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Gerald Brittle
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Demonology

Demonology plays a vital role as it's the prime focus of the book. Demonology, as explained by those who study it, is concerned only with supernatural events. They seek unnatural behavior, and seek to find solutions for the people involved in the spiritual event. Demonologists seek to send earthly spirits to their resting place, and to send demonic spirits, with the help of clergymen, back to their own realm. The demonologist arrives expecting to find unnatural events explainable by natural circumstances. Supernatural disturbances, when they arise, are the demonologists specialty, and can only be solved with the help of the clergy and of the demonologist himself. The demonologist, rather than relying on scientific proof of an entity, provokes any entities present with the help of religious icons and tools. Once provoked, the spirit has no choice but to show itself, thereby proving to the demonologist that it exists...

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