BY LISA LEE HARP WAUGH
A clock is an instrument used to indicate, measure, keep, and co-ordinate time. The word clock is derived ultimately (via Dutch, Northern French, and Medieval Latin) from the Celtic words lagan and coca meaning "bell". For horologists and other specialists the term clock continues to mean exclusively a device with a striking mechanism for announcing intervals of time acoustically, by ringing a bell, a set of chimes, or a gong.
I have personally heard tales in my life and witnessed the horror of broken haunted or cursed clocks that only strike the hour when a person in a family dies.
I as many have also known those that haunted by the hour of 3:AM and have seen how their lives have been effected by the demonic and evil forces that haunt this God forsaken hour. And as you who reads this searches for the answers to why you are truly chosen to be haunted by this particular hour of the day I bid you a ray of hope.
VATICAN CITY–In the first papal edict against a time of day since 1560, Pope John Paul II declared the two-and-a-half-hour interval between 3 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. "wholly ungodly." "If a man dares to come home during these demonic hours, he shall be declared anathema," said His Holiness. "Likewise, anyone calling during these hours shall face excommunication." The pope added that in some cases, devout Catholics may receive special dispensation from a priest in a different time zone.
At exactly 3:00 am I woke up from a grisly nightmare. The dream was filled with human intestines and animal freshly killed guts. And the very real horrors and feeling over my body, like I was really stuck inside a vast plain of human entrails. I could smell the stench and the whole time a feeling of falling a great distance. A violent supernatural wind rushed around me and my thoughts were that I was dead or dying, and the entire time being sucked into the depths of hell!
My heart was pounding like a bass drum. And I felt as if it was going to burst out of my chest. I prayed openly and verbally let this end or let me die now so not to witness anymore of this great horror that I beheld and experienced. And then I awoke with the audible sound of my voice saying ~ Amen.
Very frightened sweating so that my entire body and bed was soaking wet. And in the darkness I shivered clenching the covers shaken to my very core. I looked at the clock and it read 3:AM.
The following night, I awoke again to the exact same very real haunted scenario. The same frightening nightmare, and at exactly at the same exact time 3:00 AM heart pounding, I knew then something was very wrong and I felt that death was watching me waiting to take me.
On the 3rd night, I went through the whole thing again. Nightmare, opened my eyes looked at the clock's red numbers flashing on my cable TV box... 3:00 am. But this time I awoke and in my twisted fear I felt as if I was dead and that my waking life was the nightmare.
Months and years have gone by but the fear has never left me. I no longer have the frightening nightmare but I awaken at the exact time of 3:AM.
Many of us have experienced this or something very similar. I have been told that some awaken at 1:11 AM others at 2:22 AM the importance of these specific times are important but the reason why eludes many.
today some researchers that I work with in the field of paranormal research have related, that all this is something otherworldly that effects the living in every culture around the world..
Many I have spoken to over the years who have been plagued by the 3:AM phenomena fear it as a hand full of individuals embrace it as a sign that their is an afterlife.
The truth is that this phenomena is not delegated just to the hour of #:Am. say say it happens at 4 or 5:am and others will tell you 12 midnight.
But when it happens to you consider that it might just be a personal self awarenees journey or spiritual awakening.
In traditional magical works of Necromancy, "midnight" refers to solar midnight, which is opposite solar noon. some refer to it as Mid Dark. A time between or exact moment the opposite of full light or mid day.
These form an axis linking the mundane world with other worlds by being the apogee of darkness and the perigee of light. Thus, traditional midnight is associated with chaos, death, underworld and mystery. It was seen as a moment when sacrum manifests itself and epiphanies were most likely. The epiphanies expected were those associated with darkness, so it was thought that at midnight, visitation from spirits, ghosts, demons and devils were common. All the supernatural creatures of darkness — reminiscent of feared nocturnal predators — were believed to haunt the night, their potency greatest at its central point, midnight. According to Slavic folklore, midnight was time when strigas rose from graves to suck the blood of mortals, zmoras assailed the sleeping to steal their breath, and devils came for sinners. Polish Jews believed that it was the time when dybbuks possessed people, causing insanity. As night's attributes are chaos and primordiality, all the acts of summoning from other worlds were easiest to perform at the culmination of the night. Supernatural entities like demons and devils universally answered a human call — be it death wish, curse of famine, prostration or pact with the devil. All the acts of sorcery, witchcraft, necromancy were easiest then. While some beliefs stated that elaborate rituals were needed, some other folklore ascribed unholy power to such simple acts as calling the devil at crossroads at midnight. Even peeking into a mirror at night (without a reliable clock one could never be certain what time it was) was dangerous, as the devil himself could have looked back. Midnight was also the time to gather the ingredients used in magical acts done at other times, so various herbs were thought to be most potent when harvested at midnight. In the modern world, midnight is the symbolic end of the world according to the Doomsday Clock.
