We live in the country. Sometimes it’s terrific, like when we play ball as a family in the front field or have friends over for do-it-yourself fireworks… Read more “Goats, Bobcats and Writing Dark”
A review of Alan Cupp’s new mystery, Malicious Masquerade.
Like viruses, evil spirits have a chain of infection. Evil will search your soul for a specific binding site, and then it will use that soul receptor to enter. We all have these receptors. Psychology calls them triggers, emotional wounds that come from some type of trauma.
Evil spirits prefer humans. We’re just special that way, all wrapped up in the trappings of humanity, openly vulnerable to demonic infection. Our emotional chemistry and weaknesses… Read more “Through Arid Places: Reservoirs of Evil”
Evil spirits are like viruses. Invisible to the naked eye. Contagious. And in a certain set of circumstances, deadly. In fact, we can learn a lot about evil from virology.
Find me when I’m dead. Pull me up on your screen, locate my cell phone signal, check on my Facebook page. Will my Twitter account stay active?… Read more “No Signal in Heaven: Soul Tracking and Biohacking”