How to Recognize a Person Who Is Possessed by a Negative Astral Being: 6.8 Beings of the Dark . ‘Creatures of the Night’ . channeled by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 10 October 2013; updated with images, text and videos during October 2021-January 2022; republished as a separate blog on 29 December 2021
Full title: “Satan’s Powers and What to Do about Them: 6. How to Recognize a Person Who Is Possessed by a Negative Astral Being by the Qualities of That Being Mirrored in the Person” … “6.8 Beings of the Dark . ‘Creatures of the Night'” . by Alice B. Clagett
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  • VIDEO BY ALICE
  • SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
    • THE ATTRACTION OF NEGATIVE ASTRAL BEINGS TO CHRIST-LIKE PEOPPLE AND TO SAINTS

Dear Ones,

This is subsection “6.8 Beings of the Dark . ‘Creatures of the Night’,” of the section “6. How to Recognize a Person Who Is Possessed by a Negative Astral Being by the Qualities of That Being Mirrored in the Person,” from the video series “Satan’s Powers and What to Do About Them,” by Alice B. Clagett. There is an edited Summary after the video …

VIDEO BY ALICE

SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.

I have for you today subsection 6.8 of the video series “Satan’s Powers and What to Do About Them,” by Alice B. Clagett. Subsection 6.8 is entitled “Beings of the Dark . ‘Creatures of the Night'” …

Are the negative astral beings of Light or of Dark? The answer, I feel, is: of Dark … because they are attracted to people who have more Light in their energy field; and because, as they obsess or possess these people, the people lose the Light.

The people’s Light is lost through the act of obsession or possession by the negative astral beings. Thus, it is clear to me that these negative astral beings are feeders upon the Light of our Soul fields. They themselves do not have Light. They feed upon the Light, like the beings we term ‘parasites’ in the physical, natural world.

I gather, also, that the negative astral beings enjoy envisioning themselves as Light rather than Dark.

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I have an image for you entitled “This Present Darkness.” It is a composite image adapted by me, Alice B. Clagett, on 5 April 2021, and it is Creative Commons, so I can show it to you. It is a night scene in the city. There is water in the background, and there are stars in the sky; and a couple walking along in the foreground of the image. In the sky I have placed yellow eyes and sharp, white fangs of demons flying around in the sky. You can see lots of them. This would be called a Dark Attack, I guess, because there are so many of them.

There is a Description of the image below …

Composite Image: “This Present Darkness,” adapted by Alice B. Clagett, 5 April 2021, CC BY-SA 4.0 … CREDITS: Adapted from “Starry Night Over the Rhone,” by Vincent van Gogh, September 1888, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Starry_Night_Over_the_Rhone.jpg … public domain … DESCRIPTION: A couple is walking by a river at night. On the other side of the river can be seen streetlights, which cast yellow columns of reflected light on the water. The sky is dark. In the sky can be seen the glaring yellow eyes and white fangs of demons intent on who knows what mischief.

Composite Image: “This Present Darkness,” adapted by Alice B. Clagett, 5 April 2021, CC BY-SA 4.0 …

CREDITS: Adapted from “Starry Night Over the Rhone,” by Vincent van Gogh, September 1888, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Starry_Night_Over_the_Rhone.jpg … public domain …

DESCRIPTION: A couple is walking by a river at night. On the other side of the river can be seen streetlights, which cast yellow columns of reflected light on the water. The sky is dark. In the sky can be seen the glaring yellow eyes and white fangs of demons intent on who knows what mischief.

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So this painting portrays negative astral beings a beings of the Dark, in the night sky. By the way, this painting is an adaptation of “Starry Night Over the Rhone,” by Vincent van Gogh.

THE ATTRACTION OF NEGATIVE ASTRAL BEINGS TO CHRIST-LIKE PEOPPLE AND TO SAINTS

From this quality of feeding on the Light derives the tendency of the negative astral beings to cluster round human beings who bear great Light. Thus we find, in the Bible, how the devil taunted Christ, who was full of God’s Light, in the desert. In the stories of Christian saints, we find similar ‘bedevilment’.

Yet Christ and the saints were able to ‘cast out devils’ from people who asked for this help. To me, this means that negative astral beings are attracted to Christ-like people, but unable to deplete their store of Light, because that Light is derived from their devotion to, and alignment with God, the Source of all that is. God’s Light is plentiful, and inexhaustible, and so the saint who stands steadfastly in hope and faith in God, can never be without His Light.

I think you will find in the blog below information helpful in understanding this topic …

Link: “Kundalini Risen to Protect Against the Predations of Black Magicians,” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 25 July 2020 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-jgo ..

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I have an image for you called “St. Catherine of Siena Besieged by [Six] Demons.” The painter is anonymous (Lesser Poland). The painting was created in about 1500, and I found it in Wikimedia Commons as public domain. Saint Catherine of Siena was a very famous saint, and you see her as the main figure in this painting. But around her are these six grotesque beings, that might be taken to be negative astral beings. This is one of a number of famous instances of saints being plagued by negative astral beings …

Image: “St. Catherine of Siena Besieged by [Six] Demons,” anonymous (Lesser Poland), circa 1500, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lesser_Poland_St._Catherine_of_Siena.jpg … public domain

Image: “St. Catherine of Siena Besieged by [Six] Demons,” anonymous (Lesser Poland), circa 1500, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lesser_Poland_St._Catherine_of_Siena.jpg … public domain

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I have another famous image for you with the same theme. The title is “The Temptation of Saint Anthony.” It is a 15th century work that I found in Wikimedia Commons, and it is in the public domain because of its age.

