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Spirits and Apparitions - Antagonists and Decay
These types of immaterial entities are depicted traditionally as the spirits of the deceased including human and animal spirits. Several forms of spirits can include the spirits of those whose physical body has died, yet their essence or consciousness has not crossed-over, or those who have died and have crossed-over.
The antagonist that appears to wears down a spirit that has not crossed-over the most, a spirit comprised of unstable energy, is radiation, and everything emits radiation, even you. The exposure of radiation, magnitude, and time exposed, determines the level of deterioration or decay of the spirit.
While small amounts of radiation appear to result in little to no effect in regards to stronger spirits, it does however appear to result in severe effects for spirits less stable and subject to higher levels of degrading. Some forms of radiation that can affect weaker spirit include:
Spirits at risk of advanced decay tend to stay in cool (to avoid heat radiation), dark (to avoid light radiation) and humid (to avoid static electricity and other potential electrical antagonists) spaces.
This results in basements and under-maintenance or abandoned buildings to be the ideal place for a decaying spirit retreat. Because advanced decaying spirits are constantly looking for a safe space, and usually never leave the safe space once found, a large number of spirits can accumulate in a given space.
This can result in occasional paranormal disturbances or events limited to the combined remaining strength of the commune of spirits. As spirits decay they become less active and therefore less of an annoyance or threat.
Spirits in a highly advanced state of decay are harmless, but can inadvertently cause physical effects, such as chills, or emotional effects, such a mood swings, when in the direct vicinity of this type of spirit, especially walking through them.
(Adapted from the book “Clairvoaynce: A Quantum Approach -Psychical Influence of Information & Anomalous Communication with Immaterial Entities” by Theresa M. Kelly, MsD.)