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#31    SSilhouette

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 03:53 PM

One of the greatest tricks I've seen demons do is use an infested host to become indignant, combative, accusatory, snide, condescending, offended, or some other volatile mood in order to shut topics down they don't want discussed.  One of the main ways you can purge demons from a situation is to simply expose in plain language what is going on: ie: the obvious.  That is like poison to them.

Often times you can find out who in your midst is infested by simply stating the plain truth about an uncomfortable subject.  Then you will see the really clogged up people get their undies all up in a bundle.

Also, and this may seem like a strange aside but it isn't; if you want to get the best "demon dectector" on earth....get a pug dog.  Really, not kidding.   They were bred specifically to detect disloyalty to Chinese leaders in their close subjects.  But what the little ugly-cute dogs are actually picking up on is malignant intent.  And people infested always have malignant intent.  We have a pug who has nailed people right and left.  Some she has zero reaction to and we think she should.  Others who seem perfectly fine, she goes off like a bundle of TNT on.  In the end we always find her judgement was best.  She always knew who we could trust and who we couldn't.  We doubted her but she always came out right in the end.

So now we just trust our pugs straight off the mark and don't question their judgment anymore.

Edited by SSilhouette, 23 October 2012 - 03:56 PM.


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Posted 23 October 2012 - 04:27 PM

View PostOrdinaryClay, on 21 October 2012 - 10:11 PM, said:

This is why the faux skepticism brought about by materialism is so ludicrous. It simply begs the question, and assumes the non-existence of the supernatural and claims this is evidence for its non-existence.


No, it claims proves the existence of mental and psychological issues.

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 05:11 PM

Sometimes it does.  And other times it doesn't.  It's the "other times" that this thread is about..


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Posted 23 October 2012 - 05:22 PM

View PostSSilhouette, on 23 October 2012 - 03:53 PM, said:

One of the greatest tricks I've seen demons do is use an infested host to become indignant, combative, accusatory, snide, condescending, offended, or some other volatile mood in order to shut topics down they don't want discussed.  One of the main ways you can purge demons from a situation is to simply expose in plain language what is going on: ie: the obvious.  That is like poison to them.

Often times you can find out who in your midst is infested by simply stating the plain truth about an uncomfortable subject.  Then you will see the really clogged up people get their undies all up in a bundle.

Also, and this may seem like a strange aside but it isn't; if you want to get the best "demon dectector" on earth....get a pug dog.  Really, not kidding.   They were bred specifically to detect disloyalty to Chinese leaders in their close subjects.  But what the little ugly-cute dogs are actually picking up on is malignant intent.  And people infested always have malignant intent.  We have a pug who has nailed people right and left.  Some she has zero reaction to and we think she should.  Others who seem perfectly fine, she goes off like a bundle of TNT on.  In the end we always find her judgement was best.  She always knew who we could trust and who we couldn't.  We doubted her but she always came out right in the end.

So now we just trust our pugs straight off the mark and don't question their judgment anymore.
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Posted 23 October 2012 - 07:02 PM

View PostSSilhouette, on 23 October 2012 - 03:53 PM, said:

One of the greatest tricks I've seen demons do is use an infested host to become indignant, combative, accusatory, snide, condescending, offended, or some other volatile mood in order to shut topics down they don't want discussed.  One of the main ways you can purge demons from a situation is to simply expose in plain language what is going on: ie: the obvious.  That is like poison to them.

Often times you can find out who in your midst is infested by simply stating the plain truth about an uncomfortable subject.  Then you will see the really clogged up people get their undies all up in a bundle.

Also, and this may seem like a strange aside but it isn't; if you want to get the best "demon dectector" on earth....get a pug dog.  Really, not kidding.   They were bred specifically to detect disloyalty to Chinese leaders in their close subjects.  But what the little ugly-cute dogs are actually picking up on is malignant intent.  And people infested always have malignant intent.  We have a pug who has nailed people right and left.  Some she has zero reaction to and we think she should.  Others who seem perfectly fine, she goes off like a bundle of TNT on.  In the end we always find her judgement was best.  She always knew who we could trust and who we couldn't.  We doubted her but she always came out right in the end.

So now we just trust our pugs straight off the mark and don't question their judgment anymore.

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 07:11 PM

View PostSSilhouette, on 23 October 2012 - 03:53 PM, said:

One of the greatest tricks I've seen demons do is use an infested host to become indignant, combative, accusatory, snide, condescending, offended, or some other volatile mood in order to shut topics down they don't want discussed.  One of the main ways you can purge demons from a situation is to simply expose in plain language what is going on: ie: the obvious.  That is like poison to them.

Often times you can find out who in your midst is infested by simply stating the plain truth about an uncomfortable subject.  Then you will see the really clogged up people get their undies all up in a bundle.

