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Let's lecture me on how dangerous demons are and then follow it up with your unfettered belief in the Holy Spirit without acknowledging both are the same thing.
How do I convince you the Holy Spirit is an ethereal, or demon? The answer is I can't. That's something only you can understand when you're ready. The word demon translates to the Greek for "divine inspiration." It was the RCC that picked their demon and made it the Holy Spirit.
This is the hardest pill to swallow. It took me reading all of the accounts of near death experience to see it for myself. You can't believe all demons are evil AND believe in the Holy Spirit at the same time. Both are ethereals. Both were allowed by God. Jesus was a necromancer.
If you could see that we could have a real conversation about the Jesus sacrifice. We could discuss who gets all your prana when you worship his crucifixion. But you'd have to first understand the true nature of The Holy Spirit. That's practically impossible thanks to Hollywood.
This is only a partial list. This doesn't even touch on all the Jewish traditions or Solomon's seal. We have much to discover about the true nature of God's reality.
In ancient Greece, demon spirits were considered divine. Then, Abrahamic religion came. Now, only one spirit is called good. The good spirit is One Lord. One God. One Light. The rest are evil and only here to deceive and destroy you?

And here we are heading to the NWO?
When we call all spirits (demons) evil except one... Aren't we calling our ancestors evil? Aren't we calling spirits who don't know they're dead evil? Aren't we calling the spirit of the forest evil, too?

In psychopathy, this would be called isolating the victim.
If you think I am trying to normalize demonology you're right. King James did it, why can't we?

Did you know he wrote two books?
Demonology = The study of Demons.
Pneumatology = The study of the Holy Spirit.

Both study the logos incarnated in an ethereal.

The Bible is not forgiving when it comes to doubting the Holy Spirit.
Matthew 12:32
"Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but anyone who speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come."
The Bible is not forgiving when it comes to doubting the Holy Spirit.
Mark 3:29
"But whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven; they are guilty of an eternal sin.”
Doubting (questioning belief) in the Holy Spirit is the only unforgivable sin. For eternity.

Jesus calls it an eternal sin, one that never has forgiveness, one that sends a person into eternity to bear his guilt under God’s wrath forever.


Belief is a powerful prana.
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