Pazuzu Statue from The Exorcist Movie | 6" Resin Replica Collectible Figure
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The Exorcist III takes place 15 years after the original film. The film was adapted by Blatty from his novel Legion. Lieutenant Kinderman, who was also in the original film, has been on a murder case about mysterious deaths committed by an anonymous person. It is later found out that Pazuzu convinced the Gemini Killer, who died at the same time as Father Karras, to inhabit his body as punishment for saving Regan. However, as result of his suicide, his brain was severely damaged, which demons/spirits need when they possess a body. The Gemini Killer spent years stimulating his brain so he would be of use, and then began committing murders by possessing the bodies of the other inhabitants of the hospital where Karras had been staying. In the end of the movie after a turbulent exorcism is done, Karras regains control of the body and asks Kinderman to kill him, which he does by shooting him in the head, keeping him from being possessed again. The scene in the plaque shows Pazuzu protecting the patient during the exorcism ritual/medical procedure. Gorillaz - Désolé ft. Fatoumata Diawara (Episode Two)". YouTube. 2022-03-25 . Retrieved 2022-03-26.
Pazuzu is imagined as an especially frightening figure capable of scaring off any lesser demon or ghost.
Workmen clearing a trench behind the Taq-i Kisra, Ctesiphon, Iraq. Joint Expedition of the Staatliche Museen, Berlin, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1931–32
In the novel, the possessed Regan has diarrhea and frequently relieves herself. Because of this she has to wear diapers. It is also frequently mentioned in the book that her bedroom has an almost unbearable stench. Besides Mercedes McCambridge's lawsuit for credit on the film, Eileen Deitz also charged that she played the role of the demon during the exorcism scene. Director William Friedkin denies this, and has cited that Deitz's actual screen time is less that one minute, as she served as little more than a body double for Linda Blair. Nevertheless, Deitz, as of 2014, continues to promote herself as "Captain Howdy," the demon from this film, in interviews and at horror conventions around the world.
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Christians and all people need to know that Ouija boards are not a gateway to communicating with dead loved ones. Ouija boards are direct communication with Satan and his demons only. When a person passes away, they can no longer communicate with the living (Luke 16:19-31)." Just let me say that I have a connection here in New Orleans, that has ori ginal Pazuzu pieces in his collection – 22 of them to be accurate. He is a medical professional, a protector of human life, and finds great comfort and protection by having Pazuzu in his home, in the hospital where he works, and on his personal adornments. Bible tours are a familiar sight at the British Museum. There are many artefacts in its collections that are associated with various books of the Bible - the current exhibition Babylon makes these links explicit. But why should Christians have it all their own way?