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Can you really sell your soul?

December 9th, 2019 at 11:26 pm
Hey, an old question that I've asked myself before, and that many people ask, came back to my head - whether you can really sell your soul. I think that is not possible. I think it's more of a metaphor when you hear about it from the music industry. Everyone takes the lyrics in the music too seriously. People my age (19) really think it's possible to sell your soul and they don't even think of a metaphor.

The metaphor is that you can't sell your soul in yourself, it just means that the gates to heaven are locked to those who “destroy” your soul. I am thinking of black rituals. It doesn't matter whether rituals are real or not, after all, this section is about spirituality. In any case, by "destroying" I mean bringing the vibration of the soul to a worse level by performing bad rituals, e.g. something like the blood ritual.

Whether these rituals really work is another matter. I think they don't work in themselves, e.g. if you want to be famous, that doesn't help. The only thing that helps are contacts, the right contacts. Anyway, back to the actual topic, I don't think it's possible to sell your soul, but to bring it to a low "level", I think it's possible.

That would be roughly my opinion on it. Thank you very much for your attention. I would be interested in what you think of it.


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December 10th, 2019 at 10:00 am
This does not mean the real Devil's Pact (source WIKI Devil's Pact), it is more from sagas and legends. (Concerning rituals ...)

Colloquially one means doing something out of greed (or other motives) that contradicts one's own morality (or manners, togetherness, being oneself).

Example, a normal woman desperately wants to get into show business and to achieve that she goes to bed with a manager. This act is actually against your morals, and the manager isn't really your type either. It only does it to ambitiously achieve its goal. Such an act is called: She has sold your soul to the devil.

It is particularly gnawing when the action remains in the memory for a long time and the person does indeed get psychological problems as a result - that is, sustains damage to the soul.


A second interpretation of such a pact is when a person, for the same reasons as above, conjures spirits, initiates rituals or seances which we as normal thinking people define as black magic, black incantations, devil cult, satanism in order to achieve your ambitious goals. In fact, rituals are performed that strike the mind of the practitioner (for example, blood is needed, bones of the deceased, urine, feces, vomit, children, animals killed, carrion and cadavers needed, sexual acts or practices ...) . In doing so, the practitioner (regardless of whether they are female or male) naturally also harms the soul in the normal case (as above).

At the same time or as a result of this, this person dulls something (or becomes harder, more willing to make decisions, willing to take risks ...), so it can be that this person actually reaches your goal through your change of personality.
This change in personality (mostly negative) is of course noticed by the environment (friends, family) and they then say that you have sold your soul to the devil.


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Can you really sell your soul?

December 12th, 2019 at 3:17 am
@bloodycheeks
@Mafiatom
It is said that famous rock stars sold their souls to the devil. He wants human souls in hell for eternity. That is his only business and he gives everything for it: wealth in this life. But the business partners don't get much out of it: many ended early and miserably. That makes these evil spirits even more happy.
In the lyrics of such musicians you can also find satanic advertisements: Sympathy for the devil, Stairway to hell and the like, devil grimaces on the covers, curses spoken backwards in the songs, dissolute life, perversion, crime.

The poet Hans Christian Andersen described such a demonic pact in the fairy tale "The Cold Heart". Contrary to what is described there, you can no longer get your soul back so easily in reality.


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Can you really sell your soul?

December 12th, 2019 at 11:38 am
@withe
Juchhu, someone has a sense of humor and probably also read U.Bäumer's classic "We just want your soul" from the 80s.
You know "Stairway to hell" by Monte Cazazza? The old industrial pioneer urgently needs to be rediscovered .. or did you mean "Stairway to heaven" by Led Zeppelin? But God only appears to us when we hear it backwards. Ok, difficult with CDs and streams, but to put your mind at ease, Stairway to heaven backwards sounds like .. well, Stairway to heaven backwards. You then have to breathe the other way around, not that easy. And sounds a bit like sampled from the exorcist. Just nonsense.
Or did you mean "Highway to Hell" from AC / DC? But lyrically it's about a tour.
And if "Sympathy for the devil" by the Stones is an advertisement for the light-bringer, you really haven't read the text.
So ... and because it was so dark here, we hear something Christian about Black Sabbath ... After Forever. Nice song😉


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Can you really sell your soul?

December 12th, 2019 at 11:57 am
bloodycheeks wrote:Everyone takes the lyrics in the music too seriously. People my age (19) really think it's possible to sell your soul and they don't even think of a metaphor.
Unfortunately, this does not only affect people your age, nor is it limited to song lyrics.
As with many other "conspiracy theories" (that is the most common ground), the imagination of some people (fortunately only a very small part) is already reaching worrying proportions.
Not only is every word placed on the gold scales and read backwards if necessary and letters swapped until something comes out that corresponds to one's own imagination.
What is sometimes made from individual still images from some videos is more than just weird.
Someone then wiggles their hands while talking, dancing or singing and some hand signals are then "recognized".
Also that stage lighting and still images from videos do not allow for a great "love of detail" is then often forgotten and who knows what is then "read" from the washed-out images of the eyes.
In the meantime I have come to the opinion that these people are no longer "attentive" for the most part for spiritual reasons, but that we live in times in which the general uncertainty seems to be so great that some no longer even know what to believe and see conspiracies and secrets everywhere want.
Perhaps "media literacy" should become a school subject, if necessary one could "absorb" some of these people with it.

As for the sale of the soul, there will be no unanimous opinion.
The existence of a "soul" is unproven and there is no evidence whatsoever of the possible advantages and disadvantages of such a trade.
bloodycheeks wrote:The metaphor is that you cannot sell your soul in yourself, it only means that the gates to heaven are blocked to those who “destroy” your soul.
As @Mafiatom already wrote, there are many different views and interpretations.
From the "tangible crossroad deal" in which the "soul" is actually used as a means of payment to the rather banal "betrayal of your own claims to yourself" and pretty much every version in between.

Personally, I do not believe in the existence of a soul or in the entities that would have to exist for a sale or "damage to the soul that would block the way to heaven".

But of course I don't know.
However, I am of the opinion that it is not that important, because if you create certain moral "foundations" that are always questioned and remain true to them as long as they appear "right" to you, then you should be adequately protected from them to find yourself in a situation in which you have to realize that you have betrayed yourself in order to achieve something.
If you are so stable, then not only the idea of ​​"selling your soul" should be and remain absurd, also the risk that you "damage" your "soul" with seeing eyes should then be manageable.
For this, however, it is important to be at peace with one's own moral concepts.


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Can you really sell your soul?

December 12th, 2019 at 4:51 pm
bloodycheeks wrote:The metaphor is that you cannot sell your soul in yourself, it only means that the gates to heaven are blocked to those who “destroy” your soul. I am thinking of black rituals. It doesn't matter whether rituals are real or not, after all, this section is about spirituality. In any case, by "destroying" I mean bringing the vibration of the soul to a worse level by performing bad rituals, e.g. something like the blood ritual.
I would partly agree with you. Selling the soul is a metaphor; it can be paraphrased by e.g. renounce the belief in god because one thinks without him more "fun" or whatever can be had without him.

In the area of ​​occultism (probably more often in the area of ​​satanism) there are rituals with which one can supposedly cancel one's baptism or, as you already said, sell one's soul. if something like this happens in the area of ​​a sect or generally under "social pressure", the people concerned are often persuaded:

"God doesn't want you anymore anyway, there's no going back, etc."

if you sincerely regret your actions and want to go back to god, you can do that at any time. someone who has committed such a ritual will not be baptized again because his baptism would be void, it is still valid about inner conversion, not some "contracts" that are signed with blood.

god has all power over all souls and he alone. turning away from god for whatever reason is in the sense of "selling soul".

By the way: you don't have to take part in a ritual to endanger your eternal salvation. The realm of deadly sin (i.e. sins that exclude from the heavenly kingdom of god after death) also includes things that are almost everyday in our society today and often no longer exist individual can be perceived as a sin at all. You can find out more about it if you are interested.

complete repentance can cleanse of deadly sins (repenting of sin because one has "injured" god - in the figurative sense - and does not regret it out of love for him because of the fear of possible punishment.) since this is often not easy to distinguish and If you can never really be sure yourself, it is advisable to make use of the 2nd option, that would be confession and the following absolving of all sins.

not everyone who sins against god has to be a murderous monster. you can also be a good person from a human point of view, if you still don't want to have anything to do with god, god will not force you into his presence after death.


