Wonders In The Sky And Nonsense In The Book
David J. Hufford, Professor Emeritus of Humanities and Psychiatry, Penn State College of Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Pennsylvania provides the forward to Jacques Vallee's and Chris Aubeck's book (pictured above).

Professor Hufford is erudite and insightful.

Here are some examples from his Foreward:

I [Hufford] was pursuing the heretical idea that folk belief traditions might actually incorporate accurate observations...

[Vallee in his books, Anatomy of a Phenomenon and Passport to Magonia] recognized the difference between the core phenomenology of [UFO] reports and the local language and interpretations that clothed that core in traditional accounts.

Criticizing conventional UFO investigators for "confusing appearance and reality" [Vallee] said that "The phenomenon has stable, invariant features....But we have also had to note carefully the chameleonlike character of the secondary attributes of the sightings.

The willingness of [Vallee and Aubeck] to cast a very wide net, andn ot to allow the particular cultural interpretations of events to limit their view, offers us a remarkable opportunity to seek patterns that may lead to new understandings.

Those with a view of these matters narrowly focused on a particular interpretation, especially the extraterrestrial idea, may be annoyed by the mixing of the aerial and the religious, the political and the mystical and more.

The problem with "spaceship" is not that it is anomalous; it is that it is an interpetation rather than an observation.

But Vallee and Aubeck undercut these judicious remarks by Professor Hufford by making these comments in their Introduction:

We will show that unidentified flying objects have had a MAJOR [sic] impact not only on popular culture but on our history, on our religion...

...the fact would remain that an unexplained phenomenon has played and continues to play a fantastically important role in shaping our belief systems, the way we view our history and the role of science.

...their [UFOs] impact has shaped human civilization in important ways.

Vallee's and Aubeck's hubris astounds.

UFOs have never had a "major" impact on humanity or civilization or history or religion.

The phenomenon has always been a remote and peripheral aspect of societal life, of human existence.

UFOs, today, are as inconsequential to humanity and society as a whole as they have always been, despite Vallee's insistence that UFOs have been and are integral to life on Earth.

Vallee's view is egocentric, megalomanic almost.

His view typifies that of those, generally, who are absorbed by the pheonomenon.

Irritated by Stephen Hawking's postion vis a vis UFOs - "I am discounting reports of UFOs. Why would they appear only to cranks and weirdos?" - Vallee and Aubeck don't get it:

The persons seeing UFOs are not cranks and weirdos. Hawking is wrong. The people who study UFOs are the cranks and weirdos - Vallee and Aubeck among them.


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Pulp Fantasy Library Quest Of The Starstone
While C.L. Moore created numerous characters over the course of her decades-long writing career, her two most popular creations are the medieval French warrior Jirel of Joiry and the futuristic ne'er-do-well Northwest Smith. I've written about both of them before in this space and with good reason. I consider both Jirel and N.W. to be among the most memorable characters of pulp fantasy, right up there with John Carter and Conan. These characters are not only interesting in their own rights, but very influential to boot, becoming prototypes for later fantasy and science fiction characters (It's pretty clear, for example, that Northwest Smith served as a significant inspiration for George Lucas's Han Solo).

Given their popularity with "Weird Tales" readers, where both Jirel and Smith first appeared, it's little surprise that the two characters would eventually appear side by side in a single story. "Quest of the Starstone" was that story, published in the November 1937 issue of The Unique Magazine. This story was not written solely by Moore, but was a collaboration with Henry Kuttner, whom Moore would marry in 1940. Consequently, the story isn't, in my opinion, as good as the others about these characters, nor as good as later collaborations between Moore and Kuttner. That might be because the pair hadn't quite worked out the best way to combine their distinct talents, which gives "Quest for the Starstone" a "choppy," uneven feel. Moore's stories are usually brooding and introspective and, "Quest for the Starstone" is more of a straightforward romp and evinces a lot more humor than is typical in Moore's singular works.

