MM writes: “I’m listening to trance/techno music, as well as Christian music. I have been told by a priest not to listen to techno/trance type music since I went to a spiritual renewal. But I never got a chance to ask why and what its roots are. . . . “
JP writes: “Teresa of Long Island says she is Roman Catholic and displays Our Lady in her front yard. She seems sincere and is generous with her ‘gift’. Her readings do comfort people in their grief. Please share your views.”
MB asks: “The New Age often refers to Jesus as just another ascended master. What exactly is that?” Read the rest…
KB writes: “My friend’s mother is a spiritist medium. The mom wants to visit (stay for a while) but my friend is afraid of having her mom over because she knows her mother is a medium and she (my friend) has children at home she wants to protect from any ‘spirits’ her mother has attached to her. My friend made a mistake by allowing her mom to babysit her newborn then learned that the mom ‘gave’ the baby some spirit gift. How can my friend remove anything given by the misguided grandma?
“How can she honor her mother (who will at some point perhaps need to live with her daughter as she ages), yet protect herself and her family? The daughter is a practicing Catholic.”
Someone recently wrote to us asking if it’s okay to use a regular deck of cards to tell futures. This person has friends who are described as being “very devoted Catholics” who attend Mass and pray the rosary every day. They have strong faith, but love to read cards and are surprisingly accurate. Is this wrong?
MP asks: “Okay, this may be nothing. A friend sent me an email that showed anagrams. I looked it up on the internet since I’ve never seen anything like them, maybe wordsmiths have. The page I found showed uses for anagrams. One of them was divination. Most of the other uses were informal encryption, wordplay, generating passwords, etc. Do you see any harm in using them for innocent games [like word jumbles]?”
LR writes: “What is the church’s position on dressing and acting as a zombie? A friend is going to have a zombie’s wedding – the theme they will use. Everyone is to dress up as ‘the living dead’. I notice you do not have this in your search engine or previously discussed articles. Could you comment on this please?”
Marianne Williamson, a so-called “spiritual leader” who teaches the occult-based A Course in Miracles, has announced plans to run for the U.S. House of Representatives in California’s 33rd District.
D writes: “My sister went through a very hurtful divorce and turned to an angel reader for help. I went with her to a day of healing and can see where you can get drawn in. She named my angel, knew things about me that had caused pain, performed a healing treatment and gave us all an angel card and stone. . . .