In Teutonic mythology, Nicor are malignant water monsters who drown people. They are related to the Nixie, which are kind, loving male water spirits like the Stromkarls and the Necks. The female water spirits are called Undine. These lesser water divinities will sometimes leave the water to attend village dances. They have fish tails and often sit by the water combing each … [Read more...]
Demon Description: Sea Monster
Below you will find a list of demons that are associated with water.
The Kappas are water demons in Japanese mythology. They are monkey-like creatures with saucer-shaped heads, yellowish-green skin, and long noses. Their main weakness is that their heads are filled with water, which gives them strength. If the water is spilled, the demon loses it's power and can be easily overcome. Reference Book: Dictionary of Ancient DeitiesBook: … [Read more...]
The Mayan god of storms or bad weather was Hurakan, so with all the bad weather in Florida this past month, I thought this 'demon' would be an appropriate Over a universe wrapped in the gloom of a dense and primeval night passed the god Hurakan, the mighty wind. He called out "earth," and the solid land appeared. The chief gods took counsel; they were Hurakan, … [Read more...]
Pseudomonarchia daemonum - Johann Wier (1583) (quoted) Forneus is a great marquesse, like unto a monster of the sea, he maketh men woondeffull in rhetorike, he adorneth a man with a good name, and the knowledge of toongs, and maketh one beloved as well of foes as freends: there are under him nine and twentie legions, of the order partlie of thrones, and partlie of … [Read more...]
The fomorians, whose name means 'dark of the sea,' were a race of Gaelic demons said to be the offspring of Noah's son, Ham. They are said to have the body of a man and the head of a goat, according to an 11th century text called The Book of the Dun Cow. Most sources list the Fomorians as one of the 4 races of Ireland who were defeated by the Tuatha De Danaan. The … [Read more...]