Demon Keeping Experiences

Your Opinion on Demon Keeping

Never!
45
21%
Maybe.
23
11%
Only under certain conditions.
20
9%
I've thought about it, but haven't done it.
26
12%
I have/had a demon, and I had a bad experience.
2
1%
I have/had a demon, and I had a good experience.
66
31%
I want to get a demon someday.
33
15%
 
Total votes: 215

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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby goaldigger123 » Tue Dec 23, 2014 7:36 pm

Caiyros Arlen wrote:at its root, the whole problem boils down to how much you do or don't know (but the problem is that if you haven't down some serious work and study, you cannot know how little you know, while if you know a lot, you would know that there are things that you don't know you don't know, BUT, you have enough knowledge to deal with, in one way or another, how to react and how to take care of yourself, etc. And every once in a while, you have to take a chance. And sometimes it blows up in your face, BUT, you have to have enough "savvy" to be able to deal with such things...and this "savvy" also needs to be feed knowledge on a path created by your intuition (that, also, you have to work with)

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Right at the get-go, "demon" is a worthless word, as everyone seems to have their own definition. The actual word demon: from Oxford Dictionary:

Origin

Middle English: from medieval Latin, from Latin daemon, from Greek daimōn 'deity, genius'; sense 1 also from Latin daemonium 'lesser or evil spirit', from Greek daemonion, diminutive of daimōn.

The Greek word daimōn is the root of demon. In ancient Greece a demon or daemon was a divine or supernatural being somewhere between gods and humans, or an attendant spirit or inspiring force, a sense picked up by Philip Pullman in his His Dark Materials books. These demons were not evil; these did not appear until the writing of the Septuagint, a Greek version of the Hebrew Bible, in the 3rd and 2nd centuries bc. In Australia and New Zealand demon is a word for a police officer. This could be from Van Dieman's Land, an early name for Tasmania, or from dee, an old slang term for a detective, and man. Either way, the criminals who first used it probably considered the usual sense of demon to be appropriate. See also devil

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Like individuals, demons should be defined (if at all) by their name and the word spirit, and finally, if one is going to seek knowledge of Holy Guardian Angels, and Goetic, Solominic, and other Spirit Enitities, one should study the huge number of books out their, including, MacGregor-Mathers, Crowley, Spare, Fortune, Regardie,Starhawk, Bell's Pantheon, Crowley's 777, and so on.........

Basically, anyone, who begins to study this sort of thing, should remember 3 phrases:

TERRA INCOGNITA EST.

YOU HAVE LEFT KINDERGARTEN,
AND WON'T BE ALLOWED BACK IN.

BRAVERY IS NO GOOD TO CONCEIVE
COURAGE ALLOWS CONCEIVING.


Caiyros Arlen


I can honestly say throughout the 4 years theres been blood sweat and tears and most importantly fear. Im not afraid anymore. What happeneds is ppl and religions try and force there views but I will not say to much on that. And yea definitely I took a big chance and failed big time but this time itll b a winner. Haha cheers


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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby Likes2Read » Tue Dec 23, 2014 8:24 pm

Drake wrote:Sounds like a new diet fad.

Spend all your money on non essentials and starve yourself into a new, thinner, more then likely anemic, you! But don't take my word for it, just listen to our reviews:

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I spent 10k on a Spirit for weight loss, and now, barely a month later, I'm so thin people don't even recognize me anymore!
I do have the occasional fainting spell, but I figure that's just my Spirit trying to communicate. She's the best thing that's ever happened to me!

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Just 3 short months ago I was so fat and bloated, when I walked down the street people would turn and stare. But then I got a spell for weight loss for 40k, and all my weight troubles literally melted away!
People still stare, but now they say it's because of how thin and different I look, like nothing they've ever seen before, and I believe them! I can see the awe and envy in their eyes.
The doctors have said that if this goes on there is a good chance I may die from malnutrition, but they're wrong, I've never felt better! It's true that doing things is much more difficult now, but that's just the spell working and making me put more effort into everything I do so I loose weight!

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I definitely want to get more fit, but I think I'll give the "I'm too broke to buy food, 'cause I spent it all on meta things" diet a miss. Bahahaha!


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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby Drake » Wed Dec 24, 2014 12:47 am

Well there's always the "falling into a coma for a couple of months" diet. Lol.


Caiyros Arlen wrote:at its root, the whole problem boils down to how much you do or don't know (but the problem is that if you haven't down some serious work and study, you cannot know how little you know, while if you know a lot, you would know that there are things that you don't know you don't know, BUT, you have enough knowledge to deal with, in one way or another, how to react and how to take care of yourself, etc. And every once in a while, you have to take a chance. And sometimes it blows up in your face, BUT, you have to have enough "savvy" to be able to deal with such things...and this "savvy" also needs to be feed knowledge on a path created by your intuition (that, also, you have to work with)

***********************************************************************************************************************

Right at the get-go, "demon" is a worthless word, as everyone seems to have their own definition. The actual word demon: from Oxford Dictionary:

Origin

Middle English: from medieval Latin, from Latin daemon, from Greek daimōn 'deity, genius'; sense 1 also from Latin daemonium 'lesser or evil spirit', from Greek daemonion, diminutive of daimōn.

