Demoniality; Or, Incubi and Succubi: A Treatise Wherein is Shown that There are in Existence on Earth Rational Creatures Besides Man, Endowed Like Him with a Body and a Soul, that are Born and Die Like Him, Redeemed by Our Lord Jesus-Christ, and Capable of Receiving Salvation Or Damnation

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I. Liseux, 1879 - Demonology - 251 pages
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Page 63 - Genesis, chap. 6, verse 4, that giants were born when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men : that is the very letter of the sacred text. Now, those giants were men
Page 79 - The priest's lips should keep knowledge, and they should seek the law at his mouth, for he is the Angel of the Lord of Hosts.
Page 159 - He took the ashes of the perfumes, and put the heart and the liver of the fish thereupon, and made a smoke therewith; the which smell when the evil spirit had smelled, he fled.
Page 209 - own. And thus is fully explained the begetting of Giants from the intercourse of the Sons of God with the Daughters of men ; for that intercourse gave birth to Giants who, although like unto men, were of higher stature, and, though begotten by Demons, and consequently of great strength, yet equalled
Page 190 - Alias oves habeo, quae non sunt ex hoc ovili, et illas oportet me adducere, et vocem meam audient, et net unum ovile, et unus Pastor.
Page 109 - being less gross than the human frame, comprising less elements mixed together, and being therefore less composite, they would not so easily suffer from adverse influences, and would therefore be less liable to disease than man • their life would also exceed his; for, the more perfect an animal, as a species,
Page 27 - 22. Tenthly, they promise the Devil sacrifices and offerings at stated times : once a fortnight or at least each month, the murder of some child, or an homicidal act of sorcery, and other weekly misdeeds to the prejudice of mankind, such as hailstorms, tempests, fires, cattle plagues, etc.
Page 65 - connection between man and woman, but the performance of Incubi Demons who, from their nature, may very well be styled sons of God. Such is the opinion of the Platonist Philosophers and of Francis Georges the Venetian; nor is it discrepant from that of Josephus the Historian, Philo
Page 81 - suddenly come to his temple, even the Angel of the covenant whom ye delight in , a prophecy which literally applies to our Lord
Page 163 - Gentility, under its varied delusions, worships under the names of Fauns, Satyrs and Incubi ; I am on a mission from my flock : we request thee to pray for us unto the common God, whom we know to have come for the salvation of the world, and whose

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