What makes the story interesting, though, is its story, which I think nicely demonstrates how much our conceptions of "fantasy" and "science fiction" have changed over the last three-quarters of a century. As the story begins, Jirel is pursuing the warlock Franga in medieval France. Among his many magical artifacts is reputed to be the Starstone, which grants its possessor uncanny luck. Jirel succeeds in wresting it from Franga in a memorable exchange:

"Ha, behold it!" she screamed to the unanswering stone. "Son of a fiend, behold it! The luck of the Starstone is mine, now a better man has wrested it from you! Confess Joiry your master, you devil-deluder! Dare you show your face? Dare you?" Over that empty corner the shadow swept again, awesomely from nowhere. Out of the sudden darkness creaked a door's hinges, and the wizard's voice called in a choke of fury, "Bel's curse on you, Joiry! Never think you've triumphed over me! I'll have it back if I-if I- If you-what? D'ye think I fear you, you hell-spawned warlock? If you-what? Me you may not fear, Joiry," the wizard's voice quavered with fury, "but by Set and Bubastis, I'll find one who'll tame you if I must go to the ends of space to find him-to the ends of time itself! And then-beware!"Since I've already revealed that this short story details the meeting of Jirel and Northwest Smith, one need not guess whom Franga will choose as his champion. Using his sorcery, the warlock travels to the future and finds Smith and his Venusian sidekick Yarol in a seedy tavern on Mars. It's in this section that Moore's melancholy writing comes to the fore, as she describes Smith's dissatisfaction with his life as an interplanetary smuggler. She also has him sing a few stanzas of the song "The Green Hills of Earth," a song whose title Robert Heinlein would borrow a decade later. Just then, Franga appears and makes Smith an intriguing offer:

"Are your services for hire, stranger?" quavered a cracked voice speaking in a tongue that despite himself sent Smith's pulses quickening in recognition. French, Earth's French, archaic and scarcely intelligible, but unquestionably a voice from home. "For a price," he admitted, his fingers closing definitely on his gun. "Who are you and why do you ask? And how in the name of- It will reward you to ask no questions," said the cracked quaver. "I seek a fighting-man of a temper strong enough for my purpose, and I think you are he. Look, does this tempt you?" A claw-like hand extended itself out of the shadow, dangling a double rope of such blue-white pearls as Smith had never dreamed of. "Worth a king's ransom," croaked the voice. "And all for the taking. Will you come with me? Come where? To the planet Earth-to the land of France-to the year of 1500." So far as I know, this is the only time that the date of Jirel's time is ever explicitly mentioned in any of Moore's writings, which seem to make it canonical, but I must admit that the date doesn't sit well with me, mostly because Jirel's adventures "seem "to occur in earlier time. Regardless, Smith agrees to Franga's offer, mostly out of boredom, and he's instructed by the magician to steal the Starstone back from Jirel if he wants his reward and his way back to the future. The remainder of the story deals with what happens once Smith meets Jirel of Joiry and discovers that the situation into which he's been thrust is not quite as simple as he'd been led to believe.

As I said above, "Quest of the Starstone" isn't a great work, even by the standards of pulp fantasy. I like it nonetheless, since it reveals the much higher degree of permeability between literary genres in the past. Perhaps more precisely it reveals that, once upon a time, "fantasy" was a very broad genre, one that encompassed much more than wizards and dragons and included Martians and spaceships, too. Out of that broader conception of fantasy did games like "Dungeons & Dragons "grow, with its many references to Barsoom and robots alongside its reference to Conan and Balrogs. I won't say that I think nothing has been gained by stricter conceptions of genre, but I will say that I think some things have been "lost".

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37 Mantles Foreshadowed

2 Kings 2:9 (KJV)

9 And it came to pass, when they were gone over, that Elijah said unto Elisha, Ask what I shall do for thee, before I be taken away from thee. And Elisha said, I pray thee, let a double portion of thy spirit be upon me.

