posted on Oct, 26 2004 @ 06:40 PM
Technically, if you actually saw something that wasn't there, a psychiatrist might attribute it to psychosis. But I wouldn't worry too much about
that unless you see such things on a regular basis, and even then that doesn't necessarily mean you are crazy.
Scary images of humanoid creatures are, as best I can tell, usually either a product of our own imaginations or some form of contact with a dark
spiritual being, or "demon".
Demons radiate fear because they are themselves afraid, existing as tortured spirits, tormenting themselves and others in their agony. They tend to
try to gain power and influence over others, falsely believing that they might find relief from their suffering by doing so.
At the root of all fear is deceit. Demons seek to intimidate and deceive others and thereby gain some measure of control over them.
I used to fear demons, but no longer do because I see them, and all spirits, as my brothers and sisters who have fallen into Darkness. Knowing their
plight moves me to compassion for them, not fear of them.
Although there are many, many sources who falsely claim otherwise, demons cannot take any power they are not given.
To fear them is to give them power, and I advise against doing so.