Sexually Transmitted Demons

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  1. Striveforpurity

    Striveforpurity All praise and glory to our Lord Jesus Christ.

    I am making this thread to say that Habitual porn use will open up doors to the demonic realm. It is like an open invitation for lustful spirits to enter your life.

    Demons are very real and they can be sexual aggressors, these are known by various names around the world but most people in the west refer to them as Succubus/Incubus.

    I can tell you right now they are nothing more than demons straight from hell. They are under the command of Satan and are not neutral by any means.

    Whether or not you are being attacked by these spirits is usually pretty obvious. They manifest themselves to your conscious mind and cause you to experience sexual stimulation usually between the hours of midnight to around 6am, sometimes you can feel their presence and them entering your bed. As time goes on these night visits will become more frequent and sexual pleasure you get from them can become highly addictive.

    • They are so dangerous because the more you willfully allow them to pleasure your body, the lower your resistance to them gets.
      They impregnate you with their seeds of perversion and lust.
      They drain your energy and make you a shell of your former self.
      They will cause you to worship the devil.
      They will rob you of sleep by instilling fear into you so that you become afraid to sleep.
      As time goes on they can become abusive which can manifest itself as poltergeist like activity.

    So my warning to you all is this: If you do not want to catch a STD. Then refrain from the following as they are all avenues where demons can grant legal rights to your life:

    Fornication – Fornication is a word that can cover any type or act of perversion including adultery, incest, homosexuality, etc… You relinquish your authority over sexual lust when you willfully involve yourself with sexual perversion.

    Masturbation – Masturbation is particularly inviting when it comes to the invasion of night demons because through masturbation you sin against your own body and subject it to evil. You become a slave to sin through masturbation.

    Pornography – Pornography is also particularly damaging when it comes to these attacks. Pornography is an act that specifically aims to contaminate your mind. The reason that these spirits come primarily at night is because our conscious minds shut down when we are tired and when we are sleeping. It thus leaves us vulnerable to their control and weakens our resistance to evil. Whatever we fill our minds with during our waking hours is what will reign over us while we sleep!

    Some people think it is fun to be visited by these demons, while enjoying the intense sexual pleasure that they give you. They are very skilled at causing you to feel ecstasy. They are very dangerous though as I pointed out in the list and the consequences of an encounter with them can be utterly detrimental to you spiritually, mentally and emotionally.

    If you want deliverance you must cling to Jesus Christ as our Light and he will guide us because he is our shepherd and will protect us if will truly seek him and strive for purity.

    P.S I suffered from an overwhelming “insane” lust and speak from personal experience when I say they are real.
  2. Wabi-sabi

    Wabi-sabi Imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete

    I don't want to get into a theological debate - all I want to talk about is suffering (porn) and being free of suffering.

    Above all, what works for you works for you.

    I'm not telling you that you are wrong - because I cannot disprove a single word of what you wrote - but suggest that it might help to regard the temptation of Christ as more of a parable than the literal truth. (Some highly regarded Christian theologians take this view.) Satan does not have to be a separate entity so much as a voice that is in all men - the story of the Temptation relates to Christ's inner experience, seeing as there is no mountain high enough in the world to see the whole world from.

    So how would this help you? If you consider Satan as a negative (angry, greedy and deluded) mental state that is lying dormant in all men, just waiting to be nourished, then you should become less self-hating about your relapses.

    I am not trying to attack you or knock your faith. I see you posting here in real pain, and I feel your hurt (having been there myself).

    Seriously, forgive yourself for your past porn use - just as Jesus would. Ask yourself what you are hiding from when you are looking at porn, and then build yourself a positive (and spiritual) future by building good habits into your life.
  3. lookingahead

    lookingahead To restore my inmost being. Staff Member

    Striveforpurity, the church has created an anti-pornography empire over the past 5 or 6 decades. There are Christian based communities like pure passion, Focus on the Family, and xxxchurch that would be extremely receptive to your Biblical lens of sexuality. You're just not going to make any progress on this secular forum. In case you haven't noticed, you never have, and never will.
  4. WhirlwindTobias

    WhirlwindTobias Man Against Mediocrity

    Individuals like you Strive, and perceptions such as this are precisely why no-one takes porn addiction and abstinence seriously. How are we as a community, or at the minimum a collection of individuals with a particular lifestyle supposed to demonstrate any kind of rational credibility to the non-informed? As long as guys like you are associated with abstinence/celibacy we will always be a joke.
  5. Wabi-sabi

    Wabi-sabi Imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete

    I think there can be space for religion in all this - if for nothing else than to prove that people of all backgrounds and faiths can fall into this trap.

    I also think a religious drive can help people recover. I want to become a more spiritual person - which I cannot achieve as a self-loathing porn addict.

    However, Strive can come across as OCD on the subject. It sounds like he's hiding behind his religion rather than using it for support as he faces up to his human frailties.

