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Phantacea Publications in Print

- 'Phantacea Phase Two' 2016-2018 - The 'Launch 1980' story cycle - 'The Thrice-Cursed Godly Glories' Fantasy Trilogy - The '1000 Days' Mini-Novels - The phantacea Graphic Novels -

Phantacea Phase Two 2016-2018

Decimation Damnation

Decimation Damnation front cover, collage prepared by Jim McPherson, 2017

Mini-novel published in 2016; main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here;

Hidden Headgames

Hidden Headgames front cover, collage prepared by Jim McPherson, 2017

Collection of three intertwined novellas published in 2017; main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here;

Daemonic Desperation

Daemonic Desperation cover mockup, collage prepared by Jim McPherson, 2016

Tentative cover for Dem-Des; will probably be changed before it's published; scheduled to be released in 2018;

The Phantacea Phase Two revival physically began with 2016's "Decimation Damnation", the first mini-novel extracted from the as yet open-ended saga of 'Wilderwitch's Babies'. It was set between the 9th of Tantalar and the 1st of Yamana, 5980 Year of the Dome. However, its follow-up, "Hidden Headgames" was set between the 30th of Maruta and the 14th of Tantalar in that same year. "Daemonic Desperation" picks up Babes near the end of the second week of Yamana and continues through the Summer Solstice of 5981. As the last known member of the Damnation Brigade, if the Witch was fortunate to survive Dec-Dam, alive and pregnant, she may not be so lucky come the end of Dem-Des. Oddly enough, her unborn babies may yet still be both viable and unborn by then.
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The 'Launch 1980' Story Cycle

The War of the Apocalyptics

Front cover of War Pox, artwork by Ian Bateson, 2009

Published in 2009; main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here;

Nuclear Dragons

Nuclear Dragons front cover, artwork by Ian Bateson, 2013

Published in 2013; main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here;

Helios on the Moon

Front cover for Helios on the Moon, artwork by Ricardo Sandoval, 2014

Published in 2014; main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here;

The 'Launch 1980' story cycle comprises three complete, multi-character mosaic novels, "The War of the Apocalyptics", "Nuclear Dragons" and "Helios on the Moon", as well as parts of two others, "Janna Fangfingers" and "Goddess Gambit". Together they represent creator/writer Jim McPherson's long running, but now concluded, project to novelize the Phantacea comic book series.

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'The Thrice-Cursed Godly Glories' Epic Fantasy

Feeling Theocidal

Front Cover for Feel Theo, artwork by Verne Andru, 2008

Published in 2008; main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here

The 1000 Days of Disbelief

Front cover of The Thousand Days of Disbelief, collage prepared by Jim McPherson, 2010

Published as three mini-novels, 2010/11; main webpage is here; ordering lynx for individual mini-novels are here

Goddess Gambit

Front cover for Goddess Gambit by Verne Andru, 2012

Published in 2012; main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here

Circa the Year of Dome 2000, Anvil the Artificer, a then otherwise unnamed, highborn Lazaremist later called Tvasitar Smithmonger, dedicated the first three devic talismans, or power foci, that he forged out of molten Brainrock to the Trigregos Sisters.

The long lost, possibly even dead, simultaneous mothers of devakind hated their offspring for abandoning them on the far-off planetary Utopia of New Weir. Not surprisingly, their fearsome talismans could be used to kill Master Devas (devils).

For most of twenty-five hundred years, they belonged to the recurring deviant, Chrysaor Attis, time after time proven a devaslayer. On Thrygragon, Mithramas Day 4376 YD, he turned them over to his Great God of a half-father, Thrygragos Varuna Mithras, to use against his two brothers, Unmoving Byron and Little Star Lazareme, in hopes of usurping their adherents and claiming them as his own.

Hundreds of years later, these selfsame thrice-cursed Godly Glories helped turn the devil-worshippers of Sedon's Head against their seemingly immortal, if not necessarily undying gods. Now, five hundred years after the 1000 Days of Disbelief, they've been relocated.

The highest born, surviving devic goddesses want them for themselves; want to thereby become incarnations of the Trigregos Sisters on the Hidden Continent. An Outer Earthling, one who has literally fallen out of the sky after the launching of the Cosmic Express, gets to them first ...

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The '1000 Days' Mini-Novels

The Death's Head Hellion

- Sedonplay -

Front cover for The Death's Head Hellion, collage prepared by Jim McPherson, 2010

Published in 2010; main web presence is here; Character Companion starts here; ordering lynx are here;

Contagion Collectors

- Sedon Plague -

Front cover for Contagion Collectors, collage prepared by Jim McPherson, 2010

Published in 2010; main web presence is here; Character Companion starts here; ordering lynx are here;

Janna Fangfingers

- Sedon Purge -

Front cover for Janna Fangfingers, collage prepared by Jim McPherson, 2011

Published in 2011; two storylines recounted side-by-side, the titular one narrated by the Legendarian in 5980, the other indirectly leading into the 'Launch 1980' story cycle; main web presence is here; Character Companion starts here; ordering lynx are here;

In the Year of the Dome 4825, Morgan Abyss, the Melusine Master of the Utopian Weirdom of Cabalarkon, seizes control of Primeval Lilith, the ageless, seemingly unkillable Demon Queen of the Night. The eldritch earthborn is the real half-mother of the invariably mortal Sed-sons but, once she has hold of her, aka Lethal Lily, Master Morgan proceeds to trap the Moloch Sedon Himself.

In the midst of the bitter, century-long expansion of the Lathakran Empire, the Hidden Headworld's three tribes of devil-gods are forced to unite in an effort to release their All-Father. Unfortunately for them, they're initially unaware Master Morg, the Death's Head Hellion herself, has also got hold of the Trigregos Talismans, devic power foci that can actually kill devils, and Sedon's thought-father Cabalarkon, the Undying Utopian she'll happily slay if they dare attack her Weirdom.

Utopians from Weir have never given up seeking to wipe devils off not just the face of the Inner Earth, but off the planet itself. Their techno and biomages, under the direction of the Weirdom of Cabalarkon's extremely long-lived High Illuminary, Quoits Tethys, have determined there is only one sure way to do that -- namely, to infect the devils' Inner Earth worshippers with fatal plagues brought in from the Outer Earth.

Come All-Death Day there are more Dead Things Walking than Living Beings Talking. Believe it or not, that's the good news.

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phantacea Graphic Novels

Forever and Forty Days

- The Genesis of Phantacea -

Front cover of Forever and Forty Days; artwork by Ian Fry and Ian Bateson, ca 1990

Published in 1990; main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here

The Damnation Brigade

- Phantacea Revisited 1 -

Front cover of The Damnation Brigade, artwork by Ian Bateson, retouching by Chris Chuckry 2012

Published in 2013; main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here

Cataclysm Catalyst

- Phantacea Revisited 2 -

Front cover for Cataclysm Catalyst, artwork by Verne Andru, 2013

Published in 2014, main webpage is here; ordering lynx are here

Kadmon Heliopolis had one life. It ended in October 1968. The Male Entity has had many lives. In his fifth, he and his female counterpart, often known as Miracle Memory, engendered more so than created the Moloch Sedon. They believe him to be the Devil Incarnate. They've been attempting to kill him ever since. Too bad it's invariably he, Heliosophos (Helios called Sophos the Wise), who gets killed instead.

On the then still Whole Earth circa the Year 4000 BCE, one of their descendants, Xuthros Hor, the tenth patriarch of Golden Age Humanity, puts into action a thought-foolproof, albeit mass murderous, plan to succeed where the Dual Entities have always failed. He unleashes the Genesea. The Devil takes a bath.

Fifty-nine hundred and eighty years later, New Century Enterprises launches the Cosmic Express from Centauri Island. It never reaches Outer Space; not all of it anyhow. As a stunning consequence of its apparent destruction, ten extraordinary supranormals are reunited, bodies, souls and minds, after a quarter century in what they've come to consider Limbo. They name themselves the Damnation Brigade. And so it appears they are -- if perhaps not so much damned as doomed.

At least one person survives the launching of the Cosmic Express. He literally falls out of the sky -- on the Hidden Continent of Sedon's Head. An old lady saves him. Except this old lady lives in a golden pagoda, rides vultures and has a third eye. She also doesn't stay old long. He becomes her willing soldier, acquires the three Sacred Objects and goes on a rampage, against his own people, those that live.

Meanwhile, Centauri Island, the launch site of the Cosmic Express, comes under attack from Hell's Horsemen. Only it's not horses they ride. It's Atomic Firedrakes!

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Helios on the Moon

- 2014 Print Edition -

Covers for Helios on Moon print edition, artwork by Ricardo Sandoval, 2014

Artwork by Ricardo Sandoval, 2014; main web presence is here; back cover text is here; back cover characters, unobscured, are here; excerpts from the novel are here; additional lynx re 'Hel-Moon' are here; ordering lynx are here and here

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What might have been, will be for sure in 2014

Two versions of Rhadamanthys Revealed, art by Verne Andru, 1980-2013

Cover(s) by Verne Andru, 1980-2013; text by Jim McPherson, 2014

BTW, pHz-1 #12 only exists in script form; Kitty-Clysm is pH-Webworld shorthand for "Cataclysm Catalyst";

Double-click to enlarge images in this panel here

 

Phantacea Revisited 2: Cataclysm Catalyst

Cataclysm Catalyst front and back cover in black and white, art by Verne Andru

Now available, the third graphic novel from Phantacea Publications extracts another complete story sequence from Phantacea 1-7 and Phantacea Phase One #1. Artwork by Dave Sim, Ian Fry, Sean Newton, Verne Andrusiek, and Ian Bateson

Hit here to go to Catalyst's main web presence

Double-click to enlarge in a separate window

What was once, will be again

Helios on the Moon, bw versions of front cover for pH-3, art by Richard Sandoval, 1978

Thirty-six years after its original release, Jim McPherson completes his Launch 1980 project to novelize all the Phantacea comic books with the release of "Helios on the Moon"

pH-3 artwork by Richard Sandoval, 1978; rollover adjustments made by Jim McPherson, 2013

Double-click to enlarge images in this panel here
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Phantacea Seven

- The unpublished comic now novelized -

pages 1 and 2, artwork by Ian Bateson, 1980

At long last, the second entry in the Launch 1980 epic fantasy has arrived

Check out the expanded Availability Listings for places you can order or buy Phantacea Publications in person

Images in this row double-click to enlarge here

Look out below!

Full covers for Nuclear Dragons, art by Ian Bateson, 2013; text by Jim McPherson

Nuclear Dragons are here!

- A phantacea Mythos Mosaic Novel -

Jim McPherson continues his ongoing project to novelize the entire Phantacea comic book series

Double-click on image to enlarge in a separate window

Dedicated webpage can be found here; back cover text here; lynx to excerpts from the book start here and here; check out material that didn't make it here and related excerpts from its scheduled follow-up, 2014's "Helios on the Moon", here; for the time being its Auctorial Preamble is reprinted here and here

Centauri Island

- The web-serial enlarged radically -

pages 3 and 4, artwork by Ian Bateson, 1980

Ian Bateson's unpublished artwork from Phantacea Seven provides the basis for the first full-length phantacea Mythos Mosaic Novel since "Goddess Gambit".

Ian Bateson's breathtaking wraparound cover for the novel utilizes his own dragons from pH-7. Those from the unfinished cover for the Phantacea Phase One project can be seen here and here.

Images in this row double-click to enlarge here and here

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Phantacea Revisited 1

B/w first and last pages from DB graphic novel

Check out the expanded Availability Listings for places you can order or buy Phantacea Publications in person

NEW: Read most of the mini-novels making up "The Thousand Days of Disbelief" today on Google Books

Hit here to see what else is currently available there

Guess what isn't coming soon any more?

Text reads Graphic Novel coming soon or here

Phantacea Revisited 1: The Damnation Brigade

A Watermarked PDF of the graphic novel can be ordered from Drive Thru Comics here

To order from the publisher, click here or go straight to here.

