The mostly synthesized orchestral score of the season was composed by Christopher Lennertz and Jay Gruska. The pair try to base the music on the visuals of each episode, with about a third of each episode's score being newly written for the supernatural legend. For example, when the werewolf's point of view is depicted in \"Heart\", Gruska tried to make the score predatorial. For \"Roadkill\"'s emotional ending, Lennertz used cello and piano to \"[tug] at the heart strings\" and \"push the tears\". The music was supposed to \"become part of the sinister wallpaper\" in \"In My Time of Dying\". Thus, in the scene involving John Winchester selling his soul to Azazel, Gruska wrote the music as \"dark and dank\", but feels the viewer would only notice the music if it was removed from the scene.
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With regards to dimensions, excluding the phases, there are multiple dimensions beyond the standard perceivable ones which have been confirmed. Some supernatural powers interact with and utilize these dimensions and phenomena tied to them, such as with Curtana's dimensional slicing and the debris produced by it, and some require them to be taken into account, such as in the 11th-dimensional calculations used by Teleporters.
There are very few supernatural powers which can travel through or manipulate the flow of time; aside from the application of a Magic God's power, only the Red Player, the White Player, and Alice Anotherbible are known to possess the ability to do so. There are however a number of abilities which are capable of foreseeing the future. Due to the nature of some of these abilities, producing predictions based on calculations within a set of dimensions, while the predictions made by the ability might not be overturned normally, some abilities which use other dimensions in calculations, such as the 11 dimensional calculation Teleport, are capable of defying the predictions. The power and existence of the Magic Gods can influence the rails of destiny, intentionally or not. Alice's Live Adventures in Wonderland, which allows her to form connections between subjects during her adventures, can alter reality to change how events will play out, and in at least one case, her ceasing the bridging caused events to revert and play out as they would have done without her influence.
Dimensions, also known as worlds, are self-contained universes that mostly operate independently of each other. Most known dimensions have existed on non-physical or metaphysical planes with the exception of the Prison Worlds and although parallel to our conventional plane, operate under supernatural laws of physics. While some dimensions naturally exist, others were created through witchcraft or other supernatural means.
The Earth is often times the embodiment of other supernaturally created dimensions. Specifically with Ancestral magic, the power of deceased, consecrated witches flow into the earth replenishing the Ancestors which in turn fuel the living descendants.
Background: Religion plays an important role in the life of a large proportion of population. Various dimensions of religion and religiosity have not been thoroughly investigated in persons with schizophrenia. Aim: This study aimed to develop a simple instrument to assess various aspects of religiosity, which can influence the assessment and management of schizophrenia and evaluate the same in a group of patients, who are currently in clinical remission. Methodology: A simple semi-structured interview was developed to assess various dimensions of religion relevant to patients with mental illnesses. The questionnaire was administered to 100 patients with schizophrenia. Results: About two-thirds of the patients gave religious and supernatural explanations for their delusions, hallucinations, and other symptoms. More than three-fourth (78%) of patients reported that their religious beliefs influence their intake of the prescribed medications. The majority of the patients believed that God was helping them in dealing with their illness to some extent (29%) or very much (57%). About four-fifth (81%) of the patients attributed their illness to one religious or supernatural etiological cause. About two-fifths (39%) of the patients were first taken to a magico-religious faith healer at the onset of symptoms. In terms of treatment practices along with treatment from the tertiary care center, during the most recent relapse, the majority (82%) of the patients took recourse to at least one of the religious or supernatural modalities. Conclusion: The designed instrument provides a broad coverage of various aspects of religious practices which are prevalent in patients with schizophrenia. The use of this instrument in patients with schizophrenia suggests that religious beliefs and practices influence the type of psychopathology, etiological models about the illness, help seeking, and medication adherence. 076b4e4f54