal sign. Virgo, the virgin. Sometimes known as Hamaliel, Schaltiel or Schaltiel.

Hanael

A demon, ruler of the Zodiacal sign. Capricorn, the goat. On occassion, called Hanael, Semaquiel or Semaquiel.

Hand of Glory

The hand of a dead, mad person, soaked in oil, which thieves were said to use as a magic torch. At times, referred to as Hand of Glory.

hare

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hariolate

Foretell the future. Occasionally called hariolate.

hariolation

Divination. Sometimes called hariolation.

Harlequin

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Haruna

Harun Also identified as Haruna, Harun or Harun.

haruspicate

Fortell the future. Sometimes identified as haruspicate.

haruspication

Divination from the entrails of animals. In some lore, occasionally called haruspication, extispicy, extispicy, haruspicy or haruspicy.

Hasmodai

One of the 7 Intelligences, ruler of the moon. Also known as Hasmodai, Asmodeus, Asmodeus, Achemedai, Ashmadai, Ashmedai, Asmeday, Asmodaeus, Asmodai, Asmoday, Demon Prince, Prince of Demons, Sidonay, Sydonay, Devil on Two Sticks, Limping Devil or Persian Aeshma.

Hatiphas

A demon associated with garments. Sometimes identified as Hatiphas.

Haven

A demon of dignity. Sometimes referred to as Haven.

hawk

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heaven

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Hecadoth

A demon. Sometimes identified as Hecadoth.

Heiglot

A demon of snowstorms. On occassion, referred to as Heiglot.

heliolatry

Sun-worship. Also known as heliolatry.

heliotrope

A stone, a greenish form of quartz. Some say it makes its wearer invisible. Sometimes called heliotrope.

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Hell-money

Paper money burnt as an offering to the dead. In some accounts, identified as Hell-money.

Hellison

A spirit of fruitfulness. In some lore, occasionally known as Hellison.

henbane

A plant said to have magical powers. Also known as henbane.

hepatoscopy

Divination by inspection of animals'. Livers or entrails. At times, known as hepatoscopy.

Herfather

A name for Odin. Also referred to as Herfather, Herfadir, Herfadir, Her-Tyr or Odin.

Hergart

Sister of Herwig. Wife of Hartmut. Also called Hergart.

hermetic powder

A powder said to be able to effect. Cures at a distance. Known as hermetic powder.

Herodiades

A demon, ruler of the night. He is said to have presided over the rites of sabbat. Also identified as Herodiades, Nocticula or Nocticula.

hex

A witch or wizard: a spell: to bewitch. In some references, called hex.

hexagram

A six-pointed star used in magic. Occasionally called hexagram.

hieromancy

Divination from objects used in sacrifice. Also commonly identified as hieromancy, hieroscopy or hieroscopy.

Hiniel

An angel of the fifth heaven, associated with the north and Tuesday. Sometimes known as Hiniel.

hippocampus

A sea-monster like a horse with the tail of a fish or dolphin: the horse of Poseidon. In some references, referred to as hippocampus, hydrippus, hydrippus, plurhippocampi, plurhippocampi, Farasi Bahari, Farasi Bahari, Farasul Bahri, Egyptian Sabgarifiya, Greek Hippocampus, Sabgarifiya or Sabgarifiya.

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hippolatry

The worship of horses. On occassion, identified as hippolatry.

hippolectryon

A monster in the form of a horse with the feet and tail of a cockerel. On occassion, referred to as hippolectryon.

hircocervus

A monster, part goat, part stag. Sometimes called hircocervus, tragelaph or tragelaph.

Hismael

A demon of the planet Jupiter. In some lore, occasionally called Hismael.

Hizarbin

A sea-demon. Referred to as Hizarbin.

hob

A brownie: a frightful apparition. In some lore, occasionally known as hob.

hobbidance

A malevolent sprite. In some references, referred to as hobbidance, Hoberdidance or Hoberdidance.

hobgoblin

A mischievous sprite such as a brownie. In some accounts, referred to as hobgoblin.

Hogos

A demon associated with the planet. Venus and Friday. Sometimes identified as Hogos, Nogah or Nogah.

Hollenfurt

The flight of witches. At times, known as Hollenfurt.

holocaust

The sacrificial burning of victims. In some accounts, known as holocaust.

homunculus

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Hoodoo

A mixture of voodoo with Christian. Religion. In some lore, occasionally called Hoodoo, voodoo, voodoo, vaudoo, vaudou, vaudoux, vodou, vodun, voodooism, voudou, vaudou(x), vodu, hoodoo, 'white magic' or 'white magic'.

Horant

A warrior and musician at Hettel's. Court. He, with Frute and Wat, abducted Hilde who married Hettel. In some references, referred to as Horant.

Horned God

The god of witches. Sometimes called Horned God.

horoscope

The position of the planets at the moment of a person's birth. Astrologers purport to foretell a person's future from such observations. In some references, called horoscope.

horse

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hound marine

A sea monster, part dog, part fish. Sometimes known as hound marine.

Hughie

A mythical god of surfers. Also referred to as Hughie.

hummingbird

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Hutgin

A demon. In black magic he was ambassador to Italy. On occassion, known as Hutgin.

Hydriel

A water-demon. Occasionally known as Hydriel.

hydromancy

Divination using water. In some references, known as hydromancy.

hyena

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Iah

A demon. In some accounts, identified as Iah.

iatromancy

Divination by incubation. Sometimes known as iatromancy.

ibex

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ichthyomancy

Divination using the entrails of fish. In some references, referred to as ichthyomancy.

Icosiel

A demon of the air. On occassion, called Icosiel.

idolomancy

Divination by using idols. In some references, called idolomancy.

immortal

A god. In some references, known as immortal.

immortality

The state of eternal existence; Exemption from death. In some references, identified as immortality.

imp

A sprite: a wicked spirit. Also identified as imp.

incarnation

A manifestation of a god: the possession of a medium by a spirit. Also called incarnation.

incubation

Sleeping in a sacred place for inspiration or cure. In some cases, the incubant sacrificed an animal and slept in its hide. Identified as incubation.

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infernal

Pertaining to the underworld. On occassion, known as infernal.

Infernal Court

The ruling body in hell. This court is said to comprise a hierarchy of princes, ministers, ambassadors, justices, houses of princes and lesser pleasures. Occasionally identified as Infernal Court.

infernalia

A collection of writing relating to hell. At times, referred to as infernalia.

inferno

Hell. Occasionally referred to as inferno.

infestation

An act of violence caused by an evil spirit. In some references, called infestation.

Infideles

A 12th C. Order of the damned, the unbelievers. In some references, known as Infideles.

Ingun

An aspect of Freya as a fertility-goddess. Also referred to as Ingun, Yngvi, Yngvi, Ingvi-Frey, Norse or Norse.

Ingwaz

(see Inguz] Sometimes referred to as Ingwaz, Inguz or Inguz.

invultuation

The making of an image to use in witchcraft: the use of such an image. Also commonly referred to as invultuation.

Iophiel

One of the 7 Intelligences, ruler of the planet Jupiter. Sometimes referred to as Iophiel.

Ipos

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Ischin

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Isle of Arran

In some accounts, this Scottish island. Is regarded as Emain Ablach. Occasionally referred to as Isle of Arran, Arran or Arran.

Isle of Destiny

(see Inis Fail] In some references, called Isle of Destiny, Inis Fail, Inis Fail, Inishail or Innis Fail.

ithyphallic

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Iuvart

A demon. Identified as Iuvart.

Iynx

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jade

A green mineral. The Chinese say it was made from the bone-marrow of Pan-ku. It is believed to preserve the dead from decay. Also referred to as jade.

Jael

An angel, ruler of the Zodiacal sign. Libra. Sometimes called Jael.

Jala-Hastin

(see Jalebha] Referred to as Jala-Hastin, Jalebha or Jalebha.

Janiceps

A two-headed monster. In some accounts, known as Janiceps.

Jazeriel

A moon-demon. Called Jazeriel.

Jefischa

A demon of the hours of the day. In some accounts, known as Jefischa.

Jeraspunt

A castle, home of Virginal, where she. Married Dietrich. At times, known as Jeraspunt.

Jerobaal

A demon said to take possession of humans. In some references, known as Jerobaal.

jet

A black mineral said to ward off serpents and spells. Sometimes referred to as jet.

Joannes

One of the Seven Sleepers. On occassion, identified as Joannes.

Jomiael

A demon. Also referred to as Jomiael.

Jubanladace

A good demon. He is depicted with a flaming sword. In some lore, occasionally called Jubanladace.

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Jupiter's beard

The house-leek which is used as a charm to protect against lightning and evil spirits. Also called Jupiter's beard.

Juvant

A demon of reincarnation. At times, referred to as Juvant.

Kalab

A demon of sacred vessels. In some lore, occasionally known as Kalab.

kalamaka

A monster, part crocodile, part lion. In some lore, occasionally referred to as kalamaka, makara, makara, gaja-simha, Makara, Makara, makara[sup]1, makara[sup]1, 2[/sup], 2[/sup], Caecius, Dakkinis, Hine, Iseult, Isolt, Italapas, Italpas, Kakios, Kakus, Ker, Legua, Lilit, Lilithu, Lilitu, Parsifal, Pemba, Pol, rvch or Yama.

Kalau

Evil spirits causing illness and death. In some references, called Kalau, Kala, Kala, Kalak, Kamak or Ninvit.

karcist

One who can call up demons and spirits. Sometimes identified as karcist.

Karia

A name for the Rainbow Snake. Occasionally referred to as Karia.

Kasdeya

A devil of destruction. Occasionally known as Kasdeya.

Kataris

A demon associated with dogs. At times, called Kataris.

Kavya

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Kedemel

A demon of the planet Venus. Also called Kedemel.

kilcrop

The child of a woman and an incubus. These children are said to have a voracious appetite but rarely live longer than seven years. Identified as kilcrop.

