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What is it called when witches infiltrate the dreams of others?

 
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What is it called when witches infiltrate the dreams of others?
This isn't a debate of what a "real witch" is or whether or not they do this. Many of us already know that Satanic witches out there are able to astral project and enter into the dreams of others to torment them or feed off of their energy, etc.

Witches have their own terms for their different practices like enthrallment, glamouring, etc. Does anyone know the actual term they use for this practice? I and any others have experienced this directly from evil witches who have come into our lives at times so, again, this isn't to debate whether or not this phenomenon is real.

Anyone willing to be upfront and say what this practice is called or give more info on the mechanics or logistics of how they do this so that people can be better prepared to fight against it in their lives?
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I just call it projection. It's not hard to do, especially when people don't shield themselves or their homes and have protections up. We are most vulnerable when we sleep.
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I just call it projection. It's not hard to do, especially when people don't shield themselves or their homes and have protections up. We are most vulnerable when we sleep.
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Does it basically work like this?

The witch leaves their body and enters into the astral realm. People who are somehow "marked" by the witch or in possession of gifts given by the witch etc. have a big beacon of light that works to attract the witches towards them in the astral realm? Sort of like in the movie Hocus Pocus where the kids open up the book and the witches see a huge light in the sky that draws them directly to them?
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The higher and more subtle is more powerful than the lower and gross. Be confident if possible.

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I just call it projection. It's not hard to do, especially when people don't shield themselves or their homes and have protections up. We are most vulnerable when we sleep.
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Does it basically work like this?

The witch leaves their body and enters into the astral realm. People who are somehow "marked" by the witch or in possession of gifts given by the witch etc. have a big beacon of light that works to attract the witches towards them in the astral realm? Sort of like in the movie Hocus Pocus where the kids open up the book and the witches see a huge light in the sky that draws them directly to them?
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Not really. The astral part is right but still a little off. You think of the person you want to visit, you see a cord, that cord links you to them, it connects you to them. Gifts and trinkets or "marks" previously placed on someone can help but it isn't necessary. Sometimes when you get there, you can see if people have astral shields or protections/totems. Those are easily dismantled if you know how - no I won't tell you how lol.

You're not far off to be honest but that whole Hocus Pocus thing, it doesn't work like that.
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I just call it projection. It's not hard to do, especially when people don't shield themselves or their homes and have protections up. We are most vulnerable when we sleep.
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Does it basically work like this?

The witch leaves their body and enters into the astral realm. People who are somehow "marked" by the witch or in possession of gifts given by the witch etc. have a big beacon of light that works to attract the witches towards them in the astral realm? Sort of like in the movie Hocus Pocus where the kids open up the book and the witches see a huge light in the sky that draws them directly to them?
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Not really. The astral part is right but still a little off. You think of the person you want to visit, you see a cord, that cord links you to them, it connects you to them. Gifts and trinkets or "marks" previously placed on someone can help but it isn't necessary. Sometimes when you get there, you can see if people have astral shields or protections/totems. Those are easily dismantled if you know how - no I won't tell you how lol.

You're not far off to be honest but that whole Hocus Pocus thing, it doesn't work like that.
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So would you say that the witch is entering into that person's specific dream or just finding them in some shared dream dimension that is part of the astral?
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I've had that kind of thing mostly in hypnagogic states, but never or very rarely considered it to be the work of someone incarnated. ? Just astral stuff being stirred up.
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I just call it projection. It's not hard to do, especially when people don't shield themselves or their homes and have protections up. We are most vulnerable when we sleep.
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Does it basically work like this?

The witch leaves their body and enters into the astral realm. People who are somehow "marked" by the witch or in possession of gifts given by the witch etc. have a big beacon of light that works to attract the witches towards them in the astral realm? Sort of like in the movie Hocus Pocus where the kids open up the book and the witches see a huge light in the sky that draws them directly to them?
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Not really. The astral part is right but still a little off. You think of the person you want to visit, you see a cord, that cord links you to them, it connects you to them. Gifts and trinkets or "marks" previously placed on someone can help but it isn't necessary. Sometimes when you get there, you can see if people have astral shields or protections/totems. Those are easily dismantled if you know how - no I won't tell you how lol.

