Jun 1

Upcoming Show: The Jersey Devil

In an upcoming show I will be speaking to Stefaun and his father Mike. Both men have seen this entity. Both men describe it as a mix of several animals. Mike said “it had a shimmer to it, it wasn’t see through but it had a weird shimmer. We have had a lot of really weird paranormal things happen while we were out there.” Here is one example of something strange happening:

Mike and Stefaun have returned many times to get another look at it. I asked the witnesses if they have ever had something follow them home after going out to this area repeatedly.” Both witnesses said that they have and strange tracks appeared in their yard among other things.

I will include the pictures after the witnesses send them to me.

In South Jersey and Philadelphia folklore in the United States, the Jersey Devil (also known as the Leeds Devil) is a legendary creature said to inhabit the forests of the Pine Barrens in South Jersey. The creature is often described as a flying biped with hooves, but there are many variations. The common description is that of a bipedal kangaroo-like or wyvern-like creature with a horse- or goat-like head, leathery bat-like wings, horns, small arms with clawed hands, legs with cloven hooves, and a forked or pointed tail. It has been reported to move quickly and is often described as emitting a high-pitched “blood-curdling scream.”

The Lenape people who originally inhabited the Pine Barrens believed the area was inhabited by a spirit called M’Sing, which sometimes took the form of a “deer-like creature with leathery wings.”

The Jersey Devil originated with a Pine Barrens resident named Jane Leeds, known as “Mother Leeds.” The legend states that Mother Leeds had twelve children and, after finding she was pregnant for the thirteenth time, cursed the child in frustration, crying that the child would be the “devil.” In 1735, Mother Leeds was in labor on a stormy night while her friends gathered around her. Born as a normal child, the thirteenth child changed to a creature with hooves, a goat’s head, bat wings, and a forked tail. Growling and screaming, the child beat everyone with its tail before flying up the chimney and heading into the pines. In some versions of the tale, Mother Leeds was supposedly a witch and the child’s father was the devil, himself. Some versions of the legend also state that there was a subsequent attempt by local clergymen to exorcise the creature from the Pine Barrens.

Prior to the early 1900s, the Jersey Devil was referred to as the Leeds Devil or the Devil of Leeds, either in connection with the local Leeds family or the eponymous southern New Jersey town, Leeds Point.

“Mother Leeds” has been identified by some as the real-life Deborah Leeds, on grounds that Deborah Leeds’ husband, Japhet Leeds, named twelve children in the will he wrote during 1736, which is compatible with the legend. Deborah and Japhet Leeds also lived in the Leeds Point section of what is now Atlantic County, New Jersey, which is commonly the location of the Jersey Devil story.

5 Responses to “Upcoming Show: The Jersey Devil”

  1. Ron S

    This episode and encounter make perfect sense to me and coincide with everything I have feelings and intuitions about, that life is a spiritual war.

    Personally I’m going to leave my technology at home more often and get outside where I can appreciate nature.

    Planting a tree somewhere in the yard or at one of my favorite spots in the woods sounds kinda cool also. Maybe a Jack pine🤔 their numbers are diminishing. Don’t leave everything in the hands of the government agencies to do. Do your part as well.

    If you haven’t before give it a try. It’s almost like having a kid and watching it grow over the years, it can be a bonding moment for a family or a person to nature, or both… sounds corny but it’s true:)

    Evil doesn’t like it when we bond with nature. You will notice this in various accounts.

    Have a wonderful day everyone!🙏🏼🌞

  2. Ron S

    Some pine trees 🌲 point up like an arrow, most things in nature grow or reach up, they are natural and therefore an obvious link and sign to the Creator. Man is designed to see shapes.

    Man-made things such as pyramids and towers that point up but aren’t obviously pointing up with the sole intent of getting closer to the natural world or the Creator are a mocking of it.


    Technology and mocking of natural things=bad

    If something has human like qualities or qualities of the natural world (but is neither) it’s a prime candidate for evil to infect, possess or use as a springboard.

    If something is trying to scare you away or distract you from positive connections to the natural world or enjoying the natural world, it is nefarious or even evil.

    If something is using biblical numbers such as 3 (holy trinity) or 12 and to you doesn’t feel 100% positive, it could be a mockery. Idk much about the Bible yet but it’s confirming a lot.

    The number 2 or in roman numerals II could be related to Satan believing he is Gods equal and the letter H could be in representation of the roman 2 with a single bridge (being this realm Earth).
    The Jersey Devil is a mocking of the natural world, it has a cloven hoof that leaves 2 impressions with each step.
    Numbers and letters can be signs and very important things to pay attention to.

    I know it all sounds like a crock of poo and if someone had told me this just a few years ago I would’ve thought they were nuts… but hey, you can’t put some things together with just the Bolts you keep it together with “nuts” as well.

    Btw a lightning “bolt” could also reference Lucifer (when god cast him out) now evil uses this symbol as a tongue in cheek wink at each other to evil within in our world.

    This is just my own personal opinion. You can disregard it but just don’t forget it… put it in your memory bank of what some weirdo said that you once read.

    • Ron S

      Now that I think about it for a minute, I don’t believe Lucifer thinks he is equal to God (I’m pretty sure he knows better). It’s more likely that Lucifer has misled himself into thinking he has equal power over mankind as the Creator does, which in turn is how he uses his ignorance to convince some of mankind that he is just as powerful. Things are making more sense by the minute so maybe I should start taking an extra minute before I comment next time:) lol
      There is definite proof that faith in a good God is knowledge, lessons, protection, confidence and peace… that’s all that really matters.
      Trust the process, life on Earth is short but also precious.

  3. Linda B

    Good, thoughtful comments Ron. I’ve always thought the devil was busy trying to make me think he has a lot of power over me until God let me see the difference between God’s power and the devil’s power. No contest-O. God bless him out of the water. A triune God, the very name of Jesus makes these things run away like little babies. I love it. Why? Because the Word of God is so POWERFUL as well …… And it says that every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord. They run from Jesus now just like they did during His earthly ministry. I’ve actually been having a nightmare and can’t speak and Jesus in me sits up and turns and looks at the demon harassing me in my sleep (in my nightmare) and the thing flees. So cool.
    This jersey devil is probably a demon given power to manifest because poor Mother Leeds couldn’t raise one more kid. She should have taken up knitting instead of cursing. Geez.

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