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The Demon Dictionary

The Demon Dictionary Identifies Satan's Primary Demons By Name And Discusses Their Influences Upon Mankind. A lot of people believe that angels exist. But what about demons? Are demons real? Without a doubt they are! When The wicked one fell from heaven, he was not alone. One third of all angels (his followers) were also bound to earth by God. These angels are what we commonly refer to as demons. Nearly all spiritual texts speak of demons and there acts. For instance, if you believe the bible to true, you must believe that demons most certainly exist. Demons are talked about many times within this text alone. While many people do believe in the existence of Satan's angels, few have bothered to discover their names or their purpose here on earth. There are legions upon legions of fallen angels, but there are only 72 high ranking demons that rule and command all the others. These are the leaders in Hell and will be the commanders of Satan's army at the final battle. This book is an attempt to identify these primary demons.

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Paganism And Christianity

Formations of Tuan MacCairill could have their origin only in myth and the wonder is that such a doctrine was accepted by Christian scribes. Tuan was Partholan's nephew and through centuries was the sole survivor of his race, which was tragically swept away by pestilence in one week for the sins of Partholan. Obtaining entrance to the fortress of a great warrior by the curious but infallible process of fasting against him, St. Finnen was told by his involuntary host that he was Tuan MacCairill and that he had been a witness of all events in Ireland since the days of Partholan. When he was old and decrepit, he found on awaking one morning that he had become a stag, full of youth and vigour this was in the time of Nemed, and he described the coming of the Nemedians. He himself, as a stag, had been followed by innumerable stags which recognized him as their chief but again he became old, and now after a night's sleep he awoke as a boar in youthful strength and became King of the boars....

Tumulus Stones And Leachta

The custom of erecting a memorial stone on top of a burial mound was widespread in ancient European Paganism. We can have some idea of how they looked in former times if we visit the places in the Land of Baden-W rttemberg in southern Germany where a number of Celtic mounds have been reconstructed. Among the mounds with new The custom of erecting a memorial stone on top of a burial mound was widespread in ancient European Paganism.

The southern province and ceremonial statuary

Entremont Aix

The third, Hellenistic influence is clearly visible in the appearance of urbanized settlements, the pragmatic adoption of literacy, the use of coinage and, not least, in artistic products. The specific works of relevance here are the stone heads and seated figures and related carvings that are found in the sanctuaries at Entremont, in the outskirts of Aix-en-Provence and at Roquepertuse, near Velaux, to its west. Both these sites were violently destroyed, Roquepertuse by fire in the early second century, Entremont by the forces of C. Sextius Calvinus, who defeated the local Saluvii in 124 3 bc in the process of establishing the province of Gallia Narbonnensis as the southern corridor from Italy to the Roman province in Spain. These sacred sites, at Entremont evidently destroyed in what might have amounted to a purge of paganism, therefore, plainly antedate the Roman annexation, and in all probability date from at least the third century if not earlier. The native communities of...

Pictish Stones And Crosses

Pictish Spiral

Certain elements come from indigenous Pictish Paganism. The Biblical figures may have been influenced by Mercian art, while the monsters and demons have similarities with those described in the early illustrated text, The Mawels of the East, which was current in Northumbrian monasteries at the time.

Iconic And Aniconic

It is clear that aniconism was the guiding principle of ancient Celtic Paganism. In the fourth century bce, the Celtic general Brennos captured the Greek shrine of Delphi. According to Diodorus Siculus 'When he encountered only images of stone and wood, he laughed at them, to think that men, believing that the gods had human form, should erect their images in wood and stone.' Only later, under Roman influence, did the Celts portray their goddesses and gods in human form. According to medieval Welsh bardic writings, the ancient British sages taught that even the name of the Absolute should never be spoken. They held that it is blasphemous to utter the name of God, and also unnecessary, because the whole world is already a manifestation of the divine. This idea was current among many people in the British Isles until quite recently. In 1690, the East Anglian philosopher Sir Thomas Browne wrote in his Christian Morals 'To thoughtful obscrva-tors the whole world is a phylactery, and every...

