Skip to comments.Lessons in Psychological Warfare
Posted on 12/05/2011 3:00:36 PM PST by thesaleboat
In the days that followed, a dense fog covered the Hill of Light, making it possible for the Swedes to move their great assault machinery closer, unperceived, while the great cloud was not cleared away by the supplications and prayers of the besieged. In view of this, the Prior selected one of the religious to cry out for the help of Gods power against the spells of the enemy, to clear the darkened air with exorcisms, and bless the weapons of the garrison. This turned out to be so efficient that it neutralized the efforts of the sorcerers, dispelling the darkness from the air, and once again their shots found their marks and the enemy fell, in spite of being protected by the abject help of the demon (pg. 143).
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Very powerful events!