Sunday, December 9, 2012
Spirits Need Photographs
Hello there again. Your friendly neighborhood Sorcerer has some advice for you folks. Yeah I’m a jolly friggin’ mood as I HATE this time of year in a very big way. So bear with me...
Many of you reading this have this silly ass notion that Spirits whether they’re some random fey, ghost or even God/dess are all powerful like Aladdin’s Djinni legend was supposed to be. Well they’re not. Sorry to burst your bubble but that’s the truth of the matter.
Can they work miracles? At times. Will they help you? Depends on the situation and their attitude towards you. For instance if you’re an obnoxious clod who simply calls on them to bail your fat ass out of hot water, then the odds are stacked against you. However if you’ve been working with this Spirit for some time now, there is a chance they will.
“But Moloch, such and such says otherwise” - oh really? Ever think that such and such is blowing smoke up your ass just to make you feel better? Hell mostly Xians are the dimwits who think Jesus and Yahweh are all powerful. Uh-uh. (But it’s okay to let them think they are)
There are a lot of factors involved in whether a request gets A) answered and B) the answer you seek. Factors such as what you programmed into your own life just prior to being birthed has a lot to do with things. There are some lessons - even painful ones - that we need to learn and asking the Gods to help us avoid them will result in no response.
One of the silliest things I get asked a lot is to ‘pray for such & such’ for instance like Joe Blow. Pardon me? I don’t know Joe Blow do you have a photograph of him? No? How do you expect any Spirit to find Joe Blow? Do you think the Spirit will enter your mind, see Joe’s face and then go off to heal him? Doesn’t work that way.
Xians have this silly notion that their ‘God’ can fix anything and knows everything. No one knows everything. I don’t care if Jesus said he knows everything (which he never did) it’s a downright lie. Further there are lots of names that are common like John, Joe, Steve, Richard, Alan, Frank and then the surnames like Jones, Smith, Miller, Goldman, Yoder, Johnson and so on.
Think about it for a moment. You’re a Spirit who has been asked to help ‘Joseph B. Smith’ in NYC. Okay you ask WHICH Joseph B. Smith? What does he look like? Where does he live? How old is he? What is his birth date? You need some details to pinpoint WHO Joseph B. Smith is.
But people ignorantly (or stupidly) expect Spirits to automatically know that ‘my friend, Joseph B. Smith needs prayer for healing’. Really? How much of a friend is he if you don’t have a current mug shot of him? Gimme a break already. I’m not the only one who thinks prayer requests via name is silly - Spirits do as well.
How are Spirits supposed to find the exact person you are asking for help with? Again are you mistakenly believing that Gods are omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent? If so you’re mistaken. WAY mistaken. Yahweh isn’t - He says so in the Bible. Jesus never said he was any of these things. Neither do the Greeks, Norse, Aztec and so on.
Frankly, a Spirit CAN help or hinder a person if there's a photograph of them and no name or date of birth known. The photograph is plenty as it shows them. You should clearly have one of their face not with a helmet on or anything that obstructs the view. If the guy wears an eye patch all the time, then that's fine but a welding helmet or a full faced motorcycle helmet over their head will not suffice.
Again if a Spirit claims to be omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent, then take that with a HUGE grain of salt before you buy into it. It’s utter nonsense.