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    (Original post by The_Last_Melon)
    please explain the difference
    Hallucinations are caused by the brain, by a chemical imbalance or by reduced brain function or whatever (I'm not a neuroscience-y person). Whereas if you believe in genuine spiritual phenomena, this is caused by an outside spiritual force. It does not originate in the brain :nah:
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    I see this girl called Ella who follows me around and talks to me. She doesn't do that much but screams and then laughs. Sometimes she sings, or just holds a knife dripping in blood. Also see shadowy figures from time to time, and they work with Ella. I sometimes get voices, not so much though, but when I do they come from the company who tell me codes I have to investigate so they tell me what to do. Most of my communication with Ella and the shadows is through telepathy though. Sometimes i feel ella touching me and her Breathing on me too. That's pretty much it.
 
 
 
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