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I have alway been around the supernatural. Ghosts have alway been in my childhood home (4 to be exact) and the woods surrounding. I recently moved in with my husband who is highly sensitive to the paranormal and some weird instances have been occuring.

I have also began to dabble in the Wiccan arts. I frequently use my pendelum and tarot cards to speak with what my husband has identified as a demon. At first, I was very skeptical about this but as of late I have been having dreams where I 'go on adventures' with someone but I can never remember what they look like. It it just a gray figure. I do know that the demon has never asked for a contract though. It seems as though he just enjoys my company. We have asked him his name before and the response we received was 'Abatu'. For those of you who are familiar with this demon, he is know on the internet as the demon of destruction and often assosciated with sacrifice. Upon my investigation into this demon friend of mine, I have discovered that he is more like a guide for spirits.

Anyways, when we first moved into the apartment we did not have any glass cups. We used plastic because we are quite poor. My mother-in-law acquired some glasses for us and I was quite estatic. But then the glasses began shattering. At first I thought it was because of pressure change and what not but one day I was in the living room and became highly agitated with a friend and the glass just shattered. Over the past three weeks 9 glasses have just shattered. It always happens when I am upset as well. There have also been odd noises throughout our apartment around 4 am some nights too.

The weirdest thing to happen so far though has been tonight. I returned from Wal-mart with my husband and he had been agitating me for awhile then when I was trying to vacuum our room he continued to agitate me! I got mad and left the room to use the restroom but before I closed the bathroom door I heard a shattering noise. My husband was on the opposite side of the bedroom staring at my candle that had shattered.:/

I am not really sure if this is something that is frequent when you are close with a demon or if it is something else but I would truly appreciate any input.

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Anaelyssa (1 stories) (135 posts)
9 years ago (2013-01-11)
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

The term demon comes from the Greek "daimon" or "daemon", which were originally nature spirits or something (wiki it). Just like "satan" is just opposer and "lucifer" is light-giver.

In my opinion "evil" is relative. For example, poison isn't evil inherently. It helps the snake catch its prey. It can end suffering. But if you need to live a bit longer in order to fulfill your will, poison isn't the best thing to encounter. Tigers and lions aren't evil either. There's those stories about friendship between them and select humans. But I wouldn't trust a random tiger not to eat me, especially if I'm trespassing on its own territory or if it's protecting its cubs (in which case the tiger thinks I might be "evil" to it).

I really do think of demons as potentially dangerous, intelligent, wild animals. It's fine to associate with them if you know what you're doing, but they might turn and sting you if you show any weakness or give them a chance. (And this is all my opinion and intuition. I haven't gotten to actually summoning demons yet. Seen some in my dreams though.) Here's a well-known grimoire Btw, I think of angels as horses and of gods as elephants because of their extreme intelligence and greatness. But either one can and will kick you or gore you with tusks if you do something awfully wrong. Anyways, danger is hiding under every rock, but no need to get paranoid about it. Notice how in fairy-tales, it's the selfish older sibling that gets punished, and the selfless, kind youngest singling who gets all the happiness. It's the same fairy or god or spirit bringing misfortune to one and fortune to the other.

Love is the law, love under will.
Thimiz (1 stories) (24 posts)
9 years ago (2013-01-10)
I believe the most important thing is that you feel safe, that in itself should keep you in high frequencies, state of mind. So that whatever it is, it can't *get to you.

I suggest you're capable of handling that which comes into your life, so putting up some boundaries might do the work. Perhaps take some time out each day to communicate with it, and keep it at that. Avoid more connection than the times you specify. Other than that. I wonder if religion came up with the term demon, I personally don't think anything is inherently evil.
Anaelyssa (1 stories) (135 posts)
9 years ago (2013-01-10)
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

A method of finding out the nature of a being from its name is about 3/4 of the way down this page (4th and 3rd paragraphs from end).

I would try to analyze the name for you, but I have not yet studied enough to be able to make such deductions. Especially with any confidence and for someone else.

Love is the law, love under will.
vant (9 posts)
9 years ago (2013-01-10)
I don't really now why, and I am sorry to say this but when I read that name it gave me a chill down my spine for some reason. I have also noticed though reading a lot of peoples stories on this site do that often though. I don't know why though.
Anaelyssa (1 stories) (135 posts)
9 years ago (2013-01-09)
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

Since you're involved with Wicca, perhaps you should see something like this:

Wicca always turned me off because it had all those rituals with candles and incense and the books didn't adequately explain why I should bother with them. Maybe I just didn't find the right book out of all the crap out there, or maybe Wiccans have no idea how to write.

At this point, I'm sure that Wicca is a semi-valid magickal tradition and the only beef I have with it is that its followers don't know that there are other magickal traditions and that initial Wicca was ripped off (or borrowed) from one of them.

So, uhm, continue with Wicca if you want, but please read up on the Golden Dawn and Aleister Crowley, at least a bit. Here's a great book about magick Here's a holy book Here's a list of magickal exercises

Now let me offer some practical advice. I know you're just dabbling, but take at least some basic precautions. I think Wiccans also do the Lesser Banishing Ritual of the Pentagram. Or just imagine some sort of psychic shield or white light around yourself. This should be done especially before reading any pendulum or cards. I would also recommend learning to control your dreams; this usually starts by keeping a dream diary.

Love is the law, love under will.

P.S. I made some assumptions. Assumptions are bad. If you know some clear and logical Wiccan explanation of why magick works or why a rational person should get involved with Wicca, please point it out to me so I can adjust my views accordingly.

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