King of the World

(see Daire Donn. In some references, called King of the World, Chinggis Khan, Chinggis Khan, Borjigin, Tumujin, Daire Donn, Daire Donn, Sinsar, Dara Donn, Battle of Fionn's Strand, Mandhatri or Mandhatri.

kinocetus

A stone said to have the power to repel demons. In some lore, occasionally known as kinocetus.

Kiriel

A moon-demon. Also commonly referred to as Kiriel, Ciriel or Ciriel.

Kne

A demon. At times, referred to as Kne.

Kobal

A demon in charge of entertainment in hell as stage manager. Occasionally identified as Kobal.

Konjin

(see Ushitoro-no-Konjin} At times, referred to as Konjin, Ushitoro-no-Konjin or Ushitoro-no-Konjin.

Labed

A demon. In some references, known as Labed.

Labezerin

A demon associated with success. In some lore, occasionally identified as Labezerin.

Labus

A demon of the Inquisition. In some accounts, identified as Labus.

Lampadomancy

Divination from flames. Also referred to as Lampadomancy.

Langal

A name for the Rainbow Snake. On occassion, known as Langal.

language

Legend has it that Adam and Eve spoke. Persian, the serpent spoke Arabic and Gabriel spoke Turkish. Occasionally referred to as language.

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Lebes

An angel of fruitfulness. Sometimes referred to as Lebes.

lecanomancy

Divination by the reflections in the surfaces of dishes or bowls of water. Occasionally called lecanomancy.

Lechies

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leeting

A gathering of witches at Hallowe'en. Occasionally known as leeting, lating or lating.

lemon

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Lemuria

A supposed lost continent, the birthplace of man. Sometimes called Lemuria.

Leo

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Leonard

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leopard

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lepanthropy

The supposed power to turn oneself. Into a hare. In some lore, occasionally called lepanthropy.

Lerajie

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Leviathan

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levitation

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ley lines

Imaginary cross-country lines. These lines are imagined to join sites of religious or historical importance and to be imbued with magical properties. Referred to as ley lines.

libanomancy

Divination from burning incense. Sometimes known as libanomancy.

liberou

A form of werewolf. Sometimes identified as liberou, leperou, leperou, legarau, werewolf, West Indian legarau or West Indian legarau.

Libra

The seventh sign of the Zodiac, the balance or scales. Occasionally referred to as Libra, Balance, Balance, scales, scales, Jugum, Jugum, Arab Mizan or Arab Mizan.

Librabis

A demon associated with hidden gold. Also called Librabis.

lightning

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Lilith

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limbo

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lindworm

A monster in the form of a wingless wivern. On occassion, referred to as lindworm.

lion

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lithomancy

Divination using stones. Also known as lithomancy.

Loholt

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Lon Dubh

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Lotus Eaters, The

A poem by Tennyson describing an incident in the Odyssey. In some lore, occasionally called Lotus Eaters, The.

Lucifer

In black magic, this being was a demon, the chief justice. On occassion, known as Lucifer, Light-bearer, Light-bearer or Lucifer.

Lucifuge Rocofale

A demon said to reveal. Hidden treasure. Also referred to as Lucifuge Rocofale.

Luridan

A demon, ruler of the north. In some references, called Luridan, Belelah or Belelah.

lycanthrope

A human in the form of a wolf; A wolf-man. Sometimes called lycanthrope, cynanthropist, cynanthropist, lycanthropist or lycanthropist.

lycanthropy

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Macariel

A demon who carries secrets. In some references, identified as Macariel.

madabi

A form of sympathetic magic. In some references, referred to as madabi.

Madim

A demon associated with the planet. Mars and Tuesday. Sometimes identified as Madim, Madime or Madime.

Mael

An angel of the first heaven, associated with the north. Occasionally called Mael.

maggot

An evil being which eats the brain, causing madness. Identified as maggot.

magianism

Eastern sorcery. Also called magianism, magism or magism.

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magic carpet

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magic square

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magical birth

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magician

One who works wonders. In some lore, occasionally known as magician, Hunapu, Hunapu, Hun Ahpo, Hun Apu, Hunahpu, Hunaphu, Magician, Master, Hun A(h)pu, Magician, Man Maker, Man Maker or Magician.

magicism

A magical act. Occasionally referred to as magicism.

magistellus

An incubus or a succubus in intimate. Relationship to a witch. In some lore, occasionally called magistellus, familiar, familiar, sending, labuni, familiae or familiae.

magnetic mountain

A mountain which drew the nails from passing ships. Sometimes referred to as magnetic mountain.

Magot

A demon. In some accounts, called Magot.

magpie

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Magus

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Maha-ben-ach

An ancient Eastern sun-god. At times, known as Maha-ben-ach.

Mahomet

A demon said to take possession of humans. In some lore, occasionally identified as Mahomet.

Mahonin

A demon said to be a fallen angel. On occassion, identified as Mahonin.

Malacoda

A demon in Danté's Inferno. Also commonly referred to as Malacoda, Belzecue or Belzecue.

Malchidael

A demon, ruler of Aries. Also referred to as Malchidael, Malkidiel, Malkidiel, Sarahiel or Sarahiel.

Malchus

One of the Seven Sleepers. Referred to as Malchus.

Malebranche

A demon in Dante's Inferno. Sometimes called Malebranche, Hellraker or Hellraker.

malefici

The tenth order of the damned, witches and sorcerers. In some accounts, identified as malefici, maleficus, maleficus, singmaleficus or singmaleficus.

maleficium

The art of the witch: doing harm. By magic. On occassion, identified as maleficium.

maleficus

A sorcerer: a witch. In some references, identified as maleficus, malefici, malefici or singmaleficus.

Malephar

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Malgaras

A demon of the west. Sometimes identified as Malgaras.

Malkin

A demon. Occasionally identified as Malkin.

Malpas

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Mammon

A demon of avarice or temptation. In black magic, an ambassador to England. In some lore, occasionally called Mammon.

mandrake

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manism

Worship of the manes, spirits of the dead: ancestor-worship. Also called manism.

manna

Food miraculously supplied. At times, identified as manna, Man, Man, Chokmah, man, man or Chang.

manticora

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Marbas

A demon. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He is envisaged in the form of a lion. Occasionally called Marbas, Barbas, Barbas or Barbason.

marcou

A seventh (or ninth) son who, some say, is destined to become a sorcerer. Occasionally known as marcou.

Marnes

A demon. Referred to as Marnes.

marquis

A rank in the hierarchy of demons. Also commonly called marquis.

Martinet

A demon controlling a sorcerer. Sometimes called Martinet.

Martinianus

One of the Seven Sleepers. Occasionally called Martinianus.

Mascarum

A demon associated with death. Sometimes identified as Mascarum, Mascarvin or Mascarvin.

mascot

A person, animal or object said to bring good fortune. On occassion, called mascot.

Maseriel

A demon of the west. In some accounts, called Maseriel.

Masgabriel

An angel of the fourth heaven. Associated with north and Sunday. Also known as Masgabriel.

Mastema

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Master of Breath

(see Esaugetuh Emissee] Sometimes known as Master of Breath, Esaugetuh Emissee or Esaugetuh Emissee.

Mastho

A demon of delusion. Occasionally identified as Mastho.

Mastiphal

A demon, prince of darkness. Sometimes known as Mastiphal.

materialisation

The appearance of a ghost. Also commonly known as materialisation.

Mathiel

An angel of the fifth heaven associated with the north. In some accounts, identified as Mathiel.

Matter of Rome, The

The classical myths of Greece and Rome. Occasionally called Matter of Rome, The.

Matuyel

An angel of the fourth heaven. Associated with north and Sunday. Also referred to as Matuyel.

Maximianus

One of the Seven Sleepers. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Maximianus.

Maynom

Demon said to appear in the form of a sheep. Sometimes referred to as Maynom.

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medium

One acting as an intermediary between this world and the spirit world. Occasionally known as medium.

mediumism

The phenomenon alleged to be brought about by the action of a medium. At times, identified as mediumism.

Mehod

A demon. Also referred to as Mehod.

Melchom

a demon acting as a treasurer in hell In some references, identified as Melchom.

Menadiel

A demon who can be trusted with secrets. Sometimes known as Menadiel.

Mendrion

A demon of the horns of the day. Also commonly known as Mendrion.

merchild

A monster in the form of a child/fish. Sometimes known as merchild.

Merizim

A demon of pestilence. Also identified as Merizim, Merihim or Merihim.

merlion

A monster, part lion, part fish. Sometimes known as merlion.

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merman

A monster, part man, part fish. The male version of a mermaid. Sometimes known as merman, sea-man or sea-man.

Merodach

A demon. Also referred to as Merodach.

Meroudys

(see Herodis] Occasionally identified as Meroudys, Herodis or Herodis.

merpeople

Monsters, part human, part fish. At times, known as merpeople.

metals

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metamorphosis

Magical shape-changing. In some references, known as metamorphosis.

metascopy

Divination from lines on the forehead. In some accounts, referred to as metascopy.

metempsychosis

The passing of a soul into another. Body after death. In some accounts, called metempsychosis, transfiguration, transfiguration, transmigration or transmigration.

metis

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Midas' head

A monster in the form of a man's head. With the ears of an ass. In some lore, occasionally called Midas' head.

Mimameider

(see Mimameith Sometimes referred to as Mimameider.

miracle

Something achieved by supernatural. Power. Occasionally referred to as miracle.

miracle-worker

One who purports to work wonders. In some accounts, identified as miracle-worker.

Misran

A demon of persecution. In some accounts, referred to as Misran.

Misroch

A demon. In black magic he is the paymaster of the Royal Household. Occasionally referred to as Misroch.

Mitraton

An angel of the second heaven, associated with the west. On occassion, known as Mitraton.

Mizgitari

A demon associated with eagles. Referred to as Mizgitari.