2 Kings 2:13-14 (KJV)

13 HE TOOK UP ALSO THE MANTLE OF ELIJAH that fell from him, and went back, and stood by the bank of Jordan;

14 And he TOOK THE MANTLE OF ELIJAH THAT FELL FROM HIM, AND SMOTE THE WATERS, AND SAID, WHERE IS THE LORD GOD OF ELIJAH? and when he also had smitten the waters, they parted hither and thither: and Elisha went over.


The outer garment in Bible times, was a large robe which served the purpose of an overcoat. It is made of sheepskin with the wool still on it, of goat's hair, or of cotton. It was dark brown, different shades and having whitish stripes.

The robe or loose mantle was thrown over the other parts of the dress. It served as shelter from wind and rain, and as a cover at night. It was common sight to see a man walking even on a hot day with his heavy mantle. For the mantle that kept out the cold of winter, kept out the heat of summer.

This mantle with which Elijah smote and parted the waters of Jordan became the property of Elisha (2Kings 2:8-13). The three young men who were cast into the fiery furnace were clad in their mantles as well as their tunics and other garb (Dan. 3:21).

The act of Elijah, conveying a double portion upon Elisha, by throwing his mantle upon him, has made the subject of 'mantles' to be of spiritual discussion for centuries since. Even the popes of the Roman Catholic church have borrowed the ceremony in the ordaining of archbishops, seeking to invest them with church authority, by sending him what is called by them, a pallium, pall, or cloak.

This pallium was not much like the mantle, actually, for in Zechariah 13:4, and 2 Kings 1:8, we see that the original mantles were rough or hairy garments. The pallium or pall was made of white wool. The nuns of St. Agnes, annually, present two white lambs on the altar of their church. The lambs are later to the pope's sub-deacons, who send those lambs to pasture till shearing time. They are then shorn, and the pallium is made using their wool. The pallium is then placed on the high altar on the supposed bodies of Peter and of Paul. This becomes to them, like the mantle of Elijah, only to them this having been upon what is supposed to be the body of Peter, is supposed to pass the power they afforded Peter, and feel it is invested into the successors.

No, that is not the teaching of the 'gift' of the mantle. There is a mantle that God can share with us, and we can gain blessing from its bestowment.


Did Jesus wear a literal mantle? Famous artists have painted pictures of Jesus, and have not always given an letter-perfect view. Upon His head He must have worn the turban. It was probably white, and fastened under the chin by a cord, and came down to the shoulders over his tunic.

His tunic, His underneath apparel, was of one piece without seam. It was of value, This tunic had probably been given to Him by one of those women who "ministered to Him of their substance."

Over this He wore the mantle which was unsecured and flowing. This mantle was not white, for it became white during the transfiguration. It was not red, for that was only the military color, It may have been blue, if it were of the cotton type, or it may have been white with brown stripes if it were sheepskin.

John 13:4 (KJV)

4 He riseth from supper, and laid aside his garments; and took a towel, and girded himself.

Jesus laid aside his garments, i.e. His outer garment. (Matthew 5:40) This was his mantle, which is also said to have been without seam. It was customary to lay this aside when they worked. So, this mantle was even worn by our Lord. The significance of the mantle, and of its typical meaning should be discovered, so as to understand what this gift of the Spirit is.



Christians have a promise of a 'double portion'. Elijah and Elisha took a long walk. Elijah was preaching his last set of sermons, to some 'schools of prophets' in various communities. The lessons taught teach us yet today. There was a double portion blessing that Elisha wanted to have, and he needed a teaching to illustrate to him how one gets a double portion of God's power.

When they walked through Gilgal (II Kings 2:2) Elijah told Elisha, 'tarry here, I pray thee, for the Lord hath sent me to Bethel.' But Elisha told Elijah 'I would not leave thee.'

When they walked through Bethel, a bit more advanced group of prophetic students, Elijah also told Elisha to remain there (II Kings 2:3-4). Elisha would not, but continued on with Elijah, for Elijah had prophesied that he would be taken up, and Elisha wanted to be there when that happened.

