Demons - Mysterious Creatures from the Element of Evil

Demons are mysterious creatures that have been a source of fascination, fear and controversy in culture and religion for centuries. In various traditions and beliefs, demons are viewed as malicious and dangerous entities. In this article we will explore the topic of demons, their history, importance and place in culture and religion.

Demons, evil, supernatural beings

The history of demons dates back to ancient times and varies depending on culture and religion. In Greek mythology, there were daimones - beings who were neither good nor evil, but had an influence on people's lives. In Christianity, demons are often seen as fallen angels who rebelled against God and now act as forces of evil.

History of demons, Greek mythology, Christian demonology

Different cultures and religions have their own ideas about demons. In Hinduism, there are asuras, evil beings who compete with the gods. In Islam, demonic beings are called jinn. In each of these traditions, demons play different roles and have different characteristics.

Demons in Hinduism, jinn in Islam, demonic beings
in different cultures

In some religions and traditions there are practices related to demonology, i.e. the study of demons. Exorcisms are rituals that are intended to expel demons or evil spirits from a person's body or mind. In the Catholic tradition, exorcism is used by qualified exorcists in cases where a person is believed to be possessed by a demon.

Demonology, exorcism, demonic possession

Demons often appear in literature, films and computer games as a source of fear and conflict. Popular demon characters, such as Pazuzu from "The Exorcist" and the devil in "The Possession of Emily Rose", are gaining notoriety and influencing the perception of demons in popular culture.

Demons in the media, horror literature, movies with demons

Demons are a complex topic that is present in many cultures and traditions around the world. Their role and importance varies depending on the cultural and religious context. Even though they are often perceived as evil beings, their presence and importance in culture and religion are fascinating topics for research and consideration.

History Voodoo!

History Voodoo! History Voodoo!

Voodoo is an African-American religion professed mainly in the vicinity of Haiti and in the southern part of the USA, the pillars are built on elements of the Catholic religion and spiritism.

To become Voodoo, you must be baptized Catholic because the holy water makes it easier to enter the believer, the spirit of the loa. Loa is a spirit that lives after a person's physical death and lives in the non-mortal world, is endowed with infinite power and possibilities.

Shango - the spirit of storm and anxiety that appears in the form of John the Wanter Papa Legba - the spirit guarding the border between the living and the dead worlds Ogoun - the spirit of war and warriors Erzuliee - the spirit of love, fertility and happiness Damballah - Father of all loa spirits

Voodoo ritual!

Voodoo ritual! Voodoo ritual!

An inseparable part of the Voodoo religion are rituals in which the faithful communicate with the afterlife. During this process, various sacrifices are made and the believers in it ask for happiness, prosperity for themselves, their relatives and families, as well as misfortune and tragedies for enemies.

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