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!HERO is a 2003 Christian rock opera about Jesus.
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A Caseira e a Catarina is a very popular Brazilian play written by Ariano Suassuna that was first published in 1962.
"A Dialogue between Joseph Smith and the Devil" (or "Joe Smith and the Devil") is an 1844 short story by Parley P. Pratt, generally credited as the first work of Mormon fiction.
A Dialogue of Comfort against Tribulation is a work that was written by St.
A Dog's Will (O Auto da Compadecida, which literally means "The Compassionate Woman's Play", the woman being Virgin Mary) is a 2000 Brazilian comedy film, directed by Guel Arraes, with a screenplay by Arraes, Adriana Falcão and João Falcão.
"A Girl Like You" is a song by British singer-songwriter Edwyn Collins from his third solo studio album, Gorgeous George (1994).
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A Light in the Attic is a collection of poems by the American poet, writer, and children's author Shel Silverstein.
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A Season Between Heaven and Hell is a 2008 film.
A Second Before... (Sekunda do...) is a 2007 Russian-Ukrainian, fantasy TV-series.
A Trilogia das Barcas (The Trilogy of the Ferries or The Trilogy of Ships, in English) is a series of one-act dramatic plays with allegorical characters by Portuguese playwright and poet Gil Vicente.
A Year at the Top is an American sitcom that aired for five episodes on CBS from August 5 to September 2, 1977.
Alfred Benjamin "A.
Associazione Calcio Milan, commonly referred to as A.C. Milan or simply Milan, is a professional football club in Milan, Italy, founded in 1899.
The A666 is a major road in Greater Manchester and Lancashire, England.
The Hebrew term Abaddon (אֲבַדּוֹן ’Ǎḇaddōn), and its Greek equivalent Apollyon (Ἀπολλύων, Apollýōn) appear in the Bible as both a place of destruction and an angel of the abyss.
L'Abbé Adam was a French priest.
Abdulcadir Gabeire Farah (1955 – September 21, 2015) was a Somalian-born Polish historian and social activist.
In ancient Roman religion, Abundantia was a divine personification of abundance and prosperity.
In the myth and folklore of the Near East and Europe, Abyzou is the name of a female demon.
Acceptable Risk is a 1995 novel by American author Robin Cook.
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (also known as Ace Ventura 2 or Ace Ventura 2: When Nature Calls) is a 1995 American comedy film and the sequel to Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994).
An actor (often actress for women; see terminology) is a person who portrays a character in a performance.
Actua Pool is a sports simulation video game developed by British company Gremlin Interactive as part of their highly successful Actua Sports series of sport simulators of the mid-to-late 1990s.
"Address to the Devil" is a poem by Scottish poet Robert Burns.
Adrienne d’Heur (1585 – 11 September 1646) was an alleged French witch.
In the history of Christianity, the African Rite refers to a now defunct Catholic, Western liturgical rite, and is considered a development or possibly a local use of the primitive Roman Rite.
Ahn Sahng-hong (13 January 1918 – 25 February 1985) was a Korean minister and founder of Witnesses of Jesus Church of God.
Aion (2003) is an album by the Finnish rock group CMX.
Akilathirattu Ammanai (அகிலத்திரட்டு அம்மானை; akilam ("world"), thirattu ("collection"), ammanai ("ballad")), also called Thiru Edu ("venerable book"), is the main religious text of the Tamil belief system Ayyavazhi.
The akuma (悪魔) is a malevolent fire spirit in Japanese folklore.
Rear Admiral Upper Half Albert "Al" Calavicci, USN, is a fictional character on the science fiction television series Quantum Leap, played by Dean Stockwell.
Alfredo James Pacino (born April 25, 1940) is an American actor and filmmaker.
An ala or hala (plural: ale or hali) is a female mythological creature recorded in the folklore of Bulgarians, Macedonians, and Serbs.
The following is the filmography for Scottish-American actor, director, producer, writer Alan Cumming.
Alastair Sooke (born 1981) is an English art critic and broadcaster, most notable for reporting and commenting on art for the British media and writing and presenting documentaries on art and art history for BBC television and radio.
Albanian mythology comprises myths and legends of the Albanians.
Albert W. Hicks (c. 1820 – July 13, 1860), also known as William Johnson, John Hicks, and Pirate Hicks, was a triple murderer, and the last person executed for piracy in the United States (though the execution of the slaver Nathaniel Gordon in 1862 was under the terms of the Piracy Law of 1820).
Alberto Fernández de Rosa (born in 1944) is an experienced Argentine actor.
Alexander Aan (born 1981) is an Indonesian atheist and ex-Muslim of Minang descent.
Alice Cooper (born Vincent Damon Furnier; February 4, 1948) is an American singer, songwriter, and actor whose career spans over fifty years.
Alien is a 1979 science fiction horror film directed by Ridley Scott, and starring Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Veronica Cartwright, Harry Dean Stanton, John Hurt, Ian Holm and Yaphet Kotto.
Alive! is a free monthly publication in the style of a newspaper which has been produced since its first edition in 1996 by Alive Group, an organisation with an address at the Dominican Order St Mary's Priory, Tallaght in Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
"All on Black" is a song by the Chicago-based punk rock band Alkaline Trio, released as the second single from their 2003 album Good Mourning.
"All Souls" is the seventeenth episode of the fifth season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files.
Alonso de Salazar Frías has been given the epithet "The Witches’ Advocate" for his role in establishing the conviction, within the Spanish Inquisition, that accusations against supposed witches were more often rooted in dreams and fantasy than in reality, and the inquisitorial policy that witch accusations and confessions should only be given credence where there was firm, independent, corroborating evidence.
The América Futebol Clube – also referred to as América (AM) or América de Manaus – is an association football club from Manaus, the capital of the Brazilian state of Amazonas.
América Futebol Clube (SP), usually known simply as América (or as América-SP, or América (SP)), is a Brazilian football club from São José do Rio Preto, São Paulo state.
America Football Club, or America as it is usually called, is a Brazilian football club from Mesquita in Rio de Janeiro state, which was founded on September 18, 1904.
America: Imagine the World Without Her is a 2014 American political documentary film by Dinesh D'Souza based on his book of the same name.
The American Council of Witches (sometimes called the Council of American Witches) was an independent group founded in 1973 consisting of approximately seventy-three members who followed Pagan, Neopagan, or Witchcraft traditions; the group convened and disbanded in 1974 after drafting a set of common principles.
American Indian Stories is a collection of childhood stories, allegorical fictions and essays written by Sioux writer and activist Zitkala-Ša. First published in 1921, American Indian Stories details the hardships encountered by Zitkala-Ša and other Native Americans in the missionary and manual labour schools designed to "civilize" them.
Ancient Aliens is an American television series that premiered on April 20, 2010, on the History channel.
"And did those feet in ancient time" is a poem by William Blake from the preface to his epic Milton: A Poem in Two Books, one of a collection of writings known as the Prophetic Books.
Andover is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States.
Angel Heart is a 1987 American neo-noir horror film based on William Hjortsberg's 1978 novel Falling Angel.
Angel on My Shoulder is a 1946 American fantasy film about a deal between the Devil and a dead man.
The anhinga (Anhinga anhinga), sometimes called snakebird, darter, American darter, or water turkey, is a water bird of the warmer parts of the Americas.
Aniconism is a proscription in Islam against the creation of images of sentient beings.
Anna Göldi (also Anna Göldin or Anna Goeldin, 24 October 1734 – 13 June 1782) was an 18th-century Swiss woman who was the last person to be executed in Europe for witchcraft.
Anowa is a play by Ghanaian playwright Ama Ata Aidoo published in 1970.
Anti-Quebec sentiment is opposition or hostility expressed toward the government, culture, or the francophone people of Quebec.
After German doctors became the first to identify the link between smoking and lung cancer, Germany initiated a strong anti-tobacco movement and led the first public anti-smoking campaign in modern history.
Antiques Roadshow is a British television series produced by the BBC since 1979.
The idea that the New Testament is anti-Semitic is a controversy that has emerged with force in the aftermath of the Holocaust.
With only a small and relatively obscure Jewish population, Japan had no traditional antisemitism until nationalist ideology and propaganda influenced a small number of Japanese in the years preceding World War II.
Anton van Dale (Anthonie, Antonius) (8 November 1638 in Haarlem – 28 November 1708 in Haarlem) was a Dutch Mennonite preacher, physician and writer on religious subjects, described by the contemporary theologian Jean Le Clerc as an enemy of superstition.
Anybody Killa has released 6 studio albums.
The Apocalypse of Zephaniah (or Apocalypse of Sophonias) is an 1st-century pseudepigraphic Jewish text attributed to the Biblical Zephaniah and so associated with the Old Testament, but not regarded as scripture by Jews or any Christian group.
Generally, an apparition is an instance of something's appearing, i.e. being seen.
Ara Soyza (ඇර සොයිසා) is a 1984 Sri Lankan Comedy film directed by Herbert Ranjith Peiris and produced by Dayasena Perera for Samagi Films.
Arcanis was originally a campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons game, created by Henry Lopez and supported by Paradigm Concepts.
The Archontics, or Archontici, were a Gnostic sect that existed in Palestine and Armenia, who arose towards the close of the 2nd century CE.
Ardrossan Castle is situated on the west coast of Scotland in the town of Ardrossan, Ayrshire.
Ars Magica is the second novel of Spanish author Nerea Riesco, first published on May fourth 2007.
Arthur Macnamara (1831 – 11 February 1906), was a squire of Billington near Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire, England.
Arthur's Knights: Tales of Chivalry, released in 2000 is a Windows video game whose story revolves around the mythic Medieval era of which the legendary King Arthur is a contemporary.
Arturo Marcelino Sosa Abascal (born 12 November 1948) is the thirty-first and present Superior General of the Society of Jesus, the largest male religious institute in the Roman Catholic Church.
Aryana Institute for Regional Research and Advocacy was a think tank of researchers and activists from Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Ascetical theology is the organized study or presentation of spiritual teachings found in Christian Scripture and the Church Fathers that help the faithful to more perfectly follow Christ and attain to Christian perfection.
The ashen faggot (also known as ashton fagot) is an old English Christmas tradition from Devon and Somerset, similar to that of the Yule log and related to the wassail tradition.
Asmodeus (Ασμοδαίος, Asmodaios) or Ashmedai (אַשְמְדּאָי, ʾAšmədʾāy; see below for other variations) is a king of demons"Asmodeus" in The New Encyclopædia Britannica.
According to the tradition of the Physiologus and medieval bestiaries, the aspidochelone is a fabled sea creature, variously described as a large whale or vast sea turtle, and a giant sea monster with huge spines on the ridge of its back.
The Assumption of Moses (otherwise called the Testament of Moses) is a 1st century Jewish apocryphal pseudepigraphical work.
is a 2D versus fighting arcade game illustrated and designed by SANTACLAUS, developed and published by Sunsoft, and distributed by Tecmo in Japan on June 6, 1998.
Asylum of the Damned, Columbia Tristar (2004), also known as Hellborn, CDA Entertainment, is a 2003 horror film written by Matt McCombs, directed by Philip J Jones and starring Matt Stasi and Bruce Payne.
Atmospheric ghost lights are lights (or fires) that appear in the atmosphere without an obvious cause.
Attila the Hun has had many depictions in popular culture.
Auchencairn is a village in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.
"Audrey's Dance" is an instrumental song by American composer Angelo Badalamenti for the television series Twin Peaks, appearing as the third track on the soundtrack album Soundtrack from Twin Peaks (1990).
Auerbachs Keller (Auerbach's Cellar in English) is the best known and second oldest restaurant in Leipzig, Germany.
Australian Christian Churches (ACC), formerly known as Assemblies of God in Australia (AOG), is a Pentecostal Christian denomination and the Australian branch of the World Assemblies of God Fellowship, the largest Pentecostal denomination in the world.
An auto-antonym or autantonym, also called a contronym or contranym, is a word with multiple meanings (senses) of which one is the reverse of another.
Avebury is a Neolithic henge monument containing three stone circles, around the village of Avebury in Wiltshire, in southwest England.
Ayat Hassan Mohammed Al-Qurmezi (آيات حسن محمد القرمزي; the surname is also transcribed Al-Qormezi, al-Ghermezi) (born January 1, 1991, Sanad, Bahrain) is a poet and student at the University of Bahrain Teaching Institute in Bahrain.
Çor refers to Jinn in Altaic, Mongolian and some Turkish folklore.
The Ördög (Ürdüng in Old Hungarian and in Turkic mythology equivalent to Erlik) is a shape-shifting, demonic creature from Hungarian mythology and early Hungarian Paganism who controls the dark and evil forces of the world.
Þiðreks saga af Bern ('the saga of Þiðrekr of Bern', also Þiðrekssaga, Þiðriks saga, Niflunga saga or Vilkina saga, with Anglicisations including Thidreksaga) is an Old Norse chivalric saga centering the character it calls Þiðrekr af Bern, who originated as the historical king Theoderic the Great (454–526), but who attracted a great many unhistorical legends in the Middle Ages.
Şeytan is a 1974 Turkish cult horror film based on William Friedkin’s The Exorcist (1973), directed by Metin Erksan, featuring Canan Perver as a 12-year-old girl named Gul, living a high society life with her mother in Istanbul, who becomes possessed by the Devil himself after experimenting with a Ouija Board.
Žmuidzinavičius Museum, known as the Devils' Museum (Velnių muziejus), is a museum in Kaunas, Lithuania, dedicated to collecting and exhibiting sculptures and carvings of devils from all over the world.
Babasónica is the fourth album by Argentine rock group Babasónicos.
Baby Face Finlayson is a fictional character in a comic strip in the UK comic The Beano, first appearing in issue 1553, dated 22 April 1972.
Baby jumping (El Colacho) is a traditional Spanish holiday dating back to 1620 that takes place annually to celebrate the Catholic feast of Corpus Christi in Castrillo de Murcia, Sasamón, province of Burgos.
Bad Girls from Valley High is a 2005 American direct-to-video comedy film starring Julie Benz, Monica Keena, Nicole Bilderback, Janet Leigh and Christopher Lloyd.
"Bajo Otra Luz" ("Under Another Light") is the third single released by Nelly Furtado during a special iTunes promotion counting down to the release of her fourth studio album, Mi Plan.
Balthazar Alvarez (April 1534 – July 25, 1580) was a Spanish Catholic mystic and was the spiritual director of St. Teresa.
Baltish is a black humour TV show produced by MTV Lietuva.
Bananarama are a British female pop music vocal group formed in London in 1981 by friends Sara Dallin, Siobhan Fahey and Keren Woodward.
Barbana is a small island located at the northern end of the Grado Lagoon, near Trieste in north-east Italy.
Bardolph is a fictional character who appears in four plays by William Shakespeare.
Barefoot to Jerusalem is a 2008 American drama film directed by Nietzchka Keene.
Barking Pumpkin Records is an American independent record label based in California, United States, that specialized in mail order releases.
Bartolomeo Sacchi (1421 – 21 September 1481), known as Platina (in Italian il Platina) after his birthplace (Piadena), and commonly referred to in English as Bartolomeo Platina, was an Italian Renaissance humanist writer and gastronomist.
The Basilidians or Basilideans were a Gnostic sect founded by Basilides of Alexandria in the 2nd century.
Batcombe is a small straggling village and civil parish in the West Dorset district of Dorset, England, situated north-west of Dorchester below the northern scarp slope of the Dorset Downs.
Batmen of All Nations are a group of fictional superheroes appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.
A bawbee was a Scottish halfpenny.
"Bâtard" is a short story by Jack London, first published in 1902 under the title "Diable — A Dog" in The Cosmopolitan before being renamed to "Bâtard" in 1904.
François-Bérenger Saunière (11 April 1852 – 22 January 1917) was a Roman Catholic priest in the French village of Rennes-le-Château, in the Aude region; officially from 1885 until he was transferred to another village in 1909 by his bishop, a nomination he declined; he subsequently resigned.
"Bearskin" (Der Bärenhäuter) is a fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm, as tale no.
Bedazzled is a 2000 black-comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and starring Brendan Fraser and Elizabeth Hurley.
Bedlam in Paradise is the 162nd short subject released by Columbia Pictures in 1955 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard).
Beelzebub or Beelzebul (or; בַּעַל זְבוּב Baʿal Zəvûv) is a name derived from a Philistine god, formerly worshipped in Ekron, and later adopted by some Abrahamic religions as a major demon.
Beelzebufo ampinga was a particularly large species of prehistoric frog described in 2008.
Beer in Sussex is beer produced in the historic county of Sussex in England, a region divided for administrative purposes into East Sussex and West Sussex.
is a manga series written by Riku Sanjo and illustrated by Koji Inada.
Beethoven's Last Night is a rock opera by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, released in 2000.
Before the Devil Knows You're Dead is a 2007 American crime drama film directed by Sidney Lumet, his last feature film before his death in 2011.
Behemoth (בהמות, behemoth (modern: behemot)) is a beast mentioned in.
(בְּלִיַעַל) Belial (also Belhor, Baalial, Beliar, Beliall, Beliel, Beliya'al) is a term occurring in the Hebrew Bible which later became personified as the devilSee the reference to "Beliar" in The Ascension of Isaiah, at, specifically at 1:8-9, 2:4, 3:11-13, 4:2, 4:14-18, 5:1, 5:15.
Bellsybabble is a fictional language of the Devil, which he makes up as he goes along.
Belobog, Bilobog, Belbog, Bialbog, Byelobog, Bielobog, Belun or Bylun, Bielboh or Bialun (Белбог, Бялун) (all names meaning White God) is a reconstructed Slavic deity of light and Sun, the counterpart of dark and cursed Chernobog (Black God).
Bernard or Barend Fokke, sometimes known as Barend Fockesz, was a 17th-century Frisian-born captain for the Dutch East India Company.
(born Bertha Ringer, 3 May 1849 – 5 May 1944) was a German automotive pioneer.
Bessans is a commune in the Savoie department in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in south-eastern France.
The Bestial Beast (besta-fera or bestafera) is a Brazilian version of a centaur, originating in Portugal.
Beyond Hell is the tenth studio album by Gwar.
Bias based on handedness is bias or design, conscious or not, that is usually unfavorable against people who are left-handed.
Bies or bes (бес) is an evil spirit or demon in Slavic mythology.
Big Nate is an American comic strip written and illustrated by Lincoln Peirce.
William Ashley Sunday (November 19, 1862 – November 6, 1935) was an American athlete who, after being a popular outfielder in baseball's National League during the 1880s, became the most celebrated and influential American evangelist during the first two decades of the 20th century.
Black is the darkest color, the result of the absence or complete absorption of visible light.
In Serbian, Macedonian and in Bulgarian mythology, Black Arab (Црни Арапин, Crni Arapin, Църен Арапин, Черен Арап(ин), Macedonian: Црна Арапина, Crna Arapina) is a designation for Arabs and black people.
A black dog is a spectral or demonic entity found primarily in the folklore of the British Isles.
Black Donald (Scottish Gaelic: Domhnall Dubh or Domnuill-dhu) is a Highland colloquialism for the Devil in Scottish mythology.
The Black Paintings (Spanish: Pinturas negras) is the name given to a group of fourteen paintings by Francisco Goya from the later years of his life, likely between 1819 and 1823.
Black Rock Gorge is a deep and narrow cleft in Old Red Sandstone conglomerate through which the Allt Graad (also known as the 'River Glass') flows in Easter Ross, Scotland.
Black Shuck, Old Shuck, Old Shock or simply Shuck is the name given to a ghostly black dog which is said to roam the coastline and countryside of East Anglia, one of many ghostly black dogs recorded in folklore across the British Isles.
The blackberry is an edible fruit produced by many species in the genus Rubus in the family Rosaceae, hybrids among these species within the subgenus Rubus, and hybrids between the subgenera Rubus and Idaeobatus.
Blue Monday is a comic book series created, written and illustrated by Chynna Clugston Flores.
Robert John Odenkirk (born October 22, 1962) is an American actor, comedian, writer, director, and producer.
A bodach (plural bodaich "old man; rustic, churl, lout"; Old Irish botach), is a trickster or bogeyman figure in Gaelic folklore and mythology.
The Bode Gorge (Bodetal) is a long ravine that forms part of the Bode valley between Treseburg and Thale in the Harz Mountains of central Germany.
Bogeyman (usually spelled boogeyman in the U.S.; also spelled bogieman or boogie man; see American and British English spelling differences) is a common allusion to a mythical creature in many cultures used by adults to frighten children into good behaviour.
"Bohemian Rhapsody" is a song by the British rock band Queen.
"Bon-Bon" is a comedic short story by Edgar Allan Poe, first published in December 1832 in the Philadelphia Saturday Courier.
Book of Imaginary Beings was written by Jorge Luis Borges with Margarita Guerrero and published in 1957 under the original Spanish title Manual de zoología fantástica.
The Boruca (also known as the Brunca or the Brunka) are an indigenous people living in Costa Rica.
Boy (also Boye), was a white hunting poodle belonging to Prince Rupert of the Rhine in the 17th century.
Brazilian mythology is the subset of Brazilian folklore with cultural elements of diverse origin found in Brazil, comprising folk tales, traditions, characters and beliefs regarding places, peoples, and entities.
Brütal Legend is an action-adventure video game with real-time strategy game elements created by Double Fine Productions and published by Electronic Arts for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Brexit is the impending withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU).
Brexit is the commonly used term for the United Kingdom's intended withdrawal from the European Union, which resulted from a referendum on 23 June 2016.
Bride of Frankenstein (advertised as The Bride of Frankenstein) is a 1935 American science-fiction horror film, the first sequel to Universal Pictures' 1931 hit Frankenstein.
Bridget Cleary (Bríd Ní Chléirigh) was an Irish woman killed by her husband in 1895.
Brimstone is an American television series that aired only one partial season on Fox, during the 1998–99 American television season.
Brimstone and Treacle is a 1976 BBC television play by Dennis Potter.
Brixham is a small fishing town and civil parish in the district of Torbay in the county of Devon, in the south-west of England.
The Brocken, also sometimes referred to as the Blocksberg, is the highest peak of the Harz mountain range and also the highest peak of Northern Germany; it is located near Schierke in the German state of Saxony-Anhalt between the rivers Weser and Elbe.
Brogden v Metropolitan Railway Company (1876–77) L.R. 2 App.
Bruce Martyn Payne (born 1958) is an English actor, producer, and assistant director.
Bryggeriet Djævlebryg (Danish for The Devil's Brew Brewery) is a Danish microbrewery established in June 2006.
Bugs Bunny's Christmas Carol is an eight-minute animated short film produced by Warner Bros. Television and DePatie-Freleng Enterprises and released in 1979 by Warner Bros. as part of the Christmas special, Bugs Bunny's Looney Christmas Tales.
Bunnicula is a children's book series written by Deborah Howe and James Howe, featuring a vampire rabbit named Bunnicula who sucks the juice out of vegetables.
Oliver Burgess Meredith (November 16, 1907 – September 9, 1997) was an American actor, director, producer, and writer.
Burlington City High School is a six-year comprehensive public high school that serves students in seventh through twelfth grade in Burlington, in Burlington County, New Jersey, United States, as part of the City of Burlington Public School District.
Buttercup or Butterball (Smørbukk, literally "Butter-buck") is a Norwegian fairy tale collected by Asbjørnsen and Moe.
Byron Kay Foulger (27 August 1899 – 4 April 1970) was an American film character actor.
Caballistics, Inc is a horror/fantasy story, set in the present day, that has been running in the weekly British anthology comic 2000AD since December 2002.
A cacodemon (or cacodaemon) is an evil spirit or (in the modern sense of the word) a demon.
The cadejo is a supernatural character from Central American folklore.
Caesar and Pompey is a Jacobean era stage play, a classical tragedy written by George Chapman.
A Caganer is a figurine depicted in the act of defecation appearing in nativity scenes in Catalonia and neighbouring areas with Catalan culture such as Andorra, Valencia, and Northern Catalonia (in southern France).
In the biblical Book of Genesis, Cain and Abel are the first two sons of Adam and Eve.
Cain bairns or kain bairns were infants who, according to Scottish superstition, were seized by warlocks and witches, and paid as a tax or tithe to the Devil.
Caliban, son of the witch Sycorax, is an important character in William Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
California State University, Los Angeles (Cal State LA) is a public comprehensive university in the heart of Los Angeles, one of the 23 universities in the California State University (CSU) system.
The Cambuslang Work, or ‘Wark’ in the Scots language, (February to November 1742) was a period of extraordinary religious activity, in Cambuslang, Scotland.
A camel is an even-toed ungulate in the genus Camelus that bears distinctive fatty deposits known as "humps" on its back.
Camp Butler National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery located a few miles northeast of Springfield and a few miles southwest of Riverton, a small town nearby to Springfield, in Sangamon County, Illinois.
is a manga series by You Higuri, serialized in the Japanese monthly comic magazine Princess Gold Magazine and published in tankōbon format by Akita Shoten.
Capernaum (כְּפַר נַחוּם, Kfar Naḥūm; Arabic: كفر ناحوم, meaning "Nahum's village" in Hebrew) was a fishing village established during the time of the Hasmoneans, located on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee.
Capeta is a genus of spiders in the family Salticidae (jumping spiders).
Captain Black is the fictional nemesis of Captain Scarlet and the primary recurring Mysteron intermediary in the 1960s British Supermarionation science-fiction television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and its 2005 computer-animated remake, Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet.
Captain Scarlet is the fictional main character in Gerry Anderson's British Supermarionation science-fiction television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and its computer-animated remake, Gerry Anderson's New Captain Scarlet.
Carlin Stone or Carlin Stane is the name given to a number of prehistoric standing stones and natural stone or landscape features in Scotland.
The Carnaval de Ponce (English: Ponce Carnival), officially Carnaval Ponceño, is an annual celebration held in Ponce, Puerto Rico.
Carnivàle is an American television series set in the United States during the Great Depression and Dust Bowl.
Cat burning was a form of entertainment in France prior to the 1800s.
In Catalan popular culture, there are a large number of legends about witches (bruixes;, or). In the popular imagination, a witch is a woman who, by means of a pact with the Devil, has acquired supernatural power, which she uses for her own benefit and for evil purposes.
