|Egyptians believed in existence of spirits of deceased humans, deities and supernatural beings whose identities were never precisely defined. Egyptians gave a specific name and attributes to those beings rather than defining them as “ demons” In fact, no ancient Egyptian term exist that could be translated into demon, distinguishing demons from deities. Lucarelli interprets the demons of the Realm of the Dead as beings made of flesh and blood , as already proposed by Matthieu Heerma van Voss rather than as daimonen in the Greek mythology.|
THE DAIMONES KHRYSEOI (Daemones Chrysei) were thirty thousand air-dwelling spirits who watched over the deeds of man and rewarded the just with with agricultural bounty. They were originally the Golden race of man who had lived a lfie of virtue in the time of Kronos (Cronus). After death the whole tribe was transformed into beneficient daimones. The Daimones Khryseoi (Golden Spirits) were superior to the Daimones Argeoi (or Silver Spirits)--the former resided in the air, while the latter dwelt within the earth.