Entities to cure autism

Hello. Anyone know of an entity that is capable to cure 1 persons autism? What do you think it would cost? Perhaps anyone with such experience?
Thanks!

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Autism is a result of how the brain is wired, so to speak. It’s not something that can be cured without highly advanced operations ( that are frankly sci go levels of advanced and far beyond current human society ).
Think of it in terms of psychopathy; you can’t change the fact someone has it, but you can alter how it manifests in a person. In the case of the psychopath, you can alter his behaviour by socialising the psychopathic child more thoroughly. In the case of an autistic person, you could engage them with various exercises and therapies to help them understand the perspective of others more thoroughly and learn to frame their own experience in the wider context of the world around them.
You could work with spirits to help the autistic person engage more effectively with these therapies or to start to alter their thought patterns to push them towards naturally developing more functional thought patterns. No one entity springs to mind, but you could have a google/ search on forum for something

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I do.

But have you try ask Raphael if he can?

Nothing, just the victim interest.

Uhmm yes, but not with autism, it was cancer.

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You are aware cancer and autism are two completely different things? As in the process required to remove cancer cells ( or theoretically genetically alter them to resemble normal cells) is/would be completely different to anything relating to autism.

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a friend on facebook told be that sorath is very good at rewiring and fixing brains
any healing spirit can do,
king paimon
and if we speak about mentality leviathan will aslo help

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Marbas and Buer could also help.

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:thinking: it is possible I remember it was mentioned about mental illness in some of E.A videos! Anything is possible in magic! You just have to try! Look for healing entities and the ones who can change the mind! Raphael is the best doctor in town :+1:
Good luck and update us with your results!

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You should embrace the autism, become one with your inner space robot memelord 4channer.

Seriously though, it’s better to work on becoming the best self you can be, instead of trying to change into someone else.

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Asking as an actual autistic person: are you on the spectrum or are you looking to cure someone else?

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My post is essentially for Asperger,because there is other degree of autism
You can’t cure autism, you will always be different from “normal people” ,but it doesn’t mean that you couldn’t live in a normal world, you just need adaptation ,to analyze yourself and your progression.
I listed autistic trait that you need to transmute to get along with normal people
1.Anxiety is the first aspect you need to control and eliminate
2.Depression will follow you all your life if you consider that it’s a “genetic” thing or that you are “meant to be a depressed human”
3.Try to erase strange aspects or behaviors at least when you are people,I know it’s sound hard or impossible and some things are part of you, but there is something called “normality” that you need to fulfill all your life,to be liked and accepted by people ; I know it’s horrible to say that, but if it’s your goal to cure austism,you have to make sacrifices.
4.Dont take life seriously,laugh at yourself, be confident and stupid,don’t think before talking or acting,try making crazy and fun things, you need to find interest in non-intellectual subjects likes sports, sex drugs, friends,money sucess ect…
All I want to say is that you can be loved,accepted and being funny and interesting from non-autistic people, it only take time and effort, but sure you could stay yourself and still love yourself

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Raphael, Marbas, Hanuman, come to my mind.

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Have to respectfully disagree. If Incurable illness like 3rd stage cancer can be given with in a day then Autism can also be cured. May not be just within a day, but it surely can be. Advanced healing magick exists.

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Autism isn’t a disease though. It’s a neurological disorder.

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As someone with autism, I have to say its nothing to cure but to work with.

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So if theoretically a method of taking an autistic brain and changing it into a brain closer to the norm was developed, you wouldn’t have it done?

Once again, as someone with autism, no. Autism isn’t some disease that you need to cure. Yes, it brings certain challenges in life, but it also has some advantages. Autistic people can be brilliant, talented, and creative. Yes, they may have difficulties with social interaction, but that can be helped. However, its that brilliance that has so much potential. Not only for what it can do for the autistic person but what it can do for the community.

Think of it from a spiritual perspective. If someone was born a way that makes them unique, and gives them tons of potential towards a task, why would you want to take that away from them? What could you be costing the human race by doing that? And as for giving the person the choice to become normal on their own, I can’t stop them, but its still something I disagree with. They came to this world for a purpose and would be robbing themselves of that purpose.

A professor of mine called autism a disease. I told her its not. A disease is something that hurts you, and eventually may kill you. Cancer, Diabetes, Alzhiemers, Poleo. You don’t suffer from autism. Autism doesn’t hurt you. The world does.

The fact is the world isn’t currently designed to accommodate autism. Hell, it has a hard enough time accommodating a variety of things. Society is in favor of a pre-conceived concept of what a person should be like or how they should live. It doesn’t accept the fact that people either are born different from the concept or choose to be different as they seek out their own path. It then not only mocks and ridicules them, but also fears and demonizes them. May I remind you this is an occult forum, and a post about which spirit can be used for a specific task? The fact we even are involved in this stuff puts us out of the norm. Would anyone here give up their path and beliefs just to be closer to normal? Would anyone go through conversion therapy just be closer to normal? Or if there was a way anyone here could change their own race and skin color to (oh I don’t know) WHITE, would anyone take it?

Maybe there is a spirit who can “cure” autism, but that brings up the red pill and blue pill concept. Along side that, I’ve seen many posts on here about how we shouldn’t care what other people think and travel the paths we’ve chosen. Hell, some posts relay messages from gods, angels, or demons on the same line. So if a spirit could make an autistic person “normal”, do you really think they’d do so willingly? And if they did, I bet they’d look down on you for asking them to do that.

As someone with autism, I feel the better course is to ask for spirits that can help utilize the benefits of autism and minimize the down sides. I am looking into using Mercury spirits in planetary magick because Mercury encompasses what the needs for this venture are knowledge of any subject, communication, and socializing. Next I’d call on Venus for help with relationships. Then Jupiter for finance and Mars for protection.

Any entity that could or would cure autism I’d stay away from.

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In some ways, I suppose that is the ideal cure. You’ve removed the debilitating aspect while keeping the potential benefits.
I’d don’t mean to give off the impression I’m in some way against autistic people. It’s just that I find it interesting how views between those with neurological abnormalities view their difference compared to how the rest of society perceives it.
I agree disease is the wrong term for it. Condition would be more appropriate: something that causes the person to deviate from the norm and may or may not cause problems/ be beneficial.
You can view psychopathy in a similar way. Socialise a psychopathic child poorly and you’ll produce a social blight. Socialise him well and you’ll raise someone who can embody the best humanity has to offer.
I’m very much of the opinion that the damaging aspect of conditions should be stamped out, although that doesn’t mean you can’t try and keep the positive side of it.

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Then we’re in agreement

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I’d say probably not either because it is changing that person completely. They would have to except having their very personality change forever and no longer be the person they are now.

Some might disagree but I know those who’d say no still.
Now some aspects or ticks sure, I don’t see why not. “Normal” people have annoying ticks or behaviors they want to change too.

Also Pychopaths can learn to fake emotions but can never learn to feel it.
Sociopaths can to some degree however.

It’s a way your brain is wired it’s not like a sickness

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