Comment by Morell Sunweaver
I like some of the spiritual horrors. But I prefer not much to share these blades, which are hiding in the darkness. These tales are amazing and can be educational for the soul, but also tools making great pain.
Comment by Glitch
That makes sense, I use to watch these movies when I was younger and do have appreciation for a few of them but I really don't watch them anymore. I think I found out plenty about the "Dark side" if you will , for a life time :/ I don't really need to spend time on that stuff anymore ha. I think it's an early step in the awaken process and I'm starting to see friends and family go through now. I thought twice about it after I posted this, not the right thing to be sharing on this site perhaps. I posted it because I had one of those eerie moments you get sometimes, like something big has shifted, you know? It probably happens a few times a year and I always say this line when it happens. This scene really embodies that feeling for me whether it's good or bad. Not to mention I just happened to have lived right next to a cemetery my whole life, at least 5 including the one my house currently borders, so my house is always a little bit haunted. So I can personally relate to this movie. (Luckily the one I live next to now is the most peaceful one yet. )
I still sometimes watch such films and read the books, but there must be certain quality in them too to make them valuable. Some are waste of time and resources, although the art is quite visible there.
It is true that spirits are not only good, that is far from truth, Humans change when they die, but to the better? That is clearly not always the case and there are many other beings too.
Living next to the cemetery? That must had been interesting, with a lot of spiritual activity, there is a lot of energy in these places.