A malevolent Pictish god, Gullah, a son of Jhebbal Sag, ‘The Hairy One Who Lives in the Moon.’ He is a gorilla god and the Picts consider the bull apes of their wilderness to be his totem animals. His altars are black with an eternal flame set upon it. To summon Gullah and begin the process of destroying an enemy, the shaman paints a skull black and casts it into Gullah’s fire. Upon entering a trance, the shaman can then speak to the ghosts and spirits. Gullah, as a moon deity, also serves as a guardian of the spirit world. He mirrors the vices of humanity, for all of the animal kingdom his anthropoid appearance most mimics that of man’s. He is also credited by the Picts as the inventor of time and, as a moon god, has a fertility aspect.
He is also known as Jullah to folk called the Gallahs, the ordinary people of Kush.