Postage is extra. Please be aware that as yet Phantacea Publications can only accept certified cheques or money orders.

The Damnation Brigade Graphic Novel

artwork by Ian Bateson and Vince Marchesano

Artwork never seen before in print; almost all of pH-5 available for the first time since 1980

Images in this row double-click to enlarge here

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No wonder they call themselves the Damnation Brigade

Variations of DB cover, artwork by Ian Bateson, 2012, collage by Jim McPherson, 2012

Now available from Phantacea Publications

Images in this row are double-clickable from here, here, and, to a lesser degree, here.

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The 2006 PDF of Mythos Mag, with its updated 2012 lynx, can be downloaded here.

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The Phantacea Revisited Project

D-Brig covers

Collecting the Phantacea comic books 1977-1980, 1987, Rv1:DB contains material from pH #s 1-5 + pHz1 #s 1 & 2.

This will be the first time in the better part of 30 years that material from pH-5 has been available except from online traders.

Watch for "Phantacea Revisited #2: Cataclysm Catalyst" coming in the Spring of 2014

 

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Contribute to the all-new pHantaBlog and download a free PDF of Mythos Mag #1 while you're at it
Get hold of "Phantacea Revisited 1: The Damnation Brigade", a graphic novel collecting the DB-storyline from pH 1-5, as well as Phantacea Phase One #s 1 & 2 (unpublished) now available for ordering from Phantacea Publications

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"Goddess Gambit"

– Now available from Phantacea Publications –

Eyemouth over cover for Gambitsedonic eyes"For the Dead to Thrive, the Living must Die!"

So proclaims Nergal Vetala, the Blood Queen of Hadd.

When her soldier falls out of the sky she's not only back in the pink again – as in arterial – she reckons she's found the perfect foil through which to play, and win, a Trigregos Gambit.

She might be right as well.

Thus Ends 'The Thrice-Cursed Godly Glories' Trilogy


For more on the actual celestial phenomena upon which the eye-collages were based, click here. There's additional information re the Sedonic Eye here and here. The complete cover for Phase One #1 is here whereas yet another variation of it is here. The left eye double-click is the full cover for "Goddess Gambit", artwork by Verne Andru 2011/2. The right eye double-click is of Ian Bateson's enduring, 1986 Sedonic Eye as prepared by Jim McPherson, 2011. Gambit's main webpage is here.

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"The 1000 Days of Disbelief" is not only 3/3rds Done, it's E-done (albeit for Kindle, not kidding nor kindling)

In part to celebrate the 35th Year of Anheroic Fantasy, Phantacea Publications is pleased to announce that "Feeling Theocidal", Book One of the trilogy, and all three mini-novels extracted from 1000-Daze are available on the Kindle platform from amazon.com and a number its affiliates worldwide.

Alternative covers for Goddess Gambitcovers and characters from Janna FangfingersSubtitled Sedonplay, Sedon Plague and Sedon Purge, the mini-novels commence, continue and conclude Book Two of 'The Thrice-Cursed Godly Glories' trilogy.

Watch for e-versions of Book Three, "Goddess Gambit", and its full-length predecessor in the Launch 1980 story cycle, "The War of Apocalyptics", coming soon from Phantacea Publications.

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Like the first two mini-novels extracted from 1000-Daze, "The Death's Head Hellion" and "Contagion Collectors", "Janna Fangfingers" contains a book-specific character companion. An Auctorial Prefatory and the opening chapter extracted from Gambit round out a 230-page volume bargain-priced at only $12.00 per book CAD and USD, vastly less as an e-book.

(Please note: although their character companions are for the most part applicable to Feel Theo, in large measure they're not so much so to either War-Pox or Gambit, which tend to feature characters more prevalent in the phantacea comic books and web-serials.)

Together they carry on recording the multi-millennia-long chronicles of the gods and goddesses, the demons and monsters, of antique mythologies — the same seemingly endless saga also presented in the 1990 graphic novel, "Forever & 40 Days — The Genesis of phantacea", and the three, thus-far-published, full-length mosaic novels featuring Jim McPherson's Phantacea Mythos.

Variations on covers prepared for Goddess Gambit

Each of the mini-novels is complete unto itself. Among many another character, they feature Thrygragos Everyman and his firstborn Unities (the incomparable Harmony, Thunder & Lightning Lord Order and Uncle Abe Chaos) in their freewheeling prime. On top of that, Fangers presents a framing story set in 5980 Year of the Dome. As such it could be considered a prequel to the Launch 1980 story cycle that began in earnest with War-Pox and eventually picks up again in Gambit.

[Check out www.phantacea.com for extracts, synopses, teasers, and a grab bag of even more intriguing graphics pertinent to Phantacea Publications' 35th anniversary.]

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Cover for the Death's Head Hellion, artwork prepared by Jim McPherson, 2010Cover for the Contagion Collectors, artwork prepared by Jim McPherson, 2010

"Forever & 40 Days — The Genesis of PHANTACEA", a graphic novel with additional features written by Jim McPherson, "Feeling Theocidal" (Book One of 'The Thrice Cursed Godly Glories'), "The War of the Apocalyptics" (the opening entry in the Launch 1980 story cycle), the three mini-novels, "The Death's Head Hellion", "Contagion Collectors" and "Janna Fangfingers", that comprise "The 1000 Days of Disbelief" (Book Two of 'The Thrice Cursed Godly Glories'), the trilogy's concluding novel, "Goddess Gambit", the graphic novel "Phantacea Revisited 1: The Damnation Brigade", "Nuclear Dragons"(the second, full-length entry in the Launch 1980 story cycle), plus the latest graphic novel, "Phantacea Revisited 2: Cataclysm Catalyst", and "Helios on the Moon", the culminating entry in the Launch 1980 story cycle, should be available at your favourite book stops.

If they're not, kindly direct local librarians and neighbourhood booksellers to www.phantacea.com in order to start rectifying that sad situation. Either that or, if you're feeling even more proactive, click here, copy the link, paste it into an email and send it to them, along with everyone else you reckon could use a double dose of anheroic fantasy. It will certainly be appreciated.

Help build the buzz. The more books sell, the faster the PHANTACEA Mythos spreads.


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Covers for Feeling Theocidal and Forever and Forty DaysTwo Ian  Bateson covers of the same scene

Individual copies of "Feeling Theocidal", "The War of the Apocalyptics", the three mini-novels comprising "The Thousand Days of Disbelief" ("The Death's Head Hellion", "Contagion Collectors" and "Janna Fangfingers") and "Goddess Gambit" can be ordered from amazon.com and its affiliates, including amazon.ca and amazon.co.uk, as well as from Barnes & Noble.

Libraries, bookstores and bookseller collectives can place bulk orders through Ingram Books, Ingram International, Baker & Taylor, Coutts Information Services, and a large number of other distributors worldwide.

E-books for Kindle, Kindle Fire, I-pad, I-phone and other applications can be ordered through amazon.com, amazon.co.uk and other amazon affiliates worldwide. An interactive e-book containing the entirety of "Feeling Theocidal", as built specifically for Adobe Reader, is available direct from the publisher. (Certified cheques or money orders only, please.) E-books on other platforms are also available. Check you favourite online bookseller for the latest list and ordering instructions for Phantacea Publications.

BookFinder.com lists the latest releases from Phantacea Publications along with a goodly number of additional booksellers carrying them. Also listed therein are almost all of the PHANTACEA Mythos print and e-publications, including the graphic novel and some of the comic books.

Another interesting option for the curious is Chegg, which has a rent-a-book program. Thus far its search engine shows no results for phantacea (any style or permutation thereof) but it does recognize Jim McPherson (a variety of them) and the titles of many releases from Phantacea Publications.

As for the Whole Earth (other than the Hidden Continent of Sedon's Head, at least as far as I can say and always assuming it's still around in what be its 61st century), well, this page contains a list of a few other websites where you can probably order the novels in a variety of currencies and with credit cards.

Of course you can always email or send me your order(s) via surface mail. No matter where you live or what currency you prefer to use, I'll figure out a way to fill your order(s) myself. Just be aware that I can only accept certified cheques or money orders. Plus, I'll have to charge an additional 12% to cover Canadian and provincial goods and sales taxes as well as Canada Post rates for shipping.

I do use bubble mailers, though.


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Logo for Phantacea reads Anheroic Fantasy since 1977

The PHANTACEA Mythos Online: A Glossary of Characters

| Illustrated Character Companions for mini-novels extracted from "The 1000 Days of Disbelief" | The Shining Ones — The First and Second Generations of Devazurkind | The Shining Ones — Master Devas | The Shining Ones — Devils Described | PHANTACEA Essentials | Non-Devic Pivotal Players | Additional Non-Devic Characters | Deviants | Golden Age Patriarchs | Gypsies & Etocretans | Supranormals | Teutonic Templars | Utopians of Weir | Witches | The Moloch Sedon | The Thrygragos Brothers | The Trigregos Sisters | Byronics Listed | Lazaremists Listed | Mithradites Listed | Devils — by Tribal Affiliation | Celestial God | Recurring Dual Entities | Supranormals/Deviants by Group Affiliation | Places Peculiar to PHANTACEA | Terms Peculiar to PHANTACEA |

DEVILS BY AFFILIATION

| Publicity Announcements | Opening Notes | Byronics | Lazaremists | Mithradites | Granddaddy Eye-Mouth | Ian Fry Illustration: Great Byron Keeps his Head | Illustrations taken from Web: H.R. Giger's Demon Types | Illustrations taken from Web: H.R. Giger's Kore (?) | Illustrations taken from Web: H.R. Giger's Lamia (?) | Ian Fry Illustration: The Sedonshem Lands atop Kanin City in 669 Pre-Dome (PD) |

© copyright Jim McPherson (phantacea.com)
| pH-Webworld's Welcoming Page | Internal Search Engine | Main Menu | Online PHANTACEA Primer | Ongoing PHANTACEA Features | pHantaBlog | Information for ordering by credit card | Information for ordering by certified cheque or money order | Serial Synopses | Contact | pH-Webworld Miscellanea | Lynx to additional websites featuring Jim McPherson's PHANTACEA Mythos | Bottom of Page Lynx |
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Opening Notes

(*) indicates devils still cathonitized as of late November 1980;

(**) indicates decathonitized devils;

(***) indicates devils imprisoned on Incain within All, the self-proclaimed Invincible She-Sphinx of Incain, as of late November 1980;

(****) indicates devils dead, lost, or missing (fate unknown) as of late November 1980;

Third Generation Devils ('Master Devas') are always born in broods or litters of three by one of the Great Gods and all three of the Great Goddesses simultaneously;

Consequently, none of the triplet brood brothers & sisters can be considered born solely of one Trigregos Sister or another;

Some Master Devas, however, have more in common with a specific one of the Three Sisters and are therefore listed as such. As for the rest, please consider them interchangeable within their own threesome;

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BYRONICS

Great God: the Unmoving One - aka Bodiless ('Great') Byron

Litter or Breed Demeter
('Body')
Sapiendev
('Mind')
Devaura
('Spirit')
one

Rudra Silvercloud
The Beast of Byron
Savage Storm

- an illustrated mini-essay is here
- the month of Rudar (September) is named after Rufous Rudra;
- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

(Appears in "Goddess Gambit", formerly 'The Trigregos Gambit' and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief')

(***)
Umashakti Silvercloud
Lunar Uma, Byron's Lunar Lady
Mistress of Gravity

an illustrated mini-essay is here

(Appears in "Goddess Gambit", formerly 'The Trigregos Gambit' and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief')

(****)
Serathrone Hallow

- evidently lost in the Celestial Sphere long prior to their Grandfather Sedon bringing the Sedonshem to the Moon over seven hundred years prior to the Genesea;

- named by Illuminaries of Weir after they heard this story sometime during the 4th millennium of the Dome (1000 - Year Zero BC);

two
'Primary Nucleoids'

