Ever do drugs, or smoke to much weed and feel paranoid? its a fair question.
Reason i ask is that i have seen semi visible people before back when i had a serious Amphetamine problem, most lightly down to sleep deprivation
and/or a drug induced chemical imbalance. They went away after a good sleep.
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Your "devil" is simply a manifestation of your consciousness. There is no such thing, so start your journey by stopping the use of the word
"devil" as if such a thing really existed. The devil only exists in the human mind. Good Luck.
Well you do have a thread already asking people to teach you some psychic abilities,
perhaps you should stick with that thread.
You are not doing yourself any good by creating multiple threads asking for the same things, only in different ways.
Seems to me the most interesting part of this thread is the deal you say you made with the devil.
The fact that you are seeing things/people that nobody else can see suggests some form of psychological impairment possibly associated with
Schizophrenia. And the fact that you also wish to be able to repeat the experience could suggest that it may indeed happen again. Has this kind of
thing or similar incident ever happened to you before?
Possibly worth considering paying a visit to your GP so you can discuss the episode.
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You do relies that "Moloch" is an Ammonite deity worshiped in the region of North Africa thousands of years ago and his little or no connection
regarding our modern day new testament interpretation of Satan(the devil)?
Possibly you have been watching too much "Sleepy Hollow"?
Like i said mate, pay a visit to your local GP.
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