Satan’s Powers 3. What Are Devils? . 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 21 December 2021
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  • VIDEO BY ALICE
  • SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
    • DEVILS EAT RED AND BLACK ENERGIES
    • DEVILS CAUSE PAIN TO HUMANS BY STROKING OUR PAINFUL THOUGHT FORMS, SO THAT WE BECOME EDIBLE TO THEM
    • HUMANS ACT OUT THESE PAINFUL THOUGHT FORMS AS WHAT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH CALLS ‘SINS’ . SINS ARE THE CAUSE OF HUMAN SUFFERING
    • HOW SIN CAUSES US TO EXPERIENCE THE HELLWORLDS
  • CREDITS

Dear Ones,

This is section “3. What Are Devils?” 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 the third section in the series “Satan’s Powers and What to Do About Them.” This, the third in the series, is entitled “What Are Devils?”

Devils, which are minions of Satan, are not like human beings. Like Satan, they do not have Souls. They are a form of animal that is very predacious, very cunning, and very adept at mind control. In my experience, they do not understand language at all. For instance, they do not understand English.

DEVILS EAT RED AND BLACK ENERGIES

Devils are beings of the colors of red and black. They eat the energy that is colored red and black; they can survive on that. They see the colors of our thoughts and emotions, and they have a way of attempting to redirect our thoughts and emotions so that our energy field becomes more red and more black.

I have several images for you that illustrate red devils and black devils. These come from lore and artwork of the Christian church in ages past. Here is an image of a red devil standing, and another red devil, it looks like, flying in the sky, and with clerics (priests or religious leaders) all around.

[The one that is standing] has wings. It looks like it has strange horns on its knees. It is [often the case] in church artwork that devils will be depicted as having humanoid form … for instance, [they maybe depicted as] bipedal; as having two feet and two arms and a head. But then, certain aspects of them will be different from what human beings are.

They will have wings. They might have horns. They might have strange feet, for instance, or other strange aspects that make it clear to the person viewing the artwork that they are devils, and not people.

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This image is entitled “Saint Benedict of Nursia Exorcises the Devil from Man Possessed.” It was in a fresco by Giovanni Antonio Bazzi a long time ago, in the 1500s …

Image: “St Benedict of Nursia exorcises the devil from man possessed,” in a fresco by Giovanni Antonio Bazzi (‘Il Sodomo’), between 1505 and 1508, “Life of St Benedict, Scene 13: Benedict Frees a Monk.” from the Territorial Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sodoma_-_Life_of_St_Benedict,_Scene_13_-_Benedict_Frees_a_Monk_-_WGA21575.jpg … public domain … DESCRIPTION: White-robed, tonsured clerics and saints perform an exorcism. One cleric scourges a man’s back with long twigs. Another, with hood up and beardless, with a pleasant smile, shoos the devil down the stairs from a building. The devil is about 4 feet tall, red, and wiry. It has hold of the cleric’s robe at the level of his groin, and looks at him spitefully. The devil has horns on its kneecaps, and claws on its fingers. It has short, red, webbed wings.

Image: “St Benedict of Nursia exorcises the devil from man possessed,” in a fresco by Giovanni Antonio Bazzi (‘Il Sodomo’), between 1505 and 1508, “Life of St Benedict, Scene 13: Benedict Frees a Monk.” from the Territorial Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sodoma_-_Life_of_St_Benedict,_Scene_13_-_Benedict_Frees_a_Monk_-_WGA21575.jpg … public domain …

DESCRIPTION: White-robed, tonsured clerics and saints perform an exorcism. One cleric scourges a man’s back with long twigs. Another, with hood up and beardless, with a pleasant smile, shoos the devil down the stairs from a building. The devil is about 4 feet tall, red, and wiry. It has hold of the cleric’s robe at the level of his groin, and looks at him spitefully. The devil has horns on its kneecaps, and claws on its fingers. It has short, red, webbed wings.

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Image: “Benediktusmedaille,” by Desiderius Lenz, monk in the Abbey of Beuron, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Benediktusmedaille.jpg … public domain … DESCRIPTION: “Created for the 1400th anniversary of the birth of Benedikt in 1880, commissioned by Archabbot Nikolaus d’Orgement from Montecassino – today the most widespread form of the Benedictus medal.”

Image: “Benediktusmedaille,” by Desiderius Lenz, monk in the Abbey of Beuron, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Benediktusmedaille.jpg … public domain … DESCRIPTION: “Created for the 1400th anniversary of the birth of Benedikt in 1880, commissioned by Archabbot Nikolaus d’Orgement from Montecassino – today the most widespread form of the Benedictus medal.”

