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Can a Demons Presence Make You Sick?
08-05-2009, 09:39 AM
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RE: Can a Demons Presence Make You Sick?
One of my husband's main issues right now is that very thing. It didn't start until he moved back home. Now he has to eat candy bars alot. Orange juice can help to...but not if you have a bad stomach.

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08-16-2009, 05:01 PM
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RE: Can a Demons Presence Make You Sick?
I've heard alot of cases where this happens. So I tend to side with the "Yes, they can" side of the arguement.
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08-16-2009, 05:09 PM
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Well since the cleansing...both of us feel a lot better. I was actually able to work 46 hours last week versus the 20-25 at best per week all summer.

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08-17-2009, 03:55 PM
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That's good to hear. I hope you continue to grow strong.

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11-18-2009, 11:16 PM
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(05-30-2009 04:15 AM)The Warrior Wrote:  Just curious to know if anyone knows if the presence of demons or ghosts can make a person physically sick?

I deal with it all and I have had demons do it along with a hateful human spirit. A demon is easy to get rid of but a human spirit that is mean is a pain in the A !Icontexto-emoticons-14-032x032
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11-19-2009, 11:05 AM
Post: #36
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I suppose theey can. They do not smell the best, which could make you physically ill, they can do some damage emotionally, which can befined as another type of sickness, supposedly one can tell which demon one is dealing with by the smell given off by a particular demon but I have had several demons together to see if that notion can be validated or not.

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11-19-2009, 12:42 PM
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RE: Can a Demons Presence Make You Sick?
Any presence can make you sick, it doesnt have to be a demon that does it. Sometimes when in the presence of high energy spirits your can feel that or even in places with high EMFs can do that. Depending on how you see it.

I went to school on civil war land and some of the local ghosts had seen me and they were around me and I felt sick to my stomach. It wasnt the 'hheeeeelppp mmeeeeeee!'s that got me sick, it was creepy but that wasnt it. Like I said I can feel someones pain or sickness, Its like that for me. One of the soldiers I had seen died from a flu or something but he had been sick to his stomach when I saw him.

Sometimes the dead dont know they are dead. Thats why it leads to hauntings sometimes, 'Cause your trespassing on their lands but they've beeen dead since 1863. And with me, I am really sensitive to these ghosts or spirits and sometimes too much of the energies emitted makes me sick.

Sometimes its the smell; Smelling like decaying flesh and etc tends to make anyone sick unless your a guy who runs a mortuary.

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