But as many know a clock can foretell death ghosts and the rise of demonic forces. Clocks have been known to stop at the time of a persons death. or even waking to a certain time can spell disaster in the future.
In general usage today a "clock" refers to any device for measuring and displaying the time. watches and even sundials and hourglasses all can hold some type of supernatural properties or so many believe. Magical or cursed or haunted watches and other timepieces that can be carried on one's person are often distinguished from haunted or possessed clocks. A possessed watch or one that has been cursed by unseen forces or even haunted by a real ghosts can and do pass from generation to generation. these haunted timepieces often only react to certain individuals and may be laying in wait for the perfect victim to haunt or curse.
I have had individuals bring to me haunted mantel clocks, haunted Rolex wristwatches and ordinary looking alarm clocks that they swear are haunted by the dead or forces of demonic control. All this is often set in motion because they notice strange things occurring at certain times associated with the physical real time piece or mechanical or electrical clock or device that so often rules their lives.
It's 3:AM and the and evil forces are set loose on the living to exact their due. Some call it the time of the dead and others relate it to when the legions of hell are set loose to bring evil and heartache on the living.
One of the earliest known uses of the exact phrasing "the witching hour" is from the 1831 edition of Frankenstein in the introduction by Mary Shelley: "Night waned upon this talk, and even the witching hour had gone by before we retired to rest." In 1835, the phrase appeared in the last line of a short story by Washington Irving:
"Two pairs of eyes are watching me now, from the couch and the ledge by the window. Faerieland shines in those eyes. And I must leave you, for it's the witching hour and a full moon is rising. . . ." However, variants of the phrase were in use much earlier; Shakespeare refers to "the witching time of night" in a soliloquy in Hamlet: Tis now the very witching time of night, When churchyards yawn and hell itself breathes out Contagion to this world: now could I drink hot blood, And do such bitter business as the day Would quake to look on. [Act III, sc. ii]
In European folklore, the witching hour is the time when supernatural creatures such as witches, demons and ghosts are thought to be at their most powerful, and black magic at its most effective. This hour is typically midnight, and the term may now be used to refer to midnight, or any late hour, even without having the associated superstitious beliefs. The term "witching hour" can also refer to the period from midnight to 3am, while "devils hour" refers to the time around 3am.
