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Grimoires and their dangers

 

Grimoires are occult magic books. They contain recipes which cure various diseases, methods for communicating with demons and angels and spells to achieve various goals. They were very popular from the middle ages up to the nineteenth century. Many of my clients used them in a past life and by doing so they made a deal with a nephilim and got reincarnated after their death as red, in this case also called observers. These people observe other humans and their nephilim use the information to maintain their hegemony on earth. In total there are 47 952 observers, 666 for each kingdom of the 72 nephilim. More information about the nephilim and the different races can be read in my article http://www.spiritualinsight.gr/en/koalanis-metaphysical-column/132-the-nephilim .
Here is a sample of my clients´ past lives to illustrate the issue (the name is the current one, but not always the real one) and the ironic timing or way the entity often chooses to kill these people:
Panayotis, 45
London, 1344. Panayotis was the son of a family with status and he studied physics, mathematics and philosophy at the university. He worked as a physics teacher and experimented with alchemy. He found an occult book with a gold making spell. He did it and managed to make gold. He got married and his wife helped him with his experiments. No one knew about his occult activity. He had one son who survived, but his other children died as infants or his wife miscarried. His son helped him in the preparation of gold. However one day the plague came to the city and all three of them got ill and died. They were incarnated as reds with the nephilim as a guide.
Zoran, 46
Germany, 16th century. Zoran studied history at the university and along with a fellow student he came in contact with shadow books and grimoires. He began to study them. He cast a spell to have power, riches and success and thus an agreement was made with a kahreh nephilim. He became a history professor at the university. His students were fascinated, because he told them stories that the nephilim sent to his mind and which weren´t to be found in books. He got married and secretly made gold. He became very rich but the nephilim made him die prematurely and reincarnated him as red (a freemason parallel of my client) up to this day.
Aurora, 26
Aurora had a life as a witch in Spain, at the end of the fifteenth century. She used grimoires and thereby a deal with a malcheh nephilim was struck. She got everything she wanted through spell casting, but she also worked as a witch. She died of a disease because of the curse of another witch who envied her. She is now incarnated in France as a man and a freemason.
Jerome, 14
Colombia, 1842. Jerome was a mischievous and restless child. He was eager to discover things that others didn´t know. One day he saw the village santero kill a hen and was curious to know what forces  fulfilled what his customers were asking for. He did several jobs to save money and go to college. He succeeded and studied history and civilization. But his real interest was secret knowledge. He found some occult books and studied them. He was more interested in high magic, and wanted to learn how everything worked out before putting it into practice. He cast several spells for success and power. He worked as a private teacher, but also spread his other knowledge and that way he got his first clients. They trusted him for his knowledge and seriousness. He cast spells for them and gave them amulets and talismans. He got married, had children and a good life. The witchcraft he did was with the help of a lahmeh nephilim from the grimoire he used.
Olympia, 23
Germany, 1560. Olympia´s family was poor and had barely anything to eat. Her mother prayed, but things did not change much. Olympia, when growing up, learned from a friend about the other gods and their help. The friend knew that in second-hand stores occult books could be found and they went out to look for them. The salesman told them he had one, but it had cost him a lot of money and they had to pay him to be allowed to read it. The two girls collected money and gave him a sum. They sat in the hidden back room of the shop and read. They found some spells to get riches, love and success. They chose the easiest one, copied it and did it. Olympia soon met a wealthy father and his son in that same shop. The two youngsters got to know each other better, they were compatible and got married. Olympia moved to the city, to a nice house with all amenities. They had children and a good life. Her mother didn´t know anything, she thought her prayers had been heard. One day that Olympia was already more than 50 years old, she wanted to do something to look younger. She climbed up a ladder to take the grimoire that was hidden in the library. But when she was about to step down she lost her balance, fell, hit her head and died instantly. The bahomeh nephilim killed her and made her reincarnate as red.
Savas, 32
Italy, Genoa, 1811. Savas was an active, dreamy and ambitious boy of the upper class. He wanted to succeed in all fields, do a great work, have his own wealth, travel, have everybody´s admiration, be popular among women. He found a hidden book  in the bookstore, a grimoire, where there was an incantation to achieve that. He did it and attracted a kahreh nephilim who gave it to him. He studied engineering, history, arts, etc., in college and did business all over the country and abroad. He traveled a lot, had many lovers, designed and supervised many buildings that were entrusted to him, theaters, churches, libraries, etc. He got married and had children, but he went on having lovers on his trips. One day as he was celebrating with his friends drinking wine, he had a heart attack and died. The kahreh had taken him in his early fifties.
