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posted on Jun, 22 2006 @ 11:46 AM
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has anyone ever heard of the 'unspoken' language af pagnisea? language of the demons aparently. if you have please get back to me because im curious of it




posted on Jul, 23 2006 @ 11:02 AM
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Well I couldn't find any mention of 'Pagnisea' but the following ancient Indian language has at various times been described as the language of demons:


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Paisaci, also known as Paisachi, or Paishachi, is an extinct language of classical India, its existence as a medium of debate and literary expression is recorded in various Theravada Buddhist sources, and mentioned in Prakrit and Sanskrit grammars of antiquity.

There are no extant works in this language today, although archaeology may yet uncover them. One famous work was supposedly the Brihat-katha, or Brahatkatham (Ocean of Stories), a collection of short stories written in the 5th century BC. It is known of through its adaptation in Sanskrit as the Katha-Saritsagara in the 11th century by Somadeva. One of the famous series of stories in this work is the Vikram and Betal series.

The Sanskrit etymology of the name of the language (suggesting that it means "Spoken by Demons") is deemed by modern scholars to be either jocular or simply false. As with most languages, the name seems to be devolved from a toponym associated with the origin or homeland of the language.

It is not precisely known to what extent this was a vernacular or an artificial, literary language, comparable to Pāli.


Just out of interest, where did you hear of Pagnisea?



posted on Jul, 23 2006 @ 06:32 PM
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I had always heard that demons and evil spirits simply used backwards-talk. But I don't see why (especially the most advanced of them) couldn't use their own language.

During exorcisms, aside from speaking latin and other earthly languages, apparently quite often some 'unspeakable' languages do come out. Although it may just be gibberish so who knows.

[edit on 23-7-2006 by Yarcofin]



posted on Oct, 19 2006 @ 10:46 AM
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Originally posted by alienanderson

Just out of interest, where did you hear of Pagnisea?




he heard it from me, i know scar. liar. and i hate him, but he didnt lie about this, i can speak a WEEEEEENY basic bit i mean smaaaaaaaaaaallllllll all i can say is 'sun' wich is 'au' but anyone who studies demonic languages will know that. But im learning so i should know a bit more soon



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