4 Jan 1997
The Angry One
Happy New Year!
>I've encountered a few spirits who claimed to have lived on some
other planet, and some that seemed to be telepathic UFO-drivers doing "scientific
research" on the human species.
How do you convince ET's to leave their human hosts? Why should they cooperate
with you? Where *do* they fit in the spiritual spectrum?
>The angels do not evaluate "good" and "evil"
precisely as we do.
Can you tell me how they evaluate "good" and "evil?"
>As of now, I am looking more at what members of God's Kingdom actually
can and cannot do, individually and collectively as teams, and less at theories
of what God Himself can and cannot do.
I agree it is vitally important to investigate, study and understand what
members of God's Kingdom can do, especially as a team and/or within community.
I want to know as much about this as I can, because I understand that God's
will is frequently accomplished through members of God's kingdom. But I
do not believe that theories about what God can and cannot do are all we
have. God created light and angels and good teachers like you. God can do
a lot. I still suffer under a lot of bad theology. My erroneous assumptions
concerning God's nature and abilities cause some major trust issues and
interfere with discernment.
>I have a lot of warrior in me -- but these warrior angels are a different
kind of warrior. They do not damage or destroy living things. They use light
in various forms, not as a weapon, but only as a means of restraint.
Interesting, to think that light can restrain living things. I asked you
this question because so many people are convinced that angels use swords
(including Fran who discerns some things quite well, but has blind spots
because of some of her assumptions). If you had told me that these powerful
angelic beings were brandishing 15th century weapons I would have asked
you why they hadn't upgraded to AK47's. (grin) Based upon our conversations
I understood that the only "weapon" the angels were using was
light. But since I'd never seen an angel, with or without a sword, better
>[Concerning a spirit or dark entity that had been around since childhood
and the difficulty I was having expelling it.] The fact that praying for
rescue angels had not worked was why I said that maybe rescue angels are
not what you need to pray for.
And? ... So? ... At this point I was expecting hints. What else should I
have prayed for? (In a minute I'll tell you what I ended up doing.)
>Somehow, I get the feeling that the source of these symptoms thinks
it has a right to be there. Does it seem to be male or female?
Yep. It definitely felt it had a right to be here. I think it was male,
but I'm not sure.
>Yes, not just generalized empathy... there seems to be some other
more personal connection here. Perhaps if you can look *into and through*
the symptoms, you may be able to see a face, or recall an event or events,
relevant to those symptoms.
I worked on this for days. Couldn't get a clearer picture other than possibly
male, determined to stay, threatening, hostile, dangerous. I could not attach
it to any specific event in my present life. I do not know how to recall
past lives so that was not an option for me. I spent a lot of time in prayer.
I had a strong sense that God and his workers were busy, although most of
the time I couldn't put my finger on anything specific. The low-grade fever
developed into 100+ degree temp, badly swollen throat, and flu-like symptoms.
I was sicker than I had been in years.
One night, with a lot of help from God's angels, I got rid of several spirits
that were attached. Among other things I had picked up a really sad one
again (following a Christmas conversation with my mother. I swear she can
transmit those things through the phone!)
Anyway, the week progressed and the battle with the angry one continued.
I was feeling so sick and I couldn't seem to shake this one, no matter how
much I prayed or how hard I concentrated, trying to discern, trying to listen
to God. I finally began to understand that I needed to just "rest in
God." To just sit with God in silence, not asking, not expecting any
specific answer. So one night I got centered, made that uplink, and just
stayed there until I fell asleep. When I woke in the morning the fever and
the angry one were gone. I suspect there is an easier way to expel a bad
guy. But I'm still a beginner.
>Perhaps you might ask for this sequence: warrior angels to encapsulate
that spirit and immobilize it without removing it immediately; inspectors
to help identify what it is; and counselors to speak to it better than you
I tried this. What I sensed was that the inspectors knew what it was, but
they couldn't give me a definition that I could understand. Most likely
it was a problem with my discernment, perhaps an assumption I'm making that
I'm not aware of. I thought perhaps it was a Soul-mind fragment from my
father bent on control/revenge. But I do not understand enough about Soul-mind
fragments to know if one could hang on so tenaciously or cause that severe
an illness. I asked if that's what it was ... learned that one had been
removed, but this was not one.
I feel a need to emphasize again that it seemed so apparent that I was receiving
help all week, and that I was in the middle of a battle. Something about
just resting in God's light -- despite the illness and obvious threat --
was necessary before this thing could finally be removed. (I was also led
to ask for, and received, healing of the damage caused by it.)
>Why should we have to ask for a specific sequence? I was told that
such details were for our education: our conviction that these things are
real, and our understanding of how they work. In many, many cases, I have
been stuck until I asked -- and until I got calm enough to receive -- so
don't feel like the Lone Ranger about that!
Thanks. Sometimes I feel a lot of frustration with this tendency of God
to wait for the "right" words in my prayers. I know it is for
my education. But I don't have God's long view. I'm just naturally short-sighted
about things that are hurting me right now!
I did meet with Fran and another individual for prayer prior to developing
the high temperature. The prayers were helpful, felt like reinforcements,
extra energy. I came back home with a stronger sense of God's loving support.
The prayer team decided that Generational healing would be helpful for my
family. I agreed. My family of origin needs all the prayer they can get.
This is a long process and will give me an opportunity to evaluate the methods
used. So far there is nothing in the books on the subject that seem harmful,
other than an occasional narrow viewpoint.
Results of this week long session of spirit detachment are as follows:
I seem to be completely free of a moderately severe, chronic allergy to
milk products and beef, which I've had for as long as I can remember. I'm
slowly introducing these foods back into my diet, with no symptoms.
A generalized sense of anxiety (that I cannot remember ever being without)
is gone. These two were removed with the first night of prayer.
I seem to be able to feel appropriately angry instead of going numb. And
I no longer explode like a volcano because the anger doesn't build up. This
is significant. I would never allow myself to feel angry because I felt
overwhelming rage instead. The rage is gone. A lot of it disappeared midweek,
and the rest went with the "angry one."
That's it for now. Thanks for your help, Ben.
God bless you.
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