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hobbyholly (11 stories) (572 posts)
 
11 years ago (2010-04-22)
"I went to the hospital with some major medical problems on 3/24/2010."

Were you diagnosed with something? I'm assuming doctors ran some sort of tests/blood work. Did your fiance' take you to the hospital? (I'm assuming he found you unconscious) Did you explain to the medical staff about the scratches you've been getting?

I just think before we jump to demons/spirits/ghosts we (the posters) need a better idea of what medically is going on (while respecting your privacy) with you
IntriguedSceptic (43 posts)
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11 years ago (2010-04-22)
Grimm-Reaper24

"if you woke up and found that your panties were off and wet, then that should tell you right there"

Why does that necessarily have to mean a demon is involved? You're just making wild assumptions on something that could be perfectly innocent.
Grimm-Reaper24 (1 stories) (31 posts)
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11 years ago (2010-04-22)
first of all, these people need to shut up... It's plain and simple as to what you are dealing with, you're dealing with a powerful and possessive demon, if you woke up and found that your panties were off and wet, then that should tell you right there. This demon has you marked because it wants and has been raping you when you sleep, the attacks and the scratches are to break you down mentally because as soon as your defensive barriers are let down, then the demon has a chance to possess you permanently. My advice, call a priest, pastor, or someone of great spiritual and religious power to help get rid of the thing, using ouija boards is only going to make it pissed and make things a lot worse for you and your fiancee. Vinegar, salt, etc... Those items are used for wicca and witchcraft magick to try and dispel evil spirits and demons, but are useless if you have no knowledge on how to use them properly. And moving somewhere else isn't going to help things either because it will just follow you.
sadkins1986 (1 stories) (2 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-04-02)
Hi everyone, I am sorry that I have not responded in a while, but I have been in the hospital and just got back home this morning. I went to the hospital with some major medical problems on 3/24/2010. That night I went to sleep as normal but I was awaken at 3AM to banging and the sound of glass breaking. I went to go check it out, and found nothing. So, I went back to my room, got into bed, and got very cold. After about 5 minutes of lying in bed, I felt like something was scratching my back, chest, arms, legs, and neck. I went to the restroom to see what was going on, and to my surprise, when I turned on the light, I had blood everywhere. So, I ran back to my room to wake up my fianc
ZiShu (281 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-22)
E-Mail me as soon as possible. I will help you.
Aznaoki22 [at] yahoo.com
IntriguedSceptic (43 posts)
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12 years ago (2010-03-22)
You don't need vinegar or salt.

You need to ride out these withdrawal symptoms for that is what it is.

You need strong will and a sound mind to beat these kind of demons.
ab42berry (31 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-22)
I believe I can help. The first thing you should do is put a dish of white vinegar mixed with some salt next to your bed and leave it there until it evaporates then re fill it.

Also say psalm 91 and 71 out loud 3 times before you go to bed and when you wake up. If you have tea lights sleep with a white candle burning in a safe place in your room

If you have any more questions or need more help than this please contact me at supernatural.services [at] gmail.com
magiccure (2 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-22)
God created all humans with their shields. These shields hold all entities out (not allow any parasite to attach to you). When you take anything like alcohol or drugs and pass-out you shields become weak and some times these things posses your body. Now they enjoy everything you enjoy. So when Best way is to find your way back to one true God. This will protect you and push these things out of you.

May your problems vanish and map you find the real peace in life.
robertar (223 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-21)
what doyou think it might be?

What are you willing to do? (it's timewasting for people to respond without knowing given the disparity of views on this subject.)

Can you say more about yourself.
monicar (4 stories) (12 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-20)
first off congrates on being drug free keep up the good work I agree with devious angel video tape yourself and rule out self infliction you being off the drugs is leaving you more open where before you was probly really out of it does anyone else experience anything in the house because poltergeists are experienced by several people, but they seem to center around one certain person. This person may be highly stressed as of late or maybe this person has gone through some type of emotional situation. Maybe being you this type of thing will leave anyone stressed but keep doing what your doing keep faith close by your side ❤
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-19)
Hello, sadkins1986.
First and foremost. Congrats on ridding yourself of that personal demon. What a courageous and difficult thing to do.
Do you have a support group, sponsor, counselor, advisor that you can turn to? If you do, I would suggest giving them a call. I have noticed when I am going through confusing and rough times, someone to lean on seems to lift that weight.