Mizkun

A demon of amulets. Also called Mizkun.

Mne Seraphim

A name for Bne Seraphim used by William Blake. Father of Thel. On occassion, called Mne Seraphim, Bne Seraphim or Bne Seraphim.

Molaise

Friend of Maodhog. At times, referred to as Molaise.

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monad

A spirit: god: a divine spark. Also called monad.

Moneneque

A name for Tezcatlipoca as Claimer of Prayer. In some references, identified as Moneneque, Claimer of Prayer, Claimer of Prayer, Monenequi, Monenequi, Tezcatlipoca, Tezcatlipoca, Camaxtli, Chac, Cocijo, Fiery Mirror, Moyocoatzin, Moyocoyan, Onachihuitonatiuh, Smoking Mirror, Teimatini, Tescatlipoca, Texcatzoncatl, Tezcatepuca, Tlamatzsincatl, Yoamaxtli, Chalchihuitotolin, Huitzilopochtli, Itzlacoliuhque, Itzli, Mixcoatl-Camaxtli, Nezahuapilli, Omacatl, Quetzalcoatl, Telpochtli, Tepeyollotl, Titlac(ah)uan, Tlaloc, Tonatiuh, Tree of Mirrors, Xipetotec, Yaotl, Yoalli Ehecatl, Yaotlinecoc, Yaotzin, Mayan Chac, Mixtec Tzahui, Totanac Tajin, Zapotec Cocijo, Moquequelsa, Pantecatle, Tequiua, Teyocoyani or Touyo.

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monopode

One of a race with just one, very. Large, foot. In some accounts, known as monopode.

Monstorum Historia

A 17th C. Book about mythical birds and beasts. Also known as Monstorum Historia.

moon

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moon-dew

A magical potion made from menstrual. Blood and used by witches. In some lore, occasionally referred to as moon-dew.

Morax

A demon. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He appears as a bull-headed man who, it is said, can teach the sciences. Also called Morax, Foraii, Foraii, Forax or Forax.

Morborgran

An evil spirit. He is depicted in the role of a servant. Also known as Morborgran.

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Mother of Mind

(see Alaghom} Occasionally referred to as Mother of Mind, Alaghom Naum, Alaghom Naum, Alaghom Naom or Iztat Ix.

Mount Celion

The site of the cave where the Seven. Sleepers were immured. At times, called Mount Celion.

Mount Himavat

The place where Manu's boat landed after the flood. Also referred to as Mount Himavat, Hindu, Hindu, sacred animals, Naubandhana or Naubandhana.

Mu

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Muit

A name for the Rainbow Snake. Occasionally identified as Muit, Mut, Mut, Great Sorcerer, Hathor, Isis, Lady of Asheru, Ma, Muit, Muut, Nekhbet, Ament, Sakhmet, The Great Sorceress, Greek Hera, Ament, Mast or Taure.

Mullin

A demon acting as a valet in hell. In some references, known as Mullin.

Mullin, Jean

A demon, a lieutenant to Leonard. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Mullin, Jean.

mumbo-jumbo

A bogy: an idol. In some lore, occasionally known as mumbo-jumbo.

Muriel

A demon, ruler of the sign Cancer, the crab. Sometimes known as Muriel, Muryel, Muryel, Muriel, Phakael, Phakael, Muriel or Phakiel.

Murmur

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Museum

Originally a place devoted to or connected with the Muses. In some cases, the site had an altar or a temple. In some lore, occasionally called Museum.

myomancy

Divination from the movements of mice. In some accounts, identified as myomancy.

mystery-man

A magician: a medicine-man. Sometimes known as mystery-man.

myth

A story of heroes, gods, etc. belief. Without foundation. Occasionally known as myth, mythos, mythos, mythology, mythus or mythus.

mythicise

Invent or write stories of heroes and gods: explain a miracle, etc. as a myth. Also commonly called mythicise, mythise or mythise.

mythicism

Explanation of miracles as myths. In some accounts, called mythicism, mythism or mythism.

mythicist

One who writes stories of heroes or gods. One who explains miracles, etc. as myths. In some accounts, referred to as mythicist, mythiciser, mythiciser, mythist or mythist.

mythogenesis

The origin of stories without foundation such as those of ancient. Heroes and gods. Called mythogenesis.

mythogony

The study of the origin of myths. Known as mythogony.

mythographer

One who writes stories of heroes and gods. At times, referred to as mythographer.

mythography

Representation of myths: a collection of myths: a description of myths. In some lore, occasionally referred to as mythography.

mythologem

A mythological paradigm: a basic term of myths. Also identified as mythologem.

mythologer

One who studies ancient. Stories of heroes, gods, etc.: one who sets out to explain such. Stories. At times, referred to as mythologer, mythologian, mythologian, mythologist or mythologist.

mythologise

Put in the form of a story without foundation: explain the stories of the ancient heroes, gods, etc. In some references, known as mythologise.

mythology

The study of ancient stories of heroes, gods, etc. In some accounts, referred to as mythology, mythos, mythos, myth, mythus or mythus.

mythopoeist

One who invents stories without foundation or stories of heroes, gods, etc. Also identified as mythopoeist.

mythopoem

A mythical poem. At times, identified as mythopoem.

mythopoet

One who writes mythical poetry. Occasionally referred to as mythopoet.

mythopoetic

Myth-making. At times, referred to as mythopoetic, mythopoeic or mythopoeic.

mythopoetry

Mythical poetry. At times, identified as mythopoetry.

mythopoiea

Myth-making. Occasionally called mythopoiea.

Naberius

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Nachiel

One of the 7 Intelligences. Ruler of the sun. Sometimes called Nachiel.

Nacoriel

A demon of the hours of the day. Occasionally called Nacoriel.

nada

Elemental sound considered as a source of creation. At times, known as nada.

Nahema

A demon. Also called Nahema, Hebrew Lilith or Hebrew Lilith.

nailing

The black magic practice of driving. A nail through something such as the footprint or shadow of an enemy to cause him harm. In some accounts, referred to as nailing.

Nal-gab

A good demon. Despite being described as a good demon, this being is said to teach witchcraft. Sometimes identified as Nal-gab.

Nantur

A demon associated with writing. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Nantur.

Nara

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Narcoriel

A demon. Identified as Narcoriel.

natural magic

Wonder-working by using knowledge of the forces of nature. Occasionally identified as natural magic.

nature-god

A god personifying some physical. Object or natural force. In some accounts, they are equated with the elementals. Identified as nature-god, nature-spirit or nature-spirit.

nature-myth

A story using the symbolism of natural phenomena. At times, known as nature-myth.

Neabaz

A demon said to take possession of humans. On occassion, called Neabaz.

Nebak

A demon. On occassion, called Nebak.

Nebek

A monster in the form of a hairy tyger. Sometimes called Nebek.

necromancer

A sorcerer. Sometimes identified as necromancer.

necromancy

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necromanteion

A place where necromancy was practised. In some references, identified as necromanteion.

nectar

The drink of the gods which conferred. Beauty and immortality. Also commonly called nectar.

needfire

Fire caused by friction. Some say that this fire will cure ailments caused by sorcery, especially diseases of cattle. Also identified as needfire.

Nelapa

An angel of the second heaven. Associated with the south. In some references, called Nelapa.

nenuphas

Elementals, spirits of the air, some say. Also commonly known as nenuphas.

Nergal

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Nether World

The underworld: the land of the dead. Occasionally known as Nether World.

Newt

A demon. Occasionally called Newt, Eut, Eut, Ewt or Ewt.

Nexroth

A demon said to take possession of humans. At times, known as Nexroth.

Nicholas

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Niete

A flower. A Mayan princess. Daughter of Kan. Sister of Aac, Cay, Coh and Moo. Sometimes called Niete.

night hag

An incubus or succubus inducing. Terrifying dreams. Occasionally called night hag, nightmare or nightmare.

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Nitibus

A demon of the stars. Referred to as Nitibus.

Nitika

A demon associated with precious. Stones. Identified as Nitika.

Njal's Saga

The story of the feud between the Njalssons and the Sigfussons. Occasionally identified as Njal's Saga, Njali Saga or Njali Saga.

Nociel

A moon-demon. Also commonly identified as Nociel.

nodes

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Nucleolus

A mystic name for the Holy Spirit. Also commonly known as Nucleolus.

numen

A presiding deity: the spirit of an animal or plant: the breath of humans. On occassion, referred to as numen, numina, numina, plurnumina or plurnumina.

numerology

Divination by numbers. Sometimes referred to as numerology.

Nybras

A demon, director of revels and publicist in hell. Occasionally known as Nybras.

nympholepsy

The state of frenzy induced by nymphs. Called nympholepsy.

nymphs

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Nysrock

A demon acting as a chef in hell. In some lore, occasionally called Nysrock, Nysrogh, Nysrogh, Nyrogh or Nyrogh.

Oaf

A changeling: a child left by a fairy or a demon in exchange for another child. Called Oaf.

oak

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Obidicut

The spirit of lust personified. In some references, known as Obidicut.

obley cakes

Cakes offered in various cultures to their deities. In some lore, occasionally known as obley cakes.

occult

Magical: supernatural. Sometimes called occult.

occult sciences

Those disciplines which deal with magic, the supernatural, etc. In some references, identified as occult sciences.

occultism

The study of supernatural or mysterious things: theosophy. At times, identified as occultism.

occultist

One who believes in the supernatural. Also known as occultist.

Och

One of the 7 Olympic Spirits, ruler of the sun. On occassion, known as Och.

odism

Belief in a hypothetical force, the odyle. Occasionally referred to as odism, odylism or odylism.

Odonel

A demon. Sometimes identified as Odonel.

Odras

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odyle

A hypothetical force said to be produced by a spiritualist medium. At times, referred to as odyle, od, od, odyllic force or odyllic force.

