There is always a debate about supernatural beings. They are the entities which do not follow the laws of nature . They are also considered as non-physical beings. Some people believe that they exist due to their superstitions and paranormal activities happening around them but some consider them as fictional characters in movies. This concept was first discovered during the Mendelivian period in which people used to believe that if somebody is getting sick or anything bad happening to them is because of these creatures. According to our religious beliefs there are some supernatural creatures which do exist, for example angels. According to islam angels are present everywhere with us but they dont harm us. They only do good things. They are the messengers of Allah almighty. On the other hand there is also a concept of demons in Islam as well "shaitaan" is considered as a demon becuse it harm and manupylate people from doing good deeds. Every religion has their own beliefs about this. Some people also consider God a supernatural being and they consider religion as the belief for existence of supernatural beings.
Modern-day vampires have a well-defined set of characteristics. They have long teeth (fangs), drink human blood, and are unable to look in mirrors. Garlic can be used to repel them, or a stake through the heart can be used to kill them. Aristocrats who reside in castles, like Dracula, are among them.
Real vampires" is the collective phrase for these individuals. They aren't real in the sense that they turn into bats and live forever, but many of them do have fangs and dwell largely at night. These are just a few of the cultural markers that actual vampires use to communicate a shared (and, according to them, biological) essence: they need human or animal blood from donors to be healthy. There are alot of shows being made on vampires and supernatural creatures that people are now fond of. They want to become one. Halloween is the best time of year where youngsters unleash their love for vampires by wearing vampire costumes and putting fake blood on their faces.
A person who transforms into a wolf for a period of time, usually at a full moon. There is a complete history about werewolves that there was a boy named Peter who was found naked roaming around in 1725 in the jungles of germany. But later on it was revealed that he has medical diseases called pitt-hopkins syndrome due to which he was not able to speak,had epilepsy attacks and different facial features.
There are some concepts that cursing can change a person into werewolf. Some think it's⁶ the result of magic. Others tell that after being scratched or bitten by a werewolf, humans turned into wolves. What's true, what's not that no one knows.
A demon is a supernatural figure linked with evil who has appeared in religion, occultism, literature, fiction, mythology, and folklore throughout history, as well as in media such as comic books, video games, movies, anime, and television shows. Denoms are considered of bad spirit or evil. There are religious concepts that demons are drop outs from heaven. They do evil things and manipulate humans to do evil things. There is also the fact that they are made of fire. Some people worship demons as well. Those people are called illuminati. There people and groups are under control of demons.
A fairy is a mythical creature found in European mythology, a form of kind of spirit that is typically described as metaphysical, supernatural, or preternatural.When fairies were widely believed, most people avoided mentioning them by name and instead referred to them as the Little People or the Hidden People. Fairy belief has been explained in a variety of ways. Some think they're like ghosts, dead spirits, or fallen angels who aren't quite wicked enough for Hell but not quite good enough for Heaven. Fairies come in a variety of sizes and shapes, some of which are tiny and others which are hideous, some of which can fly, and all of which may appear and go at will. Fairies are the main topic in Children stories and poems.
Angels are frequently depicted as benevolent celestial intermediaries between God and humanity in Abrahamic religions. Other duties include human protectors and guides, as well as God's servants. According to some religions angels serve God. The fundamental descriptions of angels are found in the book of Hebrews: "Are they not all ministering spirits sent out to serve for the sake of those who will inherit salvation?" (Hebrews 1:14) Angels are spirits, servants, and have a mission, according to this passage. "Angel '' is the term of their office, not their essence, as Augustine (AD 354–430) puts it. If you're looking for the name of their nature, it's spirit;' if you're looking for the name of their office, it's 'angel':'spirit,' 'angel.'" 1 Angels are servants and messengers for Augustine. That is their responsibility.