Their looks were able to affect vital functions of the body or even to cause death so that they could easily be interpreted as a mythical metaphor of the demonical
sacred world, or of the death itself.
In all cases, it was the popular fear of the Devil himself and the demonical
conspiracy that pushed people to act against a real or imagined enemy.
or he can become a demonical
grimace, an ape of God.
The presence of a demonical
figure, be it referred to as Daitya, Varna or Mahisasura, (39) is indicative of the culmination of these performances, which enact the final triumph of the divine female over the demonic.
There, most often, the museum's perceived demonical
and culturally imperialist structures are deconstructed by academics who rarely consider that the museum could have a life in the realm of popular culture.
27) Jews were not viewed as a danger to the nation, but schoolbooks throughout America employed stereotypical and demonical
depictions of Jews to emphasize their singularity and to explain their dispersion.
Such a one "stands before the people as a demonical
power to whose miracles they have no key" (W 7.
He emphasizes the handbooks of the preachers as a "vehicle for the transmission" of ancient ideas of the demonical
He wrote a remarkable narrative of Charles Manson's demonical
expliots called The Family (1971), which clearly relates to his abiding interest in "Investigative Poetry" (see the work of that title published in 1976) and the significant grounding in particulars to be found in all that he has written.