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Pagan occultic rituals can’t match God’s power

We are once again in the season where heightened interest in the occult is taking place in North America and other parts of the Western Hemisphere. Some people are looking to be frightened for fun whether in seances, haunted houses, or horror movies, while others are seeking more power to manipulate situations and other people… Continue reading Pagan occultic rituals can’t match God’s power

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Ties that blind: Wicca’s dance with the devil

We are once again in the season of Halloween, an un-holiday I hate because of its occultic overtones. It is one of the most celebrated days for Satanists and witches. Satanists mark it with a human sacrifice while witches celebrate with a sexual sacrifice. The most prominent form of witchcraft in the Western Hemisphere is… Continue reading Ties that blind: Wicca’s dance with the devil

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Nothing is hallowed about Halloween

Samhain (pronounced sow-in or sah-ween, meaning “summer’s end”) began as a Celtic celebration of the harvest, the end of the old year and beginning of a new one, and a celebration of death many centuries ago.  The various rituals during the celebrations were led by the Druids who were the priest class of the Celts.  During this… Continue reading Nothing is hallowed about Halloween

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Of divinations and the damned: Halloween’s deceit

Samhain (pronounced sow-in or sah-ween, meaning "summer's end") began as a Celtic celebration centuries ago to commemorate the end of their old year and the beginning of a new one.  The various rituals on this night were led by the Druids who were the priest class of the Celts.  During this time of the year, all livestock… Continue reading Of divinations and the damned: Halloween’s deceit