I have deleted the original post as it contained a photo of a group that I am not a member of. Essentially it was a photo of someone that I perceived not to be human but was incorrect in my assumption.
It's nice to have some confirmation that my intuition is at least partially correct, but is the one you said has a soul formed in a previous period and the old woman that I pointed out the same one that you were referencing when you said that?
In my experience those beings for the most part have been malevolent, although one I've encountered seemed okay so I don't want to stereotype. I hope any being legitimately trying to do the right thing is protected/helped on their spiritual journey.
It's interesting to talk with someone further along and check my intuition to make sure that I'm not jumping to conclusions
>But is there anything unique about the old woman to whom I was referring?
The camera flash certainly does not show her eyes well. There is a stronger mental focus than most of the people - partly from needing to present for the photo in a way that represents her status in the group. The anchor point for the inflow of spirit is higher than those around her and this alters her human presence.
I suspect that what you detect is that she is quite unlike yourself - but this is not a proper measure of uniqueness.
>I just assumed that they were demons
When dealing with other entities it is important to develop measurement and test processes and to work in a group that can provide peer review of observations and actions - as well as protecting your back.
Long ago I used to watch an expensive poker game. One of the players told me: If you have not spotted the bunny in 5 minutes then you are the bunny.
I agree, we should all pause, dwell and consider the eternal problem of "A person not in my group is a suspect person".
I tend to see more suspect non-human humans in my local supermarket loitering around the special offers and cheap booze. Just in case they beat me to the special offers. Bastards. Especially the cheap booze.
I have known many serious and genuine people interested in esoteric matters of all kinds. The last thing they wanted to do was flaunt that in public. Especially the introverted ones. Then some extrovert eager-bunny in their group suggests they all get together for a social event. Well, OK (so far). Then the eager-bunny says "let's take a picture!". Oh God, cringe at the back, try and pretend you're not here...
In that frame of mind, you can see the result in the picture. The most eager-to-please are the ones leaning forward and smiling. The rest might just be wondering what's happened to their sincerity?
Me and my friend were looking at this picture and he said that they all look a little suspect. I replied that the old jolly looking guy on the left looked like he was okay to which he replied: 'it's probably his first day'
But seriously, I wouldn't jump to conclusions about any of the people in the photo.
The only person in this group that stands out to me is the older woman that I pointed out.
I've encountered beings that looked like her that were extremely malicious and evil.
But again, I should stress that I don't want to jump to conclusions because my extra-sensory perception isn't quite the same that it was.
And to add to that, lumping all beings of a certain group together is probably just as foolish as lumping all humans together in the same category.
I don't know what that means. I got that book that you recommended though (Spirit Releasement Therapy) although I haven't gotten too far into it.
The only conclusion I've come to is that the beings I encountered at least served evil beings if they weren't themselves evil beings.
I saw a movie recently about MK Ultra Mind control and there were beings portrayed in the same way that I remember them, which makes me think that anyone with 'eyes to see' is aware of the beings that I reference, although I don't know exactly what to consider them.
In the book Spirit Releasement Therapy, the author mentions the 'pit' which is a dungeon where beings are punished for failing to serve evil adequately.
I recall being to a similar place in my dreams previously, which would lead me to assume that the beings I encountered were the minions of Lucifer.
> lead me to assume that the beings I encountered were the minions of Lucifer.
If you are to deal with non-physical entities it may be as well if you do not make religion-based assumptions. It is hard to find a religion in which the administrative function has a proper light-dark balance. Consider for example that most religious institutions have been unable to deal effectively with centuries of child abuse.
>In the book Spirit Releasement Therapy, the author mentions the 'pit' which is a dungeon where beings are punished for failing to serve evil adequately.
All of the dark entities that I have met that interface with humans are rightly afraid of their superiors - and also have been taught to be afraid of light.
omni: In my Lodge the Secretary is a hugh bully along with control issues. if anyone even asks a question he files masonic charges against them. He controls members mostly because they are afraid of him.
Apr 16, 2018 1:07:49 GMT
foriamhim: To omni: Grow some balls, that lodge is yours as well as every member in that lodge. If you are right, its not your problem. Nobody likes the ugliness of masonic charges. Light will always illuminate darkness, don't be afraid, be a better man.
May 27, 2018 15:37:09 GMT
foriamhim: Oh, I am a new member and just wanted to say hi...
May 27, 2018 15:39:10 GMT