Catch My Soul is a 1974 film produced by Jack Good and Richard M. Rosenbloom, and directed by Patrick McGoohan.
The theology of the body is a broad term for Catholic teachings on the human body.
Cendres de lune is the debut album by the French singer/songwriter Mylène Farmer, released on 1 April 1986.
Ceramics of Jalisco, Mexico has a history that extends far back in the pre Hispanic period, but modern production is the result of techniques introduced by the Spanish during the colonial period and the introduction of high-fire production in the 1950s and 1960s by Jorge Wilmot and Ken Edwards.
Cesare Cremonini, sometimes Cesare Cremonino (22 December 1550 – 19 July 1631) was an Italian professor of natural philosophy, working rationalism (against revelation) and Aristotelian materialism (against the dualist immortality of the soul) inside scholasticism.
The Chamuco (a Mexican word which means "devil") or Mexican Pitbull is a dog breed not recognized by any Canofile association.
Chanctonbury Ring is a prehistoric hill fort atop Chanctonbury Hill on the South Downs, on the border of the civil parishes of Washington and Wiston in the English county of West Sussex.
A changeling is a creature found in folklore and folk religion.
In heraldry, a charge is any emblem or device occupying the field of an escutcheon (shield).
Charles Francis Richter; April 26, 1900 – September 30, 1985) was an American seismologist and physicist. Richter is most famous as the creator of the Richter magnitude scale, which, until the development of the moment magnitude scale in 1979, quantified the size of earthquakes. Inspired by Kiyoo Wadati’s 1928 paper on shallow and deep earthquakes, Richter first used the scale in 1935 after developing it in collaboration with Beno Gutenberg; both worked at the California Institute of Technology. The quote “logarithmic plots are a device of the devil” is attributed to Richter.
Commissioner Charles Henry Jeffries (1864 – 1 February 1936) was a British pioneer Salvationist and notable convert, after he left the Skeleton Army and attained the third highest rank possible as an Officer in The Salvation Army.
Charles Mnene (born 11 December) is a Kenyan-British film, television and stage actor.
Charles Edward Daniels (born October 28, 1936) is an American multi-instrumentalist, lyricist, and singer, known for his contributions to Southern rock, country and bluegrass.
Charon's obol is an allusive term for the coin placed in or on the mouth of a dead person before burial.
La Chasse-galerie also known as "The Bewitched Canoe" or "The Flying Canoe" is a popular French-Canadian tale of Coureurs des bois who make a deal with the devil, a variant of the Wild Hunt.
Chesterfield is a market town and borough in Derbyshire, England.
Chhota Bheem & Krishna: Pataliputra- City of the Dead is an Indian animated children's movie.
The chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) is a type of domesticated fowl, a subspecies of the red junglefowl.
Chicxulub (Ch’ik Xulub) is a town, and surrounding municipality of the same name, in the Mexican state of Yucatán.
Childhood schizophrenia (also known as childhood-onset schizophrenia, and very early-onset schizophrenia) is a schizophrenia spectrum disorder that is characterized by hallucinations, disorganized speech, delusions, catatonic behavior and "negative symptoms", such as inappropriate or blunted affect and avolition with onset before 13 years of age.
The Children's Crusade was a disastrous popular crusade by European Christians to regain the Holy Land from the Muslims, said to have taken place in 1212.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is an American comic book series published by Archie Horror, an imprint of Archie Comics, beginning in 2014.
Choronzon is a demon or devil that originated in writing with the 16th-century occultists Edward Kelley and John Dee within the latter's occult system of Enochian magic.
Chowder is an American animated television series created by C. H. Greenblatt for Cartoon Network.
The Christadelphians are a millenarian Christian group who hold a view of Biblical Unitarianism.
Christian demonology is the study of demons from a Christian point of view.
Christian Heinrich Spiess (4 April 1755 – 17 August 1799) was a German writer of romances.
Christian metal, also known as white metal, Jesus metal or heavenly metal, is a form of heavy metal music usually defined by its message using song lyrics as well as the dedication of the band members to Christianity.
Christian naturism is the practise of naturism or nudism by Christians.
In Christian theology, Hell is the place or state into which by God's definitive judgment unrepentant sinners pass either immediately after death (particular judgment) or in the general judgment.
Christianity and antisemitism deals with the hostility of Christian Churches, Christian groups, and by Christians in general to Judaism and the Jewish people.
Christianity and Neopaganism overlap when the beliefs or practices of one religious path influence, or are adopted by, the other.
Johann Christoph Haizmann (1651/52 – 14 March 1700) was a Bavarian-born Austrian painter who is known for his autobiographically depicted demonical neurosis.
According to the Christus Victor theory of the atonement, Christ's death defeated the powers of evil, which had held humankind in their dominion.
Chrono Crusade, originally known in Japan as, due to a typo, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Daisuke Moriyama.
Chthon is a fictional character, a demonic Elder God appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
The church grim is a guardian spirit in English and Scandinavian folklore that oversees the welfare of a particular Christian church and protects the churchyard from those who would profane and commit sacrilege against it.
The Church of Saint Pancras is a Church of England church in Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Devon, England.
Main article ''Churchyards'' Churchyards in northwestern France are often much older than the church itself.
The Ciampate del Diavolo (Neapolitan: "Devil's Footprints" or "Devil's Trails") is a locality near the extinct Roccamonfina volcano in northern Campania, Italy.
Cindy Guyer is an American model, actress and restaurateur from Stamford, Connecticut.
Circumlocution (also called circumduction, circumvolution, periphrasis, kenning or ambage), is locution that circles around a specific idea with multiple words rather than directly evoking it with fewer and apter words.
Clarence High School, also known as Clarence Central High School or, formerly, Clarence Senior High School, is a public high school located in Clarence, Erie County, New York, United States.
Monseigneur Claude Frollo is a fictional character and the main antagonist from Victor Hugo's 1831 novel The Hunchback of Notre-Dame.
Blessed Claudio Granzotto (23 August 1900 – 15 August 1947) - born Riccardo Granzotto - was an Italian professed religious from the Order of Friars Minor and a noted sculptor.
Closed Casket is the fourth studio album by Esham, released on November 22, 1994 and distributed by Reel Life Productions/Warlock Records.
A cloven hoof, cleft hoof, divided hoof or split hoof is a hoof split into two toes.
Cluj-Napoca (Klausenburg; Kolozsvár,; Medieval Latin: Castrum Clus, Claudiopolis; and קלויזנבורג, Kloiznburg), commonly known as Cluj, is the fourth most populous city in Romania, and the seat of Cluj County in the northwestern part of the country.
The Committee for the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice is a group in the Gaza Strip responsible for enforcing traditional Muslim codes of behavior (Sharia law).
Since the arrival of Christian missionaries in the East in the 13th century, followed by the arrival of Buddhism in Western Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries, similarities were perceived between the practices of Buddhism and Christianity.
Concealed shoes hidden in the fabric of a building have been discovered in many European countries, as well as in other parts of the world, since at least the early modern period.
The Society of True Christians (c. 1530-1545), whose original name was Confraternita dei Buoni Cristiani, was a philosophy study group in Malta which sought freedom of thought and action.
"Conundrum" is the two-hour series finale of the American television series Dallas.
Copper Inuit (or Kitlinermiut) are a Canadian Inuit group who live north of the tree line, in what is now Nunavut's Kitikmeot Region and the Northwest Territories's Inuvik Region. Most historically lived in the area around Coronation Gulf, on Victoria Island, and southern Banks Island. Their western boundary was Wise Point, near Dolphin and Union Strait. Their northwest territory was the southeast coast of Banks Island. Their southern boundary was the eastern shore of Great Bear Lake, Contwoyto Lake and Lake Beechey on the Back River. To the east, the Copper Inuit and the Netsilingmiut were separated by Perry River in Queen Maud Gulf. While Copper Inuit traveled throughout Victoria Island, to the west, they concentrated south of Walker Bay, while to the east, they were concentrated south of Denmark Bay. As the people have no collective name for themselves, they have adopted the English term, "Copper Inuit". It represents those westernmost Central Inuit who used and relied on native copper gathered along the lower Coppermine River and the Coronation Gulf. According to Rasmussen (1932), other Inuit referred to Copper Inuit as Kitlinermiut, as Kitlineq was an Inuit language name for Victoria Island.
Corazón salvaje (Wild heart or Savage heart) is a Mexican telenovela produced by José Rendón for Televisa in 1993.
Corazón salvaje (Wild Heart) was a novel written by prolific Mexican writer Caridad Bravo Adams and published in 1957 after it had been adapted to the screen the previous year.
Cornish mythology is the folk tradition and mythology of the Cornish people.
Corpse roads provided a practical means for transporting corpses, often from remote communities, to cemeteries that had burial rights, such as parish churches and chapels of ease.
Correfocs; literally in English "fire-runs") are among the most striking features present in Catalan festivals. In the correfoc, a group of individuals will dress as devils and light fireworks - fixed on devil's pitchforks or strung above the route. Dancing to the sound of a rhythmic drum group, they set off their fireworks among crowds of spectators. The spectators that participate dress to protect themselves against small burns and attempt to get as close as possible to the devils, running with the fire. Other spectators will watch from "safe" distances, rapidly retreating as necessary. The correfoc can come in many forms. Some are simple parades using fireworks and effigies of the devil. In Sitges, it is common for a crowd to line a street, while participants run through a tunnel of fireworks. Correfocs are run during the Festival of ''La Mercè'' in Barcelona and Festival of ''Santa Tecla'' in Tarragona and the Festival of ''Saint Narcissus'' in Girona. Another typical Catalan folkloric expression of this sort takes place in L'Arboç. The highlight of the village's feast is the Carretillada. In the evening of the feast day, the town square is made to look like Hell. For nearly half an hour, "devils" burn their carretilles (carts), jumping around ceaselessly, while a large "sceptre of Lucifer" and the "pitchfork of the Diablessa (she-devil)" shoot fire-jets and other pyrotechnics. Every year, the carretillada is a bit different, because the 'colla' (group) does not give up novelties that are added each year to add to the spectacle.
Count Dracula is the title character of Bram Stoker's 1897 gothic horror novel Dracula.
Count Iblis is an alien on the TV series Battlestar Galactica.
Countess Mara, founded in 1935 by Lucilla Mara de Vescovi, was an Italian menswear fashion label specialising in high-end pictorial neckties.
Countess Palatine Ingrid von Marburg is a fictional character on the American supernatural, horror television series ''Salem'', which aired on WGN America from 2014 to 2017.
Coven is an American rock band with occult lyrics formed in the late 1960s.
Cow and Chicken is an American animated comedy television series created by David Feiss for Cartoon Network, and the 3rd of the network's Cartoon Cartoons.
Crack the Skye is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Mastodon, released on March 24, 2009 through Reprise Records.
Creatures of the Night is a graphic novel by Neil Gaiman which reprints two short stories from his collection Smoke and Mirrors with elaborate illustrations by artist Michael Zulli.
Credulity, Superstition and Fanaticism is a satirical print by the English artist William Hogarth.
Crime in Romania is combated by the Romanian Police, Gendarmerie and other agencies.
Crom is a fictional deity in Robert E. Howard's fantasy tales of the Hyborian Age.
A crop circle or crop formation is a pattern created by flattening a crop, usually a cereal.
Crossroads is a 1986 American coming-of-age musical drama film inspired by the legend of blues musician Robert Johnson.
In folk magic and mythology, crossroads may represent a location "between the worlds" and, as such, a site where supernatural spirits can be contacted and paranormal events can take place.
Crostwight is a small village and former civil parish in the north-east of the county of Norfolk, England.
Crusader is the name of different fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Cult of Luna is a Swedish heavy metal band from Umeå founded in 1998.
Since his death in 1865, Abraham Lincoln has been an iconic American figure depicted—usually favorably or heroically—in many forms.
Lions have been an important symbol to humans for tens of thousands of years and appear as a theme in cultures across Europe, Asia, and Africa.
The Culture of Quebec emerged over the last few hundred years, resulting predominantly from the shared history of the French-speaking North Americans majority in Quebec.
Cunning folk, also known as folk healers or (more rarely) as white witches, are practitioners of folk medicine, folk magic, and divination within the context of the various traditions of folklore in Christian Europe (from at least the 15th up until at least the early 20th century).
The cunning folk in Britain were professional or semi-professional practitioners of magic in Britain, active from the Medieval period through the early twentieth century.
Cuphead is a run and gun indie video game developed and published by StudioMDHR.
Cymbeline's Castle, also known as Cymbeline's Mound and Belinus's Castle, is the remains of a motte-and-bailey castle in woods north of Great Kimble in Buckinghamshire, England.
Cyprianus is a name given in Scandinavian traditions of folk magic to the "black book" ("Svarteboken"): a grimoire or manuscript collection of spells; and by extension to the magical tradition that these spells form a part of.
Cythraul is an old Welsh word, still in everyday use, meaning 'devil' or, with a capital letter, the Devil, probably deriving from Latin 'Contrarius', 'the Opposer, Enemy'.
The Dabru Emet (Heb. דברו אמת "Speak Truth") is a document concerning the relationship between Christianity and Judaism.
Daemonologie—in full Daemonologie, In Forme of a Dialogue, Divided into three Books: By the High and Mighty Prince, James &c.—was written and published in 1597 by King James VI of Scotland (later also James I of England) as a philosophical dissertation on contemporary necromancy and the historical relationships between the various methods of divination used from ancient black magic.
Damian Wayne is a fictional superhero and at times antihero appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics, commonly in association with Batman.
Damien Thorn is a fictional character and the primary antagonist of ''The Omen'' series.
Damnation (from Latin damnatio) is the concept of divine punishment and torment in an afterlife for actions that were committed on Earth.
Danskammer Generating Station is located on the shore of the Hudson River in the Town of Newburgh, New York, United States, upstream of the larger oil-fired Roseton Generating Station.
Dantalian's Chariot was a British psychedelic rock band formed in 1967, led by keyboardist and bandleader Zoot Money, and also featuring Andy Summers (later of The Police).
Dante's Inferno was a dark ride created by Anton Schwarzkopf that was located at Astroland on Coney Island; a similar ride called Dante's Dungeon is at Morey's Piers at Wildwood, New Jersey.
Dante's Inferno: An Animated Epic is a direct to DVD animated dark fantasy action film released on February 9, 2010.
Danzig 4, also titled Danzig 4P, is the fourth studio album by Danzig.
Dark Fall II: Lights Out is a 2004 first-person psychological horror/adventure game developed by XXv Productions and published by The Adventure Company for Microsoft Windows.
"Dark Fantasy" is a song by American hip hop recording artist and producer Kanye West from his fifth studio album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (2010).
A Dark Lord is a stock character in fantasy fiction who is a powerful villain.
Dark Relic is a 2010 Fantasy, Horror television film directed by Lorenzo Sena and starring James Frain.
Dark Romanticism is a literary subgenre of Romanticism, reflecting popular fascination with the irrational, the demonic and the grotesque.
Darth Maul is a fictional character in the ''Star Wars'' franchise.
Dartmoor is a moor in southern Devon, England.
Dartmoor kistvaens are burial tombs or cists from the late Neolithic and early Bronze Age, i.e. from c 2500 BC to c 1500 BC.
Das Königsprojekt (English: The Royal Project) is a German-language science fiction novel by Carl Amery, published in 1974.
David Paden Marchand (born November 20, 1975), known professionally as Davey Havok, is the lead vocalist of the American rock band AFI, the electronic music band Blaqk Audio, hardcore band XTRMST, and new wave band Dreamcar.
David Alan Barclay is a British puppeteer who had worked on some projects of The Jim Henson Company.
David Albertus Trelawney Knijnenburg (born 3 April 1967) is an Australian stage, television and film actor, best known for playing Alfred Hitchcock in his stage production Hitchcock & Herrmann and in assorted roles in Twelfth Night Theatre's numerous stage adaptations of classic BBC television series such as Dad's Army and 'Allo 'Allo!.
David Suhor is a professional American jazz musician and teacher living in Pensacola Florida; he is the founder of a local business called ShamaLamaGram that delivers singing telegrams.
David Teniers the Younger or David Teniers II (15 December 1610 – 25 April 1690) was a Flemish painter, printmaker, draughtsman, miniaturist painter, staffage painter, copyist and art curator.
Davy Jones' Locker is an idiom for the bottom of the sea: the state of death among drowned sailors and shipwrecks.
Dead in Tombstone is a 2013 American direct-to-video action-horror western film produced by Universal 1440 Entertainment.
Sylvester Deadalus (Sly) is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Deadly Games is an American action science fiction television series that appeared on UPN as part of its 1995 season.
A deal with the devil (also known as compact or pact with the devil) is a cultural motif, best exemplified by the legend of Faust and the figure of Mephistopheles, but elemental to many Christian traditions.
"Dealer's Choice" is the third segment of the eighth episode of the first season (1985–86) of the television series The Twilight Zone.
Deconstructing Harry is a 1997 comedy film written and directed by Woody Allen.
Demetrius of Tiflis or Demetrio da Tifliz was a 14th-century Christian layman and martyr from Georgia or Armenia.
In the Platonic, Neopythagorean, Middle Platonic, and Neoplatonic schools of philosophy, the demiurge is an artisan-like figure responsible for fashioning and maintaining the physical universe.
Demonic possession is believed by some, to be the process by which individuals are possessed by malevolent preternatural beings, commonly referred to as demons or devils.
Demonoid (also known as Demonoid: Messenger of Death, and Macabra: La mano del diablo), is a 1981 Mexican supernatural horror film written, produced, and directed by Mexican director Alfredo Zacarías and based on a story by Zacarías.
Der langwierige Weg in die Wohnung der Natascha Ungeheuer (The Tedious Way to Natascha Ungeheuer's Apartment) is a composition by the German composer Hans Werner Henze.
Dessert crops are defined as types of crops or plants that are not, (or historically were not) used in everyday consumption.
Deutsche Sagen ("German Legends") is a publication by the Brothers Grimm, appearing in two volumes in 1816 and 1818.
Devil (also known as The Night Chronicles: Devil) is a 2010 American supernatural horror film directed by John Erick Dowdle.
The Devil is a figure in some religions, particularly Abrahamic ones.
In the Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game, devils (also known as baatezu) are a powerful group of monsters used as a high-level challenge for players of the game.
In mainstream Christianity, the Devil (or Satan) is a fallen angel who rebelled against God.
The devil appears frequently as a character in works of literature and popular culture.
"Devil is a Loser" is the second single by the Finnish heavy metal band Lordi.
is a maze video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
The Devil's Bit (Bearnán Éile) is a mountain in County Tipperary, Ireland which is 478m (1570 feet) above sea level at its highest elevation.
Devil's Bride (악마의 신부) is a Korean manhwa created by Se-Young Kim.
Devil's Bridge is a term applied to dozens of ancient bridges, found primarily in Europe.
Devil's Bridge (Pontarfynach, lit. "The bridge on the Mynach") is a village in Ceredigion, Wales.
For other landscape features of the same name see Devil's Chimney (disambiguation). The Devil's Chimney is a limestone rock formation that stands above a disused quarry in Leckhampton, near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England.
The Devil's coach-horse beetle (Ocypus olens) is a species of beetle belonging to the large family of the rove beetles (Staphylinidae).
Devil's curry (Kari Ayam Debal, also known as curry debal in Kristang or curry devil) is a very spicy curry flavoured with candlenuts, galangal and vinegar from the Eurasian Kristang (''Cristão'') culinary tradition in Malacca, Malaysia.
The Lucius Pond Ordway Devil's Den Preserve in Weston and Redding, Connecticut, encompassing, is the largest preserve in Fairfield County, Connecticut and one of the larger preserves in the metropolitan New York area.
Devil's Diary is a Canadian horror television film directed by Farhad Mann and written by John Benjamin Martin.
"Devil's Due" is the 13th episode of the fourth season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, originally aired on February 4, 1991, in broadcast syndication in the United States.
Devil's Dyke is a 100m deep V-shaped valley on the South Downs Way in southern England, near Brighton and Hove.
The devil's grandmother is a common figure in Russian folklore, mainly used in curses and as a reason that something has gone wrong, e.g. when a machine breaks down.
Devil's Hole was a large water-filled sinkhole, close to the southeastern corner of Harrington Sound, Bermuda.
Devil's Hopyard State Park is a public recreation area located at the Eightmile River's Chapman Falls in the town of East Haddam, Connecticut.
The Devil's Jumps are a series of three small hills near the village of Churt in the county of Surrey in southern England.
The Devil's Jumps are a group of five large bell barrows situated on the South Downs south-east of Treyford in the county of West Sussex in southern England.
Devil's Millhopper Geological State Park is a Florida State Park located in the north-westernmost part of Gainesville, Florida, off County Road 232, northwest of the University of Florida.
The Devil's Path is a mountain range and hiking trail in the Greene County portion of New York's Catskill Mountains.
Devil's Peak (Afrikaans: Duiwelspiek) is part of the mountainous backdrop to Cape Town, South Africa.
"Devil's Pie" is a song by American R&B and neo soul musician D'Angelo, released October 31, 1998 on Virgin Records.
The Devil's Punch Bowl is a large natural amphitheatre and beauty spot near Hindhead, Surrey, in England, and is the source of many stories about the area.
The Devil's Tramping Ground is a camping spot located in a forest near the Harper's Crossroads area in Bear Creek, North Carolina.
Devil's Woodyard is one of the most visited locations of Trinidad's many mud volcanoes.
Devils is an anthology of themed fantasy and science fiction short stories on the subject of devils or demons edited by Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh as the eighth volume in their Isaac Asimov's Magical Worlds of Fantasy series.
Devils Lake is a city in Ramsey County, North Dakota, United States.
Devla (also called, Del) is the name of God in the Roma religion.
O'Devlin (Ó Doibhilin) is the surname of a Gaelic Irish family of the Uí Néill who were chiefs in the far northeastern of the present-day County of Tyrone, bordering on Lough Neagh and the Ballinderry River.
Devlin Waugh (a play on Evelyn Waugh) is a fictional character who has appeared regularly in British comic anthologies 2000 AD and Judge Dredd Megazine.
Devour is a 2005 horror film directed by David Winkler.
The di inferi or dii inferi (Latin, "the gods below") were a shadowy collective of ancient Roman deities associated with death and the underworld.
The Diablada or Danza de los Diablos (Dance of the Demons), is an original and typical dance from the region of Oruro in Bolivia.
Diablo is a Spanish word meaning "Devil".
Diablo Range is an unincorporated, census county division (CCD) located in the Diablo Mountains Range, on the eastern side of Santa Clara County, California.
Diablo is a census-designated place (CDP) in Contra Costa County, California, United States.
Diabo is a town in central Ivory Coast.
Diabolical may refer to.
Diabolical rebaptism refers to the rebaptism of an individual in the name of the devil.
The diabolo (commonly misspelled diablo) is a juggling or circus prop consisting of an axle and two cups (hourglass/egg timer shaped) or discs derived from the Chinese yo-yo.
A diabolo or diablo is a prop used in juggling.
is a manga by Kaoru Ohashi and Kei Kusunoki.
Diabolos (διάβολος) is a Greek word, often translated as Devil.
Diabolos is the sixth full-length studio album released by Japanese solo artist Gackt on September 21, 2005 in Japan, and on October 26, 2007, in eighteen countries across Europe.
The dialogical self is a psychological concept which describes the mind's ability to imagine the different positions of participants in an internal dialogue, in close connection with external dialogue.
Diavolo, the Italian word for devil, may refer to.
Dieter: Der Film (English: Dieter: The Film) is a 2006 satirical animated film based on Nichts als die Wahrheit (English: Nothing But the Truth), the autobiography of German music producer Dieter Bohlen published in 2002.
The dingo (Canis familiaris or Canis familiaris dingo or Canis lupus dingo or Canis dingo) is a type of feral dog native to Australia.
Dinosaurs is an American family sitcom comedy television series that was originally broadcast on ABC from April 26, 1991 to October 19, 1994.
Diocletian (Gaius Aurelius Valerius Diocletianus Augustus), born Diocles (22 December 244–3 December 311), was a Roman emperor from 284 to 305.
In Catalan myth, Dip is an evil, black, hairy dog, an emissary of the Devil, who sucks people's blood.
Dirmstein is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Bad Dürkheim district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Discernment of Spirits is a term used in Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Charismatic (Evangelist) Christian theology to indicate judging various spiritual agents for their moral influence.
In religion, divinity or godhead is the state of things that are believed to come from a supernatural power or deity, such as a god, supreme being, creator deity, or spirits, and are therefore regarded as sacred and holy.
Djall (Devil, from the Latin diabolus) or Dreqi (dragon, from the Latin draco) is a demon of death and evil in the Albanian mythology.
Doctor Faustus is a 1967 film adaptation of the 1588 Christopher Marlowe play The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus directed by Richard Burton and Nevill Coghill.
Septimus Pretorius is a fictional character who appears in the Universal film Bride of Frankenstein (1935).
Dogs have occupied a powerful place in Mesoamerican folklore and myth since at least the Classic Period right through to modern times.
Saint Dominic de la Calzada (or Dominic of the Causeway) (Santo Domingo de la Calzada) (1019 – 12 May 1109) was a saint from a cottage in Burgos very close to La Rioja.
Don Juan (Spanish), also Don Giovanni (Italian), is a legendary, fictional libertine.
Donald's Better Self is a Disney cartoon featuring Donald Duck.
Doolittle is the second studio album by American alternative rock band Pixies, released in April 1989 on 4AD.
Dorothee Elisabeth Tretschlaff (1686 – Gerswalde, 14 February 1701), was a German alleged witch.
The Dorset Ooser is a wooden head that featured in the 19th-century folk culture of Melbury Osmond, a village in the southwestern English county of Dorset.
The word drac, from the Latin draco, means "dragon" or "devil" in several languages, such as Catalan and Romanian.
A dragonfly is an insect belonging to the order Odonata, infraorder Anisoptera (from Greek ἄνισος anisos, "uneven" and πτερόν pteron, "wing", because the hindwing is broader than the forewing).
Dragonslayer is a 1981 American fantasy film directed by Matthew Robbins, from a screenplay he co-wrote with Hal Barwood.
Drama is the specific mode of fiction represented in performance: a play performed in a theatre, or on radio or television.
