posted on Mar, 23 2010 @ 10:04 PM
What would be so bad about demonic possession? The demon gets to be housed in a fleshy body while the host gains paranormal powers. It's a
First off, why on Earth would a non-corporeal, sentient life-form capable of traversing existence freely without fear of aging, disease, physical pain
or those setbacks to living (breathing, healthy dieting, hygiene, proper sleep-patterns, etc
) want to trade that life for a physical carcass
that is biologically broken, and severely lacking by evolutionary standards?
Where on Earth do you get the impression that a demon's wet-dream is to have a human meat-sack to sit around in all day? You've been reading way too
many teen-fiction novels about the undead wanting to be human again. Grow up.
I'm not a kid I'm in my mid 20's. I'm seeking a spiritual experience. Demonic possession seems viable to me. I can handle it tell me how
to allow a demon into my body.
Oh, well excuse me then. If you're "in your mid 20s" and "seeking a spiritual experience" then obviously the only
road to go down is
demonic possession. Especially to fulfill your egoist's desire to know if a spirit realm really exists. Obviously meditation, Chakra alignments,
Dhyana, god-form assumption, ceremonialism, Pagan festivals, Baha'i temples or the simple act of performing any kind of magickal act (Low or High)
must have never occurred to you.
Go to Sunday mass, kid. Or go to the local Pagan Vernal Equinox party, or go visit a Buddhist temple and meditate with them. Real spiritual
experiences don't come from selling your body to others', they come from filling your body to the brim with as much deep spiritual energy as it can