Oedipus Rex

A play by Sophocles, one of the Three Theban Plays. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Oedipus Rex, Oedipus the King or Oedipus the King.

Oeillet

A demon which tempts monks to break. Their vows. Also called Oeillet.

oenomancy

A form of divination using wine. At times, referred to as oenomancy.

ogdoad

A group of 8 divine beings: the heavens. In some accounts, known as ogdoad.

Oghuz

An Aryan demon. Occasionally identified as Oghuz, Persian Azhi Dahak or Persian Azhi Dahak.

ogre

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ogress

A female ogre. Called ogress.

Oillet

A demon of riches. Occasionally referred to as Oillet.

Ol

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Olivier

A demon of cruelty, one of the fallen archangels. Identified as Olivier, Oliver, Oliver or Olivier.

Olympian

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omen

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omoplatoscopy

Divination from splits in burning. Shoulder-blades. Also commonly identified as omoplatoscopy, scapulimancy, scapulimancy or scapulomancy.

omphalomancy

Divination from knots in the umbilical cord. On occassion, identified as omphalomancy.

Oneiromancer

One who interprets and makes. Prophecies from dreams. In some references, identified as Oneiromancer, oneiroscopist, oneiroscopist or oneiromancer.

oneiromancy

Divination from dreams. At times, known as oneiromancy, oneiroscopy or oneiroscopy.

onimancy

Divination from fingernails. Sometimes referred to as onimancy, onychomancy or onychomancy.

onocentaur

A monster, part man, part ass. At times, identified as onocentaur.

onyx

A stone said to ward off spells. In some lore, occasionally called onyx.

oomancy

Divination using eggs. Forecasts are made from the shape taken by albumen dropped into water. In some lore, occasionally identified as oomancy.

ooroorak

A greeting for Satan used by the demons of hell on Walpurgis Night. Sometimes referred to as ooroorak.

ooscopy

Divination from burning egg. Also commonly identified as ooscopy.

ophalomancy

Divination based on knots in the umbilical cord. Sometimes referred to as ophalomancy.

Ophiel

One of the 7 Olympic Spirits, ruler of Mercury. Occasionally identified as Ophiel, Oriphiel or Oriphiel.

Ophites

A Gnostic sect worshipping snakes. In some lore, occasionally known as Ophites.

opinicus

A monster, part lion, part dragon, a four-legged version of the griffin. Sometimes known as opinicus.

Oraios

An androgynous Gnostic deity. An offspring of Yaldabaoth. At times, called Oraios.

Ordo Templis Orientis

A 19th C. Religious cult founded by Aleister Crowley. Sometimes identified as Ordo Templis Orientis.

Orgon

A demon associated with the west. Also commonly referred to as Orgon.

Orias

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Oriel

A demon of the hours of the day. In some references, referred to as Oriel.

Oriens

One of the Cardinal demons, in some accounts. In some lore, occasionally known as Oriens, Orion or Orion.

Orifiel

A demon. In some accounts, called Orifiel.

Orion

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Ornithology

A 16th C. Book on birds. This book includes a chapter on mythical birds, including the griffin. At times, called Ornithology.

ornithomancy

Divination from observing birds or their flight. Also known as ornithomancy, augury, augury, auspice, auspicy, ornithoscopy or ornithoscopy.

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orphrey

Embroidery (gold) on a vestment. At times, referred to as orphrey.

Orphymel

Ruler of one of the 7 supposed firmaments. Occasionally referred to as Orphymel.

Ort-hozjin

) Sometimes identified as Ort-hozjin, Port-hozjin, Port-hozjin, Port-kuguza, Port-kuvo, Port-oza or Ort-jozjin.

Orthon

A demon. He reported all that happened in the world and was said to have appeared as three pieces of straw or as a pig. In some lore, occasionally identified as Orthon.

Osagebiel

A demon of the hours of the day. In some lore, occasionally called Osagebiel.

Ose

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Ota

wife of Tuirgeis In some accounts, identified as Ota.

Otherworld

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Ouzelem bird

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owl

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P'ti' Albert

A book of magic, originally of European origin, used in the New. World. Also referred to as P'ti' Albert, Alberich, Alberich, Elbegast, Albert le Grand or Albert le Grand.

pack

Something buried under the threshold of an enemy's house, a magic rite. Designed to harm him. Sometimes known as pack.

Padiel

A demon of the east. Occasionally identified as Padiel.

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paladin

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Pamersiel

A demon. At times, identified as Pamersiel.

Pamiel

A demon. Called Pamiel.

Pan-Ephialtes

A demon causing nightmares. Referred to as Pan-Ephialtes, Prince of Incubi or Prince of Incubi.

Panalcarp

An evil demon. This being is depicted as a twoheaded crocodile. In some lore, occasionally identified as Panalcarp.

pantacle

A device which emits fluids used in magic rites. Sometimes known as pantacle.

pantheon

A complete mythology: gods collectively; A temple dedicated to all gods. Also commonly known as pantheon.

Papus

A demon. Also commonly identified as Papus.

papyromancy

Divination from paper rolling. In some references, identified as papyromancy.

paradise

Home of the blessed dead. In some lore, occasionally called paradise, heaven, heaven, Celestial City, Sukhavati, Ilhuicatl, Huang-t'ien Shang Ti, underworld, underworld, afterworld, Bwebweso, Land of the Dead, Mictlan, Nai Thombo Thombo, Patala, Otherworld, Taoist, also Patala, Dar el-Jannah, Dar el-Jannah, Fortunate Islands, Fortunate Islands, Blessed Islands, Elysium, Fortunatae Insulae, Fortunate Fields, Fortunate Islands, Islands of the Blessed, Isles of the Blessed or Isles of the Blest.

Pasiel

An angel, ruler of the sign Pisces. The fish. At times, identified as Pasiel.

Paymon

One of the Cardinal demons (west). He may be the same as Paimon. Also known as Paymon, Pagimon, Pagimon, Paimon or Paimon.

pearl

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pedomancy

Divination from the soles of the feet. Sometimes referred to as pedomancy, podomancy or podomancy.

pegomancy

Divination from fountains and springs. Sometimes called pegomancy.

pelican

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penelopise

Act like Penelope, gaining time by undoing the day's work each night. Also identified as penelopise.

pentacle

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perispirit

A supposed fluid linking body and soul. It is said that, after death, this fluid can appear as a ghost. Also identified as perispirit.

persica

A sacred rite in Gnosticism. In some accounts, identified as persica.

Phakael

A spirit associated with the Zodiacal. Sign Cancer, the crab. On occassion, identified as Phakael, Muriel, Muriel, Phakiel or Phakiel.

Phaldor

A demon associated with oracles. Also commonly identified as Phaldor.

Phaleg

One of the 7 Olympic Spirits, ruler of Mars. In some accounts, called Phaleg.

Phalgus

A demon of judgement. Occasionally referred to as Phalgus.

phantasm

An apparition. In some lore, occasionally identified as phantasm, phantasma, phantasma, phantasmata, phantasmata, plurphantasmata or plurphantasmata.

phantom

A ghost or apparition: experience of a vision. In some references, referred to as phantom, fantom, fantom, ghost, ghost, shade, spectre or revenant.

phantom fellow

A person under the control of a goblin. On occassion, known as phantom fellow.

Pharzuph

A demon of fornication. Known as Pharzuph.

Philandrus

(see Philandros] Known as Philandrus, Philandros or Philandros.

Philotanus

A demon of sodomy. Occasionally referred to as Philotanus.

philtre

A magic love-potion. Also identified as philtre, philter or philter.

Phlogabitus

A demon associated with adornments. Also known as Phlogabitus.

phoca

A monster in the form of a scaly. Sea animal. Sometimes called phoca.

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Phogor

A demon said to take possession of humans. Occasionally called Phogor.

Phorcus

(see Phorcos] Also commonly called Phorcus, Phorcos, Phorcos, Phorcys, Old man of the Sea, Phorkus or Phorkys.

Phorkus

(see Phorcos] Also commonly identified as Phorkus, Phorcos, Phorcos, Phorcys, Old man of the Sea, Phorcus or Phorkys.

Phorkys

(see Phorcos] Also known as Phorkys, Phorcos, Phorcos, Phorcys, Old man of the Sea, Phorcus or Phorkus.

Phren

The divine part of the Threefold Man. On occassion, identified as Phren.

phrenology

Divination by feeling the bumps on a person's head. In some accounts, called phrenology.

Phul

One of the 7 Olympic Spirits, ruler of the moon. Also known as Phul.

physiognomy

Divination from the shape of facial. Features. Also referred to as physiognomy.

pig

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pigwidgin

A dwarf: a fairy. In some lore, occasionally identified as pigwidgin, pigwiggen or pigwiggen.

Pillan

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pinning

The black magic rite of pushing a pin. Into damp soil to prevent a man. From urinating. In some accounts, identified as pinning.

Pisces

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Pluto

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pneuma

The universal soul or spirit. Occasionally identified as pneuma.

pochard

This duck features in Russian and Siberian lore as a god (if white) and a devil (if black). At times, referred to as pochard.

polydaemonism

Belief in supernatural powers. Identified as polydaemonism, polydemonism, polydemonism, animalism, animalism, animism or polyd(a.

polymasty

A condition resulting in the formation of additional breasts, said to indicate. A witch. Referred to as polymasty.

Polynices

(see Polyneices] Occasionally called Polynices, Polyneices, Polyneices, Polunikes or Polyneikes.

pontica

A stone said to have the power to repel demons or to conjure them up to answer questions. At times, referred to as pontica.

Portunes

Fairies about half-an-inch tall. In some references, identified as Portunes.

possessed

Controlled by a spirit. Sometimes referred to as possessed.

possession

The state in which a person is said to be controlled by a spirit, usually evil. In some references, known as possession, energumenus or energumenus.

