Night of Fright

A while back, I downloaded this picture on my computer in different demons and their Sigils of Summoning.

Mind you, this was before I discovered this website.

So I was looking at the Sigils, and reading the names of the demons and what they specialized in in my head. When I saw one that I considered summoning, I said the name out loud (stupid I know!!!). So I did some more research and ended up here where I read that you should NEVER say the name out loud, and that summoning is a bad idea. Luckily, I had done nothing but say it's name.

So a couple of nights ago, I was sitting in my room late at night, doing some more research when I decided to go to the bathroom and get some cereal. Because our upstairs toilet was broke, I had to go downstairs. It being dark, I got a little spooked, just because of what I had been reading.

But as I was standing at the top of the stairs, I felt something... I don't know... there. It was almost a cold feeling, and it was right next to me. I was terrified. I rushed back into my room, and just stood there. I was thinking of a polite way to ask whatever it was (I presumed it was the demon who's name I had said out loud) to leave.

And then I saw it. It was a large, dark figure standing in the corner of my room. I can't say much more, being as though I didn't look at him very long. I could feel his gaze on me.

I was making final decisions on what to say to ask him to leave when he said (in a voice much like Voldemort's from the first Harry Potter movie) "Say it!" I quickly said what I had to say, and he whispered in an almost anxious tone, still the same voice, "Thank you." And that was it. He was gone. I no longer felt his presence, and he wasn't in the room anymore.


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