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Seven Demons - Dementor - Faithless

Darkness 7. Revived for Condemnation 8. In the Name of God 2. Kill the Thought on Christ 3. The Law of Karma 4. The Lost Humanity 5. Fate of Emptiness 6. Rotting God 7. Suppuration of My Soul 8. Mortal Melody 9. The basilisk attempts to kill several Muggle-borns, but due to good fortune all its victims were merely petrified.

Riddle commanded Ginny Weasley to kill all the school roosters remarked upon by Hagrid. When Harry discovers the chamber, Riddle reveals his identity and sets the basilisk loose upon Harry while Ginny's life force ebbs away. Fawkes helps Harry, by blinding the basilisk with his talons and carrying the Sorting Hat ; Harry pulls the sword of Godric Gryffindor from the hat, and uses it to impale the basilisk in the roof of her mouth, killing her.

The basilisk's fangs and her venom absorbed by the sword of Gryffindor proved instrumental for destroying most of Voldemort's Horcruxes. In Chamber of Secrets , while killing the basilisk at the same time, Harry Potter was stabbed in the arm by the first fang, which broke off and was used by Harry to puncture Tom Riddle's diary one of Voldemort's Horcruxes , an act which restored Ginny's life force. In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows , after losing the sword of Gryffindor to Griphook, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger return to the chamber and retrieve a fang from the dead basilisk's mouth, using it to destroy Helga Hufflepuff 's cup.

This time the chamber was opened by Ron by imitating Harry's Parseltongue. Ron Weasley, Neville Longbottom, and Professor Dumbledore used the sword of Gryffindor, laced with the basilisk's venom, to destroy the locket, Nagini and Marvolo Gaunt's ring, respectively. In the Harry Potter universe , a Boggart is an amortal shape-shifter non-being that takes on the form of its intended victim's worst fear. While British mythology describes boggarts as house-elves who cause trouble or malevolent beings inhabiting marshes or other lonely spots, Rowling's boggarts are more like Brollachans , magical creatures originating from Scotland.

However, there is one record of an English Lancashire boggart which could take the form of various animals, or indeed more fearful creatures. Boggarts like to hide in dark, enclosed places, such as closets and cabinets. It is unknown what form a boggart chooses to take when alone. In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix , Mad-Eye Moody determines, with his magical eye, that there is a boggart in the desk in the drawing room.

In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban , Remus Lupin teaches his students in Defence Against the Dark Arts to approach a boggart in groups of two or more, so that the boggart will have difficulty in choosing which one to frighten. The Riddikulus charm is used to combat Boggarts, by changing their appearance into a less fearsome or even comical apparition, which weakens the creatures.

When Harry Potter approaches the boggart, it takes the form of a Dementor. Centaurs in the Harry Potter universe are wild creatures who claim to possess intelligence greater than humans. Their heads and torsos resemble those of humans but they possess the four legs, lower bodies and tail of a horse. Although sentient, they have not requested assignment as beings, preferring to remove themselves entirely from human affairs.

Centaurs who decide to associate with humans, such as Firenze, who agrees to teach Divination at Hogwarts, can be seen as traitors to their kind and attacked by other centaurs. Firenze's interest in human affairs resulted in violent reprisals by other centaurs and were it not for Hagrid's intervention, Firenze could have been killed.

Centaurs are skilled in healing and astrology, and spend much of their time scouring the stars for portents. They live in forests, and their society consists of groups called herds. They do not appear to employ or need any technology more advanced than a bow and arrow. They are proud and territorial, therefore high diplomatic skills must be employed when dealing with centaurs. Displaying lack of respect to centaurs can have violent consequences, as Dolores Umbridge learned to her cost.

In Deathly Hallows , the Hogwarts centaur herd, after being admonished fiercely by Hagrid, takes sides with the Order of the Phoenix, and assist in the Battle of Hogwarts. The films depict the centaurs with bestial and animalistic facial features. The books do not describe them, but several female students are attracted to them. The dementors are "soulless creatures [10] They are the guards of the wizard prison, Azkaban , until after the return of antagonist Lord Voldemort.