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Powers

An order of angels. In the Cabbala they are known as seraphs. At times, known as Powers.

praestigiatores

The fifth order of demons, copying. The miracles of the saints, ruled. By Satan. Occasionally called praestigiatores.

Principalities

An order of angels. In the Cabbala they are known as Elohim. In some lore, occasionally known as Principalities.

prodigy

A monster. Also referred to as prodigy.

Pronoia

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Prose Merlin

Stories in English and French about the life of Merlin. In some accounts, referred to as Prose Merlin.

Proserpine

A female demon. In black magic, one of the Grand Dignitaries, ruler of evil spirits. In some lore, occasionally known as Proserpine, Core, Core, Anahita, Cora, Corinna, Corinne, Kora, Kore, Kore-Arethusa, Koure, Maiden, The, Persephone, Pherepatta, Ko(u)re, Persephassa, Phersephatta, Polyboea, The Maiden, The Mistress, 'virgin', Persian Anahita, Roman Libera, Proserpina or Despoena.

Protarchontes

A Gnostic prince-god. Also known as Protarchontes.

psyche

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psychic force

A supposed force causing various spiritualistic phemomena. Sometimes known as psychic force.

psychism

The doctrine that postulates a universal soul. On occassion, called psychism.

psychogony

Origins and development of the soul or spirit. Occasionally identified as psychogony.

psychogram

A writing alleged to have been made. By a spirit. At times, referred to as psychogram, psychograph or psychograph.

psychography

Spirit-writing. Also called psychography.

psychokinesis

Movement of physical objects. Supposed to be caused by spirit agencies. Referred to as psychokinesis.

psychometer

One purporting to divine the future by touching objects. Also commonly called psychometer.

psychometry

Divination by touching objects. Also commonly referred to as psychometry.

psychopannychism

The belief that the soul sleeps between death and resurrection. Identified as psychopannychism.

psychopannychist

One who believes that the soul sleeps. Between death and resurrection. In some accounts, known as psychopannychist.

Ptolomaea

The third zone of the ninth Circle of Dante's hell. This region is reserved for those who have betrayed those who offered hospitality. Sometimes known as Ptolomaea.

Pucel

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puck

A mischievous goblin. Also known as puck, phooka, phooka, pooka, puca, pouke, English pucca, Puck, Norse puki, Welsh pwca, Robin Goodfellow, Robin Goodfellow or Puck.

Pug

A goblin. In some accounts, identified as Pug.

purgatory

A place where souls wait and are prepared for life in heaven: a place of punishment for sin. On occassion, known as purgatory.

Purtupittus

(see Purtupita] Occasionally identified as Purtupittus.

pygmy

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pyralis

An insect supposed to live in fire. Also commonly identified as pyralis.

Pyrichiel

A demon of fire. Occasionally referred to as Pyrichiel.

pyromancy

Divination from shapes seen in fire and the smoke rising from it. Sometimes referred to as pyromancy, empyromancy or empyromancy.

Pytho

A demon of falsehood. In some accounts, referred to as Pytho, Delphi, Delphi, Cirrha or Pytho.

python

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pythoness

A prophetess: a witch. Also identified as pythoness, Pythia, Pythia, Delphic Bee, Delphic Oracle, Delphic Sibyl, Delphicia, Oracle of Delphi, Pythian, Pythoness or Pythoness.

quail

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Quedbaschemod

A demon. Sometimes referred to as Quedbaschemod.

queen

A presiding goddess. Known as queen.

Queen Bee

A name given to the Great. Mother goddess. At times, called Queen Bee, Great Mother or Great Mother.

Queen of Love

A name for a number of goddesses, including Aphrodite, Astarte, Benten, Sarasvati and Venus. In some references, known as Queen of Love, Aphrodite, Aphrodite, Anadyomene, Cyprian, Cytherea, Daeira, Dove Goddess, Epitragia, Idalia, Ambologera, Androphonos, Anosia, Apostrophia, Ar(e)ia, Argynnis, Cypris, Dione, Epitymbidia, Kallipyges, Kypris, Morpho, Myrtea, Myrto(essa), Pandemos, Pasaphaessa, Peitho, Tymborychos, Urania, Arab Alilat, Armenian Anahit, Babylonian Ishtar, Mylitta, Canaanite Anaitis, Anat, Italic Aprodita, Persian Anahita, PhoenicianAstarte, Phrygian Cybele, Roman Venus, Scythian Argimpasa, Sumerian Inanna, Astarte, Astarte, Ashtart, Ashtareth, Ashtaroth, Astarat, Astarot(h), Astoreth, Athirat, Athtar(a)t, Dea Syria, Great Mother, Kades, Kedesh(et), Queen of Heaven, Syrian Goddess, Canaanite Asherah, Greek Aphrodite, North African Dido, Tanit(h), Semitic Ashtoreth, Sumerian Nanna, Benten, Benten, Benten-san, Benzai-ten, Benten-San, Hindu Sarasvati, Sarasvati, Sarasvati, Bharati, Brahmi, Logos, Mahasarasvati, Savitri, Shatarupa, Vac(h), Vagdevi, Vak, Pacific Islands Saraswati, Japanese Benten, Sandhya, Venus, Venus, Genetrix, Victrix, Appiades, Cloacina, Felix, Hesper, Libentina, Libitina, Vesper, Victrix; Greek Aphrodite or Charis.

Queen of the Night

A name for the moon. Also known as Queen of the Night.

Queen of the Tides

A name for the moon. Also known as Queen of the Tides.

quirin

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Quivira

A mythical city with great treasure. Sometimes called Quivira.

rabbats

Household spirits said to keep the occupants awake at night by knocking. Also referred to as rabbats.

rag-bush

A bush on which pieces of cloth are hung to placate local spirits. Sometimes identified as rag-bush.

Raim

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rainbow

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Rainbow Snake

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rainmaker

A witchdoctor or medicine-man who claims to be able to cause rain to fall. In some accounts, identified as rainmaker.

Ralph

A printing-house imp. At times, referred to as Ralph.

ram

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Rama-umi

A good demon, said to teach magic. In some accounts, referred to as Rama-umi.

Ramuel

An angel of the fifth heaven, associated with the north and Tuesday. Also referred to as Ramuel, Rahumel or Rahumel.

Raphael

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Rasphuia

A demon. Also identified as Rasphuia.

rat

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Ratnaheruka

One of the 5 Herukabuddhas. Also commonly called Ratnaheruka, Ratnasambhava, Ratnasambhava, Aparajita, Jambhala, Prasannatara, Ratnapani, Hindu Yama or Japanese Hosho.

raven

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rawhead-and-bloody-bones

Bogeys. In some references, known as rawhead-and-bloody-bones.

Raysiel

A demon of the north. Occasionally identified as Raysiel.

Razanil

A demon. Sometimes referred to as Razanil.

Red Champion

A name of the god of witches. Also called Red Champion, Robin, Robin, Witch God or Witch God.

Red City

The city of fallen angels: hell. On occassion, called Red City.

Red Land

A name for paradise in Aztec and Egyptian lore. In some references, identified as Red Land.

red magic

Bloody diabolic practices. In some references, referred to as red magic.

reem

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Relah

A demon. Also referred to as Relah.

remora

A sucking fish, once believed to be able to stop a ship by attaching itself to the hull. Sometimes known as remora, ramara or ramara.

Renaut

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Requiel

A moon-demon. In some references, referred to as Requiel.

Reussen

A kingdom comprising Poland and Russia. Sometimes known as Reussen.

revenant

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rhabdomancy

Divination using rods: dowsing. Sometimes called rhabdomancy, dowsing, dowsing, xylomancy or xylomancy.

rhapsodomancy

Divination from random. Samples of poetry. At times, called rhapsodomancy, bibliomancy, bibliomancy or sortes.

Rimmon

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Rimstein

A vassal of Ermenrich. He rose in rebellion against Ermenrich but the revolt was suppressed when Dietrich brought his warriors to the king's aid. Occasionally identified as Rimstein.

Rintrah

A demon of anger. Sometimes identified as Rintrah.

Risnuch

A demon associated with agriculture. Also called Risnuch.

Rolomandri

Elementals, fire spirits in some accounts. Occasionally known as Rolomandri.

Roneve

A demon. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He is said to be able to teach foreign languages. Also identified as Roneve, Ronobe, Ronobe, Ronove, Ronove, Ronwe or Ronwe.

Rosabis

A demon of metals. On occassion, called Rosabis.

Rosier

A demon of love, said to be an opponent of St Basil. Also called Rosier.

Roster

A demon. On occassion, referred to as Roster.

rowan

A deciduous tree producing. Red or yellow berries in autumn. The druids alleged that this tree could ward off witches. Sometimes known as rowan, mountain ash, mountain ash, quicken tree, quicken tree, witchen or witchen.

ruby

A precious stone, said to act as an antidote to poison or to protect. From plague. Also commonly known as ruby.

runecraft

Knowledge of magic inscriptions. At times, known as runecraft.

Sabaoth

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Sabbat

A meeting of witches at midnight. Known as Sabbat, Great Sabbat, Great Sabbat, Sabbath, Sabbath, vauderie, vauderie, sabbat, vaudoiserie, vaudoiserie, Witches' Sabbath, Witches' Sabbath, vaud(ois)erie or vaud(ois)erie.

Sabnak

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Sabrus

A demon. In some accounts, called Sabrus.

Sachluph

A demon asscociated with plants. Also referred to as Sachluph.

Sacra

An ancient name for Ireland. On occassion, known as Sacra.

sacred animals

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sacred birds

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sacred cities

Many cultures have cities which they. Regard as holy, including. Christian Hebrew Muslim Hindu Occasionally referred to as sacred cities, Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Jerusalem Jerusalem Mecca, Jerusalem Jerusalem Mecca, Medina Benares or Medina Benares.

