Sunday, March 3, 2013

#522 - Astrologers respond to discovery of demon-astrology connection

Having made a connection between demonic activity and astrology [read ASTROLOGY | Is there a correlation between demonic activity and astrology?], specifically, that the same kind of demonic activity always occurs during the same astrological event, I contacted 142 astrologers nationwide to see if anyone else has made this connection, and whether they could add to my findings in any way.
NOTE | To clarify, I'm not claiming to have made a connection between demons and astrology; that's assumed by astrology itself. Rather, I have showed what two of the specific connections are, for all that that is worth.
Here's the message I sent by e-mail:
I am contacting astrologers around the country to allow them an opportunity to advance their chosen field of study by helping me understand more fully the connection between specific astrological events and certain kinds of demonic activity.
If I'm successful, I will publish my findings to my blog about demons that plague the Bay Area of Northern California. It is the most comprehensive collection of media and information on demons that has ever existed; and, in its first year, it garnered nearly an eight of a million page views. There are over 500 posts, many of which show real demons and the like in photos and on video. In some posts, you can even hear them talking.
This blog is essentially my collection of notes, which I add to as I suffer along with everyone else. In other words, I'm learning as I go, and I'm sharing my knowledge with others in the same boat I am.
Here's what I've learned that may be of interest to you:
A definitive correlation between specific moon phases and an increase in activity of certain varieties of demons has been established. For example, it was determined that hobgoblin demons always appear—along with their 'stylized eights'—at or near the moon's first quarter.
For the demon-possessed, there seems to be a peak in their ability to access the abilities and powers of their inner demons whenever their sun signs ingress or egress a new house of the zodiac.
Once you've seen my work, I'd love your feedback, plus any similar information you may have acquired for yourself in the course of your career.
Many thanks!
The astrologers who responded all contradicted a fact the subject of their professions considers irrefutable: that everything that happens under the stars falls within the purview of astrology.