The Celtic Spiritual Tradition

Although, geographically, the Celtic church in the British Isles may seem hopelessly isolated from Mediterranean religion, in actuality it was totally cosmopolitan. Celtic Christianity was composed of many threads it took the practices and theories from Egyptian, Greek and Frankish Christians while retaining and adapting elements of Celtic and Classical Paganism. According to the nineteenth-century Welsh bard, the Reverend J. Williams ab Ithel 'The Bards believed that all things were tending to perfection when, therefore, they embraced Christianity, they must on their own principles have viewed it as a stage in advance of their former creed.' Thus, there was continuity and not a break between Paganism and Christianity. Celtic Christianity allowed its priests to travel widely. Many did not spend their lives cooped up in caves or monastic cells rather they made regular journeys across mainland Europe, through the old Celtic heartlands to the Mediterranean. Celtic priests were the...

Continuity And Destruction

Scottish Celtic Art

At the Reformation, places and things formerly revered by Roman Catholics as holy were condemned by the new Protestants as objects of superstition that should be destroyed. In those parts of the British Isles where staunch Protestants gained the ascendancy, most of the crosses were destroyed in the religious turmoil that marked the change from Catholicism. Puritan zealots believed it to be their religious duty to eliminate all 'idolatrous images' at which Catholic 'superstition' was practised. So, when they smashed and burnt the church's images of Christ, Our Lady and the saints, broke stained-glass windows and dug up altars, they also destroyed stone crosses both on church ground and at the wayside. An English law against witchcraft, passed in 1542, specifically mentions the latter practice, in the shape of certain people who had 'digged up and pulled down an infinite number of crosses within this realm, for despite of Christ, or for love of money'.

The Natural World Of The Celts

Single trees, woods and groves were sacred. Before the historical Celtic period, open-air sanctuaries, like the sixth-century BC Goloring enclosure in Germany, had as their cult focus a sacred post or living tree. This tradition was maintained by communities all over Celtic Europe, from the fourth century BC until (and indeed beyond) the end of official paganism in the fourth century AD. Thus, at the third-century BC ritual enclosure of Libenice in Czechoslovakia, there were sacred wooden pillars or trees that had been adorned with great bronze torcs or neckrings as if they were cult statues. At the opposite corner of the Celtic world, the late Iron Age shrine of Hayling Island in Hampshire was built around a central pit holding a post or stone. The Romano-Celtic sanctuary of the Mother-Goddesses at Pesch in Germany had a great tree as a cult focus. At Bliesbruck in the Moselle, numerous sacred pits were filled with votive offerings which included the bodies of animals and...

Christian Monasticism And The Celtic Church

Thus Ireland more readily assimilated the Christian religion, which gradually absorbed and supplanted Paganism in both its religious and social functions. A new church grew up in Ireland, which, once established, began to spread beyond Ireland. The voyages of Irish monks are legendary, as recorded in the 'Life of St Brendan the Navigator' (The Lives of the British Saints, Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion, 1908) whose travels, though embellished and misinterpreted by later commentators, recount his voyages around the islands of the northwest Atlantic. Irish missionaries extended their sphere of influence into western Britain and then across the Channel into mainland Europe. In western Britain, where the Anglo-Saxons had not yet penetrated, British and Irish Celtic priests travelled around preaching, fighting and founding churches and monasteries. There, the great monastic settlements of Glastonbury and Malmesbury were founded by Irish monks. In Northumbria, East Anglia...

The historical Background of the Celtic Cross

Unlike southern Britain, Ireland and most of what is now Scotland were never incorporated into the Roman Empire. Consequently, the traditions of the late Iron Age, which had come to an end in the rest of the Celtic realms, continued to develop. Classical Graeco-Roman art had transformed the sacred arts in Celtic parts of the empire, but it had relatively little impact in Ireland and northern Britain. There, the ancient Celtic art was perpetuated and developed along its own lines. In Ireland, the Pagan Celtic religion also continued in a form which had ceased elsewhere. In its forms and style, Irish religion was paralleled further east by the Pagan religions of the Germans, Scandinavians, Slavs and Baits, but in Britain and Gaul Romanization had significantly altered Paganism. In Ireland and Pictland, the Pagan Celtic religion continued in an older form which had ceased elsewhere, for druidry flourished in Ireland long after the Romans had extirpated it in Britain. The Celtic pantheon,...

