Abrahel is a demon, whose characteristics are associate with nocturnal spirits denominated succubus. The name began to acquire certain popularity when the demonologist Nicholas described it to Remy in its Demonolatria (1581). It always takes the form from a high woman and delicate forms, but it cannot completely hide his demonic nature, since if she approaches closer enough of him, will notice that an awful and nauseous stench shoot of his skin.
In the legend of the shepherd, Abrahel conquered to a shepherd called Pierrot in 1581 in a village to borders of the Mosela. Abrahel was delivered to the shepherd in exchange for the life of the son of this one, that killed him with a poisoned apple. When occurring Pierrot account of its complicity in the subject was hopeless. Abrahel appeared promising the resurrection to him again of the dead if he were adored like God. Thus Pierrot did and adored to Abrahel and so his son returned but with one semblance dismal. To the year the demon left the body of the boy who thundered against key shooting a great stench. He was buried of hidden form.
BYW, thanks to for help me to fix my transcription.
So if this is the "fallen angel" type demon, we all know angels are androgynous and/or can alter their gender at will.
Why add the (corset?) at all? It's certainly not a piece for modesty and it seems a little gimmicky to add it to me -the boots too.
Anyway, the piece is good and you do great work. I love reading your descriptions.
I just remembered, I only wrote that because it looks like that's what he's thinkin because it reminded me of tha famous line from the Exorcist!
THE SPIRIT OF CHRIST COMPELLS YOU!!!!
Don't let this siren cast her spell
Don't let her fire sear my flesh and bone"
If I were him... I'd quickly give up praying and turn into a victim to such beautiful crime...