Still, this astrologer suggested that the notion that demons have a connection to astrology just like everything else, e.g., humans, Jesus' birth, etc., was too absurd to be anything but a joke. In her reply to my e-mail above, she wrote:
There's nothing unscientific about the data I present, although some might consider it incredulous that another could make a discovery like the demon-astrology one
My response was that my e-mail was anything but a joke, and was based on my belief that, no matter how transparent a demon's cloak, it will never be so invisible as to escape the purview of the stars:
You asked if I was kidding; I'm not. 
I can understand your need to ask that question after reading my e-mail again, in that it seems that I'd assumed the recipients were already familiar with my blog and its subject matter, and that they were comfortable with it. I guess I'm used to only talking with persons in-the-know, and I am a bit beleaguered these days with the demon problem itself.
On top of that, I assumed my own homegrown demonic nomenclature was ubiquitous by now. What's a hobgoblin demon, I'm sure many asked themselves, and why would he think I'd even want to know? [see What does a hobgoblin demon look like? at if you want to know]. 
Let me try to correct those mistakes with a simpler explanation: I have a lot of videos showing demonic activity, each having enough similarities with others so that groups can be formed. 
For example, every video showing a 'hobgoblin demon' could be grouped as 'hobgoblin videos.' If the group is large enough, you can then use other data pertaining to the video to deduce other facts about hobgoblin demons besides what they look like. 
This is, in fact, what I did last year, which led to the discovery of a connection to the times they appear using the dates the videos were made (they come and go; they're not always around) and the occurrence of the moon's first quarter. 
It wasn't a natural question that preceded all others; it's just that I happened to notice that every time they attacked, there was a crescent moon that same night. 
As it turns out, they use the shape of the crescent moon as part of their "logo," which they recreate out of any wire or cord or what-have-you in the places you frequent right before they attack. 
Anyway, that's what led me to look for an astrology connection (the science of planets, etc.). I would not have done so otherwise. 
SIDENOTE | The other part of the logo is the number eight. I tried to make a connection to numerology; but, I couldn't, which shows that not every hunch works out. 
Recently, and on a whim, I decided to create another group of videos from my collection, this time, all videos of me showing signs of demonic possession, i.e., any video in which my face is superimposed by that of a demon. Then, I looked up the date of each video on an astrological calendar, writing down each event for those days. A comparison of each days' events showed that my sun sign entered/exited a house of the zodiac no more than a day before the videos were made, if not on that same day.
Because I make videos every time a demon rears its ugly head over my ugly head, I can reasonably conclude that my inner demon's ability to express itself increases during sun sign house-transits (that, or my resistance to being possessed is inactive). 
Either way, being possessed of a demon does more than make you Halloween costume party-ready, it also yields abilities in you that usually only demons possess [read about the fortune-telling slave girl in the Book of Acts, for an example]. So, with this information, I can now predict when I may have such abilities, which, over time, are proving to be useful as a defense against demons. I know when to practice, and I know when to attack. 
It was after this second correlation was made that I discovered that astrology plays a role in demonic activity. I wouldn't have thought so before; demons seem more about science than magical arts, especially hobgoblin demons. 
That's why, up to now, the hobgoblin demon-moon phase correlation was pure science to me because a lunar calendar can be used for that, too. It was only on a hunch that I tried using an astrology calendar—not on the mistaken belief that all things magical must go together. I'm neither naive nor uneducated nor unthinking. 
Glad I tried it and found success, though, even though I don't have the slightest idea as to what I can do with these two pieces of information in a way that will provide immediate relief for me and others like me. 
But, more information like this might bring us there, and I know where to start to get that information—astrology.
By contacting astrologists like you, I had hoped to:
  1. advance your knowledge in your chosen field with this interesting information;
  2. get any similar information you may have already discovered; and,
  3. advise you that, while demons are scary, and I would never have associated astrology with them before—even while many Bible-thumping preachers do—it would appear that there is to some degree. 
Anyway, if you have questions, I desperately want to know how an astrologer thinks about things like this. So, feel free to ask anything, anytime.
This astrologist also balked at the incredulous claim that there exists a connection between demons and astrology, as if demons were holy, and not subject to the stars like the rest of Creation:
I doubt this astrologer wishes I wouldn't do this blog less than I wish I didn't have to
This statement reflects a common misunderstanding that comes from my approach to tackling life's problems, which is to embrace them fully. If this astrologer had read my blog, he would not assume that I would make this a choice if writing and publishing caused (or exacerbated) the problem, nor would anyone else.
NOTE | If that erroneous assumption came from his experience with those who do embrace demons and think they have a choice now that they have, I can understand his anger; those people are an arrogant lot, and it's angering to see pride on the face of these foolish people, which is always followed by their trademark expression of disdain for others.
I answered accordingly:
I wish I were not in that situation. A blog may not be the most obvious solution to my problem; but, taking notes while in a problem such as this can definitely be an important part of solving it. (Of course, that's true for any problem.)
Sharing those notes with the world—i.e., the demons' playground—is the only responsible thing to do, considering that lives are at stake.
If my blog comes off as anything different than my collection of notes, I'd be surprised to see how, especially given the number, types, and severity of injuries I've personally reported, which underscore the serious and undesirable nature of the problem.
Instead of yielding to the irrefutable point I made, he then insinuated that I've somehow claimed astrology explains my situation, a claim that would be illogical to make:
Showing that related videos were made on dates having the same (or a similar) astrological event was never intended to provide an explanation for any problem I have; it would be illogical to think that a correlation between the two could help those possessed by demons or a world under their thumb
No victim of demonic possession or ritualistic abuse by demons and their followers need an explanation for them, nor would one suffice; but, rather than pointing out that obvious fact, I reiterated to this astrologer the same as the previous, specifically, that astrology is supposedly related to everything under the stars:
I didn't say it did; and, astrology has everything to do with everything in this Universe. Nothing is excepted.
Not resisting the logic of my argument, the astrologer next accused me of something called demon thinking, and again insinuated that I am somehow infatuated with the entities that are literally torturing me day and night, and that I am trying to make my imaginary problem more fantastical than it already is by making some sort of illusory connection between demons and astrology:
Some would say that thinking like a demon may not be all that bad of an idea in a problem like mine
My response just says what I've said before: the connection was an accidental discovery, which is useless to me at this time. I'm not even optimistic for its use in the future, quite frankly.