This is a wooden Saint Benedict of Nursia medal that I wear all the time [shows medal]. This Christian sacramental medal is described at …

Link: “Saint Benedict Medal,” in English Wikipedia … https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Benedict_Medal ..

Saint Benedict of Nursia very skillfully devised a very potent rhyme to exorcise devils. i think that is because so many people came to him with the problem of being obsessed or possessed by devils.

In fact, in the above image you can see a man on the right striking another man to make a devil go away; that man who is striking might be Saint Benedict of Nursia; it is hard to say. From that I might gather that in those days, in the 1500s, they thought that by causing pain to a person’s physical body they might make the devil that was obsessing them … the ‘entity attachment’ … go away, under the assumption (I guess) that whatever it was that was attached to the person could also feel the pain that that person felt, and that they [the entity attachment] might want to avoid that pain … that is my guess.

By way of explanation, that is not my own point of view on driving out devils; I feel it is better to follow our hearts and speak our truth, so that we can experience joy every moment of our lives. That is because, I feel, devils really find the quality of joy unpalatable, and must look around elsewhere … for people experiencing misery and pain … as likely targets. By experiencing joy in our lives we may, I feel, slip past these devils entirely.

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I have one other picture for you; this is of a black devil. The title of the image is “Saint Benedict Exorcises a Devil.” It is from “Saint Benedict Stories” by Spinello Aretino, 1387 …

Image: “Saint Benedict Exorcises a Devil,” from “Saint Benedict Stories” by Spinello Aretino, 1387, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Spinello_Aretino_Exorcism_of_St_Benedict.jpg … public domain … DESCRIPTION: White-robed, tonsured clerics and saints capture a 4-foot, black devil with small, webbed wings. The devil is sitting on a more-or-less square slab of white rock. The devil has a snarling aspect, and fangs on its lower jaws. It has 4 fingers on each hand, and 4 toes on each foot. The fingers and toes end in claws. It has a short tail, is somewhat hairy, and has, it looks like, 4 hEVILS CAUSE PAIN TO HUMANS BY STROKING OUR PAINFUL THOUGHT FORMS, SO THAT WE BECOME EDIBLE TO THEM orns, which slant backwards and are only slightly curved, on its head.

Image: “Saint Benedict Exorcises a Devil,” from “Saint Benedict Stories” by Spinello Aretino, 1387, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Spinello_Aretino_Exorcism_of_St_Benedict.jpg … public domain …

DESCRIPTION: White-robed, tonsured clerics and saints capture a 4-foot, black devil with small, webbed wings. The devil is sitting on a more-or-less square slab of white rock. The devil has a snarling aspect, and fangs on its lower jaws. It has 4 fingers on each hand, and 4 toes on each foot. The fingers and toes end in claws. It has a short tail, is somewhat hairy, and has, it looks like, 4 horns, which slant backwards and are only slightly curved, on its head.

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See? In the center, a black devil surrounded by clerics or monks. The devil looks a little like a man … but I would say, a very unappealing man, with very strange feet. It looks like it has a tail, and claws on its hands, and strange, webbed wings. It looks like the clerics are all standing around, trying to figure out what to do about this.

I see that one of the clerics has tethered [the devil] around the neck with a pole and a tether on the end. I think the explanation of that might be that they have captured it, or prevented it from causing harm, there in that place where they are.

DEVILS CAUSE PAIN TO HUMANS BY STROKING OUR PAINFUL THOUGHT FORMS, SO THAT WE BECOME EDIBLE TO THEM 

The way that devils are able to obtain food from the human energy field has to do with stroking or enhancement of certain thought forms that are painful to us humans, or cause pain in other people because we are thinking them. It is a kind of stroking or glomming or crossing of the electromagnetic lines of force that they manage to do, and which we interpret as ‘mind control’, because what happens is that we start to think very dark, very cruel, or very painful-to-ourselves thoughts.

HUMANS ACT OUT THESE PAINFUL THOUGHT FORMS AS WHAT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH CALLS ‘SINS’ . SINS ARE THE CAUSE OF HUMAN SUFFERING

In life, we start to act out what is known in the Christian church as the seven cardinal or deadly sins, which are: pride, envy, gluttony, lust, anger, greed and sloth. This Christian list of sins adds envy, gluttony, and sloth (or indolence) to the Hindu list of ’causes of suffering’; Hindus also recognize attachment to the senses as a cause of suffering; suffering being, in their eyes, synonymous with Soul ignorance.

