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Demons fall under paranormal psychology because not everyone has the ability to see, hear, touch, smell, or know when demons are around. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demon-90k http://demons.monstrous.com/-45k)
There is a Catholic Prayer Book Copyrighted 1925, that uses the word Demon where the newer Copyrighted Catholic Prayers Books say evil spirit.
Demon, the word comes from Greek daimon and diamonion, Latin daemonium derived from daio meaning to “to drive” or “apportion”, a Demon is literally defined as:
An Evil Spirit that can injure or harm
A Non-Human with a spirit that can injure or harm
Demons are evil spirits, the Greek adjective eydaimon meaning “happy” and eudamonia meaning “happiness”, properly meant one who was guided and guarded by a good Demon, and the counterpart is Greek kakodaimonia meaning “misfortune”. Names of Demons:
- Abbadon- (Hebrew: Avaddon) meaning “destruction”.
- Baphomet- a demon supposedly associated with the Knights Templar.
- Beelzebub-(Hebrew ba’al zevuv) Master of the flies or lord of the flies (flies representing evil).
- Mestema- a devil in the Book of Jubilees
Pagan Deities that are considered Demons of Hell/analogues to The Devil:
- Horned god-male nature gods
- Malek Taus
- Mot Nergal
- ÖrdÖg-Hungarian entity
- Pan-Greek god- desire-converted to the devil
- Pwcca-Celtic counterpart to Satan
- Samny-Central Asiatic devil
- Sedit-Egyptian god
- Supay-Inka god
- T’An Mo-Chinese counterpart to the devil
- Vritra-main adversary-Vedic religion
The type of Church you attend is important. Not all Churches, Temples, and synogoges are “Holy” or not all of the them are on “Holy Grounds”.
There is a difference in Angel Being Presence, power of prayer, and mystical energy use depending on where you are. For Example: