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Re: Witchcraft In My Neighbourhood by Intrepid01(m): 7:40am On Oct 28, 2018
My brother Engineer96, I am not here to sympathise with you or raise your fears....the signs are glaring and stirring at you in the eyes...

1. You're jobless
2. Physical attack from inkmow forces...

Leaving that your house, especially when you can't afford to is a waste of time and would have no effect at all..

I know you might be one of those people who have condemned MAN in the time past but thr truth is that is the only church where spiritual warfare payers are used to engage the powers of darkness that won't let us rest...

You are a man, so stand-up and act like man....Tomorrow is Monday, find your way to prayer city for deliverance session. You can go alone first and then later your entire family...Delievrance session ianheld at Prayer City every week of the year...it is done bybfasting and praying to God alone....i can personally tell testify that God answers prayers....if you sit down and do nothing, my brother those powers will continue to harass you. But if you stand up to them by the power in the name of Jesus, you'll realise they are as fearful and powerless like anything.....

Please note , deliverance at MFM is free of charge .
My 2 cents...

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Re: Witchcraft In My Neighbourhood by SEGLIZ: 8:14pm On Oct 30, 2018
Thanks friends. Your contributions are well noted.
For the NLander who said it was hallucination . Do you mean that I don't know what I am talking about? I am close to 40years and this is the first time this is happening to me and you said it was as a result of malaria? You are very far from the truth for the following reasons
1) I gave you the time and date that it happened
2) I told you that my doors and windows were securely locked when the thing entered and when it left and so where did it come in from and from where did it escape?
3) I said that the bird was so big that it is the size of a full grown man. I used bird because it has two wings.
4) I mentioned that my daughter shouted when she saw it and that attracted my attention. Even my son saw it as well. This means that I was not the only person that saw it.
5) I also wrote that my shout attracted my neighbour.
6) I applied olive oil on my daughter's legs and on that of my son as a response to it.
So, how do you conclude that this is hallucination? That it has not happened to you doesn't mean it doesn't exist. If you think spirit world doesn't exist, visit Bermuda triangle and let's know the outcome.
Thank you.

The Almighty God will be with you and your family. this particular issue has killed someone I use to know (back then in the eighties), she use to be my mum's tribal sister. witchcraft was then the reigning thing in my barracks then in abeokuta, you dare not sent me on errands anything 7 o'clock outside my flat. truth is this was what killed my mum's sister, on this said day after they've all gone to bed, late in the night, she alerted to consciousness from her state of sleep by humming and mormuring sound, with mind that her children had not gone to bed she stood to check only to her surprise that children were not in the living room but all were soundly at sleep in their room. returning to the sitting room the sound resumed, to her amusement the calender, pictures and other wall hangings were producing the mysterious sound. she was petrified like that was not enough turning on the light she got the shocker and final dose, a bird like figure almost the height and head of a human stood at a corner of the living room, she called on an elderly man that was like a father to them that night, who in turn came saw the bird and chased away. the following morning she related the scenario to my who flared that why didn't she come to call her beside the bird while all doors was locked and never left until they open the door to chase it then it is doomed if she was there, beside in my mum's word "the man you called is more of a woman for this kind of situa". to cut the long story short barely weeks after the incident the woman fell ill and died within 48hours.
Re: Witchcraft In My Neighbourhood by Tosinayoko(m): 10:32pm On Oct 30, 2018

What you're experiencing is called hallucination and this is as a result of untreated malaria. My advice get your self treated in a good hospital.
You must be sick in the brain... The children and dad get hallucinated the same time?
My brother Jare, as far as air blows everywhere they are everywhere. The problem is half-solved. Please pray and fast for spiritual victory over the evil... Victoria Ascerta!
Re: Witchcraft In My Neighbourhood by acorntree(m): 5:32pm On Oct 31, 2018

You must be sick in the brain... The children and dad get hallucinated the same time?
My brother Jare, as far as air blows everywhere they are everywhere. The problem is half-solved. Please pray and fast for spiritual victory over the evil... Victoria Ascerta!

What Are Hallucinations?
If you're like most folks, you probably think hallucinations have to do with seeing things that aren't really there. But there's a lot more to it than that. It could mean you touch or even smell something that doesn't exist.
There are many different causes. It could be a mental illness called schizophrenia or a nervous system problem like
Parkinson's disease.
If you or a loved one has a hallucination, you need to see a doctor. You can get treatments that help control them, but a lot depends on what's behind the trouble.
How You Might Hallucinate
Hear voices. Your doctor may call this an "auditory hallucination." You may sense that the sounds are coming from inside or outside your mind. You might hear the voices talking to each other or feel like they're telling you to do something.
See things. This is also known as a "visual hallucination." For example, you might see insects crawling on your hand or on the face of someone you know.
Sometimes they look like flashes of light. A rare type of seizure called "occipital" may cause you to see brightly colored spots or shapes.
Smell things. The technical name for this is "olfactory hallucination." You may think the odor is coming from something around you, or that it's coming from your own body.
Taste things. These are called "gustatory hallucinations. " You may feel that something you eat or drink has an odd taste.
Feel things. Doctors call this a "tactile hallucination." It might seem to you that you're being tickled even when no one else is around, or you may have a sense that insects are crawling on or under your skin . You might feel a blast of hot air on your face that isn't real.
What Causes Hallucinations?
Schizophrenia . More than 70% of people with this illness get visual hallucinations, and 60%-90% hear voices. But some may also smell and taste things that aren't there.
Parkinson's disease . Up to half of people who have this condition sometimes see things that aren't there.
Alzheimer's disease and other forms of
dementia . They cause changes in the brain that can bring on hallucinations. It may be more likely to happen when your disease is more advanced.
Migraines . About a third of people with this kind of headache also have an "aura," a type of visual hallucination. It can look like a multicolored crescent of light.
Brain tumor . Depending on where it is, it can cause different types of hallucinations. If it's in an area that has to do with vision , you may see things that aren't real. You might also see spots or shapes of light.
Tumors in some parts of the brain can cause hallucinations of smell and taste.
Charles Bonnet syndrome . This condition causes people with vision problems like macular degeneration,
glaucoma , or cataracts to see things. At first, you may not realize it's a hallucination, but eventually, you figure out that what you're seeing isn't real.
Epilepsy . The seizures that go along with this disorder can make you more likely to have hallucinations. The type you get depends on which part of your
brain the seizure affects.
What’s the Treatment?
First, your doctor needs to find out what's causing your hallucinations. He'll take your medical history and do a
physical exam. He'll ask about your symptoms.
You may need tests to help identify the problem. For instance, an EEG, or
electroencephalogram, checks for unusual patterns of electrical activity in your brain . It could show if your hallucinations are due to seizures.
You might get an MRI , or magnetic resonance imaging, which uses powerful magnets and radio waves to make pictures of structures inside your body. It can find out if a brain tumor or something else, like an area that's had a small stroke , could be causing your hallucinations.
Your doctor will treat the condition that's causing the hallucinations. The treatment can include things like:
Medication for schizophrenia or dementias such as Alzheimer's disease
Antiseizure drugs to treat epilepsy
Treatment for macular degeneration,
glaucoma , and cataracts
Surgery or radiation to treat tumors
Drugs called triptans, beta-blockers, or anticonvulsants for people with
Your doctor may prescribe pimavanserin (Nuplazid ). This medicine has been effective in treating hallucinations and
delusions linked to psychosis that affects some people with Parkinson’s disease.
Sessions with a therapist can also help. For example, cognitive behavioral therapy, which focuses on changes in thinking and behavior, helps some people manage their symptoms better.


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