This is the third article in our examination of the mental disorder the psychiatric community has termed Multiple Personality Disorder. In part one I introduced the subject with an experience I had in July with an alter named "Dawn" inhabiting a woman I was praying deliverance over.
In part two we traced this secular theory back to its introduction made possible only after the philosophy of "Materialism" was embraced by the western world. This philosophy which denies the existence of the spirit realm including God is nothing more than atheism in disguise. Having rejected God, the spirit realm and the Bible as the source of knowledge and truth, the psychotherapists were confined to formulating theories and solutions from the material world.
In part three we will start to unravel the mystery of MPD utilizing as our source of information, that which I gleaned from my first experience with an alter in November 2000, which called itself Amy.
This Alter inhabited a woman I was counseling who was suffering from some of the most fiendish demonic bondages I have seen to date. These bondages were from intentional programming implanted in her by family members, who were generational devil worshippers. They had subjected her to Satanic Ritual Abuse from her birth until her early teen years.
The first encounter was a phone call I received on November 9, 2000. The caller I.D. said it was Sarah (fictitious name of woman).
"Hi, Sarah. Are you all right?"
"Hi, I wrote a poem. Would you like to hear it?" The voice on the other end was not Sarah’s.
"Sure, go ahead."
"Haunt me everyday. At night is when they come to play.
They keep me awake. Throwing bad memories in my face.
They’re the ones bringing sadness and disgrace.
They remind me of the wounds I left to heal.
They come in hopes of my strength to steal.
They bring the nightmares I dream.
This is what you deserve, is what they scream.
They taint my vision so all is bad.
Whenever I am happy they make me sad.
Some demons I have learned to fight.
But there are many who haunt me out of sight."
There was a long pause and then the voice resumed speaking.
"Fear- As your eyes shifted toward my body.
Control- As you grabbed and threw me down.
Power- As you forced yourself upon me.
Silence- As my dreams were drowned out.
Pain- As you grabbed my wrists tighter and tighter.
Panic- As everything grew black and my body went numb.
Peace- As I close my eyes and let go."
"That’s a nice poem."
"You don’t like it?"
"Yes, I like it. May I pray for you?" (The litmus test for determining whether you are speaking to the person or a demon is to ask if you can pray for them.)
"Why do you want to do that?"
"What is your name?"
"How old are you?"
"I quit growing at fourteen."
"How old were you when you came to Sarah?"
I wanted to ask Amy more questions but someone I did not want to have to explain this strange conversation to was approaching. So I said, "Goodbye Amy, I’ll see you tomorrow."
"I can’t wait to talk to you again. Do you want me to bring my poems?"
"Sure, bring the poems." And with that, I hung up.
Amy would have been diagnosed as an alter personality by a professional therapist. They would describe Sarah as having Multiple Personality Disorder.
It is explained as a mental condition usually resulting from trauma. The mind is said to have splintered, resulting in the creation of two or more distinct personalities. And while experts are correct in their first assumption--that it usually results from trauma, they are in error when they conclude that the personality has split into two separate and distinct entities. In reality, it has not split, but has compartmentalized. There are not two persons residing in one body, but rather, there is one person whose mind has been divided into compartments and a demon has taken up residence in the second, new compartment. This compartmentalization of the mind can be repeated over and over again allowing other demons to enter and form other new identities in the victim.
Amy was nothing more than a demon that had entered Sarah when she was molested at three years of age, by her father. The shock of the molestation so traumatized her that her conscious mind could not endure the horror, and disengaged itself from its conscious surroundings.
This ability of the conscious mind to disconnect when subjected to trauma it cannot endure, is not a malady or malfunction. It is a safety valve, God in His mercy, has built into each of us. It exemplifies the scripture in Psalm 139:14 that says,
"I am fearfully and wonderfully made." It is there to protect the mind from pain, fear, or horror it is incapable of enduring without inflicting permanent damage.
Medical professionals refer to this ability to disconnect as dissociation. It describes a mental state in which the conscious mind disconnects from conscious surroundings and focuses on other things. (In Sarah’s case, it was the pretty birds in the yard or fishing in the stream that ran through their property.)
This forces the unconscious mind, which is normally employed only during the
dreaming state, to function in place of the conscious mind. The entire experience is then stored in the unconscious part of the brain, which means the conscious mind, and therefore the victim, will have no recollection of the experience because it is not stored in that part of the subconscious mind where memories reside.
Amy lived in a compartment partitioned off in Sarah’s unconscious mind, ready to surface when Sarah sensed any threat of sexual attack, and dissociated.
This was all part of Sarah’s training. Her family was well versed in the art of forcing dissociation. And though this phenomenon is a fairly recent discovery by the medical profession, this family had been refining the art of dissociation, by subjecting their victims to pain, fear, and trauma for many generations.
The object is to force the conscious mind to disengage, at which time a demon is commanded to enter, complete with name, personality, job description and trigger. It acts as a second personality waiting to surface when triggered. The trigger may be a color, sound, smell or emotional reaction to being frightened or rejected. When Sarah was triggered, she dissociated and Amy or one of the other alters would surface and take over.
Amy was the first of many demons to enter Sarah as an alter. Amy had had the exclusive privilege of choosing her own name, because, at the time, Sarah’s step-father, was so consumed with his own pleasure that he neglected to complete the goal of the abuse which was to program and name the alter.
When he began molesting her, coming to her room as soon as the lights were out, Sarah’s conscious mind had already disconnected. Because she could sense when he was going to come, she would dissociate before he got there and escape to her safe refuge.
Her step-father abandoned Sarah and her siblings one year later. Her uncle then assumed the task of programming her. Amy hated Sarah during this time and resented being called by Sarah’s name. On one occasion when Sarah was being violated, the demon said, "My name isn’t Sarah, it’s Amy." Her uncle liked the name and called her Amy during the molestations from then on.
In the beginning, when Amy first entered Sarah, she only surfaced when Sarah dissociated. Each time she did this, Amy gained more strength until eventually she was able to overpower Sarah’s will under certain circumstances and surface whether Sarah was triggered or not.
Amy had the personality of a sensual fourteen year-old girl with years of experience manipulating men with her supernatural powers of seduction. Amy’s defining characteristic was her ravenous sexual appetite cloaked in what seemed to be charming childlike innocence. Amy had ample opportunity to satisfy its sexual appetite because sexual abuse was an ongoing part of her programming.
Sarah’s training included a continuous barrage of sexual predators including father, uncles, brothers, cousins and plethora of sexual perverts who paid.
Sarah spent most of her time in a dark and filthy cellar waiting for the next pervert to whom her mother sold her. Often the men would come in groups and if they complained that her performance was less than ideal, she was punished, often locked in a nearby slaughterhouse with the hanging animal carcasses waiting to be butchered.
Amy the alter, had already had a full slate of sexual experiences to satisfy her ravenous sensual appetites when Sarah married Dean (fictitious name) at the age of fourteen. In fact Amy was unprepared for someone like him. He truly loved Sarah and was determined to marry her and rescue her from the cruelty of her sadistic family.
As soon as Sarah married and settled into a normal routine, free from the fear of continuous torture and molestations, Amy slowly lost her ability to overpower Sarah’s will, which is why Amy quit growing at age fourteen. She then surfaced only rarely. She once surfaced when I unknowingly triggered her while casting out another demon.
In time I came to realize it was God’s plan for His daughter to be freed from these demons masquerading as splintered parts of her self and to enlighten me as to the true nature of Multiple Personality Disorder. Until that time I knew absolutely nothing on the subject and had wondered if Multiples were in fact a splinter of the victim’s broken self.
After my experience of being allowed by God to help this young woman gain her freedom from alters my eyes were forever opened to this demonic masquerade. This is why I, who am not normally dogmatic on issues pertaining to the spirit realm in which we are rarely permitted to see into, am so unyielding on the issue of alters.
I counted more than thirty alters in Sarah, complete with name, identity and job description plus numerous others who were programmed in as groups. Their life spans ranged from mere days to years, just as with Amy.
In summary, an alter is an age-old demon with an extreme makeover. Alters are a strategy of satan designed to deceive the secular therapist and Christian Deliverance Ministers into believing they are truly a splinter of the victim’s personality.
In part four we will hear the final encounter I had with this demon alter Amy and how I cast it out in the same manner as all other demons. We will then discover what it is about alter demons that makes them so convincing that even the most experienced counselors are deceived into believing they are an alternate personality of the victim.
Much of the information in this Newsletter is taken from a book I wrote in 2006 entitled, "To Hell with Sarah" which is now out of print. You can call or contact us through the website if you would like more information on this subject.
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