ADVICE | All God-fearing Christians should read this book, even though it is generally found only in the Catholic bible—especially, if you're concerned about demons.For those unfamiliar with this Catholic canonical, here is a summary of the extent to which Asmodeus went to keep outsiders away from her:
A woman, Sarah, had been married seven times, but the evil demon, Asmodeus, killed each husband before the marriage could be consummated [Tobit 3:8]. Tobias, her eighth fiancé, told the angel Raphael, who was posing as a man named Azarias, that "[he had] already heard about Sarah's seven former husbands, and how each one dropped dead on his wedding night, even before he could get to bed. According to the story I heard, a demon killed them. He doesn't harm Sarah, but he kills every man who tries to get near her. I am afraid of this demon." [Tobit 6:13-14]Since those days, demons—or at least the demons of San Jose—have learned to temper their response to outsiders encroaching on turf they've staked as their own. Nowadays, they simply spike the brains of any intruders, which generally gives said intruder a headache, and otherwise strikes them dumb for a time.
NOTE | This has happened to me so many times, I truly wonder if my mental capacity hasn't dropped significantly since having been under attack by the despised and deplorable Voices Demons (or, "birdies," as they are called in San Jose).There are many parallels between the demons described in the Bible, and the demons that infest San Jose; but, there are no contradictions. Moreover, the tactics employed by these demons—particularly, the Voices Demons, mirror exactly those used by the devil himself to bring about the downfall of man.