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Aeshma

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Aeshma is the Younger Avestan name of Zoroastrianism's demon of "wrath." As a hypostatic entity, Aeshma is variously interpreted as "wrath," "rage," and "fury." His standard epithet is "of the bloody mace.

  • also known as 艾什瑪

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Google previewThe Jewish Encyclopedia (1901)

A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler

AEshma is an enemy of Sraoscha, ne of the good angels that serve Ahuramazda. 'shHis Func- ma's design is directed preeminently tion. toward imbuing the hearts of men with anger and revenge. Indeed, all the evil in the world is occasioned ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ancient Deities (2013)

by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner

Aeshma (Zoroastrian; Persia) Also known as: Aesm(Pahlavi dialect). One of Angra ...

Google previewDictionary of Satanism (2015)

by Wade Baskin

The Persians added the word daeva tothename Aeshma. Aeshma daeva, 'demon of lust,' later was identified as the king of the demons. The genie of concupiscence became a satellite of Satan in Christian theology. Asmodeuswas the name of ...

Google previewThe Persian Empire: A Historical Encyclopedia [2 volumes] (2016)

A Historical Encyclopedia by Mehrdad Kia

Aeshma acts as an ally of Ahriman “and the impersonation of invasion,” robbery, and pillaging, “the chief scourge” of early Zoroastrians (The Zend-Avesta, Part III: xix).

Google previewDictionary of Mythology, Folklore and Symbols (1961)

by Gertrude Jobes

DEMON Abasy Abbadona Abigor Abiku A bonsam Abtagigi Abyzu Acham A da ma stör Adrammelech Adversary, The Aegeon Aeife Aello Aeshma Afiti Afrasiyab Afrit ( Afreet) ...

Google previewA Dictionary of World Mythology (1986)

by Arthur Cotterell

Thus did Shemhazai and Azazel, who fathered 'the wicked demon Asmodaeus', the Zoroastrian Aeshma. On the Day of Atonement the priests had to sacrifice a second ram. One scapegoat was for the sins of Israel, the other for Azazel.

Google previewDictionary of Witchcraft (2014)

by David Pickering

It is thought that this demonwas descended ultimatelyfrom the Persian deity Aeshma Daeva, the god ofanger, who moved men to thoughts of revenge. Adopted by the Jews,hewasfrequently depicted causing trouble between husbands and ...

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