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Pandemonium Day

Pandemonium Day is held on July 14. This event in the second decade of the month July is annual. Help us Help us 
14 July - Pandemonium Day
The word 'pandemonium' first appeared in the 17th century, in author John Milton's epic poem “Paradise Lost,” which retells the biblical story of Adam and Eve and their temptation by Satan. It's a hybrid of the Greek word 'pan,' which means 'all,' and the Latin word 'daemonium,' which means 'demon. It thus roughly translates as "All Demons", but can also be interpreted as Παν-δαιμον-ειον, Pandemoneios or "all-demon-place".

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