You're not far off to be honest but that whole Hocus Pocus thing, it doesn't work like that.
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So would you say that the witch is entering into that person's specific dream or just finding them in some shared dream dimension that is part of the astral?
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Sure. It can be one or the other, or both. There's a lot of literature out there that talks about what happens to us when we sleep and dream. Many say that while we are asleep here, we are awake somewhere else. Others say it's just rando brain stuff going on. Energetically it's a bit different. It's totally possible to meet up with someone in the astral, and it's also possible to enter someone else's dream. It takes a lot of energy though to infiltrate someone's dreams and isn't often worth it. Especially for me, I'd rather do more conducive things with my time and energy.
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Does it basically work like this?

The witch leaves their body and enters into the astral realm. People who are somehow "marked" by the witch or in possession of gifts given by the witch etc. have a big beacon of light that works to attract the witches towards them in the astral realm? Sort of like in the movie Hocus Pocus where the kids open up the book and the witches see a huge light in the sky that draws them directly to them?
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Not really. The astral part is right but still a little off. You think of the person you want to visit, you see a cord, that cord links you to them, it connects you to them. Gifts and trinkets or "marks" previously placed on someone can help but it isn't necessary. Sometimes when you get there, you can see if people have astral shields or protections/totems. Those are easily dismantled if you know how - no I won't tell you how lol.

You're not far off to be honest but that whole Hocus Pocus thing, it doesn't work like that.
 Quoting: Sabitrix


So would you say that the witch is entering into that person's specific dream or just finding them in some shared dream dimension that is part of the astral?
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Sure. It can be one or the other, or both. There's a lot of literature out there that talks about what happens to us when we sleep and dream. Many say that while we are asleep here, we are awake somewhere else. Others say it's just rando brain stuff going on. Energetically it's a bit different. It's totally possible to meet up with someone in the astral, and it's also possible to enter someone else's dream. It takes a lot of energy though to infiltrate someone's dreams and isn't often worth it. Especially for me, I'd rather do more conducive things with my time and energy.
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Interesting. Are there some schools of witches or organized occult groups that are more knowledgeable or advanced with this than others? What I mean is, who are the ones who actually know what they are doing when it comes to these practices and which schools of thought are the most accurate to the reality of this? I have experienced it firsthand with witches doing this to me and i have known people who have had this happen to them as well from the same people. I'm trying to figure out what group or school of though they were probably affiliated with. I don't want to generalize and hate all witches if these people were maybe just one specific religious path or group of black magick, you know what I mean?
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Vampires.

It's called Dreamwalking.

Google it.

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Don't play hide the Salami with a Witch. In the Astral plane they are known as Succubi.

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Vampires.

It's called Dreamwalking.

Google it.
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I was thinking that it was this. The people that I have had experiences doing this would definitely be described as real life vampires.

I've noticed that the only thing that works to drive them away is the name and power and blood of Jesus Christ, even in the dream realm.
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Not really. The astral part is right but still a little off. You think of the person you want to visit, you see a cord, that cord links you to them, it connects you to them. Gifts and trinkets or "marks" previously placed on someone can help but it isn't necessary. Sometimes when you get there, you can see if people have astral shields or protections/totems. Those are easily dismantled if you know how - no I won't tell you how lol.

