Exorcist and psychic Jeffrey Seelman discussed his work with negative and demonic spirits, and what it takes to purge them from an environment. Negative spirits are typically deceased persons who were negative while they were alive, while demonic entities may never have been human, he explained. Such beings can be drawn to a home, business or person when there is an opening, typically associated with negative emotional energy, he said.
Negative spirits can deliberately attack or influence human emotions, and even create condensed "energy devices" that are emotionally harmful, he noted. Seelman, who said he was asked by helpful spirits to join their organization, conducts his business by clearing hotspots of negative emotional energy and then releasing and banishing negative spirits from the afflicted area. One way people can protect themselves from negative spirits is by strengthening and expanding their auras through mental exercises, he shared.
He spoke about a recent case involving a family that adopted troubled teens. Strange voices were heard night and day, and knives appeared in the wall. Seelman discovered spirits of deceased gang members in the basement who were seeking to influence the teenage residents to return to the gang life. Though he was attacked by these spirits, he said he successfully exorcised them from the home.
First hour guest, Dannion Brinkley, making his traditional Veterans Day appearance on the show, spoke about the treatment of veterans from current and past wars, and the plight of homeless veterans.