originally posted by: twentyoneawatcher
a reply to: JackReyes
Thank you, any answers help. And to answer you question, I am not studying the actual experiences, but doing original research into the effects of an
encounter on the person experiencing it. That is why I ask about changes in views from politics to faith as theses are good guides to see how a person
You know what. I was just reading your reply, and although tired, thought I would respond as to some of my encounters. But, perhaps not in the way you
I could tell you stories to frighten you, perhaps, of demonic entities, and visions in the night. That is what most people do. And I've had those.
But I will tell you a couple of supernatural stories that are quite different, that shaped my beliefs, as that is what you want.
From early childhood I had an interest in spiritual things. Well, it was steeped in my family, my grandfather was a sorcerer, among other things, my
parents had a Bible. I decided to read through it, and came to many conclusions.
One was that God's name is Jehovah. And that the demons are real, as is Satan. That they were once angelic sons of God, but rebelled against him. They
are wicked and evil in nature, they are real and mislead all mankind.
Well, I was constantly harressed by demon forces in my home, my older brother was into Satanism, other family members into witchcraft, etc.
I just read the Bible and loved the name of God, Jehovah. And would share it with my classmates and teachers. One day I had all of them making fun of
me for believing in Jehovah. I was 13 a this time. I was called to the front of the class by my math teacher and ostrozied by her for beliving in
Jehovah's name. And in the hall at recess a bully pulled me to the side and asked me who this "Jehovah" was. I pulled my Bible out of the locker and
shared with him Psalm 83:18 and showed him that Jehovah is God's name.
Well on the bus on the way home from school he grabbed me, thinking I was my twin, and asked me, where I was, he was ready to beat me up. You see he
had a huge crowd around him when I witnessed to him about Jehovah's name. I said, I apologize, I did not mean to make a mockery of you, or make fun of
you, I was just showing you who I love.
When I got home, he left me alone, I walked into the house, and there was bickering and arguing, my dad yelling at my brother, my mom yelling, my
brother grabbing me and bullying me some more, then my dad coming over and slapping me and screaming at me for something I didn't do, and more and
more bullying and harassment. And then finally I ran to my room and closed the door and started to cry. And I wanted to die at that moment. And I was
really angry with Jehovah.
And I poured my heart out to him in prayer, and told him, I wanted to die, and why he was letting me suffer so much, if his name was really a strong
tower. And as I was praying and crying, and wanting to die, and full of anger, I felt a peace descend, the holy spirit, and it lifted the anger and
depression from my heart. And all of the bickering and yelling going on outside my bedroom disappeared. And I felt a happy and peaceful calm come upon
That was the day I dedicated my life to God. For no one proved him to me, he proved himself to be with me. And that is better than any of the other
paranormal experiences I have.
Satan and his demons have shown themselves many times in my life. And Jehovah has always been there, and always proven to be stronger. I have such a
long long list of things I can share with you. But this is the one I will share.