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Witchcraft Burning

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , on November 20, 2021 by andelino

The “Home Birth Cord Burning Ceremony” is yet another stunning illustration of the “Witchcraft and Sorcery” mentioned in the Bible.

“I chose to have this Home Birth Cord Burning Ceremony as a tribute to my ancestors, to reestablish the traditions of the granny midwives, to seal the power, intimacy and magic from the labor and delivery with all of the energy from everyone present while protected by all of our ancestors.”

What, “witchcraft” you say? Yep.

Have you noticed how much of an inroad being made by “witchcraft” these days? And don’t give me that “white” witchcraft nonsense, there is no such thing as “good” witchcraft, it is all anti-God and it glorifies Satan. All witchcraft is bad.

All people are religious by nature, meaning we are built to worship “something”, even if it’s our own intellect. So people who reject God need an object upon which to administer worship, with most of the world’s lost and unsaved people worshiping the earth itself.

Funny thing, though, how many burning ceremonies that lost people have. Fire and flames are always associated with judgment, hell and the lake of fire in the Bible. The Mafia “burns a card” of a Catholic saint, the Masons have their “burning sands” ritual, Catholics “burn candles” and occultists engage in events like “Burning Man” and other satanic indulgences. New Age witches “burn sage” and now “umbilical cords” in their efforts to become “one with the world.”

The following was taken from an Instagram channel called “Healthier Moms”, devoted to pregnancy and postpartum, headed by a medical doctor and with just under 1 million followers.

“Traditionally as a people we burn not cut the umbilical cord as it is less traumatic spiritual when disconnecting baby and the placenta. The ceremony also slows things down in after birthing space to create a deeper intimacy with everyone present. Each person holding candles set intentions for the baby and mother. With this being my last pregnancy I want to also seal this chapter of my life with love and gratitude. I am so grateful to my midwife @amothersworth for supporting me with wanting to do this ceremony. I am grateful to @nicole hamic for capturing these pure moments. It is so important for black birth and traditions to be archived and shared. There is so much beauty and knowledge that has yet to be seen. I want my fellow Queen Sisters/Mothers to know that they can birth the way they want, they have the power to birth safely and to advocate for themselves by listening to their inner voice and trust their bodies.”

If you’re not careful, you just might achieve your goal. 2 Peter 3:10-13 will tell you all about what will happen to this old world. Witchcraft is much more widespread than you might think, you see it in the Green Movement, Gaia, and even yoga.

“The rest of mankind who were not killed by these plagues still did not repent of the work of their hands; they did not stop worshiping demons, and idols of gold, silver, bronze, stone and wood—idols that cannot see or hear or walk. Nor did they repent of their murders, their magic arts, their sexual immorality or their thefts.” (Revelation 9:20-21)


Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on October 6, 2020 by andelino

Whitlock: USA or NBA? That is An Easy Choice For Me
by Jason Whitlock

I skipped most of Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

I can’t take it anymore. The kneeling. Black Lives Matter splashed across the court. The finger-wagging, self-righteous commercials. The “Vote” T-shirts. The silly slogans on the back of the jerseys.

But more than any of that, it’s the LeBron James worship that made me check out. It started in the last five minutes of the Western Conference Finals. I turned my TV off.

I tried to re-engage Wednesday night. LeBron James vs. the Miami Heat is interesting. Pat Riley’s system vs. James and Anthony Davis. That’s a fascinating dichotomy.

And then one player, Heat reserve Meyers Leonard, stood for the national anthem. One player had the balls to disagree with the “group-think.” One player. A player unlikely to take the court.

Basketball is my first love. My dad used to take me and my brother to the Indianapolis Fairgrounds to see the Indiana Pacers play in the ABA. We sat up high in the cheap seats. I loved Darnell Hillman’s afro and dunks.

By my teen years, I was a full-blown Pacers nut job. I stayed up late and listened to games on the radio. Love of the Pacers sparked my love of newspapers. I read about the Pacers in the Indianapolis Star and the Indianapolis News. I called broadcaster Bob Lamey’s radio show to criticize the Pacers’ lame moves. Billy Knight and Alex English were two of my favorite players.

Eventually Magic Johnson joined the NBA and I became his biggest fan. I’ve loved professional basketball for 50 years.

LeBron James is destroying my love for the game. James, Nike and China have dragged the NBA into a racial propaganda war with the United States as the opposition.

I feel like I’m being forced to choose between love of country and love of basketball.

That’s not a hard choice for me. I choose America. I can survive without the NBA. The NBA apparently can’t survive without pleasing communist-run China.

That’s what’s going on here. American basketball fans are no longer a priority for the NBA. That’s the difference between LeBron James and Michael Jordan as it relates to political activism.

When Jordan was in his prime, Nike cared about the American shoe market. Jordan stayed away from polarizing political issues because he wanted everyone in America to buy his shoes. Jordan was America First. LeBron is a Global Citizen. He wants everyone in China to buy his shoes.

That’s why his marketing plan includes smearing America as inherently racist and ignoring China’s blatant anti-black racism and human rights abuses.

Jordan “increased” the popularity of the NBA here at home. LeBron has “decreased” the game’s popularity here at home in hopes of increasing its appeal in Asia. The calculus may increase James’ wealth, but it diminishes his legacy in the mind of most American sports fans.

I can’t take it right now. It’s hard to watch NBA games. I’ve watched the Bubble with the audio turned low so it’s easy for me to ignore the self-righteous commercials and the worship of James, George Floyd, Jacob Blake and Breonna Taylor.

I don’t dislike James or Floyd, Blake and Taylor. I just don’t believe in treating them like they’re Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks or Medgar Evars.

I hope the NFL doesn’t put me in a similar position as the NBA. At least a majority of the NFL players aren’t taking a knee during the anthem. At least Black Lives Matter, a “Marxist, anti-religion” organization, isn’t scrawled across football fields.

If I have to choose between love of country and love of sports, I’m going to choose the United States of America.

Last night, I watched bits and pieces of the first half of Heat-Lakers. I skipped the entire second half. Black Lives Matter and Antifa are burning down a country I love.

I’m not going to support a group of “pampered millionaires” who support the anarchists destroying the country that made them rich.

The Black Lives Matter movement and its organization represents many different things to many different people. Some, view it as a long overdue civil rights movement; others see it as a “Marxist first, black lives last” group that causes destruction and division for all.

What people are not debating about on a large scale, is weather Black Lives Matter is also a religion. Is it a spiritual movement, run by witches who compel millions of people to perform their rituals and offerings, without them even knowing it? This brings a whole other level to the derogatory title when people referred to as “sheeple.”

In today’s video I discuss how two of the Black Lives Matter leaders, Patrisse Cullors (BLM co-founder) and Dr. Melina Abdullah, (co-founder of the BLM Los Angeles chapter) have openly admitted that Black Lives Matter is a spiritual movement at its core, that involves evoking dead spirits and practicing rituals to their God.

Trust me, it sounds crazy but WATCH the video for yourself.

I’m all for freedom of religion, but how crazy is it that the estimated 15 to 26 million people in the U.S. who have attended such BLM protests or “ceremonies” most likely had no clue they were practicing some sort of West African religion that closely resembles witchcraft.

Additionally, how ironic is it that some Christian leaders have come out supporting the movement, even using the Black Lives Matter hashtag in solidarity with what Patrisse Cullors says is to literally to evoke spirits of the dead.

Somehow 2020 just keeps on getting weirder and weirder.

Once again mainstream media hasn’t said a peep about another “good to know fact”, all because it does not fit their narrative.

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