When they came to Jericho, (II Kings 2:4), Elisha would not stay there either, though requested to do so. The ones there were a bit more spiritual, and also knew that Elijah was to be raptured. A group of 50 of them followed a bit far off, just wanting to see what happened. When Elijah parted the Jordan, they were a bit far off to cross over with them, so they had to wait there, and did not see the rapture of Elijah.

Elijah then had the one prophetic student of the groups, that was the hungriest, most desirous of more. So, Elijah asked:

'Ask what I shall do for thee... I pray thee a double portion of thy spirit be upon me...'

So, Elisha asked for a double portion, and had already proven, he was not satisfied with what others had, but he wanted more.

The last day revival is a time when a double portion will be available for all, but some will not want it desperately enough. Many have not learned the key to receiving a double portion. The key is the 'mantle'.

How many Elisha's are there out there in this day? How many are like the 'sons of the prophets' that are apathetic, or at best curious enough to just stay close enough to see what is happening?

Elijah told Elisha, that if he were near when Elijah would be raptured, and caught his mantle, he would have as he desired. That would take some courage, for as the chariots of fire came near, and a whirlwind caught up Elijah, the normal human tendency would be to run and be safe. But, Elisha was courageous, and stood there, probably hoping he would get taken up too.

Some are like the prophets at Gilgal and Bethel, who did not even know about the rapture of Elijah that was to happen. Some like those in Jericho, knew, but only were interested enough to follow afar off. But Elisha wanted to be empowered, and the mantle represented that empowering.

The mantle was a blanket like garment. It was often shared by two as they would walk together, for it could be cold, and the two that were in fellowship together, would share the mantle for warmth, and be able to fellowship easily. The mantle therefore represents 'fellowship with God'. And God let Elijah pass on that 'fellowship' to Elisha. It became a double portion blessing to him.

It was not till Elisha had refused to stay at Gilgal, Bethel, Jericho and at Jordan's edge, that the offer was made. There are some today, in Christianity, around the world, that are pushing past the snares of the devil, the false doctrines of demonic doctrines, the lures of false prophets, the concerns of the cares of life, the lust for things and carnal mammon. These ones are being offered a garment of clothing beyond the normal blessings of all saints. This mantle experience, this double portion, is a closer fellowship with God. It is a walking daily in fellowship with the Lord.

Elisha was the only one who ventured to stay with Elijah. Some want to press on, and seek in the Word, study with the Spirit, pressing on through all the distractions, and come to a place where God is offering a mantle experience for the last days. We can see great examples of the faith, in the present, and in the past, and we can desire to have more. The key is a 'mantle' walk with the Lord.

Elisha knew of the great ministry of Elijah, and wanted more. Others were satisfied, complacent, apathetic, or at best, curious. Yet, Elisha was hungry, anxious, and requested this mantle experience. Some give up in trials, some 'stay put' when told to, some refuse to get so desirous of blessing and power, that they do not press on. This is still a request, when we ask for the mantle. But it is a request that shows by action that it is wanted desperately.

God wants us to be 'thoroughly furnished'... 'that the man of God may be perfect.' (II Timothy 3:15-17) The mantle experience is not just for an elite few, but for an anxious many. God would like if it all would desire it. God would have loved for all 50 on the other side of Jordan had had the same desire as Elisha. God would have loved the others in other towns to have followed, and requested the double portion. It was not God's will they were excluded, it was their lack of earnestness that lost their possible blessing.

Are you willing to be dishonored, despised, de-valued, hated, shunned, by others? Are you willing be the 'off-scouring of all things' (I Cor. 4:3) to others? If you have no ambition for self, no reputation to try to build, and are willing to just want to do more for God, to be more useful for Him, then you are able to ask and receive the mantle clothing.

