Top 5 Scary Demons Worse Than Satan

Top 5 Scary Demons Worse Than Satan

January 15, 2020 89 By William Hollis


When we think of Satan, we think of an all-powerful
demon, the top dog, the number one villain throughout religion. However, as powerful
as he is, are there others that could rival him for power and menace. Well, today on Top
5 Scary Videos, I’m going to be counting down our list of the Top 5 Scary Demons Worse
Than Satan. Before we begin though, be sure to stick around until the end of the video
where I’ll be responding to some of your comments. And with that, let’s jump in. 5 Mephisto
Mephisto hails from Earth 616 in the Marvel Universe. He is an extra-dimensional demon
whose origin is unknown. He rules a fiery pocket dimension that he calls “Hell”
or “Hades”. He calls his realm “Hell” in order to exploit Earth human beings’
belief in a single being of absolute evil, who is often referred to as Satan, who rules
such a realm. Mephisto’s domain is inhabited by himself, by lesser demons who serve him,
and by the astral forms of certain deceased human beings, which have been trapped in the
bodies of demons. Mephisto is a Class Two Demon, and possesses vast supernatural power,
which is apparently inherent within him. He is energized by sources of evil in the human
world. Superhuman Strength, Superhuman Speed, Superhuman Stamina, Superhuman Durability,
Regenerative Healing Factor, Immortality, Magical Manipulation, Shapeshifting, Ensnare
Astral Bodies, Dimensional Entrapment, Netherworld Dimensional Power Tap, Reality Manipulation,
Penance Stare Immunity, and Medium Awareness. He is an experienced and highly skilled liar
and strategist. He is also a highly skilled sorcerer with near infinite knowledge of arcane
and occult subjects. Despite his immense power, Mephisto does have several significant limitations.
He is unable to force the subjugation of any sentient beings will to his own without that
being’s deliberate submission. He is also incapable of reading the thoughts of any sentient
being. Despite being one of the most powerful and evil people in all of existence, he was
involved in one of the dumbest marvel storylines, which saw him use his powers to divorce Peter
Parker and Mary-Jane Watson. 4 Ogdru Jahad
Ogdru Jahad, also referred to as the Ogdru eb Jurhad, are the Dragons of Revelation,
and are destined to bring about Ragna Rok, the end of the world. They were once imprisoned
in golden cocoons by the Right Hand of Doom shortly after the creation of Earth, but not
before they spawned 369 children, known as the Ogdru Hem. They are the main antagonists
of the Hellboy series. Inspired by HP Lovecrafts’ The Great Old Ones, the Ogdru Jahad are serpentine
entities which once resided on, and presided over, Earth. They are pitiless, chaotic, bent
on destruction and subjugation and often so horrific in appearance that the mere sight
of one of them sometimes induced madness. Now, some history of the Ogdru Jahad. In the
beginning of time, God created an order of spirits. Of these, many of the greater spirits
were sent to newborn Earth to oversee it as watchers. One of these spirits, Anum, created
the Ogdru Jahad out of fire and mud. Ogdru Jahad then went on to give birth to the Ogdru
Hem who become Earth’s first life forms. Ogdru Jahad is an immortal and vastly powerful,
with his true nature defying description, with even its nature as multiple beings being
ambiguous. In the film Hellboy, the Ogdru Jahad serve as the overarching enemy of the
film, mentioned only a few times by name. They appear as vaguely cephalopod-like, resembling
more their Lovecraftian influence. They are encased in their crystal shells somewhere
in outer space. 3 Mal’Ganis
Mal’Ganis was one of the nathrezim sent by Archimonde as a jailor of the Lich King
in World of Warcraft. He was chosen to head up the plot to turn Prince Arthas Menethil
to darkness, and make him the Lich King’s greatest champion. Later he led the Scarlet
Onslaught under the guise of Barean Westwind. During the breaking of Ner’zhul, at Kil’jaeden’s
command, a group of dreadlords including Mal’Ganis tortured the orc shaman Ner’zhul after he
had escaped from Draenor to the Twisting Nether. However, with his sanity cracking, Mal’Ganis