Edel, 62
England, Bristol, 1380. Edel was a boy from the palace. He and the other boys of the royal family studied in the library with their teacher and went out to play to the big garden. There was a locked closet in the library that intrigued the children. They knew there were forbidden books in there. Since adults wouldn´t let them see them they looked around and found the key. They stole it, opened the closet and got a book. They hid it and when they went out to play in the garden they read it. They cast a spell to see if it worked. Edel´s oldest brother asked for wealth and freedom, another boy for knowledge and Edel asked to be respected and obeyed by everyone. The spells worked and they got what they had asked for. The oldest brother became king and enjoyed his riches and his right to do what he wanted, but since Edel had asked to be respected by everyone, the 3 nephilim agreed to kill the oldest brother so that Edel could become king and get the adequate respect. He enjoyed the ride, but he eventually died of syphilis, and then no one felt respect for him. After death, his brother's nephilim told him that Edel had asked to be king and he asked for revenge. They met in another life where he could take revenge. Edel's balah nephilim made him incarnate in our time again in England, where he joined the Illuminati.
Edgaras, 26
England, 1856. Edgaras was an ambitious and adventurous boy. He and his friends wanted to find hidden truths and they went to a second-hand shop. They bought a grimoire and studied it. They found the best spell and asked for success in all fields. Edgaras studied law, philosophy and history at the university and became a university professor. Later he became a diplomat. He got married, had children and a good family life. Later on in his career he was named ambassador. He and his family set out towards Germany in order to work there for a few years. But during the trip he had a heart attack and died. With the spell he made a deal with a saherneh nephilim who took him at the age of around 50.
Alejandro, 25
Italy, 1616. As a child Alejandro was very competitive with the other boys, in school and in gymnastics. He participated in many races and climbed the rope. He wanted to be the best at everything, and he usually was. Growing up, he followed his father´s footsteps, who was an engineer. Also at the university  he wanted to be the best. He heard about old books of magic, which guaranteed success in everything. He found one in an antique shop, studied it and cast a spell to be the best and have the best of everything. He had a good life, with a beautiful woman, obedient and exemplary children, success at work. One day, as he was going to the inauguration of one of his buildings, he died in the street, seconds before he arrived. The nephilim of the spell took him in his early fifties.
Anna, 43
Italy, Bologna, 1617. Anna was an ambitious boy from the upper middle class. When he grew up he studied law at the university. He and his friends had progressive ideas and searched occult books in the hopes of discovering the secrets that the church had hidden so that it could easily rule over common people. They studied them and cast the spell they thought most appropriate. Anna asked for professional and personal success. He became a respected and capable lawyer, got married, had children and everything was going well for him. He had many guilty clients whom he helped escape the law. After the victory of such a case, upon leaving the court and while he was being congratulated, he had a heart attack and dropped dead. His losdveh nephilim took him at age 59.
Gabriela, 62
Italy, Florence, 1616. Gabriela was the son of a very strict priest who was attached to the scriptures and the word of the church. He was also strict on a personal level and in his relationship with his son. The son felt oppressed and longed to be free and do things he liked. His father forbade everything. A friend of his had similar thoughts and they began to exchange ideas. They said that God could not impose anything, much less such oppression and harshness. If God was love he should let humans to be free and happy. Thus the god of the church, the Inquisition and all that could not be good things. They had to seek the truth, which had to be hidden in the forbidden books. They would find, read and apply that truth secretly and avoid being discovered and sent to the stake as sorcerers. They would keep the secret between them and pretend before everyone else, so that no one would ever suspect anything. And so it was. When they grew up a little they went to an antiquarian, they paid to read those books in the secret room that was there, copied what they needed and left. Gabriela made an incantation to have love, freedom, success. He studied science and became an engineer. He got married, had children and a good life. He designed many buildings and had success and money. His family life was also good. One day, sitting at his desk, he looked at the renovation plan for the cathedral which he had been hired for. He dreamed of rising up to the top pedestal, near the ceiling. There he was, closer to God, thanks to his honest work, his character and his values as a person. At that very moment the balah Nephilim who came with the spell killed him with a heart attack. And the man fell down to his death. Now he is incarnated again in another country, works as an architect and is a member of the Illuminati.
