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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
Some of the responses in this thread.

https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-73256.html

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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
For me it was all the spirit cooking stuff that came out just prior to the 2016 election.

Marina Abramovic and her 'art', the Podesta's and their sick 'art', the Wikileaks emails about cheese pizza, hotdogs and walnut sauce, Comet Ping Pong's instagram photos. You can also see some of Q's posts for some more sickening 'art' featuring children.

Add to this some David Icke material, Ancient Aliens (History Channel) and reading/learning more about Christianity.

Those who know cannot sleep.
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I'm not writing anymore, but I just wanted to share this for those on a similar journey to myself, because I want people to understand the Demonic is real.

Following on from my previous post about finally finding a Spiritual Director and sensing something was about to happen with my family's curse, that I wrote here:

https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-72750...pid1989321

I was initially thrown by the brain disorder diagnosis, and the possibility of being healthy again, and had a conversation with the Mother Superior at the Monastery a few days later, where I told her I'd gotten so used to suffering for God, that now I felt that my suffering wasn't wanted, and it had been all I really had to offer him.

She patiently-explained that, yes, whilst I'd learn to unite my suffering with His and had come to understand how it was a form of his love, he was now showing me the other aspects of love, including his willingness to carry my burdens if I just would hand them over to him.

The series of small patterns I've observed over the next few weeks have all reinforced this knowledge: it's time to let go of my suffering.

So, I went and saw the Priest who had volunteered to be my Spiritual Director, though, oddly, it took me longer to make the phone call than I expected. When I finally was able to do it, he thanked me. It was like I was blocked from being able to make the call - a heavy, foggy lethargy, until I eventually realised I'd called my Father after not having spoken to him for 32 years or so, so why was it so hard to call some random Priest?

Trying to write out my life history was blocked in the same fashion, but I finally got down what I thought was enough to start with, and went to see him.

He invited me in, sat me down, and immediately-opened with:

"So, you'd have Freemasonary down your Paternal Line..."

... which floored me. I mean, I'd written 20 pages of notes trying to convince him that I wasn't crazy, and that I'd been shown this, and I was yet to hand them to him or even voice what I'd come to know was truth.

He saw my confusion. "I've been doing this for 35 years, Bosch. I know the patterns."

Our conversations are full of this sort of thing. He'll be talking in a matter-of-fact manner, and it's only as we're moving on that I'll suddenly understand that he knows something as a given that, well, I haven't yet said aloud. Even something as simple as him knowing that I fast from Midnight, rather than just the hour before mass.

I went over the details of coming to understand the curse over my family, and where it had come from. I explained I'd listened to a lot of explanations about Demonology and Spiritual Theology online, and that everything that had been suggested by the Exorcist in question had worked. (That would be Father Ripperger's videos, that I've mentioned before - though I didn't actually name the channel in the moment).

It was only later on, as he was going over a printout of the three hundred or so Catholic books I've acquired over the last year that he singled some of them out, immediately pointing out the books I listed by Father Ripperger.

"Read anything by him. I've attended some of his talks. He's solid, knowledgable and won't steer you wrong."

I explained he was the Exorcist in question. The Priest then drew my attention to other books on the list, including some Ripperger had recommended, such as Aumaan's 'Spiritual Theology', and rather go into great detail, simply said "Read Chapter Seven before we meet again."

I did later that day, and it was exactly on point.

It turned out that this Priest has Doctorates in Demonology and Spiritual Psychology, despite being dyslexic until he was 25, and never finishing Primary School, let alone High School. This floored me, as he's incredibly-well spoken and read. His reply: "You said before that you're 'going deaf' and were a musician. God can do anything. You need to stop thinking he can't."

So, after almost a year of accepting my suffering and patiently-trusting God to fix my family's problem in his own time, how interesting that I should be lead to a Priest who is a Doctor in exactly the field of theology that deeply-speaks to me.

God is very, very good to us.

As the discussion got into the Freemasonary Details, I explained how, failing to find any help, I'd made an offering to God to suffer for my family's sins, and it had cost me dearly health wise. This immediately made him facepalm.

"What you've done," he explained, "was offer yourself up as a Victim of God's Justice. He will hold you to that." This is something one of the Sisters of Charity said to me back in January. "So, what we'll do is simply ask him to do is make you a Victim of his Mercy instead."

We went through the prayers to do so, but it was only as I was leaving an hour later, I suddenly understood the significance of what we'd done. "A victim of Mercy... that would the point of St Therese's Oblation to Merciful Love, wouldn't it? Should I pray it?"

"Yes," he said. "I prayed it every day for a year when I was in the Seminary."

I mean, I've read her autobiography twice, and many books on her, and had once had an intense experience reading of her desire to be immolated by love, but it didn't fully-register until that moment, when, suddenly, its significance was fully-laid before me.

He'd said there was no point taking things any further until I did some preliminary work, and handed me a book on the curses involved in Freemasonary. I was told to go right through the book, and renounce everything I was told to renounce as it came up and it would take about a total of 14 hours to get it all done.

I thought I'd go home and immediately get started, but... man... that lethargy descended again, and it took two days until I could even start. Eventually, I just had to brute force my way through it, by sitting down for four to five hours at a stretch and doing the required prayers for the next three days. He was surprised I got back to him within the week: "That's a heroic effort."

Now, the thing is, I read the book, and everything about the family made sense. The spine injuries. The broken necks. The early deaths from cancer. The Autism. The sexual promiscuity. Over and over, certain familial patterns were identifiable, and explained by the text, such as the inherent Misogyny that is transmitted down the family line through Freemasons, where women are just sexual objects to be used, whilst being hated or mistrusted.

There was so much in this book, that I wish I could go into detail, but... it was deeply-disturbing to read. I sensed this was Forbidden Knowledge, and I asked God to give me the grace of forgetfulness once the process was done, and he seems to have granted that. A couple of things I still vaguely-remember:

- Freemasonary is Kabbalah. Their 'Grand Architect' is Satan;

- Every religion had to be renounced, including Buddhism, Hinduism, Mormonism and Gnosticism, the latter of which I have kept flirting with, but have been worried by the 'secret knowledge' aspect of it, which, after all, is a Jewish obsession. The Satanists will readily-encourage your interest in these other religions - they only are triggered into anger by you showing an interest in Christ, something I'd observed;

[As an aside, I'd seen a doctor a week before who seemed greatly-annoyed that I was reading a book by a Catholic Saint, and wasted half my appointment explaining how Christ was actually in Asia during his childhood, and was known as Issa. That St Paul was a liar, and if I wanted to know the truth, I had to read the Gnostic Texts, and that the True Christ could only be found through the Eastern Religions. I immediately came home, looked up the details, found that this Issa theory was all based on the writings of one Russian Journalist in the 19th Century. Before digging any further I thought, "Oh, he'll be a (((Russian Journalist)))." And he was. 19th Century articles at the time revealed him to be a known fraud and a liar, who had never talked to the Buddhist Monks he'd quoted at length, who wanted to know who someone could write such lies in his country without being 'punished'.]

Other things I kind of remember:

- The legal rights of the demons over you are extended to all your sexual partners, which horrified me, given my notch count, and made me understand why sexual promiscuity was encouraged by (((the usual suspects))).

- Don't blame the Boomers. Blame their parent's obsessions with membership of multiple secret societies - these stupid Lodges and Meeting Houses were everywhere in my childhood - where they made drunken vows to unknown Gods. The sins of the parents played out upon their children. I mean, It was sobering to understand that to be as high a Mason as my Grandfather was, he had to kiss another member's anus.

- One of the Higher Level Masonic Curses is that those who claim to be Christians will have an unhealthy 'obsession' with advancing the Jewish Cause and the State of Israel.

- Anal sex is the Satanic Reversal of the marriage covenant - penetration is wedding oneself to Satan, which matches all the Crowley writings I'd mentioned over the years. Note that your style of language will constantly-reference your bondage, something I've noticed when I'm in a state of grace versus not.

- Exactly as I'd come to understand, one of the Curses is to constantly-retreat into Fantasy Constructs. I could see why I had to learn to be Present with God, and not play video games, watch movies, read non-Christian books, play music, or vanish into sexual pleasure. Each time I tried to step away from something, I was learning to mentally-stay in the moment with God. Think about the obsessions of the Left.

- Abortion is Baal worship.

- Freemason's don't believe in Sin - remember me noticing a couple of years ago that Trump didn't seem to believe in Sin? - and don't believe countries should have borders. Don't hold your breath for that wall.

- Yes, what is being pushed in current Music Culture is all blatant Freemasonic Signalling, though the book was before this time.

That's all I can kind of remember off-hand. The last four years of written observances on this forum all came together.

----

Once everything Freemason related had been renounced, the Priest and I then started the process of asking God to cast the demons out. This was very uncomfortable, and required a repeated process of Discernment where the Holy Spirit would show us what was needed.

The Priest explained his role here is simply a facilitator, and he learnt very quickly that, if he ever thought he was responsible for what was happening, God would step away and say "If you think you can do this, then try it by yourself and see how far you get." This is something I've also heard Father Ripperger say, so at least he's showing humility.

Gradually, they were cast out. That weird sense of electricity was in the air again throughout the whole process. Further discernment revealed God had cast out the Paternal Freemasonary, but something was there on my Maternal Line. "You have a Scottish ancestor?"

I nodded. "My grandmother. Direct descendant of Robert De Bruce."

Royal Bloodlines are particularly cursed by Freemasonary.

This all felt very surreal, but we kept working: "You need to forgive all your ancestors, now. Say this prayer." Eventually the demons from that side were removed too. You just sort of know something is different, even though something small lingered.

Further discernment, which involved my body being moved by the spirit.

He said, calmly: "Your Mother is in Purgatory, and asking for prayer."

Now, that was sobering. Even though it reveals God's great mercy - she was cast out of the church during my parent's divorce, yet wasn't damned to hell - it made me understand that, although I had been making multiple offerings for the remission of the temporal punishment due to sin for an entire year, including doing the Way of the Cross daily, as sick as I was at the time, it still wasn't enough.

I'll admit that cast me into a dark funk for a few days, but the Priest explained it in a way that made sense during our next meeting, by His balancing Justice with Mercy. In the meantime, I'd gone over to the Latin Mass guys at the Seminary and organised a Gregorian Mass in her name - this is a series of 30 daily masses that can be offered to a soul in purgatory that is understood to free that soul, though it's fallen out of fashion in modern times.

----

I suffered some heavy demonic retaliation over the next week, including serious temptations against faith and chastity, and, a couple of times, not being able to attend church.

There was even a few days where I thought this whole thing was completely-crazy, wondered if the Priest was crazy, and, after he gave me a website trying to explain spiritual theology to me, I even wondered if it was some kind of direct marketing thing.

The Priest wasn't perturbed. "You can expect this. They don't like losing their home. They return looking for a way back in. Keep saying that prayer I gave you three times a day, and any time you feel attacked."

"You'd think they'd lose interest," I said.

He shook his head. "There were hundreds of spirits in you from your line."

He explained the construct of the Spiritual Soul, and the severe damage child abuse does before the age of reason: it breaks part of our reasoning faculty. The way to repair this is to ask God to repair the reasoning by revisiting the moments these faulty patterns of thinking was created.

This was what struck me as some kind of direct marketing tackiness, but, once we started doing it, it all made sense, and I realised I'd made a deeply-faulty assessment there.

We went back into the first instance of my child abuse, with me making certain statements on what I was seeing, and then those statements being examined, followed by prayers to God asking for further revelation, not to Bosch, but for the Child Bosch.

So we kept examining the situation mentally, him asking me very painful questions: "Did you see his face? Was he masturbating?" and telling me to keep focused on it. I explained that I could never remember his face - I mean, I was two years old, but he kept asking God to show me what I needed to understand.

80 minutes into this process, I suddenly saw. I thought I was vulnerable child, being targeted because the man and I were alone. Then I saw, we weren't. We were in a crowd, and they weren't human..

I gasped and started shaking, but the Priest said, without me saying what I'd seen: "Yes, I feel them. They can't hurt you. Jesus has already won, and he can cast them out, but I need you to name them."

This wasn't easy.

"It's a bird. But not. An aztec statue of a bird but fluidly-alive. And there's a frog. But not. It's the absence of a frog."

It sounds like I'm describing something concrete, but, well, I can't explain what these things are. They're vague and beyond human words.

We went on like this for a few minutes, with him asking Jesus to cast out each spirit in turn.

Suddenly, I flashed forward another year, to when I was playing in room my mother was painting, until something that wasn't there told me it wanted to be my friend, and that we could play a fun game, explaining to me to pick up those two metal things (nails) and put them in the holes in the wall (the power socket).

My mother told me years later that I'd been thrown clear across the room and hit the opposite wall.

Death by electric shock is another Freemason Curse.