All wonderful, wonderful advice going on here in the comment section. Good job guys, rising to the occasion here!
Devious, Granny, Hobby, Vulcan, WReck...
You know what? Everyone gave great advice, and you even got one here waiting with moral support. Awesome.
In addition to the vinegar and salt, I would ALSO suggest a cleansed bowl of dirt from your yard (just a handful- YOUR hand), pure water and a pinch of salt (mix it all up, there is no "consistency", you just want it combined) set high up on a shelf, or otherwise out of your way. IF this is indeed a negative being, this will also help.

**question for Sunday: when you were thrown out of the doctors office, did he KNOW these were withdrawals? Or was he assuming?

Wa-do.
cosmogal926 (9 stories) (1223 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-19)
Hi Sadkins, I also commend you on your decision to quit drugs. Devious has a very good suggestion re: video taping yourself while you sleep. Also, meditation as WReck72 suggested can be very helpful. You might still be suffering from withdrawls, but being that you have seen a doctor concerning these experiences and they have no explanation then I would think there is something else going on here. Granny hit a point where she said that activity picked up after the drugs have been stopped. Sometimes there are entity's that are attracted to people who are addicts and not in control of themselves. You may have an entity that is upset with you for taking back control of your life. If so, then I would suggest surrounding yourself with positive energy. If you are a religious person you can contact a priest from your parish and ask them to say a prayer over you. You can also try the salt water and vinegar, and a smudging. I hope you find a solution soon. Thank you and take care 😊 ❤
Sundaydrive (49 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-19)
I really can't offer you any better advice than what has already been posted. I just wanted to say Kudos on your Quit. That is awesome.
Is it alright if I tell you a story?
When I quit, I had horrible withdrawals. They were just crazy nuts. I got the sweats, shakes, got these weird blotches all over my body, was restless, couldn't sleep, every part of my body hurt. When I laid in bed to try to go to sleep I would kick and squirm and wake up drenched in sweat with the sheets in all kinds of strange tangles. Once I woke with the sheet somehow wrapped around my neck.
I went to my doctor, not to get help with this, but because I really thought he would prescribe me another drug to take away the symptoms I was having (there's an addict for you). I was basically thrown out of the office with the suggestion to get into detox if I couldn't handle this on my own.
I was sitting at the bus stop, trying to decide if I was going to go home, or go to my dealers when this woman walked up and just started talking. I couldn't concentrate or stop moving. She recognised my actions for what they were and gave me her number and told me to call if I needed help. What a freak! I thought. Who gives their phone number out to a druggie on a bench at the bus stop? I went to my dealers.
One morning I woke up and I really thought someone had been killed in my bed. There was blood everywhere. I jumped out of bed looking around to see where this person was, and hoping I did not kill one of my "friends". There was no one there so I started looking at myself. I got a real good look and hated what I saw. Not only did I have scratches and pocks on just about every inch of myself, but I looked like a sixty year old at 23. Luckily I found the number that lady gave me (don't ask me how, it'd been months since that day) and actually let the phone ring and someone pick up.
Socks on the hands and feet at night, fasten them with rubber bands if you have to. Believe it or not, toe nails can scratch just as easily as fingers, and during strong withdrawals, it's amazing how flexible and powerful you can become. Braid your hair at night, then wrap it in a bun. Wear clothes that you have to unfasten buttons, ties or snaps. Have you checked under your nails to see if there is any scraped skin or hair? Sometimes, in this recovery, our worse enemy is ourselves.
My withdrawals still happen, and I have been clean for 3 years, 5 months, and 16 days, and they just pop up out of nowhere. I will have long periods of none, and then I just wake up one day with the symptoms. I'm lucky. I still call that woman, and she has become my mentor.
I'm sorry this is so long. I just know what it is like to be in your place. Please be strong, and do what you can to "soften" the acts, so if it is you, like it was me, you do not inflict as much damage.
WiztipskiMor (1 stories) (3 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-19)
I agree with hobbyholly. This sounds like something that should be considered more rationally at first, ie the Police/law should be called. Is there any chance you could be victim to a crime here? Could you have been drugged with GHB or the like by someone you actually know? I have no idea about your circumstances, and am making a raft of assumptions, but I assume from what you say that you don't live in a gated palace with security guards, and unfortunately these attacks are certainly not uncommon on women by sexual criminals and this is not something that should be allowed to be put down to possible paranormal activity. I almost hope for your sake that there is a logical, albeit criminal explanation for this.
I hope you can resolve this soon and also well done for otherwise getting your life back on track.
KirstyLouise (15 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-19)
oh my dear lord.
That is scary!
You are so brave, oh and well done for gettting off the drugs:)
If you've seen doctors and stuff then maybe to need to see a paranorma expert. Set up camra's in your house to see whats's going on.
I hope to hear what happens soon<3
God bless,
I hope I have helpt.
Kirsty,
xoxooxx
princessLotus (2 stories) (555 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-19)
I can give you a lot of helpful advice if you are open to it. I tend to have people e-mail me as opposed to giving advice here because there is a person who makes it very hard for me. So MANY people from this site have contacted me for help & they are very special cases & very special people my address is
Lotus08kiss[at]gmail.com
Feel free, I am licensed in what I do & have been doing it for many years. It's costs you nothing & no I'm not a super religious weirdo,lol. & thank you for sharing this with us! You are brave. I hope to hear from you soon dear! Best of luck1

