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photo1website0A healer is a person able to heal someone by other means that medecine.

no photoLaestrygonian
photo0website0A Laestrygonian in Greek Mythology, is a member of a tribe of cannibal giant. If were to believe the myth, the Cyclopes and Laestrygonians were the first inhabitants of the island of Sicily.

no photoLamia
photo0website0Lamia is a mythical monster, with the body of a woman or with the head and breasts of a woman and the body of a snake. It is said that Lamia prey on human beings and suck the blood of children.

Laser gunLaser gun
photo3website0A laser gun is in science fiction a weapon that uses a powerful laser beam.

no photoLegions of Hell
photo0website0The legions of Hell is an army composed of demons from hell fighting on the behalf of and for Satan. They are similar and diametrically opposed to the heavenly host.

photo1website0The Lemegeton, also known as the Clavicula Salomonis Regis, or The Lesser Key of Solomon, is an anonymous treatise on ritual magic focused on demonology. It was compiled in the mid-seventeenth century, mainly fro…

photo1website0Leprechaun is a type of male fairy, no taller than a small child, usually taking the form of an old man, clad in a red or green coat, who enjoys partaking in mischief. It is said to be a solitary creature, whose …

no photoLeto
photo0website0Leto in Greek Mythology is the daughter of a the Titans Coeus and Phoebe and the sister of Asteria. She is also the mother (by Zeus) of Artemis and Apollo.

photo1website0The Leviathan is a sea monster mentioned in the Bible. This name means a huge monster, dragon, snake and crocodile, whose form is not specified. however, the Leviathan is often represented as a gigantic sea serpe…

photo9website0The levitation is the ability to lift and hover in the air objects, or ourselves, especially by means of magic or supernatural power.

photo8website0A Lightsaber is in science fiction a saber that uses a laser beam instead of metal to form its blade.

photo1website0Lilith is a female demon of Jewish folklore, who tries to kill newborn children. In the Talmud she is the first wife of Adam, dispossessed by Eve.

photo7website0Lilliputian, in fantasy, is the name given to a being of human appearance but not exceeding 15 centimeters high. The name was created by Jonathan Swift for the needs of his novel entitled Gulliver's Travels where…

no photoLimbo
photo0website0Limbo (Latin limbus) is, according to some Christian beliefs, a place on the edge of Hell where the souls of those who could not enter Heaven, who don't deserve to spend eternity in hell either. The Limbo are div…

no photoLoch Ness monster
photo0website0The Loch Ness monster is a large creature alleged to live in the deep waters of Loch Ness. Reports of its existence date from the time of St. Columba (6th century); despite recent scientific expeditions, there is…

photo4website0Loki, in scandinavian mythology, is the most wicked of Aesir. Nicknamed "the critic of the gods", Loki shows to be handsome, inventive and mostly bad. He appears as the genius of air and fire, but also of evil, …

photo4website1Lucifer is another name for Satan . [ORIGIN: by association with the [son of the morning] (Isa. 14:12), believed by Christian interpreters to be a reference to Satan.]

no photoLucifuge Rofocale
photo0website0Lucifuge Rofocale is, if one believes the Grand Grimoire (book of occult belief equivalent of the Bible), one of seven princes of Hell, but also the Prime Minister of Hell. He takes his orders directly from Lucif…

Lunatic asylumLunatic asylum
photo12website0An lunatic asylum is an institution offering shelter and support to the mentally ill patients.

no photoLV-426
photo0website0LV-426 is a fictional planet which is one of the primary locations in the Alien franchise. Best known to be where humankind first encounter the xenomorphs.

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