That is a fascinating true story. How did you recognize this demon? We tend to say “oh, it’s pscyhological” or “oh, physical problem”, but how did you know it was demonic? Sincerely asking this — I don’t doubt your story, I truly wish to know, please
Long story: Believe me, if you ever encounter one, you will know it. My 90 year old mother physically attacked me and actually injured me and I’m a strong woman. Then when I tried to hold her back away from me, the demon manifested as total blackness in her eyes, no whites showing; Her eyes were normally a beautiful green. The feeling of evil was like a heavy weight against me.
I had to call on the name of Jesus for help over and over. It didn’t leave until I “commanded” it to leave my mother’s body in the name of Jesus Christ. I commanded it to leave her and to leave my house forever. Mom started to fall but my husband (who had heard the commotion) caught her and sat her down. That was the second time she had attacked me physically. After that she was her sweet self that she was when I was a small child.
It was the little Christmas gift of a Quija board back in the 40s that made her captive to the demons. I believe that children must be protected by the good angels. Mom was a sitting duck for the “invasion”. She would “invite” whoever is out there to “come in” and get them to answer questions. Well, they came in. So many of them that she went completely mad. Tried to kill herself time and again.
It wasn’t until my Dad took her to her parents and left her there that she got able to function again. They did the right thing. They prayed over her day and night. Most of the demons left, but I always knew that one or two were still there. If she thought she was alone, you could catch her talking to them or laughing at something they said. She got pretty clever at covering up for them.
If you ever see anyone with a Quija or even discussing getting one, please tell them not to ever bring that instrument of the devil into to their home.
You can feel demonic the same way you can feel the Spirit of Christ. It’s a presence that is real. If you have experienced the Spirit of Christ, try to imagine the extreme opposite of that. It’s heavy and dark and frightening. I pray you never have to experience it. As St Paul wrote: “Put on the whole armor of God.”
I meant to mention that your name is “time” in Greek. Just wondering why you chose it.
I’m curious if there have been many, or any, well-documented cases of ‘demonic possession’ in younger children (pre-puberty)? If yes, the circumstances surrounding these cases, for example any common pattern/similarities, as well as the outcome.