Since my goal isn't to see red eyed entities, I don't think it is possible for you to know anything from that statement. Unless you were able to deduce that I think people who believe in stuff like that are dangerously gullible.
That's odd, considering that many if not all intellectuals purpose is to learn as much as they can, one would think they really, really, really would like to see the God so many believers claim the "see". And, if such a God were to show himself, there isn't anything anyone could do but acknowledge and accept God.
Seems the latter only appears to pertain to the former.
Hmmmm! That did not appear to be Hypnotism nor excorcism. Perhaps I missed a significant portion of that clip, but it looked like a very bad stage show to me. I am a hypnotist and I would have to say that this could only be related to hypnosis by way of very poorly suggesting to the audience they are witnessing an excorcism. As an NGH certified Hypnotist I can proudly and honestly say that Professional Hypnotists; theraputic or stage, want no part of ridiculous, manipulative, and egotistical behavior. I see what your pointing out here but I really must distance Hypnosis from this nonsense, I have to represent my community of upstanding professionals.
I actually believe in demonic possession. But this my friends, is not demonic possession, it is either an act or a sick, deluded girl who is easily influenced. There is absolutely nothing here to suggest possession.
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