Poltergeist Throwing Things Threatening Us
Posted 23 August 2016 - 06:23 PM
Posted 24 August 2016 - 02:08 AM
I think it's kinda obvious why this entity is coming after you guys right now. I think it was hoping you and your boyfriend were just a quick fling. But when you two began moving in together, that was the last straw. It's making a definite statement that it wants you out of his life. At this point, one of two things will usually happen. It will either give up and leave (most likely) or the activity will increase. But even if it decides to leave, they don't normally do so peaceably.
I wouldn't be fearing for your lives at this point. There are strict laws about entities attacking people. I'm not saying it can't come after you guys physically, but if it did, there would be a mighty high penalty for it to pay. So ignore it as much as you can. And don't be yelling or screaming at it. And especially don't threaten or demand anything of it! You might want to wait it out and see if it will eventually leave. But meanwhile do all the standard things to make it Uncomfortable. Like pray for help often if you are religious at all. Open the windows and let in the sun and fresh air! Play a Christmas CD over and over again. Tantric gives a list of things to try in another recent topic that you will find helpful. So go with that to start.
What's your boyfriends health like? Any health issues? Is he really skinny or recently lost weight?
Posted 24 August 2016 - 07:20 AM
And I guess that could explain why it's come so close to hitting us but hasn't.
Posted 24 August 2016 - 09:45 AM
Posted 24 August 2016 - 01:35 PM
I agree with Jim. Do your best to ignore this activity and it will probably stop. This spirit is definitely looking to get a rise out of both of you, so please try to not acknowledge it. I know it's hard, but it can be done. Good luck
"Life doesn't get easier...
You just get stronger."
Posted 24 August 2016 - 05:02 PM
Okay, that explains a lot. Alcoholics are wide open to entity attack. And if there's an attachment, and that does seem to be the case, then the alcohol has to go or things can get much worse.
Can you answer the below questions? We're looking for signs of an attachment or even demonic oppression.
1. Does he get enough sleep?
2. Does he eat right?
3. Has he lost weight?
4. Is he miserable in his life?
7. Anger issues?
And that's just part of the list.
I guess for now, we need to know where he and you are in order to setup a plan of action. But there is a way out and it sounds like we are fresh into the hostel part of it, so that's a good thing. You're not to deep yet.
Posted 24 August 2016 - 06:42 PM
Posted 24 August 2016 - 08:57 PM
Posted 25 August 2016 - 08:31 AM
He doesn't seem to have most of the classic signs... but then again, he doesn't have to because of the alcohol consumption. As long as your boyfriend continues to drink, the entity will be happy. Well, accept for you being the threat that could possibly change all that... and that's not acceptable to it's plan. Can I ask what he does for a living? And is it a 40 hour a week job? ........If he's working full-time that's a good sign!
CDS knows something that can help with the nightmares... so hopefully he will chime in soon.
Let me just say... your boyfriend cannot use alcohol as a reason or excuse for not dealing with this. The only way to stop this is to face it head on. And I think the only way we (or you) can help much is if he's willing to make some major changes.
Most people going through a haunting like this are not willing to make lifestyle changes, unfortunately. And even when they do, and everything gets better, they invite it back. They do it by going back to old habits or by thinking and talking about it after it's gone. Both invite it back. But for now, changes need to be made in order to deal with this.
Posted 25 August 2016 - 08:28 PM
Posted 25 August 2016 - 09:21 PM
I'm betting this will all settle down once it sees you're not going anywhere.
And he can't be drinking on the job, right? So that's a good thing.
There's a YouTube video I saw recently that lists a few things you can try that might help. I can find that for you, if you like. But you would need to at least have some degree of faith and a belief in God for it to work, otherwise it could backfire and possibly make things worst.
Posted 26 August 2016 - 08:13 PM
Posted 26 August 2016 - 09:57 PM
Posted 26 August 2016 - 11:18 PM
So ignore it as much as you can. And don't be yelling or screaming at it. And especially don't threaten or demand anything of it! You might want to wait it out and see if it will eventually leave. But meanwhile do all the standard things to make it Uncomfortable. Like pray for help often if you are religious at all. Open the windows and let in the sun and fresh air! Play a Christmas CD over and over again. Tantric gives a list of things to try in another recent topic that you will find helpful. So go with that to start.
I include a YouTube link on Seharris11's channel that might help. Mostly it's just the standard stuff but with a bit of a twist. If you click the "Show More" button below the video, you will find the steps all written out. But like I said before, you would need to at least have some degree of faith and a belief in God for it to work, otherwise it could backfire and possibly make things worst........... Click Here
And lastly, I also have some experimental things I could suggest you try if it comes down to it.
I will be sending you a PM about something I can try on your behave as well.
My prayers are with you guys.
Posted 27 August 2016 - 08:17 AM
Posted 19 December 2016 - 12:41 PM
I also question that talking about it retrospectively is automatically an invitation. A founder of the investigative group helping us helps people in part by telling his story about demonic attachments and what stopped it. Some tell their stories in books to help others, or speak publicly. I'm not saying I think obsessing over it mentally or in conversation is necessarily super safe though.
Posted 19 December 2016 - 12:58 PM
I know you think the trouble here is that he suffers from an attachment, but you sound codependent - attached to the idea that if you just stick by him while daggers fly at you, that he'll change. I say this from a place of caring: What if you're staying with him and putting up with violence because it feels familiar and in some way you're trying to work through your unhappy situation w/your alcoholic parents? I recommend therapy.
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