Image a scenario whereby you are slouching in your comfy arm chair, sipping a nice cup of tea and watching some mind control television when the door bell rings.
(If you don’t have a door bell then just imagine having one… just kidding). You open the door and to your surprise you encounter a rather weirdo looking man wearing a tattoo of a skull on his neck,
hair matted and smelling like the great unwashed. He asks if he can come in, insisting he is a victim of a cruel life and means no harm. Honestly now, would you let him in? Probably not.
Ok, now lets rewind the clock back to just before the door bells rings. Whilst watching some trash the door bell rings, you open the door and see a rather smart looking gent wearing an expensive
suit, a friendly smile and a the looks of a film star. He tells you that he lives across the road and took in a parcel for you whilst you was away. Handing over the parcel he smiles and asks if its ok if he
is able to have a glass of water. Do you refuse and risk seeming rude or nasty? Probably not, but do you leave him at the door whilst you go off to get the water. Do you close the door on him and
get the water or do you just let him in.
In the first scenario we are met with someone who clearly goes against social norms. We are conditioned by society to mistrust people who look shifty, out of place,
tattoos above the shoulders, bad health and hygiene issues etc. We overlook his claims of victimisation and harmless intent. You might be inclined to help this man
through financial means but would you let him in not knowing anything about him?
In the second scenario we witness a smart, confident and good looking man. He states he is a neighbour and hands over a parcel addressed to you. He is non threatening, exceeds social
norms, has done you a favour, claims to be local and asks for a glass of water. You are more likely to let this person into your house then the first. Now that’s not to say everyone would
trust this stranger but its far more likely to happen given the first scenario.
People who communicate with the dead, ascended masters, aliens and other spiritual entities are effectively doing exactly the same only that the house is a metaphor for their mind and the caller is the spirit.
If the spirit was intently evil would show up as a nasty looking goblin spouting hatred? Probably not, who in their right mind would allow such an abomination into their minds. Tragically for the medium (channeller/spritist)
how the spirit shows itself is paramount and just like the smart man, the spirit can emanate feelings of trust and specific emotional responses to those that allow them access to their minds.
Trust is built upon experience and the forming of a relationship. The entity can carry this one for years, decades even but to what end. In some cases the medium is not harmed and eventually dies thinking they
are going to a heavenly realm. At worst they are reduced to suicide or completely possessed. In either sense they give over their God given free will to a demon masquerading as an angel of light. If you don’t believe
me ask God, keep asking him until he shows you the truth.