posted on Dec, 14 2011 @ 06:54 PM
No matter which flavor of Abrahamic religion is followed, there is a distinct opposite sitting across from it. Christians have the devil and demons,
as do the Jewish religion. The Islamic faith has jinn, efreet, and devils as well as demons. Jinn are spirits of the desert, and since the belief
system of the middle east is so deep and pervades every freaking aspect of life, right down to what hand to wipe your arse with, fear is in every
shadow. This fear is what gives power to the darker aspects of the religion they follow, and makes the demonic all the more powerful. One without fear
is one without demons.
As for binding a lesser demon or jinn to an object, well, there are plenty of incantations and rites that can be performed. After all, when you
consider how much power people believe relics have, doesn't it make sense? And considering the existence of a lesser fallen and where it may be
spending its time, being bound to an inanimate object doesn't sound like such a bad thing. The subject would be willing to reside within the
confines of a ring or amulet as opposed to being without company in the vast wastes of the desert with naught but time on its hands.
People don't realize that to own or keep an object that has an inhabiting demon means that they have a constant companion who may or may not even
like them. Its like having an asp in your boot if you're not wise. If you dump the serpent out of your boot with care and respect then you won't be
harmed. If you just jam your foot in, oh well, should have looked first. Always look, always respect, and if such companionship is not desired,
without fear excuse the being from your presence. It is the 'without fear' part so many can't do. That's where the trouble begins. Sounds like the
girl on the phone was either faking because she is easily duped into thinking it is real, or never had any idea what she was getting into, and it got
away from her.