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Louis Breton illustrations of the 72 demons of Ars Goetia from Dictionnaire Infernal

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Early cartoons are all singing and dancing, with things coming to life and gags in between. Cartoons made on the West Coast were like .

Louis Breton illustrations of the 72 demons of Ars Goetia from Dictionnaire Infernal

Louis Le Breton was a French painter who specialised in marine paintings. He executed illustrations of occult demons, working from engravings by M. Jarrault, for the 1863 edition of “Dictionnaire Infernal” by Collin de Plancy

Kikimora (Russian: кики́мора, IPA: [kʲɪˈkʲimərə]) is a legendary creature, a female house spirit in Slavic mythology, fin: Kikke Mörkö. When she inhabits a house, she lives behind the stove or in the cellar. The OED links "mora" with the "mare" of nightmare.[1]

In Slavic folklore a kikimora is a female house spirit, the counterpart to the male domovoi, but having a kikimora is not considered to be as fortunate.

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These Dark Drawings Capture the Struggle That Comes With Different Mental Illnesses

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