You're not far off to be honest but that whole Hocus Pocus thing, it doesn't work like that.
 Quoting: Sabitrix


So would you say that the witch is entering into that person's specific dream or just finding them in some shared dream dimension that is part of the astral?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30671160



Sure. It can be one or the other, or both. There's a lot of literature out there that talks about what happens to us when we sleep and dream. Many say that while we are asleep here, we are awake somewhere else. Others say it's just rando brain stuff going on. Energetically it's a bit different. It's totally possible to meet up with someone in the astral, and it's also possible to enter someone else's dream. It takes a lot of energy though to infiltrate someone's dreams and isn't often worth it. Especially for me, I'd rather do more conducive things with my time and energy.
 Quoting: Sabitrix


Interesting. Are there some schools of witches or organized occult groups that are more knowledgeable or advanced with this than others? What I mean is, who are the ones who actually know what they are doing when it comes to these practices and which schools of thought are the most accurate to the reality of this? I have experienced it firsthand with witches doing this to me and i have known people who have had this happen to them as well from the same people. I'm trying to figure out what group or school of though they were probably affiliated with. I don't want to generalize and hate all witches if these people were maybe just one specific religious path or group of black magick, you know what I mean?
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I know what you mean. I will caution you though because even those of us who know how to do this and follow the "school of thought" that allows us to do this and teaches us how, we don't always do it and if we do it's not always for a negative purpose.

A witch's craft is personal and even a coven of witches who ritual together monthly all have a separate personal practice that could be completely different than those of their coven members. Not all witches belong to a coven either, I don't. I hate that shit.

I work with the Goetia and other beings people refer to as "demons". People knee jerk when they hear this and think "EVIL!!!" It's kinda funny but often just gets old. I do a lot of energetic healing work too for friends and family. Also tarot divination and I make salves and oils with herbs.

What you're talking about is really just energy work and almost all types of witchcraft teaches about energy work - it's the basis to just about any witchcraft practice. Of course I'm describing it in simple term and I'm leaving A LOT of stuff out, but at it's core, it's all energy work. So there's no real 1 sect of witchcraft that you could "hate". It's all about the particular witch in question. Some take their gifts and energy to a shitty place and take their anger out on people. Many don't.

Each witch's practice is as unique as the witch themselves.
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Re: What is it called when witches infiltrate the dreams of others?
Vampires.

It's called Dreamwalking.

Google it.
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I was thinking that it was this. The people that I have had experiences doing this would definitely be described as real life vampires.

I've noticed that the only thing that works to drive them away is the name and power and blood of Jesus Christ, even in the dream realm.
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The link here is baned.

Google Dreamwalking+Vampire+Codex

Read the whole the thing. It only takes 30 minutes or so.
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Vampires.

It's called Dreamwalking.

Google it.
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This isn't the only kind there is. Though it is legit.
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It is all about energy vampireism
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Vampires.

It's called Dreamwalking.

Google it.
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This isn't the only kind there is. Though it is legit.
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Yes. Only a vampire would intrude on the dreams of others..invited or otherwise.

Consent is tricky and baked into the pie.


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This isn't a debate of what a "real witch" is or whether or not they do this. Many of us already know that Satanic witches out there are able to astral project and enter into the dreams of others to torment them or feed off of their energy, etc.

Witches have their own terms for their different practices like enthrallment, glamouring, etc. Does anyone know the actual term they use for this practice? I and any others have experienced this directly from evil witches who have come into our lives at times so, again, this isn't to debate whether or not this phenomenon is real.

Anyone willing to be upfront and say what this practice is called or give more info on the mechanics or logistics of how they do this so that people can be better prepared to fight against it in their lives?
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Vampires.

It's called Dreamwalking.

Google it.
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I was thinking that it was this. The people that I have had experiences doing this would definitely be described as real life vampires.

I've noticed that the only thing that works to drive them away is the name and power and blood of Jesus Christ, even in the dream realm.
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The link here is baned.

Google Dreamwalking+Vampire+Codex

Read the whole the thing. It only takes 30 minutes or so.
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Interesting, thank you! I remember all those old roots reggae songs aboute chanting down babylon and burning the vampire with Jah's word. I guess they were literal with this and actually on to something.
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Watch that movie Warlock from the 80s. Whatever

Warlock (1989).