    Strive - what are you hiding from?
  6. WhirlwindTobias

    WhirlwindTobias Man Against Mediocrity

    This is expected; however the truth is the contrary. Logic dictates that with the threat of fire, brimstone and disappointing your apparent creator it would be much easier than someone with less...extreme motivations.

    However my experience is that the more religious; the more difficult the struggle-strive is by far the most religious individual I've seen and he indulges in things I don't want to mention in his own thread. The irony astounds me.

    My theory is threefold; the increased taboo introduces a thrill difficult to quash, the emphasis on an external consequence rather than an internal belief not being adequate enough and finally the exponentially larger shame (read: negativity) imposed after the fact leads to a higher chance of subsequent relapses.
  7. Deleted User

    Deleted User Guest

    Yes. I would add that a lot of people who are highly religious do that to hide from themselves. They use God or Allah or "the Universe" or whatever to actually reject their emotions just like they use Porn. So Porn makes them feel bad, their belief make them feel guilty about it, and this guilt lead them to believe more and use more porn. Fanatic beliefs are a kind of ideological addiction, so to speak - the same way that we can be addicted to painful memories, but with a moral load added onto it.
  8. TheBorb

    TheBorb Bullshit detector

    One could preach against masturbation or one could preach against the hypocrisy and rampant paedophilia that is symptomatic of the Catholic church and all other religions.

    But one would rather preach against masturbation instead on a forum full of non-caring limpdicks like myself.

    Numpty, get a life, there is REAL evil out there, stop being weak and go fight it, you're clearly an articulate chap, you're firing all them pearls of righteousness into a metaphysical wanksock.

    This is a dead end for your rantings, aren't you aware? It's as though Billy Graham turned up on an island full of bonobo chimpanzees.

    We are bonobos. This is where the bonobos are.


  9. I disagree with some of this, for this reason. I feel its odd when folks profess that they are religious, that's defeatist because it implies a state of infallibility that is at odds with a human's very nature to make mistakes/sin. If a person in whatever religion they follow is trying to gain God's grace so to speak, would understand that no one can truly say 'I'm religious' as that's determined by God not his adherents. Thats why those who feel they are religious might view others as 'heathens', likewise certain atheists see those of a faith as 'religious zealots'.

    I think it's like saying 'I'm sad' or 'I'm happy', identifying with anything that follows 'I'm...' is counterintuitive because most of these emotions are fleeting and aren't true 100% of the time. When emotions/religiousness/atheism/<insert political ideology> becomes an ID, that is a red flag.

    The pmo argument is not lacking credibility due to folks like Strive or the folks that favour 'rational' means. Many of us here self-diagnosed ourselves as having a p addiction, although it can be objective ultimately the determinant's of our kind of addiction is subjective. If a genuine addict, chooses to see this addiction as a joke, they lack maturity.

    Finally, we need to stop creating and responding to articles on here with our hearts, but our minds. Why we're using this forum to humiliate and ridicule each others beliefs/ worldview is shameful and far-removed from the purpose of a forum: to invite discussion. If we aint got nothing nice to say...don't say it, discuss with like-minded folks, simple as.
  10. TheBorb

    TheBorb Bullshit detector

    Stop wasting your time.;)
  11. bucketter

    bucketter Guest

    ok first off all this is why as a whole, porn addiction isn't taken seriously at all, because of the uber religious arguments here that makes porn addiction seem like its just another religious anti-porn movement and make no mistake, some of you actually think and treat it like that and its those people who make this whole finding of porn addiction seem like a joke.
    secondly strive's hypocrisy is through the roof and honestly I think you are lost. at the start of the week I made a thread asking advice about a girl and you yourself came to my post and said that this forum is for porn addiction and not dating advice, well shouldn't that then apply to you? if this forum is for porn addiction only then why can you now talk about the lord which since then you've spoken about three times and probably more and demons having their way with you?and please tell me how your computer screen will summon a succubus "straight from hell"?
    lastly how can you tell anyone anything about staying away from porn when you just PMOed 10 hours ago according to your timer? shouldn't you be riddled with demons right now? and I thought you said you were cured?
  12. TheBorb

    TheBorb Bullshit detector

    When I wrote my penultimate (now pen-penultimate) post on this thread, Strive had jizzed an hour beforehand...the 'demons' had got him again. They guided his hand down to his knob...for they have that power...and made him thrash thrash THRASH that manflank 'til that liquid silk exploded. The demons. Them bloody demons, eh? Bastards.

    I felt a bit fucked off with life last night and the 'demons' made me drink two bottles of red wine. The dirty twatters. And I awoke with a demonic hangover...but the tea demons forced me to make two big cups of tea...and I feel kinda A-OK now.

    The bath demons have coerced me into running my bath before work...evil, pure evil, they are.

