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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #15 on: October 21, 2008, 06:05:27 PM »
It would be an interesting chase none the less, what I was referring to mainly was cities in moderate, temperate climate zones, statistics show colder places have higher suicide rates, and not all suicides in warmer weather are suicides.

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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #16 on: October 22, 2008, 04:31:58 AM »
If you read the first post in to hunt a demon LE gives some interesting perspectives on demons, tracking, and hunting them.

are you referring to http://www.monstrous.com/forum/index.php?topic=6248.0? if so i have read it a few times over and while its very interesting its not exactly practicle
From the posts people have made in this forums they sound like they have had first had and numerous experiences with demons, yet no one mentions how they started or how they track demons let alone how they identify what demon they are and give no specifications on how they combat them (apart from exorcism ritual which from past experiences requires more then one preist and a number of helpers who have been properly blessed)

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there are many more i can point out, but generally people in that post talk like they had some kind of experience.
I am not a skeptic of a critic or anything but its hard to hunt something without knowing where to start let alone what to look for and this kind of things don't all on to your lap every second day of the week, so the question still stands how did you all track down what you hunt?

The experiences I had were brought about because I knew a friend who was into black magic and summonings. Plus you have to think regionally. Deep in the bible belt would be a good place to look cause demons are naturally attracted to the religious fanatics there. Kind of like flies to shyte  :lol:  Check online for unusual stories and/or communities specifically dedicated to this. However, as so many have warned in this thread this is real stuff....real bad stuff. You might wish you never found what you were looking for and I highly recommend against it.
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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #17 on: October 22, 2008, 05:07:31 AM »
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.Deep in the bible belt would be a good place to look cause demons are naturally attracted to the religious fanatics there. Kind of like flies to shyte 


Or maybe the relatively greater odds of alleged demonic activity being reported in this particular region is simply a reflection of the fact that the extremely religious inhabitants of these parts are simply more inclined to ascribe supernatural causes to problems that may have a perfectly mundane origin? Just my two cents as to why socially conservative states may appear to be more vulnerable to suspected demonic hauntings than their more liberal neighbours elsewhere in the U.S. 

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and not all suicides in warmer weather are suicides

I'm sorry, but the last part of your statement was a little hard to follow. By ''all suicides'' , do you actually mean all alleged suicides? Thanks.
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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #18 on: October 22, 2008, 05:35:24 AM »
Or maybe the relatively greater odds of alleged demonic activity being reported in this particular region is simply a reflection of the fact that the extremely religious inhabitants of these parts are simply more inclined to ascribe supernatural causes to problems that may have a perfectly mundane origin? Just my two cents as to why socially conservative states may appear to be more vulnerable to suspected demonic hauntings than their more liberal neighbours elsewhere in the U.S. 

You do have a point, but you have to know that American Protestants are extremely skeptical of things that exist outside of their religion, and even quite a few things mentioned in the Bible. Most Christians, even in extremely religiously conservative areas, upon seeing something paranormal, are more likely to believe they're seeing things than to instantly blame it on demons, if only because the Bible doesn't acknowledge the existence of giant hairy carnivorous monsters or they simply feel safer believing that stuff like that doesn't happen. There are the rare few that are zealous to the point of being almost witch-hunters, but those are definitely the minority.
I actually personally know a man, who is extremely zealous and conservative in his Christian beliefs, that had an encounter with a UFO. It blew his mind, and even being the superstitious man he is, he just couldn't grasp for a long time what had happened. I can imagine many people in the South would feel the same way toward unexplained sightings and experiences, especially concerning sightings of dark beings mentioned nowhere in the Christian Bible.
Being the open-minded person I am, I definitely would give credibility to the idea that the psychic disruption caused by the strange and dark history of the American South might make it susceptible to many different, unconnected, independant paranormal phenomena, which is an occurence often noticed by paranormal researchers and investigators.

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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #19 on: October 22, 2008, 05:53:59 AM »

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I can imagine many people in the South would feel the same way toward unexplained sightings and experiences, especially concerning sightings of dark beings mentioned nowhere in the Christian Bible.


So anything out of the ordinary that occurs is likely to provoke a search for an explanation that will be scientific rather than supernatural or religious in nature?

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Being the open-minded person I am, I definitely would give credibility to the idea that the psychic disruption caused by the strange and dark history of the American South might make it susceptible to many different, unconnected, independant paranormal phenomena, which is an occurence often noticed by paranormal researchers and investigators


I found the last part of what you said to be especially interesting.  Are you suggesting that due to certain historical events in the South, it has become a lure if you will, for various kinds of paranormal activity? Thanks
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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #20 on: October 22, 2008, 06:10:43 AM »
So anything out of the ordinary that occurs is likely to provoke a search for an explanation that will be scientific rather than supernatural or religious in nature?

Doubtful. More than anything it is likely to be hushed up, and thus become the kind of legend people are afraid to talk about.

I found the last part of what you said to be especially interesting.  Are you suggesting that due to certain historical events in the South, it has become a lure if you will, for various kinds of paranormal activity? Thanks

Perhaps. In the study of the paranormal, locales that have a history of violence are more likely to be paranormal "hotspots". Whether it's the collective energy of the violence that has caused this, or whether the violence is a result of the reality disturbance, I don't know, and that's something that is heavily debated amonst researchers of the unknown.