Then I flashed forward to when I was five, and something that wasn't there convinced me that I should take off my seatbelt and open the car door whilst we were driving along, and promptly fell out.

I spent a week in hospital.

The thing was, I now saw the conversations in question. I'd always thought I was alone and something I couldn't see had been speaking to me.

Except, something was there. A bat. But also a butterfly. Big wings. Leaning right up against me. Whispering.

The Priest cast it out.

"There is also a ... church with teeth in the room."

He cast it out.

Then I was taken back to the earlier abuse, and finally saw my abuser's face, after 45 years, which shocked me enough in its clarity to make me burst into tears.

"You are safe. Name it."

"He has the head of a Ram."

In that moment, I understood that both myself and my abuser were victims of these... things... around us, and, with that, I could forgive him.

He cast it out.

Then it all came out, specifically over what had been done to me. "I'm sorry Father. I didn't want this knowledge. Please take it back. Take it back. I shouldn't have taken the fruit."

That one surprised me.

A moment later: "Why didn't God protect us?" Meaning, both myself and my abuser.

A few days after the fact, I now understand the point of that question I was asking. It's one of the examples of faulty cogitative reasoning the Priest was looking for. What I had taken from that childhood experience was that God didn't love me.

The Priest said "I know why, and I could tell you, but God needs to show you, so you understand."

We prayed for a while, but nothing else came, but the Priest said we can leave it there for the moment, and that it will get easier as God repairs my faulty reasoning, and once Reason is fixed, my will can conform to God's by making the right choices during temptation.

He also noted the look on my face. "No, they're real. I feel them as they're named and their absence as they're cast out. I've worked with hundreds of adults who have suffered sexual abuse as young children. Nothing you have said surprised me. It's textbook."

Do you understand now why Reform Judaism targets children younger than seven with inappropriate 'sexual education', 'gender fluidity' and 'gay cheerleading'? They're trying to damage their cogitative reasoning before the age of reason, creating an inability to choose virtue over sin, as the lower Animal Soul, with the pull towards immediate gratification of pleasure, will dominate.

Think about those Elsagate videos on Youtube. They know exactly the kind of spiritual damage they're doing to these children, and, once again, I don't understand why God allows it. One thing that's come to mind a few times today is the idea that grace abounds in misery.

That was last week. He's had to travel to a conference but has asked to see me first thing tomorrow when he's back so we can continue working, but he's offering to also work with my Sister, and asked for my Father's address.

Something else is about to happen. During the consecration at mass this morning, I suddenly saw my childhood home - the one my Freemason Grandfather chose and whom everyone who ever visited said was haunted - with complete clarity, after years of not being able to picture anything but very, very vague images. It was strong and clear enough that I started shaking, with one thought dominating: "I'm here. Stay here with me, and finally see."

I expect this is preparing me for tomorrow.

So, yes, as crazy as it sounds, Satan is real. Demons are all around us, and are some kind of twisted animal spirits - hence all the bull, snake and owl worship. Those who hold power in this world worship them all, and part of showing their allegiance is the corruption of innocence.

Remember how I wrote that the concept of Kek sold by /Pol/ seemed to be some kind of deliberate Satanic Reversal Prank? How interesting that it's named as a Frog Spirit.

Oddly, the clearer this understanding of the spiritual reality becomes, the more peace I feel, rather than despair. Because God is more powerful than them, and will win. But look out for you and yours, because it's very easy to recognise the patterns of behaviour by those who are under their influence.

Trust in God.
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(07-11-2019 07:07 AM)PixelFree Wrote:  For me it was all the spirit cooking stuff that came out just prior to the 2016 election.

Marina Abramovic and her 'art', the Podesta's and their sick 'art', the Wikileaks emails about cheese pizza, hotdogs and walnut sauce, Comet Ping Pong's instagram photos. You can also see some of Q's posts for some more sickening 'art' featuring children.

Add to this some David Icke material, Ancient Aliens (History Channel) and reading/learning more about Christianity.

Those who know cannot sleep.

My eyes nearly dropped out of my head watching this:



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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
@AnonymousBosch Very interesting and insightful story. I have a family with a similar unfortunate history, maybe there are some deals with the devil to uncover there as well.

One other thing I noticed was a harmless apartment neighbor going mad and constantly attacking me since I converted to Christ. He doesn't know about it, but suddenly turned against me without a tangible reason and appears crazy and possessed, when I think about it.