After a short investigation in the internet, Gabriela found that the architect she had been was Giovanni Battista.
Román, 26
Germany, 1846. As a child Roman had to go to a very strict boarding school. He felt oppressed and dreamed of being older and free. He had a friend who felt the same and they both had dreams about the future. They wanted to have a quiet life with a good family, professional and personal success. They enjoyed studying, but they knew that the educational system was not adequate. They wanted to find out secrets and discover the occult, because they thought that there lied the key to success, that’s why it was kept secret. When they graduated they decided to find a bookstore that had both new and old books. They wanted to find and sell books about occult sciences, but without taking risks, so the official bookstore would be a good facade. They found some occult books, grimoires, which they studied. They decided to cast a spell to see if it worked. It was for success in all fields and to acquire knowledge. It worked. They got married and had children. Román spent hours reading several metaphysical books and learned many things. He even started study circles where people would exchange information and ideas. He invited people to the bookstore and the gatherings were exciting and interesting. One afternoon, after such an event, as he was stepping out and closing the bookstore, he had a heart attack and died. The kahsnah nephilim of the spell killed him and took his soul to Agartha to be reincarnated as red.
Osvaldo, 48
England, 1581. Osvaldo was a somewhat mischievous child of an upper class family. Some friends found a grimoire in the family library and Osvaldo and his friends gathered to study it. They chose what seemed to them the best and simplest spell, the one that promised success, love and money and did it. Osvaldo grew up, studied and became an architect. He later married and had children. He was successful in his profession and family life. One day, admiring his latest work on paper, he felt proud, thinking that this was his masterpiece. Then the balah nephilim who helped him achieve that success gave him a heart attack and he died.
Vasilikí, 65
Italy, Milan, 1646. He was an ambitious boy of the nobility who loved the good life and comforts. He lived outside the city in a large house with a garden and had everything: a family, good teachers, libraries, a cook, friends, toys, etc. One day he went out on an excursion with a few cousins. One of them said he had access to some occult books from his grandparents’ library. He promised he’d take them along the next time they met. All the boys were intrigued and waited for that day. The day arrived, the boys went for a walk in the countryside and sat down to read the grimoire. They thought that adults kept those books hidden because their recipes and spells gave power and success and they wanted that  just for themselves. They all cast a spell for personal and professional success, health, money, everything. Vasilikí studied and became a sculptor and painter. He was hired to design many official buildings and by private clients for mansions and other buildings. He got married and had children, but also many mistresses. He had a good life until the balah nephilim of the spell killed him in his 60s, with a heart attack that occurred while he was painting in his workshop, falling with his face on to the paints.
Miran, 49
-England, 838 AD. Miran was the son of an alchemist who made gold. He watched his father work and learned how to use the grimoires. Since he already had money, he cast a spell for love and success in general. He was a womanizer. He got himself a girlfriend, Anna, but went on seeing others. Anna found out about his affairs. One day she was at home while he was on business, she found a grimoire and cast a spell in order to keep him just for herself. He soon found out and he made a counter spell to shake off the influence of her spell. The nephilim who had helped Anna bind him decided to kill her, make her red and make her meet him in another life. She died of an illness. Miran found another woman, Lucretia. But Anna’s spirit meddled in their relationship, making him lose his sex drive when he wanted to have sex with his new girl friend. Lucretia thought someone had done witchcraft to him and she also cast a spell to remove that witchcraft and make him desire only her. So she also attracted a nephilim. There was a constant war between the deceased Anna and her bahomeh and Lucretia and hers. At the end she died too. Miran also had a deal with a bahomeh through his own success spell who finished by killing him.
In future articles I will talk about even more serious consequences of spells found in grimoires. High magic also involves entities like Lilith and Samael (the devil). My advice is to stay away from them and not even consult them out of curiosity, unless you can resist temptations. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance there were also light witches and healers who used the grimoires exclusively for their healing recipes and angel communication charts in order to perform exorcisms and healings. That was the trap in those books, having good things amongst bad ones, so people would be misled into believing all of it was good.