A third astrologer also blamed choice-making for demonic involvement in my life, which is disproved in my case by those who benefit from their relationship with my demons, an argument the Bible clearly refutes [see READER | Why are demons following you? Is it because you're a bad person?; see also READER | Did you bring demonic possession on yourself somehow?]:
I point out the error in one's thinking that those who claim to have a demon problem are inept at recognizing the real factors that are the roots of life's difficulties—a seemingly common error, which I now think is actually an mocking insult from those who know better
None of that helped; rather, it terrifies me to think that a human can think so illogically. As a race, we're doomed if this type of thinking prevails. Instead of saying this, I simply point out that the choices he thinks an adult could make that would bring demons upon him are not likely the same that a five-year-old child would (or could) make, therefore negating that argument with a third irrefutable fact, specifically, that this problem began at age five for me:
My dealings are as non-optional now as they were when I was five.
I'm not saying that any choice I've subsequently made cannot be used for evil by demons, in that demons have developed ways of using stigmas and prejudices to convince people to hurt others, while making victims feel responsible for and deserving of the demon- and/or demon-person-caused injuries that ensue.

Holding fast to the blame game, this astrologer's argument shifted blame to choice-making from a past life; apparently, karma is considered a safe place to put an arguments one doesn't want to lose on logic:
If it cannot be established that your life's choices caused your demon problem, then, for some astrologers,  that means it was your past life's choices that caused it, which means you're screwed, and to leave them alone
I'm surprised at how many people suspect (or know) that someone has a problem like this, and doesn't just wish them the best; it's as if blame and shame will somehow differentiate them from the victim, and protect them from having the same problem. Every human is a victim of demonic activity, directly—even the ones who think (or look like) they are not. The difference comes in one's awareness of it, and the kind of activity inflicted upon them by demons. When you blame someone for being overtly affected by demons, you're taking a demon's word for it that the person is to blame for it, not God's. You may see a connection between what a demon says about persons they afflict, but that is absolutely arbitrary according to the Bible.

Of course, trying to convince anyone who actually talks and listens to demon of this usually works better for me when I simply point out that the demon problem I face is shared by many people, all of whom describe it in the same way, and some of whom have their own photos and videos sporting the same tell-tale characteristics of demonic activity as mine do. It also helps to point out that, just as they have likely witnessed, not everyone is, in fact, all that bothered by demonic activity. In fact, I could say that "wide is the path that leadeth unto destruction; but, instead, I said this:

I don't believe it is only my problem; and, I don't believe every one sees it as a problem for them. 
Regardless, whether I could solve the problem was not at issue; I simply stated that it looks like some demons do some things by an astrology calendar 
Then, I asked astrologers to shed light on, add to, and proffer possible explanations for.
Astrology is never a "solution" to any problem, anyway; it's a tool—maybe—in combination with other tools. 
So, anyway, I definitely didn't mean to confuse or upset you with my data. Because it's right there to see for yourself, I didn't think by sharing it I could anger anyone. 
The demon-astrology connection could not be a solution, and I'd never brag about having created one before having enacted that solution until every single demon was exorcized from every person afflicted by possession. It's an observation of fact. Nothing more.

I intend to send another round of notifications of these findings, this time, taking greater care in my wording. Here's what I'll be sending:

Dear [astrologer], 
As distasteful as the subject of demons may be, we know that everything that happens under the stars has a connection of some kind to astrology, and that this science is about identifying those connections. 
I recently made use of my exposure to the demonic plague now afflicting the Bay Area of Northern California to ascertain that certain kinds of demonic activity always occur during specific astrological events. 
This information may not be useful or practical; but, as scientists of a sort, astrologists would never toss any piece of information related to their chosen field of study and profession of choice. 
As so, I'm happy to share my findings with you, which can be found online at:
I hope you don't mistake my claim as one that suggests that demons and astrology are related, as some astrologers have [see]: 
That's not a question, and nor would that be a solution to any problem I (or others) face, even if it were somehow a fact. I'm simply saying that you can time certain events on earth to specific astrological ones. 
See, not such a stretch, is it? 
Anyway, enjoy my findings, and thanks in advance for any feedback you may have! 
James Alan Bush
(408) 569-1634
2967 Sherbrooke Way
San Jose, California 95127