My side-blog for writing references, rhetoric, and inspirational things. I don't necessarily agree with all I post here, but I post in order to challenge my views.
The latest generator, the random demon maker! Complete with horns, wings, and (mostly) unappealing personality traits, you can make your own demon in varying degrees of non-human-ness.
(Fun fact you can technically get my headcanon for demon!Dean on Supernatural [but that’s probably like a one in a million chance])
1. loss; something that is lost; no longer possessed or retained.
2. deprivation; dispossession.
Etymology : Latin āmissiō .
1. constituting a beginning; giving origin to something derived or developed; original; elementary.
Embryology: first formed.
3. pertaining to or existing at or from the very beginning.
Etymology : from Late Latin prīmōrdiālis , “of the beginning, original”, from Latin prīmus , “first” + ōrdīrī , “to begin”.
Freydoon Rassouli - In The Beginning]
1962 republic of andolucia manual on demonic constructs
The infographic explanation on how demons work in my story is finally done! @_@ It’s more or less an expanded explanation of
this. I worked really hard on it! hope its easy to understand!
EDIT: im gonna put some COOL DEMON FACTZ that i couldn’t fit on the graphic under the cut
Yet Hallblithe speaketh with the king.
Walter Crane, from
The Story of the Glittering Plain, by William Morris, Hammersmith, Kelmscott Press, 1894.