We recently had a diagnosed SZ house guest with a troubled past. I wont go into details about them. The day they left my entire family saw objects move and heard audible voices at the same time. So if its a real disease how could it be contagious like this?
My wife being a strong Christian told it to leave in Jesus name and we have had no problems since.
This is my testimony of what went on and has no religion at all. These are just the facts.
As Drifter said (above) schizophrenia is a mental illness - it cannot be passed on to others. As far as seeing things move and hearing voices - that has absolutely nothing to do with schizophrenia. Perhaps your troubled houseguest left 'something' behind. I agree with your wife, leave it in the Lord's hands. If things continue (i.e. voices and moving objects) I would strongly suggest that you have your home blessed a.s.a.p before the situation gets out of hand. I send my very best! Take care ......
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