After several weeks of nightmares and a feeling of being watched, I used a ouija board today to try to figure out what was going on... long story short, the board said "haha" when I asked, that there were multiple spirits in my home, and that there was a demon. I laughed it off until I went to have a shower and found a huge bruise on my lower back and one on my side that weren't there before. What the hell do I do?
its not a real thing exorcism, its just a ritual to get god to banish the thing. see a priest maybe. or buy some mylar blankets from amazon ($3 for 5) and line ur walls with mylar it blocks pretty much everything except low freq sound and ions. so try an air ionizer and earplugs.
celestial courts bruv.
learn what trespass or crime you've committed.
if none, see if you've invited a guest in.
if its a crime or trespass;
>you must seek forgiveness and repent to the Highest Celestial court and ask for your representative or ask for forgiveness on the name of He "who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us".
be forewarned that if a trespass is committed against anyone, that it leaves one open to receiving a curse, so it's best to make amends with your victim before looking for a remedy in the Celestial Courts.
if you've invited a guest in, be aware that they behave in the manner relating to the Law of Hosts.
>they have the right to act as owners of the host body or realm, and treat you as a servant.
That being said, you may seek to evict that guest, and for that you must go to the Highest Celestial court and seek forgiveness and repent.
a lot can be said about repentance, but the important fact regarding it is, One must NOT repeat the same mistake again, or the next time the punishment or unwanted guest will be multiplied by 7.
i'm sure this is unwanted, so try and avoid it.
one thing i forgot to mention about both courts require that you admit your trespass before the Highest Judge, before you can receive a remedy.
it's customary to do this before you testify your repentance to the Highest Judge.
once all of this is done, invoke the name of he "who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us"
>Who is he that condemneth? It is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us.
"In the name of our lord Jesus Christ I command you, demon, OUT"
It's not really that hard, more about the feeling, you really have to commit.
The will try & deceive the heck outta you, but just stick with it.
Usually takes days or weeks to finish.
i already said this, but gave a more detailed explanation, since most people don't get the basics of why it's:
>"In the name of our lord Jesus Christ I command you, demon, OUT"
Exactly! The best advise I ever got from a spirit guide was "Tell the [demons] they are equal and worthy creations under the All/God." This usually calms any particularly prickly spirit its wings.
I just wanted to briefly hijack your thread to vent. See, I have these spooky friends who are right into ouija, and they all have these bullshit little rules for their seances that they've accumulated from popular movies, television, and the first five results on Google.
1. "lol just ask the spirit to leave"
2. "we're more powerful because we're alive"
3. "omg neva break da circle"
Seriously, you ouija cunts are unsubstantiated morons.
1. You're not a fucking ghost buster, you arrogant cunts. It requires years of training to be able to control incorporeal entities.
2. You're less powerful because you're grounded in the physical plane. Your soul is anchored to your meat sack.
3. There is no fucking rules to ouija. Whatever the fuck you're talking to doesn't care about etiquette or rituals, you superstitious fuck.
I'm sorry, but nothing pisses me off more than normies trying to be spiritual.
no, the christian bible
it all stemmed from my research into common law and the court systems.
turns out they are modeled after the celestial courts.
>the law and kingship was handed down from heaven, according to all of the history books
Providence i believe.