A dream is a succession of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that usually occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.
Drifters is a British sitcom.
Dude (The Highway Life) is a rock musical with a book and lyrics by Gerome Ragni and music by Galt MacDermot.
The Duel Masters Trading Card Game is an out-of-print two-player or two vs.
Dukljan or Dukljanin is a figure in Serbian mythology that is a reflection of the Roman emperor Diocletian.
In the Gaulish language, Dusios was a divine being among the continental Celts who was identified with the god Pan of ancient Greek religion and with the gods Faunus, Inuus, Silvanus, and Incubus of ancient Roman religion.
Dusty Diamond's All-Star Softball (released in Japan as Softball Tengoku) is a one- or two-player NES video game where players can select various fictional softball players and customize their own team to take to the championship.
Duvel Moortgat Brewery (Brouwerij Duvel Moortgat) is a Flemish family-controlled brewery founded in 1871.
Dvergsøya is an island in Kristiansand municipality in Vest-Agder county, Norway.
Many social changes took place under Islam between 610 and 661, including the period of Muhammad's mission and the rule of his four immediate successors who established the Rashidun Caliphate.
Edward Theodore Gein (August 27, 1906Vital Records, Pre-1907 Wisconsin. "". – July 26, 1984), also known as The Butcher of Plainfield, was an American murderer and body snatcher.
Saint Edith of Wilton (c. 963 - c.986) (also known as Eadgyth, her name in Old English, or as Editha or Ediva, the Latinised forms of her name) was an English nun, a daughter of King Edgar of England (943–975) the Peaceful.
Edvige Carboni (2 May 1880 – 17 February 1952) was an Italian Roman Catholic from Sardinia who relocated to Rome and became well-known among the faithful and religious alike for her ecstasies and angelic visions.
Edward "Ned" Alleyn (1 September 1566 – 25 November 1626) was an English actor who was a major figure of the Elizabethan theatre and founder of Dulwich College and Alleyn's School.
The Eifel Aqueduct was one of the longest aqueducts of the Roman Empire.
Eko Eko Azarak is the opening phrase from a Wiccan chant.
El Diablo is a name shared by several fictional characters published by DC Comics: Lazarus Lane, Rafael Sandoval and Chato Santana.
"El Paso Diablos" refers to two different professional baseball teams based in El Paso, Texas, in the United States.
El poder brutal, also known as La cara del diablo ("The Face of the Devil"), is a colossal sculpture located in Ecuador.
Elaine Belloc is a fictional character in the DC/Vertigo Comics series Lucifer created by Mike Carey.
Elbis (also Ilvis, Ilbis or Yilbis) is a deity of war and love in Turk, Tuva and Altai mythology.
An elf (plural: elves) is a type of human-shaped supernatural being in Germanic mythology and folklore.
Elias Hicks (March 19, 1748 – February 27, 1830) was a traveling Quaker minister from Long Island, New York.
Elin i Horsnäs (died after 28 September 1611) was an alleged Swedish witch, the most famous witch in Sweden before the great witch-mania of 1668–1676, and one of few witches in Sweden to be executed before 1668.
Elisabeth Plainacher, or Elsa Plainacher (1513 – 27 September 1583), was an alleged Austrian witch.
Elizabeth Jane Hurley (born 10 June 1965), more generally known as Liz Hurley, is an English actress and model.
Elizabeth Lake is a natural lake that lies directly on the San Andreas Fault in the northern Sierra Pelona Mountains, in northwestern Los Angeles County, southern California.
Elizabeth Pain (c. 1652 – 26 November 1704), sometimes spelled Elizabeth Paine or Elisabeth Payne, was a settler in colonial Boston who was brought to trial after the death of her child.
Elspeth Reoch (died Kirkwall 1616) was an alleged Scottish witch.
Elyse Marie Pahler (April 24, 1980 – July 22, 1995) was a murder victim, whose parents attempted to sue the American thrash metal band Slayer, claiming that their music contributed to their daughter's death.
"Ends of the Earth" is the name of a four-issue comic book story arc written by Gail Simone with art by Aaron Lopresti.
An enemy or a foe is an individual or a group that is verified as forcefully adverse or threatening.
"Enjoy the Silence" is a song by the English electronic band Depeche Mode, taken from their seventh studio album, Violator (1990).
Enochian magic is a system of ceremonial magic based on the evocation and commanding of various spirits.
Saint Ephigenia of Ethiopia or Iphigenia of Ethiopia (Efigênia; Ifigênia; Iphigénie; Ἰφιγένεια), also called Iphigenia of Abyssinia (1st century), is a folk saint whose life is told in the Golden LegendJacobus de Voragine, Archbishop of Genoa, 1275 (Comp.). "." In: The GOLDEN LEGEND or LIVES of the SAINTS: VOLUME FIVE. First Edition Publ.
The Epistle of Jude, often shortened to Jude, is the penultimate book of the New Testament and is traditionally attributed to Jude, the servant of Jesus and the brother of James the Just.
Equinox is a 1973 novel by American writer Samuel R. Delany.
Eric Burroughs (November 6, 1911 – November 12, 1992) was an American stage and radio actor whose career spanned the 1930s to the early 1960s.
Ervadi or Erwadi is a village in Ramanathapuram district, Tamil Nadu in southern India belonging to Kadaladi Taluk and Keelakarai Town panchayat.
"Escape Clause" is episode six of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone.
Esham Attica Smith (born September 20, 1973), best known by his stage name Esham, is an American rapper from Detroit, Michigan known for his hallucinogenic style of hip hop which he refers to as "acid rap".
Like natural languages, the constructed language Esperanto contains profane words and indecent vocabulary.
Estonian mythology is a complex of myths belonging to the Estonian folk heritage and literary mythology.
Ethical dualism (from ancient Greek ἔθος (o ἦθος), ethos,"character", "custom", and Latin duo, "two") refers to the practice of imputing evil entirely and exclusively to a specific group of people, while disregarding or denying one's own capacity to commit evil.
Evil, in a colloquial sense, is the opposite of good, the word being an efficient substitute for the more precise but religion-associated word "wickedness." As defined in philosophy it is the name for the psychology and instinct of individuals which selfishly but often necessarily defends the personal boundary against deadly attacks and serious threats.
The evil eye is a curse or legend believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when they are unaware.
Evocation is the act of calling upon or summoning a spirit, demon, god or other supernatural agent, in the Western mystery tradition.
Ewing High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school that serves students in ninth through twelfth grades from Ewing Township, in Mercer County, New Jersey, United States, operating as the lone secondary school of the Ewing Public Schools.
Exile is the thirteenth solo studio album by English musician Gary Numan, released in October 1997 by Eagle Records.
Exorcism in Islam is called ruqya, and is thought to repair damage believed caused by sihr, witchcraft or evil eye.
In the late 1940s, in the United States, priests of the Roman Catholic Church performed a series of exorcisms on an anonymous boy, documented under the pseudonym "Roland Doe" or "Robbie Mannheim".
Exorcismus (La posesión de Emma Evans) is a 2010 Spanish-British horror film directed by Manuel Carballo and written by David Muñoz, it stars Sophie Vavasseur and Stephen Billington.
In some religions, an exorcist is a person who is believed to be able to cast out the devil or other demons.
Expeditus (died 303) is said to have been a Roman centurion in Armenia who was martyred around April 303 in what is now Turkey, for converting to Christianity.
Ezzelino III da Romano (April 25, 1194, Tombolo – October 7, 1259) was an Italian feudal lord, a member of the Ezzelino family, in the March of Treviso (in the modern Veneto).
Fair Extension is a novella by Stephen King, published in his collection Full Dark, No Stars (2010).
A fairy ring, also known as fairy circle, elf circle, elf ring or pixie ring, is a naturally occurring ring or arc of mushrooms.
Fallen angels are angels who were expelled from Heaven.
In European folklore and folk-belief of the Medieval and Early Modern periods, familiar spirits (sometimes referred to simply as "familiars" or "animal guides") were believed to be supernatural entities that would assist witches and cunning folk in their practice of magic.
Fantasy Island is an American television series that originally aired on the ABC network from 1977 to 1984.
Faust is a series of approximately 100 paintings created between 1976 and 1979 by Nabil Kanso.
Faust 2.0 is a Swedish horror anthology film produced by NjutaFilms.
Faust: A Tragedy (Faust., or retrospectively) is the first part of Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and is considered by many as the greatest work of German literature.
The FCK Rolling Devils are a wheelchair basketball club located in Kaiserslautern with German soccer club 1. FC Kaiserslautern acting as name sponsor.
The comic "Fear Itself" is a 2011 crossover comic book storyline published by Marvel Comics, consisting of a seven-issue, eponymous miniseries written by Matt Fraction and illustrated by Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger, and Laura Martin, a prologue book by writer Ed Brubaker and artist Scot Eaton, and numerous tie-in books, including most of the X-Men family of books.
The Feast of the Ascension of Jesus Christ, also known as Holy Thursday, Ascension Day, or Ascension Thursday, commemorates the Christian belief of the bodily Ascension of Jesus into heaven.
"Feathertop" is a short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, first published in 1852.
The problem in number theory known as "Fermat's Last Theorem" has repeatedly received attention in fiction and popular culture.
Finisterra is a 2000 album by the Spanish folk metal band Mägo de Oz.
The Finisterre universe is a fictional universe created by American science fiction and fantasy author C. J. Cherryh.
Finnegans Wake is a work of fiction by Irish writer James Joyce.
Finnish mythology is a commonly applied description of the folklore of Finnish paganism, of which a modern revival is practiced by a small percentage of the Finnish people.
Flagellants are practitioners of an extreme form of mortification of their own flesh by whipping it with various instruments.
In the Bible, the word "flesh" is often used simply as a description of the fleshy parts of an animal, including that of human beings, and typically in reference to dietary laws and sacrifice.
Alachua County, Florida is home to six state parks.
Flying ointment, also known as witches' flying ointment, green ointment, magic salve and lycanthropic ointment, is a hallucinogenic ointment said to have been used by witches in the practice of European witchcraft from at least as early as the Early Modern period, when detailed recipes for such preparations were first recorded.
A feature of Romanian culture is the special relationship between folklore and the learned culture, determined by two factors.
The Fontaine de Vaucluse is a karst spring in the commune of Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, Vaucluse department.
The foreign policy of the Hugo Chávez administration concerns the policy initiatives made by Venezuela under its former President, Hugo Chávez, towards other states.
Forensic dentistry or forensic odontology is the application of dental knowledge to those criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system.
Fort Thomas is a home rule-class city in Campbell County, Kentucky, United States, on the southern bank of the Ohio River and the site of an 1890 US Army post.
Forward March Hare is an animated Looney Tunes cartoon released in 1953 featuring Bugs Bunny.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse have appeared many times in popular culture.
The Fox Valley Association is an athletic conference comprising ten high schools located within the Fox Valley region of northeastern Wisconsin.
The fox appears in the folklore of many cultures as a figure of cunning or trickery, or as a familiar animal possessed of magic powers.
Francis Barrett (born probably in London around 1770–1780) was an English occultist.
Frank is a cartoon character created by American cartoonist Jim Woodring.
Frank G. Rubio (Madrid, 1956) is the pseudonym of Francisco de Asís González Rubio, a Spanish writer and investigator.
Frank Raleigh Lautenberg (January 23, 1924 June 3, 2013) was an American politician who served as a United States Senator from New Jersey as a member of the Democratic Party.
Frank the Poet (ca. 1810–1861) (real name Francis MacNamara) was a convict, transported to New South Wales from Cashel, County Tipperary, Ireland, who composed improvised verse expressing the convict's point of view.
Frank Zappa Meets the Mothers of Prevention is a 1985 album by Frank Zappa.
Frankenstein's monster, often erroneously referred to as "Frankenstein", is a fictional character who first appeared in Mary Shelley's 1818 novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.
Frazz is a syndicated comic strip by Jef Mallett that, on the surface, is about school custodian Edwin "Frazz" Frazier and the school where he works, but which, according to Mallett, is really about discovery.
Fred Waldron Phelps Sr. (November 13, 1929 – March 19, 2014) was an American Baptist minister and civil rights attorney who became notorious for his extreme views on homosexuality and protests near the funerals of gay people, military veterans, and disaster victims, whose deaths, he believed, were the result of God punishing the U.S. for having "bankrupt values" and tolerating gay people.
Friar Rush (Broder Rusche, Bruder Rausch, Broder Ruus) is the title of a medieval Low German legend, surviving in a 1488 edition in verse form.
Friday the 13th: The Series is an American-Canadian horror television series that ran for three seasons, from October 3, 1987 to May 26, 1990 in first-run syndication.
Friedrich Spee (also Friedrich Spee von Langenfeld; February 25, 1591 – August 7, 1635) was a German Jesuit priest, professor, and poet, most noted as an opponent of trials for witchcraft.
"From Here to Eternity" is a song by English heavy metal band Iron Maiden, released as the second single from their album Fear of the Dark, released in 1992.
"Fuck Her Gently" is a 2001 Tenacious D song.
The Fuente del Ángel Caído (Fountain of the Fallen Angel or Monument of the Fallen Angel) is a fountain located in the Buen Retiro Park in Madrid, Spain.
Funko is an American company that manufactures licensed pop culture collectibles.
In Sumerian and Akkadian (Babylonian and Assyrian) mythology, the Gallus (also called gallu demons or gallas) were great demons/devils of the underworld.
Game design is the art of applying design and aesthetics to create a game for entertainment or for educational, exercise, or experimental purposes.
Garret Moore, 1st Viscount Moore PC (I) (1564 – 9 November 1627) was an Anglo-Irish politician and peer.
Gary Leonard OldmanBirths, Marriages & Deaths Index of England & Wales, 1916–2005. (born 21 March 1958) is an English actor and filmmaker who has performed in theatre, film and television.
Geert Wilders (born 6 September 1963) is a Dutch politician who is the founder and the current leader of the Party for Freedom (Partij voor de Vrijheid – PVV).
Geethanjali is a 2014 Indian Telugu comedy horror film written and Presented by Kona Venkat and directed by debutant Raj Kiran featuring Srinivasa Reddy and Anjali in the lead roles.
Gehenna is a Norwegian black metal band.
Joshua Milton Blahyi (born September 30, 1971), better known by his nom de guerre General Butt Naked, is a former commander of forces under the wider control of Liberian warlord Roosevelt Johnson.
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, calling itself Islamic State) is recognized by the United Nations as the perpetrator of a genocide of Yazidis in Iraq.
Geogaddi is the second album by Scottish electronic music duo Boards of Canada, released on 13 February 2002 by Warp.
Georg Gänswein (born 30 July 1956) is a German prelate of the Catholic Church, who has held the title of archbishop since 2012.
Georg Gustav Roskoff (1814–1889) was an Austrian theologian, professor of Old Testament exegesis at Vienna University from 1850 to 1884.
George Axelrod (June 9, 1922 – June 21, 2003) was an American screenwriter, producer, playwright and film director, best known for his play, The Seven Year Itch (1952), which was adapted into a movie of the same name starring Marilyn Monroe.
George Burns (born Nathan Birnbaum; January 20, 1896March 9, 1996) was an American comedian, actor, singer, and writer.
George Burroughs (c. 1652August 19, 1692), was the only minister executed for witchcraft during the course of the Salem witch trials.
George Went Hensley (May 2, 1881 – July 25, 1955) was an American Pentecostal minister best known for popularizing the practice of snake handling.
Gertrud Svensdotter (1656–1675) was a Swedish peasant girl.
, also known as Force Five: Starvengers in the United States, is a super robot anime series created by Go Nagai and Ken Ishikawa and produced by Toei Animation.
Ghost is a Swedish rock band that was formed in Linköping, Sweden in 2006.
The Ghost Hole is a horror-themed dark ride on Coney Island operated by 12th Street Amusements, a division of Li'l Sassy Anne, Inc.
Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance is a 2011 American supernatural superhero horror film based on the Marvel Comics antihero Ghost Rider.
Ghost Stories is a 2017 British horror film written and directed by Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson, adapted from their stage play.
Gil Vicente (c.1465 – c. 1536), called the Trobadour, was a Portuguese playwright and poet who acted in and directed his own plays.
Giordano Berti (born 27 February 1959) is an Italian writer and teacher of History of Arts.
Girolamo Tartarotti (Hieronymous Tartarotti;. 1706–1761) was an Italian abbot, Neo-Platonist, and writer, primarily famed for his works on witchcraft.
The githyanki (pronounced: gith-YAN-kee) are a fictional humanoid race in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game.
Giuseppe Tartini (8 April 1692 – 26 February 1770) was an Italian Baroque composer and violinist.
The Glaisnock Viaduct or Caponacre Viaduct is a viaduct over the Glaisnock Water, on the former Glasgow and South Western Railway.
Glamis Castle is situated beside the village of Glamis in Angus, Scotland.
Glen or Glenda is a 1953 American drama film written, directed by and starring Ed Wood (credited in his starring role as "Daniel Davis"), and featuring Bela Lugosi and Wood's then-girlfriend Dolores Fuller.
Glinda, also known as the Good Witch of the South, is a fictional character created by L. Frank Baum in his Oz novels.
Gnostikoi Ha-Shaitan is the first studio album by Finnish black metal band Saturnian Mist.
The domestic goat (Capra aegagrus hircus) is a subspecies of goat domesticated from the wild goat of southwest Asia and Eastern Europe.
In Christian heresiology, there have been historical claims that certain Christian sects worshipped the devil.
God bless you (variants include God bless or bless you) is a common English expression, used to wish a person blessings in various situations, especially as a response to a sneeze, and also, when parting or writing a valediction.
God, the Devil and Bob is an animated sitcom which premiered on NBC on March 9, 2000 and ended on March 28, 2000, leaving nine episodes unaired.
"Godfather Death" (German: Der Gevatter Tod) is one of the many German fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm as tale number 44, along with other tales like Snow White and The Juniper Tree.
Faust is a tragic play in two parts by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, usually known in English as Faust, Part One and Faust, Part Two.
"Gold" is a song by French singer Amanda Lear from her second album Sweet Revenge, released as the single in 1978.
"Golden Retriever" is a song by Super Furry Animals.
In its most general context, the concept of good denotes that conduct which is to be or should be preferred when posed with a choice between a set of possible actions.
In religion, ethics, philosophy, and psychology "good and evil" is a very common dichotomy.
Gothminister is an industrial metal band from Norway.
Grace White Sherwood (1660–1740), called the Witch of Pungo, is the last person known to have been convicted of witchcraft in Virginia.
A gradobranitelj (literally "hail defender") and an oblačar was, in Serbian tradition, a man who protected his village from destructive weather.
Grand County High School is the only high school in Grand County School District in Moab, Utah, USA.
Grand Duchess Alexandra Alexandrovna of Russia (30 August 1842 – 10 July 1849) was the eldest child and first daughter of Tsar Alexander II of Russia and his first wife Marie of Hesse and by Rhine.
Saint Gratus of Aosta (San Grato di Aosta, Saint Grat d'Aoste) (d. September 7, c. AD 470) was a bishop of Aosta and is the city's patron saint.
Grave Digger is a German heavy metal band, formed in 1980.
The gray wolf (Canis lupus), also known as the timber wolf,Paquet, P. & Carbyn, L. W. (2003).
The Great Stone of Fourstones, or the "Big Stone" as it is known locally, is a glacial deposit on the moorlands of Tatham Fells, situated in North Yorkshire, England, near Bentham in the District of Craven, and from the county border with Lancashire.
Green is the color between blue and yellow on the visible spectrum.
The Green Knight is a character of the 14th-century Arthurian poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and the related medieval work The Greene Knight.
Grenada is a sovereign state in the southeastern Caribbean Sea consisting of the island of Grenada and six smaller islands at the southern end of the Grenadines island chain.
Grim the Collier of Croyden; or, The Devil and his Dame: with the Devil and Saint Dunston is a seventeenth-century play of uncertain authorship, first published in 1662.
Grim's Ditch, Grim's Dyke (also Grimsdyke or Grimes Dike in derivative names) or Grim's Bank is a name shared by a number of prehistoric bank and ditch earthworks.
A grimoire is a textbook of magic, typically including instructions on how to create magical objects like talismans and amulets, how to perform magical spells, charms and divination, and how to summon or invoke supernatural entities such as angels, spirits, and demons.
Guahaioque was a minor deity in the religion of the Muisca.
Gualichu, or gualicho, in the Mapuche mythology and mainly in the Tehuelche culture, was an evil spirit or demon, comparable but not similar to the Devil.
Saint Gudula was born in the pagus of Brabant (in present-day Belgium).
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock is a music rhythm game, the third main installment in the ''Guitar Hero'' series, and the fourth title overall.
Gundagai is a place of considerable reputed Aboriginal cultural significance, with both archaeological sites and anthropological associations related to sacred and spiritual beliefs of the local clan group and wider cultural associations.
Gurder is a central character in The Bromeliad trilogy of children's stories, written by Terry Pratchett.
Gwyneth Evelyn “Gwen” Verdon (January 13, 1925 – October 18, 2000) was an American actress and dancer.
Hablingbo Church (Hablingbo kyrka) is a medieval Lutheran church in Hablingbo on the Swedish island of Gotland, in the Diocese of Visby.
The Hachinger Bach is a river in Bavaria, Germany.
Hades (also sometimes referred to as Pluto or Hell) is a fictional character appearing in DC Comics publications and related media, commonly as an adversary and sometimes-ally of the super hero Wonder Woman.
The mythological Greek deity Hades often appears in popular culture.
The Hajj (حَجّ "pilgrimage") is an annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, the holiest city for Muslims, and a mandatory religious duty for Muslims that must be carried out at least once in their lifetime by all adult Muslims who are physically and financially capable of undertaking the journey, and can support their family during their absence.
Half Acre is an unincorporated community in Marengo County, Alabama, United States.
Halloween costumes are costumes worn on or around Halloween, a festival which falls on October 31.
Ham on Rye is a 1982 semi-autobiographical novel by American author and poet Charles Bukowski.
is a video game in the ''Hamtaro'' game series for Game Boy Advance developed by Pax Softnica and published by Nintendo, as the sequel to Tottoko Hamutaro: Tomodachi Daisakusen Dechu and Hamtaro: Ham-Hams Unite!.
Harald 'Klak' Halfdansson (c. 785 – c. 852) was a king in Jutland (and possibly other parts of Denmark) around 812–814 and again from 819–827.
Hard West is a turn-based tactical game developed by CreativeForge Games and published by Gambitious Digital Entertainment.
Harriman High School is a public high school located in Harriman, Tennessee, operated by the Roane County School System.
In Christian theology, the Harrowing of Hell (Latin: Descensus Christi ad Inferos, "the descent of Christ into hell") is the triumphant descent of Christ into Hell (or Hades) between the time of his Crucifixion and his Resurrection when he brought salvation to all of the righteous who had died since the beginning of the world.
Hatuey de Camps Jiménez (29 June 1947 – 26 August 2016) was a politician from the Dominican Republic.
Haunted Castle is a 2001 Belgian/American animated horror film in IMAX theaters.
Hödekin (also spelled Hödeken, Hüdekin, and Hütchen) is a kobold (house spirit) of German folklore.
"He Wasn't" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released as the fourth and final single from her second album, Under My Skin (2004).
Heaven Can Wait is a 1943 Technicolor American comedy film produced and directed by Ernst Lubitsch.
Heber Down Conservation Area is located in Whitby, Ontario and is owned and operated by Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority.
In professional wrestling, a heel (also known as a rudo in lucha libre) is a wrestler who portrays a villain or a "bad guy" and acts as an antagonist.
The Heel Stone is a single large block of sarsen stone standing within the Avenue outside the entrance of the Stonehenge earthwork, close to the main road (Highways Agency A344).
Hegemony or Survival: America's Quest for Global Dominance is a study of the "American Empire" written by the American linguist and political activist Noam Chomsky, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Helfenburk is a castle ruin from the town of Bavorov in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.
Hell and Back is a 2015 American stop-motion adult animated fantasy comedy film directed by Tom Gianas and Ross Shuman, and written by Gianas, Hugh Sterbakov, and Zeb Wells.
Hell Gorge (soteska Pekel) is a gorge in central Slovenia, located near the settlement of Ohonica, southwest of the village of Borovnica and from Ljubljana.
Hell is a common theme for entertainment and popular culture, particularly in the horror and fantasy genres where it is often used as a location.
"Hell-Fire" is a science fiction short story by American writer Isaac Asimov, originally published in the May 1956 issue of Fantastic Universe and reprinted in the 1957 collection Earth Is Room Enough.
Hellboy is a fictional superhero created by writer-artist Mike Mignola.
Hellboy: The Crooked Man and Others is the tenth collected edition of Mike Mignola's comic book series Hellboy, collecting Hellboy: The Crooked Man #1-3, Hellboy: In the Chapel of Moloch, Hellboy: They That Go Down to the Sea in Ships and the story "The Mole" from "Free Comic Book Day 2008: Hellboy." The collected edition features an introduction by Gahan Wilson.
"Hellfire" is a song from Disney's 1996 animated feature The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
A hellhound is a supernatural dog in folklore.
The Helmet of Constantine was a helmet or form of helmet worn by the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, now lost, which featured in his imperial iconography.
Hennweiler is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Bad Kreuznach district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Lieutenant Colonel James Henry Mountiford Beasley DSO (28 March 1876 – 14 December 1949), known as Pops, was a British Army officer and a leading contract bridge personality in the early days of the game.
Henry VI, Part 1, often referred to as 1 Henry VI, is a history play by William Shakespeare, possibly in collaboration with Christopher Marlowe and Thomas Nashe, believed to have been written in 1591 and set during the lifetime of King Henry VI of England.
Henry VIII is a two-part British television serial produced principally by Granada Television for ITV from 12 to 19 October 2003.
Hero System Bestiary is a compilation of creatures for use with Hero System role-playing game rules.
Hideaway is a 1995 American horror film directed by Brett Leonard.
The High Middle Ages, or High Medieval Period, was the period of European history that commenced around 1000 AD and lasted until around 1250 AD.
Highlander is a 1986 British-American adventure action fantasy film directed by Russell Mulcahy and based on a story by Gregory Widen.
