posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 06:40 PM
I am writing this in hopes of only sincere honest replies. I have 13 years experience in dealing with the occult, theology, psychology, and the
paranormal and none of it has prepared me for what's going on now. My girlfriend seems to be under attack. Now I don't want the mental illness
responses that seem to flow from everyones mouth. She is not schizophrenic or delusional and that isn't denial on my part. It started with her seeing
something that I couldn't see nor have my kids seen. It is a black creature much like a shadow person except it has wings similar to a bats wings. It
hasn't talked to her, but it has entered her. I've spoken with it when it enters her and it replies in a voice that isn't hers. It has caused her
to attack me to where I have to forcefully restrain her and I have to struggle to do that. Now I've got about 50 pounds extra weight compared to her
tiny body size and she has strength unlike anything I've experienced from someone her size when it's entered her. I've tried all the tricks of the
trade, house cleansing, constantly burning sage, and salting the borders and windows and doorways of my entire home.
She has drawn me images of it and it appears to look like the mothman except jet black and it has hallow eyes with slight white X's where you
would expect the pupil to be. It behaves similar to a demonic entity, but at the same time it doesn't seem to be a demon. I am looking for honest
help, it's beating her down. There is no drug use, well besides marijuana but that's medicine not a illicit drug. I am at a loss on how to approach
this. I can feel it's presence before she even notices seeing it and I never even hinted to her that I notice it. I've performed several blood
letting rituals that were handed down to me by family members and that hasn't helped her while it's helped people in the past. I need some advice
from people who have had similar personal experiences not something you just heard about from a friend. I need to stop this before something bad
happens to her, my kids, or myself.