posted on Apr, 9 2012 @ 08:16 PM
reply to post by smyleegrl
It's pretty difficult to explain, but you begin to learn to discern between schizophrenia and medical conditions such as the like from
persuasion/possession only through encountering both afflictions; for example I've known friends that are schizophrenic...and to be honest, for the
longest time I wasn't sure what to think about the condition, I was a bit ambivalent as to whether or not it was even a legitimate medical condition
at all (always been quite skeptical of the pharmaceutical industry and their "treatments")
While I'm not saying this "test" works in EVERY case, I've learned that a great deal many people under the influence of the demonic will
experience either physical or some type of psychological distress at being introduced to the presence of holy relics or blessed objects. Be it
underhanded, I've been known to place blessed Benedictine medals under a persons bed and/or in the "four corners" of my car and noted whether or
not a person seemed to "notice" them despite never being told they existed, etc... basically (despite having to go behind someone's back WHICH I
DESPISE) it's the only true way somebody would be able to get a straight shot at finding out whether a person they know is under "the
influence"...if you'd prefer to just ask a person straight up if they're "feeling a bit possession by satan today?" you're likely to end up in a
room with rubber walls.
Granted, this little trial doesn't work in many cases of influence or possession...as a matter of fact it probably works in very few indeed; it's my
belief that even if somebody completely under the control of a diabolical entity were to encounter a relic or blessed object that pained them to stand
in presence of, they likely wouldn't let on about it at all-- that whole "father of lies" thing, you know? A high level demonic would probably if
anything claim the object "tickled" even if in reality they were dying on the inside.
As a disclaimer, I'm not saying one should take this little experiment of mine as truth, fact, or even as being practical...I'm simply trying to
answer Smylee's question with a practice that has yielded results for ME personally.
If you'd really like an ALMOST definite way of identifying whether somebody is experiencing "voices" brought on by schizophrenia or by a diabolic
simply bring them into a church (preferably not a corrupt one...of which there are few left). I once invited a young lady with me whom I suspected of
not really having schizophrenia (which her doctors all assured her WAS truly the case, prescribing her numerous, VERY expensive, drugs to combat it)
to come to church for a Christmas-mass type deal...she had to leave only 15 minutes into it (before the actual SERMON even began) because her "voices
became violent and screamed for her to hurt them and kill you" *verbatim quote, her telling me why she left*. Not saying she wasn't pulling a
hardcore troll move on me by telling me this, but we'd gone back a ways and I didn't think she'd be the type to make something like that up...we
spent the remaining hour of that church sermon outside in the parking lot.