The history of antisemitism – defined as hostile actions or discrimination against Jews as a religious or ethnic group – goes back many centuries; antisemitism has been called "the longest hatred".
The history of Christianity in Hungary began in the Roman province of Pannonia where the presence of Christian communities is first attested in the 3rd century.
For thousands of years, humans have tried to explain and control problematic behavior.
The Diablada or Danza de Diablos (Dance of Devils) is a dance created characterized by the mask and devil suit worn by the dancers.
Under Charles I, the Puritans became a political force as well as a religious tendency in the country.
The Washington Senators baseball team was one of the American League's eight charter franchises.
The history of theatre charts the development of theatre over the past 2,500 years.
The history of Wicca documents the rise of the Neopagan religion of Wicca and related witchcraft-based Neopagan religions.
The history of zoophilia and bestiality begins in the prehistoric era, where depictions of humans and animals in a sexual context appear infrequently in European rock art.
Hob Gadling, also known as Robert, Robbie, or Bobby, is a fictional character from the Sandman comic book series by Neil Gaiman.
"Holy Smoke" is a song by English heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
is a fictional character and one of the main heroines of the 2011 anime series Puella Magi Madoka Magica.
Deities depicted with horns or antlers are found in many different religions across the world.
The Horned God is one of the two primary deities found in Wicca and some related forms of Neopaganism.
"Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps" is the fifth episode of the third season of the U.S. television series Community.
Horseland is an American animated series produced by DIC Entertainment.
"How Much Land Does a Man Require?" (Russian: Много ли человеку земли нужно?, Mnoga li cheloveku zemli nuzhna?) is an 1886 short story by Leo Tolstoy about a man who, in his lust for land, forfeits everything.
Howard Little (February 12, 1842 – January 7, 1911) was an American artist.
Hripsime (Հռիփսիմէ, died c. 290), also called Rhipsime, Ripsime, Ripsima or Arsema, was a martyr of Roman origin; she and her companions in martyrdom are venerated as the first Christian martyrs of Armenia.
Hubur is a Sumerian term meaning "river", "watercourse" or "netherworld", written ideographically with the cuneiform signs.
Hull House was a settlement house in the United States that was co-founded in 1889 by Jane Addams and Ellen Gates Starr.
A human guise (also human disguise and sometimes human form) is a concept in fantasy, folklore, mythology, religion, literary tradition, iconography, and science fiction whereby non-human beings such as aliens, angels, demons, gods, monsters, robots, Satan, or shapeshifters are disguised to seem human.
Hunter Stockton Thompson (July 18, 1937 – February 20, 2005) was an American journalist and author, and the founder of the gonzo journalism movement.
Hunterdon Central Regional High School is a comprehensive, four-year public high school, and regional school district that serves students from five municipalities in east central Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States.
The Hupda (also known as Hup, Hupd'äh, or Húpd’əh) are an Amazonian indigenous people who live in Brazil and Colombia.
Hybrid beasts appear in the folklore of a variety of cultures as legendary creatures.
I Survived a Japanese Game Show was an American reality show that followed a group of Americans who leave the United States for Japan, where they compete in a Japanese style game show.
I, Lucifer is a 2003 novel by Glen Duncan, told from the point of view of the eponymous fallen angel, who has taken on a human body formerly belonging to a struggling writer.
Iago is a fictional character in Shakespeare's Othello (c. 1601–1604).
Ian Don Marter (28 October 194428 October 1986) was an English actor and writer, known for his role as Harry Sullivan in the BBC science-fiction television series Doctor Who from December 1974 to September 1975, with a non-regular, one-serial return in November and December 1975.
Iblees Ki Majlis-e-Shura (The Parliament of Satan) is an Urdu poem written by Muhammad Iqbal in 1935.
(or Eblis) is the Islamic equivalent of Satan.
The Iele are feminine mythical creatures In Romanian mythology.
Imaginaerum is the seventh studio album by Finnish symphonic metal band Nightwish.
IMP is a British 3D animated comedy series created by Andy Fielding which takes place in the lair of a minor devil known as "the IMP" and its surroundings.
"In the Pale Moonlight" is the 143rd episode of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, the 19th of the sixth season.
L. Ron Hubbard used the term Incident in a specific context for auditing in Scientology and Dianetics: the description of space operatic events in the Universe's distant past, involving alien interventions in past lives.
An incubus is a demon in male form who, according to mythological and legendary traditions, lies upon sleeping women in order to engage in sexual activity with them.
The Independent Baptist Fellowship of North America (IBFNA) is a separatist fundamentalist independent Baptist fellowship for pastors and laymembers.
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Infestissumam (Latin superlative adjective meaning very or most hostile, used by the band as "the most hostile" or "the biggest threat" in reference to the Antichrist) is the second full-length album by the Swedish heavy metal band Ghost.
Ingrid Ylva of Bjelbo (born c. 1180s, died c. 1250–1255), was a Swedish noblewoman, the wife of Magnus Minnesköld of Bjälbo and the mother of regent Birger Jarl.
In the historical era of English Renaissance drama, an Inn-yard theatre or Inn-theatre was a common inn with an inner courtyard with balconies that provided a venue for the presentation of stage plays.
Inquisition is an American black metal band that formed in Cali, Colombia in 1988 and later relocated to Seattle, Washington.
Insects have appeared in mythology around the world from ancient times.
In religious and magical practice, insufflation and exsufflation are ritual acts of blowing, breathing, hissing, or puffing that signify variously expulsion or renunciation of evil or of the devil (the Evil One), or infilling or blessing with good (especially, in religious use, with the Spirit or grace of God).
Inverkip (Scottish Gaelic: Inbhir Chip) is a village and parish in the Inverclyde council area and historic county of Renfrewshire in the west central Lowlands of Scotland, southwest of Greenock and north of Largs on the A78 trunk road.
IslamThere are ten pronunciations of Islam in English, differing in whether the first or second syllable has the stress, whether the s is or, and whether the a is pronounced, or (when the stress is on the first syllable) (Merriam Webster).
Some association football players are Muslims, and their clubs have adapted to their principles.
Isobel Gowdie was a Scottish woman who confessed to witchcraft at Auldearn near Nairn during 1662.
Jack o' Kent or Jack-a-Kent is an English folkloric character based in the Welsh Marches.
Jack of Fables is a spin-off comic book series of Fables written by Bill Willingham and Lilah Sturges (credited as "Matthew Sturges") and published by DC Comics' Vertigo imprint.
John Whiteside "Jack" Parsons (born Marvel Whiteside Parsons; October 2, 1914 – June 17, 1952) was an American rocket engineer and rocket propulsion researcher, chemist, and Thelemite occultist.
A jack-in-the-box is a children's toy that outwardly consists of a box with a crank.
Jacob's Ladder is a 1990 American psychological horror film directed by Adrian Lyne, produced by Alan Marshall, written by Bruce Joel Rubin and starring Tim Robbins, Elizabeth Peña, and Danny Aiello.
Jacques Cazotte (17 October 1719 – 25 September 1792) was a French author.
Jacques Albin Simon Collin de Plancy (28 January 1793 in Plancy-l'Abbaye – 1881 in Paris) was a French occultist, demonologist and writer; he published several works on occultism and demonology.
Jamal Suliman (جمال سليمان) is a prominent Syrian-born producer, director and actor of television, film, and stage.
James Aloysius Griffin (February 27, 1883 – August 5, 1948) was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
James Earl Jones (born January 17, 1931) is an American actor.
Janet Horne (died 1727) was a woman accused of witchcraft from Scotland, and the last person to be executed legally for witchcraft in the British Isles.
Jason (Ἰάσων Iásōn) was an ancient Greek mythological hero who was the leader of the Argonauts whose quest for the Golden Fleece featured in Greek literature.
Jón Magnússon (c. 1610 – 1696) was an Icelandic Lutheran pastor and author of the Píslarsaga (Passion Saga or Story of My Sufferings), which recounts the physical and mental torments he believed he had suffered as a result of witchcraft.
Jeanette Abadie (or l'Abadie) (born c. 1593) was a young woman of the village of Ciboure in Gascony, France, who was supposedly lured into witchcraft and was one of the principal witnesses concerning the supposed practices of the witches' Sabbath.
Jeanette Nolan (December 30, 1911 – June 5, 1998) was an American actress who was nominated for four Emmy Awards: in 1964, 1966, 1974 and 1978.
Jeff Hawke was a British science fiction comic strip created by Sydney Jordan.
The Life and Morals of Jesus of Nazareth, commonly referred to as the Jefferson Bible, refers to one of two religious works constructed by Thomas Jefferson.
Jeffrey Burton Russell (born 1934) is an American historian and religious studies scholar.
A Jenny Haniver is the carcass of a ray or a skate that has been modified by hand then dried, resulting in a mummified specimen intended to resemble a fanciful fictional creature, such as a demon or dragon.
James Bernard Hausner (May 5, 1909 – April 1, 1993) (Another source gives May 20, 1909, as his birth date.)DeLong, Thomas A. (1996).
In New Jersey folklore, the Jersey Devil (or Leeds Devil) is a legendary creature said to inhabit the Pine Barrens of Southern New Jersey.
Jesse James became a hero in folklore and dime novels before he was killed in 1882.
Jesus Dress Up is a game that was created by artist Normal Bob Smith in 1991 as a black-and-white colorform, which he photocopied and distributed to friends.
Jihad (جهاد) is an Arabic word which literally means striving or struggling, especially with a praiseworthy aim.
João Guimarães Rosa (27 June 1908 – 19 November 1967) was a Brazilian novelist, short story writer and diplomat.
Job (Jobus, Iobus) Fincelius (died 1582) was a 16th-century humanist and physician.
Joel Okuyo Atiku Prynce is a Ugandan actor, model, photographer and lecturer at Uganda Christian University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work and Social Administration (BSWSA) plus Makerere University, the Best Two Campuses in Uganda.
Johann Conrad Dippel (10 August 1673 – 25 April 1734) was a German pietist theologian, alchemist and physician.
Johann Baptist Fischart (c. 1545 – 1591) was a German satirist and publicist.
Johann Weyer or Johannes Wier (Ioannes Wierus or Piscinarius; 1515 – 24 February 1588) was a Dutch physician, occultist and demonologist, disciple and follower of Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa.
Johannes Junius (1573 – 6 August 1628) was the mayor (German: Bürgermeister) of Bamberg, and a victim of the Bamberg witch trials, who wrote a letter to his daughter from jail while he awaited execution for witchcraft.
John 13 is the thirteenth chapter of the Gospel of John in the New Testament of the Christian Bible.
John Alden Mason (14 January 1885 – 7 November 1967) was an archaeological anthropologist and linguist.
John Allen Astin (born March 30, 1930) is an American actor who has appeared in numerous films and television series, as well as a television director and voice artist.
John Brown of Haddington (1722 – 19 June 1787), was a Scottish divine and author.
John Cornelius (fl. 1687-?) was an Irish pirate supposedly active in the Red Sea and off the west coast of Africa.
John Deydras (died 1318), also John of Powderham, was a pretender to the English throne during the reign of Edward II.
Dr John Epps (1805–1869) was an English physician, phrenologist and homeopath.
Duke John Frederick of Saxe-Weimar (19 September 1600 in Altenburg – 17 October 1628 in Weimar) was a Duke of Saxe-Weimar.
John Soursby Glover Jr., (born August 7, 1944) is an American actor, known for a range of villainous roles in films and television, including Lionel Luthor on the Superman-inspired television series Smallville.
John II (c. 356 – 10 January 417) was bishop of Jerusalem from AD 387 to AD 417.
John Lambe (or Lamb) (c. 1545 – 13 June 1628) was an English astrologer and quack physicianRumsey, Thomas R. (1984).
John Herrick McIntire (June 27, 1907 – January 30, 1991) was an American character actor who appeared in 65 theatrical films and many more television series.
Saint John of Egypt, (c.305 - 394), also known as John the Hermit, John the Anchorite, or John of Lycopolis, was one of the hermits of the Nitrean desert.
Sir John Schorne (died 1313) was rector of North Marston in the English county of Buckinghamshire.
John the Conqueror, also known as High John the Conqueror, John de Conquer, and many other folk variants, is a folk hero from African-American folklore.
John Thunstone is a fictional character and the hero of a series of stories by author Manly Wade Wellman.
Johnny the Homicidal Maniac (often abbreviated JtHM) is the first comic book by Jhonen Vasquez.
"Joke" is a comedy sketch written and performed by English comedians Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis.
Jon Daly, sometimes credited as Jonathan C. Daly, Jon C. Daly or Jonathan Barney Daly, is an American actor, comedian, writer, and producer best known for his sketch comedy work on the Comedy Central series Kroll Show.
Brigadier General Jonathan Moulton (July 21, 1726 – September 18, 1787) played an important role in the early history of New Hampshire and many tales of his adventures would become legendary.
Jonathan N. Dixon (born 14 January 1977) is an English/Australian writer and film director.
The Blessed Jordan of Saxony, O.P. (referred to in Latin as Jordanis, also known as de Alamania; c. 1190 – 1237), was one of the first leaders of the Dominican Order.
José Antonio de Alzate y Ramírez (21 November 1737 – 2 February 1799 "". Hombres ilustres del Estado de Mexico. URL accessed 2006-09-28.) was a priest in New Spain, scientist, historian, cartographer, and journalist.
José Luis de Jesús Miranda (April 22, 1946 – November 17, 2013) was the leader of the Creciendo en Gracia cult, based in Miami, Florida.
Juan Bobo is a comic book series of folk stories from Puerto Rico, centered on the Juan Bobo children's character.
Juan Machete is a Colombiano "Espanto" (Creep), that is a damned soul or creature that wanders at night to kill a certain kind of people.
Judas Iscariot (died AD) was a disciple and one of the original Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ.
A Judensau (German for "Jews' sow"), is a folk art image of Jews in obscene contact with a large sow (female pig), which in Judaism is an unclean animal, that appeared during the 13th century in Germany and some other European countries; its popularity lasted for over 600 years.
The Judensau at the choir stalls of Cologne Cathedral is a medieval, arguably antisemitic wood carving at the side of one of the seats in the choir of Cologne Cathedral.
In Jungian psychology, archetypes are highly developed elements of the collective unconscious.
Jurgen, A Comedy of Justice is a fantasy novel by American writer James Branch Cabell, which gained fame (or notoriety) shortly after its publication in 1919.
Justin Martyr (Latin: Iustinus Martyr) was an early Christian apologist, and is regarded as the foremost interpreter of the theory of the Logos in the 2nd century.
Gaius Vettius Aquilinus Juvencus, known as Juvencus or Juvenk, was a Roman Spanish Christian and composer of Latin poetry in the 4th century.
Kamień Pomorski (Cammin or Kammin; Kamién) is a town in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship of north-western Poland, on the Baltic coast.
Karl Swenson (July 23, 1908 – October 8, 1978) was an American theatre, radio, film, and television actor.
The kasha (火車, lit. "burning chariot" or "burning barouche" or 化車, "changed wheel") is a Japanese yōkai that steals the corpses of those who have died as a result of accumulating evil deeds.
Kattupalli is a separate campus in Ervadi dargah, Ramanathapuram district where the graves of the followers who came along with Badhusha Sultan Syed Ibraaheem Shaheed are found.
Kaunas (also see other names) is the second-largest city in Lithuania and the historical centre of Lithuanian economic, academic, and cultural life.
The Kazon are a fictional alien race in the Star Trek franchise.
Kenneth Ellen Parcell is a fictional character on the NBC comedy television series, 30 Rock, portrayed by Jack McBrayer.
Kesha Rose Sebert (born March 1, 1987; formerly stylized as Ke$ha) is an American singer, songwriter, rapper and actress.
Kets (Кеты; Ket: Ostygan) are a Siberian people.
Kevin Swanson is a pastor and a member of the Covenant Presbyterian Church and broadcaster from Colorado, known for his condemnation of homosexuality as well as his advocacy of Christian education.
Keyser Söze is a fictional character and the main antagonist in the 1995 film The Usual Suspects, written by Christopher McQuarrie and directed by Bryan Singer.
Keyumars (کیومرث) is the Persian form of the name Gayō Marətan (appearing in medieval Zoroastrian texts as Gayōmard or Gayōmart), the Avestan name of the mythological first human being in the world.
Khunti (खूंटी) is the headquarter of Khunti district in the Indian state of Jharkhand.
Kid Eternity is a fictional character, a comic book superhero that premiered in Hit Comics #25 written by Otto Binder, drawn by Sheldon Moldoff, and published by Quality Comics in December 1942.
Kid-Thing is a 2012 American drama film written and directed by David Zellner.
is an anime and manga series about a kindergarten student who has many of the features of a child prodigy but at the same time displays many bizarre habits and an odd personality.
Killer toys are fictional characters based on toys, dolls or puppets that commit violent acts.
King of Hell may refer to.
Kirk Douglas (born Issur Danielovitch, December 9, 1916) is an American actor, producer, director, and author.
Kirkby Lonsdale is a small town and civil parish in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, England, on the River Lune.
The Kirkjuból witch trial was a witch trial that took place in Kirkjuból in 1656, in what is today Ísafjörður, in Iceland.
is a manga series created by Aya Shouoto.
Klingon culture describes the customs and practices of Klingons in the fictional Star Trek universe.
Knecht Ruprecht (English: Farmhand Rupert or Servant Rupert) is a companion of Saint Nicholas as described in the folklore of Germany.
Knights of the Temple II is an open-world action-adventure game, developed by Cauldron and published by Playlogic Entertainment.
Koine Greek grammar is a subclass of Ancient Greek grammar peculiar to the Koine Greek dialect.
Kolchak: The Night Stalker is an American television series that aired on ABC during the 1974–1975 season.
Felix Blume (born 3 August 1984), known professionally as Kollegah is a German rapper.
Krabat is a fantasy novel about the eponymous Sorbian folk hero, written by Otfried Preußler.
In folklore, Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic figure described as "half-goat, half-demon",Basu, Tanya (19 December 2013) National Geographic Magazine who, during the Christmas season, punishes children who have misbehaved, in contrast with Saint Nicholas, who rewards the well-behaved with gifts.
Krampus, the "Christmas Devil" of Austrian and Bavarian folklore, has entered the popular culture of North America; Christian Jacobs notes that "thanks to the Internet and YouTubeA short film called was produced in 2011 for Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations but never aired, as the Travel Channel considered it inappropriate; "Luckily, the special lives on on YouTube".
Kratt (or kratid in plural; also pisuhänd, puuk, tulihänd, vedaja), is a magical creature in old Estonian mythology, a treasure-bearer.
Kro (sometimes referred to as the Warlord Kro) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
La Vie miraculeuse de Thérèse Martin (The Miraculous Life of Thérèse Martin), is a French film, silent, directed by Julien Duvivier, and released in 1929.
The Ladder of Divine Ascent is a late 12th century icon at Saint Catherine's Monastery, Mount Sinai.
A lake of fire appears, in both ancient Egyptian and Christian religion, as a place of after-death destruction of the wicked.
The Lambton Worm is a legend from County Durham in North East England in the UK.
"Lamkin" or "Lambkin" (Roud, Child 93) is an English-language ballad.
Lancaster High School is located in Lancaster County in the Northern Neck of Virginia.
Larry Alderman (L. A.) Johnson (June 11, 1947 – January 21, 2010) was an American film and music producer, director, and editor best known for his long association with musician Neil Young.
The Late Middle Ages or Late Medieval Period was the period of European history lasting from 1250 to 1500 AD.
Latvian mythology is set of paganic beliefs of Latvian people reconstructed from written evidence and folklore materials.
Laurens Cornelis Boudewijn de Graaf (c. 1653, Dordrecht, Dutch Republic – 24 May 1704,Likely Cap-Français, Saint-Domingue) was a Dutch pirate, mercenary, and naval officer in the service of the French colony of Saint-Domingue during the late 17th and early 18th century.
Lawsuits against God have occurred in real life and in fiction.
Lawsuits against the devil (or Satan) have occurred in reality and in fiction.
Le Miracle de Théophile (The Miracle of Theophilus) is a thirteenth-century miracle play written in Langues d'oïl, circa 1261 by the trouvère Rutebeuf.
A legendary, mythical, or mythological creature, traditionally called a fabulous beast or fabulous creature, is a fictitious, imaginary and often supernatural animal, often a hybrid, sometimes part human, whose existence has not or cannot be proved and that is described in folklore or fiction but also in historical accounts before history became a science.
Like any other medieval city, Tallinn (known as Reval from the 13th century until the 1920s) has inspired many legends.
Minifigures is a 2010 Lego theme based on a set of collectible Lego minifigures.
Leo Ruickbie is an historian and sociologist of religion, specializing in paranormal beliefs, magic, witchcraft and Wicca.
Les Chimères or The Chimaeras is an unfinished painting by the French Symbolist painter Gustave Moreau (6 April 1826 – 18 April 1898) executed in 1884.
Lexx is a science fiction television series that follows the adventures of a group of mismatched individuals aboard the organic space craft Lexx.
A lidérc is a unique supernatural being of Hungarian folklore.
A lie is a statement used intentionally for the purpose of deception.
The Life of Adam and Eve, also known, in its Greek version, as the Apocalypse of Moses, is a Jewish pseudepigraphical group of writings.
Lilburn Tower is a privately owned 19th century mansion house at Lilburn, near Wooler, Northumberland.
Lisbet Nypan (née Elisabeth Pedersdotter Kulgrandstad) (circa 1610September 1670) was an alleged Norwegian witch. As one of the most famous victims of the witch-hunts in her country, she was also the penultimate defendant to be executed for witchcraft in Norway. The case against Lisbet and her husband, Ole Nypan, is the only Norwegian witch-hunt described by Rossell Hope Robbins in his 1959 book, Encyclopedia of Witchcraft and Demonology. Its fame grew a few years later, in 1962, when it was dramatized in Norway by Torbjørn Prestvik in his novel, Lisbet Nypan: Den siste hekseprosess i Trøndelag som førte til bål og brann (Lisbet Nypan: The Last Witch Trial in Trøndelag, from the Beginning to the Burning).
The following is a list of episodes for the British sitcom Are You Being Served? that aired from 1972 to 1985.
Ashes to Ashes is a British science fiction/police procedural drama television series, serving as a spin-off from the original series, Life on Mars.
This is a list of fictional characters in the British supernatural drama-comedy television series ''Being Human''.
Black Clover is a Japanese fantasy shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Yūki Tabata.
Below is description of the characters in the 1990s BBC British sitcom Bottom.
This is a listing of cemeteries in the U.S. state of Kansas.
List of characters and names, mentioned in the Quran.
This is a list of characters that appear in the ''Camp Half-Blood'' chronicles (which consists of the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series, The Heroes of Olympus series, and The Trials of Apollo series), The Kane Chronicles, and Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard.
Here follows a list of college sports team nicknames.
This article includes a list of characters from the Disney animated series Darkwing Duck.
The ''Deltora'' series features a wide line of characters, both important and minor.
The following are fictional characters from Disney's 1940 film Fantasia, its 1999 sequel Fantasia 2000 and the video game Fantasia: Music Evolved.
The following are fictional characters from Disney's 1997 film Hercules and from the derived 1998 TV series.
This is a list of villains from the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.
This page is a list of emojis.
An exorcist is a person who is believed to be able to cast out the devil or other demons.
The Eyeshield 21 anime and manga series features an extensive cast of characters created by Riichiro Inagaki and Yusuke Murata.
Having reformed from his violent ways, Bigby (a.k.a. the Big Bad Wolf) became the cigarette-smoking, trench coat-clad sheriff of Fabletown.
This article is a list of fictional characters in the Vertigo comic book series Fables, Jack of Fables, Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love, Cinderella: Fables Are Forever and Fairest, published by DC Comics.
This article is a list of fictional characters in the Vertigo comic book series Fables, Jack of Fables, Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love, Cinderella: Fables Are Forever and Fairest, published by DC Comics.
This is a list of episodes for the 1977–84 television series Fantasy Island.
This list of fictional cats in literature is subsidiary to the list of fictional cats.
This is a list of notable demons that appear in works of fiction, not limited to writing or to entertainment purposes.
This is a list of fictional Jews, characters from any work of fiction whose Jewish identity has been noted as a key component of the story or who have been identified impacting or reflecting cultural views about Jewish people.
The following is a list of fictional United States presidents, N through R.
There are many instances in popular culture in which fictional underground stations appear.
The following is an episode list for the animated television series Fly Tales.
This listing includes flying and weather-affecting creatures.
There are many characters in the From Dusk till Dawn film series.
This is a list of characters for the 1993-1994 tokusatsu series, Gridman the Hyper Agent.
Halloween Wars is an American reality competition series that premiered on October 2, 2011 on cable television network Food Network.
This is a list of the chapters and volumes of the manga series Hell Teacher Nūbē (Jigoku Sensei Nūbē), created for the manga anthology Weekly Shonen Jump by the duo of artist Takeshi Okano and writer Makura Shou.
This is a list of characters from Hell Teacher Nūbē.
This is a list of significant characters from the television programs Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, its prequel Young Hercules, and Xena: Warrior Princess.
In Our Time is a discussion programme on the history of ideas; it has been hosted since 1998 by Melvyn Bragg on BBC Radio 4 in the United Kingdom.
The following is a list of characters from the series Kaijudo.
The following is a list of characters in the ''Kid Icarus'' franchise.
There are a number of documented cases of historical figures and distinguished members of society who were kidney stone formers.
The following is a list of sketches which debuted on Late Night with Conan O'Brien on NBC.
This is a list of legendary creatures from mythology, folklore and fairy tales, sorted by their classification or affiliation.
There are four seasons of Lexx totalling 61 episodes, initially televised from 1997 (in Canada) to 2002.
Midnight DJ is a Filipino drama-horror television series starring Paolo Contis and Oyo Boy Sotto, who works as DJ at night and at the same time he works to find solutions to the paranormal problems of his listeners.
This article features minor fictional characters who appear as guest stars on the cult television program Angel, ordered alphabetically.
The manga series Monster features a cast of characters created by Naoki Urasawa.
The following is a list of characters from the series Mr. Pickles.
Mythological objects encompass a variety of items (e.g. weapons, armour, clothing) found in mythology, legend, folklore, tall tale, fable, religion, and spirituality from across the world.
