Post by Princess Emma on Jan 16, 2018 14:08:06 GMT -7
LESSON ONE HOMEWORK
1. In your own words, define Ghoul Studies.  apparitions, ghosts, spirits, spectres, nebulous visions, devils, fundamentally anything that isn't a place of the livings, or what we jump at the chance to call the undead
2. What is an undead?  can be characterized as creatures – in folklore, old stories, legend, or even reality - that are perished however act as though they’re alive.
3. Name one literature that uses the concept of the undead.  Frankenstein
4. Explain what happen when they become an undead?  When they turn out to be such, there accompanies the change the scourge of everlasting status. They can't kick the bucket, however, should go on age after age including new casualties and increasing the disasters of the world.
5. What is the difference between corporeal and incorporeal undead?  Above all else, we can perceive how they contrast in their cause. Phantoms are thought to be spirits of the perished people, who still decline to leave the domain of the living.
6. Mention two examples of corporeal undead.  Ghost Demon
Post by Princess Emma on Jan 17, 2018 9:59:48 GMT -7
LESSON THREE HOMEWORK
1. How did the origin word of demon become associated with evil?  ANSWER - The word demon started from the Greek word daimōn, which means soul or perfect power. It doesn't bring across a negative meaning, until the point when the early Roman Empire when a move of assumptions happened and non-religious people and Christians saw snobby group statues as destructive and containing terrible things.
2. What is the belief that came from the amalgamation of Greco-Roman magic, Jewish Aggadah and Christian demonology?  ANSWER - In a combination of Greco-Roman charisma, Jewish Aggadah, and Christian demonology, a demon is accepted to be a fascinating element that might be called for and controlled.
3. Name the entities described in Aggadic tales.  ANSWER - Persian conventions, in Aggadic stories, represented the shedim (demons), the mazziḳim (harmers), and the ruḥin (spirits), lilin (night spirits), ṭelane (evening spirits), ṭiharire (noontime spirits), and ẓafrire (morning spirits), that are under the domain of a lord or boss, Asmodai (Samael in the more established Aggadah).
4. What is a bhut? (Please research)  ANSWER - ghost of a dead individual
5. Mention the four demon classification based on demonology.  ANSWER - There are commoner qualities, under demons that confidential solely that souls as are trusted to chronicle into a family with the mortal race: angels in the Judeo-Christian custom that fell from kindness mortal spirits thought of as brutes or companions revered apparitions revenants or separate deadly spirits.
6. What is the difference between obsession and possession  ANSWER - Obsession when the rascal portrays superficially toward the human, though possession is produced spiritually.
7. What are the signs of demonic possesions  ANSWER - Lucifer (pride) Beelzebub (envy) Sathanus (wrath) Abaddon (sloth) Mammon (greed) Belphegor (gluttony) Asmodeus (lust)
Post by Princess Emma on Jan 17, 2018 10:20:53 GMT -7
LESSON FOUR HOMEWORK
1. Poltergeist originated from what German words?  ANSWER - Poltergeist started from the German sound poltern, alluding to construct pitch, and Geist, intending revenant or apparition.
2. Why do poltergeist considered to be aggressive?  ANSWER - a poltergeist is a sign of negative energy left by some terrible death
3. Name one difference between ghost and poltergeist.  ANSWER - Ghosts are believed to be goddesses of the dead personal quintessences, who besides forbid to omit the world of the sustenance. Poltergeists are believed to be moulds of potential, which an alive spirit constrains without knowing.
4. What are the signs of poltergeist disturbances  ANSWER - There are insignias that can be credited to poltergeist confusions: electric agitations, or electric articles serving on their concede, whacking or clattering on dams, or separate unknown outcries, gadgets flying or being pitched around by themselves, gadgets strangely going and reentering, peculiar or particular olfactions, uncommon hovering, material relapses
, 5. Where and in what year did the Great Amherst Mystery happen?  ANSWER - In 1878-1879 at Amherst
6. Aside of banging and scratching noises, what else happened to Esther Cox?  ANSWER - Esther similarly had breakdowns, inflammation, and at one point the language “Esther Cox, you are mine to annihilate” were attained and formulated strangely on the flank by her bunk.
Post by Princess Emma on Jan 17, 2018 10:41:52 GMT -7
LESSON FIVE HOMEWORK
1. In your own words, what is a banshee and describe her appearance  ANSWER - A banshee is comprehended as a bad sign of destruction. In Irish stories, she predicts the demise of a dynasty sister, customarily by yelling or crying. Banshee is oftentimes depicted in Gaelic old knowledge as donning crimson or emerald, commonly with longspun, dirty locks. In very old times, her strands are crimson or amber, expressed as glistening like fire.
2. What is the meaning of banshee in Old Irish?  ANSWER - The designation started in Old Irish that determines housewife of the elf hillock.
3. Who is the Morrigan?  ANSWER - The Morrígan is oftentimes believed to be a triplex demigoddess and explained as a fighting demigoddess.
4. Why is a banshee often connected to the Morrigan?  ANSWER - In one domain of Ireland this otherworldly quintessence is, in a supplement to the designate banshee, plus proclaimed the badhb". Her function was to not exclusively be a figure of happening to pass although to additionally form the result of fight.
5. Who is Dubhlaing ua Artigan  ANSWER - a boyish creature of Munster
6. What is the creature similar to banshee from Scottish folklore? What is this creature?  ANSWER - In Scottish stories, an alike extraterrestrial to Banshee is comprehended as the bean nighe (small laundress) and is discerned shining the gory garments or other covering of those who are about to crumble.