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demons and music
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demons and music
a demon on another forum raised a question that i find very interesting.

are demons naturally drawn to music, either listening or playing it themselves, singing, dancing, etc.? i know i am, and i have my theories why, but i'd rather research a little more before saying too much.

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2008-06-27 11:12
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Re: demons and music
Just ignore my classification for a minute because I really wanna answer...

+1 for the music team. I don't know about demons as a whole, but I as an energy-thing *LOVE* music.

Theories?

1: Vibrations.

2: Music = emotion = energy = happy spirit-critters.

Aren't spirits as a whole supposedly drawn to music/singing? I seem to recall it being mentioned in lots of folklore I've read over the years.
2008-06-27 12:18
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I often refer to my MP3 player as my music IV drip. Music soothes the savage beast, and the savage beast likes it loud.

Not a demon exactly, but an energy critter, so I guess it counts.

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2008-06-27 14:42
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Re: demons and music
I think that just about everybody likes music to varying amount- it's a human thing.

I love music. I wake up every morning singing a song. I whistle or hum what I can't sing. I automatically start stepping in time to whatever music is in the area, even if I don't really like the style. But I don't believe for a second that it's because I was either a dragon or a polymorph in a past life.

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2008-06-27 15:53
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Re: demons and music
It could be that music resonates on a certain level with energy beings...or it could be that humans love music, dance, etc. and it's our present biology talking.

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2008-06-28 0:46
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I think any sprits can be drawn to it as a whole and humans also can be , I think it is once of those things that link us all together.

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2008-06-29 3:03
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Re: demons and music
I'm drawn to music, but am not very musically inclined, nor do I know much about it.

4 years of orchestra, and that's it. I can memorize some tunes and some beats.

But really, it IS the energy that I'm drawn to. Music is a quick fix when there isn't a huge crowd around. I drain off my cell phone with it(my cell's an mp3 player, etc.)

Proven already: me listening to my mp3 player, or cd player, or anything that runs on a battery and plays music, drains the battery faster than if someone else is listening to it.

I have to charge my cell phone after 3-4 hours of listening to music on it, when it was originally a full battery and my phone can last all day w/o being charged.
My sister's used my cell all day, and only had to charge my phone after listening to music on it for 6 hours straight at school.
And if I put it down and play music, and leave the room? About the same 6-7 hours.
Listen to the music? 3-4 hours again.

I've had to change AA batteries on my old CD player 2 or 3 times within a day whereas anyone else can go a day or 3 before changing the batteries of music non-stop. o.O

And while I dislike rap and country and the likes, I DO love music with a very heavy bass beat. So heavy it makes my body shake. That's just a very comforting feeling to me.

Overall though, I know that's why I like music. I don't need it, but it's nice. And I don't know much about the technicalities of it all, unlike my non-kin friends I have who obsess over the tiniest details of a song(I hang with guitarists and musicians. What can I say? XD)

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2008-07-01 6:45
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Re: demons and music
Motley Wrote:I often refer to my MP3 player as my music IV drip. Music soothes the savage beast, and the savage beast likes it loud.

Heh, when I used to wear my old iPod mini on a belt clip I used to compare it to an insulin pump! Shut the flow off and die...but I keep it quiet enough that I can hear people through it. But I'm no demon (at least, I don't *think*!), I'm just in love with Kayako's kitty avatar...

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2008-07-01 10:15
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All of my aspects love music but the ones who love it most are Phaedra and the.. well, I dont know the name of what he is so I just call him the sex demon thing. He doesnt mind much, surprisingly. I absolutely LOVE music. The more drums and guitar the better. And I like it LOUD.. but it has to be the right settings though, bass bugs the hell out of me and when there's more vibrations than music I get irritable. Especially when the vibrations mess with my eardrums (long story).

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2008-07-09 15:10
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Re: demons and music
I LOVE music a lot.
I often feel like listening to music 24/7.
I even edit my equalizer to get better sound. And hate my iPod because of no qeualizer <.<
Sometimes it's like "Oh no I have to go to bed. Why can't I listen to the music even when sleeping? <.<"
The problem is that I have more than 10GB of music so often I end up with no idea what I should listen to and start listening to something really random >.<

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2008-07-10 22:00
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