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- VOODOO: OBSESSION BY AN EVIL ENTITY
- UNPREVENTABLE OBSESSION OF THE LONGTIME VOODOO PRACTITIONER
- A VOODOO TRICK TO LOOK OUT FOR: INJURING ANOTHER PERSON PHYSICALLY THROUGH DEMON INTERCESSION
- ANOTHER VOODOO PRACTICE TO LOOK OUT FOR: SEPARATION OF A FEARED PERSON FROM THEIR LOVED ONE THROUGH SORCERY
- Feared Man: Obsession of a Wife or Girlfriend to Be Unfaithful
- Feared Woman: Luring of the Husband or Boyfriend to Have Sex with a Man Dressed like the Woman, Followed by Psychic or Physical Castration, and Suicide or Insanity for the Husband or Boyfriend
- SPIRITUAL ADEPTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD THE PRACTICE OF VOODOO AND OBEAH
- THE ONLY ESCAPE FOR A VICTIM OF VOODOO OR THE BLACK ARTS
- THE CONSEQUENCE, TO THE VOODOO PRACTITIONER, IN TERMS OF AFTERLIFE AND THE SOUL’S JOURNEY
I’ve looked a little bit into obeah and voodoo just now, as it came to me that voodoo is being practiced in Los Angeles, and that we all must be up to speed on ways to prevent falling prey to the black magician.
VOODOO: OBSESSION BY AN EVIL ENTITY
I read this in Wikipedia: “There are four phases to a voodoo ritual, all identifiable by the song being sung; preparation, invocation, possession and farewell. The songs are used to open the gate between the deities and the human world and invite the spirits to possess someone.” –from “Louisiana Voodoo, “in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisiana_Voodoo ..
So the invitation that a spirit possess someone is the object of the voodoo rites. In Los Angeles, I’ve experienced, on both the clair and the physical planes, on rare occasions, seeing or clair hearing people being obsessed by demonic entities. I’ve been wondering why this happened to them. Now, it comes to me that they may be practicing Voodoo.
UNPREVENTABLE OBSESSION OF THE LONGTIME VOODOO PRACTITIONER
That makes me wonder whether longtime Voodoo practitioners, may, in fact, be unable to prevent obsession by the demonic entity or entities which they’ve had the practice of inviting to be obsessed by.
This unpreventable state of obsession may also occur to the aging Voodoo practitioner. As his vital force weakens, he may become easy prey to the evil entity whose power he once arrogantly wielded so as to conquer other human beings.
A VOODOO TRICK TO LOOK OUT FOR: INJURING ANOTHER PERSON PHYSICALLY THROUGH DEMON INTERCESSION
As you may have heard, the voodoo practitioner may use a voodoo doll, and, in a state of entity obsession, he may visualize injury to the victim, while inflicting symbolic injury on the doll.
I find, in use today in Los Angeles, a similar but more malignant form of Voodoo that, in my very limited research into the topic, I haven’t found described elsewhere … a method of injuring another person by calling down an obsessing entity upon another man (a mind-controlled proxy or ‘donkey’) [search my blogs for the term ‘donkey’ for more on this], and having him cut or otherwise injure himself. The voodoo practitioner simultaneously envisions the person toward whom harm is intended, being injured in the same way.
Less desirable, from the point of view of the voodoo practitioner, is this alternate method: In a state of obsession, he may inflict a slight harm on his own body, while visualizing great harm in a similar place on the victim. Or he may forego the harm to his own body, and simply visualize the harm to his victim, as a curse, while he is in an obsessed state.
ANOTHER VOODOO PRACTICE TO LOOK OUT FOR: SEPARATION OF A FEARED PERSON FROM THEIR LOVED ONE THROUGH SORCERY
Here is what may be a Voodoo practice, which I’ve found being done in Los Angeles today. Until today, I didn’t realize that it may be a form of Voodoo. I also haven’t been able to find it described in the literature. The premise is: Divide and conquer. It goes like this:
Feared Man: Obsession of a Wife or Girlfriend to Be Unfaithful
A man wishes to destroy a person whom he feels his power of voodoo is threatened by. If the person he wants to destroy is a man, the voodoo practitioner prevails upon his own ‘familiar’ … or obsessing demon … to obsess the wife or girlfriend of the victim to have sex with himself ( or a substitute man (a mind-controlled proxy or ‘donkey’). Then the victim, in a state of love-lorn weakness, falls prey to the voodoo practitioner’s curses.
