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- Main article: Poltergeist
An apparition from German folk tales that is attached to a certain building and causes furniture and household objects to float around. Its name means "noisy ghost" or "noise-making monster" in German.
Today, the poltergeist phenomenon has been scientifically analyzed, and many theories have been proposed, but so far they have failed to produce a definitive explanation.
- Main article: Gaki
The form given to those who are cast down into the Preta Realm, one of the Six Realms of Buddhist scriptures.
Those who lived extravagant lives are said to be cast into the Preta Realm after death. Preta are constantly tormented by hunger and thirst, but whenever they put something to their mouths, it bursts into flame, and so they are eternally deprived of food and drink. Their figures are gaunt, except for their bellies which are strangely swollen.
- Main article: Ghoul
A man-eating demon of Arabian legend, often seen in graveyards. Its name derives from the Arabic word for "calamity." Ghouls are associated with the Arabian elementals called jinn. They are wild, vicious, and repulsive in appearance.
Ghouls generally steal corpses from graveyards and eat them, but they will also attack and eat living humans. They sometimes assume the form of animals when attacking people, most often hyenas.
Female ghouls are called "ghula" and use their alluring beauty to ensnare and eat human men. Calling upon the name of Allah will drive off a ghoul. This is because Allah created the jinn, and ghouls do not dare oppose the God that created them.
- Main article: Choronzon
A demon with a vast array of knowledge that serves sorcerers. It is known as the "Abyss," a formless aggregation of consciousness. It guards the door to all the knowledge of the cosmos. However, it is also the natural enemy of sorcerers, an evil being that sows chaos and contrives to send those who seek true wisdom to their downfalls.
The great sorcerer Aleister Crowley is said to have actually summoned Choronzon. While Crowley succeeded in calling Choronzon down into his body, he could not control it, and though used many tricks to try to lure Crowley's follower Neuburg into breaking the seal and freeing it, Neuburg was able to resist. Sources vary on whether Crowley actually obtained knowledge or remained possessed by Choronzon.
- Main article: Yakkha
A type of disease-causing demon found in Sri Lankan legends. They originated from the Yaksa and Yaksini of India.
Yakkha are small and incredibly ugly in appearance. Those who fall under their gaze are afflicted by disease and madness. Almost all diseases in Sri Lanka are said to be caused by Yakkha, and must be cured by a shaman or witch doctor. To do so, the healer presents an offering and performs a dance to appease the demon and make it leave.
The Yakkha are ruled by their king, Mahakola Sanni Yakkha, to whom Sri Lankan shamans and witch doctors make numerous offerings. If a Yakkha will not leave a person's body, the healer will call upon the king himself to force the demon to leave.
- Main article: Chatterskull
A sentient skull appearing in the folk tales of Dominica. Those who hear its high-pitched laugh are doomed to die.
The skull, which holds the brain that governs the senses, is believed to have tremendous spiritual powers. Stories about the power of skulls can be found in cultures throughout the world.
- Main article: Pisaca
A type of Preta appearing in Indian mythology. It eats the meat and bones not only of the dead, but also of the living. It also steals the life force of humans and animals and converts it to magical power for its own use. It is said that when you yawn, you must cover your mouth or bite your finger, or a Pisaca may enter your body through your open mouth.
Pisaca are close to Vetala, in Buddhism, they are the followers of Dhrtarastra, one of the Four Heavenly Kings. It is said that one who sees a Pisaca will die within nine months.
- Main article: Legion
An evil spirit whose name is derived from the Roman military term. Legion appears in Chapter 5, the Gospel of St. Mark, possessing a human body and uttering the line: "My name am Legion, for we are many." As its name signifies, it is not a single entity, but a vast amalgamation of souls. These souls, driven by hatred and jealousy, have lost all sense of individuality.
In classical Latin, Legion's name was "Legio," the term for a Roman military unit of 5,000 soldiers. From this, the name "Legion" came to mean "army."
- Main article: Vetala
A type of Preta appearing in Hindu tradition. They are the most dangerous of all Preta. They possess the dead bodies of humans and are constantly plotting their return to the realm of the living. Their eyes glow with a dull light.
Legends say that the Vetala wield secret arts and can raise the dead by chanting mantras.
Vetala are considered the greatest of all evil spirits, and also a form of vampire. They suck the blood of their victims and bend them to their will, even controlling their movement like puppets.
In Buddhist tradition, they are called Kondara or Metara.
- Main article: Utai-Gaikotsu
- Main article: Kumbhanda
A Kumbhāṇḍa (Sanskrit) or Kumbhaṇḍa (Pāli) is one of a group of dwarfish, misshapen spirits among the lesser deities of Buddhist mythology.
Kumbhāṇḍa was a dialectal form for "gourd", so they may get their name from being thought to resemble gourds in some way, e.g. in having big stomachs. But kumbhāṇḍa can also be interpreted as "pot-egg"; since "egg" (aṇḍa) was a common euphemism for "testicle", the kumbhāṇḍas were imagined having testicles "as big as pots".
The terms kumbhāṇḍa and yakṣa are sometimes used for the same person; yakṣa in these cases is the more general term, including a variety of lower deities.
The kumbhāṇḍas are classed among the Cāturmahārājikakāyika deities, and are subject to the Great King Virūḷhaka, Guardian of the South. One of their chiefs is called Kumbhīra.
- Main article: Kudlak
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|Aerials||Seraphim • Divine • Fallen Angel|
|Guardians||Vile • Heavenly God • Reaper • Nation Ruler • Earth Mother • Guardian • Destroyer|
|Demoniacs||Evil Demon • Earth Element • Brute • Femme|
|Dragons||Dragon King • Dragon • Evil Dragon|
|Magica||Yoma • Fairy • Demigod • Nocturne • Tyrant|
|Birds||Avian • Raptor • Wild Bird|
|Beasts||Holy Beast • Beast • Wilder • Godly Beast|
|Humans||Fiend • Gaian|