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lomax
09-08-2019, 07:56 PM
I think most of us have heard stories about this place.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_Witch_Cave

This is an extract from Josephine Maccarthy and what she found there.

''The activity of faery beings is very clear in some hauntings, such as the
Bell Witch in Tennessee. A lot of fantasy has slowly been added to that story,
to the point that I was extremely sceptical of the whole situation until I actually went and spent some time in the area around the old house, the local
graveyard, and the cave area. As with all these stories, it is sometimes hard
to spot the truth buried under the fantasy, but this story had enough specific
aspects that are known to be connected with faery activity that I had to go and take a look for myself.

The noises, slapping, pinching, throwing things around, pulling off bedding, touching people, and then talking out loud to them are all signs of a
powerful faery contact, and not of a ghost. Of course, these stories are then
embellished with fantasies like levitating, being stuck to a ceiling, vomiting
porridge, and all the other visuals that Hollywood loves so much.

When I visited the spot, it became immediately apparent as soon as I
got close that this was a very active area energetically. That was the first real
clue: this was not just centred on a house, but a whole area. After spending a day in the area and feeling the beings there for myself, it was very clear that this was no haunting.

What happens with these situations is that when a being gets disturbed or has its territory invaded, or is awoken from a deep sleep by human
activity, or when a line of land/faery beings become hostile to particular
types of humans on their territory, then they surface and start trying to attract attention.
While faery beings do not operate in the same emotional paradigm as While faery beings do not operate in the same emotional paradigm as
humans, and do not live to the same social rules that we do, they are not usually just hostile for no reason: they are often willing to communicate, adjust,and negotiate a little if the humans are willing to respect them and take them into consideration. Usually though, because of the humans’ fear of haunting, which is what they think the contact is, the humans’ response to the first contact (sounds, tapping) is full of fear and aggression (often followed by lots of religious ranting and prayers). This in turn triggers an aggressive response, and it usually degenerates down from there.

Tobi
11-08-2019, 12:21 AM
It is very interesting.

I have often wondered about the possibility that some astral encounters, particularly when just leaving the body, could be encounters with Faerie, rather than negative "entities" as such.

I have had two such experiences. The first was a very special and pleasant silent encounter with a remarkable fascinating "being", whom I am almost 100% certain was a Faerie being.

The second was funnier (I thought) but hurt! When just leaving my body I noticed a little brown grinning curled up humanoid being at the top of my bed. He (I call it "he" because it seemed masculine....but who knows -eh?) -held a stick and promptly knocked me on the (astral)head with it.
The stick hurt, and I turned round to this little man and said "don't you do that again! That hurt!" and wagged a finger at him.
But I had to laugh. It was more mischief than meanness.

Both instances I am almost sure were encounters with Faerie.

lomax
11-08-2019, 05:37 AM
I've read that the first thing that triggered when you start to enter spirituality in general,is the land.
We want angelics and gods,but unfortunately for us,fairies and land beings are more than willing to get our attention,since they were allready there.

lomax
11-08-2019, 09:26 AM
It is very interesting.

I have often wondered about the possibility that some astral encounters, particularly when just leaving the body, could be encounters with Faerie, rather than negative "entities" as such.

I have had two such experiences. The first was a very special and pleasant silent encounter with a remarkable fascinating "being", whom I am almost 100% certain was a Faerie being.

The second was funnier (I thought) but hurt! When just leaving my body I noticed a little brown grinning curled up humanoid being at the top of my bed. He (I call it "he" because it seemed masculine....but who knows -eh?) -held a stick and promptly knocked me on the (astral)head with it.
The stick hurt, and I turned round to this little man and said "don't you do that again! That hurt!" and wagged a finger at him.
But I had to laugh. It was more mischief than meanness.

Both instances I am almost sure were encounters with Faerie.
By the way,i just saw that in her book ''exorcist's handbook''that the cover shows (upper left) a being holdling a stick,ready to hit the woman on the head.
https://www.amazon.com/Exorcists-Handbook-Josephine-McCarthy/dp/193399391X

Seems like myths and tales are not so far from reality.

Tobi
17-08-2019, 12:35 AM
Oh yes! How curious, especially as you just saw this.... That nun is going to be whacked on the head by a pig-like being with a HUGE stick ! LOL!

AbilityMom
01-10-2019, 01:58 AM
You are right if you watch certain types of movies there is a lot of truth behind them.
Look at The Exorcist with Linda Blair but it didn't happen to a girl I happen to an 11 year old boy. And then there's the Amityville Horror a lot of people think that guy was guilty of killing his family, but anybody who has studied enough on the Paranormal or have been through it themselves knows that ghosts and demons mainly negative ghosts my Gable people who are human you are what you what you are in life if you are death oh, that yeah demons can control people it's many stages of possession. And then look at The Conjuring a lot of people think that these movies are just fictional, they don't really know the true Pure Evil that is actually out there. And it's really sad because that's how negative energies like negative Ghost demons Thrive because people continue to be scared or they ignore it which intensifies the situation.