Grimoires are occult magic books. They contain recipes which cure various diseases, methods for communicating with demons and angels and spells to achieve various goals. They were very popular from the middle ages up to the nineteenth century. Many of my clients used them in a past life and by doing so they made a deal with a nephilim and got reincarnated after their death as red, in this case also called observers. These people observe other humans and their nephilim use the information to maintain their hegemony on earth. In total there are 47 952 observers, 666 for each kingdom of the 72 nephilim. More information about the nephilim and the different races can be read in my article http://www.spiritualinsight.gr/en/koalanis-metaphysical-column/132-the-nephilim

Here is a sample of my clients´ past lives to illustrate the issue (the name is the current one, but not always the real one) and the ironic timing or way the entity often chooses to kill these people:

Panayotis, 45

London, 1344. Panayotis was the son of a family with status and he studied physics, mathematics and philosophy at the university. He worked as a physics teacher and experimented with alchemy. He found an occult book with a gold making spell. He did it and managed to make gold. He got married and his wife helped him with his experiments. No one knew about his occult activity. He had one son who survived, but his other children died as infants or his wife miscarried. His son helped him in the preparation of gold. However one day the plague came to the city and all three of them got ill and died. They were incarnated as reds with the nephilim as a guide.


Zoran, 46

Germany, 16th century. Zoran studied history at the university and along with a fellow student he came in contact with shadow books and grimoires. He began to study them. He cast a spell to have power, riches and success and thus an agreement was made with a kahreh nephilim. He became a history professor at the university. His students were fascinated, because he told them stories that the nephilim sent to his mind and which weren´t to be found in books. He got married and secretly made gold. He became very rich but the nephilim made him die prematurely and reincarnated him as red (a freemason parallel of my client) up to this day.


Aurora, 26

Aurora had a life as a witch in Spain, at the end of the fifteenth century. She used grimoires and thereby a deal with a malcheh nephilim was struck. She got everything she wanted through spell casting, but she also worked as a witch. She died of a disease because of the curse of another witch who envied her. She is now incarnated in France as a man and a freemason.


Jerome, 14

Colombia, 1842. Jerome was a mischievous and restless child. He was eager to discover things that others didn´t know. One day he saw the village santero kill a hen and was curious to know what forces  fulfilled what his customers were asking for. He did several jobs to save money and go to college. He succeeded and studied history and civilization. But his real interest was secret knowledge. He found some occult books and studied them. He was more interested in high magic, and wanted to learn how everything worked out before putting it into practice. He cast several spells for success and power. He worked as a private teacher, but also spread his other knowledge and that way he got his first clients. They trusted him for his knowledge and seriousness. He cast spells for them and gave them amulets and talismans. He got married, had children and a good life. The witchcraft he did was with the help of a lahmeh nephilim from the grimoire he used.


Olympia, 23

Germany, 1560. Olympia´s family was poor and had barely anything to eat. Her mother prayed, but things did not change much. Olympia, when growing up, learned from a friend about the other gods and their help. The friend knew that in second-hand stores occult books could be found and they went out to look for them. The salesman told them he had one, but it had cost him a lot of money and they had to pay him to be allowed to read it. The two girls collected money and gave him a sum. They sat in the hidden back room of the shop and read. They found some spells to get riches, love and success. They chose the easiest one, copied it and did it. Olympia soon met a wealthy father and his son in that same shop. The two youngsters got to know each other better, they were compatible and got married. Olympia moved to the city, to a nice house with all amenities. They had children and a good life. Her mother didn´t know anything, she thought her prayers had been heard. One day that Olympia was already more than 50 years old, she wanted to do something to look younger. She climbed up a ladder to take the grimoire that was hidden in the library. But when she was about to step down she lost her balance, fell, hit her head and died instantly. The bahomeh nephilim killed her and made her reincarnate as red.


Savas, 32

Italy, Genoa, 1811. Savas was an active, dreamy and ambitious boy of the upper class. He wanted to succeed in all fields, do a great work, have his own wealth, travel, have everybody´s admiration, be popular among women. He found a hidden book  in the bookstore, a grimoire, where there was an incantation to achieve that. He did it and attracted a kahreh nephilim who gave it to him. He studied engineering, history, arts, etc., in college and did business all over the country and abroad. He traveled a lot, had many lovers, designed and supervised many buildings that were entrusted to him, theaters, churches, libraries, etc. He got married and had children, but he went on having lovers on his trips. One day as he was celebrating with his friends drinking wine, he had a heart attack and died. The kahreh had taken him in his early fifties.