It's always great to read something randomly on the Internet on some fornication forum and suddenly stuff seems to make sense.
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My ex mother-in-law...
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I'm back from my meeting with the Priest.

I can see I was being spiritually-prepared for the last few days for what just happened.

God was using the Priest to remove lower level demons that had made themselves known to me over the last week, when something particularly nasty reared it's head and created a noticeable physical reaction in his body.

He stopped for breath. "It's saying it was invited in by you. Do you remember doing this?"

And then I clearly did remember doing so. I mentioned earlier that it happening after I'd been involved in Witchcraft with my friend during my teen years. But suddenly, I clearly saw myself lying in bed in a depressed teenage state, and cursing God, saying if he really loved me he would have helped me or made himself known, and then, in utter despondency, offering myself to the Devil. I mean, I wasn't entirely-serious - I really didn't think the Devil was any more real than God at that stage - but opening the door was enough.

I did invite that 'Night Hag' in.

Lord, I am truly sorry. I was such a fool.

The Priest named it as 'The Spirit Guide', and, after another 10 minutes of anointing and me reciting prayer as he recited Latin Prayers, I suddenly sighed and cried the sweetest, gentlest tears of my life and the Priest recited 'Thank you Jesus, Thank you Jesus.'

After 32 years, an oppressive weight upon me just... vanished. All I could do was cry softly

I thought it had been removed when I walked my friend's spirit home that night, but it was now obvious it had come back and had played possum.

The poor Priest was utterly-exhausted from the battle, and I apologised for my foolishness. He said to expect an emotional rollercoaster for a few days, and that I would have been so used to the presence of the Demon that I'd almost miss its absence, and my health would now drastically-improve.

I tried to offer him money, but he refused to take it, until I asked him to offer up masses for the soul of my friend whom the demon had also preyed upon.

Then I sat in my car, and started laughing with joy. As I drove home, all I could say was "Who am I, Abba?" (1) with amazement. I feel like a stranger in my own body, and the world has suddenly turned from a dreary black and white movie to glorious technicolor: I'm all Judy over the rainbow.

Words really can't describe this experience, but, well, God is so, so good, and there is no need for us ever to be afraid if we choose him over the world.

And, yes, understand that the Left are demonically-possessed.

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(1) Early in the session, the Priest had leaned forward and said to make sure to call God 'Abba'. I thanked him and said I'd already had been shown this and knew the strength of doing so.
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Reading that makes me real happy AB, awesome. Thanks for taking the time.
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This might sound strange, but seeing how Christianity was demonised so much by the powers that be push me more towards it.

You are a dork these days if you are a Christian. I think more people would feel comfortable coming out as gay than coming out as a Christian. Just look at how they are portrayed in the media, Ned Flanders and so forth. If you get killed because you’re a Christian, you are called an ‘Easter Worshiper’. Your religion is hidden by the MSM.

If it was just a bunch of useless hocus-pocus why bother attacking it so much?

If you have Christianity, then you have Satan.
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I used to spend a lot of time with a guy who LIVED for picking up chicks.

He always had money, but never really did much work.

All his circle had millionaire wealth.

He hooked me up with a free room at one of his banker friend's summer fun house.

There were always models for parties.

One time I was left in a room with 10+ models.

Later that night (3:00! Straight-up) I'm alone in the lounge and he comes in and gives me this 1:1...

"Look what I've done for you! Stick with me, imagine what's possible!"

Freaked me out so much I actually went and sat in a church the next day (quite a few incidents before that too).

What convinced me though was when he gave me a candle (with a pentagram on it) and told me to leave it burning in my room overnight, then go to a church and pray for to be left alone.

Haven't spoken to him since.
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Just remembered another story.

One of his long-time Hollywood friends CE to visit. Associated with Hollywood A-listers.

At one point he looked my friend knowingly in the eye and said "we all have a bit of monster in us. Just some of us are better at hiding it than others.".

Another time I said something was '...like heaven'. He snapped "why like heaven? Nothing like heaven.".
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My younger brother, its like Marxism is a demon that hollowed him out or at least took whatever latent hidden dysfunctions he and brought them to the fore. A virus that consumed him, you should see his room.

He's been dead in my mind for years, its easier, whatever is in control is something else, the friend I grew up with is long gone.
When he looks at you you can see are almost a void, looking to see what you can do for him. It's eerie being around him everyone is on edge.