In African culture, isolated sleep paralysis is commonly referred to as "the witch riding your back" In the Muslim culture of South Asia (Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Indian Muslims), sleep paralysis is considered to be an encounter with evil jinns and demons who have taken over ones body. In northwestern Pakistan, this ghoul is known as 'bakhtak' (Urdu: بختک). It is also assumed that it is caused by the black magic performed by enemies and jealous persons. Spells, incantations and curses could also result in ghouls haunting a person. Some homes and places are also haunted by evil ghosts, satanic or other supernatural beings and they could haunt people living there. Sufis, Mullahs, Faqirs or Imams perform exorcism on individuals who are possessed. Talismans and Amulets are worn by people to keep them safe especially the young children. The homes, houses, buildings and grounds are blessed and consecrated by Sufis, Mullahs or Imams by reciting Qur'an and Adhan (Urdu: أَذَان), the Islamic call to prayer, recited by the muezzin. In Cambodian, Laotian, and Thai culture, sleep paralysis is called phǐǐ am and khmout sukkhot. It is described as an event in which the person is sleeping and dreams that one or more ghostly figures are nearby or even holding him or her down. The sufferer usually thinks that he or she is awake but unable to move or make any noises. This is not to be confused with pee khao and khmout jool, ghost possession. In Hmong culture, sleep paralysis describes an experience called "dab tsog" or "crushing demon." Often the sufferer claims to be able to see a tiny figure, no larger than a child, sitting on his or her chest. What is alarming is that a vast number of American Hmong have died in their sleep, prompting the Centers for Disease Control to create the term "Sudden Unexpected Nocturnal Death Syndrome" or "SUNDS" for short; this is now theorized to be a form of Brugada syndrome. In Vietnamese culture, sleep paralysis is referred to as "ma đè", meaning "held down by a ghost" or "bóng đè", meaning "held down by a shadow". In Chinese culture, sleep paralysis is widely known as "鬼壓身/鬼压身" (pinyin: guǐ yā shēn) or "鬼壓床/鬼压床" (pinyin: guǐ yā chuáng), which literally translate into "ghost pressing on body" or "ghost pressing on bed." A more modern term is "夢魘/梦魇" (pinyin: mèng yǎn). In Japanese culture, sleep paralysis is referred to as kanashibari (金縛り, literally "bound or fastened in metal," from kane "metal" and shibaru" to bind, to tie, to fasten"). This term is occasionally used by English speaking authors to refer to the phenomenon both in academic papers and in pop psych literature. In Korean culture, sleep paralysis is called gawee nulim (Hangul: 가위눌림), literally meaning "being pressed down by scissors". It is often associated with a superstitious belief that a ghost or spirit is laying on top of or pressing down on the sufferer. In Philippine culture, "bangungut", or sudden unexplained death syndrome, has traditionally been attributed to nightmares. People who have claimed to survive such nightmares have reported experiencing the symptoms of sleep paralysis. During the Salem witch trials several people reported nighttime attacks by various alleged witches including Bridget Bishop that may have been the result of sleep paralysis. In Hungarian folk culture sleep paralysis is called "lidércnyomás" ("lidérc pressing") and can be attributed to a number of supernatural entities like "lidérc" (wraith), "boszorkány" (witch), "tündér" (fairy) or "ördögszerető" (demon lover). The word "boszorkány" itself stems from the Turkish root "bas-", meaning "to press". In Iceland folk culture sleep paralysis is generally called having a "Mara". A goblin or a succubus (since it is generally female) believed to cause nightmares (the origin of the word 'Nightmare' itself is derived from her name). Other European cultures share variants of the same folklore, calling her under different names; Proto-Germanic: marōn; Old English: mære; German: Mahr; Dutch: nachtmerrie; Icelandic, Old Norse, Faroese, and Swedish: mara; Danish: mare; Norwegian: mare; Old Irish: morrigain; Slovene: môra; Bulgarian, Serbian, Polish: mora; French: cauchemar; Romanian: moroi; Czech: můra. The origin of the belief itself is much older and goes back to the reconstructed Proto Indo-European root mora-, an incubus, from the root mer- "to rub away" or "to harm". In Malta, folk culture attributes a sleep paralysis incident to an attack by the "Haddiela" who is the wife of the "Hares", the entity in Maltese folk culture which haunts the individual in similar ways as to those of a poltergeist. As believed in folk culture, to rid oneself of the Haddiela, one must place a piece of silverware or a knife under the pillow prior to sleep. In New Guinea, people refer to this phenomenon as "Suk Ninmyo", believed to originate from sacred trees that use human essence to sustain its life. The trees are said to feed on human essence during night as to not disturb the human's daily life, but sometimes people wake unnaturally during the feeding, resulting in the paralysis. In Turkish culture, sleep paralysis is often referred to as "karabasan" ("The dark presser/assailer"). It is believed to be a creature which attacks people in their sleep, pressing on their chest and stealing their breath. In Mexico, it is believed that