“Alcohol” is said to come from the arabic term “Al-khul” which means “BODY-EATING SPIRIT”

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The word “alcohol” is said to come from the arabic term “Al-khul” which means “BODY-EATING SPIRIT” (also, is the origin of the term” ghoul”).

In alchemy, alcohol is used to extract the soul essence of an entity. Hence its’ use in extracting essences for essential oils, and the sterilization of medical instruments. By consuming alcohol into the body, it in effect extracts the very essence of the soul, allowing the body to be more susceptible to neighboring entities most of which are of low frequencies. (why do you think we call certain alcoholic beverages “SPIRITS”). That is why people who consume excessive amounts of alcohol often black out, not remembering what happened. This happens when the good soul (we were sent here with) leaves because the living conditions are too polluted and too traumatic to tolerate. The good soul jettisons the body, staying connected on a tether, and a dark entity takes the body for a joy ride around the block, often in a hedonistic and self serving illogical rampage. Our bodies are cars for spirits. If one leaves, another can take the car for a ride.

Essentially when someone goes dark after drinking alcohol or polluting themselves in many other ways, their body often becomes possessed by another entity. Have you ever felt different, more sexual, more violent, less rational and less logical………after drinking alcohol? Are you aware we already live inside an ancient religious cult who are schooled concerning the dark powers of alcohol? It is this cult that popularizes alcohol, through the media and government it controls, to serve a very ancient and dark agenda.

The solutions to our crumbling society are only to be found within our non polluted collective humanity, not within modern science and the death cult it represents, Our dark and immoral human farmers masquerade as altruistic governments, who then serve us up to dark spiritual entities that feed off our energies when we consume alcohol and a host of other toxic substances they rain down from the top of the ruling pyramid. We’re slaves living on an elaborate control grid…..based on indoctrination, propaganda, chemical sedation, toxic medication and we’re even used as food energy for dark spirits who live outside the frequency of visible sight. I haven’t drank alcohol in almost 5 years. Now, the dark spirits are in fear of me and that’s the way it was always meant to be. Join the moral rebirth of humanity, unslave, reject the poison and lets get to work doing what we know has to be done.

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42 thoughts on ““Alcohol” is said to come from the arabic term “Al-khul” which means “BODY-EATING SPIRIT””

  1. How is it 95% inaccurate? Thanks anyways…

    Blogman

  2. What is so funny about this? Alcohol destroys many lifes and families around the World?

    Blogman

  3. Makes perfect sense to me. I used to leave the car too and I’ve felt what you describe here.

  4. Thank you for your comment. I have been sober a year now and I think alcohol is a major problem in our society’s problems. I won’t be missing it, because it only brought sadness to my life. Illuminati/Elite or whatever you want to call them wants us to use different kind of substances so that we don’t wake up to this reality, which they are controlling in every areas.

    BR, Blogman

  5. The etymology of ‘alcohol’ is untrue. I’ve just heard the same definition – ‘Al-kuhl, flesh eating demon’ – given in a horror film (The Dark Tapes), but it’s not corroborated by any dictionaries or etymological listings I can find. I’ve been sober (or unpossessed, perhaps) for eight years.

  6. Hi and thank you for your comment. I think the best thing is to stay sober, because for me example alcohol just brought misery and sadness. Everyone has a different life and lifestory, but I think that alcohol brings much more misery in this World than happiness.

    Blogman

  7. There’s already a lie in the first paragraph. “Al-Kuhl” doesn’t mean “body eating spirit” at all, where would you get that fictitious definition?

    Originally Al-Kuhl simply meant “dust” as it was used in chemistry, and then it came to mean just generic “essence”.

    I couldn’t go past that gratuitous misinformation.

  8. Thank you for your comment. This is not originally my article as you can see if you would read it through and I don’t have time to check all the facts in every article. Main point with this article is, that alcohol is not good for you and deep in your hearth you know that. Your mind will try to make excuses, but that is the fact. Alcohol brings only problems to your life. If this fact error is your life’s biggest problem… please move on.

    Blogman

  9. Everything originates from something in past cultures and traditions, and it tells a really ancient tale. People are starting to get it, and the ignorant are stuck in being controlled by adrift spirits.
    Getting them out is what we should be focused on; it has to deal with looking in the mirror.
    Thank you for putting this together, it’s a start in understanding darkness, but, we must not forget, It goes deeper than this though, therefore, It has to do with the brain as well.

  10. Thank you for your kind answer. This is exactly what we must to do.

    Blogman

  11. I rarely drink any alcohol but yesterday i drank a lot and i blacked out for the first time and i cant remember how we left from the club, i look at the pictures of that night and i see me and feel that it is another person, its realy scary looking at me! It felt like something else joined my body and it was really strange, so i did some research and ended up here, now everything makes perfect sense! And for the record i was having a much better time before i drank any alcohol !!!

