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  1. says:

    Yes, I believe in the paranormal stuff and I am not ashamed of that NO ONE BELIEVES UNTIL And I don t blame anybody who didn t I won t start a witch hunt pun intended I think that if you never have met anything paranormal, it s totally understandable if you don t believe in any of this.So, it s normal that you won t believe in the paranormal untilsomething unexplainable would happen to you.If you believe in God, then you have to accept the existence of demons There is no light wi Yes, I believe in the paranormal stuff and I am not ashamed of that NO ONE BELIEVES UNTIL And I don t blame anybody who didn t I won t start a witch hunt pun intended I think that if you never have met anything paranormal, it s totally understandable if you don t believe in any of this.So, it s normal that you won t believe in the paranormal untilsomething unexplainable would happen to you.If you believe in God, then you have to accept the existence of demons There is no light without darkness Even the Bible mentions about demons and exorcisms PERSONAL EXPERIENCES My family have a couple of ghost stories just to name some highlights First, my paternal grandfather died when I was a kid and some time later many stuff starting to get lost in my home and reappearing again later He didn t live with us, and while he was my paternal granddad, it was my mom instead the one ...


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    Why can t I give a rating of ZERO stars This is one of the worst books I ve read It was recommended to me as being one of the scariest books ever written, but it turned out to be laughable For those of us who grew up during the occult scares of the 70 s and 80 s, this book demonstrates the nonsense people believed in and had children afraid of during that period The basic message is Don t Play With Ouija Boards you ll get infested, oppressed, and ultimately possessed by demons who look lik Why can t I give a rating of ZERO stars This is one of the worst books I ve read It was recommended to me as being one of the scariest books ever written, but it turned out to be laughable For those of us who grew up during the occult scares of the 70 s and 80 s, this book demonstrates the nonsense people believed in and had children afraid of during that period The basic message is Don t Play With Ouija Boards you ll get infested, oppressed, and ultimately possessed by dem...


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    Firstly I received this book free from Goodreads giveaways and here is my honest review.I have intentionally given this book a mid range rating not because I like it, nor do I hate it but I need to sit on the fence With this book I do not wish to review on feeling as I do not wish to prejudice so I am going to try and review equally from two opposing sides.IF YOU ARE A BELIEVER in demons and exorci...


  4. says:

    Another book about fake demon hunting charlatans Ugh Tried to read this DNF.


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    I truly tried I really, really did I love anything that belongs to the realm of ghosts and ghost stories They re my favorite horror stories and movies of all time so when I say the advertisements for The Conjuring, I had to read this book.Incidentally, I did read the book first but I don t feel that whole read the book after the movie or else you ll be ruined really applied to me The movie wasn t scary at all and that s truly saying something I mean, cheesy TV series like A Haunting and I truly tried I really, really did I love anything that belongs to the realm of ghosts and ghost stories They re my favorite horror stories and movies of all time so when I say the advertisements for The Conjuring, I had to read t...


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    I got hold of this book after watching the movie The Conjuring on Dvd and wanted to learnabout Ed and Lorraine Warren I am a huge horror movie fan and am well versed in movies like The Exorcist and other demonic, paranormal films out there I approached this book not just to learn about the Warren s but also because I wanted to be scared, which is why I love horror in general It is fun to be scared So I didn t take the book too seriously but instead suspended my disbelief just enough so I got hold of this book after watching the movie The Conjuring on Dvd and wanted to learnabout Ed and Lorraine Warren I am a huge horror movie fan and am well versed in movies like The Exorcist and other demonic, paranormal films out there I approached this book not just to learn about the Warren s but also because I wanted to be scared, which is why I love horror in general It is fun to be scared So I didn t take the book too seriously but instead suspended my disbelief just enough so that I could be taken in by the stories that Ed and Lorraine descr...


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    I read this book mostly because I think the Warrens are good for a laugh every once in awhile and that some of the stories in it could be creepy if completely unrealistic and in my opinion, entirely made up.Instead of being creepy, this book is mostly full of a kind of bizarre and excessive praise of the Warrens and how special and amazing they are and no one else can do what they do It was pretty disgusting and arrogant even though I know it wasn t written by one of them, the author was so I read this book mostly because I think the Warrens are good for a laugh every once in awhile and that some of the stories in it could be creepy if completely unrealistic and in my opinion, entirely made up.Instead of being creepy, this book is mostly full of a kind of bizarre and excessive praise of the Warrens and how special and amazing they are and no one else can do what they do It was pretty disgusting and arrogant even though I know it wasn t written by one of them, the author was so clearly enad of them it may as well have been And then there were the times whenthan anything it was just kind of sad, such as the story about the homeless man ...


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    A reader s enjoyment of this book is going to depend entirely on how they feel about possession, exorcisms, and he supernatural in general It s not going to convince anyone one way or another, so the skeptics are likely to find it ridiculous, and the believers will likely find this interesting and at least slightly terrifying.Personally, I found myself somewhere in the middle, since I m a big fan of The Conju...


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    Maybe it s just me, but there s nothing like a Based on a true story message at the start of a movie that drives a horror fan to Wikipedia afterwards I m guessing that I can t be the only one who came to this book after watching James Wan s The Conjuring, and the truth is that I picked up the book to be entertainedspecifically, to be scared Ed Warren may argue that this makes me ainviting candidate for demon visitation, or ainnocent spirit manifestation, but at least I Maybe it s just me, but there s nothing like a Based on a true story message at the start of a movie that drives a horror fan to Wikipedia afterwards I m guessing that I can t be the only one who came to this book after watching James Wan s The Conjuring, and the truth is that I picked up the book to be entertainedspecifically, to be scared Ed Warren may argue that this makes me ainviting candidate for demon visitation, or ainnocent spirit manifestation, but at least I have better wea...


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    UPDATE 12 14 17 What a great opportunity to revisit this sorry excuse for a book Basically, Gerald Brittle sued Warner Bros because he claimed to have rights to the story of The Conjuring and its sequels Warner Bros said no you don t, because they are true events that really happened Brittle retorts, nuh uh, these stories can t possibly be true because they involve ghosts and demons and stuff Give me 900 million dollars or else prove that ghosts and demons...


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The Demonologist download The Demonologist , read online The Demonologist , kindle ebook The Demonologist , The Demonologist 625ed14e62a1 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 Illustrated With Photos Of Phenomena In Progress From The Warrens Private Collection For Over Five Decades Ed And Lorraine Warren Have Been Known As The World S Most Renowned Paranormal Investigators Lorraine Is A Gifted Clairvoyant, While Ed Is The Only Non Ordained Demonologist Recognized By The Catholic Church Together They Have Investigated Thousands Of Hauntings In Their Career.