Albus Dumbledore harbors an intense dislike of dementors, noting he has long felt the Ministry of Magic erred in "allying" with such creatures, implying that dementor society in general exists apart from the general wizarding world. Dumbledore forbade dementors from entering Hogwarts but this ban was ultimately broken in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by Minister of Magic Cornelius Fudge, who insisted on being accompanied by a dementor as a bodyguard. Beneath the cloak, dementors are eyeless, and the only feature of note is the perpetually indrawn breath, by which they consume the emotions and good memories of human beings, forcing the victim to relive its worst memories alone.

According to the author, dementors grow like fungi in dark, moist places, creating a dense, chilly fog. Although they are implied to be sentient , this is left ambiguous. The presence of a dementor makes the surrounding atmosphere grow cold and dark, and the effects are cumulative with the number of dementors present. The culmination of their power is the 'Dementor's Kiss', wherein the dementor latches its mouth onto a victim's lips and consumes its soul or psyche , presumably to leave the victim in a persistent vegetative state , without any memories and feelings left.

Dementors are invisible to Muggles, but affect them otherwise identically. Despite their attachment to human emotion, dementors seem to have difficulty distinguishing one human from another, as demonstrated by Barty Crouch Jr. Their sensitivity appears less precise in proportion to the emotion's 'complexity'; this particular weakness enabled Sirius Black , an Animagus , to escape Azkaban by transforming into a dog.

The principal method against them is the Patronus Charm , which both protects its user and repels the dementors. Dementors have the power to feed off the good feelings and memories when coming in close contact. Harry first encounters dementors during his third year of school, when they are sent to guard Hogwarts against Sirius Black, thought to be a dangerous criminal at this point in time. Being reminded by their presence of his parents' murder by Voldemort, Harry asks Remus Lupin for assistance, and thus acquires the Patronus Charm.

At the beginning of Order of the Phoenix , two dementors are dispatched to Little Whinging to assassinate Harry, and nearly drain the soul from his cousin Dudley Dursley before Harry drives them off with the Patronus It is later learned that they were sent by Minister Fudge's corrupt secretary Dolores Umbridge , a possible mole for the Death Eaters.

By the novel's end, the dementors of Azkaban stage a mass revolt against their employers to join Voldemort, who permits them nearly free access to victims. In Deathly Hallows , the Ministry, under the control of Voldemort, uses dementors to punish Muggle-borns. The dementors also take Voldemort's side during the Battle of Hogwarts.

After the appointment of Kingsley Shacklebolt as Minister of Magic, dementors are removed from Azkaban, and the Ministry contains them by limiting their numbers.

Rowling, by her own account, created the dementors after a time in which she, in her own words, "was clinically depressed". Ghosts play an important secondary role, mainly as advisors to the leading characters. Unlike the ghosts in a traditional ghost story , these ghosts are neither frightening nor necessarily ghoulish.

Ghosts in the novels appear silvery and translucent. They can fly and pass through walls, tables, and other solid objects, but nonetheless have some ability to physically affect, and be affected by, the living world. Moaning Myrtle , for instance, can splash the water in her toilet. In the Harry Potter universe, only wizards and witches can become ghosts.

As Nearly Headless Nick explained to Harry, "Wizards can leave an imprint of themselves upon the earth, to walk palely where their living selves once trod I was afraid of death. I chose to remain behind. I sometimes wonder whether I oughtn't to have Well, that is neither here nor there In fact, I am neither here nor there Seven Demons 8. Cheeeek that out dude. Lead RIFFs:. Bad selection. Save Cancel.

Really delete this comment? Mammon: greed. Asmodeus: lust. Leviathan: envy. Beelzebub: gluttony. Satan: wrath. Belphegor: sloth. Answered May 10, Thank you for the answer request. The 7 demons: Lucifer: pride Beelzebub: gluttony Sathanus: wrath Leviathan: envy Mammon: greed Belphegor: sloth Asmodeus: lust They are claimed to represent these sins but there is no 1 demon that truly represents 1 sin. Related Questions More Answers Below Are there different ranking of demons like there are angels and archangels?

Why must angels and demons be ranked? Like many works of mystical nature, Le Dragon Rouge or the Red Dragon claims to come from Solomon and his priests and is said to be published in by Alibeck the Egyptian. However, it was most likely written in France in the 18th century. The grimoire details the different hosts of hell and their powers, describing how to enter a pact with them to attain the magicians' goals.