  12. Thank you for your reply. Yep I have had the same situation. I looked up some old photos and I just did not regognize the person in those pictures. It was not me. I don’t preach anything, I just want to try to find the truths behind things and if fellow people thinks the same it feels great. I don’t preach not to use alcohol, but in my case it was better to just leave it out of my life. I have been sober over a year now and I feel much better and free. I have been parties and people try so hard to ask me why I don’t drink anymore and it seems that it bothers them more than me, maybe they feel guilty about their own drinking and stupid things they do. It’s not my business to say who can drink or not, but in my own experience is that alcohol brought just misery and sadness in my life. So make your own choices and stay safe.

    Blogman

  13. Here’s why this article is indeed correct!! Some guy made some effort to write this article which tells us that ‘alcohol’ not directly comes from the word ‘al-kuhl’ but instead origins in ‘al ghoul’ which was some kind of a preversion from ‘al-khul’. Read the story – it’s worth it:
    https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Talk:alcohol

  14. you are on the right path: perhaps though try and keep an open mind that with moderation, it can be medicinal and healing to open paths to other realms and perhaps sometimes we need these vessels to do that, with balance and care and in the care of a sane protective healer, to then deal with spirits that alcohol perhaps does not bring to us, but that we already have within ourselves, manifesting through alcohol, not always because of it: and when you learn that about yourself, that those dark entities can be travelling along with you, and alcohol manifests them, it can be a chance for a long though rewarding journey yourself and your soul, not because of alcohol, but despite it in that sense then. And also, it is not the same for everyone: we can’t expect a fresh untouched human that just wants to get drunk and have fun and does not care about consequence or addictions to agree with you, but the ones who know from experience what you talk of, will know and appriciate ! Never come from a place of fear, when it comes to alcohol also, because then people will ignore your truth and emphasize your fear of it…;)

  15. Thank you for your reply. I will check that out, thanks.

    Blogman

  16. Thank you for your reply. Yes I can only speak for myself and my own experiences and if that resonates with someone that is fine. I am no teacher, everyone of us must learn our own lessons in life. But if I can give some advice from my own discoveries/experiences and it helps someone else I am happy.

    Blogman

  17. Basically, it derives from Hebrew Language. You are correct, it is also where the word Ghoul > Ghost originated.

    I do not drink anymore, stick to cannabis folks!

  18. Thank you for your comment. I don’t support any drugs, but it is everyone’s own decision.

    Blogman

  19. For me it makes sense, I’m not alcoholic but I most of my life I’ve been living with one, grand parent, mother, brothers, uncles etc …. there is something else there, yes posses you because your consciousness is altered and you are not being yourself (same with medicine,drugs, … most words are inverted or have a subliminal messages and goes to our subconscious mind same with, movies, media etc… people are blind and don’t want to open their eyes or are in denied, JUST AS AN ALCOHOLIC

  20. Thank you very much for your comment. Yes I think it is actually just like you said. People are blind and maybe some of them realize that they have a problem with alcohol or any other substance and want to quit, but they are afraid. Afraid of the reactions of other people. FEAR is the thing what keeps us in our mental prisons and kills the human spirit. Brake the chains, destroy the fear, ignore what else are saying and you shall be free.

    Blogman

  21. Thank you for your kind comment. I left alcohol 2 years ago and never missed it.

    Blogman

  22. Absolutely believe in this I have struggled with complete sobriety but this article helps – I truly believe in the black out takeover I have always likened it to possession. I have only ever felt true joy in sobriety. Thank you for this!!!!

  23. Thank you for your reply and I am glad that I can help. I do my best to tell the Truth or close side about it.

    Blogman

  24. Blogman – Blacksmith Of Truth
    24/11/2017 AT 08:42
    Thank you for your comment. This is not originally my article as you can see if you would read it through and I don’t have time to check all the facts in every article. Main point with this article is, that alcohol is not good for you and deep in your hearth you know that. Your mind will try to make excuses, but that is the fact. Alcohol brings only problems to your life. If this fact error is your life’s biggest problem… please move on.

    So you admit you dont mind spreading disinformation just to make the point “alcohol is bad” even though what you are saying, based on the erroneous information, is that alcohol is a vehicle for demonic possesion. And although you have time to steal someone else’s nonesense you don’t have time to check the veracity of any of it. Thanks for admiting none of the information on your site is to be trusted.

  25. Hi! I think that you maybe have some issues with alcohol, because this is the first reaction when someone wake’s you up to think about it. Just search your heart and you know that you don’t need alcohol in your life. Try to be without it and see what happens. Have a good rest of your life.

    God Speed, Blogman

  26. I agree with blogman. Thank you for this well informed article & ignore the individually brainwashed comments who say otherwise.

  27. Thank you very musch. I don’t need to be agreed with and everyone makes their own choices. Thanks for kind word though, they are always nice to hear. Just brought my own experiences out of the topic and think that alcohol is not needed.

