Category Archives: Demonology

Channeling/Mediumship are Deceptions

You cannot pick up a spiritual phone and speak to your dead relatives. It is impossible.

You can speak to people claiming to be dead relatives. Or Jesus. Or Mary Magdalene. Or anyone else whose identity could be used to gain power over you.

I have lost many friends because of saying these things, but they are true.

Abraham (of Abraham Hicks?). Demonic deceit.

Hathors? Of Tom Kenyon – Deceit.

Matt Kahn? Same.

As well as documents created this way…

ACIM? – Deception.

The Book of Mormon? – Deception

Probably most ‘spiritual texts’? Deception.

Note that I don’t say ‘lies’. Because there is much truth in any and all of these sources. But that is how a spiritual con works.

Channeling/mediumship will send you–without exception–on a spiritual wild-goose chase or much worse.

Anything that you read or that is channeled to you which disagrees with your experience and inner truth must be discarded. For your own spiritual good.

These influences are, if you listen to them, capable of your entire destruction.

If you want wisdom, talk to God. God is infinitely wise, always available, can create miracles for you and loves you infinitely.

Why would you waste time talking to a fake dead relative or even some supposed dead mystic when you can speak to the ultimate Creator of All yourself, however you understand Him/Her/etc?

I will tell you why.

You know exactly what God wants you to do in any given moment. You know inside where the truth is and how to follow it.

But, it feels too difficult, too painful, too challenging, too scary too… etc to follow.

So, you settle for lesser spiritual knowledge, in the hope that you never have to confront what your deepest ultimate truth has already told you.

As someone who has run from god in many different periods in my life, let me assure you: there is nowhere to run. Nowhere to hide.

Your own soul will find you. It will confront you.

God will pull at your very heartstrings. And one day, you will yield…and that day will be one of perfect joy.

Getting a Demon Out (2/x)

When you first start meeting demons, you don’t know what to do. My teacher neither believed in them nor had any experience with them. I know, because I asked.

So I was kinda on my own. With some old horror movies as support and what I remembered from the New Testament.

Turns out, none of that is very helpful.

The important thing to know is that demons have no power. Not unless you let them. While it is true that all sorts of pretty unusual things can happen with possession, I believe that they all happen with our power which gets hijacked by the demon. In other words, your own power with your permission. Demons have just had more time to learn how all this stuff works, and it has been hidden from us by people controlled by ‘the dark side’. So, to us the stuff you see demons ‘do’ looks like showing an iPhone to a medieval peasant. It’s just technology. And the technology of your body is a million times more powerful than anything we can invent. You just don’t know how to use it.

Back to the topic.

So, I had found my first demon. Thank you Maria! How to get rid of it?

Reiki didn’t seem to work.

Saying “Go away!” (even very authoritatively), didn’t seem to work.

Talking to it (yeah, I figured out how to have conversations later), wasn’t usually particularly helpful.

Truth works.

What does that mean?

Every demon has a particular energetic ‘signature’ that invades the ‘possessed’. [1. Some people use different terms for various levels of possession. I usually don’t worry about it.]

That energy signature or behavior is different for each demon and each person.

Some examples:

  1. One woman, very intelligent, whenever she started talking about her relationship, tended to just trail off into nothingness, suddenly getting extremely confused and unable to finish her sentences. It was very strange to watch.
  2. Another person, whenever he tried to say something important, immediately was overcome with violent shaking sensations and fear. Despite lots of training in speaking and experience with other topics.
  3. Another person ‘channeled’ lots and lots of mysterious info but their life was stuck in many ways that really mattered to them.
  4. Another was permanently alone, unable to connect.
  5. Another stayed in an abusive relationship long after she promised her friends and family she would leave.

Now, you are thinking, there can be lots of reasons for any of these.

That’s true. Screaming ‘Demon!’ every time something goes wrong is premature. I work on dozens of people every year. I would say that a demon or energetic infestation seems to be the issue about once a year. Maybe 1% of the time.

So, why do I even bother writing about it?

Because, when a demon is the problem, it is a big problem that I don’t believe can be solved any other way and that can be endlessly frustrating for anyone working ‘around’ the demon.

Anyway. Back to ‘truth’.

A demon is a spiritual parasite that can live where there is a lie.

In other words, something happens that frightens us. Then we are offered a ‘deal with the devil’. It can be as simple as ‘if you let me use your body/you won’t be alone anymore’. So, in this case, the spiritual equivalent of an abusive codependent relationship.

This is the ‘devil’s deal’, or ‘demonic contract’.

It involves accepting some lie and in return selling something of our truth for some unhealthy version of what we really want.

Does that make sense?

