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Occult / Magic


Wicca Spells - What is Wicca

 

What is Wicca and what are Wicca spells? While it is rooted in ancient pagan beliefs, the Wicca religion, as it is practiced now, is only about 50-years-old. Wicca is a belief system cobbled together in the 1940's and 1950's by Gerald Gardner from a variety of religious traditions and beliefs as well as Freemason rituals. Since Gardner published several books espousing his system of worship, many offshoots and variations of Wicca have sprung up.  Read More >>

Wicca Spells - What is Wicca

Cause and Effect of Witchcraft

 

What part of The Church has been bewitched? Carnality and legalism are two problems. Legalism is the greatest single threat to the purposes of GOD. Not all supernatural manifestations come from GOD. Many seminaries today are putting out servants of Satan. For every genuine manifestation of GOD there is a counterfeit which is a cheap imitation of the real thing. When one strays into major doctrinal error, he will slide into moral errors. Witchcraft is going to infiltrate The Church, and in many instances, we can see it already. Witchcraft can turn an entire church away from truth into false doctrines by infiltration, perversion and deceit.  Read More >>

Cause and Effect of Witchcraft

Is astrology Mentioned in the Bible

 

Astrology is becoming popular, with many people regarding it to be a source of wise counsel. What does God say about those who consult with astrologers and use astrology as guidance for their lives? For curiosity and amusement, millions of ordinary citizens read the daily horoscopes published in mass-circulation newspapers. Is it okay to have this kind of casual 'fun' interest in astrology? What counsel does the Bible give on this type of issue?  Read More >>

Is astrology Mentioned in the Bible

What does God say about people who use amulets

 

Amulets are magic charms worn by people to protect themselves from negative energies, evil and injury, and also to bring good luck. Together with other kinds of talismans, amulets are becoming very popular today. They are usually crystals, Celtic crosses, or other mystical jewelry worn as a pendant on a necklace or bracelet or hung on a chain dangling from the rear view mirror of automobiles.  Read More >>

What does God say about people who use amulets

What does the Bible say about crystals

 

A lot of people are fascinated with crystals, many regarding them to possess mystical power that can be utilized for healing purposes. Some believe that crystals can also stimulate spiritual growth and bring about a positive transformation in life experience. Is it O.K. to be actively involved with crystal healing and crystal power? What counsel does the Bible give in this matter?  Read More >>

What does the Bible say about crystals

What About Tarot Cards

 

Somewhere early in their development, the cards were also used for fortune telling and advising. The message of the Tarot is appealing because of its mysticism and partial truth. While the cards may correctly say that man has a problem, and needs help from the outside, their solution is wrong. Many who use the Tarot think it will help them manipulate their destinies. Thus the Tarot is as an occultic tool. But let's look a little closer at this tool.  Read More >>

What About Tarot Cards

What is wrong with Ouija boards, or contacting spirits

 

There has always been a fascination to communicate with the “spirit world.” Some feel that once a person has died, their “spirit” supernaturally has access to knowledge or information that wouldn’t be available to those of us who are alive. Others enjoy the novelty and are just curious, “what would it be like to communicate with a supernatural entity?” Thus, many pull out Ouija boards, or visit psychics, or mediums in hopes of finding answers to their future.  Read More >>

What is wrong with Ouija boards, or contacting spirits

A Biblical Perspective on Hypnotism

 

There are many problems or dangers associated with hypnotism, “not the least of which is the release of one’s mind to the suggestions and control of another person. ... the Christian is to be filled with the Holy Spirit, he is not to permit his mind to be controlled by another person ... or to permit the possibility of influence by spirit entities” (The Facts on Holistic Health, p. 29). According Dave Hunt, author of Occult Invasion, “hypnosis involves a highly suggestible state in which one is controlled by . . .  Read More >>

A Biblical Perspective on Hypnotism

Acupuncture and the Bible

 