David was a man 'after God's own heart.' This means that David wanted to know God's thoughts. Elisha wanted a double portion experience. What do you want?

Elisha was bent on getting that double portion, he was not indifferent. He had faith and labored toward that goal. He refused to be told 'no' by Elijah. He was patiend, bold, and determined.

God's blessing upon the person of Elisha was great, but add to that the mantle experience he was given, and it became an awesome wardrobe to wear. What are you wearing in this battle? We have the armor, we have the sword, and now, we can receive the the double portion mantle, and watch God work. Yet, few have the spiritual ambition that Elisha had.

Isaiah 64:7

"There is none... that stirreth up himself to take hold of Thee...'

Too often this is still the case. God calls us all to a double portion, and few step up to claim His gift. We can walk closer to the Lord, than we ever imagined. We can see God work miracles for us, and through us, if we are determined to keep closer fellowship with the Lord. He offers this mantle of fellowship, and that mantle allows the double portion blessings.

The day of Pentecost came as people had 'tarried until'. If you had to 'tarry until' the mantle experience would come, would you? Some cannot ask God twice for the same thing. They ask once, and if the answer is not there immediately, they cease trusting God, and look to do what they can for themselves. God wants us to seek, request, and keep on wanting great things from Him. He commanded that we 'ask largely'.

It is a lonely walk in walking past all the others who are not so inclined, as it was for Elisha. He passed by many other prophets who did not have the desire he had. God will not give the mantle to ones like those. But He stands ready to give out mantles to all who will push toward that goal, and claim the offered mantles.

Elijah cast his mantle upon him. The 'mantle' was used to be in fellowship with another walking along the same path. We are in fellowship with God, when He casts the 'mantle' experience upon us. Elijah and Elisha walked in fellowship as they walked toward the Jordan River. As we walk this pathway with Jesus, carrying our cross, we will be able to have this 'mantle-fellowship' with Him.



2 Kings 2:13-15 (KJV)

13 He took up also the mantle of Elijah that fell from him, and went back, and stood by the bank of Jordan;

14 And he took the mantle of Elijah that fell from him, and smote the waters, and said, Where is the LORD God of Elijah? and when he also had smitten the waters, they parted hither and thither: and Elisha went over.

15 And when the sons of the prophets which were to view at Jericho saw him, they said, The spirit of Elijah doth rest on Elisha.

The fellowship with the Lord, that the mantle represented, was obvious to others. He walked with God, had double the recorded miracles of Elijah. The fellowship he had with God provided many bestowments of power.




Hebrews 11:37-40 (KJV)

37 They were stoned, they were sawn asunder, were tempted, were slain with the sword: THEY WANDERED ABOUT IN SHEEPSKINS AND GOATSKINS; being destitute, afflicted, tormented;

38 (Of whom the world was not worthy they wandered in deserts, and in mountains, and in dens and caves of the earth.

39 And these all, having obtained a good report through faith, received not the promise:

40 God having provided some better thing for us, that they without us should not be made perfect.

"They wandered about in sheepskins" What this refers to are the sheepskins dressed with the wool still on. This was like the mantle that Elijah wore, and which was afterwards used by Elisha. In the Septuagint, in 2 Kings 2:8-13, it says: "and Elijah took his SHEEPSKIN (mantle.) And he (Elisha) took the SHEEPSKIN of Elijah which had fallen from off him."

Many of the false prophets imitated this, in order that they might gain the greater credit.

Zechariah 13:4 (KJV)

4 And it shall come to pass in that day, that the prophets shall be ashamed every one of his vision, when he hath prophesied; neither shall they WEAR A ROUGH GARMENT TO DECEIVE:

The mantle of Elijah and of Elisha represented the walk of fellowship that we can and should have. In that time, some wore a hairy mantle to be perceived as a prophet. Today, many claim a fellowship walk with the Lord, but they do so to imitate the real. Some claim to be told things from God that are not from God, do not harmonize with the written Word of God. They tell people what to give to them, promise blessings that God never spoke for them, and pretend to be a real prophet of God. This is the same kind of pretense that many claimed in those past days, by wearing a mantle.



