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5/12/17 at 01:59 PM 0 Comments

Her mother was a medium and all the men in her family died or were disabled by accidents

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SIM: Mark Fischer
A young woman prays before a group of statues of the Buddha at Wat Pho in Bangkok, Thailand.

By Mark Ellis

Because of her mother’s involvement with evil spirits, the entire family was beset by fears and suffered unexplained accidents and deaths.

“My mother was a medium and she communicated for an evil spirit,” Prang told a worker with SIM based in Thailand. “When my mother was possessed by the spirit, she would predict the future for others and for her children. My mother would offer sacrifices of flowers and money to the spirit so that it would give her more and more power.”

Prang’s mother went regularly to the temples and shrines at Nakhon Si Thammarat and Surathanni to receive a blessing from the spirit. “When my mother prayed, she could sense the spirit surrounding her. My mother knew something in the darkness was trying to tighten its grip on her and the longer she worked for the spirit the more afraid she became,” Prang recounted.

Others in Prang’s family also got involved in consulting evil spirits. “If you were weak in heart or spirit, they would control you and make you their medium. Everyone in my family was very fearful and we all suffered because of these spirits,” she told SIM.

As a result of their involvement with the forces of darkness, four members of Prang’s family could not smile or laugh.

Even worse, strange accidents and deaths occurred. “We also didn’t have any males in the family because they all died in accidents, and if they didn’t die, they were disabled from the accident,” Prang lamented.

“My father, my older brothers, and my uncle all died or became disabled.”

The spiritual oppression cast an element of gloom over the young woman. “Whenever I used to see other people smiling, I wondered how anyone could be happy when my own family had such suffering in our lives. Our family had no peace.”


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