Most holistic healers believe that illness is a spiritual condition, and they use methods based in occultism and Eastern religious views. Acupuncture originates in the belief that the yin-yang forces flow along invisible pathways in the body called meridians, and that illness results from an imbalance in these forces, or the blockage of these forces. Inserting the needles at certain points is supposed to allow a balanced flow of the body's yin and yang energies.  Read More >>

Acupuncture and the Bible

What is Yoga

 

Everybody loves yoga; sixteen and a half million Americans practice it regularly, and twenty-five million more say they will try it this year. If you’ve been awake and breathing air in the twenty-first century, you already know that this Hindu practice of health and spirituality has long ago moved on from the toe-ring set. Yoga is American; it has graced the cover of Time twice, acquired the approval of A-list celebrities like Madonna, Sting, and Jennifer Aniston, and is still the go-to trend story for editors and reporters, who produce an average of eight yoga stories a day in the English-speaking world.  Read More >>

What is Yoga

Transcendental Meditation

 

In order to understand Transcendental Meditation and other extensions of Hindu philosophy, it's important to investigate the foundation of Hinduism itself. Hinduism began in India around 1500 and 2500 B.C. It is the world's oldest organized religion. Adherents of Hinduism differ in belief systems, with no dominant doctrine or overarching truth. Hinduism has its background in ancient paganism, in which nature, animals, and humanity are represented by various gods and goddesses.  Read More >>

Transcendental Meditation

New Age Movement

 

The New Age Movement (NAM) is both a religious and a social movement. In fact, Western culture is currently experiencing a phenomenal, spiritual, ideological, and sociological shift. It is a religious world view that is alien and hostile to Christianity. It's a multi-focused, multi-faceted synthesis, in varying degrees, of the Far Eastern, mystical religions, mainly Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, and Western Occultism, adapted to and influenced by Western, materialistic culture.  Read More >>

New Age Movement

The Illuminati Chronicles

 

May 1, 1776 - Adam Weishaupt (code named Spartacus) establishes a secret society called the Order of the Illuminati. Weishaupt is the Professor of Canon Law at the University of Ingolstadt in Bavaria, part of Germany. [This date, May Day, is to become highly significant to the Soviet Communists. They held festive military parades on this day.] The Illuminati seek to establish a New World Order. Their objectives are as follows: . . .  Read More >>

The Illuminati Chronicles

Freemasons

 

On the surface, Freemasonry looks wholesome. There is fellowship, loyalty, and the support of good causes such as burn units in hospitals. The masonic motto is "Making good men better". Few men understand what they are getting into when they become Masons. Most Masons join because they trust friends, family members, or church members who invite them. Others join for business connections or political votes. Some men join because of masonic charities. Most men who join have no idea that, during their initiation, they will be required to make solemn blood oaths.  Read More >>

Freemasons

Pentecostal Slain in the Spirit

 

The falling of people in todays services, especially in this latest revival has no relationship whatsoever to the few Biblical accounts they attempt to use to prove their beliefs. Every text they have tried to use is taken completely out of its context and these leaders are guilty of wresting the Scriptures in a vain attempt to validate their practice.  Read More >>

Pentecostal Slain in the Spirit

What does the Bible say about Voodoo

 

Voodoo is a name for several religious practices derived from West African Voodoo. The original West African Voodoo is a polytheistic religion called Vodon (also spelled Vodun, Voudoun, Vodou, Vaudoux, Vodoun or Voudou). This religion honors a god with a dual nature, both masculine and feminine, and spirits that rule nature as well as spirits in rocks, rivers, trees, etc. These spirits are the vodon or vudu. This form of Voodoo also includes animal sacrifices and ancestor worship.  Read More >>

What does the Bible say about Voodoo

Shamanism

 

Shamanism is considered to be of the occult. Their methods are similar to other occult practices and beliefs such as channeling and the use of spirits coming in the form of animals (called power animals and shape shifters). It is claimed that the practitioner takes on those shapes himself. Shamanism is found from Brazil, Columbia and Peru, to Mongolia, Native Americans and worldwide New Age believers among others.  Read More >>

Shamanism