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How Plants Detect Evil Spirit

Updated on August 27, 2018
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Clive Williams is an internet researcher and writer on many genres. He has a BSc. Degree in Information Systems.

Plant Detects Evil
Plant Detects Evil

How Plants Detect Evil Spirit

Plants just like any animal is a living, moving and breathing life form. Even though plants may not consist of the same materials which are found in man such as bones, muscles, blood and organs, it does has its own parts which allows it to breath, grow and feed just like us humans. But today we are not here to discuss the anatomy of the plant, but rather the supernatural powers of plants and how they can detect evil spirits in and around your home. First, not all plants are gifted with this special plant sense. Some plants will continue along their merry way absorbing sunlight and water while much more sensitive plants will react differently to the sense of the supernatural in your home. Plants which are capable of sensing evil spirit around your home will exhibit the following characteristics.

What plants do when evil spirit is around?

  1. They become wilted.
    Whenever your plant senses evil nearby, the plant eventually becomes wilted for no reason apparent to you the plant owner. Yesterday your plant was budding and sprucing and today it has wilted down even while getting good moisture and sunlight. No matter how you water and talk to the plant, nothing seems to work. It will stay wilted and possibly die as long as that evil essence is still lurks.
  2. Stops Growing
    Once there is evil spirit around, your plant will simply stop growing. Evil has a very potent reaction to plants as plants are like pure angelic beings. Plants have a higher vibration of energy with the universe, once that energy is disrupted by anything at all, especially a negative energy, it will cause an increase gravitational push on the plant which has a direct impact on the plants growth ability. The plant will gain no height or width once and evil spirit is around.
  3. The Plant Die
    If you make an evil entity linger in your home too long, chances are that your lovely plant will die and any other plant you choose to replace it with will experience wilt, no growth and eventually die also.

This Plant Detects Evil

Hibiscus Flower
Hibiscus Flower

This Plant Detects Evil

Croton Plant
Croton Plant

Two Plants Which Are Able To Detect Evil

Croton Plant

  • A Well known multicolored high contrast plant. the croton plant, or Codiaeum variegatum, is a perennial evergreen shrub, native to India and Malaysia. The name “croton” comes from a Greek word for tick, as the croton seed resembles a tick in shape. This tropical plant has thick, leathery leaves of varying colors, shapes, and sizes. As it ages, the plant’s color may darken to nearly black. The croton is easy to grow and care. It requires regular sunlight and plenty water.


  • Hibiscus is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. The genus is quite large, comprising several hundred species that are native to warm temperate, subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world

How to Bring Back Life In your Plants When Evil Spirit is Around

It is not difficult as one would believe it to be to bring back a plant which is dieing after being exposed to evil spirit. There are a few this which can be tried to fully restore your plant and at the same time empower the plant to give off a positive energy which can drive the evil spirit away.

1. Water the plant with Holy Water.

Holy water can easily be made. Simply catch a bucket of water and go to the nearest church and have the head of the church bless the water. Then bring back the water and begin watering your dieing plant. Ensure that leaves as well as roots are watered with holy water for at least 3 days.

2. Replant the dieing plant by using soil from a cemetery.

Yes, the soil from a cemetery is one of the richest soils anyone could use to regrow plant. It is packed with the essence of life from those who have gone to the other side. Once you replant your plant in this soil, you will begin to see good results in 4-7 days. This soil also acts as a powerful deterrent for wicked spirits.

3. Move the plant to another location

There are stories of plants that had the essence of evil on them which practically died. But once the plant had been moved from the environment with the negative energy, it began to gain new life.


This Article is for entertainment purposes only and readers should take the contents of this article with a grain of salt.


The Hibiscus and Croton are just two of the many plants which detect and sense evil spirits. There are many other plants which can detect evil by reacting in the various ways stated in the article. If you have plants which begin to react in similar fashion for no reason, you may just have an evil spirit pouring your coffee or you simply are not taking care of your plants. Either way, try to do all you can to save your plant's life.

© 2018 Clive Williams


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    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      15 months ago from Jamaica

      Eric. You can feed on the energy of others like a succubus.

    • clivewilliams profile imageAUTHOR

      Clive Williams 

      15 months ago from Jamaica

      Flourish, a good bowl of holy water will do nothing for your feline as cats walk the path of both the living and dead.

    • Ericdierker profile image

      Eric Dierker 

      15 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Now Clive I was a vegetarian but then I saw the slaughter of plants. So now I do not eat.

    • FlourishAnyway profile image


      15 months ago from USA

      Plants in my home absorb the evil spirits but for the longest time I didn’t understand what the were doing. They would just up and turn brown then die on me. I do tend to overlove things but gosh.

      My cat frequently bit at one in particular, shredding its leaves but she said it was dying anyhow. Do you think she ate any evil spirits? Should I let her drink a pet bowl of holy water?

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      Rinita Sen 

      15 months ago

      Good one for a quick giggle :)


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