Vayu Maelstrom
Devil Wind
power focus: evidently his topknot

- once worshipped in Mexico where he was called Hurican, hence the word hurricane;
- as briefly noted in '1000 Daze', his main area of authority prior to the Expansion of the Empire of Lathakra in the 48th Century of the Dome was in the crashing islets of Jaag (see map), where existed the maelstrom that became his surname;

(Starting right from the get-go, which is preserved here, he appears throughout "The War of the Apocalyptics")

- pictured on what was supposed to be the cover for PHANTACEA Phase One #2, as reproduced here, and the front cover of pH-4, here; shown battling Demon Land on Damnation Isle here and seemingly fleeing from the Damnation Brigade here;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr

- see also here;

Sedona Spellbinder
Byron's Spokesperson (Smoke Person)
power focus: her smoky body


(Appears throughout "The War of the Apocalyptics" and briefly in "The 1000 Days of Disbelief")

- pictured on the wraparound cover of pH-4, here;

- see also here;

Chimaera Glimmenmare
Byron's Stallion
power focus: a mace


(Appears throughout 'The War of the Apocalyptics' and briefly in "The 1000 Days of Disbelief")

- the biggest and baddest devil pictured on the wraparound cover of pH-4, here

- if only to spite his Thrygragos of a father, seems to have trouble deciding which sex he (or she) should be, hence the 'mare' in his last name; as such a suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr can be found here;

- see also here;

three
'Secondary Nucleoids'

Aphropsyche Morningstar
(APM, All-Eyes)

- uses one of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Connie Lindquist, Prince Translav's daughter) as her shell in December 1980 on Centauri Island

- mentioned fairly often in "The 1000 Days of Disbelief" but only really appears in "Contagion Collectors", the second mini-novel extracted from 1000-Daze, and, very briefly, in "Janna Fangfingers", the mini-novel concluding Daze, wherein she's thought to be occupying JPM (Janna St Peche-Montressor);

- throughout the 'Launch 1980' story cycle, she's also (mostly erroneously) believed to be occupying JPM; however, unlike just about anyone, APM can be in two places (and more) at once;

- her winged eyeballs are similar, perhaps even identical, to Gloriel's Little Angels, as per here and as also referenced here with respect to War-Pox;

-most impressive ability: to feed her winged eyeballs into Utopian Prison Pods (eyeorbs) thus filling them up and rendering them useless;

- All of Incain hates APM because her winged eyeballs not only fill her up they give the She-Sphinx indigestion;

- as per here, whoever she possesses tends to gain twinkly eyes;

Damon Goldenrod
Byron's Apollo, the Gleaming Deva

- traditional ruler of Manoa, the Gleaming City, capital of El Dorado, the Golden Land, which he had built, until the conquered the Empire of Lathakra sometime during the Dome's 48th Century

- one of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Yataghan Sentalli, the Fatman's son by Emeralda Plantagenet) in the 1980 story sequences;

- mentioned fairly often in "The 1000 Days of Disbelief" but as of 2010 only appears in "Nuclear Dragons", an in-print variation on the 'Centauri Island' web-serial, and the Phantacea comic books, albeit as his then most common shell in the mid-20/60th Century, Yataghan born Sentalli, raised Montressor);

- a per 'Harry on the Head', connected to Gomez Niarchos, father of Ferdinand, an Inner Summoning Child once codenamed 'El Dorado', the Golden One;

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Nevair Neverknight
Byron's Paladin
power focus or Tvasitar talisman: his ebon shield (from which he conjures his armour and, occasionally, his mighty steed)

- fancies himself Byron's champion, though his enthusiasm for taking umbrage and thereafter getting into entirely unnecessary fights has got him into such trouble over the centuries his father often imprisoned him within All of Incain

(So far appears primarily in "Goddess Gambit", formerly 'The Trigregos Gambit', though mentioned elsewhere occasionally);

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

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'Yati, also Hiyati Samarand
- the Dragon of Byron

- protectorate: Samarand (which is now on the far east coast of the Head's occipital region but was formerly Sedon's Tongue; how that came about is detailed in '1000 Daze')

- In human form, one of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Dr Hiyati Samarand, Project Centauri's overseer since the 1950s) in the 1980 story sequences; as such mentioned numerous times throughout pH-Webworld;

- as per 'Nuke', the Weirdom of Samarand (once called Sedon's Tongue Stud) is home to Utopian biomages who actually worship Yati (Utopians are supposed to dedicate their lives to exterminate devils, not sing their praises)

- mentioned here

(Appears in "Janna Fangfingers", the mini-novel concluding 1000-Daze, in "Nuclear Dragons", formerly 'Centauri Island', "Helios on the Moon", the Phantacea comic books and both "Phantacea Revisited" graphic novels)

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

Heroic Hektoris
- called Headstrong by some, Headcase by others, Byron's Defender
power focus: the Helmet of Hektoris

- often called Byron's Headstrong Headcase in part because of his helmet but also because of his comparative ease of mastery over mortals otherwise difficult to possess such as Amoebamen and Callion Clones

- more than just occasionally occupied Godfrey Necator, the Fatman's Summoning Aged enforcer, during the Godbadian Civil War of the Fifties and early Sixties

- one of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Adolph Dulles, then Angus Skullian) in the 1980 story sequences;

- the month of Hektor (August) is named after Hektoris

(Appears in "Nuclear Dragons", formerly 'Centauri Island')


Babbar Ninkuray
- tends to spout nonsense that only Sedona can interpret correctly

(Appears briefly in 'The War of the Apocalyptics')

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Elephantine Ganesh(a)
Lord of Obstacles
Power focus: his trunk

There's a picture (taken in India, 2005) in the rollovers of a Hindu Ganesh at the top of this page

- One of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (George Hannibal) in the 1980 story sequences;

Tau Hanuman
Monkey-like
calls his power focus the bazooka banana

(Hanuman and the bazooka banana are mentioned in 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief' as one of the inspirations for the repeating eyeorbs stuck into Master Morgan Abyss's All-Eyes Contraption)

There's a note on Hanuman and a picture (taken in India, 2005) of a Hindu Hanuman here

- One of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Patrick Monk) in the 1980 story sequences;


Vach Hathor
Cow-like

One of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Rowena Raymond, one of Paul Creel’s nurses) in the 1980 story sequences;

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Malar Tzigame
Byron's Butterfly

- probable devic half-mother of Akbar and Meroudys Artha by Dand Tariqartha while in Temporis ca 5800 YD (if so then she was in Fairy Queen Cabala; he in Fairy King Archon)

- pictured in double-clickable poster graphic below;

(Appears in 'Helios on the Moon' and 'Pyrame's Progress')

Parsis Urartu
Pretty Parsis
Power Focus: flying carpet

One of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Persis Urartu) in the 1980 story sequences;


Ticci-Zamma
- birdlike, often female, feathered serpent sometimes recalled on Outer Earth as either Kulkulkan or Quetzalcoatl;

- her azuras often animate birds;

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(Pumpkinhead)

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Vanthysces Vastness
aka Scarecrow

Byron's Straw Man; the first devic Grim Reaper, hence the surname;
power focus or Tvasitar talisman: the scythe;

- there's more on Vanth here and here;

(Appears in 'The Trigregos Gambit')

Thon Ablutter
(Eraser)
eight Gallant Gelid Belting Beltane Srivari
(Paravati)
unknown - Byron's Insectoids Myrmeister
Anthropomorphic Worker Ants

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Camorva Freeflight
Moth
talisman: tubular body

- the month of Kamor (July) is named after Camorva

- briefly appears in the second part of 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief'

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Crinsom
Mosquito
talisman: the Crimson Corona

(Appears in 'The Trigregos Gambit' and was probably the devil in pH: 4-ever&40, which can still be ordered, depicted as possessing a mosquito caught in amber by Mahurus Zir)
Byron's Mountains

Qosqod
Landslides

Saqsaywaman
Earthquakes
Pele-Phlegethon
Volcanoes
Byron's Spring Zodiacals Ramdam
(Aries the Ram)

Issiwan
(Taurus the Bull)

Actually buffalo-headed and not bull-headed; Sundown may unwitting have his head, minus the skull, in the form of his issiwun, a gift from Sorciere, in both War-Pox and DecDam;

Xolotl
(Gemini the Twins)

Conjoined Twins called in the Popol Vuh Hunahpu & Xbalanque - one stays between-space at all times like the Garuda twins)

 

Byron's Summer Zodiacals

Chelonian Aten
(Cancer the Crab)

- might be connected to Lady Lemurian, an Inner Earth Summoning Child whose actual name is Amphitrite, like the Cretan Sea Goddess from the time of the Outer Earth's Goddess Culture ca 20000-1500 BC;

 

Balam Jaguar
(Leo the Lion)
Kanya Furrow
(Virgo the Maiden)
Byron's Autumn Zodiacals

Libra No-Eyes
power focus or Tvasitar talisman: the Scales of Justice;

Baron Justice II (Timothy James Maxwell) may have been given either her blindfold or something like it by his mother, Aranyani always Nightingale, on the day he acquired his abilities -- see cover of pH-1 for illustration;

Hala Sadrapa
(Scorpio the Scorpion)


One of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Mavis Chester, a psychologist) in the 1980 story sequence;

Djerrid Ruin
Byron's Bowman
(Sagittarius the Archer but also called Byron's Green Man)

- possesses one of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Roderick Paraja) in the 1980 story sequences;

(appears in both 'Centauri Island' and 'Helios on the Moon'; also appears in 'Helioddity' and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief')

- worshipped by garudas even though he usually appears only cranially aquiline; bodily he's more aboreal'

- there's a note on Garudas here and a picture (taken in India, 2005) of Garuda as part a vehicle here

more garudas on pHanta-pHlickr here and here with an ifffy likeness of his shell on Centauri Island here;

Byron's Winter Zodiacals

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Deneb Makara
(Capricorn the Goatfish)

talisman: a shepherd's crooked staff or pedum, which adheres to the Goat, Pusan Wanderlust (Taurus Chrysaor Attis's self-declared deviant daughter), lifetime after lifetime;

- often associated with Wanderlust, a Wayfarer in the Wild Weird who purports to be an ever re-borning deviant, not a devic suicide originally belonging to the Unmoving One's tribe as Byron's Goatfish, his Zodiacal equivalent of Capricorn;

- Pusan shows up in "Feeling Theocidal" appears throughout 'Tsishah's Twilight',"The 1000 Days of Disbelief" and the Sedon's Head aspects of 'Ringleader's Revenge')

- there's more on Pusan here and here;

Tuerto Tlalochac
(Aquarius the Water Bearer)

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Pyçonja Volant
(Pisces the Fish)

talisman: a fisher's gaffe, which Fish inherited when she was cathonitized;

- presumed to be Fisherwoman's devic half-mother

- appears in the second part of "The 1000 Days of Disbelief"

 

All-Merciful Kannon


One of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Bonn ‘Bomber’ Kim) in the 1980 story sequences;

Kunta-Kintu Mawu-Lisa
Zebranid

One of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Kintu Matambwe, a particle physicist) in the 1980 story sequences;

Tzihk-Rzrui Petrogod
Protectorate: New Iraxas

One of Alfredo (Alpha Centauri) Sentalli's Untouchables (Benoit Dugas) in the 1980 story sequences

Byron's Hours (Horae)

Eunomia

- ethical Horae representing youth and family, especially familial authority
- described as wearing strands of knotted cloth;

Tyche

- ethical Horae representing Justice
- described as having the wings of an angel with candle-like, fire-tipped fingers that burned as if torches;

Eirene

- ethical Horae representing Peace
- described a having a changeable face such that she could be young one second and old the next;

Byron's Hours (Horae)

Thallo

- seasonal Horae also known as Blossom, Byron's Spring
- spring runoff as tears from her eyes

