‘Wicked’ Month: Pole Shifts, Economic Haywire, Tornadoes, etc.

posted by Jael Ever @ 15:18 PM
October 7, 2013

helloban    Most people remain unaware that October is the high witchcraft activity month around the world.  Thus, don’t be surprised at the U.S. government shutdown, possible default that could send the world into another Great Depression, suicides and police shootings at the White House, unexpected tornadoes or other things this fall. Witch-crafters design them for failure and death.

In ‘ Witches and Warlock––Annual Wiccan Holidays,’ Holiday Insights.com explains:  “There are eight holidays on the Wiccan Calendar. These Wiccan holidays are called ‘Sabbats.’ The [Wicca] New Year begins on October 31st, Halloween night . . . witches and warlocks celebrate their holidays from sundown on the date of the holiday through sundown the next day.

“Also known as Samhain or All Hallow’s Eve. This is New Years on the Druid calendar. The wall between earth and the underworld is thin at this time of year. On  Halloween night, the wall opens. Samhain, the Lord of  Darkness,  rises from the underworld. He roams the world looking for lost souls. It is an evil and wicked night, a perfect night for a witch to celebrate New Years!”

Yes.  Satan himself visits witchcraft celebratory sights around the world on October 31st.  Such rituals were common pumpkin-Halloweenpractices in the pagan world that true Christianity battled against and won in most nations during the last 2,000 years.

That phenomenal success pushed such witchcraft practices––including child kidnapping, drug and human trafficking, prostitution of all types, and human sacrifices––underground. It is now done in heavily wooded areas or in deep sub-terranian basements. These covens include many prominent people in high places.

In her book, ‘The Witch That Switched,’ Irene Park, an ex-witch who reigned high up in Satanic circles before she found The LORD Jesus Christ as Savior, discusses some of these practices in detail.

In online Bible lessons, The Apostle Paul cautions Christians not to “have fellowship” with such works of darkness.  Having fellowship would include not imitating––such as in Halloween costuming––but exposing them where possible:

“And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.  For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret.  But all things that are reproved are made manifest by the light: for whatsoever doth make manifest is light (Ephesians 5: 11 – 13).”

Halloween is not a time of holi/holy days for Christians. Costumes and masks represent evil, because they hide reality.  This year––perhaps more urgent as the world is so near the end of time––October demands Christians to fervently pray for God’s protection over individuals, families and nations.

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