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I saw this movie a couple of weeks ago. It was a low-budget film but did well in drawing the viewer in with suspense. The two main characters were a young couple living together in their first house. The girl, who had had paranormal experiences in her past, asked a psychic to come to their home and see if he could help them because they were experiencing the typical signs of a haunting or the first stages of diabolical possession. The psychic told her that he was sure she was being plagued by a demon and referred her to a demonologist. The couple waited a few of weeks before calling him because of the boyfriend’s skepticism of the whole thing. The demonologist unfortunately was out of town when she finally made the call and this was after the situation had exponentially gotten worse. The boyfriend set up a camera in their bedroom and this is where most of the film is viewed from. He taunted the “demon” demanding that it show itself, evoking it to show its powers which only made the situation worse for the girl. The nightly occurrences of sounds of the footsteps coming up the stairs, scratching and pounding on the walls and door, the shadows in the room moving around and the girl on at least two separate occasions being pulled out of bed abruptly by an unseen source then dragged down the stairs, screaming in terror for help. Towards the end of the film, the girl becomes more controlled by the demon. She never seeks help from anyone other than the psychic who tells her that the demon is so powerful he can only help from a safe distance, never inside the home. At the end of the movie the demon has taken over her body and mind completely controlling her enough to make her murder her boyfriend. There are two separate endings but I will only mention one. The police are called by a friend who discovers the boyfriend’s dead body in the kitchen. They find the girl in the bedroom where she had been in a trance for more than a day after the murder, still clutching the knife she used to stab him to death. The police walk in to find her there and say “freeze!”. She suddenly wakes up from her trance, in a daze, screaming “where is mica?”. She walks towards the police, not in her right mind, holding the murder weapon. They end up shooting her because she was walking towards them in a panic with the knife in her hand. The movie ends there. The ending is so much like The Blair Witch Project in which it leaves you wanting to know more about what happens. The girl is shot and falls over but you don’t really know if she’s dead or not. The boyfriend is injured but its never really shown if he was dead or just incredibly injured and somehow stayed alive an entire day before being discovered. The psychic never mentions of the possibility of a poltergeist either which means that a demon may not have been what was possessing the girl at all. A poltergeist would also fit the description in the events that were happening to her. It was just assumed that a demon was the cause because that is what he “felt”. Overall, I would say its worth to watch at least once but don’t except any special effects or anything like that. You never see the demon or poltergeist. Its an unseen force but the way the movie is made you do feel that it’s presence is strong and very evil. And before you ask, YES it is a fake movie. It never happened in real life.

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I am frustrated and a bit annoyed at all of the 11:11 theories popping up all over the internet. The 11:11 phenomenon has been in my life for 12 years now. I have talked to as many people as I possibly could to figure out what it means in my life while also listening to the experiences of others. The number one thing that I have noticed over the years about 11:11 is that it shows up in everyone’s life differently and no two people have the exact same experience.

This means that all of the sites that say 11:11 is a wake up call is only true for some of those who experience it. To others it might be a warning, a signal from a spirit guide or have any number of meanings attached to it. It doesn’t make the 11:11 phenomena less credible but it does mean that research and gathering information about it is more difficult.

Most psychic experiences stand out and that is why you are more likely to pay attention to them. They don’t happen all the time or we wouldn’t be able to distinguish a psychic thought from a normal one. The 11:11 phenomena however does happen frequently and that is exactly why it stands out so much. Its different from our normal thoughts and experiences yet it happens at such a pace that coincidence and chance can often be ruled out within a short time period.

There is much more for us to learn about why we see 11:11. I have yet to find one answer that would fit everyone so I think we should all keep looking. Read the advice of Uri Geller, Solara, etc but don’t think that what they say must be true for you. Their answers will only work for some people, not all.

I just watched this movie and it was ten times better than I expected. Without giving away too much, the movie is about a girl who “channels” other people and a psychiatrist who’s sent to go help her. It takes place in present day Ireland. The ending has a twist to it and its well worth watching. You can watch it for free using the link below.

http://www.movies-on-demand.tv/movie/2713-Dorothy_Mills_2008.html

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