There is Saint Anthony in the middle, and is he ever being beleaguered by a number of very odd-looking negative astral beings. This was a common theme of those ages; the people of the 15th century really believed that this type of thing might happen to a saint …

Image: “The Temptation of Saint Anthony,” book scan of Giovinezza di Michelangelo, Catalogo a cura di Kathleen Weil-Garris Brandt et al., Palazzo Vecchio / Casa Buonarroti, ArtificioSkira S.R.L., Firenze-Milano, 1999, p. 327 (image no. 44), ISBN 881185687, 15th Century, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Schongauer,_Martin_-_St_Antonius_-_hi_res.jpg … This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 100 years or fewer.

Image: “The Temptation of Saint Anthony,” book scan of Giovinezza di Michelangelo, Catalogo a cura di Kathleen Weil-Garris Brandt et al., Palazzo Vecchio / Casa Buonarroti, ArtificioSkira S.R.L., Firenze-Milano, 1999, p. 327 (image no. 44), ISBN 881185687, 15th Century, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Schongauer,_Martin_-_St_Antonius_-_hi_res.jpg … This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 100 years or fewer.

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I found several more paintings on this theme of the temptation of Saint Anthony. One is a color version of the drawing I just showed you. It is somewhat different in the detail, but overall the image is more or less the same. The title is “The Torment of Saint Anthony,” by Michelangelo, painted between 1487 and 1488. I found it in English Wikipedia, and it is in the public domain. You can see the same general picture, rather more striking because of the color, I feel …

Image: “The Torment of Saint Anthony,” by Michelangelo, circa 1487-1488, in English Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Michelangelo_Buonarroti_-_The_Torment_of_Saint_Anthony_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg … public domain

Image: “The Torment of Saint Anthony,” by Michelangelo, circa 1487-1488, in English Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Michelangelo_Buonarroti_-_The_Torment_of_Saint_Anthony_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg … public domain

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Next I have the painting “Saint Antony beaten by the devils,” by Stefano di Giovanni. It seems he was in the process of painting it from 1430 until 1432; and I found it in Wikimedia Commons as public domain.

I noticed in this image a being rather like a chimpanzee, and another two beings more human-like. And then the saint has fallen down on the ground. On the left is the being like a chimpanzee. In the middle is Saint Antony, beaten. Behind him and to his right are two human-like beings that are intended to be demons or devils.

I noted in particular the use of gilding or golden paint, first of all, to show the halo of the saint; but in addition, to point out certain areas that might be termed the energy fields that were different about the demons.

For instance, it looks a lot like the demon on the right has a gilded face on its derriere. Then there is more gilding up around his face that is reminiscent of those medieval faces of demons with the long snout, like that of a boar or maybe a dog.

So you could think of this as a person with a strange anomalies in its energy field: one being the face on the posterior, and the other being a kind of a snout its face.

Then we have the gilding on the being standing behind the saint. That is hard to make out, except that it might be descent of the Dark through the central vertical power current or ‘kundalini’ that is making the artist inclined to gild the entire length of the torso like that.

On the left we have the chimp-like or ape-like being. It is interesting: It looks like there are three areas of gilding: the face, the gut brain, and the derriere … as if those were the most important areas of the energy field of that being. An enigmatic painting, is it not? … very much so … almost as if the painter knew about three types of demons that had three unusual energy fields and that were attacking the more humanoid energy field of the saint. Maybe we will know more about that in the future …

Image: “St Antony beaten by the devils,” by Stefano di Giovanni, from 1430 until 1432, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Saint-antony-beaten-by-the-devils–_Sassetta–Siena_Pinacoteca.jpg … public domain

Image: “St Antony beaten by the devils,” by Stefano di Giovanni, from 1430 until 1432, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Saint-antony-beaten-by-the-devils–_Sassetta–Siena_Pinacoteca.jpg … public domain

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Next I have “The Temptation of Saint Anthony” by Hieronymus Bosch, painted between 1495 and 1515. I found it in Wikimedia Commons as public domain. You know, Hieronymus Bosch was noted for very bizarre images that might be said to be visions of the hellworlds.

Some people say that the number of pictures of the temptation of Saint Anthony in his work leads them to believe that Saint Anthony was the patron saint of Hieronymus Bosch, who may have suffered similar torments.

With that in mind, here is a detail showing Saint Anthony and the grotesque demonic depictions of Hieronymus Bosch …

Image: “The Temptation of Saint Anthony,” by Hieronymus Bosch, between 1495 and 1515, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hieronymus_Bosch_003.jpg … public domain

Image: “The Temptation of Saint Anthony,” by Hieronymus Bosch, between 1495 and 1515, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hieronymus_Bosch_003.jpg … public domain

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I have one other image from Hieronymus Bosch, also called the “Temptation of Saint Anthony,” about 1500, Wikimedia Commons,  and public domain. It is triptych … meaning that it is a painting in three parts … very beautifully displayed in three gilded frames.

This is apparently about the temptation of Saint Anthony, but the miniscule detail here is impossible to take in, I feel, unless we examine the picture little by little.

Overall, it does not look so good. It looks a lot like a hellworld scene, does it not?  So you might want to look this one up and observe it little by little, and see what Hieronymus Bosch thought about the temptation of Saint Anthony, and the types of demons that were there …

Image: “Temptation of Saint Anthony,” by Hieronymus Bosch, circa 1500, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Jeroen_Bosch_(ca._1450-1516)_-_De_verzoeking_van_de_heilige_Antonius_(ca.1500)_-_Lissabon_Museu_Nacional_de_Arte_Antiga_19-10-2010_16-21-31.jpg … public domain

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So, the notion is that, if you have a saintly intentions, and if you are beleaguered by negative astral beings, then have faith and hope. Do not be too concerned. It has happened in the past with other saintly people; it may happen in the future with saintly people not yet born on the Earth plane; and in your case,  it is bound to go away sooner or later, with God’s help.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars

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