‘A Noble Attempt’ – Part 1
I wanted to bring to issue, part of one episode of ‘A Haunting’ from 2006 entitled ‘The Unleashed’. This case took place in Standish, Michigan. To make a long story short, in 1974 a series of happenings prompted a young man named Randy to “dabble in the occult.” He purchased “a book on witchcraft” and attempted a spell in his bedroom at around midnight.
The reason that I placed quotations around those two items is because I believe that many phrases don’t necessarily mean anything! For example, “the occult.” What “occult?” There is a lot of occultism in Christianity. Also, “witchcraft!” What “witchcraft?” Witchcraft from Yemen? Borneo?
Randy cast a spell to four deities: Anastosia, Lavoriki, Corozinia, and Semosani. These deities are sometimes put in text under varied spellings. However, it’s easy to see in internet searches that very little information about them is online. I have no idea of what their origin is. In fact, most of the very limited information online was in reference to this very episode. But they were in a spell from Randy’s book, and to say the least, it was a nightmare for him and his family.
Never chant an incantation to any or all of the following spirits: "Anatosia, Lavoriki, Corozina, and Semosani. Also, never use a Ouija board at any time, and for any reason. You don’t know what door that you’re opening up! Negative entities have followed individuals for years, no matter where they move. This doesn’t always happen, but it often does. I wouldn’t even cast circles. Sometimes overzealous Christians inadvertently open doors to evil, including demonic possession. Naturally, over time, people see what spirits that we can place our trust in—such as Jesus, Odin, Budda, etc. Randy just took it upon himself to jump into something he knew nothing about.
One interesting item from the episode was that the book described, as part of this particular chant, about it helping the person change from “dark to light.” That’s interesting in that most people just naturally perceive “light” as being “good”; while “dark” perceived as “evil.” I don’t think that is any innate rule at all; although sometimes metaphysical symbolism follows these types of patterns. It’s just important to remember that sometimes “the light” represents evil. It should be pointed out that “dark,” “black,” and “night” represent different concepts from one-another.