Wherein the 'daemonic element,' that lurks in all human things, may doubtless, some once in the thousand years—get vent!
I was daemonic in giving myself this reply it seemed to me that I had solved the riddle of my nature.
There is in the music a daemonic quality, inherent in the subject, that somehow vanishes with the concrete tale.
That which I called the daemonic I had encountered for the first time outside my own mind in Lermontof's hero.
National Death; or else some preternatural convulsive outburst of National Life;—that same, daemonic outburst!
A passion that knows not pity is merely a daemonic possession, and should be taken to the madhouse.
I was always brooding over this idea of the daemonic with which my mind was filled.
the Greek form, rendered "devil" in the Authorized Version of the New Testament. Daemons are spoken of as spiritual beings (Matt. 8:16; 10:1; 12:43-45) at enmity with God, and as having a certain power over man (James 2:19; Rev. 16:14). They recognize our Lord as the Son of God (Matt. 8:20; Luke 4:41). They belong to the number of those angels that "kept not their first estate," "unclean spirits," "fallen angels," the angels of the devil (Matt. 25:41; Rev. 12:7-9). They are the "principalities and powers" against which we must "wrestle" (Eph. 6:12).