Halloween celebration invites demonic possession – SSRF Reports

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Halloween celebration invites demonic possession i.e. possession by ghosts and demons, especially if celebrated repeatedly, finds a study conducted by the Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF).

MELBOURNE / NEW JERSEY  – A basic law of spiritual science states that

‘The word, touch, form, taste, smell and its related energy coexist’.

This means – where the name and form of ghosts, demons or negative energies exist, such as on Halloween, their distressing energy is present too.

As the form and colour of the decorations and costumes used in Halloween celebration are similar to that of ghosts, they act as antennae to attract a lot of negative distressing energy.

“Even though we do not see it with our naked eye, the negative energy accumulated through Halloween celebration, apparel and accessories builds up around the body and in our environment, forming a black covering”, says Ana Prodanović of SSRF.

She adds: “Its adverse effect on those masquerading themselves lasts up to three weeks, while a person celebrating Halloween repeatedly in time becomes completely absorbed in this black covering and thus 30% more susceptible to possession by a ghost”.

SSRF studies the laws and cause-effect relationships of the spiritual world and defines demonic possession as the control of a ghost or demon over the emotions, thoughts, decision making ability and subsequently actions of a person. The ghost or demon achieves this by merging with the person’s consciousness.

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The world’s population presently faces many difficulties, at least 50% of which have a spiritual cause. By celebrating Halloween, we further fuel their increase, hence SSRF advises everyone to refrain from Halloween celebration.

SSRF, based in Australia, with centres and spiritual seekers around the world, publishes spiritual research conducted through advanced sixth sense (ESP). Hence, it is able to study aspects of the spiritual dimension that are often overlooked by conventional research methods.

Source:

www.spiritualresearchfoundation.org

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