NB Commentary: Let me start by saying, this video is not designed to offend anyone. I am merely using a bit of logic and attempting to show a simple correlation. I was inspired to make this video because of the post I saw the other day, asking, “Are you involved In Witchcraft and Don’t Even Know It?” My response to this post flowed like water and I felt it only fair to share my thoughts with my YouTube audience.
Whenever I upload a video discussing the I Ching Oracle system, I typically get a Christian backlash saying I should come to Jesus and give up the ways of the Devil as it is written in the bible that divining and other such “occult” practices are witchcraft!
So let’s start with the definition of occultand move on from there.
of or relating to magic, astrology, or any system claiming use or knowledge of secret or supernatural powers or agencies.
beyond the range of ordinary knowledge or understanding; mysterious.
secret; disclosed or communicated only to the initiated.
hidden from view.
not apparent on mere inspection but discoverable by experimentation.
of a nature not understood, as physical qualities. dealing with such qualities; experimental: occult science.
the supernatural or supernatural agencies and affairs considered as a whole 11. to become hidden or shut off from view.
It is written in the Bible that at 12 years of age, the Messiah spoke to the elders in the Temple of great wonders and amazed them that he knew so much at such a young age.
He spoke about the metaphysics, temperaments and healing. Later he change water into wine, raised the dead, healed leprosy, fed 5,000 people with 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish, (how did he do that?). It must have taken all day to get to all of them. I go to the foodbank and that line takes hours and it’s only about 150 people in line.
He bi-located, and possessed Elijah.
He walked on water and became invisible to his enemies.
He put the servant’s ear back on.
He made predictions and interpreted dreams.
He suffered, according to the text, the most horrific torture imaginable and managed to live thru it.
After his demise on the cross, he rose from the dead with the help of two “invisible angels” no less. Then Ascended into Heaven, which is where? He levitated into the sky without a spaceship or rocket fuel? And where did he go? He sits at the right hand of the Father which is himself, which means he is besides himself, or he doubled himself? Now that’s magic if you ask me. A serious magic show for real especially since no one has seen where he went and so many believe he is there. Can I get a vote for Jesus being a wizard at least here? I know, I know, you want to call it miracles… miracles..magic… miracles..magic… healing… laying on of hands…. He even changed his hair color from dark brown to blond! More and more magic!!
Now, to me that there man, is a wizard, anybody following that man is a wizard, sorcerer or witch lover. Anyone praying for that man to heal the sick, fill their bank accounts with money, get them a new car, pass a test, be cured of cancer, have a safe journey in an airplane, find a lost loved one, speaking in tongues, catching the Holy Ghost, giving God the Glory for acquiring a huge sum of money, paying tithes, interpreting dreams, hear God’s voice and messages and more are all casting spells and using witchcraft.
It always amazes me when folks call the stuff humans do, witchcraft, yet somehow they don’t see it as magic or witchcraft when the Messiah did it. In fact they say he showed himself as God’s Son.
Would the real son of God deny his brethren the gifts he had? Would he not be being selfish? And would that show he was not really the Son of God but some selfish charlatan instead. A charlatan who professed to love his neighbor as himself but would hoard his precious treasure of abilities from his neighbor.
Hmmmmm, I sense a contradiction here.
And let’s not forget Holy Communion, the eating of the “flesh and Blood” of the Messiah which guarantees everlasting life which harkens back to cannibalism and vampirism. And can I get an applause for this term? “Washing in the blood of Christ.” I hear that the witches wash in the blood of pigs, goats, and chickens. This practice seems eerily similar to what the witches do.
Can we take a look at the vestments that are worn by the so-called Holy Men of the Church across the spectrum from the “backwards collar to the full garb in the colors red, black, white and purple.
And if you say, you do not worship idols like those Catholics, how many of you pledge allegiance to the flag, honor the Presidents with holiday shopping and fireworks, erect statues, monuments and huge paintings of dead people.
Oh, and let’s not forget the burning of candles, incense and the sprinkling of Holy Water.
In the Christian Churches the congregation engages in ritual chanting they call singing hymns or gospel music, that is so powerful sometimes it draws tears from those who listen. And the folks who listen hard enough and eagerly enough may soon find themselves “filled with the Holy Ghost”. Hmmmm, a Ghost that is Holy. How ironic.
And from what I hear, the Book of Psalms is full of incantations and certain Psalms have been recited in hopes for a desired effect. I personally love the “Yeah, though I walk through the valley of death…….” Christians have been known to tell other Christians which ones to recite for specific purposes.
For those of you still in denial about the level of sorcery in Christianity, I am sure you do not even celebrate Halloween, cutting into a pumpkin and setting a candle inside of it. Do you go to masquerade parties or allow your children to dress up in costumes and prowl the area asking for “tricks or treats (magic and offerings).”
And you certainly do not cut down trees, bring them into your home and light millions of lights around it and your house. It’s the festival of lights, bringing light into the darkness of winter, but surely that is not sorcery or witchcraft.
You have to hand it to the social engineers who have fully duped the masses to the point that they don’t even realize that many if not all of their “holy days” are left overs from pagan festivals, including going to Church on the day of the Sun. If you think that’s a stretch well, Ra is the sun God and his day is Sunday, so worshiping the Lord on Sunday, equates to worshiping the Sun.
If you scoff at oracles, how many of you toss a coin, “heads or tails” when you are unable to make a decision? How many of you look for signs to let you know you are on the right path, how many of you see waking up in the morning as a “sign” that God has blessed you?
And while I am speaking of signs, Catholics “bless” themselves with the sign of the cross and Christians wear the “sign” of the Messiah’s death around their necks, in their cars, on their night tables, etc. Could it be that the “Church” decided what “signs” were good and “which ones were “evil” in some random fashion or was it deliberate?
Christianity is the bastion of witchcraft, the only difference being, since Christians do it, that makes it of the light, and when those who are not Christian do it, it is considered darkness or demon worship. And even though, if a person is “possessed” with demons, the Christian will call in an exorcist, carrying a cross and rosary beads (talismans) to magically chase that demon away, in the name of Jesus.
I wonder if you all realize that Jesus Christ as you call upon him, is an Ancestor? That is someone who lived in human flesh, walked the earth, talked to people, had a following and then died. Of course you would not equate his rising from the dead as vampire-ish or ghoulish or zombi-ish, because he was given the title “the exalted One” so what he did made him different from all the other vampires, ghouls and zombies, even though he did the exact same thing. And worshiping him is Ancestor worship.
Of all the things I have mentioned, it has to be obvious that a whole lot of magic is going on among people of the Christian faith. They throw up their arms, wave them in the air, pray using the sign of a pyramid, close their eyes and hope to be heard by God, their prayers answered after this ritual is completed. They teach their children, who teach their children who teach theirs, and so on for generations and generations… never forgetting to add that they are the Holy Ones, the Selected Ones, the Ones of the Light (Illuminati perhaps), they have been washed clean in “red” blood (which I seriously can’t understand how you can become clean washed in blood) but of course it’s all symbolic, which only smacks of more witchcraft and sorcery as they use these and many other symbols to “invoke” the power and/or the “wrath” of God.
I cannot see how that is any different from a rain dance, yoga, chanting, cards and in my case, Divining with the I Ching. And that’s what I got to say about that!
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