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With the bathroom door slammed shut behind them, the twins pushed Veronica to the cold, dirty floor. She winced as her ribs smacked the tile; pain shot through her stomach and into her back. She stole a glance under the stalls before she raised her head. They were alone. Bare fluorescent bulbs flickered overhead, giving the room an ominous glow.

The taller twin gripped Veronica’s arms in her powerful grasp. She easily lifted Veronica to her feet and violently slammed her against the bathroom wall. Breathless, Veronica made a dash for the door, but was shoved back. The taller twin wrapped her fingers around Veronica’s neck. Veronica clawed, trying to break free, but the Deamhan was too strong.

Veronica stared into the twin’s dark, menacing eyes. Her vision twisted in and out. The bathroom floor rippled as if water suddenly covered the floor. Veronica’s head swooned and fear dissipated. The drink flowed through her veins, intoxicating her.

With the bathroom door slammed shut behind them, the twins pushed Veronica to the cold, dirty floor. She winced as her ribs smacked the tile; pain shot through her stomach and into her back. She stole a glance under the stalls before she raised her head. They were alone. Bare fluorescent bulbs flickered overhead, giving the room an ominous glow.

The taller twin gripped Veronica’s arms in her powerful grasp. She easily lifted Veronica to her feet and violently slammed her against the bathroom wall. Breathless, Veronica made a dash for the door, but was shoved back. The taller twin wrapped her fingers around Veronica’s neck. Veronica clawed, trying to break free, but the Deamhan was too strong.

Veronica stared into the twin’s dark, menacing eyes. Her vision twisted in and out. The bathroom floor rippled as if water suddenly covered the floor. Veronica’s head swooned and fear dissipated. The drink flowed through her veins, intoxicating her.

Dæmon is the Latin word for the Ancient Greek daimōn (δαίμων: "god", "godlike", "power", "fate"), [1] which refers to the daemons of ancient Greek religion and mythology and of later Hellenistic religion and philosophy . [2]

Daemon comes from the Ancient Greek word δαίμων , which originally referred to a lesser deity or guiding spirit. The word is further derived from Proto-Indo-European *dai-mon "provider, divider (of fortunes or destinies)", from the root *da "to divide". [3] Daimons were possibly seen as the souls of men of the golden age acting as tutelary deities , according to entry δαίμων at Liddell & Scott . [4] "Dæmon" is the Latin version of the Greek daimōn . [5] [6]

Daemons are benevolent or benign nature spirits , beings of the same nature as both mortals and deities, similar to ghosts , chthonic heroes, spirit guides , forces of nature, or the deities themselves (see Plato's Symposium ). According to Hesiod's myth, great and powerful figures were to be honoured after death as a daimon…" [7] Daimon is not so much a type of quasi-divine being, according to Burkert, but rather a non-personified "peculiar mode" of their activity.

Deamhan (Deamhan Chronicles Book 1) by Isaiyan Morrison, 287 pages, 2nd Edition, May 9th 2015, Genre: Metaphysical/Occult. Warning: May Contain Spoilers.

With the bathroom door slammed shut behind them, the twins pushed Veronica to the cold, dirty floor. She winced as her ribs smacked the tile; pain shot through her stomach and into her back. She stole a glance under the stalls before she raised her head. They were alone. Bare fluorescent bulbs flickered overhead, giving the room an ominous glow.

The taller twin gripped Veronica’s arms in her powerful grasp. She easily lifted Veronica to her feet and violently slammed her against the bathroom wall. Breathless, Veronica made a dash for the door, but was shoved back. The taller twin wrapped her fingers around Veronica’s neck. Veronica clawed, trying to break free, but the Deamhan was too strong.

Veronica stared into the twin’s dark, menacing eyes. Her vision twisted in and out. The bathroom floor rippled as if water suddenly covered the floor. Veronica’s head swooned and fear dissipated. The drink flowed through her veins, intoxicating her.

Dæmon is the Latin word for the Ancient Greek daimōn (δαίμων: "god", "godlike", "power", "fate"), [1] which refers to the daemons of ancient Greek religion and mythology and of later Hellenistic religion and philosophy . [2]

Daemon comes from the Ancient Greek word δαίμων , which originally referred to a lesser deity or guiding spirit. The word is further derived from Proto-Indo-European *dai-mon "provider, divider (of fortunes or destinies)", from the root *da "to divide". [3] Daimons were possibly seen as the souls of men of the golden age acting as tutelary deities , according to entry δαίμων at Liddell & Scott . [4] "Dæmon" is the Latin version of the Greek daimōn . [5] [6]

Daemons are benevolent or benign nature spirits , beings of the same nature as both mortals and deities, similar to ghosts , chthonic heroes, spirit guides , forces of nature, or the deities themselves (see Plato's Symposium ). According to Hesiod's myth, great and powerful figures were to be honoured after death as a daimon…" [7] Daimon is not so much a type of quasi-divine being, according to Burkert, but rather a non-personified "peculiar mode" of their activity.

Deamhan (Deamhan Chronicles Book 1) by Isaiyan Morrison, 287 pages, 2nd Edition, May 9th 2015, Genre: Metaphysical/Occult. Warning: May Contain Spoilers.

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With the bathroom door slammed shut behind them, the twins pushed Veronica to the cold, dirty floor. She winced as her ribs smacked the tile; pain shot through her stomach and into her back. She stole a glance under the stalls before she raised her head. They were alone. Bare fluorescent bulbs flickered overhead, giving the room an ominous glow.

The taller twin gripped Veronica’s arms in her powerful grasp. She easily lifted Veronica to her feet and violently slammed her against the bathroom wall. Breathless, Veronica made a dash for the door, but was shoved back. The taller twin wrapped her fingers around Veronica’s neck. Veronica clawed, trying to break free, but the Deamhan was too strong.

Veronica stared into the twin’s dark, menacing eyes. Her vision twisted in and out. The bathroom floor rippled as if water suddenly covered the floor. Veronica’s head swooned and fear dissipated. The drink flowed through her veins, intoxicating her.

Dæmon is the Latin word for the Ancient Greek daimōn (δαίμων: "god", "godlike", "power", "fate"), [1] which refers to the daemons of ancient Greek religion and mythology and of later Hellenistic religion and philosophy . [2]

Daemon comes from the Ancient Greek word δαίμων , which originally referred to a lesser deity or guiding spirit. The word is further derived from Proto-Indo-European *dai-mon "provider, divider (of fortunes or destinies)", from the root *da "to divide". [3] Daimons were possibly seen as the souls of men of the golden age acting as tutelary deities , according to entry δαίμων at Liddell & Scott . [4] "Dæmon" is the Latin version of the Greek daimōn . [5] [6]

Daemons are benevolent or benign nature spirits , beings of the same nature as both mortals and deities, similar to ghosts , chthonic heroes, spirit guides , forces of nature, or the deities themselves (see Plato's Symposium ). According to Hesiod's myth, great and powerful figures were to be honoured after death as a daimon…" [7] Daimon is not so much a type of quasi-divine being, according to Burkert, but rather a non-personified "peculiar mode" of their activity.


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