Within the Dungeons & Dragons role playing game materials, a number of devils are given characteristics or roles within the story lines.
Nieuw-Nederland, or New Netherland, was the seventeenth-century colonial province of the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands on northeastern coast of North America.
The Bible and Qur'an have many characters in common.
Persona 5, Atlus's role-playing video game, is centered on a group of high-school students who are the vigilante.
The ''Planet of the Apes'' franchise contains many characters that appear in one or more works.
Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue features the battle between the Lightspeed Rescue squad and the demons led by Queen Bansheera.
This is a list of public art in Coventry, in the West Midlands, England.
The following is a list of characters in The CW television series Reaper.
This page lists the different episodes of TV Funhouse.
This list comprises information on characters who exist in the following fantasy novels.
This is a list of characters from the Slugterra series.
This is a list of songs that retell, in whole or in part, a work of literature.
A succubus (plural succubi) is a type of demoness referenced in various works of fiction.
This is a list of every Tamagotchi virtual pet ever released, in chronological order.
This is the list of fictional characters in The Adventures of Tintin, the comics series by Belgian cartoonist Hergé.
This is an index of characters and mecha in the anime and manga The King of Braves GaoGaiGar and The King of Braves GaoGaiGar FINAL.
This is a collection of the characters from The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, a comic book series created by Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill, and its spin-off Nemo.
This is a complete listing of episodes of the live-action/puppet television series The Muppet Show.
This article lists characters seen in the film The Nightmare Before Christmas and two video games: The Nightmare Before Christmas: The Pumpkin King and The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge.
This is a list of secondary characters that appeared on the American animated television series The Powerpuff Girls, which aired on Cartoon Network.
This is a list of characters appearing in The Sandman comic book, published by DC Comics' Vertigo imprint.
The following is a partial list of characters from Stephen King's novel The Stand.
This is a list of demons that appear in religion, theology, demonology, mythology, and folklore.
The lists below describes notable works of fiction involving time travel, where time travel is central to the plot or the premise of the work.
This is a list of characters from the Japanese anime and manga series To Love-Ru.
This is a list of characters from the manga series Toriko by Mitsutoshi Shimabukuro.
This is a list of the characters that belong to the Touhou Project, a series of games by ZUN from Team Shanghai Alice.
This is a list of fictional characters in the book The Complete Tales of Uncle Remus.
During the long history of the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who, a number of stories were proposed but, for a variety of reasons, never fully produced.
The characters within the Warrior Nun Areala comic series are well developed.
A water deity is a deity in mythology associated with water or various bodies of water.
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The video-game review television program X-Play has had numerous recurring sketch characters that have appeared throughout the show's history; during a preview for the game WWE Day of Reckoning 2, co-hosts Adam Sessler and Morgan Webb were left pondering, "Just how many random-ass supporting characters do we have on this show?".
This is a list of XYZZY Awards results, grouped by award rather than year.
The following is a list of characters from Level-5's video game and anime franchise, Yo-kai Watch.
Lisztomania is a 1975 film by Ken Russell about the nineteenth century composer Franz Liszt.
Lithuania (Lietuva), officially the Republic of Lithuania (Lietuvos Respublika), is a country in the Baltic region of northern-eastern Europe.
Little Nicky is a 2000 American comedy film directed by Steven Brill.
Live in Belfast is a live comedy album by English comedian Rowan Atkinson.
Loa to Divine Narcissus (Spanish: El Divino Narciso) is an allegorical play written by the Mexican writer Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, an important literary figure of the Spanish colonial period.
Loc-Dieu Abbey is a Cistercian abbey located near Martiel, 9 km west from Villefranche-de-Rouergue, in the department of Aveyron in France.
Loftus Hall is a large country house on the Hook peninsula, County Wexford, Ireland.
Loki is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Lola is a female given name in German, Spanish and other language groups.
"Long Black Train" is a song written and recorded by American country music singer Josh Turner.
"Look at Me" is a song by British singer-songwriter Geri Halliwell, who recorded and released it after leaving Spice Girls.
The Lord's Prayer (also called the Our Father, Pater Noster, or the Model Prayer) is a venerated Christian prayer which, according to the New Testament, Jesus taught as the way to pray: Two versions of this prayer are recorded in the gospels: a longer form within the Sermon on the Mount in the Gospel of Matthew, and a shorter form in the Gospel of Luke when "one of his disciples said to him, 'Lord, teach us to pray, as John taught his disciples.'" Lutheran theologian Harold Buls suggested that both were original, the Matthaen version spoken by Jesus early in his ministry in Galilee, and the Lucan version one year later, "very likely in Judea".
Lotería is a game of chance, similar to bingo, but using images on a deck of cards instead of plain numbers on ping pong balls.
The Loudun possessions was a notorious witchcraft trial in Loudun, France in 1634.
The possessions at Louviers (Normandy, France), similar to those in Aix-en-Provence, occurred at the Louviers Convent in 1647.
"Love Spreads" is a song by The Stone Roses, released on 21 November 1994 as the first single from their second album Second Coming.
Loving is an American television soap opera that ran on ABC from June 26, 1983, to November 10, 1995, a total of 3,169 episodes.
The lubber fiend, Lob, lubberkin, lurdane or Lob Lie-By-The-Fire was a legendary creature of English folklore that was similar in attributes to the "brownie" (or "Urisk") of Scotland and northern England, the "hob" of northern England and the Scottish Borders, the Slavic "domovoi" and Scandinavian "tomte".
Lucifer is a name that, according to dictionaries of the English language, refers either to the Devil or to the planet Venus when appearing as the morning star.
Lucifer Samael Morningstar is a fictional character appearing primarily as a supporting character in the comic book series ''The Sandman'' and as the title character of a spin-off, both published under the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics.
Lucifer and Prometheus is a work of psychological literary criticism written by R.J. Zwi Werblowsky and published in 1952.
Lucifera Demon Lover (Italian: L'amante del demonio) is a 1972 Italian horror movie.
Luciferianism is a belief system that venerates the essential characteristics that are affixed to Lucifer.
Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil is an American computer-animated television series aired by the Cartoon Network's late-night programming block Adult Swim.
Luiz Carlos Alborghetti (February 12, 1945 — December 9, 2009) was a Brazilian radio commenter, showman and political figure.
Luke 9 is the ninth chapter of the Gospel of Luke in the New Testament of the Christian Bible.
, also called Multiple General Node Combine System or Mu.Gen.Bine is a Japanese transforming robot toyline first released on December 27, 2003 by Bandai.
Madam Pigott is the local ghost story in the market town of Newport, Shropshire.
Mader Stein, or Maderstein, is a (NHN) high hill in North Hesse, Schwalm-Eder-Kreis, north-east of the village of Maden, which belongs to the town of Gudensberg.
Magic in Anglo-Saxon England refers to the belief and practice of magic by the Anglo-Saxons between the fifth and eleventh centuries AD in Early Mediaeval England.
Magnetic flux leakage (TFI or Transverse Field Inspection technology) is a magnetic method of nondestructive testing that is used to detect corrosion and pitting in steel structures, most commonly pipelines and storage tanks.
The Maiden Stone, also known as the Drumdurno Stone after the nearby farm, is a Pictish standing stone near Inverurie in Aberdeenshire in Scotland, probably dating to the 9th century AD.
Gregory Hill (21 May 1941 – 20 July 2000), better known by the pen name Malaclypse the Younger, was one of the two writers of the Principia Discordia, along with Kerry Wendell Thornley (a.k.a. Lord Omar Khayyam Ravenhurst).
Malanka (Маланка, Schedry vecher — Generous Eve, Шчодры вечар, Маланья Malanya) is a Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Russian folk holiday celebrated on 13 January, which is New Year's Eve in accordance with the Julian calendar (see Old New Year).
Malebolgia (also referred to at times as the Devil Malebolgia) is a fictional character, appearing as the original main antagonist in comic books featuring the superhero Spawn.
Maleficium (plural: maleficia) as a Latin term, "An act of witchcraft performed with the intention of causing damage or injury; the resultant harm." It comes from the, "Early 17th century; earliest use found in George Abbot (1562–1633), archbishop of Canterbury.
Mallorca, or Majorca, is the largest island in the Balearic Islands, which are part of Spain and located in the Mediterranean.
Carnival (Maltese: il-Karnival ta' Malta) has had an important place on the Maltese cultural calendar for just under five centuries, having been introduced to the Islands by Grand Master Piero de Ponte in 1535.
Man and Superman is a four-act drama written by George Bernard Shaw in 1903.
In myth, mandragoras are familiar demons who appear in the figures of little men without beards.
Margaret White (née Brigham) is a fictional character created by Stephen King in his first published 1974 novel, Carrie, where she is the main antagonist.
Margit Sandemo (née Underdal, born 23 April 1924) is a Norwegian-Swedish historical fantasy author.
Mari, also called Mari Urraca, Anbotoko Mari ("the lady of Anboto"), and Murumendiko Dama ("lady of Murumendi") was a goddess—a lamia—of the Basques.
Maria Gaetana Agnesi (16 May 1718 – 9 January 1799) was an Italian mathematician, philosopher, theologian, and humanitarian.
Blessed Maria Grazia Tarallo (23 September 1866 – 27 July 1912) was an Italian Roman Catholic nun.
The Mariavite Church was an independent Christian church that emerged from the Catholic Church of Poland at the turn of the 20th century.
Marija Jurić, pen-name Zagorka (March 2, 1873 – November 30, 1957) was a Croatian journalist and writer.
Mark Benton (born 16 November 1965) is an English actor, known for his roles as Eddie in Early Doors, Howard in Northern Lights and Martin Pond in Barbara.
Mark David Chapman (born May 10, 1955) is an American murderer who shot and killed John Lennon at the entrance to the Dakota apartment building in New York City on December 8, 1980.
Mark Osipovich Reizen, also Reisen or Reyzen (Марк Осипович Рейзен, – November 25, 1992), PAU, was a leading Soviet opera singer with a beautiful and expansive bass voice.
"Markheim" is a short story by Robert Louis Stevenson, originally prepared for the Pall Mall Gazette in 1884, but published in 1885 in The Broken Shaft: Tales of Mid-Ocean as part of Unwin's Christmas Annual.
Marlborough Rugby Union was a New Zealand rugby union team that played from 1888–2005.
Martha Corey (1619 or 1620 – September 22, 1692) was accused and convicted of witchcraft during the Salem witch trials, alongside her second husband, Giles Corey.
Martin Luther, Heretic is a 1983 film made to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the birth of Martin Luther.
Martin Mathias Secor (February 4, 1841 – January 5, 1911) was the founder and proprietor of the Northwestern Trunk and Traveling Bag Manufactory and the M. M. Secor Trunk Company in Racine, Wisconsin.
Saint Martin of Tours (Sanctus Martinus Turonensis; 316 or 336 – 8 November 397) was Bishop of Tours, whose shrine in France became a famous stopping-point for pilgrims on the road to Santiago de Compostela in Spain.
Mother Mary Cecilia of Jesus, O.C.D., (7 September 1908 – 13 December 1982) is a noted Discalced Carmelite Nun and Prioress of the Carmelite Monastery in Lipa during the alleged apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary under the title of Our Lady, Mediatrix of All Grace (1948).
Mary MacLane (May 1, 1881 – c. August 6, 1929) was a controversial Canadian-born American writer whose frank memoirs helped usher in the confessional style of autobiographical writing.
Mary Morgan was a young servant in the early 19th century in Presteigne, Radnorshire, Wales, convicted and hanged for killing her newborn child.
Mary, Untier of Knots or Mary, Undoer of Knots is the name of both a Marian devotion and a Baroque painting (German: Wallfahrtsbild or Gnadenbild) which represents that devotion.
Each Brazilian football team has a number of symbols attached to it and used prominently by the fandom.
A mask is an object normally worn on the face, typically for protection, disguise, performance, or entertainment.
Master Man was a Kid Eternity villain who made his first appearance in Kid Eternity #15.
Matt Roper is a British comedian, writer and musician.
Matthew 4:24 is the twenty-fourth verse of the fourth chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament.
Matthew Hopkins (c. 1620 – 12 August 1647) was an English witch-hunter whose career flourished during the English Civil War.
Matthew Hopkins (ca. 1620–1647) was an English witchhunter whose career flourished during the time of the English Civil War.
Matthias Flacius Illyricus (Latin; Matija Vlačić Ilirik) (3 March 1520 – 11 March 1575) was a Lutheran reformer from Istria, present day Croatia.
Amy Maud Bodkin (1875 in Chelmsford, Essex – 1967 in Hatfield, Hertfordshire) was an English classical scholar, writer on mythology, and literary critic.
Maurice Garçon (25 November 1889, Lille – 29 December 1967, Paris) was a French novelist, historian, essayist and lawyer.
Max von Sydow (born Carl Adolf von Sydow, 10 April 1929) is a Swedish actor.
"May Day Eve" is a short story written by Filipino National Artist Nick Joaquin.
Maya Herrera is a fictional character in the NBC drama Heroes, portrayed by Dania Ramirez.
In Japanese mythology and fantasy, are supernatural beings, normally evil ones such as devils or demons.
Märet Jonsdotter (1644 – September 1672) was an alleged Swedish witch.
Stanley Kirk Burrell (born March 30, 1962), better known by his stage name MC Hammer (or simply Hammer), is an American hip hop recording artist, dancer, record producer and entrepreneur.
Anti-Semitism in the history of the Jews in the Middle Ages became increasingly prevalent in the Late Middle Ages.
During the Middle Ages magic in Europe took on many forms.
Medieval theatre refers to theatrical performance in the period between the fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century A.D. and the beginning of the Renaissance in approximately the 15th century A.D. Medieval Theatre covers all drama produced in Europe over that thousand-year period and refers to a variety of genres, including liturgical drama, mystery plays, morality plays, farces and masques.
The Medway Megaliths, sometimes termed the Kentish Megaliths, are a group of Early Neolithic chambered long barrows and other megalithic monuments located in the lower valley of the River Medway in Kent, South-East England.
Memnoch the Devil (1995) is a horror novel by American writer Anne Rice, the fifth in her Vampire Chronicles series, following The Tale of the Body Thief.
Mental health is a level of psychological well-being or an absence of mental illness.
The Mephisto Waltzes are four waltzes composed by Franz Liszt in 1859–62, 1880–81, 1883 and 1885.
This article lists cultural references to Mephistopheles, the fictional devil from Faust and Doctor Faustus who has been used in other pieces of literature, film, comics and music.
A merchant's mark is an emblem or device adopted by a merchant, and placed on goods or produce sold by him in order to keep track of them, or as a sign of authentication.
Ceramics in Mexico date back thousands of years before the Pre-Columbian period, when ceramic arts and pottery crafts developed with the first advanced civilizations and cultures of Mesoamerica.
Mi Pecado (Literally "My Sin" but known in English speaking markets as "Burden of Guilt") is a Mexican telenovela that was produced by Televisa and aired on El Canal de las Estrellas from Monday, June 15, 2009, through Friday, November 13, 2009.
Michael Ian Black (born Michael Ian Schwartz; August 12, 1971) is an American comedian, actor, writer, and director.
Michael Lieber is a British stage and screen actor known for playing the real life mathematician John E. Littlewood in the 2014 biopic period drama 'Ramanujan' and his disturbing performance as Mark Crowe in the dark thriller 'A Room To Die For' produced by Sony Pictures.
Michelle Remembers is a book published in 1980 co-written by Canadian psychiatrist Lawrence Pazder and his psychiatric patient (and eventual wife) Michelle Smith.
Midnight Nation, a religious-themed twelve-issue American comic book limited series created by J. Michael Straczynski and published from 2000 to 2002 by Top Cow Productions under their Joe's Comics imprint, is about a man who is killed, in a sense, and is on a journey to save his soul.
Might and Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven, commonly abbreviated to Might and Magic VI or simply MM6, is a role-playing video game developed by New World Computing and published by 3DO in 1998.
Mike Quinn (born 1964) is an English actor, animator, and puppeteer.
Mikulás (or Szent Miklós) is the Hungarian version of Saint Nicholas, and a similar figure to Santa Claus.
The English word militant is both an adjective and a noun, and is generally used to mean vigorously active, combative and aggressive, especially in support of a cause, as in "militant reformers".
Anna Maria Mazzini (born 25 March 1940), Anna Maria Quaini (for the Swiss civil registry), known as Mina Mazzini or simply Mina, is an Italian singer.
Ming the Merciless is a character who first appeared in the Flash Gordon comic strip in 1934.
The expression minor exorcism can be used in a technical sense or a general sense.
Mir Mohammad Ali (میر محمد علی) or Ali Meer (علی میر) is a Pakistani comedian who appears in Khabarnaak on GEO News.
Mission Viejo High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school located in Mission Viejo, California, United States, as part of the Saddleback Valley Unified School District.
Mister Boffo is an American comic strip created by Joe Martin.
The Mixe (Spanish mixe or rarely mije) are an indigenous people of Mexico inhabiting the eastern highlands of the state of Oaxaca.
The word mogwai is the transliteration of the Cantonese word 魔鬼 (Jyutping: mo1 gwai2; Standard Chinese: 魔鬼; pinyin: móguǐ) meaning "monster", "evil spirit", "devil" or "demon".
Monk's Well is a grade II listed holly well located on Mill Lane, in Wavertree, Liverpool.
Monster Maker is 45-minute television special, adapted by Matthew Jacobs from the novel of the same name by Nicholas Fisk.
The Monster of Lake Tota is a legendary aquatic animal known in many works as diablo ballena (English: "devil whale") and is an inhabitant of Lake Tota in Colombia.
Mount Pelier Hill is a 383-metre (1,257-foot) hill in County Dublin, Ireland.
Moravia Central School District is a school district in Moravia, New York.
Morton Judd is a fictional character from the Judge Dredd comic strip and first appears in progs 559-563 of the British comic 2000 AD, in the story "Oz".
Mosesמֹשֶׁה, Modern Tiberian ISO 259-3; ܡܘܫܐ Mūše; موسى; Mωϋσῆς was a prophet in the Abrahamic religions.
The Moses (Mosè; c. 1513–1515) is a sculpture by the Italian High Renaissance artist Michelangelo Buonarroti, housed in the church of San Pietro in Vincoli in Rome.
Mother Ludlam's Cave, also known as Mother Ludlum's Cave or Mother Ludlum's Hole, is a small cave in the sandstone cliff of the Wey Valley at Moor Park, near Farnham, Surrey, in England.
"Mother Trudy" (German: Frau Trude) is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm, tale number 43.
Mount Rainier is a city in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States.
Mount Welel (also known as Tullu Welel) is a mountain in southwestern Ethiopia.
The Mowing-Devil: or, Strange News out of Hartford-shire is the title of an English woodcut pamphlet published in 1678.
Muiredach's High Cross is a high cross from the 10th or possibly 9th century, located at the ruined monastic site of Monasterboice, in County Louth, Ireland.
Mum and the Sothsegger is an anonymous fifteenth century alliterative English poem, written during the "Alliterative Revival." It is ostensibly an example of medieval debate poetry between the principles of the oppressive figure of Mum ("Silence", as in "to keep mum") and the unruly, wild Sothsegger ("Truth-Speaker", cognate with the modern word "soothsayer").
The Frauenkirche (Full name: Dom zu Unserer Lieben Frau, Cathedral of Our Dear Lady) is a church in the Bavarian city of Munich that serves as the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising and seat of its Archbishop.
Murder by Death is an American five-piece indie rock band from Bloomington, Indiana.
Museum Boerhaave is a museum of the history of science and medicine, based in Leiden, Netherlands.
The historic county of Sussex in southern England has a rich musical heritage that encompasses the genres of folk, classical and rock and popular music amongst others.
Carnivàle is an American television series set in the United States during the Great Depression.
The mythology of Indonesia is very diverse, the Indonesian people consisting of hundreds of ethnic groups, each with their own myths and legends that explain the origin of their people, the tales of their ancestors and the demons or deities in their belief systems.
The mythology of the MTV supernatural action drama series Teen Wolf follows a teenager named Scott McCall (Tyler Posey), who is bitten by an Alpha werewolf and must cope with how it affects his life and the lives of those closest to him and Dylan O'Brien as "Stiles" Stilinski, Scott's best friend.
Napoli, or The Fisherman and His Bride is a ballet created in 1842 for Denmark's Royal Ballet by Danish choreographer and ballet master August Bournonville.
The Nation of Islam, abbreviated as NOI, is an African American political and religious movement, founded in Detroit, Michigan, United States, by Wallace D. Fard Muhammad on July 4, 1930.
Nazareno Cruz and the Wolf (Nazareno Cruz y el lobo) is a 1975 Argentine fantasy film directed by Leonardo Favio and starring Juan José Camero and Alfredo Alcón.
Nazareth is a borough in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, in the United States.
During and after the Second World War, Nazism became a key driving force behind Allied propaganda, as well as the development of the superhero during the Golden Age of comics.
Nebo School District is a public school district in Utah County, Utah, serving the southern part of the county.
Necromania (sometimes subtitled A Tale of Weird Love) is a pornographic film by Ed Wood, released in 1971.
Edward "Ned" Kelly (December 1854 – 11 November 1880) was an Australian bushranger, outlaw, gang leader and convicted police murderer.
A is any of the fictional antagonistic organizations who seek out the Precious in the 30th Super Sentai Series GoGo Sentai Boukenger.
Neopaganism in South Africa is primarily represented by the traditions of Wicca, contemporary Witchcraft, Germanic neopaganism and Neo-Druidism.
Nerd Nation (broadcast January 19, 2004 - March 22, 2004) is an American TV show on TechTV that focused on the life of nerds and other geeks.
Nero Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus and his reign have been used in music, literature, the arts, and even in business.
"Never Bet the Devil Your Head", often subtitled "A Tale with a Moral", is a short story by American author Edgar Allan Poe, first published in 1841.
is a 1994 Japanese anime series in the Cutie Honey media franchise created by Go Nagai.
New England Institute of Religious Research (NEIRR) is a ministry located in Massachusetts which provides information on groups which it considers to be cultic structures.
Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli (3 May 1469 – 21 June 1527) was an Italian diplomat, politician, historian, philosopher, humanist, and writer of the Renaissance period.
Nicholas Rémy, Latin Remigius (1530–1616) was a French magistrate who became famous as a hunter of witches comparable to Jean Bodin and De Lancre.
Nick is often a short form (hypocorism) of the given names Nicholas, Nikola or Nicolas.
Nickar is a demon or spirit in the Dictionnaire Infernal.
Nicky Cruz (born December 6, 1938) is a Christian evangelist, the founder of Nicky Cruz Outreach, an evangelistic Christian ministry.
Night of the Demons 2 is a 1994 American horror film directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith and starring Amelia Kinkade, Cristi Harris, Rick Peters, Jennifer Rhodes and Christine Taylor.
Nightwish are a symphonic metal band from Kitee, Finland.
The Nine Stones, also known as the Devil's Nine Stones, the Nine Ladies, or Lady Williams and her Dog, is a stone circle located near to the village of Winterbourne Abbas in the south-western English county of Dorset.
, stylized NisiOisiN to emphasize the palindrome, is the pen name of a Japanese novelist and manga writer.
A 'nisse', tomte, tomtenisse or 'tonttu' is a mythological creature from Nordic folklore today typically associated with the winter solstice and the Christmas season.
No One Can Stop Mr.
Norma Bates is a fictional character created by Robert Bloch in his 1959 novel Psycho.
North Atlantic Drift is the sixth album by Ocean Colour Scene.
The North Suburban Conference (NSC) is an extra-curricular conference of eight high schools located in Lake County, Illinois, in the northern suburbs of Chicago.
The Northern Edo Masquerades are a traditional ceremony practiced by the Edo people of Nigeria.
Profanity in the Norwegian language is referred to in Norwegian as banneord (curse words), bannskap (cursing), obskøniteter (obscenities) or upassende språk (inappropriate language).
The name "Nosferatu" has been presented as possibly an archaic Hungarian-Romanian word, synonymous with "vampire".
Nostalgia Critic is an American review comedy web television series created by, directed by and starring web comedian Doug Walker (born November 17, 1981).
Notker the Stammerer (Notcerus Balbulus; 840 – 6 April 912 AD), also called Notker I, Notker the Poet or Notker of Saint Gall, was a musician, author, poet, and Benedictine monk at the Abbey of Saint Gall, now in Switzerland.
November is a 2017 Estonian fantasy drama film directed by Rainer Sarnet, based on Andrus Kivirähk's novel Rehepapp ehk November (Old Barny aka November).
The nuckelavee or nuckalavee is a horse-like demon from Orcadian mythology that combines equine and human elements.
Nyarlathotep is a character in the works of H. P. Lovecraft and other writers.
Nymphetamine is the sixth studio album by Cradle of Filth.
Oak Hill High School (previously known as Collins High School) is a high school located in Oak Hill, West Virginia.
Oats Studios is an independent film studio started in 2017 by Oscar-nominated Canadian filmmaker Neill Blomkamp.
The following events occurred in October 1964.
"Of Late I Think of Cliffordville" is episode 116 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone.
Oh, God! You Devil is a 1984 American comedy film starring George Burns, Ted Wass, Ron Silver and Roxanne Hart.
Oh, Sleeper is an American Christian metalcore band from Fort Worth, Texas that forged themselves in 2006 with ex-members of Between The Buried and Me, As Cities Burn, and Terminal.
The Oil of Catechumens is the oil used in some traditional Christian churches during baptism; it is believed to strengthen the one being baptized to turn away from evil, temptation and sin.
Okeus (also known as Okee) was a malevolent god in the mythology of the Powhatan tribe of Virginia, the evil counterpart of the god Ahone.
Old Harry may refer to.
Old Harry Rocks are three chalk formations, including a stack and a stump, located at Handfast Point, on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset, southern England.
Old Harry's Game is a UK radio comedy written and directed by Andy Hamilton, who also plays the cynical, world-weary Satan.
Old Nick can mean.
Old Scratch or Mr.
Oliver Bell (born 13 May 2004) is an American actor, based in Florida.
"One Leg Too Few" is a comedy sketch written by Peter Cook and most famously performed by Cook and Dudley Moore.
Onida is an electronics brand of Mirc Electronics, based in India.
