I do not know what a Tulpa is all about, I was referingto the human thoughts, the intention behind the thoughts and how the energy works and manifests in the auric shell and eventually into the ether. I am not refering to any demons nor angels.
You are referring to a "tulpa" moonchild.Those I am very familiar with ...That's not what I thought Morbid meant.
I would actually find it hard to reconcile that all beings we refer to as demons,are creations of a
I do not agree with that,if that's what Morbid meant.
But, what you do with what you summon totally depends upon the intention that you hold in your mind.
For Morbid:In my mind,there is a total delineation between ancient demon,and thoughtforms.
I might be prejudiced in this just because of how it was taught to me.
For Moonchild : tulpa are thoughtforms. Its the Tibetan word for them.
I understand that it can be anything that is a thoughtform,but Tulpa are specifically
Humanoid in form.
They are condidered to be one of the most dangerous of Tibetan spiritual practices,and even
a monk doing this,would be crossing a line.
Tulpa are created to do the magicians bidding. They are magical in nature.They can be bid to do anything.
Murder,slaves to the magician,magical works.
It is said that a tulpa is like a growing fetus to the magician,and at some point,they are mature enough
to be "borne". So the tulpa becomes rebellious,and wants its freedom.
This usually ends in a war of wills and bodies, between the tulpa and its creator. The tulpa usually wins,and the
Magician usually is killed .Its the only way the tulpa can be truley free.But once the tulpa rebels,one of them must die.
Tulpa creation is considered a forbidden art by lamas of high order. Masterless tulpa are indeed dangerous.
But they are not spiritform,so to me,they are not demons ,as we classify them.
They are in a category all their own.
I am actually writing a horror movie screenplay about this topic .