Within the imagination, there are things that are real. Things that we can fabricate, and other that we wish were real. Those that are real may be hard to believe but occur, yes indeed. If you believe that you can see, then visions come true. When you do not believe, find evidence of untruth to counter my claim. The truth can come in the form of children who share their visions of light, along with some put their faith in the darkness. The darkness is tricky and will make you believe that your faith needs to be tied to it despite your belief, as s in the case of a Nebulous Child who was connected to darkness, despite that he could see light. The light did not matter in the face of darkness, for darkness overcame this child to the point where light was useless.
In the end, he was betrayed by the darkness that he thought was right. He put his faith into that darkness by following its plight. He could hear the darkness and made claims that it was bright, righteous, and holy. For it was the darkness that filled his spirit and strength, his dignity, and his visions. It was the Ouija board that he played with that confirmed his thoughts; it was where the darkness spoke to him to confirm his thoughts. This was the place where the darkness spoke in a language that only he could understand, it was also the time when he really did not care who else could comprehend. Anger ignited in him, his parents tried to save him, and therapy did not work for him only the dark command. It was the darkness whose directives this child would withstand.
On the eve of Halloween, he said that darkness rejoices. He could see their laughter as he watched with glee. He questioned the reason for the joyfulness and was told, they all celebrate us even those who do not believe that we this bold. This child believed in the darkness and that the darkness was his friend. The darkness became fascinating to this child; a friend, and this child called them, “Dark Angels.” The darkness was angelic to this child often showing its power to him. A power that this child was void of, but one that made this child feel forceful. At his command, the darkness showed itself to him. When the child verbalized with the darkness, the darkness spoke back to him. When the child asked for proof of strength, the darkness showed him by moving objects or appearing on command.
The darkness followed the child to school and made him feel protected and comforted when upset or afraid. The child and the darkness became one, and the parent was slowly losing the child to a force that she was unable to see with her own eyes. A darkness that was so skilled at manipulation tactics that it caused the mother to lose control of the child. A thought process so engrained in the child’s head that even diagnosed mental health challenges seemed normal to this child. When told to stop therapy by the darkness, the child manipulated the parent into doing so without regard for what she perceived was best for her child. She complied with what this child wanted, needed, and fought to accomplish as a result of the darkness’s persuasion.
A fog of grey followed this child who became dark, but he was happy about it according to the parent. As the child entered deeper into what I call, “The World of the Dark,” his behavior, mental health, school grades, and focus declined. He was told to perform physically aggressive acts toward other children, and he complied. He felt empowered by the darkness who in return celebrated his negative behaviors. For it was the darkness who told him, “Good job” and that this is what his parent would want him to do. It was the darkness that provided structure toward his poor choices, and positive reinforcement when demands were catered to despite the harm, they caused toward himself or others. It was the darkness that deposited the thoughts of self-harm, hatred toward God, and the power that he could conquer the world.
When the darkness said that school did not matter, the child believed it. As the darkness drew closer to this child, the child withdrew from life. “Come to us,” the darkness mentioned, and the child attempted to end his life. He wanted to join the dark army that protected him. There was no reason to live if no one could see the darkness but him and that he must align with them, was his suicidal attempt justification. He was violent toward those who wanted to help him and mean to those who did not believe in the darkness. His thought processes were a nightmare for his mother who became stricken with grief and helplessness. You see, this was a battle that she felt she was unable to win. There were ghostly figures deep within her son who took over his soul, and the more she fought the harder he resisted. Initially, the mother thought it was a cool skill to have the ability to see ghosts. And as I always mention, it is a gift that needs to be structured because darkness causes destruction. It was the darkness that invaded her son’s life to the point mastery with trickery. He was possessed and the mother knew it. He was lost, and she could feel it.
"What happened to my child," she would ask. The child would reply in a monotone manner, it was ok and that he was with his friends. She felt as if she could not remove the darkness from her child, and she stopped trying. She turned her tears into power, to share with other mothers of children who can see ghosts, about her despair. She warned them to monitor their child's visions and to ask what they see and if it is darkness, to just let it be. She shared that her excitement over the ability to ghosts gave way to an untold story of darkness who lurked in the shadows and waited for the next victim - her son. Her child saw darkness from the time he was a toddler, and she supported it without knowing its ability for its terror. You could see in her eyes that it was a mistake, and that she had about as much as she could take of the darkness. Her son would not stop interacting with the darkness despite her interventions.
Trick Or Treat
Tonight, you will see some form of the darkness. Keep in mind the above story, it is one that I always recall on Halloween. It is based upon one mother’s experience not only with her child who can see ghosts but how the darkness celebrates, “All Hallow’s Eve” night. For on this night, legend says, ghosts of the dead return to earth to wreak havoc on crops and to possess the living. Wear your costumes to ward off the ghosts tonight. Party, celebrate, and gather lots of candy but promise me this, there will be no witchcraft.
Do you believe that this child was possessed? You probably do but, in your mind, you question is this true? It certainly is and not made it. It is the reason that I do not give up on providing Nebulous Children with light instead of dark. In the end, it is the darkness that will eat you up. No black magic or bewitching games. No worshiping the darkness or lighting flames. Remove all doubt and questions in your mind, those who do not are the ones who become blind… to the darkness.
Most of all remember what I say, “The darkness if NOT your friend.”