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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #21 on: October 22, 2008, 03:28:01 PM »
@blowfly,
yes I meant alleged suicides, or in other words murders made out to look like suicides, accidental drug o.d.'s....etc

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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #22 on: February 21, 2009, 12:32:05 PM »
some demons are harder to track than others, a lot of demons like to take human form or poses humans where as others prefer to stay pure.
and some demons you don't want to find, even if you are an experienced hunter.
the main problem to finding a demon is they are like all other species, they can adapt  to help them survive, this is one of the reasons they have lasted so long. some people can feel the ora of some demons, but others can feed a false sence into you to keep you off there tracks.
never chase a demon unless you know how to handle it if things turn nasty, you might think all demons are the same and there fore they can all be stoped the same way, WRONG demons in one way are like humans in the term they are all different. we have humans that are stronger and faster than others, so do demons.

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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #23 on: February 22, 2009, 01:29:00 PM »
i wont go into detail about a lot of what i know about demons-it would take to long. however, if you are interested in some of what i know, you can feel free to message me any time. one way to tell if a demon has been in a building recently is that they will leave a bit of sulfur at the foot of the place where they entered. maybe its a line at the foot of a door. maybe at the base of a window. just an interesting tidbit o' knowledge
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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #24 on: March 15, 2009, 06:34:02 PM »
The best advice you can get is to find someone near you, where you live. Who has personal knowledge, &, or, experience. Getting info on the web, & hands on experience, just does not compare. No matter how much info anyone can give, it will just not prepare you.

Don't think I am trying to discourage you however. If you have a passion for this, then best of luck.
Agreed ....it is some thing that will seek you, you cannot as much as you may want to seek it..Just does not work that way...
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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #25 on: March 16, 2009, 03:28:16 AM »
Seems that if you are to track a demon, you had better for sure know what to do with it once you find it? I am not sure I am convinced they exist but from this forum people seem pretty sure.

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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #26 on: March 24, 2009, 08:48:23 PM »
You shouldn't try to hunt a demon just to learn about them. I suggest getting in contact with professional ghost hunters or Exorcists. They are out there and can be found with many churches. They useally take a scientific route though so... I think its the right move because a lot of accounts of demonic possesion are people with mental illnesses or they have suffered a traumatic experience. But sometimes it is real. The problem with the spiritual realm intermixing with the natural world is that they don't leave anything for us to study.
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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #27 on: June 22, 2009, 08:53:08 PM »
why does everyone hate demons????
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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #28 on: June 29, 2009, 01:28:16 PM »
why does everyone hate demons????

a very good question in deed. Firstly because they hate and torment us. Secondly, if you believe in God or whatever they are suppose to lead us astray from that path. Thirdly, if you believe in the order of creation or hierarchy demons are the lowest creatures on the chain. Forth, they are pests and bring out the worst in us by manipulating our minds and emotions. The list goes on and on and on...

however, I have heard of a story that God actually uses demons to posses people to get people on the path, which i find fasicinating.

But to conclude and go back to the original topic of tracking demons, I suggest you shouldn't. But if you must the best way is to become a professional ghost hunter. They run into them occasionally (most of the time though they let professional demonologists deal with them). Otherwise, it is difficult to hunt them because they hunt the ones who don't want to be hunted. Oh I would like to rant that people can't just up and become demon hunters because it's unsafe both to you, your friends, family, and co-workers because if you get a demon following you they will hurt those around as well, even though their intent is you, but what is better than to hurt or disrupt those who mean something or are worth something to you. I would also like to say that a demonologist is not some person who just reads about it. They have actually had experience in dealing with these beings.

Last thing, I can't remember who said it but the question was why is there such a fasination about demons? Because simply they are evil and basically the 'bad ass' sterotype fasinates us. Kind of like gore. We want to know about it and see it but don't want to actually incounter it. However, this is not for everyone. Some have to deal with them because we were meant to and have the power to do so, even if we don't want anything to do with it. Another reason why people are fasinated by demons is because of the mysterousness to it. We have been taught so little about it that we thrive for knowledge. We didn't get our fill at the garden of eden, with the fall of the angels, or with the emergence of science! We strive for knowledge so that we can become greater beings and obtain oneness with God. Which is interesting the thing that got us into trouble is the only way out.
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Re: To track a demon?
« Reply #29 on: June 29, 2009, 05:36:35 PM »
As with most aspects of the paranormal most people become intrested/involved due to personal experience. If you want to track demons to try to understand why they do what they do, there isn't any need. It's just what they do. Asking why demons torment people is like asking why termites eat wood, it's what they were made to do. Rave's theory intrests me, it's similar to the solution thought of in Nightmare on Elm Street series on how to get rid of Freddy or the common solution most adults give to kids with bully problems "ignore it & it will go away" It also follows the theory that acknowledging something gives it power. If you are really meant to track these beings, they will seek you out don't go looking for them. Study all you can but always be careful.