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: Emily, can you hear me? Emily Rose
: [in Latin
] I am the one who dwells within. Father Moore
: And I am the one who comes in His name. Emily Rose
: You think you can force me out, priest? Try. I dare you.
[Emily twitches and falls to the ground
: Once you've looked into the darkness, I think you carry it with you for the rest of your life.
: There are forces surrounding this trial... dark, powerful forces.
: [before the exorcism
] Do not ask it any questions or pay any attention to what it says. Jason
: It? Father Moore
: We won't be dealing with Emily tonight.
: [reading Emily's letter
] People say that God is dead, but how can they think that if I show them the Devil?
: It scared the hell out of me.
: Good morning. I'm Erin Bruner. May I sit down? Father Moore
: I brought the chair for my public defender. I guess they left it here when they decided that I wasn't going to kill myself with it.
: Are you a Catholic? Erin Bruner
: No. I'm an agnostic, I guess. I'm not really sure. Father Moore
: If you're not sure, then you are one.
: Tell me your six names! Emily Rose
] We are the ones who dwell within. Emily Rose
: [in Hebrew
] I am the one who dwelt within CAIN! Emily Rose
: [in Latin
] I am the one who dwelt within NERO! Emily Rose
: [in Greek
] I once dwelt within JUDAS! Emily Rose
: [in German
] I was with Legion! Emily Rose
: [in Assyrian Neo-Aramaic
] I am Belial! Emily Rose
: [in English
] And I am Lucifer, the devil in the flesh.
: Demons exist whether you believe in them or not.
: I now command you! Give me your name, demon! Emily Rose
: *Names!* *Names!* Emily Rose
: One, two, three, four, five, six! Father Moore
: Ancient serpents, depart from this servant of God! Tell me your six names! Emily Rose
: We are the ones who dwell within!
: [Father Moore begins the exorcism of Emily Rose
] It has begun. Let us pray.
[Last Lines of the Movie
] Erin Bruner
: [Looking at Emily's gravestone
] Who chose the Epitaph? Father Moore
: I did. It's from the second chapter of the Phillipines, Verse 12. Emily recited it to me the night before she died.
[Erin places her white flowers next to Emily's Grave, which the Epitaph reads "Work out your own Salvation, with fear and trembling."