Auxo

- seasonal Horae also known as Growth, Byron's Summer

Karpo

- seasonal Horae also known as Ripened, Byron's Winter

... those devils born of Thrygragos Byron by the Trigregos Sisters before Heliosophos caused Weirstar to go supernova. As such they are part of the Third Generation of Devazurkind. These Master Devas made up about a quarter of those that eventually reached the Whole Earth in the year 669 PD;

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Lazaremists

Great God: Lazareme the Lackland Libertine, Thrygragos Everyman

Litter or Breed Demeter
('Body')
Sapiendev
('Mind')
Devaura
('Spirit')
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'The Unities'

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Datong Harmonia
the Unity of Harmony or Balance, as well as Panharmonium, almost always referred to as Harmony;

talisman: a golden torc, called, not surprisingly, the Necklace of Harmony;

- from which she extends her chain-mail body, manacles and the broken chains that she extends off them; these last emit chain lightning and effects similar to the incomparable Northern Lights, with which she's been associated for next door to forever -- or at least 4000 years;

power base: the Brainrock Wall or Gypsium Curtain (Sedon's Hairband);

- as the Unity of Harmony she prominently features in PREGAME-Gambit, "The 1000 Days of Disbelief" and "Feeling Theocidal"; she also sort of figures in "Goddess Gambit", the latter stages of "Helios on the Moon" and "Wilderwitch's Babies":

  • as first revealed in "Feeling Theocidal", called herself Nemesis after killing King Cadmus of Thebes circa 2500 YD (1500 BC); a quote re Harm, as taken from Feel Theo, is here;
  • also in Feel Theo, she proclaims herself the original animus for the Female Entity (Mnemosyne)
  • dominates proceedings throughout much of "The 1000 Days of Disbelief";
  • as revealed in 'The Volsung Variations', circa 5927 YD she's reborn as a mortal referred to as either Wolfie or Witchie in 5938 sequences;
  • someone claiming to be her started calling herself Freespirit Nihila in 5980 YD; as such, she appears in parts of all four books in the 'Launch 1980' cycle of stories;

- way more re the exquisite firstborn links from here; she's also described here;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

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Lord Yajur
- the Unity of Order, Thunder and Lightning Lord of the Sparking Azuras;
talisman: the lightning blade, which emits vajra thunderbolts;
power base: the Upper Head's easternmost or occipital regions;


- featured in PREGAME-Gambit, 'Feeling Theocidal'
, 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief' and throughout 'Helios on the Moon')

- reference made to him as one of Durer's Apocalyptics here; appears on front cover of pH-3; although difficult to see, the same image used here; see also here, here and here;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

- see also here

Unholy Abaddon
the Unity of Chaos
talisman: a trident that sheathes the chaos blade, which emits black lightning;
power base: the uppermost region of the Cattail Peninsula, Sedon's Ponytail;


- featured in PREGAME-Gambit, 'Feeling Theocidal', 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief', 'The Volsung Variations' and throughout 'Coueranna's Curse');

- Ian Fry's drawing of Abe Chaos is here; reference made to him as one of Durer's Apocalyptics here; there's a more accurate image of him in the 3 Unities collage here; see also here; something of a post Daze spoiler is here, here and here;

- after the 1000 Days of Disbelief as often as not referred to as (Uncle) Abe Chaos;

- suggestive likeness (Abe Chaos as Poseidon-Neptune holding onto a dolphin's tail) on pHanta-pHlickr here;

- see also here

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'The Life Goddesses'

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Flowery Anthea
Spring, Eastertide or Planting Season, Sex and Fertility
Illuminaries of Weir named her after the Anthea who was Xuthros Hor's wife and, like him, survived the Genesea;
power focus or talisman: an unresolved subject debated in "Feeling Theocidal";

- some say her power focus was the kibisis or bottomless bag the Attis carried with him throughout his many successions until Thrygragon;

- others say it was the cestus or love girdle still worn by the Medusa (Mater Matare or Mother Murder) throughout "The War of the Apocalyptics");

- reference to her is made in both Feel Theo and War-Pox;

- there's a Serendipity and ... entry re her here

Krepusyl Evenstar
(once Mariamne Dawnstar), nowadays also known as the Grey Lady

Protectorate: Crepuscule (the Land of Twilight, Sedon's Outer Nose) (formerly, albeit when it was on the other side of Head, the Land of Daybreak)

power focus or talisman: the Morgenstern or Holy Water Sprinkler

- devil goddess of the feeorin or fays of Twilight — rather, as per "Contagion Collectors" in particular, the closest faeries come to having a goddess other than Mother Earth;

- appears primarily in 'The Volsung Variations' where a suggestion is made that she was Wilderwitch's devic half-mother by the Male Entity in his 11th Lifetime;

- in "Contagion Collectors", as thanks for her assistance when dealing with the Hoodoo Hamlet circa 5000 YD, her father, Thrygragos Lazareme, allowed her to claim Twilight as her protectorate; she thus became the first Lazaremist 'officially' allowed to have a protectorate;

- see also here, here and here;

Titanic Metis (Metisophia)
Wisdom of Lazareme;

- stipulated devic half-mother of the original incarnation of the recurring deviant, Jordan Tethys;

- power focus or talisman: the cauldron used by Methandra Thanatos throughout the Launch Tetralogy (which she acquired during the expansion of the Empire of Lathakra during the Dome's 48th Century, when Metis was ring-gotten);

- appears primarily in 'The Volsung Variations' but also has a brief speaking role in "Feeling Theocidal";

- animates Morgianna (Superior) Sarpedon's psychopomp-familiar, Metowl, in the 5950s and apparently is still around in the 5980s, only by then she's connected to Night Owl, the vampiric demon whose alternate form is an owl, not a bat;

see also here

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Azkeecyoos
Lazareme's Male Healer;
talisman: the scalpel, which is why disrespectful devils call him Surgeon the Sturgeon

(Appears primarily in "Feeling Theocidal")

Dand Tariqartha
Lazareme's Earth Magician ("The Persian"), the Time-Space Displacer, the Chronocollector;
Protectorate: Temporis;
talisman: a staff with the likeness of his head atop it (known as the power sceptre);

- devic half-father of the Kronokronoi, the likes of Kronokronos Akbarartha, his sister Meroudys and Susano Mikoto, as well as Kronakrona Lakshmi of Lemuria;

(Appears mostly in 'The War of the Apocalyptics' (which became the first entry in the 'Launch 1980' epic trilogy) but also shows up in the revised version of 'The Trigregos Gambit' (which became "Goddess Gambit") as well as in both 'The Volsung Variations' and "Feeling Theocidal")

- see also here

- but for the three eyes, a fairly accurate likeness of the Dand can be found here on pHanta-pHlickr; an even better one, with three eyes and a moai (don't ask) is here

Tvasitar Smithmonger
- 'Artificer', 'Vulcanian', the devic smithy who forges devils' power foci (hence why they're called Tvasitar talismans);
- protectorate: Sedon's Peak;
- talisman: the anvil, from which he extracts all his other tools or implements;

- longtime lover of Klannit Thanatos (the Mirror Mentalist, Mirrors), Methandra's lone non-devic offspring, the first azura in the known cosmos (see also here);

- as described of 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief', not so much the inventor of ringots as their maker; the 1st Ringleader gets hold of some of them during the Simultaneous Summonings of 19/5920;

- has a major role in "The Death's Head Hellion", the first section of "The 1000 Days of Disbelief", a mini-novel now available for ordering;

- featured in "Sedon's Stooge", a chapter in the revised version of 'The Trigregos Gambit', both it and a somewhat more generalized, if not actually inaccurate, origin for devic power focuses should still be online;

- also appears in the serialized version of 'The Trigregos Gambit' and 'Helioddity';

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Starlings
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Imal Atar
'Sunburst'
Rapith Nauroz
'Starface'
Starlight

Zenit Suryad
'Blacksun'
Midnight

- suggestive shot on pHanta-pHlickr here

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'The Three Seasons'

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Vishnuvita
Summer or Growing
talisman: a sheaf of cut-green stalks of wheat still on the rise
protectorate: in the Pastures of Plenty

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Vanalana Wheatstalk
Fall or Harvest
talisman: a cornucopia brimming with the fall’s bounty
protectorate: in the Pastures of Plenty

- connected to the Slimy Woman, Slopsam of Strife's Sinister Sisterhood;

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Wintry Moira
Fata Fortuna, Lazareme's Fate, aka Dame Chance and the luscious Lady Luck
Winter, Dying and Re-boring

talisman: the 3-spoked wheel of fortune (called the Triskelion);

- Rumour of Lazareme's longtime lover prior to the Crimson Conspiracy's aftermath when he was reputedly eaten by faeries in the then Land of Daybreak (see here);

- some of their azuras, called Fatazurs, were believed to have symbiotic qualities the same as Battle Babe's Sangazurs;

- as per 'The Vampire Variations', some of the other offspring, from different devils, were known as Cardazurs; Tom-Tiddly Taddletale seems to be composed of them in 5937/8

- once rumoured to be devic half-mother of all the Quill Tethys Legendarians;

- as told in 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief',captured by Master Morgan Abyss, Luck's probable half-daughter, on the infamous Infernal Equinox (New Years Eve 4824/5 YD);

- as a result, her Triskelion (though not her) often comes into play in the latter stages of "The Death's Head Hellion", albeit not wielded by her;

- many centuries later, in the mid to late 55th Century of the Dome, Lord Yajur unintentionally cathonitized her;

- presumably released or, more likely, drawn out of Cathonia sometime thereafter;

- the sheer cloth or sheath statues of Lady Luck or Dame Fortune are often shown wearing is actually a caul (a fragment of amniotic membrane), an ages old symbol of good luck;

- see also here;

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'The Morrigu or Battle Goddesses'

Badhbh
aka Battle Babe
talisman: the Sabre Rattle; a Morrigu or Battle Goddess;
considered the inspirational soul of the triad;
one of the many devic mothers of the Sangazurs;

Unofficial protectorate in 5980: Valhalla (The Bloodlands, Sedon's Outer Nose);

 

Nemain
a Morrigu or Battle Goddess;
considered conflict's wits, the genius general or main brains of the triad;

Mara Macha
often called Nightmare; a Morrigu or Battle Goddess;
the physical as well facial front of the triad; the one who does most of the in-person fighting;

appears primarily in 'The Volsung Variations'; an example of her essential nastiness is preserved here;

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Irisiel Mercherm
- Lazareme's Female Heliodromus or messenger;
- talisman: a pair of talaria (winged sandals);
- called Speedy, for reasons obvious; also sometimes called 'Winged Booties' after her Tvasitar talisman

- appears in Feel Theo and "Contagion Collectors", the second mini-novel derived from 1000-Daze; has a few fleeting moments in "Helios on the Moon" as well;

- see also here, here and using the Search Engine at the top of the page;

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Rumour
power focus or Tvasitar talisman: a Brainrock quill that adheres to Jordan 'Quill' Tethys;

- forever lover of Dame Chance; some of their azuras, called Fatazurs, were believed to have symbiotic qualities the same as Battle Babe's Sangazurs

- while wandering in the Land of Daybreak (before it became Twilight) may have disappeared inside a faerie knoll or mound circa 4000 YD;

- one theory says he was eaten therein and, when excreted, became Tomcat Tattletail, who took perverse delight tormenting Harmony by masquerading as their father, Thrygragos Lazareme, on both sides of the Dome;
- there are an increasing number of Tomcat likenesses on pHanta-pHlickr; see a faun, that could be him; see him here, here or here for instances;

- may also have committed devic suicide to escape from Phantast the Dream Weaver, a firstborn Mithradite, in the aftermath of the Crimson Conspiracy circa 4000 YD;

- connected to Jordan Q. Tethys: 'The Legendarian', '30-Beers', the legendary 30-Year Man who purports to be an ever re-aborning deviant, not a devic suicide;

- the 'Q' in the Legendarian's birth name always stands for 'Quill';

