In the first half, emotional clearing expert, practicing exorcist, and professional psychic Jeffrey Seelman discussed his work with negative and demonic spirits, how they manifest destructive forces and take residence in individuals and dwellings, and what it takes to purge them. Lately, he's been focusing on teaching people to protect themselves from unseen accumulated negative energies which can be present in such places as homes, schools, and work environments. Negative energies are not alive in the way that spirits are, but they can still cast a dampening affect, he explained.
"Demonic spirits take pleasure in the destruction of families, of individuals, and of work places. They get an energy rush and feel stronger when they see how their work is completed," he noted. These demonic spirits are very old and intelligent, and know how to affect a person's emotions, amplifying feelings such as rage and anger that can lead to violence, he detailed. Demons have no ethics, or love for humanity, even though some led physical lives before they evolved into non-physical presences, Seelman continued. They particularly seek out those who try to help out other people, he added.
On occasion, demonic spirits can pull off psychokinetic activities such as moving objects around, and sometimes target businesses and workplaces in order to destroy livelihoods, he reported. "What I do is teach people how to create devices out of non-physical energies that strengthen their energy field" in order to combat these demonic forces. While spirits can change their shape and appearance, each has a unique vibrational rate, which Seelman said he recognizes.
The second half featured Open Lines. Alex shared a spooky tale of possession-like occurrences that befell him and his friend, which included receiving text messages in Latin from discontinued phone numbers. Mackenzie described being in an abusive relationship with a partner whose eyes turned jet black when angered. Karma from Texas revealed that a demon with horns showed up in her dog's MRI scan.
News segment guests: Dr. Peter Breggin, Peter Davenport