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This Is The Reason You Should Stop Saying The Word "Abracadabra".


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In the episode, I bring the first part of another intriguing series.

Today, I will share a topic on demonology, and the first demon on our list is.., drum roll, Abraxas!

Before we jump into the study of this hideous creature, let us first understand what demonology means.

Disclaimer: Please dear reader, I am not a ritualist or native doctor or a witch or a demonic specialist. I am simply an enthusiastic person wrapped in sheer curiosity.

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What is Demonology; 

Demonology is the study of demons or beliefs about demons. 

They may be human, or nonhuman, separable souls, or discarnate spirits that never inhabited a body. 

A sharp distinction is often drawn between these two classes, notably by the Melanesians, several African groups, and others. 

Below is a list of types of demons;

Fallen Angels. 

Malevolent genii.


Ghosts or Malevolent Revenants.

Do you want to learn about each type of demons? 

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Now that we have learnt about demons. Let us discuss the first one on our list.


Abraxas is a mystical word, probably of Gnostic or Kabbalistic origins. It conveys geometrically the number 365 and is connected with the solar cycle. The word is also associated with the highest Gnostic deity and eventually became the name of a demon in occultism.


The word Abraxas (or Abrasax or Abracax) carved on certain stones, called Abraxas stones, were used for amulets or spells (the word may be related to the word abracadabra). 


Abraxas is described as a fat-bellied character with the head of a lion or a cock, sometimes crowned, with a dragon's tail, and serpents instead of legs. He also carries a whip in his hand.

Dear reader, do not be frightened by this description. 

Remember, in our previous series, I shared tips on how to avoid them, and be free from their manipulations. I have shared the ultimate weapon to defeat them, so fret not!

If you missed the previous series, please read those articles before continuing this one.

Please, do not say I did not warn you!

Why you should not say Abracadabra;

In ancient times, witches and individuals who practiced occultism cast spells and charms on people by invoking Abraxas and they usually call out this demon on individuals when they say, "abracadabra".

In some sources, I discovered that abracadabra means; 'to cause death'.

Yes, you probably have your jaws dropped now, but that is the truth.

Please, if you usually say this word; abracadabra on purpose or as a joke, refrain from such habits because you are invoking a spirt you ought not to disturb.

Recall that in our previous series, I explained how your aura, surrounding and energies can influence you and your family.

Calling out Abraxas by saying abracadabra can severely tamper with your energy, so refrain from doing such.

Dear reader, as I earlier said, I am not a demonic specialist so I will put my pen down here. 

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