Thursday, April 5, 2012

"God gave you AIDS because you deserve it."

Anger is the constant focus of demons, and, in particular, whether how often I feel it and acknowledge it, is the constant concern of the demons I now face. Not only does anger make me more susceptible to making the kinds of mistakes they want me to make, but it also turns my mind into fertile soil for the kinds of destructive thoughts demons want me to think.

But, of most concern, anger separates me from God and man, just as the Bible says:
"And grieve not the Holy Spirit of God, whereby ye are sealed unto the day of redemption. Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice: And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven you." 
— Ephesians 4:30-32
Moreover, studies show that anger can make you sick, another stated goal of the demons and their human collaborators. These portions of a phone call from one person who was working for demons at the time  show an attempt to anger me in the hopes that I may direct my anger towards a future illness, and then blame God for both:

As you can hear from these two excerpts, which were taken from a recorded phone call, the demons and their human collaborators are no slouch when it comes to making people angry.

While this may be discouraging, think of it as a nod to the relevancy and accuracy of the Bible, particularly where it talks about emotions and actions that cause trouble. If I didn't take seriously what the Bible said about the dangers of wrath and anger before, I do now, considering that these emotions are the very same that all demons on the attack generate in their victims.

Shame, exposure angers demons most

An interesting tidbit about demon psychology: playing back a recording of things they have said or reading to them any document that describes any way they have broken the law invariably angers them to the point of action, which may include violence.

This information is useful to me in detecting demonic involvement in human criminal affairs; if I need to uncover human collaborators, I describe crimes other human collaborators have committed online or in court documents, and then watch who moves against me.

Having done this for nearly 6 years,  I am intricately familiar with who—and how—demons are helped in perpetrating injustice.

Stories of how this has worked for me in the past are coming up.