Many people have lost control of their bodies, emotions, and/or minds to other "presences." This causes uncharacteristic behavior ranging from hyperactivity, insanity, and personality change, to addiction and uncontrolled rage. We suggest that much of this behavior is caused by entity possession. This booklet explores this problem.
An "entity" is a discarnate or non-physical being that attaches itself to a person, or host, in order to draw the energy it needs to meet its desires. Through this attachment the entity affects the physical, emotional, and or mental health of the host; the entity can cause problems or aggravate existing ones; it can also lead the host to criminal behavior. The host's behavior, emotions, or desires attract the entity since an entity usually chooses a person who has similar needs: an entity that retains an unsatisfied craving for chocolate will latch on to a person who adores chocolate; one that loves playing drums will attach to a drum player; one that craves heroin will latch on to a heroin user who may become an addict under the added impact of the entity's craving. The host bears the ultimate responsibility and must deal with the behavior that attracts the entity.
An entity can take over a person for a lifetime, as in the case of a lonely child who invites an entity to come in and it stays; or until a certain deed is done, as in the case of young people who gun down their schoolmates. An entity can also take over a person on and off, as in the case of artists who create one work of art after another; artists often call the entity their muse, and may have a special ritual for connecting with it. Many people who have an entity attached to them realize it on a sub-conscious level; you can hear it in the language they use: "I don't know what possessed me, but once I began whipping him, something came over me and I just couldn't stop." If they were to sit quietly and feel what was going on, they would realize there was something strange attached to them impacting their behavior.
Some people clearly realize they have an entity attached to them, but are embarrassed to talk about it for fear of being considered crazy. Listen to a man who is aware that an entity is controlling him; he could only remain sober a week at a time; then he'd go on a drinking and fighting binge: "Before each binge I feel a monster latch onto my back and the monster makes me drink and fight. The monster only goes away when I'm rip-roaring drunk and beaten up. I'm afraid I'll never be able to stop."
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