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Dorothy decided that if the intelligentsia of Oxford believed in demons, this belief added credibility to their universal existence, even if the belief was something founded five hundred years ago.  Those faces, the deadly sins, were still set in stone.  Dorothy said it was her favorite lesson learned at Oxford.  It helped to justify her own beliefs learned early on in the battles between good and evil.  Just like Lewis Carol, and “the Jabberwock,” and Tolken’s battles between Middle Earth, Dorothy believed similar battles took place on a daily basis.  Most of us were to blind today to see them.