Onimar Synn is a fictional extraterrestrial demon, a comic book character published by DC Comics.
In Malay ghost beliefs, The Orang Minyak is a supernatural creature coated with shiny black grease who abducts young women by night.
An orc (also spelled ork) is a fictional humanoid creature that is part of a fantasy race akin to goblins.
In geometry, the order-6 square tiling is a regular tiling of the hyperbolic plane.
Ordo Virtutum (Latin for Order of the Virtues) is an allegorical morality play, or liturgical drama, by St. Hildegard, composed c. 1151, during the construction and relocation of her Abbey at Rupertsberg.
Original sin, also called "ancestral sin", is a Christian belief of the state of sin in which humanity exists since the fall of man, stemming from Adam and Eve's rebellion in Eden, namely the sin of disobedience in consuming the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
The heresy at Orléans in 1022 was an early instance heresy in Europe.
The Diablada or Dance de Diablos (Dance of the Devils), is a primival, typical Andean masked dance.
The Blessed Osanna of Mantua, T.O.S.D. (also Hosanna) (17 January 1449, Mantua, Italy - 1505) was an Italian Dominican tertiary who gained notice as a stigmatic and mystic.
Osculum infame is the name of a witch's supposed ritual greeting upon meeting with the Devil.
Leopold Hermann Oskar Panizza (12 November 1853 – 28 September 1921) was a German psychiatrist and avant-garde author, playwright, novelist, poet, essayist, publisher and literary journal editor.
The ouija, also known as a spirit board or talking board, is a flat board marked with the letters of the alphabet, the numbers 0–9, the words "yes", "no", "hello" (occasionally), and "goodbye", along with various symbols and graphics.
Mary, Mediatrix of All Grace (María, Mediadora de Toda-Gracia; María, Tagapamagitan ng Lahat ng Biyaya; Maria, Mediatrice di Tutta-Grazia) is a Marian apparition that allegedly took place in the Carmelite Monastery of Lipa, Batangas, Philippines, to a former Carmelite postulant, Teresita Castillo.
Our Mother of Sheshan or Our Lady of Sheshan (佘山聖母), also known as Our Mother (or Lady) of Zo-sè (Zo-sè being original from the earlier romanization of the Shanghainese pronunciation of Sheshan), is a celebrated Marian title of the Blessed Virgin Mary venerated by Chinese Roman Catholics.
Outer Dark is the second novel by American writer Cormac McCarthy, published in 1968.
Overtoun Bridge is a category B-listed structure over the Overtoun Burn on the approach road to Overtoun House, near Dumbarton in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland.
Overtoun House is a 19th-century country house and estate in West Dunbartonshire, Scotland.
The Paenitentiale Theodori (also known as the Iudicia Theodori or Canones Theodori) is an early medieval penitential handbook based on the judgements of Archbishop Theodore of Canterbury.
Painswick is a village and civil parish in Gloucestershire, England.
Saint Palladius of Embrun (Pallade, Pélade, Patllari, Pal·ladi) (d. ca. 541 AD) was a 6th-century bishop of Embrun.
Sheev Palpatine (also known by his Sith identity Darth Sidious and publicly as Senator, then Supreme Chancellor, and later Emperor) is a fictional character and one of the primary antagonists of the ''Star Wars'' franchise, mainly portrayed by Ian McDiarmid.
Pan Samochodzik (Polish for Mister Automobile, also known as Tomasz N.N.) is a fictional art historian, journalist, renowned adventurer and historical detective created by Polish writer Zbigniew Nienacki.
Pan Twardowski, in Polish folklore and literature, is a sorcerer who made a deal with the Devil.
La Panhypocrisiade, ou la comédie infernale du seizième siècle (The Panhypocrisiade, or The Infernal Comedy of the Sixteenth Century) is a poem in sixteen cantos by Louis Jean Népomucène Lemercier, composed essentially under the French Consulate but not published until 1819 (see 1819 in poetry).
Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics is the 13th album by American comedian George Carlin.
The Parkside Football club is an Australian rules football club located 8 km north east of Melbourne in the suburb of Alphington.
The Passion of Saint Perpetua, Saint Felicitas, and their Companions is one of the oldest and most notable early Christian texts.
The Passion Play or Easter pageant (senakulo) is a dramatic presentation depicting the Passion of Jesus Christ: his trial, suffering and death.
Marion Gordon "Pat" Robertson (born March 22, 1930) is an American media mogul, executive chairman, politician, and former Southern Baptist minister who advocates a conservative Christian ideology.
Heraclius or Eraclius (1128 – 1190/91), was archbishop of Caesarea and Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem.
Paul Jules André Marion (27 June 1899, Asnières-sur-Seine – 2 March 1954) was a French Communist and subsequently far right journalist and political activist.
Paul Gladney (born August 4, 1941), better known by the stage name Paul Mooney, is an American comedian, writer, social critic, and television and film actor.
Paul Reubens (né Rubenfeld; born August 27, 1952) is an American actor, writer, film producer, game show host, and comedian, best known for his character Pee-wee Herman.
Dame Paula Rego, (born 26 January 1935), is a Portuguese visual artist who is particularly known for her paintings and prints based on storybooks.
Peer Gynt is a five-act play in verse by the Norwegian dramatist Henrik Ibsen published in 1867.
Pelagia (Πελαγία), distinguished as Pelagia of Antioch, Pelagia the Penitent, and Pelagia the Harlot, was a legendary Christian saint and hermit in the 4th or 5th century.
Penal substitution (sometimes, esp. in older writings, called forensic theory)D.
Penns Grove High School is a four-year comprehensive public high school that serves students in ninth through twelfth grades from Carneys Point Township and Penns Grove in Salem County, New Jersey, United States, operating as part of the Penns Grove-Carneys Point Regional School District.
A penny is a coin (. pennies) or a unit of currency (pl. pence) in various countries.
Perchta or Berchta (English: Bertha), also commonly known as Percht and other variations, was once known as a goddess in Alpine paganism in the Upper German and Austrian regions of the Alps.
Perelandra (also titled Voyage to Venus in a later edition published by Pan Books) is the second book in the Space Trilogy of C. S. Lewis, set in the Field of Arbol.
Perkele means devil in modern Finnish and is a popular profanity.
Peronne Goguillon (died 29 May 1679) was an alleged French witch.
In Slavic mythology, Perun (Cyrillic: Перун) is the highest god of the pantheon and the god of thunder and lightning.
Peste Noire, taking their name from the Black Plague, is a black metal band from La Chaise-Dieu, France.
Peter Edward Cook (17 November 1937 – 9 January 1995) was an English actor, satirist, writer and comedian.
Saint Peter Damian (Petrus Damianus; Pietro or Pier Damiani; – 21 or 22 February 1072 or 1073) was a reforming Benedictine monk and cardinal in the circle of Pope Leo IX.
Peter Niers (or Niersch) was a German bandit and reputed serial killer who was executed on 16 September 1581 in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, some 40 km distant from Nuremberg.
Blessed Peter of Siena (died 1321) was a 14th-century Franciscan missionary and martyr.
Peter Popoff (born July 2, 1946) is a German-born televangelist.
Peter Schlemihl is the title character of an 1814 novella, (Peter Schlemihl's Miraculous Story), written in German by exiled French aristocrat Adelbert von Chamisso.
Peter Stumpp (died 1589) (whose name is also spelled as Peter Stube, Peter Stubbe, Peter Stübbe or Peter Stumpf) was a German farmer, accused of werewolfery, witchcraft and cannibalism.
A petrosomatoglyph is a supposed image of parts of a human or animal body in rock.
The so-called Pett Dynasty was a family of shipwrights who prospered in England between the 15th and 17th centuries.
Peyman Fattahi (پیمان فتاحی born 1973 in Kermanshah, Iran), also known as Master Elias M. Ramollah (استاد ایلیا میم), is the founder and leader of the El Yasin Community (جمیعت آل یاسین).
Phantasmagoria (also fantasmagorie, fantasmagoria) was a form of horror theatre that (among other techniques) used one or more magic lanterns to project frightening images such as skeletons, demons, and ghosts onto walls, smoke, or semi-transparent screens, typically using rear projection to keep the lantern out of sight.
In Latter-day Saint theology, Pharaoh is the proper name of the first king of Egypt, as found in the Book of Abraham in the Pearl of Great Price.
Phil Fondacaro (born November 8, 1958) is an American actor.
Philip Melanchthon (born Philipp Schwartzerdt; 16 February 1497 – 19 April 1560) was a German Lutheran reformer, collaborator with Martin Luther, the first systematic theologian of the Protestant Reformation, intellectual leader of the Lutheran Reformation, and an influential designer of educational systems.
The Physiologus is a didactic Christian text written or compiled in Greek by an unknown author, in Alexandria; its composition has been traditionally dated to the 2nd century AD by readers who saw parallels with writings of Clement of Alexandria, who is asserted to have known the text, though Alan Scott has made a case for a date at the end of the 3rd or in the 4th century.
As of the 2016-2017 and the 2017-2018 school years, there will be 570 high school football teams competing in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association's (PIAA) 12 Districts. Each district is divided into numerous leagues and conferences, with an upgrade of the class rankings. Up until the end of the 2016 school year there were only four class rankings, ranging from Class A to Class AAAA. At the beginning of the PIAA 2016-17 school year there will be 2 more class rankings added, making 6 total class rankings. The rankings will range from Class A (1A) to Class AAAAAA (6A). As of the beginning of the 2016-17 school year the PIAA will have 90 A class, 96 AA class, 96 AAA class, 89 AAAA class, 103 AAAAA class and 96 AAAAAA class ranked schools competing throughout the football season. Every 2 years the PIAA reconfigures the class ranks, due to student population changes throughout the Pennsylvania school districts. Below listed are the PIAA football leagues, conferences and teams as of the beginning of the 2016-17 season. The following list of schools does not include every school in the state of Pennsylvania, only the schools with PIAA recognized football teams.
The Pied Piper of Hamelin has appeared many times in popular culture.
The Pierre Percée is a natural arch located on a hill of Matheysine, in the Isère département, upon the commune of Pierre-Châtel.
Pietro d'Abano, also known as Petrus de Apono, Petrus Aponensis or Peter of Abano (Premuda, Loris. "Abano, Pietro D'." in Dictionary of Scientific Biography. (1970). New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Vol. 1: p.4-5.1316), was an Italian philosopher, astrologer, and professor of medicine in Padua.
"Piggy Piggy" is the sixth episode of the first season of the television series American Horror Story, which premiered on the network FX on November 9, 2011.
Pinellas County Schools is the public school district serving Pinellas County, Florida.
A piru is a fiend or demon in Finnish mythology.
A pitchfork is an agricultural tool with a long handle and tynes used to lift and pitch or throw loose material, such as hay, straw or leaves.
The Pittenweem witches were five Scottish women accused of witchcraft in the small fishing village of Pittenweem in Fife on the east coast of Scotland in 1704.
"Plastic Jesus" is an American folk song written by Ed Rush and George Cromarty in 1957.
Play is a one-act play by Samuel Beckett.
Play for Today is a British television anthology drama series, produced by the BBC and transmitted on BBC1 from 1970 to 1984.
Please To See The King is the second album by Steeleye Span, released in 1971.
Pluto (Latin: Plūtō; Πλούτων) was the ruler of the underworld in classical mythology.
Pluto Water was a trademark for a strongly laxative natural water product which was very popular in the United States in the early 20th century.
PNS Ghazi (previously USS Diablo (SS-479); reporting name: Ghazi),, was a diesel-electric and the first fast-attack submarine of the Pakistan Navy, leased from the United States in 1963.
Pocker may refer to.
Pontius Pilate's wife, otherwise unnamed in the Bible, appears in a single verse of the Gospel of Matthew, where she tries to persuade her husband not to condemn Jesus to death.
Pope Night (also called Pope's Night, Pope Day, or Pope's Day) was an anti-Catholic holiday celebrated annually on November 5 in the colonial United States.
Pornocrates, Pornokratès, La dame au cochon, or The Lady with the Pig is a work by the Belgian artist Félicien Rops, created in 1878.
The possession of Elizabeth Knapp of Groton, Massachusetts was documented by Samuel Willard, a prominent preacher in the Puritan, Massachusetts Bay Colony from October 30, 1671 until January 12, 1672.
Poundsgate is a small village in Dartmoor, Devon, England, located on the road between Ashburton and Princetown.
Prats-de-Mollo-la-Preste is a commune in the Pyrénées-Orientales department in southern France, near the border with Spain and the Autonomous Community of Catalonia.
A prayer rope (κομποσκοίνι - komboskini; чётки - chotki (most common term) or вервица - vervitsa (literal translation); misbaḥa; Romanian: metanii / metanier; Serbian: бројаница / brojanica - broyanitsa; броеница - broyenitsa; Coptic: ⲙⲉⲕⲩⲧⲁⲣⲓⲁ - mequetaria/mequtaria) is a loop made up of complex woven knots formed in a cross pattern, usually out of wool or silk.
Prösels Castle (German: Schloss Prösels; Italian: Castello di Presule) is a castle in the Gothic style which stands on the high plain below the Schlern mountain, in South Tyrol.
The central and eastern Alps of Europe are rich in folklore traditions dating back to pre-Christian times, with surviving elements amalgamated from Germanic, Gaulish (Gallo-Roman), Slavic, (Carantanian) and Raetian culture.
Premature burial, also known as live burial, burial alive, or vivisepulture, means to be buried while still alive.
Pretty Little Baka Guy is a 1986 album by the female Japanese rock trio Shonen Knife.
"Printer's Devil" is an episode of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone.
Profanatica is a black metal band from New York.
Professor Weston (full name Edward Rolles Weston) is arguably one of C. S. Lewis's greatest satanic characters.
Psalm 91 (Greek numbering: Psalm 90), referred to by its Latin title Qui habitat (after its first line, "Whoso dwelleth under the defence of the Most High"), is known as the Psalm of Protection.
Ptolemy the Gnostic, or Ptolemaeus Gnosticus, was a disciple of the Gnostic teacher Valentinius and is known for the Letter to Flora, an epistle he wrote to a wealthy woman named Flora, herself not a gnostic.
Pullin' the Devil by the Tail is a short stop motion animation film, made by Stephen McCollum in 2003 that has won several awards.
Pumpernickel is a typically heavy, slightly sweet rye bread traditionally made with sourdough starter and coarsely ground rye.
Punch; or, The London Charivari was a British weekly magazine of humour and satire established in 1841 by Henry Mayhew and engraver Ebenezer Landells.
Punch and Judy is a traditional, popular, and usually violent puppet show featuring Pulcinella (Mr. Punch) and his wife Judy.
The Strega Borgia Chronicles is a series of black comedy novels for older children by award-winning Scottish writer and illustrator Debi Gliori.
The Purifiers, also known as the Stryker Crusade, are a fictional paramilitary/terrorist organization appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.
The PZL TS-8 Bies is a Polish trainer aircraft, used from 1957 to the 1970s by the Polish Air Force and civilian aviation.
Qantas (QantasLink) Flight 1737 was an afternoon Australian domestic flight from Melbourne Airport to Launceston Airport, which was subject to an attempted hijacking on 29 May 2003.
The Quadrant Shopping Centre is the principal under-cover shopping centre in Swansea, Wales.
Quatermass and the Pit is a British television science-fiction serial transmitted live by BBC Television in December 1958 and January 1959.
Quatermass and the Pit (titled Five Million Years to Earth in the United States) is a 1967 British science fiction horror film from Hammer Film Productions, a sequel to the earlier Hammer films The Quatermass Xperiment and Quatermass 2.
Quautlatas (Northern Tepehuán pronunciation: /quäutlˈätäs/) was a Tepehuán religious leader who inspired the bloody Tepehuán Revolt against the Spanish in Mexico in 1616.
Queen of Elphame or "Elf-hame" (-hame stem only occurs in conjectural reconstructed orthography), in the folklore belief of Lowland Scotland and Northern England, designates the elfin queen of Faerie, mentioned in Scottish witch trials.
The Questing Beast, or the Beast Glatisant (Barking Beast), is a monster from Arthurian legend.
Questions of Truth is a book by John Polkinghorne and Nicholas Beale which offers their responses to 51 questions about science and religion.
Quis ut Deus?, a Latin sentence meaning "Who like God?", is a literal translation of the name Michael (מִיכָאֵל, transliterated Micha'el or Mîkhā'ēl).
Rabbits and hares are common motifs in the visual arts, with variable mythological and artistic meanings in different cultures.
Radulf (died 1220) was a 13th-century Scoto-Norman Cistercian monk and abbot.
Rafael Vicente Correa Delgado (born 6 April 1963) is an Ecuadorian politician and economist who served as President of Ecuador from 2007 to 2017.
Raining animals is a rare meteorological phenomenon in which flightless animals fall from the sky.
Rancocas Valley Regional High School is a regional high school and public school district serving students in ninth through twelfth grades from five communities in Burlington County, New Jersey.
Randall Flagg is a fictional character created by American author Stephen King, who has appeared in at least nine of his novels.
Rastafari, sometimes termed Rastafarianism, is an Abrahamic religion that developed in Jamaica during the 1930s.
Raymond Herbert Wise (born August 20, 1947) is an American actor.
Reaper is an American comedy television series that focuses on Sam Oliver, a "reaper" who works for the Devil by retrieving souls that have escaped from Hell.
The following is a list of recurring Saturday Night Live characters and sketches introduced between September 26, 2009, and May 15, 2010, the thirty-fifth season of ''SNL''.
The Red Jews were a legendary Jewish nation that appear in vernacular sources in Germany during the medieval era, from the 5th to the 15th century.
The papacy underwent important changes from 1517 to 1585 during the Protestant Reformation and Counter-Reformation.
Regality theory describes how war and other collective dangers have a profound influence on the psychological disposition of people, and how this in turn influences the structure and cultural values of a society.
Relic Hunter is a Canadian television series, starring Tia Carrere and Christien Anholt.
Religion in Brazil is more diverse compared to other Latin American countries.
According to the CIA World Factbook, around 90–95%.
Roman Catholic Christianity is the largest religion in Spain, but practical secularization is strong.
Religious antisemitism is aversion to or discrimination against Jews as a whole based on religious beliefs, false claims against Judaism and religious antisemitic canards.
A religious delusion is any delusion involving religious themes or subject matter.
Religious satire is a form of satire targeted at religious beliefs.
Charles Darwin's views on religion have been the subject of much interest.
Isaac Newton (4 January 1643 – 31 March 1727) was considered an insightful and erudite theologian by his contemporaries.
Rempstone Stone Circle is a stone circle located near to Corfe Castle on the Isle of Purbeck in the south-western English county of Dorset.
Rennes-le-Château (Rènnas del Castèl) is a small commune approximately 5 km (3 miles) south of Couiza, in the Aude department in Languedoc in southern France.
Renunciation (or renouncing) is the act of rejecting something, especially if it is something that the renouncer has previously enjoyed or endorsed.
Repossessed is a 1990 American comedy film that parodies the 1973 horror film, The Exorcist.
Rice University contains eleven residential colleges which function as the primary housing, dining, and social organizations for undergraduate students.
Reuben Aaron Miller (July 22, 1912 – March 7, 2006) was a self-taught folk artist, best known for his whirligigs, metal cutouts and drawings.
Rex Ingram (October 20, 1895 – September 19, 1969) was an American stage, film, and television actor.
Route 403, also known as the Quonset Freeway, is a numbered state highway located in Washington County and Kent County, Rhode Island, United States.
is a fictional character who appears in the light novel, anime, and manga series High School DxD authored by Ichiei Ishibumi.
Richard Cabell (d.5 July 1677), of Brook Hall, in the parish of Buckfastleigh on the south-western edge of Dartmoor, in Devon, is believed to be the inspiration for the wicked Hugo Baskerville, "the first of his family to be hounded to death when he hunted an innocent maiden over the moor by night", one of the central characters in Conan Doyle's novel The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901-2), the tale of a hellish hound and a cursed country squire.
Richard Cevantis Carrier (born December 1, 1969) is an American historian, atheist activist, author, public speaker and blogger.
Sir Richard Clough (c. 1530–1570), known by his Welsh contemporaries as Rhisiart Clwch, was a merchant from Denbigh, north-east Wales, and an agent of Queen Elizabeth I of England.
Richard Dadd (1 August 1817 – 7 January 1886) was an English painter of the Victorian era, noted for his depictions of fairies and other supernatural subjects, Orientalist scenes, and enigmatic genre scenes, rendered with obsessively minuscule detail.
Richard I (8 September 1157 – 6 April 1199) was King of England from 1189 until his death.
Richard Curry Marius (July 29, 1933 – November 5, 1999) was an American academic and writer.
The first season of the American animated television series, Rick and Morty originally aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's late night programming block, Adult Swim.
Rick's Story is the eighth novel in Canadian cartoonist Dave Sim's Cerebus comic book series.
"Riots, Drills and the Devil" is a two-part episode of the first season of the television series Prison Break.
"Road to Rupert" is the ninth episode of the fifth season of Family Guy.
Robert William Corddry (born February 4, 1971) is an American actor and comedian.
Robert Arp (born March 20, 1970 in Chicago, Illinois, United States) is an American philosopher known for his work in ethics, modern philosophy, ontology (information science), philosophy of biology, cognitive science, evolutionary psychology, and philosophy and popular culture.
Robert John Downey Jr. (born April 4, 1965) is an American actor and singer.
Robert le diable (Robert the Devil) is an opera in five acts composed by Giacomo Meyerbeer from a libretto written by Eugène Scribe and Germain Delavigne.
Robert Lindsay of Pitscottie (also Lindesay or Lyndsay; c. 1532–1580) was a Scottish chronicler, author of The Historie and Chronicles of Scotland, 1436–1565, the first history of Scotland to be composed in Scots rather than Latin.
Ambassador Robert Thorn is a fictional character and the protagonist of the 1976 horror film The Omen.
Rodrigo de Jerez was one of the Spanish crewmen who sailed to the Americas on the Santa Maria as part of Christopher Columbus's first voyage across the Atlantic Ocean in 1492.
Roger Bacon (Rogerus or Rogerius Baconus, Baconis, also Rogerus), also known by the scholastic accolade Doctor, was an English philosopher and Franciscan friar who placed considerable emphasis on the study of nature through empiricism.
Rokita is a Polish folk devil.
Roller Maidens From Outer Space is a 1974 comedy album by Phil Austin, one of the members of the comedy group Firesign Theatre.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Dumaguete (Lat: Dioecesis Dumaguetensis) is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines.
Roman Frederick Starzl (1899–1976) was an American author.
Romantic realism is an aesthetic term that usually refers to art which combines elements of both romanticism and realism.
Romulus Vereş (Cluj, January 23, 1929 – Ştei, December 13, 1993) was a notorious Romanian serial killer, better known as "The Man with the Hammer".
Rork is a series of eight graphic novels by German comic author Andreas.
Rosemary's Baby is a 1968 American psychological horror film with supernatural horror elements written and directed by Roman Polanski, based on the bestselling 1967 novel of the same name by Ira Levin.
Rougon High School was a school located at 13258 Louisiana Highway 416 in the town of Rougon, Louisiana.
Rowena in the Matter of Britain was the daughter of the mythological Anglo-Saxon chief Hengist and wife of Vortigern, "King of the Britons".
The Royal Castle in Poznań (Zamek Królewski w Poznaniu) dates from 1249 and the reign of Przemysł I. Located in the Polish city of Poznań, it was largely destroyed during the Second World War but has since been partly rebuilt.
Russian traditions, superstitions and beliefs include superstitions and customs of Russians.
Sabbat were a thrash metal band from Nottingham, England, consisting of Martin Walkyier (vocals), Andy Sneap (guitars), Simon Jones (guitars), Gizz Butt (bass) and Simon Negus (drums).
Saci is a character in Brazilian folklore.
Sacrifice was a religious activity in Maya culture, involving either the killing of animals or the bloodletting by members of the community, in rituals superintended by priests.
Saint Christopher (Ἅγιος Χριστόφορος, Ágios Christóforos) is venerated by several Christian denominations as a martyr killed in the reign of the 3rd-century Roman Emperor Decius (reigned 249–251) or alternatively under the Roman Emperor Maximinus II Dacian (reigned 308–313).
Saint Eligius (also Eloy or Loye) (Éloi) (11 June 588 – 1 December 660) is the patron saint of goldsmiths, other metalworkers, and coin collectors.
Joseph (translit) is a figure in the Gospels who was married to Mary, Jesus' mother, and, in the Christian tradition, was Jesus's legal father.
Saint Mary (Jèrriais: Sainte Mathie) is one of the twelve parishes of Jersey in the Channel Islands.
Saint Nicholas' Day, observed on December 6 in Western Christian countries and Romania, December 5 in the Netherlands and December 19 in Eastern Christian countries, is the feast day of Saint Nicholas.
Nonnus (Νόννος, Nónnos) was legendary 4th- or 5th-century Christian saint, said to have been an Egyptian monk who became a bishop in Syria and was responsible for the conversion of St Pelagia the harlot during one of the Synods of Antioch.
Saint-Hippolyte is a commune in the Haut-Rhin department in Grand Est in north-eastern France.
Salem is an American supernatural horror television series created by Brannon Braga and Adam Simon, loosely inspired by the real Salem witch trials in the 17th century.
Salem is a 1908 painting by the English painter Sydney Curnow Vosper, depicting a scene within Capel Salem, a Baptist Chapel in Pentre Gwynfryn, North Wales.
Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie (born 19 June 1947) is a British Indian novelist and essayist.
Sam Hill is an American English slang phrase, a euphemism or minced oath for "the devil" or "hell" personified (as in, "What in the Sam Hill is that?").
Samandarin or Samandarine is the main steroidal alkaloid secreted by the fire salamander (Salamandra salamandra).
Zinacantepec is a town and municipality located just west of the city of Toluca in Mexico State, Mexico.
Sanbenito (Spanish: sambenito; at the Diccionario de la Real Academia Española.Swimming the Christian Atlantic: Judeoconversos, Afroiberians and Amerindians in the Seventeenth Century, Jonathan Schorsch, BRILL, 2009, Catalan: gramalleta, sambenet) was a penitential garment that was used especially during the Spanish Inquisition.
