The skeptic says, “I won’t believe in anything that I can’t see or feel.” Then why do the hobgoblins of his or her mind invent very real devils where none exist? Is it possible that skeptics aren’t inventing them but, through their sophisticated élan, reject their own intuitive knowledge of things unseen? The ancients were comfortable with the truth that reality exists in two worlds—the physical and the spiritual. Yet we moderns sneer at such ancient mythology, while our hobgoblins whisper, “The ancients were right.” Daniel understood that two realities exist. And with another angelic visitation he would come to know how real the unseen world really is.