the demonologist the extraordinary career of ed and lorraine warren ed lorraine warren

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The Demonologist The Extraordinary Career Of Ed And Lorraine Warren

Author : Gerald Brittle
ISBN : 9781935169239
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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If you think ghosts are only responsible for hauntings, think again. The Demonologist reveals the grave religious process behind supernatural events and how it can happen to you. Used as a text in seminaries and classrooms, this is one book you can't put down. For over five decades Ed and Loraine Warren have been considered America's foremost experts on demonology and exorcism. With over 3,000 investigations to their credit, they reveal what actually breaks the peace in haunted houses. Expertly written by Gerald Daniel Brittle, a nonfiction writer with advanced degrees in literature and psychology specializing in mystical theology. Don't miss the Warrens in the new movie "The Conjuring."

Creatures Of The Night

Author : Gregory L. Reece
ISBN : 9780857721228
Genre : Social Science
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Vampires and werewolves; phantoms and phantasms: looming out of the fog leaps the menacing spectre of the lycanthrope, ghoul or blood-crazed zombie. Intrigued by some of the most sinister, yet at the same time most compelling, legends of western civilization, Gregory L Reece dusts down his stake and crucifix, loads his silver bullets and takes off into the wilds in search of answers and fresh adventures. Rummaging around in crumbling tombs and cobwebbed sarcophagi, his latest quest leads him into the haunted realm of the dead and the undead: of those carnivorous, nocturnal hunters that might perhaps better be left undisturbed. Why, he asks, is our culture obsessed by the eerie and the macabre? Why, despite its horrors, does the 'dark side' of the supernatural - its seances and ghost-hunting, demonic possession and the occult - call to us with such dangerous allure? Whether tracking night-stalking werewolves, chanting black magic mantras with Satanists, or interviewing a funereal modern-day Count Dracula, Reece is determined to uncover the truth. A wry exploration of a secret and secretive subculture, "Creatures of the Night" is at the same time a bold and startling journey into a wraithlike world that has so often seemed to lie beyond the limits of rational comprehension - until now.

Holy Horror

Author : Steve A. Wiggins
ISBN : 9781476633718
Genre : Performing Arts
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What, exactly, makes us afraid? Is it monsters, gore, the unknown? Perhaps it’s a biblical sense of malice, lurking unnoticed in the corners of horror films. Holy Writ attempts to ward off aliens, ghosts, witches, psychopaths and demons, yet it often becomes a source of evil itself. Looking first at Psycho (1960) and continuing through 2017, this book analyzes the starring and supporting roles of the Good Book in horror films, monster movies and thrillers to discover why it incites such fear. In a culture with high biblical awareness and low biblical literacy, horrific portrayals can greatly influence an audience’s canonical beliefs.

Shadow Place

Author : C.T. Shooting Star
ISBN : 9781450286015
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Shooting Star shows us how negative entities can create difficulties at home and in the community. Paranormal investigators who have concerns should benefit from the practical advice given on how to build awareness of various paranormal phenomena.

The Temples Of The Tepeyac

Author : Yolande Suzin
ISBN : 1493770179
Genre : Religion
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"Shakespeare knew all about the devil, and Yolande Suzin tells you why. Using her formidable knowledge of the supernatural, she tells what the man from Stratford could never say. Fast, intelligent and challenging, this book earns the rare distinction of being nonfiction that matters." Gerald Brittle, Author, The Demonologist, The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren Shakespeare's tragedies are powerful tales of the occult for sophisticated audiences. Where witchcraft is in play, the rules of interaction with the spirit world are not to be broken. Elizabethans knew infractions sanctioned evil to dispense extraordinary influence over our senses, emotions, imagination and body resulting in dementia; moderns do not. This narrative describes the conflict behind the scenes in the barter for possession of a human soul, and why spirits act as they do. What was eliminated from Shakespeare's works is skillfully illuminated in the writer's narrative to show the balance of condemnation, punishment and deliverance in the invisible world. Told from the view of hunted and hunter, this detailed exposure of a victim to the impact of witchcraft explains why for thousands of years the practice of sorcery evoked a death penalty, and rightly so.

Subject Catalog

Author : Library of Congress
ISBN : WISC:89126008937
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Narratives In Society

Author : Linda Dégh
ISBN : UOM:39015051509241
Genre : Storytelling
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New England S Gothic Literature

Author : Faye Ringel
ISBN : STANFORD:36105012416983
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This comprehensive comparative approach to the folklore, fantasy, and horror literature of New England stretches from the earliest European exploration to Stephen King, John Updike, and Shirley Jackson. Includes interviews with Les Daniels, Grandt, and other horror writers who reside or set their stories in New England.

Folklore Processed

Author : Reimund Kvideland
ISBN : IND:30000028426330
Genre : Social Science
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Folklore is one of the most national of all disciplines, yet also one with a strong international and scholarly dimension. Therefore, it seems appropriate that this book should be edited by a national institution such as the Finnish Literature Society together with a cross-national institution such as the Nordic Institute of Folklore, with editorial contribution from representatives of university departments in the study of traditions in Finland. The title could have been International Studies in Folklore, for the contributions are truly international in their scope and distribution. We have, however, chosen a title which refers to Lauri Honko's recent occupation with the folklore process.

Studia Fennica

Author : Reimund Kvideland
ISBN : 9517176961
Genre : Folklore
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