Amount of texts to »Demon« 26, and there are 25 texts (96.15%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 142 Characters
Average Rating 1.231 points, 4 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 10th 2000, 21:38:20 wrote
Liamara about Demon
Latest text on Sep 6th 2008, 09:40:53 wrote
sharon about Demon
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on Sep 6th 2008, 09:40:53 wrote
sharon about Demon

on Jul 31st 2007, 15:21:06 wrote
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on Jul 14th 2000, 23:08:49 wrote
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babylon 69 wrote on Apr 15th 2000, 15:45:15 about

Demon

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Clinically speaking, demons/daemons/devils are personifications of personal weaknesses/fear. To the perciever/believer they are quite real. Generally the demon is a symbol/metaphor for a personification of fear, they are made up entirely of fear. Their characteristic as demons points to a refusal to take responsibility for the demon, i.e. the devil made me do it.

sea-ridge wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 12:51:14 about

Demon

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Computers these days have daemons, as did Socrates, and surely these are related to demons. I have a hunch, in fact, that they are etymologically no different from demons, and perhaps there are no computer viruses, no hackers, no crackers, but only demons who have wheedled their ways into the favor of programmers and have been set free in the cyberworld to work their mischief. (I blame them, too, for my errors of typing.)

Shelly wrote on Apr 14th 2000, 16:43:45 about

Demon

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Demons come from our mythology, which spring from our imaginations. How many colorful stories and beliefs have sprung from our imaginings?

Demons are the devil personified, or creatures from a nether world bent upon our destruction, or creatures from another plane that are summoned and captured on this plane to be slaves to mages. There are many stories about or involving demons – if you've read any of today's fantasy novels, you've been introduced to many of them.

Liamara wrote on Apr 10th 2000, 21:38:20 about

Demon

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»But why are the demons involved in thisshe inquired. »Demons are never major characters. They care nothing about human events, unless they wish to interfere with them
»Will you make a princessly oath of secrecy?« the Professor asked. »The question has an answer, but it is not given for mere humans to know

Piers Anthony, Demons don't dream

Lilith wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 00:21:12 about

Demon

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I'm not really a bad demon, I just got a bum rap.

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