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December 13th, 2019 at 1:29 am
Noumenon wrote:Hui, shouldn't you have left this phase behind you at that age? : ask:
There are certainly many Christians who believe in it.


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December 13th, 2019 at 2:58 am
kunigunde wrote:Everyone knows that Hakenfelde and the Streitstasse are a real druggist's corner and have been doing that since the 80s .... honestly - I'm not surprised
I did not know that. And what does that mean then?


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December 13th, 2019 at 3:10 am
ViennaHundt wrote:I did not know that. And what does that mean then?
That was meant rather ironically. Nevertheless, there are many shrill guys in Berlin who really believe in something and also practice it ... so eccentric, esoteric, a bit of drugs ... a bit of madness ... even know a couple from the corner and always take it with a sense of humor.


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December 13th, 2019 at 3:18 am
kunigunde wrote:That was meant rather ironically. Nevertheless, there are many shrill guys in Berlin who really believe in something and also practice ... so eccentric, esoteric, a bit of drugs ... bit of madness ... even know a couple from the corner and always take it with a sense of humor.
I see. I'm not from Berlin so I don't even know anything.

Sometimes I just get the uneasy feeling that some of the wishes that one has in the course of life are falling back on me ... even if decades later and often very differently than expected.

Goes a bit in the direction of "karma" = in the sense of everything falls back on you somehow. Every act, every thought, every hope, every wish. Even from the previous life (if there is any).


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December 13th, 2019 at 3:25 am
On the subject of "Vodoo" there was once from planet-Wissen
an interesting conversation with the photo reporter and Africa expert Henning Christoph. If you find on yt.


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Can you really sell your soul?

December 13th, 2019 at 2:09 pm
Hello everybody,

@withe hit it exactly.
You get skills, money, power, sex, etc ... for your soul.

The film, music industry, art and politics are downright permeated with it.

Here is Bob Dylan, you can also display German subtitles:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNn72qnp6kI

here are examples for Demonic Magical Power:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pg1vOk9Ry0I
there are 9 or 10 exciting parts.

Trust your eyes, everything is open before us, you just have to look.

Here is a vid about VIPs, MK Ultra etc:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDwBe14bjGA

CELEBRITIES POSSESSED BY DEMONS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAW3mzHpIHw

CELEBRITIES POSSESSED BY DEMONS !!!!!!


I can testify that there is the devil and his demons and the triune almighty God of the Jews and Christians.


me serve DEI omnipotentis


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December 13th, 2019 at 2:15 pm
Naaman wrote:Trust your eyes, everything is open before us, you just have to look
Ah yes, on youtube or what?

All I can say is: get close. Then testify.


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Can you really sell your soul?

December 13th, 2019 at 2:39 pm
In the movie "Teuflisch" (it's not far from YouTube) I learned that you can't sell your soul because it doesn't belong to you; but God alone. ^ ___ ^


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December 13th, 2019 at 3:09 pm
Naaman wrote:I can testify that there is the devil and his demons and the triune almighty God of the Jews and Christians.
Since when do Jews believe in the Trinity?


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December 13th, 2019 at 3:39 pm
Ishigami wrote:Since when do Jews believe in the Trinity?
A doctrine of the Trinity can be found in many religions. In ancient Egypt it was Osiris, Horus and Isis. In the Jewish Kabbalah Kether, Chochmah and Binah. With the Hindus it is Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. With the ancient alchemists Sal, Sulfur and Mercur. And with the Christians just father, son & St. Ghost. These are actually archetypal principles and they serve as a philosophical or theosophical explanatory model.


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December 13th, 2019 at 4:13 pm
@Mot

Tell me ... you can read, can't you?

I asked him how long have Jews believed in the Trinity? At the Trinity. The of his faith.

In addition, the religions you mentioned are not comparable with each other or with the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. With the ancient Egyptians, for example, you leave out Ra and other important characters in their concept. The same applies to Hinduism. The Kabbalah and the concept of the Sephiroth is also far more complex than you are presenting here.

I have noticed quite often that questions are not correctly recorded and that a kind of `` straw man answers '' are given. Well, most of the time it will be unintentional - I think.


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