Baphomet..................... Angel. Demon. Heaven. Hell. God. Satan. Hades. Rapture. Apocalypse. Grim Reaper. Death. Judgment Day. Torture. Misery. Pain. Afterlife. Peace. Seraph. Archangel. Cherub. Religion. Faith. Underworld.  Paradise. Day of the Dead. Possession. Poltergeist. Ghost. Haunting. Phantom. Specter. Phantasm.

Baphomet..................... Angel. Demon. Heaven. Hell. God. Satan. Hades. Rapture. Apocalypse. Grim Reaper. Death. Judgment Day. Torture. Misery. Pain. Afterlife. Peace. Seraph. Archangel. Cherub. Religion. Faith. Underworld. Paradise. Day of the Dead. Possession. Poltergeist. Ghost. Haunting. Phantom. Specter. Phantasm.

Demons. idk whethter to put it on this board, the 'legends or myths?' board or the d  'do you believe board'....

Demons. idk whethter to put it on this board, the 'legends or myths?' board or the d 'do you believe board'....

why was Dionysius, lover of earth and life, slowly manipulated and fashioned into the Devil? // photo via blessed wild apple girl

why was Dionysius, lover of earth and life, slowly manipulated and fashioned into the Devil? // photo via blessed wild apple girl

The scene begins with a wonderful soliloquy by the castle porter where he thinks to himself of "a man were porter of hell-gate, he should have plenty of turning a key"  (2. 3.1-2). He then further speaks stating "i' the name of Beelzebub" basically saying that he serves the devil. unbeknownst to the porter this is dramatic irony as he is serving an insane murderer.

The scene begins with a wonderful soliloquy by the castle porter where he thinks to himself of "a man were porter of hell-gate, he should have plenty of turning a key" (2. 3.1-2). He then further speaks stating "i' the name of Beelzebub" basically saying that he serves the devil. unbeknownst to the porter this is dramatic irony as he is serving an insane murderer.

Celtic Mythology- The Phooka. He's a pretty evil little dude. He plays the same roll as a faery in a sense.   I think he's fascinating. But  Cernunnos is tops on my list for sure.

Celtic Mythology- The Phooka. He's a pretty evil little dude. He plays the same roll as a faery in a sense. I think he's fascinating. But Cernunnos is tops on my list for sure.

it's hard to see the makeup but I like the idea of a full black strip across the eyes

it's hard to see the makeup but I like the idea of a full black strip across the eyes

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