Right in front of us, the unfortunate extraphysical consciousness (aka discarnate), whose facial features looked monstrous, approached a man (let’s call him, “Claudio”) unceremoniously. He put his hand on Claudio’s head and shouted insolently: “Drink, my friend! I need a drink!”
His raspy voice may have hurt other extraphysical consciousnesses’ sensitive ears, but Claudio could not hear a single sound. He went on sitting, undisturbed. Nevertheless, even if his physical eardrums had not registered the order, his mental waveband was attuned to the invisible to human eyes intruder.
The inappropriate guest repeated the order several times like a hypnotist who wants an order obeyed.
The result was not long in coming. The man stopped thinking about his family. He could not explain his sudden lack of interest.
Claudio finally accepted the suggestion, convinced that he felt like having a large gulp of wine solely for himself.
His thought had suddenly changed, like a power plant whose current is switched in a different direction because it is needed elsewhere.
“Drink! Drink!” And the thirst for alcohol took complete control of his mind and took shape. The pituitary mucosa became excited, as if it were more strongly impregnated with the pungent smell floating in the air. The malicious extraphysical consciousness scratched Claudio’s throat lightly and he became restless. An indefinable dryness afflicted his larynx. He wanted to feel calmer.
The cunning, uninvited guest perceived that his victim had given in to the suggestion and latched on to him: a light touch at first; then enveloping embrace, followed by a full embrace and reciprocal association.
Both of them were integrated with each other in a perfect, extraordinary example of fluidic grafting. Something like a complete splice was occurring.
Claudio-the-man was absorbing the intruder like a shoe adjusting to the foot. They melded with each other as if they were going to inhabit one body: same height; same girth; synchronized movements; complete oneness.
They stood up at the same time and turned around in the small space, totally integrated into each other, and picked up the bottle.
I was not able to tell which one had taken the initiative, that is, if Claudio had come up with the idea, or if the intruder had proposed it.
The first gulp rolled down the throat, which now exhibited a strange duality. Both simultaneously smacked their lips in pleasure.
Then, the pair split apart. Claudio was about to sit back down, when the second extraphysical intruder rushed at him and protested: “Me too! I want a drink too!”
The fading suggestion in Claudio’s mind was rekindled.
Completely passive in the face of this assault, Claudio mechanically reconstructed the feeling of unsatisfied thirst.
That was all it took for the other vampirizer to smile and possess Claudio, repeating the phenomenon of complete oneness.
Intraphysical and extraphysical consciousnesses were juxtaposed on each other: two conscious parts at one in an impeccable system of mutual compensation.
I approached Claudio in order to impartially investigate how extensively he was mentally enduring that process of fusion.
I could see right away that he remained free inwardly. He was not experiencing any kind of torment as he yielded. He merely hosted the extraphysical intruder and willingly accepted his guidance. There was no symbiosis in which he was the victim. There was only implicit association; a natural mixing.
The experience was based on percussion: appeal and response; all the strings absolutely in tune. The extraphysical intruder suggested; the intraphysical consciousness agreed. The former requested; the latter conceded.
Allowing his senses to be ensnared, Claudio believed he had not drunk enough and took another swallow. The curious math did not escape me: two gulps for three consciousnesses.
When Claudio was released once more, he sat back down on the stool and started thinking about his family again.
The extraphysical friends went back out into the bar, joking sarcastically.
The strength of the negative extraphysical consciousnesses that intrude intraphysical people can be totally overwhelming.
People who start using alcohol and drugs just for fun, end up getting adapted to these substances and pretty soon can no longer break free, because they are being used by vicious earthbound extraphysical consciousnesses, who want to continue experiencing sensations that should have ended with desoma (deactivation of the soma or physical body, death), but that they nevertheless continue to pursue.
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