Demon Possessed Woman hears 13 Voices Daily

A simple process of finding out what grounds they have to be there and then Casting them out would cure this poor woman! Some idiot, probably a Psychiatrist, tried to get the original 3 out not knowing what they were doing and this is the result.

Matthew 12:43-45 ” When the unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry places, seeking rest, and findeth none.44 Then he saith, I will return into my house from whence I came out; and when he is come, he findeth it empty, swept, and garnished.45 Then goeth he, and taketh with himself seven other spirits more wicked than himself, and they enter in and dwell there: and the last state of that man is worse than the first. Even so shall it be also unto this wicked generation.”

Vice January 12, 2017 – Rai hears roughly 13 different voices, but she doesn’t let them get in the way of her life.

The first time Rai Waddingham heard a voice it told her to kill herself. Except, well, it wasn’t just one voice – it was three. “I was staying overnight at a friend’s house and I heard these men talking about me, saying things like: ‘She’s stupid,’ ‘No one likes her’ and, ‘She should kill herself.’ I initially assumed it was my friends, because three guys lived in the house, so I went down to confront them but they were all asleep, which was really weird. Plus the guys I heard sounded middle-aged.”

Waddingham was 19 at this point. The voices didn’t stop, and she swiftly came to believe someone was watching her through cameras. Who has the resources to put surveillance in her home? The government. And aliens, of course. A twisted logic sprouted from her mind and she progressively became more overwhelmed and paranoid, fearing the people around her. A doctor eventually admitted her to a psychiatric hospital, where she was initially diagnosed with schizophrenia and ending up taking “a huge amount of medication” to cope.

Two decades later, Waddingham now hears roughly 13 voices – more than she ever has done. The original trio still exists, and still talks about her, but others pop in and out regularly. Like Bunny, a funny but curious five-year-old (“she’s constantly cracking jokes”.) The big difference in all of this is that Waddingham no longer sees herself as having a mental health problem. Or rather, it no longer gets in the way of her life. “When I was in hospital I was absolutely terrified of my voices because they etched away at my self-esteem and confidence,” she says. “I hear the same voices I heard several years ago, but they don’t crush me in the same way. I don’t believe the voices literally any more, I believe them symbolically.”

People who hear voices often instil suspicion in the imaginations of those who don’t, but it’s more common than you’d think: between four to eight percent of the population experience what’s known as “auditory verbal hallucinations”. That’s potentially 600 million people worldwide. And while 40 percent of us will hear voices at some point in our lives, many affected, like Waddingham, lead fulfilling, healthy lives. A common misconception, perhaps fed by the kind of “drug-crazed schizophrenic” headlines you see in the Mail, is that people who hear voices have a form of psychosis. It’s one of the most common features, granted, but the majority of voice-hearers aren’t diagnosed with schizophrenia. For them, voice-hearing is an everyday experience that isn’t associated with being unwell.

Take Nikki Mattocks, for example, who heard her first voice aged 14. Five years later she currently hears up to 20 different voices a day. “It’s very confusing,” she says. “They say things like, ‘You’re ugly,’ ‘You’re fat,’ ‘You’re stupid.’ I used to be terrified – I’d have panic attacks and tried to kill myself just to get rid of them. But I’m used to it now. I function as anyone else would. I’m hearing them right now and I’m still chatting to you because I’ve learnt how to manage them.”

Sometimes the voices are so intense Mattocks can’t hear her friends chatting, but she’ll simply sit there in silence until it passes. “I’ve got very patient friends,” she laughs. Drinking is also unpredictable. “The other day I went clubbing and for the first two to three hours it was great,” she explains. “But then I started to sober up and felt shitty again. The voices don’t get nicer when I’m drunk, just a bit weirder. They can change to noises – I’ll hear random bangs, like they’re trying to scare me.” To cope, Mattocks never leaves the house without her headphones. She uses the analogy of putting a plug in the sink to stop water from escaping: the music holds the incessant flow of sound in place, and at bay, if only for a short time. For Waddingham, she finds that writing things down or talking directly to her voices is useful. In her head, though: “People look at me funny if I talk to them out loud, which is sad, really, isn’t it? I should get some Bluetooth headphones. No one would know the difference.” Read more here.

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