Demons: Don't Get Played by 'Six'

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“There is no such thing as a simple demonic case when it comes to the investigative side of it,” says Christian paranormal investigator Kirby Robinson, host of Eye of the Paranormal.

Kirby says that there is no step-by-step guide or DVD series. He believes that the general guidelines published by the Catholic church offer some basic things to look for in evaluating whether there is demonic activity involved in a paranormal case.  Those guidelines include superhuman strength, knowledge you shouldn’t have (such as knowing about others you’ve just met) and a few others. If you uncover these signs and collect additional proof, you can then approach the church to take the case.

The Protestant church offers fewer guidelines to follow. Many leave it up to individual pastors or lay people to make that determination. According to Robinson, this can lead to goodhearted people who are trying to help others making mistakes when dealing with the demonic.

He says that there are thrill seekers or those who have motives of becoming famous who lay a path of spiritual destruction in their wake.

Kirby plans on taking the listeners through one of the most public and controversial demonic cases since 2008 – the “I Am Six” case on the show, Paranormal State. 

For more information about the show and "I Am Six," please visit the official show page at GodDiscussion.net.  (GodDiscussion takes no position on this case).  Also visit Kirby's site, Eye on the Paranoral.

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