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Old 23rd April 2019, 11:58 PM   #1
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Help with demon ID

My boy found this on the beach:



Cleaned up, it looks like this:



The closest I can get to who it is, is Pazuzu, the Babylonian demon from The Exorcist. I've found images of similar statues that have been made and sold as Pazuzu, and that would fit the facts of the story.

Found at a beach, but it obviously isn't flotsam, because it's brass.
It was in a position that looked like it had been thrown out of a car on the way past.
It wouldn't surprise me to find someone scared of having Pazuzu around and deciding to get rid of it.

It's now taking centre stage on our weird articles display, and if anyone can shed light on who it actually is, go ahead!
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Old 24th April 2019, 01:22 AM   #2
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Could be Garuda.
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Old 24th April 2019, 01:35 AM   #3
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I'd also guess Pazzuzu, there's a nice little market for statues of the Exorcist star. I'm guessing someone had it for a laugh and then got a religious girl/boy friend!
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Old 24th April 2019, 02:11 AM   #4
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Now you've done it. Never, NEVER clean it up! You have squandered most of her power.
Jeez, don't you watch Antiques Roadshow?
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Old 24th April 2019, 02:42 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by arthwollipot View Post
Could be Garuda.
I did consider that.

Originally Posted by Cheetah View Post
Now you've done it. Never, NEVER clean it up! You have squandered most of her power.
Jeez, don't you watch Antiques Roadshow?
Matter of fact, I do watch it. I thought about not cleaning it, but I was more worried about the corrosion continuing if I didn't, plus any value isn't a concern. I don't believe it has any value anyway.
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Old 24th April 2019, 03:03 AM   #6
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What you believe hardly matters. Antiques might have value but demons have POWER. You could have had three wishes. If you are lucky there might be a small one left.

Don't fall for demon propaganda and misinformation! Aladdin didn't really polish the lamp, he didn't squander the power, inserting that little detail is just how they trick you.
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Old 24th April 2019, 04:37 AM   #7
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The movie could open with the actor playing you typing the OP of this thread with a voice over as the opening credit starts. The rest of the movie pretty much writes itself. Spoiler alert: It doesn't end well for you but you will have learned a valuable lesson before your demise about leaving discarded evil statuettes alone. On the bright side all the women in your life will be played by young actresses with great figures.

The demon ID'ed in the movie will be treated as a MacGuffin and will be of no help.

My bet is it is one of the ancient ones, like Chtulluh (but not Chtulluh himself).

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Old 24th April 2019, 04:53 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by arthwollipot View Post
Could be Garuda.
Correct. Official symbol of the Thai monarchy.
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I'd also say Garuda. Pazuzu has 4 wings, a snake dong and no beak. Also, the style looks more Asian than mesopotamian.
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Originally Posted by arthwollipot View Post
Could be Garuda.
Originally Posted by The Atheist View Post
I did consider that.
and these images of Garuda didn't convince you?


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Old 24th April 2019, 05:57 AM   #11
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Who ya gonna call?
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Old 24th April 2019, 06:12 AM   #12
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A Google image search for "Garuda statue" comes up with several that look exactly like that, though mounted on a different base.
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My first thought was a harpy but the images of garuda are pretty spot on.
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Who ya gonna call?
Nearest Thai takeaway place, probably.

I'd see if they want it when I go to pick up my Pad Thai.
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Nearest Thai takeaway place, probably.

I'd see if they want it when I go to pick up my Pad Thai.
And if they run screaming from the building you should too!
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My boy found this on the beach:

http://charman.co.nz/pazuzu2.jpg

Cleaned up, it looks like this:

http://charman.co.nz/pazuzu1.jpg

The closest I can get to who it is, is Pazuzu, the Babylonian demon from The Exorcist. I've found images of similar statues that have been made and sold as Pazuzu, and that would fit the facts of the story.

Found at a beach, but it obviously isn't flotsam, because it's brass.
It was in a position that looked like it had been thrown out of a car on the way past.
It wouldn't surprise me to find someone scared of having Pazuzu around and deciding to get rid of it.

It's now taking centre stage on our weird articles display, and if anyone can shed light on who it actually is, go ahead!
Did your boy find the book with the pentagram cover at the same time?
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What ever it is, it is a cool find!
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What ever it is, it is a cool find!
Cool find or harbinger of the coming apocalypse?

When Chtulluh awakes he will be unforgiving to those with the impudence to misidentify an ancient one. Some of you will have passings that will not be quick.
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Now you've done it. Never, NEVER clean it up! You have squandered most of her power.
Jeez, don't you watch Antiques Roadshow?
My first thought as well!

"Garuda" is also the national airline of Indonesia, for some reason.
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and these images of Garuda didn't convince you?
I didn't see those ones, but convince me now. Definitely Garuda, which is a shame - Pazuzu would have been much more satisfying.

The kids will never know the difference, so it's Pazuzu in the house at least.

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Did your boy find the book with the pentagram cover at the same time?
No, and it's not a "book", it's a leather-bound copy of the King James Version of the Holy Bible, thank you very much.

Isn't that standard on the cover?
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Yikes, those genitals.
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Yikes, those genitals.
Two genitalia? I hate to sound na´ve, but is that a 'double'?

Don't shame me.
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Originally Posted by The Atheist View Post
My boy found this on the beach:

http://charman.co.nz/pazuzu2.jpg

Cleaned up, it looks like this:

http://charman.co.nz/pazuzu1.jpg

The closest I can get to who it is, is Pazuzu, the Babylonian demon from The Exorcist. I've found images of similar statues that have been made and sold as Pazuzu, and that would fit the facts of the story.