this is caused by the spirit of a dead person. This ghost lies down upon the body of the sleeper, rendering him unable to move. People refers to this as "Subirse el Muerto" (Dead Person on you). In many parts of the Southern United States, the phenomenon is known as a "hag", and the event is said to often be a sign of an approaching tragedy or accident. Ogun Oru is a traditional explanation for nocturnal disturbances among the Yoruba of Southwest Nigeria; ogun oru (nocturnal warfare) involves an acute night-time disturbance that is culturally attributed to demonic infiltration of the body and psyche during dreaming. Ogun oru is characterized by its occurrence, a female preponderance, the perception of an underlying feud between the sufferer's earthly spouse and a 'spiritual' spouse, and the event of bewitchment through eating while dreaming. The condition is believed to be treatable through Christian prayers or elaborate traditional rituals designed to exorcise the imbibed demonic elements. In Greece and Cyprus, it is believed that sleep paralysis occurs when a ghost-like creature or Demon named Mora, Vrachnas or Varypnas (Greek: Μόρα, Βραχνάς, Βαρυπνάς) tries to steal the victim's speech or sits on the victim's chest causing asphyxiation. In Zimbabwean Shona culture the word Madzikirira is used to refer something really pressing one down. This mostly refers to the spiritual world in which some spirit—especially an evil one—tries to use its victim for some evil purpose. The people believe that witches can only be people of close relations to be effective, and hence a witches often try to use one's spirit to bewitch one's relatives. In Ethiopian culture the word Dukak is used. Dukak is believed to be some form of evil spirit that possesses people during their sleep. This experience is also believed to be related to use of Khat. Most Khat users experience sleep paralysis when quitting after a long time of use. Several studies have shown that African-Americans may be predisposed to isolated sleep paralysis also known as "the witch is riding you" or "the haint is riding you". In addition, other studies have shown that African-Americans who have frequent episodes of isolated sleep paralysis, i.e., reporting having one or more sleep paralysis episodes per month coined as "sleep paralysis disorder," were predisposed to having panic attacks. This finding has been replicated by other independent researchers. In Tamil and Sri Lankan Culture, this particular phenomenon is referred to as 'Amuku Be" or 'Amuku Pei' meaning "the ghost that forces one down". In Malay of Malay Peninsula, sleep paralysis is known as 'kena tindih' (or 'ketindihan' in Indonesia), which means "being pressed". Incidents are commonly considered to be the work of a malign agency; occurring in what are explained as blind spots in the field of vision, they are reported as demonic figures. In Newfoundland and Labrador, it is known as the 'Old Hag'.In island folklore, the Hag can be summoned to attack a third party, like a curse. In his 1982 book, The Terror that Comes in the Night, David J. Hufford writes that in local culture the way to call the Hag is to recite the Lord's Prayer backwards. It is also common for believers to claim that those who are not wakened from this paralysis will die. In Persian culture it is known as 'bakhtak' (Persian: بختک) which is a ghost-like creature who does this. In Nepal, especially Newari culture it is also known as 'Khyaak' a ghost-like figure which is believed to reside in the darkness under the staircases of a house. In Swahili speaking East Africa, it is known as 'jinamizi', which refers to a creature sitting on one's chest making it difficult for him/her to breath. It is attributed to result from a person sleeping on his back. Most people also recall being strangled by this 'creature'. People generally survive these 'attacks'
The Significance of 3:AM or the demon hour is often associated with the evil dead and those forces that wish to disrupt our lives and mental security.
Many find themselves waking up mysteriously at the is time. some will tell you it is always in the hour between 3:am and 4:am that this occurs to them. they awaken unnerved and often unsettled because the fear of what is to come plagues them for it seems to happen repeatedly over the course of a few days months or years.
Sometimes in certain parts of the world at different times of the year the haunted or cursed time is 2:AM. Logic dictates that simply this occurs because we have change our clock due to Day light savings time. This is why at times things maybe cited to occur at 2:AM when they are reported when it is really the 3 o’clock hour based on the phase of the sun.
Excerpts from The Significance of 3:AM By Kenneth Deel bring forth many important factors why 3:AM or 3:PM have an effect upon us.
3: PM is of course when it is said Jesus died and his spirits ascended into heaven until the third day. It is said the Blessed Virgin Mary’s Assumption into heaven Occurred at 3:PM as well. Some say 3:PM is when the veil between this world and Heaven is at it thinnest. Same of course to be said in the opposite time of 3:AM and the veil dividing This world and a 'Dark realm'.
+ ‘Black Masses’ (ritual), for example, are notably done at 3:AM, not midnight, so these dark rituals are done at this hour provide a gain of strength to evil.
