Here’s another reason why you shouldn’t put too much stock in the mainstream media when it comes to honest reporting – the Washington Post’s elite religion writer has just revealed that she has been a life-long enthusiast of the occult and thinks all religions are “magic.”
In our last blog, we reported on an address by Father Francesco Bamonte, chairman of the International Association of Exorcists (IAE) who is calling for more training for seminarians and priests about the nature of evil and workings of Satan. This is a call that needs to be answered!
A recent issue of Vogue Magazine featured a glowing article claiming that “every woman is a witch whether she knows it or not” and suggests that “awakening your inner witch” is the way for women to become empowered in today’s world.
MG asks: “What does the Catholic Church say about the mathematical evidence in the design of the pyramids, having to do with creation of our universe, judgment and time as we know it? Also the healing evidence of persons and nature around a pyramid? Is it against the church to use pyramids for plant and bodily healing as long as Our Lord is our foundation?”
It’s a well-established fact that most people who get involved in the New Age – which includes many practices founded in the occult – are “dabblers.” They’re just poking around in this or that, looking for a spiritual high, a “connection” to the universe, an escape from reality, a cure for what ails them.
The spokesman for the International Association of Exorcists says there is a marked increase in occult activity around Halloween which is why this holiday should be banned or substituted with something less sinister.
A new supernatural horror film based on the dangers of contacting spirits through a Ouija board opens tomorrow. AMC Theaters is giving away free Ouija boards to the first 100 people to buy tickets.
SB asks: “Isn’t it true that most mental illnesses are caused by Satan or as a result of occult activities?”
CF writes: “Google keeps sending me this banner for Shamanic healing across the top of my e-mails. Out of curiosity, I went to look at what the newest in “new age” was offering. Can you believe (no pun intended) that the 4th bullet point says that “you won’t find anything contrary to to your religious beliefs”…WOW! I bolded the actual bullet…see below. I am so sick of new age being pushed down our throats! I asked Google to stop these banners!”
BS write: “I read an article that stated the Vatican considers Chiropractic new age by Brinkmann. She gives the history of chiropractic treatment and it’s definitely a concern to me after reading it. Do you really consider Chiropractic dangerous? My Chiropractor is a practicing Christian and never talks about any energy fields or healing touch which would have definitely been a red flag for me. I have been helped so much by Chiropractic. But want to know if you really think I am playing with the occult.”