When even the Washington Post is commenting on the white elephant in the room with an article entitled Demonic activity was palpable’ at Trump’s rally, pastor says, you know that people are ready to actually hear what’s going on inside our most-unusual President.
I’m not a psychotherapist, nor do I know President Trump personally. Yet due to my skill set, I have the opportunity to view the energetic blueprint within people, as well as situations, and I’ve found this viewpoint to yield vast amounts of enlightening information. I’ve volunteered this skill set to law enforcement when they have sought to close cold cases, requesting of me additional information on perpetrator motive or background information on the case.
Since so many tend to find our President to be a mystery, this unknown appears to be causing undue fear. Sometimes, a little inside scoop goes a long way. Information on any given circumstance then dispels this fear of the unknown. And in that spirit, I provide the following information from my spiritual and psychic perspective.
I don’t know about “the devil”, yet I have encountered Darkness in my work as both a Psychic / Medium and a Reverend, paranormally and spiritually.
One of my greatest concerns about our current President was his ease and excitement with igniting rage in people in order to convey his message. Obviously, not all people felt rage when being excited by his messages, yet many aligned with this need to vent seething hatred.
Rage is fuel for all sorts of dark beings. It’s the fire-hose, jet-propelling the energy they consider “food”. I watched numerous Trump rallies where he stood atop the foray of rage below, cool as a cucumber, smiling, absorbing the unfettered rage energy the crowd gave off like a sunbather taking in the warm Bahama rays.
That — and that solely — chilled my bones to the core about the man who was running for President.
At the end of the day, I’m a Montanan — which means I could care less whether you’re a Democrat or Republican. You just need to be a dang decent human being. I will always vote for the rights of the many and underprivileged, which tends to put my vote in the (D) section yet I don’t blindly vote “party line”. If the (D) was a politics-towing robot phoning-in the basics because they wanted a job with great health insurance, and the (R) was genuinely excited to bring positive evolution in government, had a warmth toward all people, supported green energy and infrastructure development, was into education, into human rights for all, and balancing the budget without cutting people’s ability to have assistance — they’d have my vote no matter what letter was in front of their name.
People’s motives and intentions matter to me. And because of the way I’m wired, people’s motives light up in my viewfinder like a 24 Hour Vegas sign flashing over a free all-you-can-eat buffet.
You can’t miss them.
What concerned me about this President was not the (R) in front of his name. That’s a technicality. What concerned me was why he was running in the first place, and what he got out of running —
— because it was never about service to the country, but what the energy of the campaign trail could bring to him. Not the energy of the office, but the energy of the campaign trail.
He didn’t want to be President. He wanted a platform to eat people’s energies, to feel the rush of thousands through his skin as he energetically swam through the crowd with his gaping jaw dropped like a big dark whale, scooping up millions of tons of people’s anger-angled worship.
That gluttony stopped me in my tracks.
I could go on for days about what causes this insatiable and unquenchable energetic hunger in a person: Disrupted emotionality in childhood, ignoring intense empathic gifts, emotional, spiritual and /or sexual abuse. The circumstantial breeding ground for this behavior is huge.
Narcissists have a big, permanent “crack” in their heart chakra that they can never seem to locate in order to patch up. Yet the leak nags at them constantly. Through that crack leaks their energy 24/7, a slow trickle continually leaving their inner energetic reserves low. Because they are disassociated from the fact that they, themselves, can fill this reservoir (generally they’ve been disempowered at a young age), they seek to siphon off energy from outside sources, typically other people, in order to “fill their cup”. This creates an obsession with drumming up and receiving “attention” from others, and a sheer instinctual panic if they are not the center of all energies.
Narcissists have much in common with drug addicts who go into withdrawals when they aren’t close to a dose. For a narcissist, other people’s energy is “food” for their battery pack.
Some refer to people who exhibit these narcissistic behaviors as “psychic vampires”. Yet I really think that romanticizes a much more tragic and straight-forward issue: Emotional and spiritual neglect.
Rage is the next-biggest huffing-rush of energy for a narcissist who has not experienced true parental love or self-love. Rage is what fills the cup. It’s the drama often mistaken for “love” because nearly all of the attention the narcissist had ever been shown from parents had been, in one form or another, negative or conditional.
And attention from parents must be love…right?
In fairness, most people seek to absorb some sort of energy from how they apply themselves in the world. That’s how we, as humans, are built — to Bluetooth with one another. That syncing lets us know we’re connected. Yet narcissists don’t Bluetooth fully because they give nothing back. They just forcefully hijack a signal and siphon, siphon, siphon — an energetic parasite at its most needy.
On the campaign trail, and even now, Donald Trump didn’t seek to absorb the energy of unity in order to give back a bridge. He didn’t seek to absorb the hope of the masses in order to give back opportunity.
He didn’t seek to give back anything.
He sought to gain, to poke the fire with a stick in just the right place so that the log would roll over and burst into flames — because he craved warmth.