+ 3 A.M. is also a distance enough from sunset-dusk to mornings dawn. Sun Light, even in small traces of UV and Infrared from the sun can still be see for well over an hour after sunset. But at 3:AM for example, a ‘new moon’ dark sky can leave a full cover of darkness. Darkness is power to demons and evil spirits. And they prefer darkness as light can be unbearable to them. As we learn somewhat on our own, as children, to turn on a light to get rid of 'monsters'. There is some truth in it. Because with lower demons especially, they are easy scared off by ‘positive’ things such as light being switch on from darkness. While Devils on the other hand appear during daylight hours, turn blessed crucifixes up side down on a wall, etc. Beyond merely to disrespect, it is also a show of power as a boasting in “I CAN DO THIS!” or "This has no affect on me", as to weaken the faith of those oppressed by them. Devils also like to make more noise on what are considered Christian Holidays and ‘Holy Days’, such as Good Friday, and Easter. This is just another way for them to show off power, disrespect Christianity, and to distract from the days meaning.
+ Which brings me to what some say goes beyond a symbolic '3', as stated by others, is indeed a mockery of the 'Holy trinity'. However, However 3:AM still is a preferred time because of the above reasons more so.
+ Essentially, Transition often occurs at these hours of 3-4:pm. In this I am referring to when Demons increasing in numbers, moving from infestation to oppression stages, or onto possession's first stage, etc.
So this time set is indeed the most "UNHOLY" time in the day. 3:AM is often a mile marker for these changes as they grow toward a more serious stage of a demonic haunting, say form an 'infestation' to an 'oppression' stage.
In short if you often wake up to see the clock is exactly 3:AM, you might being seeing this as a warning. The number 3 turning up is a Demonic symbol, so we take note on a short list when it occurs. As it can often defiantly be an indication something is manifesting or already has…
© 2008 Kenneth Deel www.Catholicdemonologist.com
There are prayers to say if you awaken at 3:am and fear or panic seems to overcome you many will state. An old Texan legend tells that if you awaken at this specific time between 3:am and 3:15 am this means that a dead relative or friend seeks your prayers and forgiveness. Many will say special prayers for those they know have died at this time to set them free of their torment.
Butch DeFeo (Ronald "Butch" DeFeo, Jr., ) of the supposedly true ‘Amityville horror’ reportedly killed all of his family at 3:AM to 3:15.
In old New Orleans 3:AM is a time to pray for those that died tragically or suddenly and unexpected. It is thought that those that suffer in the deepest of despair can only effect the living at this time and awaken you to pray for them and their deliverance from hell or purgatory that they are stuck in.
Ghost are often thought to prowl the cemeteries of Canal Street at this time of the morning. Many reported as 100% real ghost sightings occur in the Crescent City at this time.
3:00 AM was also singled out as a time of importance within another supposedly real fact based horror movie ‘The Exorcism of Emily Rose’.
Midnight is, literally, "the middle of the night". In most systems it is when one day ends and the next begins: when the date changes. Originally midnight was halfway between sunset and dawn, varying according to the seasons. Solar midnight is that time opposite of solar noon, when the sun is closest to nadir and the night is equidistant from dusk and dawn. Due to the advent of time zones, which make time identical across a range of meridians, and daylight saving time, it rarely coincides with midnight on a clock. Solar midnight is dependent on longitude, latitude, altitude, and time of the year rather than on a time zone.
The word "noon" is derived from Latin nona hora, the ninth hour of the day. The Roman and Western European medieval monastic day began at 6:00 am (0600) by modern timekeeping, so the ninth hour starts at what is now 2:00 pm (1400). In English, the meaning of the word shifted to midday by the fourteenth century. It is related to the meaning of the liturgical term "none".