Edel, 62

England, Bristol, 1380. Edel was a boy from the palace. He and the other boys of the royal family studied in the library with their teacher and went out to play to the big garden. There was a locked closet in the library that intrigued the children. They knew there were forbidden books in there. Since adults wouldn´t let them see them they looked around and found the key. They stole it, opened the closet and got a book. They hid it and when they went out to play in the garden they read it. They cast a spell to see if it worked. Edel´s oldest brother asked for wealth and freedom, another boy for knowledge and Edel asked to be respected and obeyed by everyone. The spells worked and they got what they had asked for. The oldest brother became king and enjoyed his riches and his right to do what he wanted, but since Edel had asked to be respected by everyone, the 3 nephilim agreed to kill the oldest brother so that Edel could become king and get the adequate respect. He enjoyed the ride, but he eventually died of syphilis, and then no one felt respect for him. After death, his brother's nephilim told him that Edel had asked to be king and he asked for revenge. They met in another life where he could take revenge. Edel's balah nephilim made him incarnate in our time again in England, where he joined the Illuminati.


Edgaras, 26

England, 1856. Edgaras was an ambitious and adventurous boy. He and his friends wanted to find hidden truths and they went to a second-hand shop. They bought a grimoire and studied it. They found the best spell and asked for success in all fields. Edgaras studied law, philosophy and history at the university and became a university professor. Later he became a diplomat. He got married, had children and a good family life. Later on in his career he was named ambassador. He and his family set out towards Germany in order to work there for a few years. But during the trip he had a heart attack and died. With the spell he made a deal with a saherneh nephilim who took him at the age of around 50.


Alejandro, 25

Italy, 1616. As a child Alejandro was very competitive with the other boys, in school and in gymnastics. He participated in many races and climbed the rope. He wanted to be the best at everything, and he usually was. Growing up, he followed his father´s footsteps, who was an engineer. Also at the university  he wanted to be the best. He heard about old books of magic, which guaranteed success in everything. He found one in an antique shop, studied it and cast a spell to be the best and have the best of everything. He had a good life, with a beautiful woman, obedient and exemplary children, success at work. One day, as he was going to the inauguration of one of his buildings, he died in the street, seconds before he arrived. The nephilim of the spell took him in his early fifties.


Anna, 43

Italy, Bologna, 1617. Anna was an ambitious boy from the upper middle class. When he grew up he studied law at the university. He and his friends had progressive ideas and searched occult books in the hopes of discovering the secrets that the church had hidden so that it could easily rule over common people. They studied them and cast the spell they thought most appropriate. Anna asked for professional and personal success. He became a respected and capable lawyer, got married, had children and everything was going well for him. He had many guilty clients whom he helped escape the law. After the victory of such a case, upon leaving the court and while he was being congratulated, he had a heart attack and dropped dead. His losdveh nephilim took him at age 59.


Gabriela, 62

Italy, Florence, 1616. Gabriela was the son of a very strict priest who was attached to the scriptures and the word of the church. He was also strict on a personal level and in his relationship with his son. The son felt oppressed and longed to be free and do things he liked. His father forbade everything. A friend of his had similar thoughts and they began to exchange ideas. They said that God could not impose anything, much less such oppression and harshness. If God was love he should let humans to be free and happy. Thus the god of the church, the Inquisition and all that could not be good things. They had to seek the truth, which had to be hidden in the forbidden books. They would find, read and apply that truth secretly and avoid being discovered and sent to the stake as sorcerers. They would keep the secret between them and pretend before everyone else, so that no one would ever suspect anything. And so it was. When they grew up a little they went to an antiquarian, they paid to read those books in the secret room that was there, copied what they needed and left. Gabriela made an incantation to have love, freedom, success. He studied science and became an engineer. He got married, had children and a good life. He designed many buildings and had success and money. His family life was also good. One day, sitting at his desk, he looked at the renovation plan for the cathedral which he had been hired for. He dreamed of rising up to the top pedestal, near the ceiling. There he was, closer to God, thanks to his honest work, his character and his values as a person. At that very moment the balah Nephilim who came with the spell killed him with a heart attack. And the man fell down to his death. Now he is incarnated again in another country, works as an architect and is a member of the Illuminati.

