The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren - A Servant of Lucifer and The Entity Returns Summary & Analysis

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A Servant of Lucifer and The Entity Returns Summary and Analysis

In "A Servant of Lucifer," the Warrens explain that a diabolical attack is one that is done by not just demonic spirits, but the hierarchy of satanism, including devils. These creatures show themselves as human images of devils to avoid revealing their true form, and to cause doubt about the sanity of witnesses. Also, the Warrens point out that those who experience diabolical attacks either spend much time in therapy, or turn their lives around for the good of God. Some, they note, simply pretend the incident never occurred, leading to stories some believe are hoaxes, such as the Amityville case.

Once oppression is successful, the demon or devil is able to possess the individuals. Ed notes one can tell a possessed person because their eyes are...

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