I have created a creature for my story. They are the result of an experiment. Breeding seemingly harmless demons with humans in order for them to gain the ability to see the magical world (spirits, creatures that usually stay invisible like fairies, people possessed by demons, etc). They have the appearance, physical strength and life-span of humans. Unknown to the people breeding them, their powers evolved. They began being able to read people's feelings, control people with their mind, gain the ability of telekinesis, astral projection, enter dreams, extract memories from people and send their spirits back in time to view past events. The powers evolved in that order, though not everyone gained all the latter abilities. I'm wondering, does anything out there resemble these in any way? If there is already an established creature like this, I could use it to draw some more inspiration from (and maybe get a better idea for a name). Naming it has also become a problem. I finally decided to use a Latin word, as I've been using a lot of Latin in the story anyway. Up until now I've been using the word Seer, (which is still going to be the layman's term) but the creature is not really a seer as they can't predict the future. Anyway, the names I have so far are these: Oculos – eyes Proditor – traitor Striga – witch Saga – wisewoman/fortune teller Visus – seeing Vates – seer Sentire – sensing They are right according to both my Latin book and google, but Latin is such a complicated language. If you know Latin and it's wrong, please point it out. Does any of these sound good?