Is there a way to prevent Death?

According to a contemporary magician, positive = + (-) and negative = - (+), create in order to destroy and destroy in order to create. Lilith concerns the Black Moon which is - (-), and the Black Sun + (+). A possible static life. So yes, indeed she may be powerful against death :slight_smile:

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Healing and protection/ use the force @Ravenxoxo :wink:

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Will it be better if I ask King Paimon Lucifer and King Belial for their protection ?

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Honestly (this is only opinion) they will all help you regarding protection. But the eventual point of asking their help is for you to learn from them how to do it yourself. I wondered about protection and whatnot but I’m assured I shouldn’t worry… the mantra ‘Nothing is more powerful than what I will become’ springs to mind thinking of the black magi

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but talk to King Lucifer, King Paimon or King Belial regarding these topics. Whoever you feel the most comfortable/at home with, depends on your bonds and whatnots

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Yes there is and I only know one person who can do that to my knowledge.

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If I were to make a guess, life and death gods are the way to go.

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If you know this is going to happen, when and how, you could find out what pre-destined that and deconstruct it.

For example, ask their Higher Self. Sometimes people die when they do for a reason - so that life force can reincarnate to be of the right age for some future event.

I know that sounds a bit “Life School” new-agey, “it was meant to be” BUT there are definite trends in world, even cosmic, affairs, and being 5 or 95 at the wrong time can keep someone out of the loop for the kind of event their soul is in harmony with, even destined to take part in.

Sometimes as well their death can have some effect on someone else that alters their life course, I mean Batman is an obvious, if silly, example.

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She’s not wrong lol.

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haha @Lady_Eva every time :wink:

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Maybe Hecate :sunny: how’s she like by the way?

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I think @Lady_Eva got it. But if youre really trying to FIGHT call on an angel… Rafael o

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We come on time and we go on time.

If you overcome one means, another is just likely to be used to end the life (at the same time it should have happened).

A relatively recent (publicly known) example would be Wayne Dyer - he developed leukemia. Cured it (supposedly, based on his daughter and what she says of the autopsy report) but died of a heart attack anyway instead of cancer.

I know other examples in my own life…

That said…I like to believe it is possible to prevent it or at least prolong it a great deal i.e. stories of immortals, philosopher’s stone etc. But so far, in my life experience as of now, those are more “hopeful” beliefs rather than anything I’ve personally had verified.

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Do u know a summoning method?

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Rites in the Thirteen Tongues has a spell from Nhilmice to hold closed (or open) the doors of death. Also, Necromancy in general may be very useful here.

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THIS IS EXACTLY IT.

I’ve had a couple of experiences what I was asked if I wanted to “start again” . Clearly I didn’t take them and I am still not entirely clear who or what offered me these once or maybe twice in a lifetime opportunities. I’m pretty convinced whether you are awake, half asleep, eviscerated, in a coma or otherwise - you will be asked and you make the choice.

I know that sounds incredibly strange, and sometimes even if you make the choice you may well be in a situation eg the ARA San Juan or the Kursk where even if you choose life, the circumstances are such that the choice does not actually exist.The choice may well be given to simply offer a feeling of some control over your fate whilst your body surrenders to death but your soul moves on. I don’t know the exact ins and outs so please don’t pick holes, I only know from my own observations of death and my own experience of being asked to “start again”.

The reality is that you can not be there to catch every likelihood for the death; you can warn someone to avoid going to some place perhaps but if they are over a certain age what can you do?

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Plenty. There are means to keep the soul anchored beyond the point far beyond the natural point where death should have set in. The discussion on phylacteries may prove interesting if I can find the thread.

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@HermesHorse Not entirely relevant but if the goal is to make yourself permanently invulnerable from being killed by anything then this may prove of interest.

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Whoa - I wasn’t aware of that. Sounds like my 95 year old MIL has something like that, she’s continuously going on about death, and just waiting, dragging us all down with her…

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Oh Thank You! :hearts:

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