After a short investigation in the internet, Gabriela found that the architect she had been was Giovanni Battista.


Román, 26

Germany, 1846. As a child Roman had to go to a very strict boarding school. He felt oppressed and dreamed of being older and free. He had a friend who felt the same and they both had dreams about the future. They wanted to have a quiet life with a good family, professional and personal success. They enjoyed studying, but they knew that the educational system was not adequate. They wanted to find out secrets and discover the occult, because they thought that there lied the key to success, that’s why it was kept secret. When they graduated they decided to find a bookstore that had both new and old books. They wanted to find and sell books about occult sciences, but without taking risks, so the official bookstore would be a good facade. They found some occult books, grimoires, which they studied. They decided to cast a spell to see if it worked. It was for success in all fields and to acquire knowledge. It worked. They got married and had children. Román spent hours reading several metaphysical books and learned many things. He even started study circles where people would exchange information and ideas. He invited people to the bookstore and the gatherings were exciting and interesting. One afternoon, after such an event, as he was stepping out and closing the bookstore, he had a heart attack and died. The kahsnah nephilim of the spell killed him and took his soul to Agartha to be reincarnated as red.


Osvaldo, 48

England, 1581. Osvaldo was a somewhat mischievous child of an upper class family. Some friends found a grimoire in the family library and Osvaldo and his friends gathered to study it. They chose what seemed to them the best and simplest spell, the one that promised success, love and money and did it. Osvaldo grew up, studied and became an architect. He later married and had children. He was successful in his profession and family life. One day, admiring his latest work on paper, he felt proud, thinking that this was his masterpiece. Then the balah nephilim who helped him achieve that success gave him a heart attack and he died.


Vasilikí, 65

Italy, Milan, 1646. He was an ambitious boy of the nobility who loved the good life and comforts. He lived outside the city in a large house with a garden and had everything: a family, good teachers, libraries, a cook, friends, toys, etc. One day he went out on an excursion with a few cousins. One of them said he had access to some occult books from his grandparents’ library. He promised he’d take them along the next time they met. All the boys were intrigued and waited for that day. The day arrived, the boys went for a walk in the countryside and sat down to read the grimoire. They thought that adults kept those books hidden because their recipes and spells gave power and success and they wanted that  just for themselves. They all cast a spell for personal and professional success, health, money, everything. Vasilikí studied and became a sculptor and painter. He was hired to design many official buildings and by private clients for mansions and other buildings. He got married and had children, but also many mistresses. He had a good life until the balah nephilim of the spell killed him in his 60s, with a heart attack that occurred while he was painting in his workshop, falling with his face on to the paints.


Miran, 49

-England, 838 AD. Miran was the son of an alchemist who made gold. He watched his father work and learned how to use the grimoires. Since he already had money, he cast a spell for love and success in general. He was a womanizer. He got himself a girlfriend, Anna, but went on seeing others. Anna found out about his affairs. One day she was at home while he was on business, she found a grimoire and cast a spell in order to keep him just for herself. He soon found out and he made a counter spell to shake off the influence of her spell. The nephilim who had helped Anna bind him decided to kill her, make her red and make her meet him in another life. She died of an illness. Miran found another woman, Lucretia. But Anna’s spirit meddled in their relationship, making him lose his sex drive when he wanted to have sex with his new girl friend. Lucretia thought someone had done witchcraft to him and she also cast a spell to remove that witchcraft and make him desire only her. So she also attracted a nephilim. There was a constant war between the deceased Anna and her bahomeh and Lucretia and hers. At the end she died too. Miran also had a deal with a bahomeh through his own success spell who finished by killing him.


In future articles I will talk about even more serious consequences of spells found in grimoires. High magic also involves entities like Lilith and Samael (the devil). My advice is to stay away from them and not even consult them out of curiosity, unless you can resist temptations. In the Middle Ages and Renaissance there were also light witches and healers who used the grimoires exclusively for their healing recipes and angel communication charts in order to perform exorcisms and healings. That was the trap in those books, having good things amongst bad ones, so people would be misled into believing all of it was good.