Also, and this may seem like a strange aside but it isn't; if you want to get the best "demon dectector" on earth....get a pug dog.  Really, not kidding.   They were bred specifically to detect disloyalty to Chinese leaders in their close subjects.  But what the little ugly-cute dogs are actually picking up on is malignant intent.  And people infested always have malignant intent.  We have a pug who has nailed people right and left.  Some she has zero reaction to and we think she should.  Others who seem perfectly fine, she goes off like a bundle of TNT on.  In the end we always find her judgement was best.  She always knew who we could trust and who we couldn't.  We doubted her but she always came out right in the end.

So now we just trust our pugs straight off the mark and don't question their judgment anymore.

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Yes...I can see how a demon would be terrified...


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Posted 23 October 2012 - 07:17 PM

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Yes...I can see how a demon would be terrified...
That's it!!! I'm getting one. I have got serval neighbors and clients that need a good demon sniffing.

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Posted 23 October 2012 - 07:30 PM

View PostPoindexter, on 02 October 2012 - 04:19 AM, said:

PS... Have no interest in ..... the Views and Opinions of Skeptics

So basically all you are looking for is people who will say what you want to hear so your little boat won't be rocked by views that probably reflect reality more accurately, am I pretty much on track with this?

Well..I hate to burst your bathtub bubble but there are no "demons". People create their own imaginary demons through their own vile actions and attitudes.


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Posted 23 October 2012 - 11:38 PM

View PostRyu, on 23 October 2012 - 07:30 PM, said:

So basically all you are looking for is people who will say what you want to hear so your little boat won't be rocked by views that probably reflect reality more accurately, am I pretty much on track with this?

Well..I hate to burst your bathtub bubble but there are no "demons". People create their own imaginary demons through their own vile actions and attitudes.

And clay.  Sometimes people make them out of clay.


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Posted 23 October 2012 - 11:48 PM

View Postcoldethyl, on 23 October 2012 - 11:38 PM, said:

And clay.  Sometimes people make them out of clay.

Ah yes, clay. Thanks..I almost forgot about that. :tu:


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Posted 23 October 2012 - 11:59 PM

View PostRyu, on 23 October 2012 - 11:48 PM, said:

Ah yes, clay. Thanks..I almost forgot about that. :tu:

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 01:19 AM

View PostOrdinaryClay, on 23 October 2012 - 02:54 AM, said:

See this post http://www.unexplain...45#entry4509891

A professional, a prison warden, a police officer in the line of duty, and multiple corroborating civilian witnesses.

Man..  Alright OC, here's the deal.  I tried.  I read the post you linked to, and even the posts you linked to inside the post you linked to.  I watched the video.  There is just something in my brain that won't let me believe it.  Maybe I just have such a hard time taking someone else's word for something that seems so fantastic I'd have to see it myself to believe it.  Perhaps its a trust thing.  It probably is connected to the same reasons I have trouble accepting the Bible as truth.

It feels EXACTLY this same as this example I will use to illustrate my point.  Well two examples.  I have two good friends, one of them loves The Cure.  The other one loves Mr. Bungle.  (those are bands for those of you having trouble keeping up).  I love my two friends dearly and so I have tried on multiple occasions to join them in their appreciation of these two bands.  I can appreciate their talent, I can appreciate their artistic integrity, but I cannot for the life of me enjoy these two bands.  Just doesn't work.  They both just irritate something at my core and it just doesn't happen.

Believing in demons is sort of the same.  I can appreciate the fact that these vetted, corroborated witnesses seem sincere - I wouldn't accuse them of lying.  I just can't bring my self around to believe it.  Something fundamental in me rejects it.

OC - I have respect for you and your positions - you present them articulately and with conviction.  I cannot agree with you and be true to myself, however.  Thanks for your time and patience.

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 05:49 AM

Pugs don't drive demons out.  They just let you know who's infested.  Pugs can't really harm anything.  And of course I never said they could drive out or defeat a demon.  Those were words put in my mouth by the peanut gallery here.

The OP asked sceptics to step out of this topic.  Therefore if they are present they will have to come up against the benefit of the doubt being extended to those willing to stretch the hypothesis to include the possible existence of sentient beings that can't be seen.


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Posted 24 October 2012 - 03:25 PM

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Pugs don't drive demons out.  They just let you know who's infested.  Pugs can't really harm anything.  And of course I never said they could drive out or defeat a demon.  Those were words put in my mouth by the peanut gallery here.

The OP asked sceptics to step out of this topic.  Therefore if they are present they will have to come up against the benefit of the doubt being extended to those willing to stretch the hypothesis to include the possible existence of sentient beings that can't be seen.

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 03:44 PM

View Postcoldethyl, on 24 October 2012 - 03:25 PM, said:

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