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Astral projection. Likely, from either media, church, or some other dark source, you’ve heard of this practice. Also identified as soul travel, this practice is MUCH more common than you would think. At the time of my writing this, it’s just days before Halloween, and this actually plays a role in some of the Halloween (Samhain) symbolism we’re so used to seeing, namely the witch on the broom. But first, I’d like to share some past experiences with you.
Hello friends! We’re continuing with learning about “The Origin of Demons.” In Part I, we dealt with the first theory: that fallen angels and demons are synonymous. In Part II, we dealt with the theory that fallen angels are the disembodied spirits of a pre-Adamic race created, judged, and disembodied between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2. In this post, we’ll deal with the third theory: that demons are the disembodied spirits of the “Seed of the Serpent.” We’ll also get into why in biblical, historical, and mythological views, the Seed of the Serpent so hated humanity (and hates them still). Let’s dive in!
This is Part II of Exploring Jezebel's Family Tree: Witchcraft. If you missed Part I, you can catch it here! To catch the whole series, see here.
All forms of magic and witchcraft, whether socially acceptable or not, whether white or black, whether helping a cop find a missing child or cursing a woman to barrenness are all undoubtedly wicked in the eyes of God and a snare that keeps people from knowing Him and or growing deeper in Him. It will deceive you if you let it, and sometimes, even when you don’t.
In the last two posts, we dealt with Baal and Ashtoreth and we will finish up dealing with them in this post before we move on to the rest of Jezebel’s wicked family tree. In this particular post, we’ll delve into the far reach of this false father-god and mother-goddess.