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Demons are real…

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on October 27, 2011 by applecorecomics

I’ve shown skepticism before when it came to the existence of ghosts and especially demons, but lately I’ve had doubts.  This is mostly due to my recent exploration of the spirit realm via a Ouija board and…a malevolent spirit.  I can’t say for sure whether or not it was a demon, and I don’t want to, because I’m afraid that just mentioning it, even in this blog, could bring back its presence.

I can see it now, always in the corner of my periphery.  It’s smiling, toothy face, pure white with dark circles around its eyes.  It looks human, yet something’s off.  Call it women’s intuition, but I can sense that floating face is up to no good.

Take my advice, if you are thinking of trying to contact the demon world with a Ouija board, then for god’s sake do it!  Do it all night long, because I guarantee you it will be the best sex you’ve ever had.  I’m not joking, demons have forked penises and a hell of a lot of stamina.  Pun intended.  I think I might be possessed, because every time I see that toothy grin I realize it’s my own reflection in my glasses, but that doesn’t make sense because my glasses don’t reach that far in my peripheral vision.  Yet there’s my reflection, floating in mid-air like the 3-D on a 3DS screen.

Sometimes when I’m shaving the bathroom mirror (which opens to a medicine cabinet) swings open so my reflection is within an inch of my face.  Have you ever seen Poltergeist III?  The one in the big skyscraper?  It kind of reminds me of that.

I’m moving to Oregon soon, hopefully the demon won’t follow.  Part of me wants him to, though.  Maybe the part of me that still craves excitement even after all these years.  I may be an old man, but I still have the lust of a 25 year-old and a predilection for demon crotch forks.

I’ll go into more detail about the demon’s endowments and our first sexual encounter after the move.  Needless to say, his turtle-shelled back is perfect for the jackhammer position, especially when it’s waxed.  It’s like a dirty Slip ‘N Slide that ends in a pool of orgasms.

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Occult, Pagan, Witchcraft, Demonology, and PDF files

Posted in documentary, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on June 24, 2010 by applecorecomics

^that’s right.  Finally bringing it back to what happened in the prologue

My biggest fear is that by the end of Chapter One (which isn’t that far away) you still won’t know what’s going on in this comic.  Well, not that you won’t know what’s going on exactly, but that what has already happened doesn’t tie together for you.  To me, from what I’ve written, it all ties together rather nicely and you should start to kind of get the picture of what’s going on.  Like a hazy, gray area of a picture, but a recognizable picture nonetheless.

I’ve been researching modern pagan witchcraft and the occult and searching for fairly easy means by which to summon a demon.  It’s all part of the documentary, see?  Have I mentioned this already?  Well Kyle and I approach the subject of religion secularly (is that a word?).  Basically we don’t think God exists.  The best way I can imagine to prove, or if not prove, than show some evidence that something is ‘going on behind the scenes,’ if you know what I mean, is to make some sort of contact with a demon or ghost.  From what I’ve seen/heard/read, God doesn’t answer people directly.  But the demons and ghosts sure as hell (no pun) try.  So we wanted to try and scare up some nasty spirits.

Problem is I feel kind of douchey just grabbing a silly-sounding demonic ritual from the internet (which I have done) and trying it with no idea of the history behind it all.  So I’m almost halfway through the book “The Triumph of the Moon: A history of modern Pagan Witchcraft” and bought “The History of Witchcraft and Demonology” by Montague Summers, who was apparently a crazy Catholic priest who also knew a shit ton of occult stuff.  Oh, and since I’m only guessing the internet ritual probably won’t work, I’ve discovered through rigorous Amazon.com searches that the best source of actual pagan rituals is the book “Three Books of Occult Philosophy” by Henry Cornelius Agrippa.  I could buy that as well but I happened to stumble on a completely free PDF file of it.  Sooo…I don’t know.  Anyways.  I’ll let you know if Kyle or I are possessed any time soon.  This was Friday’s update.  I’ll update over the weekend or do a big one Tuesday detailing my mosque experience.

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