No matter how strong a "frame" you think you have.

I think being good/decent is actually boring/bland to him, which is why he finds it so hard, there is something called "duping delight" where you get a thrill of thinking you fooled other; if you call out on it all you get from him "nobody else is like this with me" and thundering abuse slamming of doors.

Sure mate, sure.

"Somehow, amazingly...We've disliked you intensely for a quite a while for no justifiable reason what so ever"

He turns it on and off like a switch, very concerned with reputation and will be as sweet as pie and charismatic if people are visiting, brings friends over, you'd think he was the best son ever, later than evening in private with us the demon would come over some petty small thing.
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
How much of this evil is carried out by humans? I'm noticing far too many serious offenders (murderers, rapists, child molesters etc) get off on lenient sentences or as I am currently seeing are being let out on early release because they've turned over a new leaf or so as the parole board would call it.
07-12-2019 11:11 AM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
(07-10-2019 08:16 AM)Chiosboy90 Wrote:  The clown world did. Not even kidding. They pushed me into religion. I guess I had to see Satan's work before AI could believing in God.

The world we live in makes much more sense if you think of it as Satan's kingdom.

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07-12-2019 04:13 PM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
(07-11-2019 07:04 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  Some of the responses in this thread.

https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-73256.html

Zing.

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07-12-2019 04:15 PM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
Reflecting on my own actions with a vague sense of impending doom. It slowly began to dawn on me that I was working for Satan and that I was going to spend eternity in torment. I couldn't shake the feeling. It took a lot longer for me to start believing in God and heaven.

Every time I open the news and see what's going on, I think - okay, this is Satan's work. If we were just animals there's no way we could become this evil.
07-12-2019 07:52 PM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
Alright at first I scoffed at the thread title because of the forum change and who really believes in this stuff right?

But I'll have to admit that one time I did "notice" something which jolted me and has remained in my memory for years.

It was the first time I shagged my LTR of several years. It really bothered me for a split second, almost killing the mood. It was very late at night, the light was dim and as I looked at her face while power thrusting into her from above, her face morphed into something "demonic" and evil looking. I fully blame it on the sleep deprivation and darkness which tends to play visual tricks as your brain tries to fill in the blanks. In hind sight I should have DTB'd (Dumped That Bitch) way sooner. Many wasted years of youth yet a great learning experience.

Years later a similar visual anomaly happened that also involved a late night, dim lighting and strangers at a party. One of the stranger's faces quickly "morphed" (full reptilian style) as I looked at her. Had to do a double take then got the fuck out of there and just blamed it on the shrooms that a friend had offered me. Seems to be a common visual illusion from all reports...

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07-12-2019 11:23 PM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
This thread/question is a load of shite.

My advice to anyone worrying about whether Satan is real or not...turn your computer off and go for a walk outside.
07-12-2019 11:54 PM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
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(07-11-2019 09:04 AM)AnonymousBosch Wrote:  The Satanists will readily-encourage your interest in these other religions - they only are triggered into anger by you showing an interest in Christ, something I'd observed;

[As an aside, I'd seen a doctor a week before who seemed greatly-annoyed that I was reading a book by a Catholic Saint, and wasted half my appointment explaining how Christ was actually in Asia during his childhood, and was known as Issa. That St Paul was a liar, and if I wanted to know the truth, I had to read the Gnostic Texts, and that the True Christ could only be found through the Eastern Religions. I immediately came home, looked up the details, found that this Issa theory was all based on the writings of one Russian Journalist in the 19th Century. Before digging any further I thought, "Oh, he'll be a (((Russian Journalist)))." And he was. 19th Century articles at the time revealed him to be a known fraud and a liar, who had never talked to the Buddhist Monks he'd quoted at length, who wanted to know who someone could write such lies in his country without being 'punished'.]




There was a thread titled 'The atheist question' https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-73566.html where I noticed a user presenting themselves as atheist yet shifted their tone to being open to a God, but with a very anti-Christian and anti-Jesus slant.


(06-29-2019 01:21 PM)etwsake Wrote:  Jesus Christ is a fairy tale to me. He's a made up character no different than Zeus or Captain Ahab or Spider-Man

(06-29-2019 01:21 PM)etwsake Wrote:  Of course I learned that Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy weren't real. So adults lied to me about that...but Jesus was different?

(06-29-2019 01:21 PM)etwsake Wrote:  There's no reason to believe in Jesus Christ.