- Jordy, as the Legendarian, appears in most of the Launch Tetralogy but primarily in the serialized version of 'The Trigregos Gambit'; also makes appearances in 'The Volsung Variations' and 'The Vampire Variations';

- as a deviant he claims his devic mother is Titanic Metis while his father is Rumour of Lazareme, who disappeared in a faerie knoll or mound circa 4000 YD;

- Quill Tethys is one of the 3 or 4 central characters in the revised version of 'The Trigregos Gambit' and is a major character in both "Feeling Theocidal" and "The 1000 Days of Disbelief";

- for more on Quill Tethys see also here; for Rumour of Lazareme, see also here;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

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Goatish Amal-Althea
- Lazareme's Nurse or Female Healer;
- also known as Althea Brand, Goat, Fauna, Trailblazer;
- power focus or Tvasitar talisman: a caduceus;

- in Feel Theo, she's connected to Pusan Wanderlust, a Wayfarer in the Weird who purports to be an ever re-aborning deviant, not a devic suicide (Deneb Makara) originally belonging to the Unmoving One's tribe as Byron's Goat or Goatfish, his Zodiacal equivalent of Capricorn;

- in 'Tsishah's Twilight', she's connected to Illuminatus, who carries an eye-stave whose 'gargoyle' appears to be a Brainrock caduceus with her;

- it may yet prove to be that, as a result of the Simultaneous Summonings of 19/5920, Mel-Illuminatus was born with Amal-Althea inside her;

- Pusan appears in 'Feeling Theocidal' and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief' as well as throughout 'Tsishah's Twilight';

- thus far Amal-Althea only appears (briefly) in Feel Theo;

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Mandorla Auricaura
- Enlightenment, Saintliness
- power focus: vesica pisces
- usually manifests herself as hazy female partially obscured by a bright, almond-shaped, body halo or incandesent lightbulb (the symbol for having an idea);

- presumed by some to be Fisherwoman's devic half-mother because the infant Fish was found with her visica pisces power focus attached to her navel, where it stayed as she grew up;

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Biblio Drek
The Librarian;

power focus: 3-lensed spectacles
- doesn't have a protectorate as such but tends to hang out in the eastern Mystic Mountains (Sedon's Crown)
- seems to act as Lazareme's ambassador to difficult places such as the Weirdom of Kanin City post-Thrygragon, as per 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief';
- pictured in in pH: 4-ever&40, which can still be ordered;
- therein he appears as the narrator of the graphic novel's final sections, which depict Xuthros Hor calling down, and up, the Great Flood of Genesis (the Genesea) and the Devil Sedon raising the Cathonic Dome out of his own essence;

- see also here

Antagone Negaura
- protectorate: the Land of Nothingness, on the Cattail Peninsula;
- the Negative Deva, also known as both Perfection and Antigen;

- Unholy Abaddon's forever lover after he committed devic suicide to end the so-called 1,000 Days of Disbelief;
- her connection with Abe Chaos mentioned a few times in "Helios on the Moon";

???
'The Changelings'
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Ka the Creation
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Mercurial Kometes

Bifronatille

- two-faced Janus-type often called Steam to Sedona's Smoke;

???

Holy Hetaera
- the Whore of Lazareme sometimes thought of as the Biblical Whore of Babylon;
-evidently a favourite bedmate of her father

- mentioned in "Helios on the Moon", the third entry in the 'Launch 1980' story cycle, as being named after the singular of ‘hetaerae’ (Ancient Greek courtesans);

Icy Miros
Mirrors
Crystal Mountains

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Djinn Ghoster
Male Heliodromus;

- called Djinn in 'Heliodyssey';
- also appears in 'Psychodrama' and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief';
- see also here;

???

Ursine Bardol
power focus: a thick, Brainrock tree branch with a club head shaped like a beehive;
bear-like, the devil-god of the Barrings, who proliferate in the northern mountains of the Cattail Peninsula;
(Appears in PREGAME-Gambit and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief'; see also here

Lemolo Wildwyck
onetime protectorate: the Forever Forest of Wildwyck;

- could prove to be the Furie, Dervish Furie's animus or driving engine;

Shadreech the Howler

???
'The Black Godlings'

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Faustus Vladuca
'The Fop', 'Fangfingers', 'First Fangs';

- talisman or power focus: the fang-fingered Brainrock glove

(NOTE: the 60th Century's surrogate vampire queen, Janna born Somata {'Second Fangs'}, acquires it during the course of 'The Disunition of the Unities', which provides the basis for 'Fangfingers - The 1000 Days of Disbelief' storyline);

- a Black Godling who may be the origin of the Black King Molechs or Vampire Makers from the 'Heliodyssey' serials;

- voluntarily became a vampire, arguably the 1st devic vamp circa 5492 YD;

- appears throughout "The 1000 Days of Disbelief", plus in the serialized version of PREGAME-Gambit and, later on, in the serialized version of ENDGAME-Gambit;

- see also here

Tara Taupe Eumen Korerl
???
'The White Godlings'

Rastha Aragorn
- 'The Rasp'; called Skinless by Lazaremists;

- a White Godling flagellant with a flail for a power focus;

- once betrothed to Sraddha Somata & also scheduled to occupy Janna Somata for purposes procreative circa late 55th Century YD;

- appears throughout 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief'; see also here

Vanap Sintala
'Sickness + Health'
confined with Antagone to Land of Nothingness sometime long after 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief';

Llatha

???
'The Cattail Commandos'

Irach

- named after the township in the northwest Cattail where self-imposed Irache exiles have taken up residence after fleeing Iraxas (Hadd-Haas)

 

 

Soldat

- named after the war-faring township in the central Cattail where he is most strongly worshipped

Reve

- dreamer named after the warfaring township in the central Cattail where he is most strongly worshipped

???
'The Metal Magi'

Sapradotyl
- female Metal Mage
- lives in the Metal Range in north-eastern Metal Range

Tellamic
- male Metal Mage
- lives in the Metal Range in north-eastern Metal Range
Aurous Haustus
- the Golden Enemy
??? Mostar

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Ama-Terra
Tvasitar Talisman: the Amateramirror

(Appears briefly in 'The Trigregos Gambit')

???
Dactyl Tactiles

Acmon the Anvil

- fire imp known to serve Tvasitar Smithmonger in Prometheum atop the Demeter Cliff of Sedon's Peak

 

 

Damnameneus the Hammer

- fire imp known to serve Tvasitar Smithmonger in Prometheum atop the Demeter Cliff of Sedon's Peak

 

Celmis the Mould

- fire imp known to serve Tvasitar Smithmonger in Prometheum atop the Demeter Cliff of Sedon's Peak
- name means casting

... those devils born of Thrygragos Lazareme by the Trigregos Sisters before Heliosophos caused Weirstar to go supernova. As such they are part of the Third Generation of Devazurkind. These Master Devas made up about a quarter of those that eventually reached the Whole Earth in the year 669 PD;

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MITHRADITES

(****) Great God: Varuna Ahriman Mithras ('The VAM Entity')

Litter or Breed Demeter
('Body')
Sapiendev
('Mind')
Devaura
('Spirit')
one: "The Deadly Thanatoids" -- thought-firstborn Mithradite Death Gods

Tantal Thanatos
'King Cold'
-protectorate: the highly volcanic Icicle Isle of Lathakra, once Sedon's Horn then Sedon's Cataract and finally Sedon's "Frozen Flake of Dandruff" off the east coast of the Cattail Peninsula;
- the devic deity of both the Frozen Isle's Intuits and Fire Kings;
- Cold to his wife and immediate sister's Heat;
- power focus or talisman: a double-headed war-axe called the Labrys;

Illuminaries named him after the Ancient Greeks' God of Death but Ancient Czechs worshipped him as Krondakis, King of Peaks;

Has a pet skunk he named Sedon (it's probably a demon);

The month of Tantalar (December) is named after him;

- more info and a character collage can be found here and here;

- primary azura and fourth generational devic offspring are listed and described here;

(Appears throughout the phantacea comic book series, the Phantacea Revisited graphic novels, "The War of the Apocalyptics", "Goddess Gambit", "Helios" on the Moon" and is around for a good part of the Launch web-serials and 'The Volsung Variations'; shows up in both 'Feeling Theocidal' and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief' for extended periods of time; often mentioned but never seen in "Wilderwitch's Babies")

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Phantast Thanatos
'Dream' or 'Dream Weaver'
unofficial protectorate: Crimson
- power focus or talisman: knitting needle that multiplies variably;

- the Crimson wetlands are a boggy canker or sore on Sedon's Upper Lip within the Forbidden Forest of KalaTal; however, (as noted in 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief', he was cathonitized as a consequence of the Crimson Conspiracy of circa 4000 YD, which occurred previous to protectorates being proclaimed inviolable in the aftermath of Thrygragon;

- as per 1000 Daze, for hundreds of years he hosted a bacchanal in Crimson on Midsummer's Night (Azky the 24th throughout the Hidden Headworld); hence Sedon's Hedon;

- seems to have dropped Mordira Faeriedust in favour of Strife-Marutia sometime shortly before instigating the Crimson Conspiracy beyond the Dome;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

Methandra Thanatos
'Scarlet Seeress' 'Sorceress', 'Crimson Queen' or 'Hotstuff';
- once Mithras's Virgin;
- as Mediterranean Athena the Athenan War Witches' devic deity;
- Heat to her husband and immediate brother's Cold;
- the devic deity of both Mythland's and the Frozen Isle's Intuits
- protectorate: Mythland, the Jewel of Sedon's Crown, though as of 4825 YD usually found on Lathakra;
- power focus or talisman: a sorceress's cane, sometimes called the Firebrand or Matchstick;

- more info and a character collage can be found here and here;

- primary azura and fourth generational devic offspring are listed and described here;

(Appears throughout the phantacea comic book series, the Phantacea Revisited graphic novels, "The War of the Apocalyptics", "Goddess Gambit", "Helios" on the Moon" and is around for a good part of the Launch web-serials and 'The Volsung Variations'; shows up in both 'Feeling Theocidal' and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief' for extended periods of time; often mentioned but never seen in "Wilderwitch's Babies")

two: "The Apple Goddesses"

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Beguiling Belialma
'Sinistral Lust'; Hell's Bouncing Belle; Belting Beltis to the Bull's Baal;

- power focus or talisman: the Ruby Red Apple of Concupiscence;

- twice ruled Satanwyck (Sedon's Temple); first until Thrygragon then again during Age of Panharmonium (until Chaos cathonitized her during 1000 Days of Disbelief);

- when she ruled Satanwyck the month of February was name Belialmam, after her; nowadays it's called Balek after Baaloch Hellblob, Sinistral Sloth

- most common mother of the Mazurs;

- most common mate being Plathon, the multi-horned Bull of Mithras but apparently married Zuvem Nergalis, who may have been Smiler; connected to both Thrygragos Lazareme and Abe Chaos in 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief';

- see here for more on the luscious Lady Lust

(Appears in PREGAME-Gambit, "Feeling Theocidal" and "The 1000 Days of Disbelief")

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr, with apple, here

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Divine Coueranna
'Myrionymous Kore', Kore-Concord; Kore of the Many Names and Multiple Personalities;

- power focus or talisman: the Little Green Apple of Everlasting Youth (Rejuvenesence);

- in terms of Outer Earth mythology identified with Phrygian Cybele (Magna Mater, the Great Mother)

- once ruled Apple Island (Sedon's Human Eye-Isle);
- later ruled Kore's Hell, on the other side of the Brainrock river Styx, within Mt Maenalus on Ap Isle;
- Kore's Cathdral on Ap Isle is still known as the Palladium; it's in Corona City;
- the Kore Games on Apple Isle are known as the Maternalia;

- from roughly Years of the Dome 0 to 2000 she was solidified by virtue of occupying dozens of her sisters in Thrygragos Varuna Mithras;

- mother, by Mithras (whom she believed was her father) of the Head's oldest and at one time most plentiful group of azuras (Mithrazurs):