    Blogman

  28. It’s no coincidence that whenever you drink (especially if it’s hard liquor), you feel like there’s this ‘spirit’ that’s taking control of your body. For example, if you’re an introvert and have trouble interacting with other people, drink alcohol and suddenly you become an extremely confident, extroverted individual. I know what it feels like, and it’s an amazing and wonderful feeling being ‘normal’ even if it’s just for a short time. Also, whenever you’re depressed, it makes you temporarily forget about your problems. It’s the reason why I’ve been drinking alcohol almost daily over the past year. Even when I travel I still drink alcohol. It’s unpleasant for me to say this, and I say this not to seek attention (I dislike attention seekers), but just to share it with other people, as I have no one to talk to, have no friends, and I have problems with my family: I suffered abuse when I was a child and I’m using alcohol to cope with my problems stemming from it, although I’m aware that it’s not helping me at all and instead killing me. I plan to drink alcohol until I die, and I plan to die in my ‘normal’ drunk state. Even if I get cancer because of it, I will still drink alcohol. As long as I live, I will drink alcohol. Only death will stop me from drinking alcohol. I honestly hope (and pray, if it even works, which I doubt) that I die soon… I’m so sick and tired of this miserable, hopeless existence. I’m in my early 20s, still a virgin and no experience with girls, no job as I suffer from anxiety and have trouble interacting with other people, and I promised to myself that I will not reach the age of 30, and I plan to keep that promise. If only Nembutal weren’t so difficult to get. I would’ve taken it alongside my favorite brand of alcohol. To hell with the ones responsible for making it difficult to acquire Nembutal! Can’t a man die in peace? Looks like I’m just going to resort to exsanguination, and hope it works.

  29. Hi and thank you for your reply anyway. I am sad to hear that your life have been rough to you, but it was for me too. I drank alcohol when I was depressed, but It didn’t help me at all, it just made things more difficult to cope with. I have noticed that in life you can’t know what tomorrow brings up to you, so it is totally fine with me that you drink, but I can tell you, for my own experiences, that it won’t bring you salvation. Everyone of us has a path to follow and your, like mine are a littlebit harder. Don’t give up, you cannot know what tomorrow or next week has planned for you. Life is full of miracles, that are just awaiting to be happening.

    Blogman

  30. This actually makes so much sense. I always thought it was so strange that I could be walking around doing these awful things and have no memory of it whatsoever. I did say before that “it’s like a demon possesses you”. I’ve been clean and sober for 3 years and 4 months….best choice I ever made.

  31. Hi and thank you for your reply. Good for you, it was the best choice for me too. Let’s keep up the good things and make World a better place. God Speed to you Crystal.

    Blogman

  32. What an awesome post to come across on my 24th year sobriety date! Thank you very much.

  33. Thank you very much. I just try to help people to realize, that some actions are not good for you. Happy for your sobriety.

    Blogman

  34. Very interesting article to stumble across, a friend posted this in an image form and I stumbled across your blog whilst fact-checking the claims made.

    Funnily enough it isn’t entirely wrong, though riddled with emotional opinion. There is quite a lot of skepticism around the exact etymology but Etymonline seem to have the best info on it:
    https://www.etymonline.com/search?q=alcohol&source=ds_search

    Anyway thanks for sharing, was a pleasure reading both articles, comments, and further searching for my own truth and understanding of this concept! 96th day sober today looking forward to further distancing myself from alcohol for many reasons mentioned above 🙂

  35. Thanks for your reply. Nice to hear people making their own decicions and leaving alcohol. It is up to everyone themselves what to do but I am happy for your choice. Keep up the good work!

    Blogman

  36. Blogman, please check out my channel (NATURE RESTORED) and (NATURE RESTORED LIVE). Yes, you are correct about (Al-Kuhl), however it goes much deeper than that. I’ve been trying to spread the same message you did here for over 6 years. Barely anyone gets it. Welcome to the possessed zombie apocalypse. See you on my channels soon. Thanks ✅

  37. Thank you for your reply. I will check your channel. I think it is everyone’s own decicion to make we just offer some answers and a path to soberness. That is all we can do, everyone has his own journey.

    Blogman

  38. I don’t drink and I’m 100% vegan. I have no issues with anyone who does it in moderation. Reading these comments and your response shows that you have a very narrow mind and aren’t open to others opinions. Why not challenge someone with facts? I also say don’t believe everything on the internet because there’s no checks and balances. Also this site is not secure (no ssl). You should consider securing your site.

  39. Hi and thank you for your comment. If you read this site you maybe could consider that your comment again that I am narrow minded. I just think that alcohol is not good for people and that is my opinnion. And I know that this site is not secured, because security sertificates costs money and if you have noticed everything on this site is free.

    Blogman

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