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Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by patricia2626, Nov 5, 2014.

  1. How does this work
    Allot of times I see allot of people say they sold it to the devil or many shows they lose there soul for a evil supernatural powers like many cartoons and every one keeps trowing all around.
    this making fear doing anything as music and my normal actvitis as wrting making video and shows.
    How can i keep safe and how do I fight this.
    is this urban legend real or fake or just morality story?

    There is always someone looking for the easy way of obtaining more pleasure, wealth or power. I always find it fascinating the lengths some will try just to achieve what they desire most. This list looks at 10 who are believed to have turned to the ultimate evil to obtain their desire.

    Pope Sylvester II
    (born c. 945- died 5-12-1003)

    Nicolo Paganini
    (born 10-27-1782 – died 5-27-1840)

    Gilles de Rais
    (born 1404- died 1440)

    General Jonathan Moulton
    (born 7-21-1726- died 9-18-1787)

    Father Urbain Grandier
    (born c. 1590- died 8-16-1634)

    Cornelius Agrippa
    (born 9-14-1486- died 2-18-1535)

    Robert Johnson
    (born 5-8-1911- died 9-16-1938)

    St. Theophilus of Adana
    (died c. 538)
  2. It's an expression. Unless you're a child of God, the devil already has your soul, so no "sale" needed.
    Ravindran, Silk and Major says Amen and like this.
  3. A person can "sell their soul". Many have done so, including several popular musicians. But as Abdicate mentioned, the devil owned them long before they desired to make any "deal". The usual deal is that the the person gets money, sex, power, health in exchange for their eternal damnation and a promise to avoid any sort of attempts at virtue. Neither the seller nor the devil have any real reasons to keep their end of the bargain, so IMNSHO only a complete degenerate or idiot would go for such a deal anyway.
    Silk likes this.
  4. An amusing thought just occurred to me:
    If Satan does not keep his end of the bargain, who do you appeal to? God?
    Silk likes this.
  5. Similar to my train of thought. How can satan be bound to any contract?

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