Monday, July 7, 2014

A Scary Tale of Demonic Possession in a real life girl

On the new website DailyMail.co.uk, there is an eerie story about multiple demonic possession. This possessed girl is said to have climbed up walls and levitated, resembling what we watched in The Exorcist movie. The real life possession exhibited all the signs and symptoms the Church would identify as a demonic possession.

The house of this girl shows some unknown white apparition in the window. As I scrolled down the website, I noticed something odd that is looking outside of the window. If you don't believe in possession, read this story on DailyMaily.co.uk and you may become a believer.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2546850/Children-possessed-200-demons-levitated-walked-backwards-walls-hospital-staff.html 

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Deliver Us From Evil exorcism movie

Eric Bana is starring in an upcoming exorcism movie Deliver Us From Evil, set to be released on July 2, 2014. This movie is based on a true story about a NYPD officer's experience with an evil demonic spirit terrorizing New York City. Devil and demonic subject matters usually delve deep into biblical themes on the Devil.

Exorcism movies are extremely popular. In recent time, The Devil Inside and The Possession finished first in their opening weekends. Moreover, The Conjuring deals with an exorcism in the ending. These types of movies cause anxiety and fear in moviegoers who find demonic and evil spirits entertaining.

Deliver Us From Evil is a great movie title that tells us what the movie is about. The director Scott Derrickson has made previous movies on exorcism, such as The Exorcism of Emily Rose and Sinister. We're sure this movie will feature an exorcism at the end, which The Devil Inside filmmakers failed to incorporate into their movie. The best scene in an exorcism movie is always the ending - the exorcism ritual.

Watch Deliver Us From Evil on July 2, 2014 to get a midsummer scare.




Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Do you believe in bad luck?

People get mad when a person blames bad luck on their unfortunate events. The truth is that bad luck is real and that some unlucky people do find moments where their faith and belief system are tested to the max. These people believe that bad luck are consuming their existence. Do you believe in bad luck?

Is it bad luck? How else would a person explain a broken window, engine problems, broken doors, unpaid bills, unable to find a reliable job with degrees and experience, parking and traffic tickets and other events in the same year? The list goes on and on, proving that bad luck is the cause of their chronic problems. On the contrary; bad luck may pose as a possible remedy to repair a broken life.

Why would we think that bad luck is a remedy to our lives? Bad luck tells us that we need to make immediate changes. When things continue to go wrong, we get frustrated and this makes us want to avoid such occurrences.

Nobody wants to get recurring bad luck. Some say that we put ourselves in bad situations rather than believe that we may be cursed and/or targeted for bad luck. The superstitious believe that bad luck involves bad karma. If you owe people, you may never be in a position to retain money.

Bad karma is real. It may visit you right away or return back in the future to give you bad luck. I am a firm believer that bad luck exists in everyday life and that we experience such negative events to increase our awareness about making immediate changes.

If we get too complacent with a mediocre life, we will never accomplish what we really want. A dream can take a lifetime to accomplish while in a comfortable situation. Dreams are supposed to be take effort. We need to struggle first, and then gain the strength to take risks.

Will you accept just any job with bad luck present? Some close friends may consider your negative thinking as an excuse. What these friends don't know is that basic principles are at play. Your friends may think they understand your situation, but they have no clue about your real struggles. Even your family members are quick to judge your decisions. It takes support to see the light.

We have a right to believe in bad luck. If you do all the right things and get all the wrong results, then there is no better way to explain unfortunate events unless we attach them to bad luck. Bad luck may enter our lives to warn us like a visual sensor flashing on your dashboard. It may be telling you that you need to change your ways or risk the future.

Take a risk to accelerate your goals. Try not to focus on bad luck too much. We can either blame bad luck all the time for any unfortunate events or thank these bad moments as a reason we took action.

Your bad luck may be a blessing in disguise, the nerve that is communicating to your body that it is time to go after what you wish and want to do with your life. There is no better time than now to chase after your dreams.

We can believe in bad luck, but don't use its message as a way to lose hope. The next time you have bad luck, look up to the sky and say thank you for this message of faith and courage.