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Nabu

Nabu Also known as : Nebo Nabu is the Babylonian lord of wisdom and writing, introduced to Mesopotamia by the Amorites, a powerful Western Semitic nation. Nabu originally served as Marduk’s scribe, but they were incorporated into the Baby lonian pantheon as father (Marduk) and son (Nabu). Nabu is the official spokesman for the Babylonian pantheon and eventually became the …

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Mylitta

Mylitta Also known as: Milidath Origin: Assyria Mylitta descended to Earth in the form of a flaming, falling star that landed in the freshwater spring named Afqa, source of the Adonis River in Lebanon. A shrine set up for her beside the spring was dedicated to sacred sex or debauchery, depending on who’s telling the tale. Sparks and flames from …

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Nisroc

Nisroc Assyrian deity who became both a good Angel and a Fallen Angel. As a fallen angel in Hell, Nisroc rules cuisine in the House of Princes. As a holy angel, he rules the order of principalities. The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology – Written by Rosemary Ellen Guiley -a leading expert on the paranormal – Copyright © 2009 by …

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Lamastu

Lamastu is a Babylonian and Assyrian goddess who practices evil for its own sake. Lamastu is usually translated as “Demonness.” She is hideous in appearance, having the head of a lion, the teeth of a donkey, a hairy body, naked breasts, blood-stained hands with long fingers and fingernails, and the feet of a bird. Sometimes she is shown with donkey …

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Lahmu

Lahmu is a benevolent Assyrian god who protects against evil Demons. Lahmu means “hairy,” a description of the god’s long hair and beard. Statues of Lahmu were placed in house and building foundations to ward off evil. The Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology – Written by Rosemary Ellen Guiley -a leading expert on the paranormal – Copyright © 2009 by …

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