By Kirsten Miller
Haven Moore want to think that Adam Rosier and his sinister Ouroboros Society are reminiscence. yet then her ally, Beau Decker, disappears, and a cabal of girls often called the Horae declare that Adam is in charge. The Horae have spent centuries scheming to wreck Adam. They inform Haven that she by myself holds the clue to Beau's disappearance--and they'll aid her provided that she provides to entice Adam into their clutches. It's a plan the Horae think might retailer the area, and one Haven and Iain worry could wreck the happiness they've been chasing for 2 thousand years. simply because whilst Haven will get towards Adam, he proves extra beautiful than she ever expected.
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It is created when a person commits suicide. Source: Rae, Breath Becomes the Wind, 22, 46 Belili (Bell-LEE-lee) Variations: Baalat, Baalit, Belet-ili, Belit-Ill, Gesht-Inanna Originally Belili was a minor goddess in the religion practiced in ancient Sumeria. Later she was adopted by the ancient Babylonians and was worshiped as a vampiric goddess. Associated with sacred prostitution, Belili accepted the offerings of children sacriﬁced to her by ﬁre. Some sources describe her as having rather SUCCUBUS-like abilities and behaviors, thereby equating her as an early concept of LILITH (see ANCIENT BABYLONIAN AND ASSYRIAN VAMPIRES).
Once this demon has entered into the person’s body, it forces them to commit suicide, which is why the Dayak people associate this vampiric spirit with accidental, sudden, and suicidal deaths. ” It is used in place of the word kyuketsuki. Source: Bush, Asian Horror Encyclopedia, 20; Melton, Vampire Book, 337; Takenobu, Kenkyusha’s New Japanese-English Dictionary, 80 Banshee (BAN-she) Variations: Bean Chaointe, Bean-Nighe, Bean Sidhe, Beansidhe, Caoineag, Cointeach, Cyhiraeth, Cyoerraeth, Eur-Cunnere Noe, GWRACH Y RHIBYN, Kannerez-Noz, Washer at the Banks, Washer at the Ford, Washer of the Shrouds Currently, the banshee is considered to be a type of fay with vampiric tendencies.
If one can ﬁnd where it has hidden its skin, all one needs to do is cover it with SALT so that the skin will shrivel and dry up. When the asema returns, it will ﬁnd that its skin no longer ﬁts. The light of day will then destroy it. Source: American Folklore Society, Journal of American Folklore, vol. 58–59, 242; Brautigam, Asema, 16 –17; Bryant, Handbook of Death, 99; Gallop, Portugal, 216 Asemann (Ah-SAY-min) From the Republic of Suriname, this living VAMPIRIC WITCH, very similar to the ASEMA, has the ability to shape-shift into animals at night (see LIVING VAMPIRE).
All You Desire by Kirsten Miller