~~LSD~~
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3326 posts) mod
 
12 years ago (2010-03-19)
Sadkins: I agree with Devious and WReck... The sea salt and vinegar has worked for a couple of people on this site... And meditation will take you to a place where you can relax and absorb some positive energy while releasing the negative... Come to think of it, while my teens were taken up doing illegals my paranormal experiences were next to nothing, but prior to and afterwards, that's when things have happened... Hummm 😆
WReck72 (1 stories) (116 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-18)
I recommend om meditation sit upright in a relaxed position close your eyes and repeat om aloud or in your head or any other short non associative sound, word or phrase. As you repeat in you may notice it stops being the word or sound you started with and starts to be more of a hum or pulse that's good the goal is to clear your mind and be calm and balanced. Now you may be wondering why I am suggesting this or how it relates to your problem. I think DeviousAngel gave good advice and I believe it will probably help. Based on your story though I think you are off balance and that is probably amplifying the issues. I am also curious about which drugs you got off of but I understand if you don't want to tell everyone.
vulcan10 (5 stories) (332 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-18)
It would be hard to say by that short description what it is. Besides, I'm not an M.D. I would seriously consider seeing your general physician first and have him or her suggest a good follow up plan. That might mean going to a sleep clinic where they hook you up to monitors and film you while you sleep. I went to one for my sleep apnea. This could be something serious that could effect you for the rest of your life and should not be taken lightly. Good luck to you and THank God your sober now. I went through many years of alcohol addiction and I wouldn't wish any of the addiction monkeys on my worst enemy. It's not just a bad way of life, it's no life. As I'm sure you know. If you have a sponser you should get in touch with them NOW! This sounds like signs leading up to a relapse. I'll pray for you tonight.
DeviousAngel (11 stories) (1910 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-18)
Thank you for sharing your experience, as I believe it takes a great deal of guts to admit something like this is happening. Also, I think it's very brave of you to turn your back on drugs. That's definitely something to be proud of!

It sounds like this could be a potential incubus visitation. I have heard of experiences where incubi have been extremely rough with their hosts. Firstly I would like to recommend that you video record yourself as you sleep to find out if there are absolutely ANY external reasons why you may be getting these injuries. If there is any reason at all other than paranormal, this will help to clear it up. If you can see no visible reason or it appears to be a paranormal occurance, the next step would be to cleanse yourself and your home.

I'm not sure if you're religious or not, but if you are, I have heard that prayers and casting out in your chosen deity's name really helps, as long as you believe in it wholeheartedly. If you're not religious, I would definitely say try smudging your home and particularly the room you sleep in to ward off anything evil. I have also heard people on this site say that salt (preferably sea salt) and white vinegar mixed in a bowl helps ward off any negative entities. Regardless of whether or not anyone thinks that these things are superstitious bullcrap, they HAVE helped individuals here and it might work for you.

Please let us know if any of these things work, or if the situation persists. The fact that you have notified your doctor and he/she has no explanation tells me that something external is definitely going on here.
hobbyholly (11 stories) (572 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-18)
Did you go to a regular M.D? I suggest maybe a sleep specialist. Perhaps they can make sure you're not suffering from a Sleep Disorder.

Have you even taken a nap with your fiance'? Perhaps have him "watch" you while you take a little cat nap.

Are there scratches on the head board (if you have one) or frame?

This may sound strange but bare with me: I googled "scratching in my sleep". I read on a forum about sleep that you should try wearing oven mitts to bed. If you still wake up with scratches that would rule out you inflicting.
Summit (18 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-18)
I am living in philippines and not new to your story. But, I have my aunt having the same encounter like you do, not very often though.
sadkins1986 (1 stories) (2 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-18)
I life with my fiance, but he works 3rd shift and is not home when these things are happening. I have been to a doctor and they can not give me any reason as to what they think is going on. 😢
hobbyholly (11 stories) (572 posts)
 
12 years ago (2010-03-18)
First let me say kudos for getting off drugs.

Second: before we start jumping into the paranormal, have you seen a doctor about these scratches/clumps of hair? Also this may sound silly but: do you live alone? Do you have roommates?

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