Under the Drunk Tree, The Evil Demon Body Eating Spirit Sits with You: There Are Spiritual Consequences
Welcome to this weeks Blond Intelligence with me, Ms. Roni, where I always seek to give you exquisite cranial repertoire. This week we are going to touch on the spiritual consequences of when we allow the wine and spirits to take over. Young people in the music industry need to understand what they allow when they get f^cked up.
The word alcohol is derived from the Arabic word “Al Kuhl” and English word ghoul, which translates to evil demon body eating spirit. Alcohol is liquid which represents free flowing of spirits (Sharma, 2018). When someone goes dark after getting drunk, the body allows itself to be possessed by other entities. It allows acts of violence, risky sexual encounters, rape, going on a rampage, drinking and driving and more……wine and spirits.
According to Smith (2019) if a person self observes the differences in before and after drinking, they have noticed uncommon behavior, changes in voice, sexual sexscapes, etc… Now imagine how an alcoholic live life on the dark side and allow the spirits to possess the body more often. There are five subtypes of alcoholics. The subtypes are the Young Adult, Functional, Intermediate Familial, Young Anti-Social, and the Chronic Severe (Smith, 2019).
I am going to touch on two subtypes. The Young Adult Alcoholic makes up 31.5% of alcoholics. They start drinking around 19 and are dependent around age 24. They are more likely to binge drink. Things like pouring alcohol down another’s throat to get faded fast. I mention this group because this is the age that young fresh talent enters the music and entertainment business. The next subtype is the Chronic Severe Alcoholic. This group normally has a close family member/members that are alcoholics. They begin drinking around age 15 and dependency by age 29. This group is more likely to experience major depression and other anxiety orders. The Chronic Severe Alcoholic has the highest rate of divorce and separation, but also the highest rate of seeking inpatient treatment.
Imagine depression, drinking, and sex…do you think love is being made….or the spirits taking over??? We all know the physical consequences to alcoholism but we must be aware of the spiritual consequences. Think about when you sit under the drunk tree that the evil body eating spirit sits with you….
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Sharma, P. (2018). The Spiritual Consequences of Alcohol Consumption. Retrieved from Madhav University: https://madhavuniversity.edu.in/spiritual-consequences-of-alcohal-consumption.html
Smith, C. (2019, March 20). The 5 Types of Alcoholics. Retrieved from Addiction Center: https://www.addictioncenter.com/alcohol/types-of-alcoholics/