Noon (also mid-day or noon time) is the hour of 12:00 in an observer's local time zone, or more loosely, a time near the middle of the day when workers in many countries take a meal break. The scientific term solar noon describes the moment when the sun crosses the meridian in apparent solar time, the time during a day with the highest sun elevation, which depends on longitude, latitude and date . The opposite of noon is midnight. In the northern hemisphere, "noon" had an ancient geographic association with "south" (as did midnight with "north"). Remnants of the "noon" association are preserved in the words for "noon" in French ("midi") and Italian ("mezzogiorno"), both of which also refer to the southern parts of the respective countries. Modern Polish goes a step farther, with the words for noon ("południe" -- literally "mid-day") also meaning "south" and the word for "midnight" ("północ" -- literally "mid-night") also meaning "north".
The Hour glass is mentioned in the Third degree lecture of the Masons, where it is explained that it is an emblem of human life. It symbolizes the eternal passage of time, the sand slipping away until there is no more, and therefore a continual reminder that life is finite, and that therefore we should make the most of it while we can. However, the hour glass is also used in other ways. With its two containers, the hour glass is an analogy between the upper and the lower, and the need to turn the hour glass from top to bottom at times to continue the process symbolizes the continual cycle between life and death, heaven and earth. However, if no action is taken, the sand can only flow one way. This symbolizes our need to reverse, at times, our attitudes and actions for continuity, or we shall always be drawn to one side - the base.
This symbolism is also seen in the Temperance card of the Tarot. One part of the hour glass is always full, the other empty and this cycle of emptiness and fullness follow each other - just like in life, where joy and sadness for example often follow each other in cycles. It is also interesting to note that the ascetics St. Ambrose (Patron saint of learning) and St. Magdalene (the first to see Jesus after the resurrection) are each depicted with an hour glass. In European lodges, the chamber of reflection where the candidate is placed prior to initiation, has an hour glass for the candidate to reflect on.
Many people report all manner of strange happenings occurring at the Demon's hour of 03:00 A.M., it is also a time that frequently correlates to episodes of 'sleep paralysis' by those that suffer from the condition.
Sleep paralysis is paralysis associated with sleep which may occur in normal subjects or be associated with narcolepsy, cataplexy, and hypnagogic hallucinations. The pathophysiology of this condition is closely related to the normal hypotonia that occur during REM sleep. When considered to be a disease, isolated sleep paralysis is classified as MeSH D020188. Some evidence suggests that it can also, in some cases, be a symptom of migraine.
Physiologically, sleep paralysis is closely related to the paralysis that occurs as a natural part of REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, which is known as REM atonia. Sleep paralysis occurs when the brain awakes from a REM state, but the body paralysis persists. This leaves the person fully conscious, but unable to move. The paralysis can last from several seconds to several minutes "after which the individual may experience panic symptoms and the realization that the distorted perceptions were false". As the correlation with REM sleep suggests, the paralysis is not entirely complete; use of EOG traces shows that eye movement can be instigated during such episodes. When there is an absence of narcolepsy, sleep paralysis is referred to as isolated sleep paralysis (ISP). In addition, the paralysis state may be accompanied by terrifying hallucinations (hypnopompic or hypnagogic) and an acute sense of danger. Sleep paralysis is particularly frightening to the individual because of the vividness of such hallucinations.The hallucinatory element to sleep paralysis makes it even more likely that someone will interpret the experience as a dream, since completely fanciful, or dream-like, objects may appear in the room alongside one's normal vision. Some scientists have proposed this condition as an explanation for alien abductions and ghostly encounters. A study by Susan Blackmore and Marcus Cox (the Blackmore-Cox study) of the University of the West of England supports the suggestion that reports of alien abductions are related to sleep paralysis rather than to temporal lobe lability.
Many perceptions associated with sleep paralysis (visceral buzzing, loud sounds, adrenal mental state, presences, and the paralysis itself) also constitute a common phase in the early progression of episodes referred to as out of body experiences. Mental focus varies between the two conditions; paralysis sufferers tend to fixate on reestablishing operation of the body, whereas subjects of out-of-body episodes are more occupied by perceived non-equivalence with the body.