Sacred Marriage

The union of Zeus and his sister Hera; The union of any two deities: the union of a deity with a mortal. Occasionally identified as Sacred Marriage.

sacred meal

A meal at which a deity is deemed to be present: a rite in which a deity is symbolically devoured. In some lore, occasionally identified as sacred meal.

sacred mountains

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sacred numbers

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sacred plants

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sacred serpents

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sacred springs

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sacred stones

Rocks or stones said to possess some supernatural power or to be connected with some deity. Also commonly called sacred stones, stones, stones or demonifuge.

sacrifice

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saga

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sagaman

One who recounts epic tales. Sometimes called sagaman.

sage

A wise man: a wizard. Sometimes referred to as sage, femalesaga or femalesaga.

Sagittarius

The ninth sign of the Zodiac, the archer. In some accounts, called Sagittarius, Archer, Archer, Centaur, Centaur, Arab Qaus or Arab Qaus.

Sair

A demon associated with minerals. Occasionally known as Sair.

salamander

A monster in the form of a lizard living in fire: an elemental fire-spirit. Occasionally identified as salamander.

Salilus

A demon said to open doors. Also known as Salilus.

Samael

A fallen angel, a demon of the planet Mars. King of volcanoes. In some accounts, he is equated with the devil. Sometimes identified as Samael, Red Dragon or Red Dragon.

Sameval

A demon. Sometimes known as Sameval.

Samil

A demon of the hours of the day. Sometimes referred to as Samil.

Sanctum Regnum

A book about a form of ceremonial. Magic, listing the spirits of the signs of the Zodiac. In some lore, occasionally called Sanctum Regnum.

Sarahiel

An angel, ruler of the Zodiacal sign. Aries, the ram. Also known as Sarahiel, Malchidael, Malchidael or Malkidiel.

Sarakuyel

A demon. Also commonly identified as Sarakuyel.

Sarindiel

A demon. In some lore, occasionally identified as Sarindiel.

Saritiel

A demon, ruler of the sign Sagittarius. In some accounts, identified as Saritiel, Adnachiel, Adnachiel or Advachiel.

Sarquamiel

A demon of the hours of the day. At times, referred to as Sarquamiel.

Sartziel

A demon, ruler of the sign Scorpio, the scorpion. Sometimes referred to as Sartziel, Barbiel or Barbiel.

Satan

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satyral

A monster with parts of man, lion and antelope. Occasionally known as satyral.

satyress

A female version of a satyr. Also called satyress, satyr, satyr, femsatyra, Roman faun, Silvan, satyra or satyra.

Sazquiel

A demon of the hours of the days. Also identified as Sazquiel.

Scala Coeli

A 12th C. Book by Honorius describing. Many mythical animals. In some lore, occasionally known as Scala Coeli.

scapulimancy

Divination from shoulder blades. At times, referred to as scapulimancy, omoplatoscopy, omoplatoscopy, scapulomancy or scapulomancy.

Scaramallion

The English version of Scarmiglione. Sometimes referred to as Scaramallion, Scarmiglione or Scarmiglione.

Scarmiglione

A demon in Dante's Inferno. In some lore, occasionally known as Scarmiglione, Scaramallion or Scaramallion.

scatomancy

Divination from inspecting faeces. At times, called scatomancy.

Schachlil

A demon associated with the sun's rays. In some accounts, known as Schachlil.

Schaltiel

A demon, ruler of the Zodiacal sign of Virgo, the virgin. In some accounts, referred to as Schaltiel, Hamaliel or Hamaliel.

Schedbarchemoth

A demon of the moon. Sometimes referred to as Schedbarchemoth.

Scheliel

A moon-demon. In some accounts, called Scheliel.

Schethalim

A demon. In some references, known as Schethalim.

Schiekron

A demon associated with lust. Also commonly known as Schiekron.

Schirim

A demon in the form of a goat. On occassion, known as Schirim.

Schlemihl

A man who sold his soul to the devil. Occasionally called Schlemihl.

Scoithfhionn

A wife of Finn mac Cool, some say. Sometimes known as Scoithfhionn.

scopellism

In black magic, curses written on paper attached to stones thrown. Into gardens, etc. At times, known as scopellism.

Scorpio

The eighth sign of the Zodiac, the scorpion. Occasionally known as Scorpio, Scorpion, Scorpion, Akkadian Girtab, Akkadian Girtab, Akrabh, Arab Aqrab, Arab Aqrab, Hebrew Akrabh, Hebrew Akrabh or Girtab.

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scrying

Divination from images seen in a crystal ball. Also commonly referred to as scrying, crystal-gazing, crystal-gazing, crystallomancy or crystallomancy.

sea-dog

A monster in the form of a dog with fins and a beaver's tail. At times, known as sea-dog.

sea-dragon

A monster, part dragon, part fish. Also commonly known as sea-dragon.

sea-horse

A monster in the form of a horse with a fish's tail. Sometimes identified as sea-horse.

sea-king

The king of the mer-people. In some lore, occasionally called sea-king.

sea-lion

A monster, part lion, part fish. Occasionally identified as sea-lion.

sea-nymph

A minor sea-goddess. Also commonly identified as sea-nymph.

sea-serpent

A monster in the form of a marine. Animal. In some accounts, referred to as sea-serpent.

sea-unicorn

A monster, part unicorn, part fish. Also commonly known as sea-unicorn.

sea-wolf

A monster, part wolf, part fish. In some accounts, known as sea-wolf.

seal

An occult or demonic device in the form of a diagram or picture. Also called seal.

Seere

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Sellen

A demon. Also commonly identified as Sellen.

Semaquiel

A demon, ruler of the Zodiacal sign. Capricorn, the goat. On occassion, known as Semaquiel, Hanael or Hanael.

semblance

An apparition. Sometimes called semblance.

Semiazas

A demon leader. Sometimes identified as Semiazas, Samyasa, Samyasa, Samyaza or Samyaza.

Septentronial Signs

The first 6 signs of the Zodiac. Known as Septentronial Signs.

seraph

A flying serpent. Also known as seraph.

Serapion

One of the Seven Sleepers. Also commonly called Serapion.

Seratiel

A demon, ruler of the sign Leo, the lion. Sometimes known as Seratiel, Verchiel or Verchiel.

serpent-god

A deified snake. Also commonly called serpent-god.

serpent-goddess

A deified snake. In some lore, occasionally identified as serpent-goddess.

serra

A griffin-like monster, said to breathe. Fire. In some accounts, this beast has the head of a lion and the tail of a fox. Called serra.

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Sezarbil

A demon. On occassion, identified as Sezarbil.

Shabiri

A demon said to cause blindness in those who drink the water he lives in. Sometimes identified as Shabiri.

shade

A disembodied soul: a spirit; A ghost. Occasionally referred to as shade, ghost, ghost, phantom, spectre, revenant, shadow or shadow.

shape

A spirit or apparition. Occasionally known as shape.

shape-changer

A being made from fire and air, capable of assuming any form, including that of a human, and of mating with mortals. On occassion, identified as shape-changer.

Shax

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Shebtaiel

A deity in white magic. Occasionally called Shebtaiel.

Shell

A demon, one of those who populate. The 7 firmaments. Occasionally identified as Shell.

Shemhaziel

A fallen angel. In some references, identified as Shemhaziel.

shilstone

A shrine used in sun-worship. In some references, identified as shilstone.

shin

A collective name for Chinese and Japanese gods and spirits: the supreme deity. Sometimes identified as shin, Chinese shen or Chinese shen.

Sialul

A demon associated with property. At times, known as Sialul.

Sibillia

A fairy queen. Sometimes identified as Sibillia.

sibyl

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Sihon

An evil demon, said to be king of the Amorites. Sometimes known as Sihon.

Silcharde

A demon. Also called Silcharde.

silvestres

Elementals, spirits of the air, in some accounts. Sometimes referred to as silvestres.

Sinbuck

A demon. At times, referred to as Sinbuck.

Sisera

A demon of desire. Referred to as Sisera.

Sislau

A demon of poisons. Also known as Sislau.

Sizajazel

An angel, ruler of the Zodiacal sign. Sagittarius, the archer. Sometimes known as Sizajazel.

smallback

A name for death. Sometimes referred to as smallback.

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Socothbenoth

A demon said to take possession of humans. Occasionally identified as Socothbenoth.

solarism

Over-reliance on sun-myths as an explanation of mythology. Occasionally referred to as solarism.

Solas

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Solday

A demon associated with the planet. Saturn and Saturday. In some accounts, called Solday, Shabbathai or Shabbathai.

Soleviel

A demon. In some accounts, known as Soleviel, Soleuiel, Soleuiel, Soleueil or Soleueil.

Solitary Youth

Son of the Vagrant Youth by a princess of Orkney. Also commonly referred to as Solitary Youth, Macaomh an Vaignis, Macaomh an Vaignis, Mac(h)aomh an Uaignis or Mac(h)aomh an Uaignis.

somatomancy

Divination using parts of the human body. At times, identified as somatomancy.

Sondennath

An evil demon, depicted as a huntsman. In some lore, occasionally identified as Sondennath, Sondenach or Sondenach.

Sonneillon

A demon of hate opposed to St Stephen. In some references, called Sonneillon, Sonnillon or Sonnillon.

Sons of the Dark

Manichaean spirits who swallowed. The light. At times, referred to as Sons of the Dark, Archons or Archons.

soothsay

Foretell the future: a prediction. In some accounts, referred to as soothsay.

soothsayer

One who foretells future events. Sometimes known as soothsayer.

Sorath

A demon of the sun. Also commonly called Sorath.

sorcerer

One who performs magic or witchcraft. At times, called sorcerer.

sorcery

Divination aided by evil spirits; Magic: witchcraft. In some lore, occasionally identified as sorcery.

sortes

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sortilege

Divination by drawing lots; Foretelling the future. Also called sortilege, divination, divination, lot, mantology, `, bokusen, sortilegy or sortilegy.

sortition

The casting of lots by such means. As throwing dice, spinning pointers, etc. In some lore, occasionally known as sortition.

