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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: "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; 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. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: "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.

L'autore: The writer lived in New York City all her life. At the age of 52 her life was made suddenly traumatic and painful when she was struck with a curse brought on by witchcraft. Seven solemn exorcism finally brought relief. Her experience with evil spirit encroachment, especially the progress it makes on the senses and psyche she has set down as a reference for especially for the exorcist in training. She has dedicated the remainder of her life to stressing the need of the availability of more Church exorcists.

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Descrizione libro Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 216 x 140 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. 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. Codice libro della libreria APC9781493770175

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