Monday, October 10, 2016

Huma Abedin, The Jaws of The Djinn

Djinns possess people for many reasons. Sometimes it is because the Djinn or its family has been hurt accidentally. It could be because the Djinn has fallen in love with the person. However, most of the time possession occurs because the Djinn is simply malicious and wicked.

A Djinn

While some Djinn are toothless, others use their long, sharp teeth to tear at the flesh of their prey, including humans. They are also accomplished shapeshifters, made from smokeless fire, able to transform themselves into the likeness of animals and trees as well as men and women.

A Dybbuk

Djinn are frequently seen in the company of a Dybbuk, which is an evil spirit that appears to be human but is in reality a dislocated, fly-ridden, soul of the dead.

When attacked by Djinn or Dybbuk, pray for protection and lock them up.

Lock Them Up

Behind bars.



LL said...

A picture is worth a thousand words...

LSP said...

They seem to be human but they aren't. I think the pictures prove that.

Jules said...

Aint nothing toothless about that djinn- I've never seen a mouth that big in my life....I'm not going to say what I'm thinking but I wonder what sort of fantasy universe this genie takes her dybbuk to...

LSP said...

Jules, that is a very unsettling thought.