The Greek word daimōn is the root of demon. In ancient Greece a demon or daemon was a divine or supernatural being somewhere between gods and humans, or an attendant spirit or inspiring force, a sense picked up by Philip Pullman in his His Dark Materials books. These demons were not evil; these did not appear until the writing of the Septuagint, a Greek version of the Hebrew Bible, in the 3rd and 2nd centuries bc. In Australia and New Zealand demon is a word for a police officer. This could be from Van Dieman's Land, an early name for Tasmania, or from dee, an old slang term for a detective, and man. Either way, the criminals who first used it probably considered the usual sense of demon to be appropriate. See also devil

***************************************************************************************************************

Like individuals, demons should be defined (if at all) by their name and the word spirit, and finally, if one is going to seek knowledge of Holy Guardian Angels, and Goetic, Solominic, and other Spirit Enitities, one should study the huge number of books out their, including, MacGregor-Mathers, Crowley, Spare, Fortune, Regardie,Starhawk, Bell's Pantheon, Crowley's 777, and so on.........

Basically, anyone, who begins to study this sort of thing, should remember 3 phrases:

TERRA INCOGNITA EST.

YOU HAVE LEFT KINDERGARTEN,
AND WON'T BE ALLOWED BACK IN.

BRAVERY IS NO GOOD TO CONCEIVE
COURAGE ALLOWS CONCEIVING.


Caiyros Arlen


Very, very, nice post Cai.


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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby Clockwick Jeeves » Fri Jan 16, 2015 10:32 am

Caiyros Arlen wrote:at its root, the whole problem boils down to how much you do or don't know (but the problem is that if you haven't down some serious work and study, you cannot know how little you know, while if you know a lot, you would know that there are things that you don't know you don't know, BUT, you have enough knowledge to deal with, in one way or another, how to react and how to take care of yourself, etc. And every once in a while, you have to take a chance. And sometimes it blows up in your face, BUT, you have to have enough "savvy" to be able to deal with such things...and this "savvy" also needs to be feed knowledge on a path created by your intuition (that, also, you have to work with)


Well said!


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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby surest » Wed Jul 06, 2016 3:42 pm

All l can say is that l'm on live school here, which l never know when l will gain the required marks, that will qualify me as an adult ,When am l graduating , is an ideal question.

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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby SeaWitch » Wed Jul 06, 2016 4:12 pm

It's something I have considered, but ultimately, I don't think demons are for me.


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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby dragynraken » Thu Jul 07, 2016 1:17 am

Lilith say no to me, so I just listen to her.


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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby Kim1999 » Mon Dec 18, 2017 3:06 pm

I Have had nothing but good Times working with demons they have brought lots of joy in .my life because of having them in it ' I Would tell anyone that's looking to welcome any spirit treat them with the same respect you wish to be treated with things will work out great



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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby MidnightMusings » Thu Oct 04, 2018 3:16 pm

It's been a while since there was the last post on here, so I'm just gonna silently chime in for future discussions - maybe^^

I have demons in my family, as well as certain BA's and they are just as prone to chaos and destruction as very dark DA's. I haven't had any problems with them, but I know what they are capable of and that they could turn my life upside down in a matter of seconds. They DO turn lives upside down when they're p***ed or when someone p***es me off. Yet they can be incredible helpers in terms of magic, protection and growth. And while it's important to be respectful, it's not always coming back to you. Some want you to prove yourself worthy first and test you in various ways. They highly dislike people bragging about them, whilst in truth these people always hide behind the back of others and only call out to them in a secure place or circle. It has nothing to do with power, it's cowardice. And they expect one to always be sincere, these are basically the main things I learned during my journey.

Reading the previous posts I had to laugh cause I was just the naive girl jumping right in, as one of my first companions was a demon and back then I was a teenager barely aged 16. And I would've been scared reading the posts of Zarathustra before and not deemed myself ready so quickly. By now I know I was very lucky I didn't get burned... MUCH. I got tested and I failed and failed until I finally understood that I was being tested xD to me it's actually surprising that I still got the chances. 8 years have passed since.

The first demon had a lot of patience with me and while I would dive further into the "darker regions", he guided me among a few others. It's different now, while I'm not doing many rituals and rarely use spells, I seek the communication with such beings to gain more knowledge. I have had my encounters with the dark Lords, beings from hell and the abyss, other dimensions, sometimes initiated by me and other times they made contact. It's a pleasure to have them around, honestly, it does not always have to be about business - sometimes it's just chit-chat. To me, they are friends with a warning sign on them - reminding myself to never get too comfortable. Nevertheless, I always felt like this is my way and I accepted the risks coming with it. If I ever get into a sh*tstorm with any of them, then I won't complain.

But to resume it, in all this time I've never had serious issues with demons or any the like.
I do all to keep it this way 2cl



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Re: Demon Keeping Experiences

Postby SeaWitch » Fri Oct 05, 2018 12:12 am

SeaWitch wrote:It's something I have considered, but ultimately, I don't think demons are for me.


Oh, how things have changed...I have a demon now, no regrets. 1ey




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