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A Paranormal Psychology (PNP) View by Tres Mali Scott on TMSC Consulting Services, LLC Psychic Division

Demonology falls under Paranormal Psychology (PNP) because not everyone has the ability to see, hear, touch, smell or know when Demons are around or able to study them.

Demonology is the study of supernatural beings described as spirits. The word comes from Greek: deamon/daimon-supernatural being and logos-study. Demons are associated with the Devil.

The words of Albertus Magnus on the Subject of Theology and say of Demonology, A daemonibus docetur, de daemonibus docet, et ad daemones ducit, “It is taought by the demons, it teaches about the demons, and it leads to the demons”.

The words Tres M. Scott on the Subject of Demonology and say:

  • Latin-Pervidieo per Fidelis, agnosco per erudio, quod unique es plumbum adsentis per Flamen.
  • Portuguese- Diferenciar pelo Dedicado, Comprendido pelo educado, e individuos sao guiar afastoda pelo Divino.
  • Italian-Discenuto da il Fedele, capito da il edvcato e individuale sei guidare longtano da il Sacro Spirito.
  • Meaning: “Discerned by the Faithful, understood by the educated, and individuals are lead away by the Holy Spirit”.

The religion Zoroastrianism is believed by secular scholars to have introduced angelology and demonology.

Demonology is the systematic study of demons or belief about demons. Demonology is an orthodox branch of theology. Demons are described as superhuman beings who are not gods. Some have never inhabited a body.

Demoniacs comes from the Greek daimonikos, daimonizomenos, meaning “possessed by a demon”. The understanding is a demonized person, meaning possessed or controlled by a demon.

Exorcism is according to the Catholic Encyclopedia: Exorcism (http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/05709a.htm):

  1. the act of driving out, or warding off, demons, or evil spirits, from person, places, or things, which are believed to be possessed or infested by them, or are liable to become victums or instruments of their malice.
  2. the means employed for this purpose, especially the solemn and authoritative adjuration of the demon, in the name of god, or any of the higher power in which he is subject.

Exorcist is a any one who removes, exorcises, or professes to exorcise demons.

Demonical Possession is the various ways individuals are influenced by evil spirits (See Hebrews 2:15 and Ephesians 6:12).