Used to refer to a spirit or ghost. It has a distinct existence but may not have a material form or body.
The practice of removing demons or evil spirits from the body of a person who has been possessed. It is often done by an exorcist, frequently clergy, involving prayer and religious acts. The person possessed is not considered evil, and the exorcism is looked at as a cure. During an exorcism the person being cured can become extremely violent.
A room or area with extremely high EMF readings from excessive electrical wiring or equipment. Many people have strong adverse reactions when exposed to high EMF levels. Physical effects can include nausea, headaches, skin rashes, feelings of paranoia, dizziness, tingling sensations, delusions and hallucinations.