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A friend of a friend said he saw a demon on me. what does this mean?

at a 4th of July party a friend of mines boyfriend told her he saw a demon on me. stated it was solid black with white eyes. The "demon" went from me and sat next to my friend and then her sister. he doesn't want her around me because in his religion this particular demon(black with white eyes) means i'm going to harm her in some way. what do i make of this? what does this mean? the guy was on hallucination drugs for a while but he is "clean" now. he doesn't talk to anyone but her, unless he is one upping a story. is this whole thing an attention problem or is this religion legit? he claims i bullied him in high school and thats why....but the girlfriend told a mutual friend that this demon thing is the reason why he doesnt want me around. its stupid i know! but it just kind of rubbed me the wrong way!....i named my demon charlie :)

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you need to tell him what ever crack hes smoking he needs better stuff. demons by definition (the old pagan definition) were beings that resembled humans (to the t) so that they could get close to the victim in order to drain their soul. black shadows with white eyes is a hollywood stereotype. he needs to stop watching scary movies while tweaking.

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I don't think the guy saw any such thing; you don't just see demons with your naked eye unless you have some supernatural power. He is probably an attention seeker, and no one can tell whether he is really clean from his drug problem.

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he wants attention or he's mentally ill.

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he wants attention

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I think you should do one of two things,

1. Take your friend to a place to get him off of his drugs, or
2. Take your friend to a mental ward

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Move on...You have more important things in your life.This guy seems to have issues .Don't believe everything you hear..Make good choices where you go and who you go with dear..

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Well he's either schizo or was on drugs.

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This guy is not your friend and may have some problems in his life that you don't want to be involved with. I can assure you that you can't fix him. Whatever he says or believes he sees has nothing at all to do with you. Frankly, I would limit my contact with him but that is your choice.

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Okay, I've been on the internet for about 45 minutes looking for demons with white eyes. The internet is not a definitive source, and demonology is a "real" thing. I think it's bs.

That said, I do believe in the paranormal even though I don't believe in demons. I've seen a shadow person. I don't know what it was. My daughter claims to see them all the time. Sometimes I absolutely can explain the phenomena--sleep paralysis, car headlights casting shadows, etc. Sometimes I can't.

No, I don't think the religion is legit, even if the info was "real." It is possible he saw something due to drugs, withdrawal, an actual disorder, or because there was something there.

I asked my daughter if she's ever seen one with white eyes--no. She said if they are the dead, she think's they get tired of not being seen and will do anything to be noticed. If they had a witness, they might have put on a harmless show.

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He is crazy and jealous.

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I LOVE that you named your demon Charlie!!! I think it's just a BS attention thing. I used to have friends that would pull similar crap.
Also, bad boyfriends often try to drive away their girlfriends friends to make them more codependent. I'd suggest staying supportive of your friend in case this guy should become a problem for her. Be understanding and prepared to forgive her if she blows you off a bit for this guy, she'll likely regret it.

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Very perceptive. I was surprised that only 3 of 17 answers suggested the control aspect of a boyfriend who may be a future potential abuser, intent on separating his girlfriend from her support system. Often times jealousy leads to that.


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When I was a teen I was like a magnet for those guys! I remember my mom trying to explain this behavior and I absolutely did not comprehend. I figured it out eventually, lol.
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Drugs can often effect someone for years after they quit. So either that man was still having residual hallucinations or he hasnt really quit drugs like he says or he simply has a mental disorder possibly from brain damage due to drugs and he may have hallucinations the rest of his life.

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Either he is trying to defame you being jealous, or trying to scare you into conversation as the zealots do?.


Even if there was anything as demon, don't you think you, as the victim, would have felt the presence before your friend's friend, as the third party spectator!!

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Sounds like this guy might be a bit insecure about the level of commitment on the part of his girlfriend and that she might be more attracted to you than him. To that end, this is a way to keep you away from her, and is impossible for you to disprove. Quite cleaver, actually. And if you and his girlfriend take this demon story seriously, all three of you have issues to deal with.

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Hi Cal, I wanted to share my thoughts with you on how quickly and thoroughly I think same-sex marriage bans will be struck down in the courts. (1). As I'm sure you're aware, the laws of reciprocity have long been excepted in all 50 states regarding a number of interstate issues, including marriage. If one is licensed to drive in one state, one is licensed to drive in all states irrespective of differing DMV laws among them.i.e. turning right on a red light. Interstate commerce would come to a standstill otherwise. The same has always been true with the recognition of marriage, i.e. teenagers eloping to marry in a state where parental permission is not required of minors as young as 14, will still have their marriage recognized when they return to their home state. I think that the courts will have no alternative than to enforce the laws of reciprocity when legally recognized same-sex military families are transferred to another state. I don't see how they could rule any differently since the repeal of DOMA. (2). If you read Scalia's dissent in Lawrence v Texas, his words are prophetic in that he states (I'm paraphrasing) that if sod_my laws were ruled unconstitutional, the state would never again be able to prove a state interest! Do you think I'm being too optimistic? I'd like to hear your thoughts.







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@Nero: Sorry about the delay in responding. I have been on a 10-day road trip to Colorado since July 10 without computer access, and it appears that only the more recent notifications are showing. Thanks for alerting me to this one. I agree with everything you said above. Bans of same-sex marriage haven't a leg to stand on for all the reasons you mentioned. When Gavin Newsom started issuing same-sex marriage licenses at SF city hall in 2004, I would have thought it wildly optimist to expect legal same-sex marriages within four years -- albeit short lived. Now with over half the country not only accepting of homosexuals, but accepting of marriage equality, it's hard for me to imagine anything regarding this issue that is "too optimistic".
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He either crazy, or making it up to get rid of you for some reasons. Demons aren't real.

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I don't think he's serious. There are some extreme believers who do this just to get you to feel insecure about yourself, and this way you will convert more easily to their religion. I'm hoping this isn't what he's doing. You have to know, though, there are no such things as demons. It's only man's ancient explanation of why people do bad things.

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Hello demons are Spirits and spirits live in a different realm . we therefore live in a human realm.Need I say much more ? Seems as if he has seen to many Hollywood movies.

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