So for the most part I thought spiritual entities were just that - entities existing outside of us. But, I had my doubts. I won’t beat around the bush; I know many of you will jump and disagree with me, but I’m here to share my thoughts:
Having performed so many experiments, I’ve concluded that what we call “spirits” are not spirits, but parts of the self. Ask yourself this, “Why would an advanced spiritual being be so anthropocentric? Why would they care so much to help us even with the dumbest things like getting a job or getting laid?” That’s so trivial.
But, more important than that, ask yourself this:
“Why don’t I get SPECIFIC information I couldn’t have possibly known?”
I asked people here to send an entity to me and reveal my name and appearance. No one, and I mean no one has been successful, even the more skilled magicians. Sure, you could say “Well I didn’t get the right message” but what are the odds of EVERYONE WHO PARTICIPATED GETTING THE WRONG MESSAGE?!
Usually you’ll get some vague stuff or maybe some information which is kinda true but not entirely - but that’s what your subconsciousness has picked up, so it may seem like it’s something you didn’t know already. Because it’s hidden from your conscious mind. But, if you were to ask a spirit about information on some random stranger on the street, like their name, their address, phone number, or whatever, you won’t get it.
Why? Because these entities are a parts of the self. It knows everything you know - even the stuff that’s hidden from your conscious mind so it appears as though the entity is more knowledgeable.
If you disagree, then I encourage you to try this for yourselves:
Ask a “spirit” to give you SPECIFIC information about some random person you never met in your life, then try to confirm the info you’ve received with the actual facts about the person.
By the principle of Occam’s razor, the best explanation is that these “spirits” are parts of the self, rather than there’s something jamming the communication (<— that’s just a lazy rationalization, to be honest).
I think it’s important to be honest with yourself, and progress as a being, rather than be swallowed by superstition and faith (a.k.a. belief w/o evidence).