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Who is the man in a suit?
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I have done some research and stumbled upon a game called “red door yellow door.” Apparently it’s a form of astral projection, but it’s slightly different. The rules of the game say that you need a guide with you, and when you do enter your dream state to stay away from the man with the suit. People have experienced bloody walls around them, tapestries made of bones. One person on reddit even witnessed him murder someone. So my question is, does anybody know who he is? What secrets is he protecting? That’s the rumor behind his motives anyhow. Please, don’t try this game to answer this question I simply want to know from the ones who have tried it
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Re: Who is the man in a suit?
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What does the game entail, or is the whole object to avoid the man in the suit?
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I think I know who you are talking about. While I haven't played the game. I have noticed a man in a suit with no eyes and just a black face and black body which seemed to be made out of negative energy. He does not speak to me just stands in a distance from me and watches. No matter what I seem to do I can't shake him off.

I personally think he's just a form of negative energy. I don't think he is keeping any secrets, but is most likely to react to a person violently. If seeing this being in astral realm or spirit world. I recommend to cleanse your space soon after and protect yourself.

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Interesting, I think that matches many of the stories.
Since you seem to have more experience in this, do you have any idea what the room of clocks is? It’s supposed to have the power to trap you in this state. The only other consistency I’ve found from researching is an old hag that people find around. I still haven’t talked to anyone who has talked to her though, mainly because of the evil presence they get from her.

As for magpies question, here’s a link to a site where they describe how to play the game and some of the cautions to adhere to:

https://www.scaryforkids.com/red-door-yellow-door/
(As always, if anybody new is looking at this here’s a reminder to take appropriate precautions before practicing this!)

I’d also recommend looking up a game called cat scratch on the same site, I have for the most part confirmed that this game legitimately gives you scratches on your back, with varying degrees of intensity. I have no idea as to how this game came about either, although many have posted on a variety of forums a bunch of unconfirmed stories. If anybody knows the history to this, I’d love to hear about it!
(Please don’t try this game, it’s far more malicious. I’m also doubtful that the clocks could truly trap you in such a state by the way, but it’s best to be safe)
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There are never any clocks when this man is around. I am normally speaking to my guide at this time, I had banished him when I was there because he was disturbing me. He has not bother me since. I always thought the reason why he never attacked me was because my spirit guide was close by.

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Re: Who is the man in a suit?
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Well, don’t deal in absolute. Many people have reported clocks in rooms, sometimes with the man, sometimes without. Your experience doesn’t mean everybody’s, but thanks for telling me your perspective, I appreciate it! (:
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I've seen this man too, but only in dreams. I'm keeping this thread on watch xx

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Re: Who is the man in a suit?
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I have been reading this post with interest for some time, just waiting to see how things will enfold.I was not planning to get involved, but now that I saw that Benwrighta posted the link for "the game" decided it is about time to get involved before people get hurt.

First of all, I will be more worried of who is the so called Guide, and if they know what are doing rather than just messing around with your consciousness, while you in vulnerable state of mind. Initially, I assumed by Guide you meant spiritual guide as of spiritual being not human. Although, it is recommended that during any spiritual ordeal or journeying, hosting or partial possession, there is a Sitter or Watcher, one must be very very careful to pick the right person with the right motives and skills. For example, ideally they should have been trained to administer first aid, and are trained to can handle people, who can become mentally and emotionally unstable and potentially dangerous to themselves and others. The door technique is widely used by hypnotherapist in order to aid the subject to switch from Beta brain waves functioning state of the brain to Alpha and possibly Theta. Emotionally traumatized and very overwhelmed individuals can directly switch to Delta state, and eventually become absolutely unresponsive to any stimulus. These are the situations in which the skills of the Sitter come into play. Because while the so called subject is in any of these states, The Sitter is responsible for maintaining their physical and mental well-being. Additionally, people in trance states or dreamlike states function in a state in which they are open to any kind of suggestions an affirmations, and they are able to crate false memories in order to create traumas. This can especially happen, if the person that put them in this state suggested ever so slightly that there is/was foul play. Moreover, the subject can auto-sugest to themselves psychosomatic symptoms. Such as what can appear as skin redness/rash and light scratches.The Sitter must be very very careful in everything they do or say, so that they do not influence the subjects' experiences and turn them dark not realizing it even.

Everything in the provided instructions is included with the sole aim to put you in hypnotic/dreamlike state. Starting from the choice of words/ideas/images and their repetition, to the positions of the bodies of both participants. Note the structure of the questions. They literally dictate what you should be experiencing, and people in this state will most likely follow these instructions and change their inner reality, as they experience it internally to match what is expected from them. The words chosen are too specific.

