Remember back in 2020 when we first heard about Dr. Stella Immanuel? Well, for those who do not know her, Dr. Immanuel is a medical doctor and also a Christian pastor of a church that she founded called Fire Power Ministries. But that’s not where she had her claim to fame.
Dr. Immanuel became quite famous a few years ago for touting an unproven coronavirus cure smack dab in the middle of the worst medical crisis in a hundred years––the COVID pandemic.
Yep. That’s right. She was the doctor who the previous president Donald Trump endorsed as one who might have an answer for the treatment of COVID (namely hydroxychloroquine).
But that’s not what made her interesting to me. Oh no.
What made me sit up and go “Whoa!!!” was that this woman explained in detail about her idea of aliens having sex with people in a dream world.
In her own words, Dr. Immanuel states emphatically: “Yes, I’m a demon buster. Yes, demons sleep with people. Yes, if you pray for them, they get better.” 
Now, I am super skeptical about her claims, so I went looking for others who might have something else to say about this subject. I didn’t think there would be much to find, but boy, was I wrong.
Sleeping with Demons
This is actually not a new thing. It’s been happening for a very long time. We’ve heard about these supernatural sexual encounters from people throughout the ages, and some of them are very famous people too.
According to Lucy Liu: “Some sort of spirit came down from God knows where and made love to me,” said Lucy Liu. “It was sheer bliss. I felt everything. I climaxed.
And then he floated away. It was almost like what might have happened to Mary. That’s how it felt. Something came down and touched me, and now it watches over me.”
Another famous person, Anna Nicole Smith, stated that: “A ghost would crawl up my leg and have sex with me at an apartment a long time ago in Texas. I used to think it was my boyfriend, and one day I woke up and it wasn’t. It was, like, a spirit and it — woo!”
She flailed her arms upward, as if mimicking a ghost flying up. “(It) went up! I was freaked out about it, but then I was, like, ‘Well, you know what? He’s never hurt me and he just gave me some amazing sex so I have no problem.'”
She also stated that it “was not a dream because it was happening every night.”
Ke$ha also shared her experience, claiming that her song “Supernatural” was inspired by “having sexy time with a ghost.” 
But it’s not just something that famous people experience. Behind these huge stars are countless individuals all across the world who have also experienced this phenomenon.
And when I say ‘across the world’, I really mean it. At first, I thought it was just a western affliction, but again…I was wrong.
Modern science calls this phenomenon spectrophilia, a sexual attraction (a fetish) to either ghosts or sexual arousal from images in mirrors as well as the alleged phenomenon of sexual encounters between ghosts and humans.
The reports of sleep paralysis in conjunction with these ghostly experiences is also common in spectrophilia. This indicates that these experiences are not one-off occurrences or something that only happens in certain situations.
It truly is a global phenomenon, but spectrophilia is sexual attraction to spiritual beings and ghosts who have sex with a person while he or she is sleeping.
What then, do you call a sexual revulsion against a spiritual being or a ghost?
Buddhists have a word for that––Possession.
They also have a cure for that––Exorcism.
Exorcism of Ghostly Rapists
In one of my previous posts, Methodology of Exorcisms where I talked about exorcisms, I stated that demonic possessions requiring the assistance of exorcists span every single region of the world, and comprise of every type of people, every race, every ethnicity, and every socio-economic level.
I also stated that the criteria for possession is not any specific religious beliefs or any unique place and time, but that Possessions occur in the presence of humans.
We are the trigger points!
Spurred by my intense curiosity about such activities, I began to dig around, not just with western sources, but also elsewhere. In my ongoing research into the supernatural in my own country-of-birth, I stumbled upon a treasure trove of accounts dating back throughout the millennia of demonic rapes.
These occurrences are called rape by the Vietnamese because these are unwanted, forced sexual occurrences at a time when a person is most vulnerable––when they are in that half-awake, half-sleeping mode and not able to defend themselves.
The victims all describe being molested in their beds, sometimes, even with their husbands sleeping next to them. They report being frozen and unable to move. All they can do is feel the violation, which they describe in graphic detail.
For these women, the experience is not ‘bliss’ or ‘amazing sex’. They were all terrorized and felt abused, violated, and intense fear. This is, of course, exactly what is happening.
Demons don’t care if their victims are male or female because rape is not about sex, it’s about exhibiting power over another person.
And before you ask the obvious question: Yes, it happens to men in the same way, and just as frequently.
For men, it’s sometimes even worse. They report feeling exhausted and unable to function normally in society because their vitality and strength are robbed every night.
They also feel violated and raped, even though this is not a word that men use for these types of occurrences.
For them, it is unwanted sexual advances that occur during their most vulnerable time, when they are paralyzed and unable to defend themselves. Far from looking forward to it, they are terrorized by it and want to live a normal life again.
Desperate for help, they go looking for assistance from their spiritual leaders and exorcists, and their stories are quite compelling.
In my next post, I’ll talk about the various case studies that have used exorcisms to deal with this type of night terror, with good results.
(continue to Demonic Possessions, Real or Not?)
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I remember that “doctor”. This is quite a topic, I have heard about some of these things. Doesn’t always sound as pleasant or light hearted as that scene in Ghostbusters.
It’s definitely not light-hearted. It’s so serious that the people who are afflicted are driven close to insanity. If they are not treated, they eventually break down, both mentally and physically.
I have known people who have had those kinds of experiences, or people who have known people, and it does sound serious to them in each case. It’s just, seemingly inexplicable. I have not heard of these celebrities’ stories though. Makes me wonder how more common this all might really be.