DARK POWER TOKOLOSHE TULPA SORCERY
The Tokoloshe (Tikoloshe or Hili) is a creature from Zulu mythology, which is considered to be a dwarf-like water sprite.
It is often described as being a mischievous entity or an evil spirit, which is said can become invisible when drinking water.
It has been noted by a number of parapsychologists that the manifestations of ghosts is often tied up with locales of a high water density.
For example, the author Carlos Castaneda mentions entities used by sorcerers, he terms as the Allies, which are considered to be a shape-shifting, inorganic feminine intelligence, whose abode tends to be found around water holes.
Tokoloshes are usually seen as being conjured up for malevolent intentions by people who seek to cause problems for others.
However a Tokoloshe can be used to protect children, though usually used of mere horror stories to get them to behave as well as entertaining their imaginations of darkly wrought comical tales.
But of magical practice its power can be further extended for healing purposes and other means of consciousness expansion.
Or to be otherwise used of psychic warfare for bringing about illness and even death to a victim, of which, the shadowy intelligence services are no doubt interested in of a Skinwalker power.
The way to get rid of a bothersome Tokoloshe is to call in the N’anga (Witch Doctor), who has the power to banish the creature from its dream haunt.
Whereupon it will then return raging back to its creator, to thence tear apart his or her psyche, should it had been wrought of malign intent.
A Tokoloshe is very much like the Tulpa of Tibetan Buddhist practice, which is essentially a materialised thought-form of a created ghost.
It is said that a created Tokoloshe initially acts like a zombie after it has been created, somewhat of similarity to the Hebrew Golem, which can also initiate poltergeist phenomena.
This has been investigated by a group of parapsychologists in Toronto, Canada during the 70’s, whose coven created a ghost, which generated poltergeist phenomena.
The Tokoloshe of a Tulpa is specifically created by South African shamans, such as when they have been offended by someone.
But it can be used for other far more creative and beneficial purposes, such as being created as an inspiring Art Muse.
When a Tokoloshe becomes sentient, it may wander off from its creator, causing mischief wherever it goes, particularly to children, whose ‘navel Chakra’ fear empowers its existence.
Those who fear the Tokoloshe often describe it as having a gremlin-like appearance with gouged out eyes or having black mirror eyes like the alien Greys.
Although, when not to fear, said entity is described as being an invisible friend; whereas as an adult, the Tokoloshe becomes as a spectral lover.
The Zulu shaman Credo Mutwa, describes the Tokoloshe as having the ability to take on many forms, such as appearing as a bear-like humanoid being.
Let alone that of appearing as Dwarfs, Gremlins, Reptilians, Greys, Elves, Faeries, Demons and Angels, etc; all of which tend to be humanoid or of hybrid form, though, not always.
Again, Castaneda says likewise of the Allies, who as mentioned, described them as being an inorganic female intelligence, whose dark dream power enables a sorcerer to access other realities.