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Demonology | FolkloreDybbuk or Dibbuk \u2013 the sticky ghost of the Ashkenazi<\/b>In Ashkenazic Jewish folklore a Dybbuk (Yiddish: \u05d3\u05b8\u05bc\u05d1\u05b7\u05e7, d\u0101\u1e07aq) is an evil spirit which enters into a living person, cleaves to his soul, causes mental illness, talks through his mouth, and represents a separate and alien personality. Dybbukim (plural) were generally considered to be souls which, on account of the enormity of their sins, were\u2026<\/div>\n\n