(Appears in PREGAME-Gambit and in 'Feeling Theocidal'; referred to throughout both 'Coueranna's Curse' and 'The Volsung Variations')

- see here for more on the Corn Queen's Great Goddess;
- see below for another possible image;
- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here, with howsoever horsey-looking dogcart;
- here, on a plaque translated from French; given a crumbly face complete with third eye-dent, here; there's another comment re Concord here

- additional notes here re Magna Mater, her cult, that of Mithras and the ancient Taurobolium Ceremony associated with both can be found on the Free Dictionary here;

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Kanin Marut
- Fitna Marutia, Kore-Eris, Kore-Discord, Faceless Strife

- ruled Sedon's Cheek (Marutia) from roughly 2000 YD until she disappeared some decades after 4000 YD;
- power focus or talisman: the Golden Apple of Discord (melted out of existence ca 4000 YD while seeking to escape Grandfather Sedon's wrath);

- starting circa 2000 YD and lasting for over 2,000 years after that she was Mithras's mate;

- when possessing the Female Entity became the devic half-mother of the Attis (Taurus Chrysaor Attis), a recurring deviant known as both the Golden-Brown Warrior and the Universal Soldier;

- there are a number of images of said deviant half-son, phantacea's Chrysaor Attis online; one on pHanta-pHlickr is here; the description that goes with it is perhaps imperfectly translated here;

- as (mostly) per Feel Theo mother, by Mithras (whom she believed was her father), of 2000 years worth of Mithrazurs;

- lost her power focus and daemonic body seeking to swim across Sedon's Peak's lava lake filled with molten Brainrock, ca 4000 YD (Year 0 AD);
- thereafter forced to occupy a number of shells over the decades; these shells would be the daughters of small case sedons or Sed-sons;
- as Faceless Strife she in a number of web-serials including 'Coueranna's Curse', 'Aspects of an Amoebaman', 'Centauri Island' & 'Helios on the Moon';

- as Strife-Marutia, she's often referred to in both 'Feeling Theocidal' and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief'; she appears during significant portions of "Nuclear Dragons" and "Helios on the Moon";

- there's an illustrated feature on her in the Pivotal Players webpage; there's also more on her and her fellow Apple Goddesses here and here;

- suggestive likeness of her (as a nun) on pHanta-pHlickr here;
- even though she's never been a headless blemmy, there's another comment re Strife here;
- among other places her connection to Cybele St Synne after the Simultaneous Summonings of 19/5920 is noted here;

three believed lost

Loquileptic
(devic god of 'Divine Madness')

Plathon
(Cruel, Kind or Indifferent)

- Multi-Horns, the Bull of Mithras; Baal to Belialma's Beltis;

- power focus or talisman: a bident;

- devic protectorate: Corona City on Apple Isle (which he calls Apis Isle), became responsible for Theopolis Hill after Thrygragon;
- training for the Bull Games (Paternalia) on Apis Isle take place in Palaestra, Plathon's palace, which is in Corona City;

(Appears in PREGAME-Gambit, 'Feeling Theocidal', 'Helioddity', 'The Volsung Variations' & 'Helios on the Moon');

a depiction of Plathon taken from pH: 4-ever&40 is here; there's an image suggestive of him here; beside it is a racy quote re Bouncing Belle and the Beast from 'Feeling Theocidal';

NOTE: as per 'Feeling Theocidal', if Smiler is right and the VAM Entity is the entirety of Thrygragos Sedon's firstborn set of three, then most probably Plathon is actually a Fourth Born;

- pHanta-pHlickr likeness here

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Zuvem Nergalis

'Planter' of the Nergalids (the other two being the Grower and the Harvester); 'Gravedigger', 'Devil Doom', 'Undertaker';

power focus or talisman: a spade;

- devic protectorate: once ruled Grand Elysium, Elysian Fields, the original Valhalla, in Sedon's stead;
- onetime King of Hell on Earth, he co-ruled Satanwyck (Sedon's Temple) alongside Bouncing Belle (Sinistral Lust) until the Unity of Chaos cathonitized him (and her) during "The 1000 Days of Disbelief";

- seems to have been blamed for many of the eminently forgettable Smiler's misdeeds over the centuries because trying to relocate and properly kill Devil Doom obsesses the by now wholly daemonic Abe Chaos throughout both 'Coueranna's Curse' and 'The Volsung Variations' web-serials;

- but for a third eye (unless he's got four eyes, albeit without wearing glasses) a suggestive likeness of the onetime King of Hell can found on pHanta-pHlickr here;

(Also appears in 'Feeling Theocidal', 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief' and 'The Trigregos Gambit')

 

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Domdaniel

Sinistral Pride ('Lucifer')
Satanwyck

- somehow came to be considered Doc Dark's animus, Mr Brilliant, albeit not until February 1953;
- there's something of a spoiler re Dom-Devil here;

(Mentioned in a number of pHanta-books and web-serials but thus far only appears in 'Psychodrama', aka Year One - After Limbo 2)

Monstrous Ravana

- Earthquake
- power focus or talisman: log chain complete with grappled hook on end

- pHanta-pHlickr likeness

- early on rival of Thrygragos Varuna Mithras from centuries before devils acquired power foci mentioned in 'Pyrame's Progress';

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'The Earthlings'

Yama Nergal
- King Harvest, 'Reaper' or 'Harvester' of the Nergalids (the other two being the Planter and the Grower); the second devic 'Grim Reaper' and only devil who can survive in the Ghostlands (original Valhalla);

- power focus or talisman: a transmutable pick-axe that often looks like a scythe;

- description from the Weirdness web-serial here;

(Appears in 'PREGAME-Gambit', 'Feeling Theocidal', 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief', early on in 'Helios on the Moon', 'Month One - After Limbo 1' and 'Year One - After Limbo 2')

- a particularly apt likeness of King Harvest, complete with a third eye-bump, is on pHanta-pHlickr here; no scythe or pick-ace, though

 

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Gibran Nimiki
'Underlord'
Mines

According to Judge Druj (Smiler), while speaking to Plathon in 'Pyrame's Progress', Mines and Minerals were cathonitized by Lord Order (Yajur) in the 49th Century of the Dome during their attempt to wrest Temporis from Dand Tariqartha;

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Shal Ereshkigal
'Underlady'
Minerals

According to Judge Druj (Smiler), while speaking to Plathon in 'Pyrame's Progress', Mines and Minerals were cathonitized by Lord Order (Yajur) in the 49th Century of the Dome during their attempt to wrest Temporis from Dand Tariqartha;

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Danset Typhon
'Serpentine'
Devalord of Moorset

- mentioned in 'Pyrame's Progress' and may even appear, howsoever briefly, in 'The Vampire Variations';

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

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Iron Lord Abdullah Ziderite
'Magnetism'

- something akin to his story is told in "Helios on the Moon" and preserved here;
- also mentioned in 'Pyrame's Progress';


Geld Neargon
'The Neuter'
Devalord of Androgynia
talisman: a 4-layered alchemical or elemental mitre

appears briefly in both 'Feeling Theocidal' and 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief'

- as per Feel Theo, often appears as a hermaphroditic toad, which is why some devils address him as 'Toad'

- as per 1000 Daze, sometimes jokingly refers to his power focus as a noggin neutralizer whereas other devils, much less kindly, sometimes call it his dunce cap;

there an approximate likeness of this "dunce cap" on pHanta-phlickr here


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'The Reptilians'

Klizarod Rex
'Saurlord', Tyrant Lizard
Devic Dand or Devil-God of the Flood Lands
(Appears in 'Hidden Headgames', 'Helios on the Moon' and 'Feeling Theocidal')

- pictured in double-clickable poster graphic below; also showed up on Games's cover, a double-clickable version of which is here

- there another suggestion of what he might look like here, on pHanta-pHlickr

Chromo Chameleon
Colourful 'Lizarado Lord'
Emperor of the Lakelands, the Lizarados' Devil-God
(Appears in 'Hidden Headgames', 'Helios on the Moon' and 'Feeling Theocidal')

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Pteraterror
'Avian Reptilian'
Flood Lands

- as noted in 'Feeling Theocidal', she was cathonitized as a consequence of the Crimson Conspiracy of circa 4000 YD

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'The Male Apocalyptics'

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Mars Bellona
'War'
Former protectorate: the Bloodlands, Sedon's Inner Nose (modern day: New Valhalla)
devic father of the Sangazurs;

(Appears throughout the 'War of the Apocalyptics'; shows up in 'The Trigregos Gambit' as well as "Helios on the Moon" and, briefly, in 'Feeling Theocidal'; depicted in the comics, "The Damnation Brigade" graphic novel, and on the cover of Phantacea Phase One #1)

- a photo essay with quotes from War-Pox starts here; there's a spoiler from Hel-Moon here;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr, with comment re distinctive headdress, here;

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Carcinogen the Leper
Plague, the Apocalyptic of Disease
Former co-protectorate (with Sickness): the Pristine Isles

(Appears throughout the 'War of the Apocalyptics'; shows up in 'The Trigregos Gambit' as well as, briefly, in 'Feeling Theocidal'; depicted in the comics, "The Damnation Brigade" graphic novel, and on the cover of Phantacea Phase One #1)

- a photo essay with quotes from War-Pox starts here

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Nakba Ramazar
Catastrophe or Disaster, the Headless Apocalyptic of Sudden Destruction,

- lost his head after falling for Flowery Anthea, a Lazaremist, not long after devils became solid;
later fell for Krepusyl of Crepuscule for whom he created the Crystal Skulls still used by Sangazur-animated Dead Things to communicate with each other;

- rides the 2-headed, 6-eyed Vultyrie;

(Appears throughout the 'War of the Apocalyptics' as well as, briefly, in 'Feeling Theocidal'; depicted in the comics, "The Damnation Brigade" graphic novel, and on the cover of Phantacea Phase One #1; although ,not having a head, he's hard to spot)

- a photo essay with quotes from War-Pox starts here

- there's a comment re Ramazar on pHanta-pHlickr here

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More on Mithras's Ninth can be found on phantacea.com as linked from here

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Pyrame Silverstar
'The Perpetual Presence' (adult, female)

-name derives from 'in the middle of the fire', not pyramid;

- among the most myrionymous of all devils; as such also called 'Providence', 'The Pauper Priestess', 'Egyptian', 'Sumerian'; 'Tanith, Queen of Cretan Phaistos' for hundreds of years; Astroarche, Queen of Courts; Queen Gomorrah to Sedon's King Sodom;

- in the absence of a power focus to call her own, she seems to have adopted the All-Seeing Eye of Providence as her symbol;

- called the Pauper Priestess because she has no talisman to call her own and no protectorate to call her home; if she's priestess it's of Sedon, her forever mate;

- after the ruination of the Upper Head in 4825 YD (rendering much of it the Ghostlands) she ceased living at the Grand Elysium pyramid, by far the largest on the Whole Earth;

- can often be found on the Prison Beach of Incain where she lives within, and seemingly controls, All the Invincible She-Sphinx;

- associated, and for a long time interchangeable, with Primeval Lilith, the Demon Queen of the Night;

- as such the devic half-mother of innumerable mortal sedons or Sed-sons who are required to maintain the Cathonic Dome;

- her origin is found in 'The Trigregos Gambit', wherein she doesn't otherwise appear;

- got hold of Machine-Memory in 19/5908 with the result being the Trigon Triplets (Eden Nightingale, Cybele St Synne and Mnemosyne D'Angelo);

- co-ruled the devic third of Crete as Queen Tanith to Sedon's (actually Smiler's) King Rhadamanthys from roughly 2000-2500 YD (2000-1500 BC) or until Novadev caused Stongyne to blow its heart into the sky;

- as per here, she had Trala devolve Young Life & Young Death in late Tantalar 5920

- presumed devic half-mother of Kronokronos Mikoto, who appeared in "Goddess Gambit" and, briefly, in "Helios on the Moon";

- the longest photo essay on her is here;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

(Appears in 'Helioddity' and 'After Limbo'; is one of the 3 or 4 most prominent characters in "Feeling Theocidal", plays a significant role in the first two mini-novels extracted from "The 1000 Days of Disbelief", and returns from Cathonia in 5980 to show up in all three novellas comprising the "Hidden Headgames" collection)

 

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Cathune Bubastis
cat-faced 'Apocalyptic of Drought'
protectorate: Sisert (The Silent Sands of Cathune);
power focus: sandstorm hourglass;
barren, has no known azuras;

Appears in 'Helios on the Moon' and, briefly, in both 'Feeling Theocidal' and parts of 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief'; looks to be playing a pivotal role in "The Forgettable Fiend", the first novella collected in "Hidden Headgames", except ...

