The authors of both books came to the realization that although we are only conscious of the physical world we see and touch, we are in fact a part of
an even larger world, part of which is unseen by us. We interact with the unseen part every day, in sleep and while awake, without realizing it.
Forces beyond our comprehension are interacting with us, and at least one such force does not have our best interests in mind. We need to explore,
from a calm and rational perspective, into this unseen world. We must understand it better, and be aware of its dangers. Remember, when we lose a calm
and logical center, we start to lose control over ourselves. This unseen force of evil wants us to believe in aliens and UFO’s. It’s a delusion
that brings you closer to it. It wants you to believe in monsters. It’s a delusion that brings you closer to it. It wants you to fear your
government is plotting against you. It’s...usually a delusion, but either way it brings you closer to it. It manifests false realities (and
engineers actual circumstances) which pull us in until we lose our minds. It’s psychological and spiritual warfare. For our sake, we must remain at
once open-minded and curious AND sceptical and logical.
“I saw an alien spaceship, so it’s real!” “There are no alien spaceships, so you didn’t see one!” It must be one or the other, so we’re
led to believe by this common weak-minded perspective. In reality, a broader view reveals the truth.
The famous Dyatlov Pass incident, in which a group of Russian hikers died mysterious deaths, involved a lot of supernatural occurrences which modern
science has never been able to fully explain. After their tent was ripped open from the inside, the group calmly marched off into the unbearable cold
dressed only in their underwear (and the odd shoe.) They walked slowly, as the footprints later revealed, in single file, as if under a collective
trance. No doubt, the group had experienced terrible events which caused grave fear, overriding their logical center, in order to get them so fully
controlled as a group. Did they witness a bigfoot? Were they abducted by aliens? Were they chased by hideous, rancid monsters which accompanied an
overriding wave of fear? It hardly matters, in the end, as such specifics are merely a set of abilities employed by the will of the same unseen force
for the same effect: to traumatize and wear down the mind of its victim so they fall under its power.
In my own experience with being attacked and at least semi-possessed by this evil force, I experienced it growing stronger as I became weaker. Only
when I began thinking rationally and regained rest and asserted myself, did it become weak and flee. Was this the force of evil itself, a portion of
it, or a minion (a demon?) I can’t say. What I can say is that this evil force exists and it desired my energy and grew mightier as it drained me
(or at least, its connection to me grew stronger.) This force feeds on our fear and weaknesses. It manipulates us in ways we are unaware of, and
sometimes hits us in the face with a tragedy or supernatural illusion (or manifestation.) Around this time, I saw a lot of orbs, moving shadows and
tiny disks of light floating through the air. At the time, I tried to believe they were illusionary, until a portion of a floating disk of light
gleamed so brightly that it caused a ‘cloud’ in my vision, as from looking at a very bright light. Was this effect itself illusionary, or were
these visual forms struggling to become real? Perhaps that’s what these illusions (caused by the evil force) have been all along: bursts of energy
trying to become real. I believe such feats of power are only accomplished when nearby persons are being possessed, drained of their energy.
When we look at the disappearances in our national parks, as studied by David Paulides, we see that human beings can literally disappear from our
reality. This is nothing new. For thousands of years the world over, people have believed that fairy folk abduct people and take them down into
fairyland. Sometimes invited, sometimes taken against their will, the person might spend a day there and return, only to discover they’d been
missing for ten years and their wife remarried years ago. Or they might spend a whole lifetime there, only to return to our world two hours after
their disappearance. Today, the story would more likely involve being abducted by aliens or taken to an alien world, or down into the earth’s core.
It does seem that this other world does exist; that one or many unseen beings dwell there and that we too can be taken there. The experiences people
have there with fairies or aliens seem fairytale-like and utterly ridiculous, because they are obviously highly illusionary. Like the shape-shifting
entities which come from this world, this other world itself seems energetic but non-corporeal; capable of assuming similar or different forms for
So, another world does exist. It is non-physical and contains one or many non-physical beings. They can come here and we can go there. While here,
they still have no real form and become weak. They can only be strong here by feeding on us. They try to manifest themselves in one form or another,
usually to spook us (to fuel themselves.) This has manifested in multiple forms of supernatural phenomena which many of us have either observed or
studied. I have learned to mistrust the supernatural, even in a seemingly harmless form. If I was visited by a beautiful angel, I would be highly
sceptical and on alert. I do my best to screen out the supernatural constantly, as I am one of those people cursed with a sensitive
awareness/connection to that world. Although many of my supernatural encounters were harmless or even humorous, some were downright horrifying. These
days, I block out that world as best I can.
Yet, I am also curious to research it and to understand it better. I have read several books on the supernatural by Colin Wilson, Ed Warren and
various others, but it was finally these two books which really clicked for me. It’s strange to think that someone who claims to have seen a simple
ghost could be lying and that someone who claims to have been taken by aliens down to the planet core to meet Lord Apple, or whatever, could be
telling the truth. But truth is indeed stranger than fiction!
I hope this serves to educate and enlighten. Seems like dealing with the supernatural is akin to dealing with an old trauma: you must be cautious not
to let it overwhelm you, sometimes taking a break from it. But you must confront it, with bravery and a logical center, or it will be easier for it to
manipulate you through a wide range of tactics (some spiritual and some through the human beings around us.) It seems like a force of pure hate, with
a complete lack of conscience or empathy. We rarely sense it in any way unless it wants to be noticed. We have all been very ignorant to the single
greatest threat humanity has ever known, or not known. With a responsible attitude, a will to be healthy and positive prayer or meditation, it is easy
to protect yourself from its influence. Unfortunately, it is impossible to avoid it.
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