posted on Jun, 28 2009 @ 07:29 PM
The objects are not so much haunted as they are foci for stray energys.
It generally works as the fixated intent of someone, most peoples intentions are generalized and vague, that energy either is directly attached to the
object by the person, or may attach due to "sympathy".
This is how a new object becomes "haunted".
Fashioning an object like something which had lots of fixated energy floating around in the world unfulfilled, and naming it after that would make the
object a sympathetic object for those energys, and their intentions. Like a battery charging up from stray bubbles of energy in the environment.
Such energys can be expened, and redirected with little effort, if you figure out what their intention is.
You would simply focus some of your own intention upon the object with a specific intention. That intention would include overriding the vaugue
intention already on the object and directing it.
If you make the intention something which you can help along, therefore certain to be fulfilled you will get a little boost in your efforts, and the
energy will be expended in the process. Leaving the object clean, since it's purpose has been fulfilled.
If you have a negative energy, something destructive, have it help you bust a rusted bolt loose on that engine you are rebuilding.
The more intense the intention you use to override, the less sympathetic you need to be in relation to the original intent of the fixated energy.
You can litterally direct it to shatter a glass object, and the object will explode.
If the object is fashioned after some ancient symbol, if there is still energy around sympathetic to that, then it may be some seriously fixated
energy. You should steer clear of that, It will keep recharging, and it may have an extremely precise intent. The more specific the intent, the less
likey it is to expend, and the longer it hangs around unfulfilled. So ancient probably spells big trouble.
Sorcery involves intentionally fixating attention upon objects to use them as power storage devices. You most definately would not wish to toy with an
sorcerer's power object. If you run across one of them, run, don't walk.
Avoid storing your own energy in objects as an attachment, like I said that is sorcery. You are binding yourself to the object. This can become more
permanent than life itself. Most accidental attachments fade fairly rapidly because the intent is vague, and finds a satisfactory outlet eventually.
Also most objects are highly impermanent. Therefore a very specific, and intense intent placed upon an object like a diamond, or lump of gold would be
a very long term anchoring of the self to physical object which will be around a very long time. That is a really bad idea!
[edit on 28-6-2009 by Cyberbian]