I hope you enjoyed and appreciated Part 1 of this two-part series. Today, we’re continuing with Part 2 which really gets down to the nitty gritty.
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“You must do what the writing tells you to do.” As Christians, true Christians, Believers in the Word of God as written, we know that, “It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God,'” (Matthew 4:4). The Word of God is our Living Bread, the sustenance of our very lives. And yet liberals and non-Believers, even those who dare to call themselves Christians and theologians, do their darnedest to discredit the Word of God.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my History of Halloween Series so far! We touched on jack o’ lanterns first, then broomsticks. Today, we’re discussing the Samhain superstitions behind black cats. This post was originally featured on AncientSuperstitions.com and was penned by a Hispanic mystic and psychic. Now obviously black cats in and of themselves are not bad. I’m rather partial to them myself! We must understand that God created all creatures to be good and kind. And while the Occult has seemed to lay claim to certain of them, others being snakes and owls as well as toads and frogs. But this does not mean that they are evil in and of themselves. That said, you’ll want to look into their history to understand their intertwining with the dark celebration of Halloween. Read on.
Continuing with our History of Halloween Series, we are discussing broomsticks today. This post is brought to you by PagansPath.com. I want you to hear from the mouth of a pagan herself what the history and purpose of the broom is in witchcraft and how that plays into the pagan feast of Samhain (Halloween). If you missed our first post on the history of the jack o’ lantern, you may view it here.
Ah witchcraft. For so long, I thought the terms “Jezebel” and “witchcraft” were synonymous. But upon years of experience and study, I realised that they are not. But I’m getting ahead of myself.
We’ve met the parentals, Baal and the Queen of Heaven. (See Part I, Part II, and Part III.) Then we met Jezzy’s personalities: Delilah, Herod, and Absalom. After that we met her siblings, twin brothers, Perversion and AntiChrist, as well as their sister, Religion. And now, we begin to meet Jezebel’s children, starting with Witchcraft.
Now that we’ve dealt with Jezebel’s parents, Baal and the Queen of Heaven, and met her three personalities, Delilah, Herod, and Absalom, we shall now deal with her two older siblings, starting with Perversion. Perversion is the eldest child born of Baal and Asherah (the Queen of Heaven, also known as Ashtoreth, Astarte, Ishtar, Isis, the Triple/Mother Goddess, etc.). But to understand this spirit, we must first understand his natural expression, Tammuz.