This is a blog for supernatural and human nature. It is not a place for anyone to learn magic. Please don't contact me to ask for help for you are responsible for your life. Materials on secure blogs are meant for designated readers only. All materials are for entertainment purposes only.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Gambling Attracts Ghosts
If you ask, what attracts ghosts most? I can tell you with
100% confident that it is gambling. It is also certainly true that where people
gamble, tobacco, liquor and sex entails. While it is also true that the
graveyards and hospitals have many spooks, but both of the places are where
people meet their ends. These ghosts only linger there for a while before
The place where ghosts like to congregate is a casino. I am
not sure why these ghostly brothers and sisters like to gamble? Perhaps many of
them were once upon a time gamblers too; or the tensions and excitements during
gambling generate large quantity of heat. Obviously, ghosts feed on energy and
hence they like to be at places where food is plentiful.
If you don’t believe me, do the below experiment please：
First, choose a known haunted location.
You need to invite at least 4 friends to start a gambling
session. Please don't use money but use joss papers instead. Before you start to
gamble, light 4 white candles at 4 corners of a table.
Pause occasionally to look at the shape and form of the
candle flames. If any of the candle flames veered towards the centre of the
table accompanied by any of the participants felt his/her spine is chilled and
numb; then that would be the indications that spirits are presence. If the feeling
is not severe, there are only a handful spirits; however if anyone felt
severely cold accompanied with migraine; then there are many spirits around. Now,
quickly stop gambling and burn all of the joss papers as offerings to the
spirits. Otherwise, one of the participants will faint or possessed by spirits.
Anyway, I still advise everyone only gamble for fun but
never over do it. It is of course, best not to gamble at all.