Hey /x/ i need help here i just camme back from a paranormall investigation and my associate flipped out. So, my question is are tarot cards able to influence people with demonic energies? Thanks.
It can bridge communication from inhuman spirit to human. It can also do the same to celestial spirits. So, yes.
Story for the story gods please.
He started talking about some werid shit like "we need light to see them, they do not". Proceeded to fall on ground rubbing his temples. We came back from a barn with nooses and chains. My spirit box (psb7) was flipping shit.
i dont know jack shit about spirits or whatever, but one thing i do know is if you start seeking out entities or spirits, you'll most likely find an evil one. even if it poses as benevolent, it is most likely an impostor. so it's prob a good idea to... not do whatever you're doing. intriguing as it might be
An old barn that weve encountered before everytime we go on there we feel uneasy and hear voices. Today before we weirded out he was pushed off a ladder, like i saw him fly off the damn ladder.
I think it has hardly to do with the tarot cards, honestly.
Either your friend is an impressionable fellow and just had an episode, or he can't shield for shit and got used as a toy by something who wanted to scare you shitless.
This. Although I'm not sure how much your encounter was connected to the tarot compared to whatever you were trying to contact or make manifest. In short it sounds like you were just kind of shooting in the dark, hoping something interesting and heavy might happen. >>16944637 and for what this anon claims to not know much about he's right; when you go looking with aimless intent usually something malevolent will find you first. Although I certainly don't blame you for looking. What I'm trying to figure out is what was your friends intent when using the cards prior to going looking for the unusual. You said he was trying to help but do you know specifically what he was looking for when using the cards? Did he do any pattern of spread intentionally or was he just revealing cards from a face down spread? If he was doing intentional placements to commit to a specific intent or action, what cards were employed and what was the pattern used? Knowing these makes the difference in knowing what your friend might have changed.
>We're all a little sadistic
That's just a LIE sadistic people tell.
And you're right. On their own they are as innocent as a deck of normal cards, and even doing readings of any simplicity or complexity (the Celtic cross spread makes for an easily recognized sample) is essentially harmless. But when you start attaching purpose to your action beyond reading (I.e. trying to use them to aide yourself in finding a bizarre experience), especially if you are picking out cards and attaching symbolism specific to the occasion and yourself to them the cards become pretty readily available avenues for spiritual intent. I'm still curious as to exactly what OPs friend did, because what he may or may not have been up to might have been responsible for the difference between an encounter in the barn and just more ominous vibes and voices.