Scale In Inches

Celtic Jewellery Found Pembrokeshire

IT must always be borne in mind that the conversion of the inhabitants of Britain from Paganism to Christianity was a gradual process, extending over a period of several hurdred years. Almost as soon as the new religion began to take deep root in England it was swept away by the Saxon conquest, and the converts who were not exterminated by the ruthless Pagan invaders fled for refuge to Wales and Cornwall. The archa ologioaI evidence of the existence of Romano-British Christianity is so far very scanty. Out of the several hundreds of inscribed and sculptured monuments belonging to the period of the Roman occupation of Britain there are hardly any which bear Christian symbols or show traces of Christian art.1 There are only two nstances of the occurrence of a Christian symbol on a Romano-British structure, namely, (1) at Chedworth,2 where the Chi-Rho monogram is carved twice upon a stone in the steps leading Amongst objects belonging to the early Christian Celtic period before a.d. 600,...

Jupiter Columns

Symbolically, Jupiter Columns are a summation of time and space, and the Roman pantheon. Later, when Christianity had superseded Paganism as the state religion, this scheme of portraying the gods and goddesses on a column was taken up by churchmen and interpreted according to the newer doctrines. The Celtic Crosses that bear images of the figures of the three-fold godhead, prophets, patriarchs and saints are a re-interpretation of the scheme of the Pagan Jupiter Columns. The classical column was too good a symbolic form to abandon. The fantastic baroque Pests ule and Lichts ule of Austria are other instances of this re-interpretation at a later date. Erected in the eighteenth century, they often depict Our Lady's ascent into heaven amid an entourage of angels, putti and saints.

Reconsecrated Stones

Megaliths Life People

In Wales, the megalith sacred to another early Celtic missionary, St Beuno, still stands at Berriew in Powys, in the shape of Beuno's Stone. The animal-related rites conducted until the last century at Beuno's shrine, at Clynnog Fawr in the Lleyn, were the direct continuation of Celtic Paganism. It seems that, like many priests of the Celtic church, Beuno took over the shrines of the elder faith for Christian use while altering their ceremonial character very little. Elsewhere, other Celtic priests, whose names are not recorded, also appropriated the holy stones of the elder faith. At Llanfaelog in Anglesey, a prehistoric cup-marked menhir was re-dedicated by having a cross cut upon it, while at East Worlington in Devon is the megalith called the Long Stone, which bears no fewer than five incised crosses.

The Wheel Symbol

By themselves, wheels appear in Celtic Paganism as an attribute of the heavenly thunder-and-lightning god, Taranis, 'The Thunderer', whom the Romans assimilated with Jupiter, and the British Christians with God the Father under the title Daronwy. The wheel-god Taranis was acknowledged by the Pagan Celts from the Balkans to the British Isles. Remains of the worship of the wheel-god have been found all over the Celtic realms. They range from coins, small wheel-brooches and votive images to lifesize statues of the deity. The shrine site at Cold Kitchen Hill in Wiltshire has yielded many wheel-form brooches and votive wheels, which can be seen in Devizes Museum. Sometimes, deities are portrayed with wheels. One is carved on the left side of a Roman altar dedicated to the Great God Jupiter, kept at Tullie House, Carlisle. A Gallo-Roman altar of Jupiter found at Laudun in Gard, France, shows the god holding a sceptre in his left hand, while on the right is an eagle and a five-spoked wheel....

The DRCiids

Romen Torcery

While it is relatively simple to disregard Roman accounts of the druids as sorcerers, there is evidence that there was a belief in magic and witchcraft during the Celtic period. The ability to heal the sick, predict the future, and to determine the will of the gods through the Druids have long been associated with mystical ritual. Some Roman historians even claimed that they were sorcerers, representing a strong Roman tendency to east druids in a harsh light. What little evidence there is suggests that although druids were no sorcerers, the Celts did believe in witchcraft, and in the power of druids to summon mystical healing forces through a combination of herbal medicine and ritual. The extremely superstitious Romans were no strangers to magic. The)' offered up prayers to their gods for divine intervention on a regular basis and looked for omens and portents in almost every natural occurrence. The desire to portray the druids as evil sorcerers suited Caesar's policies, and had an...

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