“Life is a journey, not a destination.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
The structure of a person is Body-Soul-Spirit. Human nature is revealed as a tripartite (consisting of three parts). Technically speaking, we are a Spirit, we have a Soul and we live in a Body.
We have three different dimensions of human awareness: the conscious mind (personality), the subconscious mind (soul) and the superconscious mind (spirit). Now specifically, the soul is comprised of the Intellect-Emotion-Will. It usually describes the inner person. The root Hebrew word is ‘nephesh’, the same word used to describe how man became a ‘living soul’. Although it is commonly rendered as ‘soul’ in English translations, the word refers to the tangible aspects of life, and human beings and animals are both described as having a nephesh.
However, man is really four-dimensional:
The human spirit looks human, it’s an exact replica of you. It grows… but does not age. Our human body is operated by our spirit — the spirit is the Breath of Yahweh, breathed into man to give him Life; it gives Life and Movement to the Flesh.
The body is the house of the spirit and the soul; life is in the blood. Dead bodies lose or stop pumping blood.
The soul is energy and energy cannot be naturally created or naturally destroyed. Something beyond nature created all the energy and matter that is in the universe, and something beyond nature is able to destroy it. Only Yahweh can destroy the soul or any energy in the universe.
All living things have a protective psi-field around them, called an aura, that ensures optimal conditions for sustaining multicellular life forms and protecting them from the influence of other psi-fields. This is where our thoughts, feelings and emotions are stored.
In addition, the psi-field holds a large supply of energy derived from the primary matters released from disintegrating food ingested by the organism.
When demons find an organism with a low psi-field or a weakened aura (due to depression, fear, anger or other negative emotions), they penetrate the shield, invade its spiritual structure and steal a portion of its life energy, the energetic potential generated by the creature’s physical, body.
They use it to strengthen and energise themselves. This is called ‘energetic vampirism’. They are able to identify a creature with a weakened aura from its colour — a strong aura, or one infused with positive emotions — will be light and airy and colourful, like a rainbow, while a weak aura will be dark and cloudy.
This hastens the exhaustion of the creature’s physical body and leads to premature death either violently or from natural causes. Energetic invasion of this kind can be intermittent or continuous. To effect such penetration, demons must break through the qualitative barrier between the physical and etheric levels of the planet, and in some cases rupture an additional barrier — that between the etheric and astral levels.
Another factor is the thickness of the barrier, which varies according to the time of day. It is maximum during the day and minimum at night, especially between midnight and 4.00 a.m. Thus, these evil spirits are night predators. The density of the barrier also depends upon variations in the energetic structure of different places on the planet’s surface. In planetary regions of positive geomagnetic influence, the barriers between the planetary spheres is dense and strong; while in regions of negative geomagnetic influence, the barriers may be very weak or completely absent, even during the day.
Primal creative energy can be generated from human emotions and physical activities, such sexual energy. This is the aim of pornographic films and ritualistic orgies. Demons also stalk a potential victim they wish to possess by gradually weakening their aura, through intimidation to cause fear: throwing objects in the home, knocking on ceilings or doors, opening and closing drawers, doors and windows, switching on electric appliances, appearing in mirrors (which are portals), appearing as black cats or shadows, turning on taps, making hissing sounds or noisy footsteps, drumbeats or laughter and shrieking, causing the room temperature to drop to an icy level, causing objects to levitate, and even physically attacking the victim.
Mass murder, such as ethnic clashes, mass suicides by cults, mass shootings and bombings, are sacrifices to demons and fallen angels, who feed off the atmosphere of fear, anger and hate created during these massacres. The same with wars, whether regional or international. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) executions are basically sacrifices to demons. Music concerts and festivals are also forums for generating energy for demons, and Satanic symbols are placed on stage and around the venue to attract the spiritual, emotional and physical energy to the symbols, and not the artiste toward whom the adoration is directed. The evil spirits then draw the energy from the symbol — for example, the pyramid stage used in the annual Glastonbury concert in England.
We are on this earth as spiritual beings having a physical experience. The spirit, having been separated from its Creator, Yahweh Almighty, through sin and the worship of false gods, must now make a return journey back to Him.
The soul is never disconnected from Him, it is our intuition that is eternally connected to the heavenly realm; what tells us right from wrong.
“You don’t have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body. — George MacDonald, Annals of a Quiet Neighborhood (1867)
So you can see what a wondrous, powerful creature man is, created in the image of Yahweh Almighty:
“And Yahweh said, ‘Let Us make man in Our image, after Our likeness; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the Earth, and over every creeping thing that creeps on the Earth.’ So Yahweh created man in His own image, in the image of Yahweh He created him; male and female He created them.” Genesis 1:26-27
(see The Great Deception, The Body, the Soul and the Spirit, Where do we go when we die? and Revisiting the Holocaust)
A caryatid is a sculpted figure serving as an architectural support taking the place of a column or a pillar, supporting an entablature on its head, that is used to symbolise a perfected human being; one who has found or attained the eternal divinity within, by balancing, or aligning, the soul with the spirit and the body.
In order to align ourselves with our soul, our Divine Self, we must align ourselves with the Will of Almighty Yahweh.
This way, we steadily make our way back home.