Most of the stuff or at least half works on them.
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So would you say that the witch is entering into that person's specific dream or just finding them in some shared dream dimension that is part of the astral?
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Sure. It can be one or the other, or both. There's a lot of literature out there that talks about what happens to us when we sleep and dream. Many say that while we are asleep here, we are awake somewhere else. Others say it's just rando brain stuff going on. Energetically it's a bit different. It's totally possible to meet up with someone in the astral, and it's also possible to enter someone else's dream. It takes a lot of energy though to infiltrate someone's dreams and isn't often worth it. Especially for me, I'd rather do more conducive things with my time and energy.
 Quoting: Sabitrix


Interesting. Are there some schools of witches or organized occult groups that are more knowledgeable or advanced with this than others? What I mean is, who are the ones who actually know what they are doing when it comes to these practices and which schools of thought are the most accurate to the reality of this? I have experienced it firsthand with witches doing this to me and i have known people who have had this happen to them as well from the same people. I'm trying to figure out what group or school of though they were probably affiliated with. I don't want to generalize and hate all witches if these people were maybe just one specific religious path or group of black magick, you know what I mean?
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I know what you mean. I will caution you though because even those of us who know how to do this and follow the "school of thought" that allows us to do this and teaches us how, we don't always do it and if we do it's not always for a negative purpose.

A witch's craft is personal and even a coven of witches who ritual together monthly all have a separate personal practice that could be completely different than those of their coven members. Not all witches belong to a coven either, I don't. I hate that shit.

I work with the Goetia and other beings people refer to as "demons". People knee jerk when they hear this and think "EVIL!!!" It's kinda funny but often just gets old. I do a lot of energetic healing work too for friends and family. Also tarot divination and I make salves and oils with herbs.

What you're talking about is really just energy work and almost all types of witchcraft teaches about energy work - it's the basis to just about any witchcraft practice. Of course I'm describing it in simple term and I'm leaving A LOT of stuff out, but at it's core, it's all energy work. So there's no real 1 sect of witchcraft that you could "hate". It's all about the particular witch in question. Some take their gifts and energy to a shitty place and take their anger out on people. Many don't.

Each witch's practice is as unique as the witch themselves.
 Quoting: Sabitrix


Would you say that someone needs to have a demon in order to infiltrate the dreams of others and all of the witches doing this are working with or alongside these Goetic beings in some form or fashion? Are these vampires possessed by demons or just humans who have become more like the demons???
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mind rape
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if a witch farts in your mouth its called black magic
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They also infiltrate machines and humans who type on Godlike..
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Dyke Coven Woodpeckering, voice to skull interface, pinging

Daddy gonna take the keys from the holodeck bitches real soon

Most vile fucking sadistic bullshit under the sun

Everyone involved will be exposed by Q and Patriots

and watch them weep and moan for their lives spared, lol
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They also infiltrate machines and humans who type on Godlike..
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This I believe, but no weapon formed against me shall prosper.

The Holy Spirit is more powerful than any sorcery or technological conspiracies. If they could have defeated the Holy Spirit, they would have done it by now. They cannot defeat the Creator and this is obvious.
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Federalism, anarcho capitalism, libertarianism, ethno nationalism. Jesus Christ wants these idolatrous satanic heresies purged from history.
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They also infiltrate machines and humans who type on Godlike..
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This I believe, but no weapon formed against me shall prosper.

The Holy Spirit is more powerful than any sorcery or technological conspiracies. If they could have defeated the Holy Spirit, they would have done it by now. They cannot defeat the Creator and this is obvious.
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I never bothered to infiltrate another being’s dream, but I do go to “communal” dreamworld places where many people go while they’re dreaming. That’s where the Dream Team operates and also the Dream Police. The Dream Police suck and mostly go around and remove your clothes to try and trigger insecurity and embarrassment which carries over into waking world.
I think I may have seen a few witches but they don’t really interact with me. Whoever that bell ringer guy is though, he pisses me off. I just shapeshift to deal with any jerks, mostly into an octomermaid or a golden Godzilla.






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