demonolatry


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demonolatry

the worship of demons
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Then, mid-atlantic, they played in the dark, fusing this approach with Delta demonolatry. And, in their perennial (now stale) role as aesthete exodusters disseminating whiteboy aristo "blues" and stylized outrage to the great unwashed masses of the Americas, the band have become the key prodigals of the Sixties generation.
Page 30: He has defined Lamaism thus, "Primitive Lamaism may therefore be defined as a priestly mixture of Shaivite mysticism, magic and Indo-Tibetan demonolatry overlaid by a thin varnish of Mahayana Buddhism.
An anonymous reviewer in the Eclectic Review suggests a close link between the invocation of saints and "Pagan demonolatry" (Rev.