#Pazuzu - Origin: #Assyrian and #Babylonian #mythology Attributes: As #king of the #wind #demons, he is known for inflicting humankind with #storms, droughts, and plagues. Also notable for possessing Regan from The Exorcist (1973). Appearance: He is depicted as having a scaly body, a dog-like head, taloned feet, wings, a scorpion’s tail.
Baphomet (también Bafomet, Bafumet, Bafometo o Baffometo) supuesto ídolo o deidad cuyo culto se le atribuye a los Caballeros de la Orden del Temple. Su nombre apareció por primera vez cuando los templarios fueron enjuiciados por herejes. Durante el proceso muchos de los caballeros de la orden fueron sometidos a tortura, y confesaron numerosos actos heréticos. Entre ellos se incluyó la adoración a un ídolo de este nombre
Pazuzu, demonio Sumerio, hijo del dios Hanbi.
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Pazuzu - King of Wind Demons Incense Sticks
Pazuzu, King of Wind Demons is the protector of the home and the instructor of…
Baal - ancient engraving. Baal is a Christian demon. According to Christian demonology, Baal was ranked as the first and principal king in Hell, ruling over the East. According to some authors Baal is a Duke, with sixty-six legions of demons under his command. The term "Baal" is used in various ways in the Old Testament, with the usual meaning of master, or owner. It came to sometimes mean the local pagan god of a particular people, and at the same time all of the idols of the land. It is...
Artemis statue in Selcuk Museum, Ephesus, Turkey. Upis, Great Goddess of Lydia, better known as Artemis Ephesia Her temple at Ephesos in western Asia Minor was one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient Mediterranean, with a colossal statue of the goddess some 40 feet high and 127 columns, all 60 feet tall.
Shang Dynasty Artifacts | ... civilization of China was the Xia dynasty. The Yueh tribes founded it
Sumerian harp of 11 strings, with inlaid gold bull's head, decorated with lapis lazuli and carnelian inlaid stones imported from the east. From the Royal Cemetery of Ur. Early Dynastic, ca. 2400 BC.