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.
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!”
AM asks: “How do I help a family member who has been involved with people who claim to be wizards and witches? He also claims that God wants him to be a “two spirit” (in other words homosexual). He plays a game called Wizard and also has what looks like Native American Tarot cards. I have already written him a letter regarding all this at the prompting of the Holy Spirit and now he does not even want to talk with me.”
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
Police in Fairfax, Virginia are investigating the suspicious death of a Korean teen who died from “blunt force trauma and asphyxiation” during what authorities believe was an ancient Korean rite of exorcism performed by shamans.