Related, to a degree, to the phenomenon of the thought-form or Tulpa is that of the dangerous poltergeist. As for the German word from which it originates, in English it is “noisy spirit.” The poltergeist is a violent entity which engages in hostile, terrifying activity. It torments those in the home where the activity is taking place, and has the ability to place the victims of the attacks in downright danger. The poltergeist is somewhat different to the average disembodied spirit or Tulpa, however. Faced with the likes of seeing furniture moving across one’s living-room, windows shattering, beds raising off the floor, books flying off their shelves, and electrical items blowing out, it is perfectly natural to ascribe all of this chilling activity to an evil, supernatural entity. Things are not quite as straightforward as that, however. As you will now see. The truth may very well bemuchweirder.