Category talk:Demons in Christianity

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Hmm I thought about, and correct me if I am wrong, but needn't Lilith be a part of the Christian Daemonology? She gets empregnated with Adam and concieves Kain and Abel...


That's more commonly a Jewish legend. Actually, most of the figures in this category don't belong here. They factor into occultism, but not in any literature (for example, Mephistopheles appears in the Faust legend, Paimon doesn't appear in any literature, just grimoires that most Christians would decry). Ian.thomson (talk) 16:36, 5 March 2009 (UTC)