I am seeing an uptick in cases regarding a particular topic and I feel now might be a good time to write about it. There are lots of movies out there, as well as tons of books, comics, and other forms of media that are strictly fictionalized stories about demons, possession, witchcraft, etc. These forms of entertainment have captured a particular aspect of the populations attention – mainly that of the younger people who are drawn to the exotic and unknown and even the idea of danger. Unfortunately, this segment of humans has not yet learned how to discriminate between entertainment and accurate information.
The sad thing is, many of the writers of these stories do half-ass research on the internet to prepare their material and thus that really does compound the problem, because young people don’t understand that Trust must be EARNED – not just given. This is because of the way they are raised, for the most part, that anyone in authority MUST know what they are doing. Even the cynical children who think they know it all are still unconsciously following their programming, and are just absorbing whatever is projected into their minds.
The more obsessed ones will even go so far as to research information without realizing that 20 years ago the internet did not exist. The information so easily obtained on the internet is not coming from instruction manuals that have been locked up within sacred institutions NOR are they coming from experienced individuals. Simply because this information is sacred to whichever side of the equation and it is not likely to be published to the public because of that sacredness. You had to earn your place to learn anything and so the information on the internet is 99.9% made up stuff that people felt “guided” to share with others.
So this gullible segment of the population are swallowing the information left and right without realizing that what they read on the internet or a book published in the last 20 years was most likely created for amusement or to make money. NOT to pass along sacred rituals because there is danger inherent within all forms and sides of the paranormal and the occult.
So, for those who have made it this far into my rant, LOL, here is the warning. Teach your children – regardless of age – to NOT DO the following, regardless of whether they believe whatever is happening is real or not.
- Do NOT ever agree to be a channel for someone. If that person wants someone to channel for them, they are not intending anything good for that person. Otherwise they would channel the energy, being, etc. by their self!!! Why would anyone share an honor, privilege, gift etc. with anyone else when they could get all the glory for themselves?
- Do NOT ever agree to any form of binding. The Angelics and Light beings do not require bindings to work with individuals and if someone wants you to bind your energy to a demon, higher power, master, etc. then realize that if this being was so almighty powerful they would not need to have anyone (or anything else’s) energy.
- Do NOT take vows that have you agree to allow or assist any higher power etc. to use your body, your mind, or your energy in any way now or in the future. Again – beating the dead horse – if this higher power was so powerful they would not need human beings. Plus, you are a single individual and these vows can affect other lifetimes you are living in a disastrous way.
- Do NOT refute your personal guides, guardians, angelics, or High Self. Some rituals demand that you turn away from all other guidance to listen only to this “higher power” for directions and you might as well shoot yourself in your ass if you do that. These beings are here for your highest and best good – which means they are going to try to direct you from doing something stupid or detrimental to you. Think you want to try what this is like first? Go turn on your kitchen range, get the burner nice and hot, and put your hand on it. That same instinct that prevents you from doing this stupid act is the same one you are telling you don’t want in your life. If this is truly what you want to do, then please don’t breed before you die. Yes, that IS harsh, but come on. Let’s not be overly stupid here.
So, in short, put yourself first and think a bit before you do anything that you don’t have a super clear idea of how it is going to impact this or another lifetime.
I have dealt with multiple cases recently that all involved a teenage male and a female who liked to dabble, who thought she knew what she was doing and who is, unfortunately and ultimately, being lied to by her own personal demons feeding off her own personal wounds and insecurities.
Each of the girls carry their own issues and pain, yet each lacked the compassion for others that she wished was given to herself. Each seeks to obtain “something” from others and does not really care about the ramifications – short or long term. Each is willful and ignorant. These are sad situations yet each has been easily rectified with a little education and redirection of attention.
The work is not yet completed – each of the males will have a few more roads to travel until they return to their “normal” state of being, but the illusion has hopefully been eliminated and maybe a little wisdom imparted to learn to think for themselves.
And, by the way, I have seen cases like this with both sexes being the predator. It is not just young girls who do the manipulating – there are males as well. So it is appropriate to teach this to both males and females of all ages, because it is never too late to learn to protect yourself and to put yourself first ahead of another’s desires.