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I have experienced [sleep paralysis] more than once myself, and I know it is demonic.

Anyone who is convinced there is no such thing as demons is under the deception of demons.

john b. loved, Y! answers 10 Comments [9/12/2017 7:29:03 AM]
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How convenient for you.

9/12/2017 7:37:51 AM

Thinking Allowed

I have experienced sleep paralysis myself. Yes, it is scary. I felt like it was a panic attack. But I also knew that I wasn't going to die by the next morning,or that I was demon possessed.

9/12/2017 7:41:56 AM


That explains why the only people who experience demons believe in them?

9/12/2017 7:46:13 AM


Anyone who believes in demons is not mentally sound, so I guess you're between a rock and a hard place, John. I'd choose mental illness, because there's a chance you can be helped.

9/12/2017 8:31:29 AM


Funny, me too and I actually learned to break it on my own. So is it demonic or did I manage to conquer these "demons" without using your deity`s powers at fucking all?

9/12/2017 9:44:40 AM


Demons are not real. Satan is not an actual figure that's going around tempting people. Get over it.

9/12/2017 10:08:20 AM


Demons convincing people they don't exist and leave us be.

9/12/2017 10:55:02 AM

The Angry Dybbuk

It's happened to me, but the last time was nearly 20 years ago. I realised that I indeed could breathe, and the paralysis ended with surprising speed.

It actually did feel like there was something there, but there wasn't. It was just the tail-end of whatever I was dreaming about.

9/12/2017 8:01:30 PM


I've had sleep paralysis every night almost, since I was ten. I'm thirty now. It's not demonic, just your body going to sleep before your brain.

Bring your body back to awareness, roll over, and go back to sleep

9/12/2017 9:31:48 PM

Shepard Solus

How convenient.

9/13/2017 8:57:20 AM

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