(06-29-2019 01:21 PM)etwsake Wrote:  Yet Christians are willing to put their faith in word of mouth stories from two thousand years ago and believe them as if they were absolute hard historical facts? That's just ridiculous to me. Why Jesus and not Thor? Or King Arthur?

(06-29-2019 01:21 PM)etwsake Wrote:  I'm completely open to the idea of a creator and in fact think it's highly probably. Does that qualify me as an "agnostic" or do I need to have some kind of belief in Jesus? Anyone that doesn't believe in Jesus is an atheist?

(06-29-2019 01:21 PM)etwsake Wrote:  Just because everyone knows the name Jesus Christ doesn't make him real. In 2000 years people will think that there really was a guy named Peter Parker that could run up and down walls in New York City.



I have often observed Jews first hand in the flesh and those I suspect of crypto Jewry online deceptively peddling this mindfuckery. Doing their best to present their case as if its from an unbiased, concerned and innocent source. Beware these crafty merchants of lies and deceit.
07-13-2019 02:03 AM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
Some people actually believe that George Washington and Abraham Lincoln really existed. I'm like "what, did u meet them? Lol!"

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07-13-2019 03:37 AM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
'this thread is a load of shite...'

Ok.

But there's no denying the rise of satanism in culture, especially music videos.

Check this out...

Lil Uzi Vert 'sanguine paradise'

Crazy.

So Team 'Go For A Walk', what's the explanation?

This is an illuminati production, and a handful of billionaire bankers are holding down 7 BN people by constantly playing on their fear of death and hell?
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07-13-2019 03:49 AM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
In my book Satan, or the Adversary, is part of God's plan... If you read Job 1:6-12 you can see that God gave orders to the Adversary to be as adverse as he could against Job's surroundings to test his faith.

Feel free to disagree with this statement this is just my personal opinion. Does that make God and/or Satan real, I do not know that is the beauty of religion it are beliefs not facts...
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
So this is the thread where we're talking about Satan, atm.

This guy on Twitter always has interesting things to say. A recent thread by him:

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/11500...74816.html

Quote:these people live to hate christianity. when i go back home i see even the most dead dreary people get an electric hate in their eyes when it comes up. i did all manner of weird religion stuff, the only negative reaction i ever got from people there is for not hating christianity
07-14-2019 02:49 AM
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
(07-14-2019 12:15 AM)Meliorare93 Wrote:  In my book Satan, or the Adversary, is part of God's plan... If you read Job 1:6-12 you can see that God gave orders to the Adversary to be as adverse as he could against Job's surroundings to test his faith.

Feel free to disagree with this statement this is just my personal opinion. Does that make God and/or Satan real, I do not know that is the beauty of religion it are beliefs not facts...
No he kept him on a leash. Satan proposed. And God make use of Satan. Its perfectly in keeping with how Ancient Kings would act.

God despite his omnipotence/Omniscience/Omnipresence have to act in a certain fashion due to his character and legality since the fall handed control of creation to an Angelic administration by which they are able to justly judge man. In those PDF you will see why:

christianthinktank.com/cross04nt.pdf

christianthinktank.com/victor.pdf


The cross of Christ is necessary for God to legally act against Satan in ways that he couldn't before.
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RE: What convinced you Satan is real?
(07-14-2019 07:13 AM)infowarrior1 Wrote:  
(07-14-2019 12:15 AM)Meliorare93 Wrote:  In my book Satan, or the Adversary, is part of God's plan... If you read Job 1:6-12 you can see that God gave orders to the Adversary to be as adverse as he could against Job's surroundings to test his faith.

Feel free to disagree with this statement this is just my personal opinion. Does that make God and/or Satan real, I do not know that is the beauty of religion it are beliefs not facts...
No he kept him on a leash. Satan proposed. And God make use of Satan. Its perfectly in keeping with how Ancient Kings would act.

God despite his omnipotence/Omniscience/Omnipresence have to act in a certain fashion due to his character and legality since the fall handed control of creation to an Angelic administration by which they are able to justly judge man. In those PDF you will see why:

christianthinktank.com/cross04nt.pdf

christianthinktank.com/victor.pdf


The cross of Christ is necessary for God to legally act against Satan in ways that he couldn't before.

I've heard that a common Jewish perception of Satan is as an agent of God, in charge of tempting and testing mankind.

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