Found at a beach, but it obviously isn't flotsam, because it's brass.
It was in a position that looked like it had been thrown out of a car on the way past.
It wouldn't surprise me to find someone scared of having Pazuzu around and deciding to get rid of it.

It's now taking centre stage on our weird articles display, and if anyone can shed light on who it actually is, go ahead!

See if you can get it to do stuff like laying a curse. Sacrificing an animal would help and might I suggest the neighbour's cat.

You might also seek the help of that popular Kiwi holy man and guru, Ray (banana man) Comfort, if things get out of hand. I'm sure he would be to do an exorcism if someone gets possessed.
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No, and it's not a "book", it's a leather-bound copy of the King James Version of the Holy Bible, thank you very much.

Isn't that standard on the cover?
At this point having a Necronomicon covered with Cthullu's enemies skins won't save you.

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Yikes, those genitals.
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Two genitalia? I hate to sound na´ve, but is that a 'double'?

Don't shame me.
Yikes indeed. Don't be fooled, Cthullu isn't a charitable love.
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Could be Garuda.
Winner! In Thai it sounds like "Khruth" when pronounced and it's definitely Garuda. National symbol of Thailand and signifies Royalty too. This one with the larger spread of the wings (wider) is very likely meant to signify "Royalty" rather than the Government of Thailand. (most of the credit for explanation here goes to the wife) I only caught that it was tied to Thai seals of Government though the rest is hers. Hats off, great work on the ID.

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Super cool, and you shouldn't have cleaned it, it looked better dark. Cleaned off it looks cheap. Sorry.
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Winner! In Thai it sounds like "Khruth" when pronounced and it's definitely Garuda. National symbol of Thailand and signifies Royalty too. This one with the larger spread of the wings (wider) is very likely meant to signify "Royalty" rather than the Government of Thailand. (most of the credit for explanation here goes to the wife) I only caught that it was tied to Thai seals of Government though the rest is hers. Hats off, great work on the ID.

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You people offering an alternative narrative are only making it worse for yourself.
It's already too late. Looking at an image alone of that cursed item is said to drive anyone insane, dry crops, cause floods and infertility.
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Dry crops and flooding? Cool! At the same time even cooler.
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Originally Posted by Skeptic Ginger View Post
Super cool, and you shouldn't have cleaned it, it looked better dark. Cleaned off it looks cheap. Sorry.
It probably was cheap.

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The kids will never know the difference, so it's Pazuzu in the house at least.
Do you not teach your kids about the existence of different religions? I thought this would have been a great example of Hinduism.
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Dry crops and flooding? Cool! At the same time even cooler.
Remember your smarmy post when the apocalypse starts.
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My boy found this on the beach:

http://charman.co.nz/pazuzu2.jpg

Cleaned up, it looks like this:

http://charman.co.nz/pazuzu1.jpg

The closest I can get to who it is, is Pazuzu, the Babylonian demon from The Exorcist. I've found images of similar statues that have been made and sold as Pazuzu, and that would fit the facts of the story.

Found at a beach, but it obviously isn't flotsam, because it's brass.
It was in a position that looked like it had been thrown out of a car on the way past.
It wouldn't surprise me to find someone scared of having Pazuzu around and deciding to get rid of it.

It's now taking centre stage on our weird articles display, and if anyone can shed light on who it actually is, go ahead!
Could be Pazuzu's statue - though, in all fairness, it looks like a statue of Padiddle to me!!
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Who ya gonna call?
Ghostpustules!!
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[quote=Senex;12675277]At this point having a Necronomicon covered with Cthullu's enemies skins won't save you.



His name is actually Cthulhu - and you will probably be unhappy when he comes around to make sure you know it real well for the rest of eternity.


Or so I have heard hinted!!!!!
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Super cool, and you shouldn't have cleaned it, it looked better dark. Cleaned off it looks cheap. Sorry.
It was just too corroded to leave. Looks pretty good now.

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Do you not teach your kids about the existence of different religions? I thought this would have been a great example of Hinduism.
I wouldn't spend a second on comparative religions. One form of irrational behaviour is no different to the others. The individual parts may vary, but they're all complete bollocks, so all the kids need to know is that different people have different invisible deities, of which theirs is always the One True God.

They do like Ganesha, though.
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I wouldn't spend a second on comparative religions. One form of irrational behaviour is no different to the others. The individual parts may vary, but they're all complete bollocks, so all the kids need to know is that different people have different invisible deities, of which theirs is always the One True God.

They do like Ganesha, though.
Fair enough, I suppose. Personally, I find the existence of religion quite interesting, and I don't think it's doing kids a disservice to learn about the ways in which different religions can differ.
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Too many better things to do.

Why waste time on religion, when there's astronomy, microbiology, biology, electricity and electronics, chemistry & physics to play with? Kids will learn more with 5 minutes using a magnet than they would in a lifetime of learning about religion.
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At this point having a Necronomicon covered with Cthullu's enemies skins won't save you.



His name is actually Cthulhu - and you will probably be unhappy when he comes around to make sure you know it real well for the rest of eternity.


Or so I have heard hinted!!!!!
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Ahh thats Toby the Winged Demon. One of the lesser demons in accounts. Can be found by the water cooler Monday mornings, generally trying to hit on Sarah. Sarah is not interested though. She's an Archdemon. Head of accounts. Has a friend who claims to have once met Lucifer.

Not all demons having amazing names and roles you know.
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