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A five factor structure was proposed: "mental and psychic phenomena," "religious belief," "psychokinesis," "supernatural entities," and "common paranormal perceptions." We then analyzed the proposed scale in study two using a Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) with 318 new participants.
Apologists for religion make much of the fact that beliefs in supernatural entities, in souls and unseen personal powers occur in every social group, in all societies and all times.
Amber and her "good witch" mother live in a Chicago populated by various supernatural entities such as werewolves, vampires, sirens, etc.
Despite his attacking vitalism as a kind of pantheism and denial of divine power, the influence exerted by alchemy, indeed, led him to believe in the possibility of contact with supernatural agents such as the presence of supernatural entities in the work of witches and magicians.
Things that are fundamentally (as opposed to temporarily) outside the realm of science can be called supernatural entities. Most humans believe that the world they inhabit is in some way open to interaction with supernatural entities.
In the weeks before, Salvador had shown signs of "odd behaviour" and had developed an interest in "shapeshifters" - supernatural entities that can physically transform into another being or form.
In the weeks before, he had shown signs of "odd behaviour" and had developed an interest in "shapeshifters" - supernatural entities that can physically transform into another being or form.
Dark, imaginative, and thought-provoking, "Bitter Waters" takes the reader to a world where supernatural entities coexist with humans to find power and dominance.
THE STORY: The 32 stories in this collection feature a variety of ghosts, ghouls, vampires, demons, and other supernatural entities, but, above all, humans--ordinary people--who are coping with the disorienting aftermath of trauma and loss.