Sosol

An angel, ruler of the Zodiacal. Sign Scorpio. Also called Sosol.

soul

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soul worship

The worship of ghosts. At times, identified as soul worship.

spagyric

Pertaining to alchemy. In some accounts, called spagyric.

spatulomancy

Divination from burning shoulderblades. At times, referred to as spatulomancy.

spectre

A ghost. At times, called spectre, ghost, ghost, phantom, shade or revenant.

spell

An incantation used by witches, etc. to entrance. In some lore, occasionally known as spell.

sphinx

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sphondulomancy

Divination from spindles. Also commonly identified as sphondulomancy.

spirit

A ghost: a disembodied soul; the breath of life. Identified as spirit.

spirit world

The land of the dead. In some lore, occasionally identified as spirit world.

spiritualism

The belief that we can communicate. With the spirit world, generally through the agency of a medium. In some lore, occasionally called spiritualism.

spiritus mendaciorum

The second order of demons, the spirits of falsehood, ruled by Pytho. Sometimes referred to as spiritus mendaciorum.

spodomancy

Divination from ashes. On occassion, identified as spodomancy, tephromancy or tephromancy.

spook

A ghost. At times, known as spook.

sprite

A brownie, elf, gnome or goblin. In some lore, occasionally known as sprite.

stag

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Stone of Destiny

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stones

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stryge

A ghost or vampire. Identified as stryge.

Succor Benoth

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succubus

A demon in the form of a female which attacks sleeping men and has intercourse with them. Sometimes referred to as succubus, succubi, succubi, succubos, succubos, plursuccubi or plursuccubi.

Suclagus

A fire-demon. Also commonly identified as Suclagus.

sun

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Suphlatus

A dust-demon. Also referred to as Suphlatus.

Susabo

A demon associated with voyages. Sometimes identified as Susabo.

swan-shift

A magic garment, made of swan. Feathers, which enabled the wearer to turn into a swan. Also referred to as swan-shift.

sword

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Sybacco

A devil with horns and 3 eyes. Referred to as Sybacco.

sylph

An elemental spirit of the air. In some accounts, they now live on Mars or Venus. In some accounts, called sylph.

sylphid

A little sylph: a wife or daughter of a sylph. In some lore, occasionally identified as sylphid, sylphide or sylphide.

sympathetic magic

Wonder-working involving mimicry of real phenomena. Also commonly identified as sympathetic magic, envoutement or envoutement.

synochitis

A stone said to have the power to conjure up demons and compel them to answer questions. On occassion, referred to as synochitis.

Sytry

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table-rapping

Knocking sounds said to impart. Communications from the spirit-world. Also commonly referred to as table-rapping.

table-turning

Movements of a table said to imply. The presence of departed spirits. Sometimes identified as table-turning.

taboo

A prohibition on something. Considered to be holy or unclean. Also referred to as taboo, tabu, tabu, tapu or tapu.

Tabris

A demon of free will. At times, referred to as Tabris.

Tacritan

A demon of earth-magic. In some accounts, known as Tacritan.

Tagil

A moon-demon. In some references, referred to as Tagil.

Taipan

A name for the Rainbow Snake. In some references, referred to as Taipan.

talisman

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talking heads

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Tamayori

One of the Eight Imperial Deities. Also referred to as Tamayori, Tama-yori or Tama-yori.

Tamiel

A demon, one of the 7 Ischin. He reputedly taught men the science of astronomy. Also known as Tamiel, Tamial or Tamial.

Tanlibik

A demon associated with fascination. In some accounts, called Tanlibik.

Taphthartharath

A demon of the planet Mercury. At times, identified as Taphthartharath.

Tar-baby

A sticky figure featured in many cultures. Sometimes called Tar-baby, Gum Girl, Gum Girl, Guar Girl, Gum Baby, Rubber Girl or Tar Baby.

Tarab

A demon of extortion. Also called Tarab.

tarot cards

A pack of 78 cards used in divination and fortune-telling. Also commonly called tarot cards, taroc(co), taroc(co), tarok, tarok or tarot.

Tartach

A demon said to take possession of humans. Sometimes identified as Tartach.

Tascar

Ruler of one of the 7 supposed firmaments. On occassion, known as Tascar.

Taurus

The second symbol of the Zodiac, the bull. Referred to as Taurus, Arab Thaur or Arab Thaur.

Tautabaoth

A Gnostic angel with a bear's head. Occasionally referred to as Tautabaoth.

tempestor

A witch or wizard said to cause storms. Also referred to as tempestor, tempestuary or tempestuary.

tenebrio

A night spirit. Also referred to as tenebrio.

tentatores

The ninth order of demons, spirits of temptation ruled by Mammon. In some accounts, referred to as tentatores, infidiatores or infidiatores.

Terrashot

A fabulous animal. Also known as Terrashot, Funeral Mountain, Funeral Mountain or terrashot.

tetragrammaton

A sacred four-letter word such as Jove, JHWH, Zeus, etc. Also commonly called tetragrammaton.

Thagrinus

A demon of confusion. On occassion, called Thagrinus.

Thalaba

In Eastern legends, the personification of fertility or the sun. In some accounts, called Thalaba.

Tharmas

A demon of the senses. One of the 4 zoa, in the works of William Blake. In some accounts, called Tharmas.

thaumaturge

A miracle-worker. Sometimes referred to as thaumaturge, thaumaturgus or thaumaturgus.

theomachist

One at war with the gods. In some references, known as theomachist.

theomachy

War of the gods. At times, referred to as theomachy.

theomancy

Divination by oracles: divine inspiration. Identified as theomancy.

theomorphic

Having the form of a god. Also known as theomorphic.

theomorphism

The state or condition of having. The form of a god. Occasionally referred to as theomorphism.

Theow

A monster in the form of a wolf with cloven feet. In some references, referred to as Theow.

theriomorphism

Belief in gods in the form of animals. Sometimes referred to as theriomorphism.

theurgist

A miracle-worker. Also commonly known as theurgist.

theurgy

Divine intervention: miracle-working. Also referred to as theurgy, theurgia or theurgia.

Theutus

A demon of gambling. At times, called Theutus.

Threefold Man

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Thunderer

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tiger

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time

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Tingra

Ruler of one of the 7 supposed firmaments. In some accounts, identified as Tingra.

Tiriel

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toad

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Tocobatto

A demon of the dance. Occasionally called Tocobatto.

Toglas

A demon of treasure. Sometimes called Toglas.

tortoise

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Torvatus

A demon who stirs up trouble. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Torvatus.

Totec

A Zapotec sun-god adopted into the Aztec pantheon. In some accounts, called Totec, Our Great Chief or Our Great Chief.

totem

A revered animal or object; A symbol of a tribe, etc. Sometimes known as totem.

totemism

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totemist

A person or group indicated by a totem. In some references, identified as totemist.

tragelaph

A monster, part stag, part goat. In some references, identified as tragelaph, hircocervus or hircocervus.

tragopan

A monster in the form of an eagle. With horns. In some references, identified as tragopan.

transformation

Changing the soul to another state. Many cultures believe that the soul can appear in new form (animal, plant or human) once or many times. On occassion, called transformation.

transvection

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Tree of Life

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tree-worship

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triad

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Trickster

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trigon

The junction of 3 astrological signs. There are four such junctions said to represent the airy, earthly, fiery and watery aspects. Also known as trigon.

Triple Goddess

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tripudium

Divination from observation of the hopping of feeding birds or of the bits of food they drop. Occasionally known as tripudium.

trogodice

A monster reindeer with forward-curving horns. On occassion, identified as trogodice.

Tual

An angel, ruler of the Zodiacal sign. Taurus, the bull. Also identified as Tual.

Tukiphat

A demon. In some references, known as Tukiphat.

Turel

A demon. Known as Turel.

tut

A phantom (Lincs). At times, known as tut.

tutelary

A guardian in the form of a god, saint or spirit. Also identified as tutelary, tutelar or tutelar.

Tutivillus

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twins

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tyger

A monster, part lion, part wolf. In some references, referred to as tyger.

Tzakmaqiel

A demon, ruler of the Zodiacal. Sign, Aquarius. Known as Tzakmaqiel, Gambiel or Gambiel.

ubiquity

The supposed power to be present. At different places at the same. Time. Sometimes called ubiquity.

Ukobach

A demon in hell. He is responsible for attending the oilfired boilers in hell and is depicted as enveloped in flames. Sometimes called Ukobach.

Ultima Thule

The supposed end of the world. Sometimes called Ultima Thule, Thule, Thule, Thoule, Thyle or Ultima.

ultores scelorum

The fourth order of demons, spirits of vengeance, ruled. By Asmodeus. Also commonly called ultores scelorum.

umbra

A ghost. Also commonly identified as umbra.

underworld

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undine

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unicorn

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universal magic

White magic used to oppose black. Magic. On occassion, called universal magic.

Unumbote

A creator-god in Togo. Occasionally called Unumbote, Unumbotta, Unumbotta, African, African, Neith or Tehenut.

Uphir

A demon said to act as physician to devils. In some lore, occasionally called Uphir, Ufir or Ufir.

Urakabarameel

A demon. Also referred to as Urakabarameel.

urchin-show

A manifestation of goblins, etc. Identified as urchin-show.

Urian

A devil, ruler of witches. In some accounts, referred to as Urian, Urien, Urien, Uriam, Urian, Urience, Uriens or Uryens.

Uricus

One of the cardinal demons (east). At times, called Uricus.

Uriel

A demon. On occassion, identified as Uriel, Nariel or Nariel.

Urizen

A demon associated with reason: one of the 4 zoa, in the works of William Blake. Sometimes known as Urizen.

Urthong

A demon associated with imagination: one of the 4 zoa in the works of William Blake. In some references, called Urthong.

Usiel

A demon associated with buried treasure. Sometimes called Usiel.

