Explore Demonology, Monsters, and more!

Explore related topics

Go sit in the corner, lanky dog-stork-lizard, and play with your 18th-century aristocrat.

Diable: a general name for demons. It comes from a Greek word meaning Satan, fallen from heaven, but devil signifies any order of malicious spirits, especially those which are the enemy of man.

Dictionairre Infernal - BUER - Demonology Dictionary - Printed Patch - Sew On - p185

Buer (demon), the spirit, who teaches "Moral and Natural Philosophy" (from a 1995 Mathers edition. Illustration by Louis Breton from Dictionnaire Infernal).

blackpaint20: Head of Medusa Italy (probably, made) 17th century  Unknown (print-maker) The Victoria and Albert Museum

centuriespast: Head of Medusa Place of origin: Italy (probably, made) Date: century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (print-maker) The Victoria and Albert Museum

古今東西の悪魔の情報とイラストを集めた19世紀のオカルト大全集「Dictionnaire Infernal(地獄の辞典)」 - GIGAZINE

The demon Ukobach (inventor of fireworks and the art of frying foods) Collin DePlancy's Dictionnaire Infernal, 1818

Spring-Heeled Jack, the terror of Victorian London

Penny novels about murder and other crimes came to be known as "Penny Dreadfuls". This one is Spring-Heeled Jack, the terror of Victorian London

古今東西の悪魔の情報とイラストを集めた19世紀のオカルト大全集「Dictionnaire Infernal(地獄の辞典)」 - GIGAZINE

Jacques Collin de Plancy from trying to catalog them anyway. Like many demonologists before him, de Plancy set out to create an accounting of demonic events and forces in his book, Dictionnaire Infernal

South Asian Book Covers. @designerwallace

ephemera assemblyman: Women, Snakes and Stalkers: South Asian book covers