Every person who I have worked with who has been stuck and where at least some part of the block was this kind of infestation has had to:

  1. Identify the contract.
  2. Consciously cancel it.
  3. Take back their power.
  4. Embrace the truth that was hidden.
  5. Tell the being to leave based upon the new truth embraced
  6. Continue to live new habits based on this truth in life. (As, it is very easy for someone to go back to the ‘spirits’ they just cast out out of comfort or habit. Just like someone who drinks alcohol.)

From that point of view, overcoming a demon or casting it out is more the job of the person who wishes to change something in their lives and less the job of the ‘exorcist’.

If the exorcist is having to put in a lot of work, s/he should consider that.


In Maria’s case, there was a belief inside that ‘if I sacrifice myself and my happiness for others, I will be safe.”

Thus, she was a powerful and famous healer who spent all day 6 days a week giving sessions for almost no money, lived in an unhappy marriage, made sure her kids and husband were taken care of, and ignored her own needs, wishes, wants, desires, and goals–aside from being a great healer and servant to others.

Maybe that life sounds good, except for the fact that it was a lie. The more she allowed herself to receive, the more she could give and bless others’ lives and actually be happy herself. Her ‘sacrifice’ was unnecessary and useless suffering that didn’t really help anyone–neither clients, nor children, nor herself. Letting go of that martyr complex allowed her to move on, have the relationships she wanted in her life, profit from her skills in every way, and, ultimately, help many more people.




The First Demon I met (1/x)


I had quite the faith crisis when I left the Mormon church. I knew I had been lied to. That was demonstrable. And I wasn’t happy. So I left.

With it, all my ‘knowing’ about god, and everything else came into question.

I found the world of energy healing–a different story–and immediately began working as a healer. Both with those close to me as well as with private clients.

I had worked with Maria quite a bit on her relationship, which weren’t making her happy, and which she was still not finding a way to improve or leave.

Usually with clients, steady work yields steady rewards. But Maria was different.

We kept working together, and something kept ‘resetting’ her progress.

She kept returning to the same place over and over and over.

I was really frustrated about this and didn’t know what was wrong.

So, we were in one of our energy/healing sessions and I had an impression.

I watched as the small extremely wrinkled head of a very old man arose from her chest. And looked at me.

Now, my sister had had run-ins with demons/possession when she first went away to college–like things moving in the apartment with no one touching them, iirc.

But this was my first run-in.

I didn’t know what to do or say–at first. It just felt like what I had called to be revealed…was.

Thus began my first steps into the world of demons, healing them (deliverance or exorcism), and learning about the realities of things we can’t always see.



Exorcism under Hypnosis

For some reason, an exorcism is dramatically easier to perform under the influence of hypnosis.

The story:

I was working with someone hypnotically and every time I would hypnotize them, I would get different stories about ‘who they were’.

She would jump into an age…usually 3 or 8…sometimes 13 and 14, and tell a story that was complete nonsense. She was a girl from a story, living that story, talking about the family.

Anyway, after hacking away at these stories rather uselessly, putting the children protagonists ‘to bed’ mentally, It appeared.

And it has a name and was not happy to be found.

“Fuck you.” it was fond of saying.

“Get out,” I said.

Eventually it did, waking her up cussing and shaking uncontrollably at the same time.

But it was gone.

This is my second ‘exorcism’ using hypnosis.

And, to contrast it with multiple exorcisms without hypnosis, these are much, much simpler.


I am not sure. Under hypnosis, you have conscious and deeper consent to work with the client. The resistances are largely out of the way, so that you are talking to the ‘entity’ much more directly and easily than otherwise.

Highly recommended.

Debunking A Course in Miracles (ACIM) and Spiritual Scams

A cursory inspection of what we know reveals that A Course in Miracles is a spiritual scam.

I just name it especially because it is quite “big” and popular and am not going to take time into going into all of the reasons it is nonsense, but am just listing it as one of the examples of some of the types of spiritual scams that exist.

So, ACIM was written by a ‘spirit’ claiming to be Jesus. As ‘channeled’ by Helen.

So, one has to believe in Jesus to believe in ACIM. Otherwise, the “spirit” is lying and shouldn’t be believed. Correct?

But, if you do believe in Jesus, you kinda also have to believe in the New Testament in some fashion.

And, Jesus is recorded to have said: “For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.

Then if any man shall say unto you, Lo, here is Christ, or there; believe it not. For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets…they shall deceive the very elect.

Wherefore if they shall say unto you, Behold, he is in the desert; go not forth: behold, he is in the secret chambers; believe it not. For as the lightning cometh out of the east, and shineth even unto the west; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.”

So, if you are going to literally believe those words, Jesus said not to believe in anyone claiming to BE him or speak for him.

And yet that is what ACIM is.

Which means you can’t believe both literally in the words to have been reported by the New Testament figure known as Jesus saying not to believe anyone claiming to be him AND ACIM (which requires believing in Jesus, according to the ‘channeler’).

ACIM contradicts its own existence, in other words.

Did Jesus really dictate A Course in Miracles to Helen?