Uthechair

Father of Celtchair. In some references, identified as Uthechair, Uitheachar, Uitheachar, Uthecar or Uthecar.

Vabam

A demon. Occasionally called Vabam.

Vacabiel

A demon, ruler of the Zodiacal sign. Pisces, the fish. Identified as Vacabiel, Barchiel, Barchiel, Bachiel, Baciel, Bac(h)iel, Bauchiel or Bauchiel.

Vachmiel

A demon of the hours of the day. Occasionally called Vachmiel.

Vadriel

A demon of the hours of the day. In some references, called Vadriel.

vagina dentata

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Valac

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Valanu

A good demon, said to teach the arts of magic. At times, called Valanu.

vampire

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vampirism

The state or condition of being a blood-sucking monster: belief in bloood-sucking monsters. Occasionally known as vampirism.

vaporise

To turn oneself into vapour. This is said to be one of the powers of a witch. On occassion, known as vaporise.

Vapula

A demon. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He is said to impart knowledge of science and philosophy and appears as a winged lion. On occassion, identified as Vapula.

Vasa Iniquitatis

The third order of demons, spirits of iniquity, ruled by Belial. At times, known as Vasa Iniquitatis, Vessels of Anger or Vessels of Anger.

Vassago

A demon. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He is said to be able to impart knowledge of the past and the future. In some references, called Vassago.

Veguaniel

A demon of the hours of the day. Known as Veguaniel.

Veltis

A demon. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. This demon was reputedly exorcised by St Margaret. Called Veltis.

Vepar

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Veratiel

A demon of the hours of the day. Also commonly identified as Veratiel.

Verchiel

A demon, ruler of the Zodiacal sign, Leo the lion. In some lore, occasionally known as Verchiel, Seratiel or Seratiel.

Verdelet

A demon acting as master of ceremonies in hell who carried. Witches to Sabbat. Also identified as Verdelet.

verjuice

A potion used by witches. This concoction is said to turn human beings into animals. Sometimes known as verjuice.

vermiculate

A witch's amulet. Also called vermiculate.

Veronica

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Verrier

A demon of disobedience. At times, known as Verrier.

Verrine

A demon of impatience. Occasionally called Verrine.

versipelle

A werewolf. In some lore, occasionally called versipelle, werewolf, werewolf, Chin-Grelin, Galipande, Gallou, Garelant, Gerulf, leperou, Neure, Neures, wairon, wehr wolf, werwolf, werwulff, Leperou, Liberou, loublin, weht wolf or Haiti legerau.

versipellous

Pertaining to lycanthropy. In some references, known as versipellous.

Vetis

A demon sent to corrupt the holy. In some lore, occasionally known as Vetis, Veiovis, Veiovis, Apollo, Vediovis, Vedius, Veive, Vejovis, Vetis or Greek Apollo.

Vine

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vine

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Virgo

The sixth sign of the Zodiac, the virgin. Also known as Virgo, Virgin, Virgin, Arab Sumbula or Arab Sumbula.

visitant

A supernatural visitor: a spirit. Sometimes identified as visitant.

visitation

A divine dispensation: a visit from a god: the appearance of a ghost. Also commonly called visitation.

Vodyanoi

Water spirits. Also called Vodyanoi, Vodyanik, Vodyanik, Rusalka, plurVodyanoi, Finnish Cacce-haldde or Lapp Kul.

Voil

An angel, ruler of the Zodiacal sign. Virgo, the virgin. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Voil.

Vual

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Vulcans

Elementals, fire spirits in some accounts. In some accounts, referred to as Vulcans.

vulture

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Wall

A demon, a duke in hell. Identified as Wall.

Walpurgis Night

The eve of May Day. On this night, all the witches come out and are led in their revelry by the devil himself. In some accounts, referred to as Walpurgis Night.

Wand of Jacob

A rod which was said to have the power to conjure up or repel demons. At times, referred to as Wand of Jacob.

warlock

A magician: a demon. In some references, identified as warlock, femalewitch or femalewitch.

Wasboga

A demon. Sometimes known as Wasboga.

water-bull

An amphibious monster in the form of a bull. Sometimes referred to as water-bull, Scottish tarbh uisge or Scottish tarbh uisge.

waterman

Mythical being living in water. Called waterman.

weasel

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Well of Life

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werewolf

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whale

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whirlpool

A sea-monster like a whale. Sometimes identified as whirlpool.

whistler

A mythical bird whose whistle was fatal to all who heard it. In some references, called whistler.

white magic

Wonder-working without the aid of evil spirits, with beneficial intent; A form of witchcraft. Occasionally referred to as white magic.

white witch

A witch practising white magic. Identified as white witch, Orwen, Orwen or White Witch.

wicca

An old name for a male witch. In some references, called wicca.

Wicca

A cult practising witchcraft. Sometimes identified as Wicca.

Wiccan

A member of the Wicca cult. At times, called Wiccan.

Wild Herdsman

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witch

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witch-finder

One who smells out witches. Called witch-finder.

witch mark

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witchcraft

The art of the witch: the exercise of supernatural powers: sorcery; Wizardry. Occasionally referred to as witchcraft, faticaria, faticaria, black magic, black magic, necromancy, goetia, goety, the black art, the black art, witchery or witchery.

witchknot

A knot in the hair of horses, etc. Resulting from witchcraft. Also referred to as witchknot.

wivern

A winged monster in the form of a dragon with 2 legs. The wingless form of this beast is known as the lindworm. Also commonly identified as wivern, wyvern or wyvern.

wizard

One skilled in magic. Sometimes referred to as wizard, cunning man or cunning man.

wodehouse

A monster in the form of a man. Covered with green hair. Occasionally identified as wodehouse.

wolf

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Wolunkwa

A name for the Rainbow Snake. At times, referred to as Wolunkwa.

Wonambi

A name for the Rainbow Snake. In some references, known as Wonambi, Worombi or Worombi.

wood-spirit

A spirit living in the forest. Sometimes referred to as wood-spirit.

woodhouse

A satyr or faun: a minor woodland. God: a god of shepherds. At times, referred to as woodhouse, ooser, ooser, woodwose, woodwose, wooser, wooser, (w)ooser or (w)ooser.

worm

An old name for a dragon or serpent. Occasionally referred to as worm, dragon, dragon, drake, Celestial Stag or also Celestial Stag.

wraith

An apparition: the spirit of one dead or alive. Also commonly known as wraith, fetch, fetch, German doppelganger or German doppelganger.

Wu

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Xaphan

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xenogenesis

The power of enchantment, said to be given to witches: the generation of life from foul matter. Also referred to as xenogenesis.

xenoglossia

Knowledge of languages never learned. This phenomenon is said to be observed in some cases of possession. In some accounts, called xenoglossia, glossolalia, glossolalia, xenoglossy or xenoglossy.

Xezbeth

A demon of falsehood. Called Xezbeth, Al Kassab, Al Kassab, Shezbeth, Shezbeth, Arab Al-kazzab or Arab Al-kazzab.

Xoblah

A demon. On occassion, referred to as Xoblah.

xylomancy

Divination using wooden rods or twigs. In some lore, occasionally referred to as xylomancy, rhabdomancy, rhabdomancy or dowsing.

Yah-li-Yah

A good demon associated with virgins. Also referred to as Yah-li-Yah.

yali

A mythical lion-like beast. Sometimes called yali, yale, yale, African eale or Welsh bagwyn.

Yero

A name for the Rainbow Snake. Identified as Yero, Yaro, Yaro or Yero.

Ypotrill

A monster, said to be part camel, part. Goat. Occasionally known as Ypotrill.

Yshiel

A demon. Occasionally referred to as Yshiel.

Zaazuash

A demon. At times, called Zaazuash.

Zaebos

A demon of hell. He is depicted as a crocodile with a man's head. In some references, referred to as Zaebos.

Zagan

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Zahun

A demon associated with scandal. At times, known as Zahun.

Zalburis

A demon associated with healing. Also commonly referred to as Zalburis.

Zaleos

A demon. One of the 72 Spirits of Solomon. He is depicted as a soldier riding a crocodile. On occassion, called Zaleos, Saleos or Saleos.

Zaren

An avenging demon. At times, identified as Zaren.

Zarobi

A demon associated with precipices. Occasionally called Zarobi.

Zavebe

A demon. Sometimes known as Zavebe.

Zazel

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Zedex

A demon associated with the planet. Jupiter and Thursday. In some lore, occasionally referred to as Zedex, Tzedec, Tzedec, Tzedek or Tzedek.

Zeffar

A demon associated with irrevocable. Choices. In some accounts, identified as Zeffar.

Zeirna

A demon associated with infirmity. Sometimes referred to as Zeirna.

Zelah

A demon. Identified as Zelah.

Zemen

A demon associated with the sun and Sunday. Sometimes referred to as Zemen, Shemesh, Shemesh or Samas.

Zepar

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Zeveac

A demon associated with the moon and Monday. Occasionally referred to as Zeveac, Lebanah or Lebanah.

Zinimar

One of the cardinal demons (north). On occassion, referred to as Zinimar.

Zizuph

A demon associated with mysteries. Also commonly called Zizuph.

Zodiac

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Zoe

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zoomancy

Divination from watching animals. Occasionally referred to as zoomancy.

zoomorph

An image of a god in the form of an animal. Sometimes referred to as zoomorph.

zoomorphism

Representing god in animal form. On occassion, known as zoomorphism, zoomorphy or zoomorphy.

zootheism

The attribution to animals of divine qualities. Sometimes called zootheism.

Zophas

A demon associated with pentacles. Also referred to as Zophas.

Zorasabel

A demon of the east. Sometimes known as Zorasabel.

Zuphlas

A demon associated with forests. Occasionally known as Zuphlas.

Zuriel

A demon ruling the Zodiacal sign. Libra, the scales. Sometimes called Zuriel, Chadakiel or Chadakiel.
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