"Sans logique" (English: "Without Logic") is a 1988 song recorded by French singer-songwriter Mylène Farmer.
Il Sant'Alessio (Saint Alexius) is an opera in three acts composed by Stefano Landi in 1631 with a libretto by Giulio Rospigliosi.
Santos Franco Sánchez (6 July 1942 - 6 February 1954) was a Spanish boy who is being considered for sainthood by the Roman Catholic Church.
Santos Vega was an Argentine gaucho, and invincible payador (a kind of minstrel that competed in singing competitions resembling dialectic discussions), who was only defeated by the Devil himself, disguised as the payador Juan sin Ropa ("John Clothless").
Satan is an entity in the Abrahamic religions that seduces humans into sin.
Satan is an embodiment of antagonism.
Satan Is Real is a gospel album by American country music duo The Louvin Brothers, released in 1959.
Satana may refer to.
Satanic is a 2006 American horror film directed by Dan Golden and starring Annie Sorell, Jeffrey Combs, Angus Scrimm and James Russo.
A Satanic film is a subgenre of horror film, and at times other film genres, that involves the Devil as a concept or a character.
Satanic ritual abuse (SRA, sometimes known as ritual abuse, ritualistic abuse, organised abuse, sadistic ritual abuse, and other variants) was the subject of a moral panic (often referred to as the Satanic Panic) that originated in the United States in the 1980s, spreading throughout many parts of the world by the late 1990s.
Satanism is a group of ideological and philosophical beliefs based on Satan.
The Sator Square (or Rotas Square) is a word square containing a five-word Latin palindrome: In particular, this is a square 2D palindrome, which is when a square text admits four symmetries: identity, two diagonal reflections, and 180 degree rotation.
Savage Dragon is an ongoing American comic book series created by Erik Larsen, published by Image Comics and taking place in the Image Universe.
"Savior's Shadow" is a song recorded by American country music artist Blake Shelton, taken as the second single from his tenth studio album, If I'm Honest (2016).
Sæmundur Sigfússon (or Sæmundur fróði) (Sæmundur the Learned) (1056–1133) was an Icelandic priest and scholar.
Scandinavian folklore or Nordic folklore is the folklore of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
Scandix pecten-veneris (shepherd's-needle, Venus' comb, Stork's needle) is a species of edible plant belonging to the parsley family.
Scary Godmother is a series of children's books and comic books created by artist Jill Thompson and published by Sirius Entertainment beginning in 1997.
Schöllenen Gorge (Schöllenenschlucht; Schöllenen) is a gorge formed by the upper Reuss in the Swiss canton of Uri between the towns of Göschenen to the north and Andermatt to the south.
Schizophonic (stylised as Schizö-phonic) is the debut studio album by pop singer Geri Halliwell.
The Scholomance (italic, Solomonărie) was a fabled school of black magic in Transylvania, which was run by the Devil.
Schwanda the Bagpiper (Švanda dudák), written in 1926, is an opera in two acts (five scenes), with music by Jaromír Weinberger to a Czech libretto by Miloš Kareš, based on the drama Strakonický dudák aneb Hody divých žen (The Bagpiper of Strakonice) by Josef Kajetán Tyl.
Scratchbury Camp is the site of an Iron Age univallate hillfort located on Scratchbury Hill, near the village of Norton Bavant in Wiltshire, England.
Scratchell's Bay is a bay on the south west coast of the Isle of Wight, England just to the south east of The Needles.
Sea Mither, or Mither of the Sea, is a mythical being of Orcadian folklore that lives in the sea during summer, when she confines the demonic nuckelavee to the ocean depths.
Seamus Liam Davey-Fitzpatrick (born December 29, 1998) is an American teen actor.
Sean Patrick Hayes (born June 26, 1970) is an American actor, singer, comedian, and producer.
Seán Ó hEochaidh (February 9, 1913 – January 18, 2002) was an Irish folklorist.
Second Time Lucky is a 1984 New Zealand erotic comedy film directed by Michael Anderson and starring Diane Franklin and Roger Wilson.
Seekers of the Sky (Искатели неба) is a series of two novels written by the popular Russian science fiction and fantasy writer Sergey Lukyanenko.
In science and engineering, a semi-log graph or semi-log plot is a way of visualizing data that are related according to an exponential relationship.
The Serer creation myth is the traditional creation myth of the Serer people of Senegal, the Gambia and Mauritania.
The Serer religion, or a ƭat Roog ("the way of the Divine"), is the original religious beliefs, practices, and teachings of the Serer people of Senegal in West Africa.
A serial killer is typically a person who murders three or more people,A serial killer is most commonly defined as a person who kills three or more people for psychological gratification; reliable sources over the years agree.
The Sermo Lupi ad Anglos ('The Sermon of the Wolf to the English') is the title given to a homily composed in England between 1010-1016 by Wulfstan II, Archbishop of York (died 1023), who commonly styled himself Lupus, or 'wolf' after the first element in his name.
Serpents (נחש nāḥāš) are referred to in both the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament.
The Severians were a sect of gnostic Encratites.
Shadowmancer is a fantasy novel by G. P. Taylor, first published privately in 2002.
The Shahnameh, also transliterated as Shahnama (شاهنامه, "The Book of Kings"), is a long epic poem written by the Persian poet Ferdowsi between c. 977 and 1010 CE and is the national epic of Greater Iran.
is a Japanese voice actor from Fukushima Prefecture who is affiliated with Sigma Seven.
Shebbear (pronounced sheb-be-er) is a village and civil parish in the District of Torridge in Devon, England.
The Shell Lake murders is the name of a single mass murder incident committed by Victor Ernest Hoffman (b. 1946, died May 21, 2004) in Shell Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada, during the early morning of August 15, 1967.
A shoulder angel is a plot device used for dramatic and/or humorous effect in fiction, mainly in animation and comic books/strips.
Show Biz Bugs is a 1957 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes animated short directed by Friz Freleng and featuring Mel Blanc as the voices of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.
Shylock is a character in William Shakespeare's play The Merchant of Venice.
Siôn Cent (c. 1400 – 1430/45), (or 1367? – 1430?) was a Welsh language poet, and is an important figure in Medieval Welsh literature.
A sign of contradiction, in Catholic theology, is someone who, upon manifesting holiness, is subject to extreme opposition.
Silbury Hill is a prehistoric artificial chalk mound near Avebury in the English county of Wiltshire.
Saints Simplicius, Faustinus and Beatrix (or Beatrice, Viatrix) were a group of Christian martyrs who died in Rome during the Diocletian persecution (302 or 303).
In a religious context, sin is the act of transgression against divine law.
Sin-Jin Smyth is an unreleased horror film written and directed by Ethan Dettenmaier, based on an old legend inspired by the Kansas Stull Cemetery.
Sinfest is an American webcomic by Tatsuya Ishida.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Middle English: Sir Gawayn and þe Grene Knyȝt) is a late 14th-century Middle English chivalric romance.
Sir John Bourke of Brittas (1550 – 20 December 1607), commonly called "Captain of Clanwilliam", was born about the middle of the 16th century.
Sirenik or Sireniki Eskimos are former speakers of a very peculiar Eskimo language in Siberia, before they underwent a language shift rendering it extinct.
Six By Nine College (also "6X9 College") is a webcomic loosely based on the college lives of writer Amber Marshall and artist 10er Bradley.
The Six Hills are a collection of Roman barrows situated alongside the old Great North Road on Six Hills Common in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England.
The Skeleton Army was a diffuse group, particularly in Southern England, that opposed and disrupted The Salvation Army's marches against alcohol in the late 19th century.
The sky often has important religious significance.
Sledovik (Следовик, in Russian literally – a Footprint Stone) is a most widespread type of sacred stones, venerated in Slavic (Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian) and Uralic (Karela, Merya) pagan practices.
Snake worship is devotion to serpent deities.
"So Appalled" is a song by American hip hop recording artist Kanye West from his fifth studio album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (2010).
So You Want To Be a Wizard is the first book in the Young Wizards series currently consisting of eleven books by Diane Duane.
Soča (Sonzia) is a dispersed settlement in the Municipality of Bovec in northwestern Slovenia.
Songs in A&E is the sixth studio album by English rock band Spiritualized and is their first since 2003's Amazing Grace.
"Sons a Witches" is the sixth episode in the twenty-first season of the American animated television series South Park.
Soulbury is a village and also a civil parish within Aylesbury Vale district in Buckinghamshire, England.
Soup's On is a 1948 Donald Duck animated short film directed by Jack Hannah, produced in Technicolor by Walt Disney Productions and released to theaters by RKO Radio Pictures.
The Spa witch trial took place in the city of Spa in present-day Belgium, in 1616.
Sparks is the third full-length studio album by rock band Fiction Plane.
"Speak of the devil" is the short form of the idiom "Speak of the devil and he doth appear" (or its alternative form "speak of the devil and he shall appear.").
A European superstition holds that spilling salt is an evil omen.
Spiritist Codification (or Spiritist Pentateuch) is the customary name given by spiritists to the set of books codified by Allan Kardec.
Within Christian communities, a spiritual attack is a perceived use of supernatural powers by the Devil to discourage the targeted Christian from their belief in God.
Spring-heeled Jack is an entity in English folklore of the Victorian era.
Springville High School is the one of two high schools that serves and is located in Springville, Utah, United States.
Squab pie is a traditional dish from South West England, with early records showing it was associated with Cornwall, Devon and Gloucestershire.
St Margaret Pattens is a Church of England church in the City of London, located on Eastcheap near the Monument.
St Mary's Priory Church, in Whitecross Street, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales, is an Anglican church founded as a Benedictine priory in 1075.
The St Mary-le-Bow public debates were recorded between 1964-1979 at the St Mary-le-Bow Church, London, and feature well-known public figures debating important issues of the time.
The Saint Michael Chapel is a Gothic style chapel in Košice, Slovakia.
The Olympia Bob Run St.
Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith is a 2005 American epic space opera film written and directed by George Lucas.
Stargazy pie (sometimes called starrey gazey pie, stargazey pie and other variants) is a Cornish dish made of baked pilchards (or sardines), along with eggs and potatoes, covered with a pastry crust.
Starless and Bible Black is the sixth studio album by English progressive rock band King Crimson, released in March 1974 by Island Records in the United Kingdom and by Atlantic Records in the United States.
Staurofila is a novel composed at the end of the 19th century by the Mexican author Maria Nestora Tellez (1828-1890), who described it as an allegorical tale.
"Stay Down Here Where You Belong" was a pacifist song written by Irving Berlin in 1914.
Steinn Steinarr (born Aðalsteinn Kristmundsson, 13 October 1908 – 25 May 1958) was an Icelandic poet.
Stephen Thomas Knight MA (Oxon.) PhD (Sydney).
The Stock im Eisen (German: "staff in iron") is the midsection of a tree-trunk from the Middle Ages, a so-called nail-tree (Nagelbaum), into which hundreds of nails have been pounded for good luck over centuries.
Stokesay Castle is a fortified manor house in Stokesay, Shropshire, England.
Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, west of Amesbury.
Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a gothic novella by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson first published in 1886.
Strixology is a genre of writing about the reality and dangers of witches, their origins, character and power; often in the context of theology or of demonology.
Stryx was an Italian TV series, aired in 1978 on Rai 2.
The Stuart period of British history lasted from 1603 to 1714 during the dynasty of the House of Stuart.
"Stupid Kid" is a song by the Chicago-based punk rock band Alkaline Trio, released as the first single from the group's 2001 album From Here to Infirmary.
Technically speaking, substitutionary atonement is the name given to a number of Christian models of the atonement that regard Jesus as dying as a substitute for others, 'instead of' them.
A succubus is a demon in female form, or supernatural entity in folklore (traced back to medieval legend), that appears in dreams and takes the form of a woman in order to seduce men, usually through sexual activity.
A sunshower or sun shower is a meteorological phenomenon in which rain falls while the sun is shining.
In the Quechua, Aymara and Inca mythologies, Supay was both the god of death and ruler of the Ukhu Pacha, the Incan underworld, as well as a race of demons.
Superbook, also known as, is an anime television series from the early 1980s, initially produced by Tatsunoko Productions in Japan in conjunction with the Christian Broadcasting Network in the and more recently solely produced by CBN for global distribution and broadcast.
Supernatural horror film is a film genre that combines aspects of horror film and supernatural film.
The Swansea Devil, also called Old Nick is a wood carving of the Devil in Swansea, Wales.
Over 70% of Swedes belong to the Lutheran Church of Sweden, but seldom go to church.
"Swedish profanity" can be divided into several categories.
Sweet Liberty is a 1986 American comedy film written and directed by Alan Alda, and starring Alda in the lead role, alongside Michael Caine and Michelle Pfeiffer, with support from Bob Hoskins, Lois Chiles, Lise Hilboldt, Lillian Gish, and Larry Shue.
Swinside, which is also known as Sunkenkirk and Swineshead, is a stone circle lying beside Swinside Fell, part of Black Combe in southern Cumbria, North West England.
"Sympathy for the Devil" is a samba rock song by the Rolling Stones, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Table Mountain (Khoekhoe: Huri ‡oaxa, where the sea rises; Afrikaans: Tafelberg) is a flat-topped mountain forming a prominent landmark overlooking the city of Cape Town in South Africa.
Taghairm, sometimes interpreted as "spiritual echo," or calling up the dead, was an ancient Scottish mode of divination.
"Take Me Down" is a single by American rock band The Pretty Reckless, off of their studio album Who You Selling For.
"Takes 2 to Tango" was the Finnish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English by Jari Sillanpää.
Tales of Halloween is a 2015 American horror comedy film anthology consisting of ten interlocking segments, each revolving around the titular holiday.
The Tallis Festival, hosted by Exmoor Singers of London, forms the Tallis Festival Choir for just one weekend every 12 to 18 months.
Sir Thomas Dalyell of The Binns, 1st Baronet (1615–1685) was a Scottish Royalist general in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, also known by the soubriquets "Bluidy Tam" and "The Muscovite De'il".
"Tam o' Shanter" is a narrative poem written by the Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1790, while living in Dumfries.
The Tarr Steps is a clapper bridge across the River Barle in the Exmoor National Park, Somerset, England.
The Tasmanian Devil, commonly referred to as Taz, is an animated cartoon character featured in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series of cartoons.
The Tate murders were a series of killings conducted by members of the Manson Family on August 8–9, 1969, which claimed the lives of five people, one of them pregnant.
Tau is the name of an evil spirit in Guaraní mythology.
Terje Vik Schei (born 7 July 1974), better known by his stage name Tchort, is a Norwegian musician.
The Ayyavazhi includes a corpus of teachings of its initiator Ayya Vaikundar in the form of instructions and slogans found in the religious book Akilattirattu.
Telipogon diabolicus is a species of orchid in the genus Telipogon.
In medieval lore, Tempestarii were weather making magicians who dwelt amongst the common people and possessed the power to raise or prevent storms at will.
The Tepehuán Revolt broke out in Mexico in 1616.
Terence Henry Stamp (born 22 July 1938) is an English actor.
Terranigma, known as in Japan, is a 1995 action role-playing game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System developed by Quintet.
Terror is a 1978 British independent supernatural horror film written by David McGillivray and directed by Norman J. Warren.
"Terror" is the second episode of the third series of British television sitcom, Bottom.
Terry Newman is an award-winning British playwright, screenwriter, comedy writer and novelist.
Teufel is a German-language surname which comes from the word "devil".
The Teufelsloch ("Devil's Hole") is a karst spring near Osterode am Harz in the German state of Lower Saxony.
Taara (variations of the name include Tooru, Tharapita and Tarapitha) is a prominent god in Estonian mythology.
That Hideous Strength (subtitled A Modern Fairy-Tale for Grown-Ups) is a 1945 novel by C. S. Lewis, the final book in Lewis's theological science fiction Space Trilogy.
The 700 Club is the flagship television program of the Christian Broadcasting Network, airing each weekday in syndication throughout the United States and available worldwide on CBN.com.
"The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge" is one of the fifty-six Sherlock Holmes short stories written by British author Arthur Conan Doyle.
The Age of the Earth (A Idade da Terra) is a 1980 avant-garde film directed by Glauber Rocha.
The Apple (also called Star Rock) is a 1980 science fiction musical comedy film written and directed by Menahem Golan.
The Babysitter is a 2017 American teen horror-comedy film directed by McG and written by Brian Duffield.
The Bad Taste of the Town (also known as Masquerades and Operas) is an early print by William Hogarth, published in February 1723/24.
The Ballad of Peckham Rye is a novel written in 1960 by the Scottish author Muriel Spark.
The Batiri is a professional wrestling alliance in the Chikara promotion.
The Black Bonspiel of Wullie Maccrimmon is a play by Canadian author W.O. Mitchell.
The Black Rider: The Casting of the Magic Bullets is a self-billed "musical fable" in the avant-garde tradition created through the collaboration of theatre director Robert Wilson, musician Tom Waits, and writer William S. Burroughs.
The Black Spider is a novella by the Swiss writer Jeremias Gotthelf written in 1842.
The Book with Seven Seals (Das Buch mit sieben Siegeln) is an oratorio in German by the Austrian composer Franz Schmidt, on themes from the biblical Book of Revelation of Saint John.
The Bottle Imp is an 1891 short story by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson usually found in the short story collection Island Nights' Entertainments.
The Canterbury Tales (I racconti di Canterbury) is a 1972 Italian film directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini and based on the medieval narrative poem The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer.
The Carpathian Castle (Le Château des Carpathes) is a novel by Jules Verne first published in 1892.
The City of God Against the Pagans (De civitate Dei contra paganos), often called The City of God, is a book of Christian philosophy written in Latin by Augustine of Hippo in the early 5th century AD.
The Club Dumas (original Spanish title El Club Dumas) is a 1993 novel by Arturo Pérez-Reverte.
The Collector is a Canadian supernatural drama television series about a man attempting to help save people who have bargained their souls with the Devil.
The Crucible is a 1953 play by American playwright Arthur Miller.
The Crucible is a 1996 American historical drama film written by Arthur Miller adapting his play of the same title, inspired by the Salem witchcraft trials.
"The Daemon Lover", also known as "James Harris", "James Herries", or "The House Carpenter" (Roud, Child 243) is a popular Scottish ballad.
The Dark Night (La noche oscura) is a 1989 Spanish drama film directed by Carlos Saura.
"The Deck of Cards" is a recitation song that was popularized in the fields of both the country and popular music, first during the late 1940s.
Iblis (İblis / ابلیس) is a verse play (verse dram), tragedy in four acts of an Azerbaijani poet and playwright Huseyn Javid, written in 1918.
The Devil (XV) is the fifteenth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks.
"The Devil and Daniel Webster" is a short story by Stephen Vincent Benét.
The Devil and Daniel Webster is a 1941 fantasy film, adapted by Stephen Vincent Benét and Dan Totheroh from Benét's short story, "The Devil and Daniel Webster".
"The Devil and his Grandmother" or "The Dragon and His Grandmother" (Deur Teufel und seine Gßmutter) is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm, number 125.
The Devil in Amber is the second novel in a series featuring the fictional spy, Lucifer Box.
The Devil in Love (Le Diable amoureux, 1772) is an occult romance by Jacques Cazotte which tells of a demon, or devil, who falls in love with a young Spanish nobleman named Don Alvaro, an amateur human dabbler, and attempts, in the guise of a young woman, to win his affections.
"The Devil Went Down to Georgia" is a song written and performed by the Charlie Daniels Band and released on their 1979 album Million Mile Reflections.
The Devil with Hitler (a.k.a. Hitler's Valet) is a black-and-white 1942 comedy short propaganda film that was one of Hal Roach's Streamliners short film series.
The Devil's Bris is the debut album by the dark cabaret/dark wave artist Voltaire.
The Devil's Candy is a 2015 American horror film written and directed by Sean Byrne. The film stars Ethan Embry, Shiri Appleby, Kiara Glasco, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Craig Nigh and Marco Perella. The film was released by IFC Midnight on March 17, 2017.
The Devil's Carnival is a 2012 musical horror film directed by Darren Lynn Bousman and starring Sean Patrick Flanery, Briana Evigan, Jessica Lowndes, Paul Sorvino, Emilie Autumn and Terrance Zdunich.
The Devil's Farmhouse, also known in Maltese as Ir-Razzett tax-Xitan,Zammit, Anne (2014),.
The Devil's Hand (a.k.a. Witchcraft, The Naked Goddess, Devil's Doll and Live to Love) is an independently-produced, American black-and-white horror film.
The Devil's Miner is a 2005 documentary film directed by independent film directors Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani.
The Devil's Nest (Pirunpesä) is an eroded cavity located in the village Ylivalli in the municipality Jalasjärvi in Southern Ostrobothnia, Finland.
The Devil's Work (Serbo-Croatian: Ðavolja posla) is a 1965 Yugoslavian short animated film, written by Tihomir Ilić and directed by Zlatko Grgić.
The final act of the Anglo-Saxon poem Beowulf is about the hero Beowulf's fight with a dragon, the third monster he encounters in the epic.
The Electric Hellfire Club is an industrial metal band mixing elements of glam metal, techno, gothic rock, and psychedelia.
"The Elfin Knight" (Child 2; Roud) is a traditional Scottish folk ballad of which there are many versions, all dealing with supernatural occurrences, and the commission to perform impossible tasks.
The Emoji Movie is a 2017 American 3D computer-animated science fiction adventure comedy film directed by Tony Leondis, and written by Leondis, Eric Siegel and Mike White, based on the trend of emojis.
The Encounter is a 2011 Christian film.
What if you had a personal encounter with Jesus Christ? Based on the popular movies, the series follows individual life stories and illustrates how an unexpected experience with Jesus Christ can shift lives into a new and purposeful direction.
The Entrance is a 2006 independent Canadian horror film by Damon Vignale.
"The Face Painter" is the 109th episode of NBC sitcom Seinfeld.
The Farmer's Curst Wife is Child ballad number 278.
The Arsonists, previously also known in English as The Firebugs or The Fire Raisers (only UK English), was written by Max Frisch in 1953, first as a radio play, then adapted for television and the stage (1958) as a play in six scenes.
The Fourth Man (De vierde man) is a 1983 Dutch suspense film directed by Paul Verhoeven, based on the novel De vierde man by Gerard Reve.
The Fox, the Wolf and the Husbandman is a poem by the 15th-century Scottish poet Robert Henryson and part of his collection of moral fables known as the Morall Fabillis of Esope the Phrygian.
The Girl Without Hands (La Jeune Fille sans mains) is a 2016 French animated drama film directed, written, edited, and animated by Sébastien Laudenbach in his feature debut; Laudenbach animated the entire film on his own.
The God & Devil Show is a Flash internet adult cartoon that had a successful run from 1999 to 2001.
The Golden Book of Springfield is a mystic, utopian book by American poet Vachel Lindsay.
The Gospel According to Jesus Christ (original title: O Evangelho Segundo Jesus Cristo, 1991) is a novel by the Portuguese author José Saramago.
The Great Thunderstorm of Widecombe-in-the-Moor in Dartmoor, Kingdom of England, took place on Sunday, 21 October 1638, when the church of St Pancras was apparently struck by ball lightning during a severe thunderstorm.
"The Green Manalishi (With the Two Prong Crown)" is a song written by Peter Green and recorded by Fleetwood Mac.
Le Manoir du diable or The House of the Devil, released in the United States as The Haunted Castle and in Britain as The Devil's Castle, is an 1896 French short silent film directed by Georges Méliès.
The BMW film series The Hire is a series of eight short films (averaging about ten minutes each) produced for the Internet in 2001 and 2002.
The Hound of the Baskervilles is the third of the crime novels written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle featuring the detective Sherlock Holmes.
"The Howling Man" is episode 41 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone.
"The Hunt" is episode 84 of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone.
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus is a 2009 fantasy film directed by Terry Gilliam and written by Gilliam and Charles McKeown.
The Immaculate Conception is a painting by Italian painter Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (16961770).
The Infernal Names is a compiled list of adversarial or antihero figures from mythology intended for use in Satanic ritual.
The Jim Henson Hour is a television series that aired on NBC in 1989.
"The Juniper Tree" is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm.
"The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)" is the debut single by Spanish pop group Las Ketchup, taken from their debut studio album Hijas del Tomate (2002).
Le Chevalier des Neiges, known in English as The Knight of the Snows or The Knight of the Snow, is a 1912 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès.
The Legend of Rose Latulipe, also known as The Legend of the Devil at the Dance and The Legend of the Beautiful Dancer, is a French Canadian legend (Quebecois and Acadian), from the 18th century.
The Lost World is a 2001 adaptation of the novel of the same name by Arthur Conan Doyle, directed by Stuart Orme and adapted by Tony Mulholland and Adrian Hodges.
The Louvin Brothers were an American musical duo composed of brothers Ira and Charlie Louvin (Lonnie Loudermilk (April 21, 1924 – June 20, 1965) and Charlie Elzer Loudermilk (July 7, 1927– January 26, 2011). The brothers are cousins to John D. Loudermilk, a Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member. The brothers wrote and performed secular country music, as well as fire and brimstone Gospel music. Ira played virtuoso mandolin and generally sang lead vocal in the tenor range, while Charlie played rhythm guitar and offered supporting vocals in a lower pitch. They helped popularize the vocal technique of close harmony in country and country-rock. After becoming regulars at the Grand Ole Opry and scoring a string of hit singles in the late 1950s and early '60s, the Louvin Brothers broke up in 1963 due in large part to Charlie growing tired of Ira's addictions and reckless behavior. Ira died in a traffic accident in 1965. They were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001, and Charlie died of cancer in 2011.
"The Magicks of Megas-tu" is the eighth episode of the first season of the American animated science fiction television series Star Trek: The Animated Series.
The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins is a 1971 British comedy film directed and produced by Graham Stark.
"The Man in the Black Suit" is a horror short story by American writer Stephen King.
The Man Who Sold the World is the third studio album by English rock artist David Bowie.
The Manson Family is a 1997 American crime drama horror film.
The Master of Ballantrae: A Winter's Tale is a book by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, focusing upon the conflict between two brothers, Scottish noblemen whose family is torn apart by the Jacobite rising of 1745.
The Merry Frolics of Satan (Les Quat'Cents Farces du diable, literally The Four Hundred Tricks of the Devil) is a 1906 French silent film directed by and starring Georges Méliès.
