traditional religionists unfairly attack the paranormal
claiming people become 'possessed by devils' when they
use psychics and practice Reiki, T'ai Chi and Yoga.
This was the claim in an
article on Catholic exorcism in a Sydney mainstream
newspaper this week. Similar
claims have been made by fundamentalists all over
the world- and even led to law
suits in the USA.
Time for the old time theologians to wake up in the twenty
first century. Why? Because there is NO EVIDENCE linking
Reiki, T'ai Chi and Yoga practices to
being possessed. And consulting a genuine gifted psychic
according to the CHURCH OF ENGLAND (see
report) does not make anyone obsessed.
In the old days when people were highly superstitious
and ignorant, the Church terrorised people's minds with
eternal damnation into everlasting fire. Now we are informed
some 97% of the Catholics do not accept eternal damnation.
But now, some religious Christian extremists are trying
to terrify the people in a different way, making dishonest,
unfair claims about 'devil possession' because one is
into Yoga, or T'ai Chi or sees a gifted psychic. Read
OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH REGARDING EXORCISM:
Information transmitted directly from the afterlife
- in fact a Catholic Monsiginor Hugh Benson, tells us
there are no 'devils' in the afterlife - there are spiritually
retarded spirits. The story about angels rebelling against
God and became devils is a fiction of the imagination
written thousands of years ago and the Church believed
it - all without evidence. 'Angels' are the spirits who
are spiritually highly advanced and are still in the realm
of the Light - sometimes they help us.
because a person does not act in the normal way does not
mean that person is possesssed by the devil.
Psychiatrists to-day can explain abormal behaviour - and
tell us abnormal behaviour has nothing to do with a person
being possessed by evil spirits. That's Hollywood hogwash
which terrified those people who went to see movies about
2. We get highly gifted clairvoyants
who tell us that on rare occasions they can see a spirit
- someone who lived on planet earth as a human
being - certainly NOT devil - who tries to follow a particular
person. There are technical reasons for that. It could
be karmic - it could be that there was some kind of a
relationship between the spirit and the person he is trying
to follow for one reason or another.
3. When the exorcist article
stated that Fr Gabriele Amorth claims to have exorcised
some 160,000 devils and demons - it's time for this priest
to see a psychiatrist himself. Gifted clairvoyants
can see spirits - and know what is going on - and even
can communicate with some of them. But the Church does
not want to deal with clairvoyants. The Church allows
only priests 'trained' to be an exorcist (apparently in
one weekend) to do exorcism. All he needs to have is a
Bible, a crucifix and holy water. A clairvoyant reported
an attempt by a priest to do exorcism - to get rid of
a benign spirit by sprinkling 'holywater' on the spirit.
The clairvyoyant saw the spirit laughing his head off!!
4. People who accept exorcism
are usually very superstitious people who were
taught that possession is real and only priests can exorcise
devils. This is huge ignorance. A priest is not usually
a gifted clairvoyant or a medium.
5. The 'spirits' who give trouble
in the afterlife are labelled 'evil'. In fact,
these spirits who follow some people on earth are people
just like you and me who lived on planet earth. Sometimes
they want to seek attention - but not in a negative way.
And other times where you have ignorant spirits - several
things could have happened:
a) the spirit never accepted
there could be an afterlife and strongly believed there
was no afterlife. On crossing over, their mind
would not accept that they are in the afterlife and continue
to refuse to accept they could be in the afterlife. So
these lost spirits get lost amongst the people living
on earth wandering from person to person hoping someone
could listen to them.
b) if a person was cruel on earth, his-her
vibrations would not have been high enough to reach the
realm of the light - and gets caught in the lower darker
region closest to earth. That is something that could
cause a problem to people on earth as this low vibrational
person tries to seek attention by entering the aura of
people on earth. Some of these spirits could give trouble
to people on earth. But these 'spirits' have to be dealt
with, but they are NOT devils or demons or Satan.
c). Those who stay in the home after they die.
Some of these 'caught' spirits then after they die, try
to frighten the new occupiers by physically attacking
them. Other caught spirits just make noise, or throw things
around. This is what happened in the poltergeist case
where the caught spirit did not attack, did not 'possess'
the new comers, but made a lot of noise. The very widely
publicised case was the Enfield case where the spirit
was very mischievous doing all kinds of things in 'his'
home throwing things around. But a medium was able to
converse with the 'ghost' and convinced him he was really
dead - and the problem was solved.
The extreme cases: again
I say, that there are no devils, but former human beings
who lived on earth and are living in the dark region of
the afterlife causing trouble. Some of these low spirits
could become troublesome to some people. In these extreme
cases what is needed is a skilled clairvoyant/ mental
medium and others trarined in dealling with alleged 'possessed'
to converse with the spirit. We are informed by highly
credible afterlife teachers that during our lifetime we
get those who help us to stay with us - they come and
they go. But as stated above, the lower astral spirits
- human beings who lived on earth could give trouble to
some people. We are also informed and the Church accepts
that from birth a special guardian is assign to protect
and help us.
DEVIL? Those who want to do research to see where
the Catholics obtained their 'devil' from see great British
historian Arthur Findlay's ROCK OF TRUTH
in the chapter 'The Old Religion'. He says among other
things, "The devil figures in all religions in one
form or another. The one Christianity copied came from
Paganism, and to it he was known as Pan the mountain Goat-God,
with horns, hoofs and tail. He was God of the mountains,
and the legend of Jesus being taken up a high mountain
to be tempted by the Devil is just the story borrowed
from the Pagans of Pan taking Jupiter to a mountain-top
and offering him the surrounding country."
HUGH BENSON - Catholic Monsignor, directly from
the afterlife transmitted
much valuable information correcting many of our supersitious
Churchian beliefs. In one of his books- FACTS - he transmitted,
among other things:
"That there is one who is indisputably the Prince
of Evil, no, he simply does not exist. Every inch of the
dark realms has been surveyed by beings of the highest
realms and they have failed to discover the devil or Satan
... The knowledge that all such high beings possess tells
them that there is no such person as the devil."
AREN'T PEDOPHILE PRIESTS BEING EXORCISED?
Surely if there was a devil who wanted to destroy
the Catholic Church, planting ideas about pedophilia in
the minds of holy priests would be a very effective strategy.
So whilst it has
been proved that priests sexually molested and penetrated
young boys as young as 11 years and some pedophile priests
have been sent to prison, - why is it that we never read
or see a report of priest being 'exorcised'? All over
the world there are horrific reports of the pedophilia
effects on very young boys and girls. Victims who appeared
on Oprah's television program claimed that Church has
paid over ONE BILLION dollars in damages - just on the
East Coast of the U.S. alone!!
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