See, I’ve asked spirits before about this when trying to determine if all spirits are created by our consciousness or if some could pre-exist before human kind, and obviously there are both however, I’ve encountered some spirits as someone else mentioned earlier that claimed they were human once but are now what is commonly referred to as a demon.
Now the demons who existed before us, never do tell you straight up how they could’ve simply existed with no creator when you ask, well if there is no supreme god, then how did you get here? They always just say, I have always been, I was not created, I just WAS, IS and AM. They refuse to elaborate further because they say we humans are so used to growing up believing everything is created because of our religious stories and because humans DO have to be created, that we simply cannot fathom how something could just exist without a creator.
I have been told that until I experience human death and what happens afterward, that I can never truly understand that concept. Fair enough, it is rather confusing to most of us. But I have also been told by some spirits that they used to be human once so I said, but if there is no real religion and no supreme gods, which means no christian heaven and hell, then how does a human become a demon. We have always been lead to believe by movies and religion that humans who do bad things go to hell and some of those who are damned to hell are chosen to be adversaries for the christian devil, becoming demons, trusted appointees that are allowed to rome the earth as need be to help the devil accomplish his deeds.
So if those are all just stories, then why else would a human become a demon after death? What is the reason for it? And who or what decides which people move on to become alternative spirits and which people simply cease to exist? I was told the following:
The higher self dictates what we become or what we cease to be when we die. You are in control, even those who are unaware that they had any control and those who simply refuse to take reigns of control for religious or other mundane reasons. We decide what happens after death and we begin shaping these decisions while we are still alive. As the world, i.e. the way it is experienced Nd the way we see it, is determined by the beliefs of each individual this allows every human to have a customized experience while alive, whether that life is considered good or bad. The same holds true in death. As above, so below.
Now roughly translated, with a bit more prying and pushing, an easier answer would be that, your personality and the actions you take while alive, will dictate your afterlife. Not in the literal sense, no one passing judgment on you sending you to heaven or hell but instead, you are your own judge. Those who believe in religion and expect to die and go to heaven will naturally be at peace when they die, expecting to meet up with a grand creator and be rewarded for their servitude, will simply move on to another realm that they create with their minds when they die because they are not only expecting it, but they are okay with it. Their afterlife is usually another realm somewhere outside of this one that closely matches what they envisioned it would be like.
Atheists will simply cease to exist because of their beliefs or because it’s what they’d prefer to happen and their energy will disappate until gone completely.
Those who are more agnostic and unsure of what to believe may find themselves roaming the earth, wandering spirits who are lost or angry because they are confused and had no real direction in life, therefor would have no real direction in death. While those who are more magickally inclined may also roam free as wandering spirits, but those who have claimed ultimate godhood for themselves in life, may move onto to even greater things and find that in death, they also have the same kind of power that they sought after while alive. Hence, those may possibly move on to become powerful spirits with actual influence, those whose energy may reborn into what is commonly referred as a demon when the future generations of humans focus their intent enough to create a new entity, your death energy can be drawn to that collectiveness and you essentially become a part of the newly created entity.
Yes, A PART of, not the entire entity. I was told that entities that are really just a part of our imagination that has come to life, whether one person alone created the new entity or an entire group of people created it, that new entity is made of energy from more than one source. Essentially, the leftover energy of multiple dead people has collected to together to form ONE. Since these entities actually consist of multiple parts of energy, it allows the entity to be omnipresent.
All of the energy is capable of sharing the same consciousness, same thoughts, same goals, but they are still made of separate energies in the end, which means these separate energies are free to break off at any time they wish and come back to collective body anytime they wish, allowing an entity to insert bits and pieces of its energy into multiple locations at once while performing tasks for humans that are currently alive in exchange for offerings, and having so many energies pooled into one entity body is what allows the entity to become so powerful, and the reason they can influence things that we cannot always influence on our own while alive, is because of the collective energy and because those energies have access to other realms and forms of creation which we as humans cannot access so easily without some for, of astral travel which can be exhausting on a human body and mind.
I also asked, so does this mean the entities that have always just existed with no creator are the same? Is that how they were never created because their essence as a whole was not created by intent, but instead incidently formed on its own when enough wandering death energy was placed together by collective consciousness, causing these energies to form one being? The spirits refuse to answer that one, I just get that look like go away, you are asking too much! Very strange indeed, but what do you think?
I know that was confusing so if anyone needs me to clarify what I meant, let me know. I just sounded like a complete psychopath, so if you have any questions just ask me to be more clear.