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    It is a frightening story of creation and destruction. Death and loneliness are prominent themes throughout the novel. Several elements of a gothic novel are present in the story. A few that are considered dark settings, the ominous tone and supernatural events (Harris). Shelley’s main character, Victor Frankenstein…

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    Castiel was in love, with an amazing man. “Fuck, Cas!” Dean was furivent, tugging at Castiel’s clothes, breathing heavily into his open mouth. He was amazing like this, fevered, his excitement a palpable force. It had been a normal sunday evening, Castiel and Dean had been lounging on the couch, Castiel’s laptop playing an episode of Dr. Sexy-in which the cowboy boots were the only thing Dr. Sexy wore- when Castiel noticed his attention waning, because the soft skin behind his…

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    Running through the woods, trying to find the creature that just ran off after kidnapping a young girl’s older brother, Dean and Sam hurried along hoping it wasn’t too late. “What if we don’t find it?” a nervous Sam asked his older brother while following closely behind. “We will, Sammy. Trust me,” so sure as to what he said that he was almost believing it, Dean replied to show some form of courage to his younger brother. While spending some much needed time with family, continuing to follow the…

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    Demonstrating the glory of God on earth is the first priority of every that believes in God's supernatural power. God's glory, which includes showing a pattern of uncommon love toward our neighbors, healing the sick, mending the hearts of those in despair, casting out evil spirits and raising the dead, must become normal occurrences in the earth. All believers must become saints of the supernatural, displaying miracles on a daily…

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    In every decade and in every part of the world there has been a fascination about the Supernatural. In most cases regarding vampires, werewolves, and ghosts there was fear and horror connected to them whereas in today’s world that has changed. We are more than ever fascinated with the supernatural. There are so many different things that attract us to such movies, television shows, and books. Toro and Hogan describe in “Vampire’s never die” that in today’s world where one consumes so much,…

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    environment that seem to transcend the known physical laws of nature. Parapsychology [the study of the paranormal phenomena] is a component of the broader study of consciousness and the mind" (Rhine 1). This explanation describes it as the study of supernatural and paranormal beings we are unable to see, hear, or use any other sense to locate these spirits. Another element experts in this field can investigate is psi, a neutral word for all psychic involvements…

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    once thought to be unexplainable in precept evaporated. There are numerous of examples have been alleged supernatural “explanations” had been replaced by means of proof-established scientific explanations. There aren't any old examples where evidence-based scientific explanations have been replaced by way of supernatural “explanations”. In the historic competitors between science and supernatural beliefs, science has received every time. Therefore, once we are confronted with an unexplained…

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    No, definitely footsteps, carrying their owner closer to his huddled mess on the kitchen floor with each stride. His heart picks up in tempo; they’ll see him, see the disaster that is Sam Winchester, the ex-blood junkie who isn’t even (will never even be) an ex-anything.**** Thump. Thump. Thump. Is it Dean? No, his snores still echo through the house; he’s still asleep. The footsteps have stopped and Sam can practically feel the presence looming over him. Oh God, no. Please no, not now. “Sam.”…

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    historical inquiry. The supernatural nature of reality and the nature of God entail that the Incarnation most likely occurred. Especially when coupled with the nature of miracles and the high probability of their occurrence. The rationality of miracles…

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    For instance, in this manuscript, the gods creates a wild being with the aim of ending the dictatorial regime of king Gilgamesh. Other characters that face the wrath of these supernatural beings include Enkidu, Humbaba, and the Bull of Heaven. Following the reprimand from these divine forces, the king returns to his people ready to rule in a more responsible and wiser manner. This highlights the power of the gods as illustrated…

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