When it comes to experiences of spirits and entities, as I see it, it is very personal and individual. That includes the knowledge passed down from them to us, aswell. Sure it is a minimal amount of resemblances in these experiences were our senses play a big part of what we can achieve in our communication with them. We have our five senses as a part of communication: Sight, hearing, smell, touch and taste. We also have the seven major chakras, which includes the third eye as another part of communication. This is, as I see it, where the resemblance of experience is. Our senses is a part of it. Which ones, is very much individual.
A few people have connections to all of their senses, and others can have more than one sense active, while others only have one active sense. This is, as I see it, the basic of interaction with spirits and entities.
When we put the basics aside, our own journey with the spirits and entities will look very different from one another. Saying “you’re wrong”, doesn’t mean one is “right”. Generalizations by books and religion, without actual experience is, as I’ve noticed, a common phenomena in forums around internet. Some people tend to generalize their own experiences as “facts” and see others experiences as something “wrong” because it doesn’t match their own. Even kings and queens of other dimensions get generalized by myths and legends about them, making some of them to not live up to the books about them. It doesn’t make them less powerfull as sentient beings, but the perspective of individuality will put a deeper meaning of them.
My journey is my journey alone. Just like yours. Who am I to say “you’re wrong”? When it all comes down to it, it’s all about interpretations of our own experiences. We all might be wrong, in some parts, but it’s our own experiences and no one can ever take that away from us.