Planned Parenthood will be one of the recipients of the money raised during a “Ritual to Hex Brett Kavanaugh,” which is being organized for tomorrow evening, October 20. The event is being met by a flood of prayers from Christians as well as Masses by San Jose exorcist, Father Gary Thomas.
Anyone wondering why so many people are getting involved in the occult these days need only subscribe to the mainstream media where practices such as shamanism are presented as glamorous and trendy with no mention of the dangers involved.
Parents are justified in their concern about the direction Halloween has been taking in recent years with the holiday becoming more occult-themed every year. But as my upcoming webinar will explain, when it comes to the infiltration of the occult into our children’s lives, what happens at Halloween, although important to be aware of, is just the tip of the iceberg.
A devoted reader passed along a video of celebrity psychic Thomas John who challenges the Church’s prohibition of his trade by insisting that the Bible was written by psychics and is full of “mediumistic” experiences.
AH asks: “I have a question that keeps coming up in conversations with my friends and I would like to answer them correctly. What is the Authoritative Catholic explanation of what the Magi used when reading the stars? Was it astrology or astronomy? How do we as Catholics defend the teaching of Christ on not to use Astrology if the magi did.”
BL writes: “I have been trying to stop my children from using curse words they hear at school or the playground and often say ‘Whenever a person curses, the devil draws near!’ but I really don’t know where I got this information. Is this true?”
We are often asked by people how to determine if they have been cursed or the victim of an evil spell? They might be experiencing a string of financial losses, accidents, or illnesses. Or maybe they suddenly can’t seem to focus or concentrate on their work. If someone put a spell/curse on them, how will they know and what can be done about it?
JH writes: “I cant find much on the topic but am curious if the pendulum wives tale (tie a ring on a string) to predict baby gender falls into a superstition/new age category to be avoided? I tried this recently and have found it to be very accurate on multiple occasions. If there is any validity to the results I’d like to believe there is a God given explanation that is scientifically based (even if yet discovered). . . .”