- when brood sister Pyrame ruled the devic third of Crete as Queen Tanith, Cathune ruled Egypt from a base in Bubastis (hence her surname) as the Cat Queen consort to the Sun God (Ptah?), who might have been Thrygragos Mithras but could also have been Thrygragos Lazareme;

In "Feeling Theocidal" she's connected to Mars Bellona, the Apocalyptic of War; however, she rejected him due to serial infidelities and became barren instead;

there's a photo essay on her here; there's also a shorter note on her here;

Tralalorn
'White Dwarf'; Lost Lorna; 'The Perpetual Presence' (female, child);

- no protectorate of her own but, in 5980, she was most often found on Apple Isle (Sedon's Human Eye-Isle on a map of the Hidden Headworld);

- might not be a devil; argument that she's actually Pyrame's demon-daughter noted here;

- origin found in 'The Trigregos Gambit' but also hinted at in 'Feeling Theocidal';

- quotes from Feel Theo re Trala and her 3-headed Stynx of a chimera, circa 4376, are preserved here and here;

- theory that Trala was, as per here, the Eden Nightingale Mama Rhea (unless it was the Pyrame/Lilith/Memory Miracle Maenad) sacrificed in the Totem Pool in April/Antheal 19/5916 has never been confirmed;

- as per here, Trala devolved Young Life & Young Death in late Tantalar 5920; what she did at Pyrame/Lilith's bidding on the 25th of Tantalar 5920 is also preserved here

- connected to the Succubus Doll, Simple Simone's Raggedy Annie dolly, and as such a member of Strife's Sinister Siisterhood in the late Forties beyond the Dome;

- description from the Weirdness web-serial here; a character likeness is preserved here;

(Appears in "Hidden Headgames", 'Helios on the Moon', 'Helioddity', "Wilderwitch's Babies" and is one of the 3 or 4 central characters in "Feeling Theocidal")

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'The Female Apocalyptics'

Calcutta Famish
'Apocalyptic of Famine or Hunger';

- a skeletal starveling with washboard ribs and a locust’s head, though sometimes also appears as 3-eyed, deathly white locust;
- sometimes also called Pestilence, though, in the absence of Kinsecto/Quensecto, who could have been lost during the Great Flood, that may be an affected attribute;

she briefly appears in 'Feeling Theocidal' where she's described as per here; also mentioned in 'Harry on the Head' as per here;

Diluvia Ran
'Apocalyptic of Flood'

- a puffy, humanoid rain cloud with a gloomy disposition to match;
- sometimes referred to as Cloud-Headed Ran, for reasons obvious;
- presumed by some to be Fisherwoman's devic half-mother because the infant Fish was found with her power focus, a fish or gillnet, lying next to her in the belly of the beast (Island Leviathan) in 5918;
- as per here, Fish seems to have acquired her power focus, a Fishnet, or one like it

she briefly appears in 'Feeling Theocidal' where she's described as per here;

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Milady Malaise
'Sickness'; the Leper's Lady;
- former co-protectorate (with Plague): the Pristine Isles;

Notorious for looking tanned, fit and healthy when on the Pristine Isles but wan, sickly and highly contagious anywhere else;

Valfreja Volsung (the Summoning Child, not the one infected by Strife in 'Coueranna's Curse') seems to acquire her attributes in 'The Volsung Variations'

Malaise also appears in 'Feeling Theocidal' where she's described as per here;

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'The Atomic Idiots' (originally known as Mithras's Seasons)

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Novadev
Midsummer (also Solstitial Summer)

- Mithras's epitome of Midsummer or the Summer Season (Mithras himself epitomized Winter);
- in one version of the Strongyne cycle he drunkenly caused it to blow up, thereby ending the Mad Goddesses' Mediterranean matriarchy circa 2500 YD (1500 BC), whereupon Sedon cathonitized him;
- his story is told in "Feeling Theocidal" and repeated in "The 1000 Days of Disbelief"; escapes the Sedon Sphere in the Launch 1980 story cycle;
- he's the character Colonel Avatar Sol explodes into in pH-2 after the interception of the Cosmic Express by WORLD's Kamikaze Craft;
- the term 'Novadev-nuclear' refers to what he did to Strongyne;
- often used Mildoth the Firedrake as his mount during 500 year Goddess Culture on Outer Earth 2000-1500 BC

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Tammuz
Equinoctial Spring
Apple Isle then the Prison Beach of Incain

- Mithras's epitome of Mid-Spring or the Spring Season; also one of Mithras's torchbearers (Cautes), the one whose torch points upwards;

- power focus or talisman: a torch or rockets usually shown pointing up, as if in anticipation of Summer (Novadev);

- appears in "Feeling Theocidal" and "The 1000 Days of Disbelief";

- one of the Idiot or Atomic Twins who went 'Novadev-nuclear' on the Lathakran armies and their two devil-gods (King Cold and his Crimson Queen) just as they were about to launch an invasion of the Weirdom of Cabalarkon on Samhain 4825 YD;

 

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Osiraq
Equinoctial Autumn
Apple Isle then the Prison Beach of Incain

- Mithras's epitome of Mid-Autumn and the Autumn Season; also one of Mithras's torchbearers (Cautopates), the one whose torch points downwards;

- power focus or talisman: a torch or rocket usually shown pointing down, as if in anticipation of Winter (Mithras);

- appears in "Feeling Theocidal" and "The 1000 Days of Disbelief";

- one of the Idiot or Atomic Twins who went 'Novadev-nuclear' on the Lathakran armies and their two devil-gods (King Cold and his Crimson Queen) just as they were about to launch an invasion of the Weirdom of Cabalarkon on Samhain 4825 YD;

 

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Nergal Vetala
'Fecundity'; the 'Grower' of the Nergalids (the other two being the Planter and the Harvester); later both the 'Vampire Queen of the Dead' and the Blood Queen of Hadd;

- power focus: the moon sickle;

- devic protectorate: somewhere in the Upper Head long pre-Ghostlands then usurped control of Iraxas from the Byronics during expansion of Empire of Lathakra in 48th Century of the Dome;
(NOTE: Iraxas became Hadd during the 1st War between the Living and the Dead, which resulted in 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief')

- featured throughout the PHANTACEA comic book series, except for pH-1, and was the major devic character in both versions of 'The Trigregos Gambit';

- appeared in the Faerie Garden during 'The War of the Apocalyptics';
- was also a highly significant player/threat in virtually all of the 1938 Heliodyssey Quintet of novels in that she was somehow incarnated around 1860 within Rhea of the Ararats then, after the Simultaneous Summonings of 19/5920, transferred to Barsine Mandam via Rhea's 1st born, Olympias Sangati, whose father Azrael was a Blood Beast Prime like Count Molech;
- appeared memorably, if briefly, as Fecundity in 'Feeling Theocidal';
- plays a significant role in the latter stages of 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief';
- was depicted humanizing Machine-Memory in pH: 4-ever&40, which can still be ordered;
- appears on front cover of 'Feeling Theocidal', on the front cover of pH-5 and on the back cover of "Goddess Gambit";
- another extended entry re the eventual Vampire Queen of the Dead is here;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here,

KalaTal
Arachnid devil whose protectorate is the Forbidden Forest of Tal, Sedon's Moustache;


- makes a notable appearance in 'Feeling Theocidal';
- appears in both versions of 'The Trigregos Gambit';

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Demogorgon (Lamia?)
'The Unnameable', 'The Conglomerate Deva'

- a prisoner of All the Invincible Gynosphinx, off the Prison Beach of Incain, since circa 725 PD (pre-Deluge or pre-Dome);

- along with elder sister Pyrame Silverstar and the firstborn Unities of Lazareme, Lamia probably was one of the otherwise as-yet-unnamed Master Devas who joined Thrygragos Lazareme's Expeditionary Party in 725 YD;

(NOTE 1: Demogorgon might not be a devil any more than Pyrame or Tralalorn; like them, her origin is found in both versions "The Trigregos Gambit"; therein Smiler refers her original devic self as 'Lamia', the same name as Amemp Tut's Cainite mother in pH: 4-ever&40);

(NOTE 2: Mater Matare often included in this litter instead of Lamia);

- there's a quote from "Feeling Theocidal" re 2-Faced Demogorgon here;

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'Lesser Sinistrals'

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Grim Thordin
'Sinistral Wrath', 'the Pocket 'Pocalyptic of Pollution'
Satanwyck
mutable power focus: a smoking adze

(Appears in Year One - After Limbo 2)

- there's a note re viceroys and Sinistrals here

Baaloch Hellblob
'Sinistral Sloth', 'Lord Lard', 'Lord Lazy'
Satanwyck
mutable power focus: a frond fan;

- sometimes referred to as 'child-eater';

(Appears in 'Helios on the Moon' and both After Limbo serials)

- there's a note re viceroys and Sinistrals here;

- the month of Balek (February) is named after him (It was called Belialma, after Bouncing Belle, during 'The 1000 Days of Disbelief')

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Santa Mammon
'Sinistral Avarice', 'the Pocket Pocalyptic of Poverty'
Satanwyck
mutable power focus: a starveling club

(Appears in Year One - After Limbo 2)

- there's a note re viceroys and Sinistrals here

- pHanta-pHlickr likeness

unknown
'The Gorgons'

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Mater Matare
'Apocalyptic of Death', 'Medusa', Mother Murder;

- one of the main devic mothers of the Sangazurs by Mars Bellona, the Apocalyptic of War;
- the lone mother of the Apocalyptic Nucleoids or Quadrangs from both pH-5 and "Phantacea Revisited 1: The Damnation Brigade";

- power focus or Tvasitar talisman: probably the head of Medusa (seems to have acquired Anthea's cestus or love girdle at some point prior to moving to the Outer Earth and becoming, in Libya, one of the so-called Middle Sea Mad Goddesses);

As per 'Feeling Theocidal', Mater Matare named herself such (Mother Mother) on Thrygragon, in 4376 YD, after Chrysaor Attis released her from All of Incain; prior to then devils referred to her as the Medusa;

Conceived the fourth generation Quadrangs while she was possessing the Faerie Queen Titania Cabala in the Gregarian Fields (Sedon's Mole) circa 5860 YD; at the same time her brother Apocalyptics were simultaneously possessing King Oberon;

- commonly thought to belong to Mithras's Twelfth instead of Lamia;
- more like the Apocalyptic of Mundane Death, which includes death by murder, suicide, accident, misadventure

- appears in 'Feeling Theocidal', wherein her origin is recounted;

- also appears in the serialized version of PREGAME-Gambit and throughout "The War of the Apocalyptics" as well as in the comics and "The Damnation Brigade" graphic novel; depicted on the cover of Phantacea Phase One #1;

- description from the Weirdness web-serial here;

- see below for possible image; also appears on front cover of 'Feeling Theocidal'; ; there are illustrated web features on Mithras's 12th as well as his Gorgons here;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

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Stheno
either 'Cockatrice' or 'Basilisk';

power focus or Tvasitar talisman: if she's 'Cockatrice' then it's a hen's head with a cowl of snakes;