Feared Woman: Luring of the Husband or Boyfriend to Have Sex with a Man Dressed like the Woman, Followed by Psychic or Physical Castration, and Suicide or Insanity for the Husband or Boyfriend
If the person he wants to destroy is a woman, the voodoo practitioner … or else his substitute man (a mind-controlled proxy or ‘donkey’) dresses in imitation of the woman, and, through black magic and mind control, lures her husband or boyfriend to the act of anal intercourse. Then, cutting off the husband’s penis (either through mind control or physically), he performs anal intercourse on the man. As he is dressed as, and takes on the manner of the woman the man loves, this act turns the man to hatred of his wife or girlfriend.
Subject to this hatred by the man she loves, the woman is weakened, and falls prey to the voodoo practitioner’s curses. The husband or boyfriend may fall into despair and commit suicide, or he may become insane.
SPIRITUAL ADEPTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD THE PRACTICE OF VOODOO AND OBEAH
The practice of voodoo and obeah, and of the black arts in general, is looked down upon by true spiritual adepts. For instance, the Theosophist C.W. Leadbeater has this to say about it …
“4. The Black Magician or his pupil. This class corresponds closely to the first, except that the development has been for evil instead of good, and the powers acquired are used for purely selfish purposes instead of for the benefit of humanity. Among its lower ranks come members of the negro race who practise the ghastly rites of the Obeah or Voodoo schools, and the medicine-men of many a savage tribe; while higher in intellect, and therefore the more blame-worthy, stand the Tibetan black magicians, who are often, though incorrectly, called by Europeans Dûgpas—a title properly belonging, as is quite correctly explained by Surgeon-Major Waddell in his recent work on The Buddhism of Tibet, only to the Bhotanese subdivision of the great Kargyu sect, which is part of what may be called the semi-reformed school of Tibetan Buddhism. The Dûgpas no doubt deal in Tântrik magic to a considerable extent, but the real red-hatted entirely unreformed sect is that of the Ñin-mâ-pa, though far beyond them in a still lower depth lie the Bön-pa—the votaries of the aboriginal religion, who have never accepted any form of Buddhism at all.” (1)
THE ONLY ESCAPE FOR A VICTIM OF VOODOO OR THE BLACK ARTS
I myself believe that voodoo ought to be outlawed in America, as its practice creates great psychic suffering, and great Soul torment to the victims upon whom it is inflicted. They have no recourse but to turn entirely to their own Celestial Ascension Teams, to the Angelic Realm, and to God himself, for salvation from this evil. There is no other help but these in that final fight with the deadly enemy of humankind, Satan and his minions of the Dark.
THE CONSEQUENCE, TO THE VOODOO PRACTITIONER, IN TERMS OF AFTERLIFE AND THE SOUL’S JOURNEY
As to those who practice these arts, their Souls cannot but be the worse for it; the inevitable end of obsession by the demon realm is a lengthy sojourn in the hellworlds, in the afterlife. Were not this error of free will ill judgment corrected in subsequent incarnations, the final, ghastly result will be Soul devolution to the animal state, in which free will choices no longer exist, and in which it will no longer be possible to consciously seek God realization.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
(1) from The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Astral Plane, by C. W. Leadbeater. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net Title: The Astral Plane: Its Scenery, Inhabitants and Phenomena Author: C. W. Leadbeater Release Date: April 15, 2007 [EBook #21080], http://www.gutenberg.org/files/21080/21080-h/21080-h.htm ..
“In the West Indies, Obeah (sometimes spelled Obi, Obeah, Obeya, or Obia) is a system of sorcery and religious practices developed among enslaved West Africans. Obeah is similar to other Afro-American religions such as Palo, Haitian Vodou, Santería, and Hoodoo. Obeah is practiced in the Bahamas and in the Caribbean nations of Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and the Virgin Islands, as well as by the Igbo people of Nigeria.
“Obeah includes both benign and malignant magic, charms, luck, and mysticism.” –from Obeah, in Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obeah ..
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