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In Jewish mythology, Mazzikim (also spelled Mazikeem) are invisible demons which can create minor annoyances or greater dangers. The Hebrew term mazzikim (מַזִּיקִין, also spelled מַזִּיקִים), found in the Talmud, means "damagers" or "those who harm". It is generally understood to mean harmful invisible demons that a person could encounter in daily life.[1] Demons or evil spirits do not feature prominently in the Jewish religion, especially as pagans conceived of them, as entities in their own right. They were seen rather to be under the command of God who sent His punishment through them.


  1. ^ "Demons & Demonology". Retrieved 14 November 2018.