The demons of hell are classified by three different tiers from Generals to Officers. Pseudomonarchia Daemonum , by Johann Weyer , is a grimoire that contains a list of demons and the appropriate hours and rituals to conjure them in the name of God, Jesus and the Holy Ghost simpler than those cited by The Lesser Key of Solomon below.

This book was written around , and lists sixty-eight demons. The demons Vassago , Seir , Dantalion and Andromalius are not listed in this book. Pseudomonarchia Daemonum does not attribute seals to the demons. The Lesser Key of Solomon or Lemegeton Clavicula Salomonis is an anonymous 17th century grimoire, and one of the most popular books of demonology. The Lesser Key of Solomon contains detailed descriptions of spirits and the conjurations needed to invoke and oblige them to do the will of the conjurer referred to as the "exorcist".

It details the protective signs and rituals to be performed, the actions necessary to prevent the spirits from gaining control, the preparations prior to the invocations , and instructions on how to make the necessary instruments for the execution of these rituals.

The author of The Lesser Key of Solomon copied Pseudomonarchia Daemonum almost completely, but added demons' descriptions, their seals and details. Ars Goetia is the first section of The Lesser Key of Solomon , containing descriptions of the seventy-two demons that King Solomon is said to have evoked and confined in a bronze vessel sealed by magic symbols, and that he obliged to work for him. The Ars Goetia assigns a rank and a title of nobility to each member of the infernal hierarchy, and gives the demons "signs they have to pay allegiance to", or seals.

The Dictionnaire Infernal English: Infernal Dictionary is a book on demonology , organised in hellish hierarchies. There were several editions of the book, but perhaps the most famous is the edition of , in which sixty-nine illustrations were added to the book. These illustrations are drawings which depict the descriptions of the appearance of a number of demons.

Many of these images were later used in S. The book was first published in and then divided into two volumes, with six reprints and many changes between and The English word dementor is used generically to refer to any evil or fearsome creature.

In the film series , Dementors are portrayed differently compared to how they were described in the books. In the books, they were described as tall hooded humanoid figures, whereas in the films, they appear as skeletal creatures wearing black robes. Another notable difference is that the Dementors in the films can fly freely.

This aspect was completely absent from the books, where they were merely gliding over the ground. This is most noticeable when the Dementors were intruding the first Quidditch match in the Prisoner of Azkaban. In the book, the Dementors were described as standing in the stadium, while in the film, they were purposefully pursuing a broomstick-riding Harry Potter.

Furthermore, the Dementors from the films appear to have a much more drastic effect on the environment compared to their book counterparts. In the films, the nearby surroundings of a Dementor are immediately covered by a layer of ice and any plant in the vicinity almost instantly withers away.

The only explicit effect the book described Dementors were having in the environment is that they are accompanied by a cold mist. The first Dementor Harry encountered in the third film was able to open the Hogwarts Express without touching it, causing it to slide open with a wave of its hand, with some wizards and witches in the films also being able to perform similar feats.

Also, the first Dementor seen in the fifth film was able to effortlessly lift Harry off the ground by the neck and pin him to a wall, showing great strength. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video? They infest the darkest, filthiest places, they glory in decay and despair, they drain peace, hope, and happiness out of the air around them Get too near a Dementor and every good feeling, every happy memory will be sucked out of you.

If it can, the Dementor will feed on you long enough to reduce you to something like itself You will be left with nothing but the worst experiences of your life. Contents [ show ]. Rowling on the early history of Azkaban [src].

Shapes moved out in the darkness, swirling figures of concentrated blackness, moving in a great wave towards the castles, their faces hooded and their breath rattling Light was sucked from the environment right up to the stars, which vanished The cold was biting deeper and deeper into Harry 's flesh Then, around the corner, gliding noiselessly, came Dementors, ten or more of them, visible because they were of a denser darkness than their surroundings, with their black cloaks and their scabbed and rotting hands.

Could they sense fear in the vicinity? Harry was sure of it: They seemed to be coming more quickly now, taking those dragging, rattling breaths he detested, tasting despair on the air, closing in — " —Description of Dementors as they close in [src]. Most go mad within weeks.

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