The name Abraxas was taken from abra-cadabra. He is presented on amulets with the head of a cock, dragon’s feet and a whip in his hand.
An alastor is a tormenting spirit or a Nemesis.
In Sumerian myth, Anzu was a large bird (eagle or vulture) who lived in the realm of the gods.
In Roman mythology, Cacus, the son of Vulcan, was a giant who lived in a cave on Mount Aventine.
Greek vampires that would feed on children born around Christmas time.
Cerberus was the three-headed watchdog with a serpent body that guarded the entrance to Hades in Greek/Roman mythology.
Ereshkigal, the ruler of the underworld, is the sister of Ishtar/Inanna.
The Erinyes (the Angry Ones), aka the Furies and the Eumenides (the Kindly Ones), were three women sent to avenge the souls of the dead.
Eurynome was one of the female titans in Greek mythology.
The wolf, Fenrir was the eldest child of Loki and the giantess, Angrboda.
Flaga is a Scandinavian fairy, though some claim she was only a magician who rode on an eagle.
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.