Exodus 22:26-27 (KJV)

26 If thou at all take thy neighbour's raiment to pledge, thou shalt deliver it unto him by that the sun goeth down:

27 For that is his covering only, it is his raiment for his skin: wherein shall he sleep? and it shall come to pass, when he crieth unto me, that I will hear; for I am gracious.

If ever one would take another's neighbor's garment in pledge, or if one ever enjoys the presence of the Lord felt via another who has a mantle fellowship with the Lord, they will find that the mantle experience is not to be gained by taking another's. The experience must be from God, must be a personal walk with the Lord. Another's walk can be shared for a short time, but when one leaves that person, the feeling they had of God's presence is gone. One must obtain the mantle fellowship from the Lord Himself to make it be a permanent possession.

Going to bed was an uncomplicated issue for the people of that day. Mats were used to lie upon, but the innkeeper did not provide any covering. Each person provided his own covering, i.e. his mantle. It was warm for even the coldest of nights. If he were sleeping outdoors, this covering was waterproof, and therefore far superior to our blankets of today. It was this outer garment, the mantle, that was a person's covering that the law did not allow anyone to keep this pledge or surety, for this would deprive him of his means of keeping warm while sleeping. Such a garment if taken, for a surety, had to be returned by sunset.

In the same way, the circumstances of life require that we keep our fellowship with the Lord, stay close to Him to warm us from life's cold, to shelter us from life's storms. We need the mantle fellowship. This mantle relationship with the Lord is something we should all desire. We need to walk closely with Him, fellowship with Him, stay close for His power, and His comfort, to be available as we need it in our ministries.


Chakra Scents
Merry Meet :))))) We've done quite a bit of work with our chakras. For those of you who may not be familiar, your chakras are energy centers in our body through which energy flows. When we keep our chakras cleared and balanced it can go a long way to how smoothly our life runs and how well we feel. Aromatherapy is one very powerful method of activating our chakras. Each chakra has various scents associated with it, that when we expose our noses to those scents it will help to open the chakra we are targeting and help it to allow the flow of energy throughout ourselves.

If you are aware of a particular chakra being blocked or causing you issues, you may wish to target that specific chakra. As a general maintenance you can expose each of your chakras to the corresponding scent to help keep them maintained. Being that there are seven main chakras, one excellent way to do this is to choose one scent each day, beginning with your root chakra and working your way up.

You can work with these scents in a variety of ways. One of my personal favorites is incense. I actually have a set of incense targeted specifically for the chakras. It's put out by HEM and is called Seven Chakra Incense. If you are interested you can pick up a box on Amazon for 3.99. This includes one incense pack for each chakra with 5 sticks of each in it. (35 sticks) Here's the link: Seven Chakras Incense. They also have a larger pack for 18.41 that consists of 12 sets of the full chakra set. (420 incense sticks) Seven Chakras Bulk

There are other methods you can use such as burning essential oils, misting sprays with the scents, candles, perfumes, roll-ons, etc. Below is a list of each of the chakras with some of their corresponding scents. You can mix and match as you please. :))) You will notice that some scents work for one or more chakras. You can use this to your advantage if you have more than one chakra you wish to work with. Make a custom blend of essential oils to work with those you wish to improve on. Always follow your intuition and use what works best for you.