(either Steno or Euryale has something to do with either Medea Annulis or Mata Avar in the Heliodyssey serials; also appears briefly in 'Feeling Theocidal')

see below for possible image; there's an illustrated web feature on Mithras's Gorgons here;

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Euryale
either 'Cockatrice' or 'Basilisk';

power focus or Tvasitar talisman: if she's 'Basilisk' then it's a turtle's head with strands of snakes;

(either Steno or Euryale has something to do with either Medea Annulis or Mata Avar in the Heliodyssey serials; also appears briefly in 'Feeling Theocidal')

see below for possible image; there's an illustrated web feature on Mithras's Gorgons here;

unknown

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Cyclopean Ibal
'Grand Vizier of Satanwyck', 'Viceroy';
Pocket 'Pocalyptic of Positivism';
original power focus: The Evil Eye (a monstrance with an eyeball instead of a pyx); later power focus: a frond;
Satanwyck

(Appears in 'Year One - After Limbo 2')

There's a note re viceroys and Sinistrals here

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Bobby Badboy
The Cupid, hence often addressed as Cupidity;
Pocket 'Pocalyptic of Paranoia';
'Robin Goodgirl' (when female),
'Sinistral Envy'
Satanwyck

- there's a note re viceroys and Sinistrals here;

- comments and a likeness of the unlikeable little imp can be found of phanta-pHlickr here;

- cathonitized when got beyond the Dome during the tailend of the French Revolution and released the guillotine blade that cut off Marie Antoinette's head; did so apparently under the coercive influence of brood brother Ibal;

- more here

(Appears in 'Year One - After Limbo 2' and, having been pre-eaten by a daemonic putto, in "Contagion Collectors", the second part of "The 1000 Days of Disbelief"; also plays a minor role in "Janna Fangfingers", the third part of 1000-Daze)

Djinn Domitian
The Masochist
- power focus: the fanfare trumpet;
- once Mithras's herald and heliodromus (sun-runner), courier, jinni, angel or main messenger;

- there's a mini-feature on him here; a little bit more here;

NOTE: the lion-headed (leontocephaline) god often seen in iconography associated with Roman or Cave Mithraism is believed to represent Kronos (sometimes Cronos or Chronos); not so in the Phantacea Mythos, therein he's the Masochist whereas Kronos was an aspect of Thrygragos Varuna Mithras

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here

(Appears 'Helios on the Moon', "Feeling Theocidal" and, very briefly, in "The Death's Head Hellion", the first part of "The 1000 Days of Disbelief"; also has a degree of involvement, most off-camera, in "Hidden Headgames")

unknown
(Lust's Lackeys)

Parfum

Humoan

Pheron

unknown

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Mordira Faeriedust

talisman: hand-held wand or faeriedust sprinkler

- associated with Dream (Phantast Thanatos)

Trawl the Taskmaster

power focus or talisman: cat-o'-nine-tails

- cyclops associated with Satanwyck Sinistrals including Cyclopean Ibal

- still considers Monstrous Ravana his liege lord

- Ringleader encountered him on Apple Eye in 5964

- as told in "Hidden Headgames", the two married Thanatoids imprisoned him in All on Incain in early Tantalar 5980

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Susal
Talisman: the Susasword
(Origin told in 'The Trigregos Gambit')
unknown

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Mildoth the Firedrake

- probable inspiration for the nuclear dragons or atomic firedrakes ridden by Hell's Horsemen in "Nuclear Dragons";
- protectorate somewhere in Floodlands;
associated with Klizarod Rex in 'Pyrame's Progress', one of the three novellas comprising "Hidden Headgames";
- may have been Novadev's mount during era of Outer Earth Goddess Culture ca 1500 to 2000 BC;

 

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The Vultyrie
Ramazar's Beauty;

- 6-eyed, devic half-mother to the eponymously named Vultyrie (oversized vultures) ridden by Sangazur-animated Valhallans ('The Glorious Dead') and Rakshas demons ('The Gatherers of the Dead') in the revised version of 'The Trigregos Gambit';

- Ramazar rides her standing up, a foot on either body and rains around both neck

- 2-headed, 2-bodied, but only 2 fully winged, avian similar in that respect to Pteraterror, she appears throughout both versions of "The War of the Apocalyptics" as well as in the comics and "The Damnation Brigade" graphic novel;

- a photo essay with quotes from War-Pox starts here; it contains Ramazar's crack about the Vultyrie being a ventriloquist;

- suggestive likeness on pHanta-pHlickr here;

- a Wikipedia shot suggestive of a regal Vultyrie is here


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Arisandesam
'The Conqueror Worm', 'Sinistral Gluttony'
Satanwyck

There's a note on him or her or both here

unknown
'The Female Furies', 'Erinyes', or 'Eumenides'

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Alecto the Implacable

- indentured servant of Divine Coueranna, who claims she, Kore, not one of the Trigregos Sisters, is her mother;

- lives on Apple Isle, within Kore's Hell (Mt Maenalus)

- connected to Electra Snapzap, the Boltwhip Babe (Laodice Atreides)

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Tisiphone
Avenger of Blood

- indentured servant of Divine Coueranna, who claims she, Kore, not one of the Trigregos Sisters, is her mother;

- lives on Apple Isle, within Kore's Hell (Mt Maenalus)

- connected to

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Megaera
Jealous One

- indentured servant of Divine Coueranna, who claims she, Kore, not one of the Trigregos Sisters, is her mother;

- lives on Apple Isle, within Kore's Hell (Mt Maenalus)

unknown

Kinsecto

- possible Apocalyptic of Pestilence, not to be confused with Famish, the Apocalyptic of Hunger

- possibly hypothetical devil, a survivor of the Genesea, connected to Swarma (Quinsecto), the East Indian onetime member of Strife's Sinister Sisterhood on the Outer Earth;

Quensecto

- possibly a hypothetical devil, a survivor of the Genesea, connected to Swarma (Quinsecto), the East Indian, South Africa born, onetime member of Strife's Sinister Sisterhood on the Outer Earth

Hellion Felcun
- the Ghastly Gull
- devil-hating, demon-loving, ornithic Master Deva often associated with Satanwyck, where some demons actually worship her;

.. those devils supposedly born of Thrygragos Mithras (but may have actually been born of the Moloch Sedon) by the Trigregos Sisters before Heliosophos caused Weirstar to go supernova. As such, they are part of the Third Generation of Devazurkind. These Master Devas made up about half of those that eventually reached the Whole Earth in the year 669 PD;

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The Mighty Eye-Mouth in the Sky as Grandfather Sedon

Sedonic Eye, artwork by Ian Bateson; text and alterations by JIm McPhersonPoster prepared by Ian Bateson, ca. 1987; artwork by Ian Fry, ca. 198The first time anyone on the Cosmic Express came across the Moloch Sedon, he was in his most constant state: namely that of the Mighty Eye-Mouth in the Sky. He had been in that state ever since he raised the Cathonic Zone out of his own essence (hence the Sedon Sphere) in order to protect the archipelago of Pacifica, the Places of Peace, from the ravages of the Genesea.

As initially detailed in the phantacea comic books, that was on the 30th of November 1980 (Maruta 30, 5980 YD). Long, long before then, however, he'd created and/or developed his immediate children (the six, so-called Great Gods and Goddesses), all of whom also appeared in the comics as well as later on in the graphic novel "Forever & 40 Days - the Genesis of PHANTACEA".

Byron's Butterfly (Malar Tzigame) and Klizarod Rex, the Floodlands devic Dand, are two of those pictured on the poster to the left. A Byronic and a Mithradite respectively, they are among the literal thousands of third generational Shining Ones (more commonly called devils or Master Devas in subsequent Phantacea Publications), Dark Sedon and his immediate children reproduced, more so than just produced, before the Dual Entities destroyed the first Weir Star, as per here.

All of which explains why small-case-devils, howsoever erroneously, tend to refer to the Devil as Granddaddy Sed.

Double-click either image in order to open a new window. The poster, which contains artwork by Dave Sim, Ian Fry and Verne Andru, was prepared by Ian Bateson, ca 1987/8. The Mighty Eye-Mouth was originally prepared by Ian Bateson for the cover of Phantacea Phase One #1, which came out in 1986/7. Its double-click is of its flip side (publications in print at the tail end of 2011). Originally a giveaway postcard, it was prepared by Jim McPherson in 2011.
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Great Byron Keeps his Head

[BYRON LOSES HIS BODY -- from pH4-Ever & 40]

This sequence, from "Forever & 40 Days - the Genesis of PHANTACEA", as drawn by Ian Fry in the late Eighties and which can still be ordered, depicts Thrygragos Byron leading an attack on the stronghold of Mahurus Zir (the Biblical Mahalel), the Fifth Patriarch of Golden Age Humankind. It was an ill-advised assault in some respects.

Then again, as also per here, the Great God didn't have much of a body in the first place.

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H.R. Giger's Demon Types

[H.R. GIGER'S PAINTING OF SOMEONE WHO MAY LOOK A LITTLE LIKE DIVINE COUERANNA -- IMAGE TAKEN FROM THE WEB][H.R. GIGER'S PAINTING OF CHARACTERS REMINISCENT OF SOME OF THOSE FOUND IN <b>HELIODYSSEY</b> -- IMAGE TAKEN FROM THE WEB]Left, H.R. Giger's painting of a demonic type with three eyes and an apple, as found on the Worldwide Web. The image is suggestive of Divine Coueranna.

Right, another of H.R. Giger's paintings found on the Worldwide Web, this time of what could pass for a couple of lamiae and a mysterious, hooded figure. The lamiae are suggestive of Neath and Lathe, -- and/or the gorgons, Stheno and Euralye. Could, beneath the hood, be Mother Murder?


H.R. Giger's Kore (?)

[H.R. GIGER'S PAINTING OF SOMEONE WHO MAY LOOK A LITTLE LIKE DIVINE COUERANNA -- IMAGE TAKEN FROM THE WEB]

The third eye and apple are certainly suggestive of Divine Coueranna, Myrionymous Kore or Concord -- only her third eye is a little green apple!

The staple pin is more suggestive of Strife, Marut Kanin, Kanin Marut, Marutia, Kore-Eris or Discord -- except of course Strife doesn't have a face as such!

Given that 'The Launching of the Cosmic Express' is set in 1980 and given how one of the Silver Signallers, Sapphire Lancz, dresses might it not be more suggestive of her?

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H.R. Giger's Lamiae (?)[H.R. GIGER'S PAINTING OF CHARACTERS REMINISCENT OF SOME OF THOSE FOUND IN <b>HELIODYSSEY</b> -- IMAGE TAKEN FROM THE WEB]

Who might the mysterious figure in the hooded cloak be, -- Mother Murder perhaps? Could it be 'Mystery Might'?

Are the two others Medea's lamia, Neith and Lathe? If so, could they have once been Olympias Sangati and Rhea Ararat? If not, could they be 'Cockatrice' and 'Basilisk'?

Have to read 'Heliodyssey' to find out, I'm afraid.

Then again looking at Giger's work always makes me at least moderately afraid! Or have I said that already?)

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The Sedonshem Lands atop Kanin City in 669 Pre-Dome (PD)[SEDONSHEM LANDS ATOP DROCH NOR]


This digitally dicked and colourized page, from "Forever & 40 Days - the Genesis of PHANTACEA", as drawn by Ian Fry in the late Eighties and which can still be ordered, depicts the Sedonshem landing atop Kanin City 669 years before Xuthros Hor caused the Genesea or Great Flood of Genesis. (Double-click to enlarge it an new window.)

Except for those devils who were with Thrygragos Lazareme on his expeditionary party to the then Whole Earth, which Sedon sent down from its Moon in 725 PD in order to search for the Dual Entities, every then-still-surviving Master Deva as well the Great Gods Byron and Varuna Mithras were part of the Sedonshem.

Droch Nor (the Biblical Enoch and Seventh Patriarch of Golden Age Humankind) was among the thousands crushed to death beneath Sedonshem landed.

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