The original definition of sleep paralysis was codified by Dr Johnson in his A Dictionary of the English Language as "nightmare," a term that evolved into our modern definition. Such sleep paralysis was widely considered to be the work of demons and more specifically incubi, which were thought to sit on the chests of sleepers. In Old English the name for these beings was mare or mære (from a proto-Germanic marōn, cf. Old Norse mara), hence comes the mare part in nightmare. The word might be etymologically cognate to Hellenic Marōn (in the Odyssey) and Sanskrit Māra. Folk belief in Newfoundland, South Carolina and Georgia describe the negative figure of the Hag who leaves her physical body at night, and sits on the chest of her victim. The victim usually wakes with a feeling of terror, has difficulty breathing because of a perceived heavy invisible weight on his or her chest, and is unable to move i.e., experiences sleep paralysis. This nightmare experience is described as being "hag-ridden" in the Gullah lore. The "Old Hag" was a nightmare spirit in British and also Anglophone North American folklore. In Nigeria, "ISP appears to be far more common and recurrent among people of African descent than among whites or Nigerian Africans", and is often referred to within African communities as "the Devil on your back."Various forms of magic and spiritual possession were also advanced as causes. In nineteenth century Europe, the vagaries of diet were thought to be responsible. For example, in Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge attributes the ghost he sees to "... an undigested bit of beef, a blot of mustard, a crumb of cheese, a fragment of an underdone potato..." In a similar vein, the Household Cyclopedia (1881) offers the following advice about nightmares: "Great attention is to be paid to regularity and choice of diet. Intemperance of every kind is hurtful, but nothing is more productive of this disease than drinking bad wine. Of eatables those which are most prejudicial are all fat and greasy meats and pastry... Moderate exercise contributes in a superior degree to promote the digestion of food and prevent flatulence; those, however, who are necessarily confined to a sedentary occupation, should particularly avoid applying themselves to study or bodily labor immediately after eating... Going to bed before the usual hour is a frequent cause of night-mare, as it either occasions the patient to sleep too long or to lie long awake in the night. Passing a whole night or part of a night without rest likewise gives birth to the disease, as it occasions the patient, on the succeeding night, to sleep too soundly. Indulging in sleep too late in the morning, is an almost certain method to bring on the paroxysm, and the more frequently it returns, the greater strength it acquires; the propensity to sleep at this time is almost irresistible.
God Protect me from the evil of this unholy hour. with the intercession Mathew Mark Luke and John bless this bed that I lay upon.
Deliver from this evil grip that holds my soul in turmoil through out my waking and sleeping hours.
Protect me oh Lord from the seen and unseen world that attacks me.
Oh holy Lord my God in your hands I seek protections from the demons of the night.
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Fri. March 12 - PSYCHOMETRY. Bring items you want to get a Reading on.
Fri. March 19 - YOUR FACE TRANSFORMED TO ANOTHER LIFETIME.
See what you looked like in a PREVIOUS LIFETIME and learn
about that lifetime too. Amazing! Technology only available here
Fri March 26 - GHOSTBUSTER UNDERSTANDING one-on-one with NANCY, ROBERT &
other FAMOUS PARANORMALISTS. Learn up front from the pros on how to
do it right.
Fri. April 2 - BILLETS- THE ANCIENT ART OF READING THROUGH ENVELOPES AND
Fri. April 9 - HOW TO TELL IF YOUR CHILD IS PSYCHIC and ways to help them.
Fri. April 16- MYSTERIOUS EVENTS through HISTORY. OPEN FORUM ask NANCY
Fri. April 23 - HAUNTED SITES AROUND HERE and STORIES OF GHOSTS AND
Fri. April 30- THE KARMIC BONDS OF SOULMATES, FRIENDS, AND EX-LOVERS.
$20.00 to current Nancy Bradley Newsletter subscribers and $35.00 to non-subscribers. You CAN subscribe at the door.
(No checks or credit cards are accepted at class)
Class begins at 7:00 pm 3922 Forni Road , Placerville , Ca.
Right off Hwy 50 and across the street from Wal-Mart, ample parking for all)
For more information visit: WWW.NANCYBRADLEY.ORG
NOTE: As NANCY ’S wonderful message spreads, she is on the road more and more. We cannot guarantee how long she will be teaching in Placerville , so don’t miss these rare opportunities to be one-on-one with NANCY . All information is original and channeled only through Master Psychic, Teacher, Healer NANCY BRADLEY, one of the top ten psychics in the world, and are NOT available through ANYONE ELSE, ANYWHERE.
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- Released on: 2010-02-09
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