Root Chakra (our basic needs, grounding, vital energy, security) - vetiver, patchouli, geranium, peppermint, cedar, clove

Sacral Chakra (reproduction, creativity, taking action) - peppermint, orange, jasmine, sandalwood, gardenia, rosemary

Solar Plexus (joy, personal power, self-confidence, clarity) - lemon, bergamot, chamomile, eucalyptus

Heart Chakra (love, true self, bridge between lower three and upper chakras) - lavender, rose, jasmine, ylang ylang, yarrow, marjoram

Throat Chakra (communication, expression) - eucalyptus, tea trea, chamomile, sage

Third Eye Chakra (intuition, knowing, dreaming) - frankincense, juniper, rosemary, mint, mugwart

Crown Chakra (higher intuition, connection to the divine) - sandalwood, frankincense, lavender, rose, spruce, lotus

Much Love and Many Blessings,

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D Is For
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* Dactyl (Greek) - Little people and smith and healing spirits


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* Daemon (Greek) - Incorporeal spirit
* Dahu (France, Switzerland and the north of Italy) - like a deer or ibex with legs on one side of its body are shorter than on the other side
* Daidarabotchi (Japanese) - Giant responsible for creating many geographical features in Japan
* Daitengu (Japanese) - The most powerful class of tengu, each of whom lives on a separate mountain
* Daitya (Hindu) - Giant
* Danava (Hindu) - Water demon
* Daphnaie (Greek) - Laurel tree nymph
* Datsue-ba (Japanese) - Old woman who steals clothes from the souls of the dead
* Dead Sea Apes (Islamic) - Human tribe turned into apes for ignoring Moses' message
* Deer Woman (Native American) - Human-deer hybrid
* Deity (Global) - Preternatural or supernatural possibly immortal being
* Demon (Global) - From the Greek da'imon", chthonic entities of Hell mostly seen as evil minions of Satan who are bent on mankind's destruction; the counterparts of Angels.
* Demigod (Global) - Half human, half god.
* Dhampir (Balkans) - Human/vampire hybrid
* Diao Si Gui (Chinese) - Hanged ghost
* Djinn (Islam) - Genii
* Dilong (Chinese) - Earth dragon
* Dip (Catalan) - Demonic and vampiric dog
* Di Penates (Roman) - House spirit
* Dipsa (Medieval Bestiaries) - Extremely poisonous snake
* Dirawong (Australian Aboriginal) - Goanna spirit
* Di sma undar jordi (Gotland) - Little people and nature spirits
* Diwata (Philippine) - Tree spirit
* Dobhar-chu (Irish) - Dog-fish hybrid
* Do-gakw-ho-wad (Abenaki) - Little people
* Dokkaebi (Korean) - Grotesque, horned humanoids
* D"okk'alfar (Norse) - Male ancestral spirits; the Dark Elves
* Dola (Slavic) - Tutelary and fate spirit
* Domovoi (Slavic) - House spirit
* Doppelg"anger (German) - Ghostly double
* Drac (Catalan) - Lion or bull-faced dragon
* Drac (French) - Winged sea serpent
* Drakon (Greek) A snakelike creature with bat wings acidic breath and a paralyzing stare.
* Drakaina (Greek) - Dragons depicted with female characteristics
* Dragon (Many cultures worldwide) - Fire-breathing and winged (normally)
* Dragon turtle (Chinese) - Giant turtle with dragon-like head
* Draugr (Norse) - Undead
* Drekavac (Slavic) - Restless ghost of an unbaptised child
* Drop Bear (Australian) Large carnivorous koala that hunts by dropping on its prey from trees
* Drow (Scottish) - Cavern spirit
* Drude (German) - Possessing demon
* Druk (Bhutanese) - Dragon
* Dryad (Greek) - Tree nymph
* Duende (Spanish and Portuguese) - Little people and forest spirits
* Duergar (English) - Malevolent little people
* Dullahan (Irish) - Headless death spirit
* Duwende (Philippine) - Little people, some are house spirits, others nature spirits
* Dvergr (Norse) - Subterranean little people smiths
* Dvorovoi (Slavic) - Courtyard spirit
* Dwarf (Germanic) - Little people nature spirits
* Dybbuk (Jewish) - A spirit (sometimes the soul of a wicked deceased) that possesses the living
* Dzee-dzee-bon-da (Abenaki) - Hideous monster
* Dzunukwa (Kwakwaka'wakw) - Child-eating hag

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