The number of supernatural occurrences being reported and studied all over North America is on the rise. Are these occurrences becoming more common? Perhaps we are just becoming more aware of them in this era of camera phones and 24-hour surveillance. Is our awareness of the supernatural opening the door to more occurrences? Are we somehow responsible for this rise in demonic activity? Perhaps Western society’s general Godlessness has finally taken its toll….
It has been well documented that a vast majority of demons come from items that are purchased second hand by well-intentioned, good people like yourself. We here at GLICKIN appreciate you, and we want to help you and your family stay in control and demon free this Halloween. This article will tell you all you need to know about how to protect yourself and your loved ones from demons and demonic possession while buying items second hand.
Tips on how to avoid purchasing possessed or demonic items at a garage sale:
Listen to your intuition: Does the hair on the back of your neck stand up when you hold the item? Do you get a strange feeling in the pit of your stomach upon contact? Do you have the urge to throw the item and run away squealing like a 6-year-old girl? Those feelings are not there by accident. If something doesn’t seem right, it probably isn’t. The item may be possessed.
Monitor your surroundings: Does an ominous black bird appear above you and start to caw just as you touch the item? Does an elderly woman appear in an attic window and stare menacingly down at you as you approach the item? Does the wind carry an eerie tune to your ears at precisely the moment you first lay eyes upon the item? Any of these occurrences may indicate a possessed item.
Be alert to strange odours: Watch out for a sulphurous smell. If you touch or move an item and the smell of a thousand trapped dog farts is unleashed upon you from within, you may have a possessed item.
Watch the seller for signs of possession: Does the seller seem overly anxious to sell? Try holding the item for a few moments, putting it back, and then moving away while watching the seller’s body language. Be alert for signs of desperation such as darting eyes and feverish licking of the lips. They might even chase you down the driveway screaming that you can have the item for free. If any of these signs occur, you may have a possessed item.
Examine the item closely: Does it have 800-year-old carvings on it? Does it contain traces of blood, hair, or human teeth and fingernails? Upon closer inspection, does the item appear to be made entirely of human skin? Does the fine print on the item’s packaging read ‘may contain a demon or demons’? If any of these instances occur, the item you are holding may be possessed.
Should you encounter any of these signs or symptoms we suggest you just put the item down, back away slowly and go buy something else. On the other hand, you could also buy it, box it up, wrap it beautifully and give it to your mother in law for Christmas.
These simple tips on avoiding possessed items should keep you and your family healthy, happy, and demon free this Halloween. If you happen to have missed this article and have already purchased Satan’s spawn, check back in tomorrow for tips on how to identify and exorcise your demon.