It’s been a week since I was attacked by the demonic entity that owns the doll. I have cracked ribs, but the pain is down to a point where it’s manageable without pills.
Why did it happen? I refused to warn someone who supposedly going to deal with the demon by sending it back to hell. I didn’t pass the warning on because I wanted to see what would happen.
Ironically, he didn’t even attempt to do what he said he was going to do after I was attacked because he said I was too “attached” to the idea that the demon was stronger than it really is. O…kay. I still haven’t figured out what that means exactly. After all, if that really were the case, then I would have warned him not to even try.
So why was I assailed and not him? I think it was, in part, because I introduced the doll the the person who contacted the “exorcist,” told him about feeling the presence of “Harold,” and wanted his (the exorcist’s) opinion about what was going on. He then decided he was going to do whatever he was planning on doing without talking to me first.
I did find out what he wanted to do and I thought to myself that if this worked, it would be a good thing, so I didn’t object to it. I really wanted to see what would happen. What did happen was I was the one “punished” and he backed off unscathed, leaving the whole thing a “personal experience.” Absolutely brilliant, if you ask me.
In the end, I ended up with cracked ribs, prescribed pain killers which didn’t do anything to take the edge off of the pain… and I’m a lot wiser. Not that this is going to stop me from continuing to pursue the truth. I’ve had cracked ribs before. I survived it then, I’ll survive this now. 🙂