Yes, I believe in the paranormal stuff and I am not ashamed of that. If you believe in God, then you have to accept the existence of demons. There is no light Yes, I believe in the paranormal stuff and I am not ashamed of that. There is no light without darkness.
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Yes, I believe in the paranormal stuff and I am not ashamed of that. If you believe in God, then you have to accept the existence of demons. There is no light Yes, I believe in the paranormal stuff and I am not ashamed of that. There is no light without darkness. Even the Bible mentions about demons and exorcisms. Second, my mom was really close to my maternal great-grandmother and when my great-grandma was dying, the process took several time.
One night, my dad got sudddenly awake and for a split-second he swore that he saw my great-grandma at the door of their room watching my mom.
She phoned right away and they told her that indeed my great-grandma had died like half an hour ago and they were still making calls to tell all the family the sad news. Yep, true stories. I gained nothing making up these. Lorraine Warren is still alive when I read this book and she has clairvoyance skills. Ed Warren was a demonologist, one of the only seven demonologists recognized at least on the s and the only non-priest person allowed by the Catholic Church to make exorcisms.
Both dealt with hundreds of paranormal cases on the United States and England since the s until early s. Honestly expected a most complete biography of their cases, especially the most famous ones. I know that their career was quite long, but definitely the book should cover the most known cases. However, the cases that the book covers, indeed are captivating, so I have no real complains and I enjoyed a lot the reading and yes, it got real spooky at several moments!
Besides the info and details about some of their cases, the book also it gives extended explanations about the differences between kinds of spirits, human and inhuman ones, and also the typical signals of the process of a haunting in any house.
Many of those cases with people involved in hauntings, they were guilty for being playing with books with dark rituals and most commonly with ouija boards. So, in the most cases, someone in the family must do something to provoke the haunting.
Quite interesting enough, besides civilian families in most cases , in the book is detailed a paranormal case on the West Point Academy and the military command there, asked for the Warrens to help them. On the book too, they detailed various cases of hauntings and demonic possessions presenting the transcripts of recordings while talking with the possessed people.
And one of the highlights is that the book indeed cover the famous case of the "Annabelle" doll. So, while I expected that the book would cover all the major cases of the Warrens, still the book is well written, quite entertained and highly recommended to any interested on the real deal of the paranormal phenomena.
The Demonologist Quotes
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