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Here is an image for you that I found intriguing. It is by the artist Mikhail Vrubel, and is entitled “The Girl Against the Background of Persian Carpet” …

Image: “The Girl Against the Background of Persian Carpet,” by Mikhail Vrubel, 1886, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mikhail_Vrubel_-_The_Girl_Against_the_Background_of_Persian_Carpet.png … public domain

Image: “The Girl Against the Background of Persian Carpet,” by Mikhail Vrubel, 1886, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mikhail_Vrubel_-_The_Girl_Against_the_Background_of_Persian_Carpet.png … public domain

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The image [is of] a young girl, ornately adorned, sitting against a background of a Persian carpet. The thing that I found intriguing was the look on her face. It is, [I feel,] somewhat haunted, somewhat obsessed, really sad. And so the question that this interesting artist brings up is: Why, with all this wealth, is this girl so unhappy? Why is that?

The answer to that question … whatever it may be for you … has to do with the Christian church’s definition of the seven deadly sins. I leave that to my reader to contemplate and to determine … each in your own way, I hope … as did the artist Mikhail Vrubel.

HOW SINS CAUSE US TO EXPERIENCE THE HELLWORLDS

Here is the last subheading, entitled, “How Sins Cause Us to Experience the Hellworlds.”

Those colors of the aura … red and black … and those desire-filled thought forms called the cardinal sins … create a denseness in the aura because of the glomming of the electromagnetic lines, that pulls us down into a world known in the major religions as ‘the hellworld’. Actually, the hellworld has many levels, and so, in the Hindu texts it is referred to as ‘the hellworlds’.

I ask those of you that practice Satanism … I ask you to consider what you are doing in giving your thoughts and emotions, and the actions in your lives, over to a being that desires to live on and feast on your electromagnetic field energy, your life force, by turning you to a life of sin.

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In concluding this subsection, I have for you two images. The first is “The Card Reader” by Mikhail Vrubel. You can see a woman dealing cards, and a look on her face that I would call ‘obsessed’ or ‘possessed’ … which was a topic and a subject amply dealt with by Mikhail Vrubel.

Image: “The Card Reader,” by Mikhail Vrubel, 1895, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Michail_Alexandrowitsch_Wrubel_001.jpg … public domain

Image: “The Card Reader,” by Mikhail Vrubel, 1895, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Michail_Alexandrowitsch_Wrubel_001.jpg … public domain

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There is such a thing as ‘obsession’ or ‘possession’ of human beings by devils. It is important for each of us to learn the look that people have when they are obsessed or possessed. And so I am offering you this image to give an initial understanding of what it may look like when you run across someone [who is obsessed or possessed] … because, when you do run across someone like this, there is a chance that the entity that is obsessing them or possessing them might leap onto your energy field preferentially.

So it is good to stay away. It is good to direct them to those that can exorcise (drive out) devils. There are mighty few of those on Earth today, but there are some.

If you take a look one more time at the way the woman’s face looks, you see a sort of a fixed stare. You see a kind of a silent scream that is not showing up on the features. The features look relaxed. But within … through the eyes … you can see the anguish of the Soul.

Can you tell that? A very beautiful woman, but dwelling in deepest anguish: obsession or possession of the Soul by a malignant entity.

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I have one other image for you today, by George Frederic Watts. It is called “For He Had Great Possessions.” Here is a man; you can see he has very fancy clothes on. Yet he is standing with his downcast head turned towards the wall.

There is something about his great wealth that is causing him to be despondent. And this, like those other pictures, has something to do with the Christian notion of the deadly sins.

Why is it that great wealth can cause despondency? I leave that for you, the reader, to determine.

Image: “For He Had Great Possessions,” by George Frederic Watts, 1894, effected by brightening, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:George_Frederic_Watts_(1817-1904)_-_%27For_he_had_great_possessions%27_-_N01632_-_National_Gallery.jpg … public domain

Image: “For He Had Great Possessions,” by George Frederic Watts, 1894, effected by brightening, in Wikimedia Commons … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:George_Frederic_Watts_(1817-1904)_-_%27For_he_had_great_possessions%27_-_N01632_-_National_Gallery.jpg … public domain

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

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The sections “WHO IS SATAN,” “WHAT ARE DEVILS?” and “HOW TO RECOGNIZE A PERSON WHO PRACTICES SATANISM” are excerpted from … Link: “Who Is Satan? What Does a Satan Worshiper Look Like?” by Alice B. Clagett, written and published on 31 May 2017; revised … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-7gx ..

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