The guy already had ultimate power and money. He wasn’t chasing what he already had. He was chasing what he didn’t have — thousands upon thousands of people, feeding that big, non-fillable black hole created by an ever-leaking heart chakra.
In short, Donald Trump never wanted to be President. He just wanted to eat. He wanted to absorb that energy from every rally, this seething, unfettered, dark rage energy which is mistranslated as “love”. This was why he threw another “rally” in Florida even though he’s been elected.
President Trump is starving already, having developed such a big apatite in the campaign trail.
People love to hate President Trump, yet I just can’t bring myself to do it because I can see his deep struggle beneath the strange comb-over and awkward orange spray tan.
This is a man who suffers so grievously in his own skin that he can’t sleep. He must create his own reality to protect an inner child who is terrified of the world outside of his imaginary design; it is within this imagination that he has retreated from deep emotional neglect. His compulsion to receive attention, or energy, drives his every move, an addiction far beyond his ability to ever co-author healing within himself.
There is never any rest for an individual who experiences this type of “leak”. And though I don’t subscribe to the belief that his inner issues then justify actions that inspire fear and divisiveness, I also can’t get on board with tossing a weight belt on a drowning man. That’s just raw.
Trump lives in a never-ending hell on earth, authored within his own internal chaos. Which is why he attracts Darkness.
It aches my heart for those who truly believe in this poor man’s ability to usher in change. His supporters see only charisma and success, and that’s fair. We all experience the world through a different lens, on a different wave length. Yet from a spiritual physics perspective, President Trump’s supporters have no idea that to him, they’re the fat cows in the pasture that will taste great on the energetic BBQ.
Watching this then-Presidential candidate filling a big, black hole within himself by inspiring rage in others made me sick with dread. Because as someone who works in the spiritual field, we recognize this blind need to inspire rage as chum in the spiritual waters, calling in chaotic great white sharks from the dark depths below.
What people don’t understand about Darkness, or demonic activity as some call it, is that Darkness can’t occupy space within our life, or ourselves, unless we allow it. Unfortunately, much of our Christian culture has taught millions of people something quite different — that the devil is the real power, seeking to destroy us every day, and human beings must cling to the life raft of God in a giant swirling dominating ocean of evil that it is waiting to swallow them at any moment.
Though that’s a fabulous plot for a Ridley Scott film, one that I would probably enjoy as I nervously munched my popcorn watching the beleaguered protagonist wage a war against Darkness, single-handedly winning with only their wit (and a spare emergency rubber band )—this “all-powerful devil” plot line is an untruth in day-to-day reality.
Love is the most powerful energy across many dimensions. Darkness isn’t an energy. It’s a modality that follows an energy.
Through mis-interpretations of the Bible, much of Christian religion has developed a personified fan-fiction personae in Satan, who is out to purposefully make miserable the lives of God’s children like some whacked-out jilted ex stalking the family after they were dumped.
The truth is — that’s not true.
If you are a person who believes in an almighty God, a maker of heaven and earth — then it stands to reason that God made everything. Including Darkness. If you observe nature, you’ll observe that nature wastes nothing. Everything in nature eats something. It’s an enormous recycling system that is very efficient. If God made everything, and God made nature, then it stands to reason that God is a big believer in recycling, and wastes nothing.
For instance, pain turns into lessons. Demoralization turns into motivation. Hopelessness turns into purpose. Everything has a dual use.
This is also true in the practical, physical realm. Catfish eat unidentifiable mung at the bottom of muddy rivers. Tilapia have a particular taste for bass poo. All living organisms give off waste. And for every waste, there is an organism to eat it, absorb it, and turn it into useful energy.
Human beings give off a tremendous amount of physical waste that is used for nothing — simply rotting in landfills and polluting the ocean. We are the only species on this planet that are in denial that it is imperative to our survival to work in harmony with nature, not against her.
And it doesn’t stop there. Because we love to take our half right out of the middle, humans also give off a tremendous amount spiritual waste due to our insistance that we are separate from boundless sources of manifesting energy. In other words, we have a lot of constant fear that isn’t used as fuel, but simply burned off as a toxic energetic bi-product into the ethers, like carbon emissions.
Exposure to constant fear energy is toxic to humans because it inspires the body to overwork the adrenal system contributing to sleeplessness, thus weakening the immune system and limiting the proper manufacturing of healthy brain chemistry.
Fear, or chaos, if not removed from the ethers, then causes contamination problems like any other toxin. Since nature seeks to balance itself on all ways, enter Darkness.
Like a Catfish, Darkness is designed to eat the mung, or the dissonance, out of the ethers. Just as a shark swims through waters to clear the oceans of dead matter, Darkness swims through the ethers and cleans out the chaotic pollution that humans energetically emit into the ethers on a regular basis.
No energy can be destroyed. It must be transferred. The job of Darkness is to swallow and absorb chaos so that it may be transferred into a different dimension and recycled into something useful there.
