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Angels, archons, Christ, computers, demonology, evil, greys, intercession, IT, non-random, stoichea


This post and these images prove to me what I suspected to be true about the Greys/Archons/Stoichea/Faeries/Djinn in our machinery – especially our Information Technology. Here we see the Temple of Athena Nike at the Acropolis in Athens – and the results of putting it through a filter – three unhappy looking bits of demonology – one skeletal waving a finger of warning etc etc

This shows that allegedly random processes in IT and all digital data can be invaded and manipulated by demonology. I think that we should say a prayer of intention before we do some job on a computer.
Please note though that the Angels of Christ can intercede here too – and I have a very beautiful Angelic intercession in my digital portfolio – this says to me that the computer before our very eyes is a battleground contesting rights to our very soul – long before we make any other contact with anyone – the struggle of light and dark commences when we switch it on.

Myself being saved in Christ – these beings have no power over me – so I chopped their finger off.


About ScottishAndrew

Contemporary Scottish fiddle player, Scottish ceilidh dance caller, folk music composer, Ufologist, natural and supernatural photographer and tour operator, digital artist and designer, writer and columnist - interested in cosmology and 5th generation computation without the 'Halting problem' !! THE SCOTTISH ANDREWVERSE Ceilidh musician and man of dance Investigator of paranormal circumstance Composer of art and pictures and tunes And researcher of old Scottish stones and runes Cosmic conundrums and landing on the Moon ...


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