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Word of the day: psychopomp

Many sets of religious beliefs have a particular spirit, deity, demon or angel whose responsibility is to escort newly-deceased souls to the afterlife, such as Heaven or Hell. These creatures are called psychopomps, from the Greek word psuchopompos, literally meaning the “guide of souls”.

Psychopomp

posted this 16 years ago.
What else did he post in April 2006?

(Monday April 3rd 2006 at 8:09am)

Comments: 2

If anyone is a long time reader of Stephen King, they will know that he uses this word in a couple of his books, most lately “Cell”. That was the first time I had ever seen the word used (and only time, really).

here’s a bit of trivia for ya…. I once went to see a psychic & she told me I was one of those WalMart Greeters for the Dead. Apparently I do this while I’m sleeping. That explains why I wake up tired all the time — I’m spending the whole night on another astral plane, escorting people through the appropriate gates.

how’s that for a part-time job?!

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