"The Merry Men" is a short story by Robert Louis Stevenson first published in 1882 in Cornhill Magazine 45-6 (June–July 1882).
The Messengers is an American television series that aired on The CW during the 2014–15 season.
The Milky Way (La Voie lactée) is a 1969 surrealist film directed by Luis Buñuel.
The Night Before Christmas, also known as Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka (Vechera na khutore bliz Dikanki), is a 1961 Soviet fantasy film directed by Aleksandr Rou, based on a collection of short stories, Evenings on a Farm Near Dikanka, by Nikolai Gogol.
The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat is a 1974 American adult animated comedy film directed by Robert Taylor and written by Taylor.
The Ninth Gate is a 1999 mystery thriller film directed, produced, and co-written by Roman Polanski.
The Number Devil: A Mathematical Adventure (Der Zahlenteufel.) is a book for children and young adults that explores mathematics.
"The Old Blue Mayor She Ain't What She Used to Be" is the sixth episode of the twenty-ninth season of the animated television series The Simpsons, and the 624th episode of the series overall.
"The Old Man and the Big 'C'" is the third episode of the eleventh season of the animated comedy series Family Guy and the 191st episode overall.
The Pick of Destiny is the second album by American comedy rock band Tenacious D, the soundtrack for their film of the same name.
The Plot to Overthrow Christmas is a radio play written by Norman Corwin and first performed on December 25, 1938.
The Political History of the Devil is a 1726 book by Daniel Defoe.
The Prophet of Zongo Street is a collection of short stories by Ghanaian author Mohammed Naseehu Ali, first published in 2005.
The Rake's Progress is an English-language opera in three acts and an epilogue by Igor Stravinsky.
The Refrigerator is a 1991 supernatural comedy horror film starring Julia McNeal, Dave Simonds and Angel Caban.
The Republic of Wine: A Novel is a satirical novel by Mo Yan.
The Satanic Verses controversy, also known as the Rushdie Affair, was the heated and frequently violent reaction of Muslims to the publication of Salman Rushdie's novel The Satanic Verses, which was first published in the United Kingdom in 1988 and inspired in part by the life of the prophet Muhammad.
The Scarecrow is a play written by Percy MacKaye in 1908, and first presented on Broadway in 1911.
The Screwtape Letters is a Christian apologetic novel by C. S. Lewis and dedicated to J.R.R. Tolkien.
The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things is a painting attributed to Hieronymus Bosch or to a follower of his, completed around 1500 or later.
The Seventh Seal (Det sjunde inseglet) is a 1957 Swedish epic historical fantasy film written and directed by Ingmar Bergman.
"The Shadow" (Skyggen) is a fairy tale by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen.
The Six Messiahs is a 1995 novel by Mark Frost, a sequel to The List of Seven.
The Smith and the Devil is a European fairy tale.
"The Snow Queen" (Snedronningen) is an original fairy tale written by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen.
The Sorrows of Satan (1926) is a silent film by D. W. Griffith based on the novel The Sorrows of Satan by Marie Corelli.
The Springheel Saga is an audio drama series about the Victorian bogeyman, Spring-heeled Jack, written by Jack Bowman and Robert Valentine, and produced by The Wireless Theatre Company.
The Stones Are Hatching is a young adult fantasy novel by Geraldine McCaughrean first published in November 1999 by Oxford University Press. It recounts the adventures of Phelim Green and his companions as they try to prevent the Stoor Worm from waking.
The Story of an African Farm (published in 1883 under the pseudonym Ralph Iron) was South African author Olive Schreiner's first published novel.
The Story of Mankind is a 1957 American fantasy film, very loosely based on the nonfiction book The Story of Mankind (1921) by Hendrik Willem van Loon.
The StoryTeller is a British live-action/puppet television series that originally aired in 1987 and which was created and executively produced by Jim Henson.
The Tale of Savva Grudtsyn (Russian: Повесть о Савве Грудцыне, Povest' o Savve Grudtsyne) is a seventeenth-century Russian tale, thought to have been written between 1666-68.
The Tale of the Body Thief is a horror novel by American writer Anne Rice, the fourth in her The Vampire Chronicles series, following The Queen of the Damned.
The Taming of the Shrew is a comedy by William Shakespeare, believed to have been written between 1590 and 1592.
The Testament of Gideon Mack is a novel written by the Scottish author James Robertson, first published in 2006.
The Torment of Saint Anthony is the earliest known painting by Michelangelo, painted after an engraving by Martin Schongauer when he was only 12 or 13 years old.
The Toxic Avenger III: The Last Temptation of Toxie is a 1989 American superhero comedy splatter film and the second sequel to The Toxic Avenger.
The Tragical Comedy or Comical Tragedy of Mr.
"The Trial of Elizabeth Gadge" is the third episode of the second series of the British dark comedy anthology television programme Inside No. 9.
The Trial of God (as it was held on February 25, 1649, in Shamgorod) (Le procès de Shamgorod tel qu'il se déroula le 25 février 1649, first published in English in 1979 by Random House) is a play by Elie Wiesel about a fictitious trial ("''Din-Toïre''", or דין תּורה) calling God as the defendant.
The Turn of the Screw (also known as Ghost Story: The Turn of the Screw) is a British television film based on Henry James's 1898 ghost story of the same name.
The first season of The Twilight Zone aired Fridays at 10:00–10:30 pm (EST) on CBS from October 2, 1959 to July 1, 1960.
The second season of The Twilight Zone aired Fridays at 10:00–10:30 pm (EST) on CBS from September 30, 1960 to June 2, 1961.
The Unholy is a 1988 American horror film directed by Camilo Vila and starring Ben Cross, Ned Beatty, Hal Holbrook, and Trevor Howard in his final role.
The Unholy Alliance (literally "Alliance") is an action crime-thriller television drama created by Jazz Boon and TVB.
The Violent Bear It Away is a novel published in 1960 by American author Flannery O'Connor.
The Virgin Martyr is a Jacobean era stage play, a tragedy written by Thomas Dekker and Philip Massinger, and first published in 1622.
The Voyage of the Uí Chorra (Irish: Immram curaig húa Corra, literally, "the voyage of the coracle of the sons of O'Corra") is one of the three surviving Immrama, or ancient Irish voyage tales.
The W's were a Christian ska and swing revival band, formed in Corvallis, Oregon in 1996.
The Wheel of Time is a series of high fantasy novels written by American author James Oliver Rigney, Jr., under his pen name of Robert Jordan.
The Widows of Eastwick is the final novel by John Updike, author of the Pulitzer-prize winning "Rabbit" series.
"The Width of a Circle" is a song written by David Bowie in 1969 for the album The Man Who Sold the World, released later that year in the United States and in April 1971 in the UK.
The Witch of Edmonton is an English Jacobean play, written by William Rowley, Thomas Dekker and John Ford in 1621.
The Witch-Cult in Western Europe is a 1921 anthropological book by Margaret Murray, published at the height of success of The Golden Bough by anthropologist James George Frazer.
The Witches of Eastwick is a 2000 musical based on the novel of the same name by John Updike.
The World of Yesterday: Memories of a European (German title Die Welt von Gestern: Erinnerungen eines Europäers) is the memoir of Austrian writer Stefan Zweig.
The World, the Flesh, and Father Smith (also known as All Glorious Within) is a 1944 novel by Scottish writer Bruce Marshall.
The Worthless (original Yiddish title דער מטורף, Der Meturef) is a 1908 play by Jacob Gordin, described by Lulla Rosenfeld as "a study of provincial bigotry and fear", whose central character Ben Zion Garber is "a man of genius lost and misunderstood in an environment that ultimately destroys him".
Theistic Satanism or spiritual Satanism is an umbrella term for religious beliefs that consider Satan as an objectively existing supernatural being or force worthy of supplication, with whom individuals may contact, convene and even praise, rather than him being just an archetype, symbol or idea as in LaVeyan Satanism.
Thelema is a social or spiritual philosophy derived from Western esotericism.
Them or Us is an album by Frank Zappa, released in October 1984.
Theophilus was an American religious comic strip founded by illustrator Bob West that was syndicated from February 6, 1966 through April 19, 2002.
Stonehenge has been the subject of many theories about its origin, ranging from the academic worlds of archaeology to explanations from mythology and the paranormal.
A thief in law (r; Estonian: seaduslik varas; злодій у законі, zlodiy u zakoni; злодзей у законе, zlodzey u zakone; კანონიერი ქურდი, kanonieri kurdi; օրենքով գող, orenk'ov goğ; Qanuni oğru) in the Soviet Union, the post-Soviet states, Serbia and respective diasporas abroad is a specifically granted formal status of a professional criminal who enjoys an elite position within the organized crime environment and employs informal authority over its lower-status members.
Thiess of Kaltenbrun, also spelled Thies, and commonly referred to as the Livonian werewolf, was a Livonian man who was put on trial for heresy in Jürgensburg, Swedish Livonia, in 1692.
Thing-Fish is an album by Frank Zappa, originally released as a triple album box set on Barking Pumpkin Records in 1984.
"Thiruvasakam" in Tamil means The Holy Text.
Thomas Bay is located in southeast Alaska.
Thomas of Tolentino (Tommaso di or da Tolentino; 8 April 1321) was a medieval Franciscan missionary who was martyred with his three companions in Thane, India, for blaspheming Muhammad.
The three wishes joke is a form of joke in which the protagonist is given three wishes by a supernatural being, and fails to make the best use of them.
The Three Witches or Weird Sisters or Wayward Sisters are characters in William Shakespeare's play Macbeth (c. 1603–1607).
Through the Woods is a third-person Norwegian horror adventure video game developed by the indie studio Antagonist and published by 1C Publishing EU.
A Tibicena, also known as Guacanchas, was a mythological creature of the Guanches, prehispanic inhabitants of the Canary Islands.
Tibidabo is a mountain overlooking Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
Edward Tilden Career Community Academy High School (formerly known as Tilden Technical High School) is a public 4–year high school bordered between the Canaryville and Fuller Park neighborhoods on the south side of Chicago, Illinois, United States.
"Time and Teresa Golowitz" is the first segment of the thirty-fourth episode (the tenth episode of the second season (1986–87) of the television series The Twilight Zone and is based on Parke Godwin's "Influencing the Hell Out of Time and Teresa Golowitz" which was published in The Twilight Zone Magazine (January 1982).
This timeline of pterosaur research is a chronologically ordered list of important fossil discoveries, controversies of interpretation, and taxonomic revisions of pterosaurs, the famed flying reptiles of the Mesozoic era.
Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann, directed by William Dear, is a 1982 time travel–influenced action film starring Fred Ward as Lyle Swann, a cross country dirt bike racer.
Tituba was an enslaved woman, owned by Samuel Parris of Danvers, Massachusetts.
Tlalmanalco is a town and municipality located in the far south-eastern part of the State of Mexico.
To the Devil — a Diva! is a novel by English author, Paul Magrs.
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Tom Thumb and Little Red Riding Hood (Caperucita y Pulgarcito contra los monstruos) is a 1962 Mexican fantasy adventure film directed by Roberto Rodríguez.
Tommy Johnson (January 1896 – November 1, 1956) was an American Delta blues musician who recorded in the late 1920s and was known for his eerie falsetto voice and intricate guitar playing.
Anthony Curran (born 13 December 1969) is a Scottish actor, best known for his roles in Underworld: Evolution, Doctor Who, and Roots.
Torture Garden is a 1967 British horror film made by Amicus Productions.
A touch piece is a coin or medal believed to cure disease, bring good luck, influence people's behaviour, carry out a specific practical action, etc.
The ninth and final season of the American dramatic television series Touched by an Angel aired CBS from September 28, 2002 through April 27, 2003, spanning 22 episodes.
There are quite a number of festivals and traditions in Catalonia (Spain).
The treasure guardian is a recurring motif in folklore of a being that guards a treasure.
The tree of life vision is a vision described and discussed in the Book of Mormon, one of the scriptures of the Latter Day Saint movement denominations, published by Joseph Smith in 1830.
"Treehouse of Horror IV" is the fifth episode of The Simpsons' fifth season and the fourth episode in the Treehouse of Horror series of Halloween specials.
Trellech (occasionally spelt Trelech, Treleck or Trelleck; Tryleg) is a village and parish in Monmouthshire, south-east Wales.
Trial by ordeal was an ancient judicial practice by which the guilt or innocence of the accused was determined by subjecting them to a painful, or at least an unpleasant, usually dangerous experience.
The trial of Geert Wilders, a member of the House of Representatives of the Netherlands, took place in the Netherlands in 2010 and 2011.
Tristano Martinelli (c. 1556 – 1630), called Dominus Arlecchinorum, the "Master of Harlequins", was an Italian actor in the commedia dell'arte tradition.
In music theory, the tritone is defined as a musical interval composed of three adjacent whole tones.
Troll and trolling are slang terms used almost exclusively among gay men to characterize gay, bisexual and questioning or bi-curious men who cruise or "wander about looking" for sex or potential sex partners or experiences "in a notably wanton manner and with lessened standards of what one will accept in a partner." The term can be used positively or negatively depending on the speaker, usage and intent and can describe the person or the activity.
True Evil may refer to.
A true name is a name of a thing or being that expresses, or is somehow identical to, its true nature.
In Greenlandic Inuit (Kalaallit) traditions, a tupilaq (tupilak, tupilait, or ᑐᐱᓚᒃ) was an avenging monster fabricated by a practitioner of witchcraft or shamanism by using various objects such as animal parts (bone, skin, hair, sinew, etc.) and even parts taken from the corpses of children.
Turamichele ("Tower-Michael") is the name of a moving mechanical figure on the Perlach Tower (Perlachturm) next to Perlach church in Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany.
TV Hell was a BBC2 theme night broadcast on 31 August 1992, showing a whole evening of archive television clips widely regarded by critics and the public alike as among the worst ever produced in Britain.
Tyler Christopher (born Tyler Christopher Baker; November 11, 1972) is an American actor.
U.S. Route 49 is a north–south United States highway.
U.S. Route 61 (US 61) is the official designation for a major United States highway which extends between New Orleans, Louisiana and the city of Wyoming, Minnesota.
Ubba was a ninth-century Viking, and one of the commanders of the Great Army that invaded Anglo-Saxon England in the 860s.
Ubu and the Truth Commission is a South African play by Jane Taylor first performed under the directorship of William Kentridge at The Laboratory in Johannesburg's Market Theatre on 26 May 1997.
Ugly Americans is an American adult animated sitcom created by Devin Clark and developed by David M. Stern.
Ulrich Molitor (also Molitoris) (born c. 1442, died before 23 December 1507) was a legal scholar.
In English translations of the Bible, unclean spirit is a common rendering of Greek pneuma akatharton (πνεῦμα ἀκάθαρτον; plural pneumata akatharta (πνεύματα ἀκάθαρτα)), which in its single occurrence in the Septuagint translates Hebrew tum'ah (רוח טומאה).
Undead is a paranormal romance book series that is written by MaryJanice Davidson and published through Berkley Books.
Undead and Unappreciated is the third novel in the Undead series by MaryJanice Davidson.
Underworld Unleashed was a multi-title comic book crossover event released by DC Comics in 1995.
A unicorn horn, also known as an alicorn, is a legendary object whose reality may have been accepted in Western Europe throughout the Middle Ages.
The Universal Alliance (French: Alliance universelle), formerly known as Universal Christian Church (Église chrétienne universelle) and followers as Christ's Witnesses (Témoins du Christ), is a Christian-oriented new religious movement founded in France in 1952 by Georges Roux, a former postman in the Vaucluse department.
Upon This Rock is the debut solo album by pioneering Christian rock musician Larry Norman, released in 1969.
Urbain Grandier (born in 1590 in Bouère, Mayenne – died on 18 August 1634 in Loudun) was a French Catholic priest who was burned at the stake after being convicted of witchcraft, following the events of the so-called "Loudun Possessions".
Urban Gothic was a horror based series of short stories shown on Channel 5 running for two series between May 2000 and December 2001.
USS Hawkbill (SSN-666), a ''Sturgeon''-class attack submarine, was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for the hawksbill, a large sea turtle.
Uta Ranke-Heinemann (born 2 October 1927) is a German theologian, academic, and author.
Uylak in Turkic mythology, (Azerbaijanese: Uylax) is a male or female witch or spirit.
A vampire is a being from folklore that subsists by feeding on the vital force (generally in the form of blood) of the living.
Legends of vampires have existed for millennia; cultures such as the Mesopotamians, Hebrews, ancient Greeks, and Romans had tales of demonic entities and blood-drinking spirits which are considered precursors to modern vampires.
The witch trials of Vardø were held in Vardø in Finnmark in Northern Norway in the winter of 1662–1663 and were one of the biggest in Scandinavia.
Varginha UFO incident is the name given to a series of events involving the alleged sighting and capture by the military of an extraterrestrial being in Varginha, Brazil, in 1996.
Vathek (alternatively titled Vathek, an Arabian Tale or The History of the Caliph Vathek) is a Gothic novel written by William Beckford.
Vautrin is a character from the novels of French writer Honoré de Balzac in the La Comédie humaine series.
Veles (Cyrillic Serbian and Macedonian: Велес; Weles; Велес; Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, Slovak, Slovenian: Veles; Ruthenian and Old Church Slavonic: Велесъ; translit), also known as Volos (Волос, listed as a Christian saint in Old Russian texts), is a major Slavic god of earth, waters, forests and the underworld.
Very Short Introductions (VSI) are a book series published by the Oxford University Press (OUP).
Vigilantia (b. a. 490) was a sister of Byzantine emperor Justinian I (r. 527–565), and mother to his successor Justin II (r. 565–578, b. a. 520).
Villa Volta is an attraction in the amusement park Efteling in the Netherlands.
This is a filmography of Vincent Price, which includes appearances in theatre and television.
The Violin Sonata in G minor, Bg.5, more familiarly known as the Devil's Trill Sonata (Italian: Il trillo del diavolo), is a work for solo violin (with figured bass accompaniment) by Giuseppe Tartini (1692–1770).
The Visionary Heads is a series of black chalk and pencil drawings produced by William Blake after 1818 by request of John Varley, the watercolour artist and astrologer.
"Viy" (Вій) is a horror novella by the Ukrainian writer Mykola Gogol, first published in the first volume of his collection of tales entitled Mirgorod (1835).
Volmar (died 1173) was a Saint Disibod monk who acted as prior and father confessor for the nuns at Disibodenberg.
Voodoo-U is the second studio album from Belgian electronic band Lords of Acid.
Walpurga Hausmännin (died 1587 in Dillingen an der Donau, Bavaria) was a German midwife executed for witchcraft, vampirism, and child murder.
Wat Saen Suk (วัดแสนสุข) or Wang Saen Suk Monastery Garden (also known as Wang Saen Suk Hell Garden and Thailand Hell Horror Park) is a buddhist temple located in Bang Saen city, Chonburi province, Thailand.
The Book of Revelation describes a war in heaven between angels led by the Archangel Michael against those led by "the dragon"—identified as "the devil or Satan"—who are defeated and thrown down to the earth.
Waxwork is a 1988 American horror comedy film written and directed by Anthony Hickox and starring Zach Galligan, Deborah Foreman, Michelle Johnson, David Warner, Dana Ashbrook, and Patrick Macnee.
We Are Not Angels (Ми нисмо анђели / Mi nismo anđeli) is a 1992 Serbian comedy movie directed by Srđan Dragojević that became one of the most popular films of the 1990s in the region of the former Yugoslavia.
Weathercraft is a 2010 graphic novel by American cartoonist Jim Woodring, featuring his best-known characters Frank, Manhog and Whim.
The Wekufe also known as huecufe, wekufü, watuku, huecufu, huecubo, huecubu, huecuvu, huecuve, huecovoe, giiecubu, güecubo, güecugu, uecuvu, güecufu; is an important type of harmful spirit or demon in Mapuche mythology.
The Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew, commonly known as Wells Cathedral, is an Anglican cathedral in the city of Wells, Somerset.
The Western Apache live primarily in east central Arizona, in the United States.
To whitewash is a metaphor meaning "to gloss over or cover up vices, crimes or scandals or to exonerate by means of a perfunctory investigation or through biased presentation of data".
"Wið færstice" is an Old English medical text surviving in the collection known now as Lacnunga in the British Library.
The Wild Hunt is a European folk myth involving a ghostly or supernatural group of huntsmen passing in wild pursuit.
Wild Meat and the Bully Burgers is a Japanese American-Hawaiian adult fiction novel by Lois-Ann Yamanaka.
Wilhelmina Vivian Slater (born Wanda Slater) is a fictional character in the American dramedy series Ugly Betty.
Will Geer (March 9, 1902 – April 22, 1978) was an American actor and social activist, known for his portrayal of Grandpa Zebulon Tyler Walton in the 1970s TV series The Waltons.
William James "Willem" Dafoe (born July 22, 1955) is an American actor with Italian citizenship.
William Griggs was a doctor in the village of Salem, Massachusetts.
William Lewis (fl 1687-?) was a pirate supposedly active in the Caribbean, off the American east coast, and the west coast of Africa.
William Murdoch (sometimes spelled Murdock) (21 August 1754 – 15 November 1839) was a Scottish engineer and inventor.
The William Underwood Company, founded in 1822, was an American food company best known for its flagship product, Underwood Deviled Ham, a canned meat spread.
Willisau is a municipality in the district of Willisau in the Lucerne canton of Switzerland.
The winged cat – a feline with wings like a bird, bat or other flying creature – is a theme in artwork and legend going back to prehistory, especially mythological depictions of big cats with eagle wings in Eurasia and North Africa.
Winter's Tale (released in the United Kingdom as A New York Winter's Tale) is a 2014 American romance film based on the 1983 novel Winter's Tale by Mark Helprin.
In Scotland, a wirry-cow was a bugbear, goblin, ghost, ghoul or other frightful object.
Witch Hunter: The Invisible World is an American ENnies-nominated swashbuckling, colonial, horror role-playing game.
In mathematics, the Witch of Agnesi is a cubic plane curve defined from two diametrically opposite points of a circle.
The period of witch trials in Early Modern Europe were a widespread moral panic suggesting that malevolent Satanic witches were operating as an organized threat to Christendom during the 16th to 18th centuries.
The witch-cult hypothesis is a discredited theory that the witch trials of the Early Modern period were an attempt to suppress a pre-Christian, pagan religion that had survived the Christianisation of Europe.
Witchcraft or witchery broadly means the practice of and belief in magical skills and abilities exercised by solitary practitioners and groups.
Witchcraft in Orkney possibly has its roots in the settlement of Norsemen on the archipelago from the eighth century onwards.
According to witch-hunters during the height of the witch trials, the witches’ mark (not to be confused with a witches' teat) indicated that an individual was a witch.
Saint Wolfgang of Regensburg (Wolfgangus; 934 – October 31, 994 AD) was bishop of Regensburg in Bavaria from Christmas 972 until his death.
The wolf is a common motif in the foundational mythologies and cosmologies of peoples throughout Eurasia and North America (corresponding to the historical extent of the habitat of the gray wolf).
The Woman of the Apocalypse (or Woman clothed in the Sun, γυνὴ περιβεβλημένη τὸν ἥλιον; Mulier amicta sole) is a figure from Chapter 12 of the Book of Revelation (written c. AD 95).
The world is the planet Earth and all life upon it, including human civilization.
World of Goo is a puzzle video game developed and published by independent game developer 2D Boy.
World of Weird is a British documentary series narrated by Sarah Millican.
The Wotanstein (Wotan's stone), also known as 'Wodanstein' or earlier on 'Malstein', is a small megalith or menhir situated close to the village of Maden, Schwalm-Eder-Kreis, Hesse, Germany.
Xenu, also called Xemu, was, according to Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard, the dictator of the "Galactic Confederacy" who 75 million years ago brought billionsAs 109, or thousands of millions in Long Scale of his people to Earth (then known as "Teegeeack") in DC-8-like spacecraft, stacked them around volcanoes, and killed them with hydrogen bombs.
Yee-Na-Pah is a figure in Aboriginal mythology.
A yeoman was a member of a social class in late medieval to early modern England.
Yester Castle is a ruined castle, located south east of the village of Gifford in East Lothian, Scotland.
Young Earth creationism (YEC) is a form of creationism, a religious belief, which holds that the universe, Earth, and all life on Earth were created by direct acts of God less than 10,000 years ago.
Young Wizards is a series of novels by Diane Duane.
Youssef Wahbi (يوسف وهبي Yusuf Vehbi) (July 14, 1898 – October 17, 1982) was an Egyptian stage and film actor and director, a leading star of the 1930s and 1940s and one of the most prominent Egyptian stage actors of any era, who also served on the jury of the Cannes Film Festival in 1946.
The Yule goat is a Scandinavian and Northern European Yule and Christmas symbol and tradition.
Zabranjeno Pušenje (Bosnian for No Smoking) is a Bosnian rock band from Sarajevo.
Zazel: The Scent of Love (also known as "Zazel: Philip Mond's Scent of Love" and "ZTSOL") is a highly regarded award-winning American adult erotic film, photographed in October 1995 and released the following year.
A zduhać (Cyrillic: здухаћ) and vetrovnjak (ветровњак) in Serbian tradition, and a dragon man in Bulgarian, Macedonian and Serbian traditions, were men believed to have an inborn supernatural ability to protect their estate, village, or region against destructive weather conditions, such as storms, hail, or torrential rains.
Zeno of Verona (Zenone da Verona; about 300 – 371 or 380) was either an early Christian Bishop of Verona or a martyr.
Zofia Marchewka (d. 1771), was a Polish alleged witch.
"(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend" is a cowboy-styled country/western song written in 1948 by American songwriter, film and television actor Stan Jones.
The TV show 1000 Ways to Die airs on the cable channel Spike.
11-11-11 is a 2011 supernatural horror film written and directed by Darren Lynn Bousman.
The decade of the 1970s in film involved many significant films.
This is a list of British television related events from 1999.
This is a list of aviation-related events from 2003.
On the night of February 20, 2016, a series of apparently random shootings took place at an apartment complex, a car dealership, and outside a restaurant in Kalamazoo County, Michigan.
7 Stories is a play created by Canadian playwright Morris Panych.
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