would eventually agree to serve Kil’jaeden. Now, Mal’Ganis is the final boss in the
Startholme of the past, the fourth wing of the Caverns of Time that opened with the release
of World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King. In the Warcraft III scenario The Culling,
Mal’Ganis would always resurrect after a certain period and return to continue his
corruption of the city. Mal’Ganis is one of the many demons summoned by Gul’dan in
front of the Tomb of Sargeras to attack the force of Azeroth in the climactic, disastrous
battle at the Broken Shore. He has not appeared since and his location is unknown. 2 The God Hand
The God Hand, from the manga Berserk, is a quintumvirate of demon sovereigns who act
as executors of the Idea of Evil’s will, by virtue of their desires being intrinsic
to the entity. As the most powerful of demonkind, they reign over apostles as their masters,
they are also responsible for granting normal beherit bearers their reincarnated status
of being, in exchange for a sacrifice. They have also orchestrated many large events that
have affected the course of humanity, as well as the state of the macrocosm. Now, it is
worth noting that each member of The God Hand was once human and is a previous owner of
the Crimson Beherit, which distinguished them as individuals destined to be reborn as the
demon sovereigns they currently serve as. The God Hand is composed of the most powerful
five of demonkind, so dominant that even the strongest of apostles are unquestionably subservient
to them. They each possess specific reality-altering abilities, including spatial, physical, and
metaphysical manipulation. Having molded their forms out of huge swells of collective human
negativity, the God Hand exists in essence anywhere large concentrations of human thoughts
swirl. Though extremely powerful within the profound layer of the Astral World, their
powers are drastically lessened on occasions when they choose to manifest rudimentary bodies
in the physical world. 1 Pazuzu
Pazuzu also called Fazuzu was the king of the demons of the wind, brother of Humbaba
and son of God Hanbi. He also represented the southwestern wind, the bearer of storms
and drought. He is often depicted as a combination of diverse animal and human parts. He has
the body of a man, the head of a lion or dog, talons of an eagle, two pairs of wings, and
a scorpion’s tail. He also has his right hand up and left hand down. Now, it is Pazuzu’s
mythology that makes him so interesting. He is the demon of the southwest wind as I previously
mentioned, and known for bringing famine during dry seasons, and locusts during rainy seasons.
Pazuzu was invoked in apotropaic amulets which combat the powers of his rival, the malicious
goddess Lamashtu, who was believed to cause harm to mother and child during childbirth.
Although he himself is considered to be an evil spirit, he drives and frightens away
other evil spirits, therefore protecting humans against plagues and misfortunes. This demon
has been referenced numerous times in pop culture with the most famous occurrence being
in The Exorcist. In the 1971 novel, and the film based on the novel, Pazuzu is supposedly
the evil spirit which possesses Regan MacNeil. He reappears in the 1977 sequel Exorcist II:
The Heretic. In this film, Pazuzu is both named as the demon antagonist of Regan and
the unwitting helper of Father Philip Lamont, as he seeks to free Regan from the demon’s
grip. Well, there we have it! Do you guys agree
with our list? Were there any scary demons that we missed? Leave us all your thoughts
and feelings in the comments down below and perhaps we can do a part 2. Before I go though,
I just want to respond to a few comments from one of our last videos, Top 5 Scary Horror
Movies You Can’t Watch Alone. Vy Le said: “Bold of you to assume I have
someone to watch them with.” —– Sonny D said: “I thought you were leaving,
I stopped watching due to you saying you were out of here. Am I tripping?” —– Hubert Velasquez said: “Lucy has to be one
of my favorite hosts. Not a question of beauty, of course she is, she is simply good at her
job and does manage to keep most of us attentive.” —– SadSeal said: “Can you watch Lucy alone?”
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