The imbalance here is caused by humans, not Darkness. In our over-consumption, our self-absorption, our me-me-me mentality, humans just can’t stop bleeding fear into the ethers. Darkness, or demonic activity, tends to hang out where the energetic bleed is, just like sharks who continue to remain in an area where a fish is bleeding out into the water. Considering most living beings hang out close to their favorite food source — you can do the math.
Darkness isn’t going after people. It’s after our bi-product.
Donald Trump isn’t going after human rights. He’s after the squeeze of rage in the ethers, directed at him. He’s not going after immigrants. He’s after the squeeze of anger that expels into the world, directed at him.
He eats, he eats – he starves and he eats.
I’m not saying that Donald Trump is evil, or in any way that he is the embodiment of “the devil”. I’m pointing out that the same system through which he feeds that slow leak in his heart chakra is also the same system that then causes spiritual “blood” to flow into the ethers as he pokes his crowds until rage flies — and the dark sharks come to eat the rage.
It’s a spiritual food chain issue.
Unfortunately for those crowds, Darkness tends to tag along with anyone who will feed it, like a mangy stray cat. So I have a tremendous amount of empathy for folks raging at those rallies, then leaving to potentially take home with them a dark passenger who expects to be fed the next day.
Donald Trump isn’t “evil”. He is desperate. His supporters who rage angrily aren’t “evil”. They’re afraid. Desperation and fear feed Darkness, whether they come from a Trump supporter or a Bernie supporter.
Humans are the only species I’ve encountered that labors beneath the hypocritical facade of moral high ground.
Until we can accept that every single one of us is a mirror for one another, perhaps showing us a rather unflattering view of our backside that we can’t see unless we turn just right — then we will continue to fall into the mind-numbing trap of us-against-them.
President Trump has no idea that his heart leaks energy that could be used for so many more productive ventures. His is a taxing situation for the physical body, like a cancer that goes undiagnosed. Even if President Trump were to read this article, it likely wouldn’t resonate with him as the inner child creating his reality has been trained for survival to fill the crack, feed the leak, as a biological imperative.
Put plainly —
Hating feeds this energy beast. Anger feeds this beast. Rage feeds this beast. Fighting feeds this beast. Contention, chaos, disruption, panic, fear, desperation — feeds this beast and makes it stronger.
If you seek to move away the feeding trough for Darkness in your world, lead out with compassion for the difficulties that those you disagree with may be facing. Lead out with temperance (a level head) so that you may respond, not react. Stand up for what you wish to hold sacred, in a way that does not compromise your dignity, or the dignity of someone you disagree with.
Fighting fire with fire feeds the blaze. Entering in a different element — water, earth — suffocates the fire. Bring forward a differing element to situations that are burning out of control.
Be aware of your own emotional triggers. If any one politician or cause instantly blinds you with rage, it’s not them you are angry with, but a wound deep within yourself that is begging to be acknowledged.
Have compassion with yourself and engage in the process of healing your wounds, always. It doesn’t happen overnight. Yet what an unlikely internal tour guide these politicians and world events can be, in discovering our own inner wounds we’ve been carrying — perhaps for far too long.
And maybe that’s why they inflame us; to purposefully help us relieve ourselves from invisible thorns within. Maybe secretly, deep within the spiritual system – they’ve been on our side, all along, rooting for our healing. So perhaps it’s time we root for their healing, right back.
Our own emotional accountability and inner healing then makes interacting with contentious situations far less painful and much more productive, as we are not fearing the outside world as the bringer of our pain, yet acknowledging the lesson we are co-creating by holding our own pain within.
This removes the “victim” energy that seeks only to feed itself in an attempt to heal a wound.
We are in a quickened ascension process right now, which, in plain terms means we’re having to deal with a whole bunch of garbage at once, emotionally, sociologically, spiritually, and psychologically. Standard western society has taught us to compartmentalize every aspect of ourselves and our lives. Yet we are now face-to-face with the reality that mind, body, and spirit are indivisible.
Why must this lesson be driven so intensely? Because nature wastes nothing and prepares for everything, and the climate will be experiencing further changes coming up quickly where everyone’s participation is mandatory for survival.
It is in our best interest as a species to give away the idea of one ideology, one savior, one President, fixing everything. Together we are the body of positive change, the collective mind of evolution. There is no us-vs-them.
We ARE them.
View the larger whole of President Trump for who and what he is. And view yourself for who and what you are. We are all part of the solution to avarice and world destruction.
Thanks to lessons President Trump is bringing us, publicly submitting himself for perhaps the greatest example of spiritual, emotional and social disconnection we’ve seen in decades — we grow faster, in observance. There is great gratitude to be had for his service in this regard.
Be okay to learn, and don’t always take the lessons personally that are intended for the world. That gets rough. Invoke the Law of Love — lead your own life with grace, respect, and of course, love, the greatest element on the spiritual periodic table.
All of that, met with a little good ol’ fashioned elbow grease, integrity, humility and hard work —
— and the rest falls into place, healing the world.
Because nothing is wasted.