The carefully picked questions should be neutral. Here is the list changed to be neutral and not to prompt certain response.

Where are you?
What do you see/experience?
Describe the things you see in terms of colour and shape?
How the things you see are influencing your emotions?
Do you feel safe to continue ahead and to explore the place you are experiencing?

Note there is nothing suggested or very highly specific so no response is influenced or prompted.

This is no game. It is exercise to aid someone to switch to higher state of consciousness, which has its pros and cones.

There is secondary reason why one should pick their Sitter very carefully. The said Sitter better be able to do trance work themselves, and to have had established spiritual connection with you beforehand, so they can reach you in case you end up anyway in some Space full with negative beings and experiences. If they can do energy manipulation, and are able to channel the Light even better. Negative beings will stay away from anyone, who can channel the Light, including anyone they are in physical and spiritual contact too. The Sitter/Watcher must be able to jump in and out of the trance quickly because remember they are also responsible for keeping your physical body safe, at the same time. If one has spiritual guides, which can assist them in their spiritual journeys/trances is even better, but in this case the guide should be able to get along with the Sitter too. I would never recommend relaying on spiritual guide and Sitter that cannot get along at all.

The Man in the Suit, The Man with the Hat, The Monk, The Hag are not humans at all. They were never humans nor will ever be. They are beings which have many names all around the world and many forms. They are entities of the Shadow another Space, which also has many many names. Lets call the place The Abyss, as the dead human spirits call it. They are not who, they are what. When I was child, they used to watch me all the time. They watch to find weakness, and they usually do not mess with most humans, unless said human is really gifted in trance work and energy manipulation. They have the ability to change your emotional and energetic states, and thus manipulate the reality you experience in your dreams and in any state that is not your normal awake state. If the person can switch naturally between the states, eventually they creep up on them, even in their mundane awake state of mind.The only way to stay away from them is to remain in your normal/mundane, awake state as long as possible. However, if they are highly invested in you, they will find you anywhere at any time. They do not experience time like we do, and they are not bound to location for most part as us humans are bound to our bodies. These beings are predators, and are extremely sneaky and cleaver. All these visions of bloody walls and such are most likely their doing.

It is indeed better to go up to the Light place than down to The Dark. I have had before a dream with the Hag, but it was not just a dream. I just managed to reach the Light place, and she dragged me down by manipulating my dream, so I fell down towards darkness so so fast. I knew it then and there, I must wake up immediately, remain in in awake state, where she cannot reach me easy.

You will never be trapped in trance forever. Especially, if you found a good Sitter and good guides. Once I became trapped because I would not let go of this Place. I did not want to let go and return to my body, and spiritual beings dragged me back in my body. I was told I wont be allowed to stay in other planes of existence more than 24 hours or my body would have been in decline. I have dragged people out of higher states myself. You cannot stay there for days, or your body will eventually waste away.

It is very unlikely that if you "die" in this state your physical body will die too. Astral body and spiritual body cannot die. They can undergo dead alike experience, but they exist beyond time and space. Once one of these beings got me in my sleep, and was choking me. I must have stopped to breath in my sleep, and I was dying for real. Then, I heard the voice of my Higher Self repeating over and over with urgency "Wake up or you will die for real". I woke up and realized that I was struggling for breath in real life too. The Sitter should be able take you out of the higher state of consciousness, without having to shake you violently. There are special ways and techniques to achieve that. Spiritual guide or your own Higher Self should be able to do it too, if you have good relationship with them.

The clock room also has many names. I call it the clock garden. Used to draw it a lot as a teenager in my automatic drawings. It is between space in between spaces so to speak. I would not recommend people ,who are not well traveled spiritually to go there.

One more thing. If you are spiritual medium, channeler, physical medium, shaman, or anyone that can become vessel of any being either partially or fully, never ever play this so called "game". Then it is not a game it is a hazard. Especially, if are unable to pick up a good fight for the control of your body, mind, emotional state and spirit or you will put yourself and your Sitter in harms way.
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Something upsetting I found on the spiritual forums... Apparently this man in formal clothing has been seen by others than just you. http://www.spiritualforums.com/vb/showthread.php?t=69520 I wonder what his intentions are, who he is, where he came from.
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Re: Who is the man in a suit?
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I'm curious about this because when I was in college, I felt like there was a threatening male presence in our apartment, and he sounds kind of similar to what you guys are describing. I was pretty psychologically vulnerable at the time and I hadn't really worked on any kind of psychic defenses so maybe that's why. definitely unnerving tho.
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