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Saturday, February 6, 2010

The Hauntings



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The Haunting’s;

Iv had been a ghost-chaser since I was 9 or 10. Even participated in (Necromancy rituals)- which involve In some cases where we invoke the departed spirit to return to it’s original “departed body”. In some rituals- The invocation involves having evil-spirits enter the departed body & even in some cases; invoke evil spirits
To enter the body of a (living target) for vengeful reasons. Formal necromancy involves (4) High Priests.

They often belong to 4 separate covens. It can be quite dangerous due to demonic possession of the subject Or the “priest who are doing the “invocation.”. Iv since then learned that there are safer ways thru revenge Without invoking the dead or conjuration of evil entities. In “necromancy” there is no such thing as a (Protective circle) which is most popular in the “Wicca tradition.”. In necromancy- you can draw all the Protective circles you like prior to invocation.

They will do you no good & Iv since then discovered that “crucifix’s serve no purpose to the (fearful.) Several years ago, my Cabala-Rabbi shared a crude story I found most contemplative & most interesting. The story was about a Priest who was called upon to do an exorcism of a young child who apparently became possessed by a Vampire-spirit. As the priest began the exorcism while holding the crucifix- the vampire appeared in front of the priest from what appeared to be a cloud of smoke. The vampire laughed at him & said; “Boy- did you ever pick the wrong vampire!?

The vampire-ghost took the crucifix from the priest & placed it lovingly around his own neck with a grim smile…the crucifix Melted on the chest of the vampire. The priest died on the spot due to heart failure brought on by shock. I understand that “Anton Lavey” who served as High priest to the Satanic Church mentioned part of the story in one of his best sellers.

The bottom-line lesson here is very simple; “without blind faith” in your (tools)…”You Have No Tools!”