    It wasn't me. It was the fucking demons. A lot of guys say that. Guys that are in prison for a looooong time.
  13. Choice-R-Us

    Choice-R-Us New Member

    Demons change your brain through neuroplasticity. Once the demon pathways have solidified through the accumulation of deltafosB, it takes a reboot of no less that 90 days to overcome demon addiction. It is highly recommended you exercise a lot and seek a healthy relationship with a real spirit (rewiring). Hard mode is possible, where you avoid all triggers related to demons by looking away and immediately changing channels or closing magazines. Demon fantasies have to be avoided, they share the same pathways and they lighten up. More research is needed and do not be fooled by naysayers, they are all incompetent and paid shills.
  14. OU812

    OU812 New Member

    Strive're too hard on yourself...and take yourself WAY too seriously. Hence, why you're on a continuous Relapse cycle.

    Forgive Yourself. See Yourself with Kind Eyes.
  15. LetMeGo

    LetMeGo New Member

    Behind that judgemental text hides a very desperate young man who wants to be pure - free from PMO addiction.

    I've seen a couple of guys like this. When they abstain for some time and recover, they eventually drop this fanatical obsession with God and Devil, evil and good.

    Trust me. That fanaticism is nothing but a temporary disorder of the mind.
  16. Wabi-sabi

    Wabi-sabi Imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete

    I read Strive's posts and all I see is pain and suffering - the frightened boy within the man, and all that.

    Strive - I've said it before, and I'll say it again: forgive yourself and face your fear. Everything else follows on from this start point. But you do have to focus inwards to get the ball rolling.
  17. Striveforpurity

    Striveforpurity All praise and glory to our Lord Jesus Christ.

    The devil is a real entity and real Christians could care less what those liberal XINO theologians say.

    The temptation of Christ was a real event.

    Not a good idea to ignore the enemy and delude one self into believing the enemy is not real. The saying "Know Your Enemy" is one of the first rules of war.

    Thank you for your concern. Seriously, thank you.

    Don't know which empire you mean but when I joined this forum there was no sign saying "secular forum only" so I will continue to express my views as I see fit.

    Guys like me who believe in marriage and the family?

    Porn is wrong, bad, evil, demonic.

    1) I have not once professed to be a religious person on this forum (Religion and Christianity to me mean two completely different things).
    2) Admitting you are infallible and need help is actually a sign of strength not weakness.
    3) Christianity is the opposite of trying to gain God's grace.
    4) I fail to see the relevance of your last sentence.

    A man with an experience is never at the mercy of an argument. I made this thread to warn others. Religion had nothing to do with it.

    Deny the supernatural at your own peril. Many an atheist has eaten their words after a near death experience or some other undeniable encounter with the supernatural. Demons are more real than the air you breath and you can count your life on that.

    Yet the Bible says if you continue to habitually sin your conscience will be hardened.

    I believe Ephesians 4:18-24 addresses this issue:

  18. TheBorb

    TheBorb Bullshit detector

    Mark my words matey, I know a LOT more about that stuff than you probably do. It runs in my family on my mother's side. I have it man. I just don't talk about it. Your religion will not 'save' you from anything. There is dark and there is light, there is good and there is bad. And it is all NECESSARY to keep balance. You cannot have one without the other. It is all energy. All this Christ shit...sincerely, you're wasting your fucking time. Stop making icons, godheads, empowering fake beliefs. Deconstruct your belief system and you will grow grow grow.

    Be a good person and fight that evil. Be good. Stop wasting your time overanalysing your wanking habits. It's...a bit pathetic, innit.
  19. Striveforpurity

    Striveforpurity All praise and glory to our Lord Jesus Christ.

    The Bible mentions “generational curses” in several places (Exodus 20:5; 34:7; Numbers 14:18; Deuteronomy 5:9). God warns that He is “a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me.”

    The cure for a generational curse has always been repentance.

    You are right religion can not save. Only JESUS can deliver us from the reason for which Hell exists—our sinful rebellion.

    I do not live in fear of evil because I know that Christ lives in me.

    Our standard of what it means to be a "good person" much much lower than God's standard.
  20. TheBorb

    TheBorb Bullshit detector

    And...yeah...demons's the truth. There ARE demons. And they exist in pure forms and distant forms and fragmented forms and within the souls of many of us. Studying a bible won't do shit to a demon. To beat a demon you have to know demons and how they work. And it requires no religion.

    Yet the funniest thing is...that religion you's run by has been since it started gaining ground a couple thousand years back. And they made it into an elite club...where followers such as yourself assume superiority and gain 'rank' through your piety and exclusion of 'lesser' people/non-believers. Study their bible and attend their churches in smug masses assuming each has a higher knowledge than the 'average' person. Horrible hypocrites of the most sickening type. Controlled by demons. Yourself, controlled by demons. LOL.

    I've always said you're an articulate guy. But you really are a misguided, sad fucker. Get a fucking life. Next time you have a wank, make sure it's on a sexy bird's tits. THAT's how one is supposed to spunk up. ;)
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