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One of the reasons so many people are becoming involved in the occult these days is because they don't know what it is, how it manifests, and who is behind those manifestations.
Should Christians Make a SoulCollage?
JG writes: "My friends really believe in the use of SoulCollage cards and refer to them to better understand themselves and to guide them before making any major decisions in their lives. What are these cards and is it okay for Christians to use them?"
Is it a Sin to Have Your Tea Leaves Read?
LL writes: "Is it a sin to have your tea leaves read?"
Crystal Balls are Never Just Harmless Fun
LG asks: "One of my friends is trying to convince me to see a person who can tell the future by scrying. I told her this is against my religion but she said this would just be for fun. Should I take her up on it?"
Vedic vs. Western Astrology
LN writes: “My friends are getting into Vedic Astrology. They claim it’s more accurate than Western Astrology. Is that true?”
Can Bones Tell the Future?
We recently received a question from a caller on our Wacky Wednesday radio show who had received a small bag of bones from a recently deceased relative. Although the bones had some sentimental value, she was uneasy about keeping them in the house and wondered if she should destroy them. Our answer was unequivocal “yes!”
Psychometry: Do Objects Have Souls?
Anonymous writes: “My friend is involved in something she calls psychometry. It sounds demonic to me. I begged her to talk to a priest about it. She kept saying ‘this is a gift, I pray every day, I don’t know a priest.’ Shed some light on this, please.”
The I Ching and Casting Lots
KJ writes: “What’s so bad about the I Ching? Isn’t it the same thing as casting lots?”
Is it Okay to Play Bible Roulette?
AM writes: “My friends make fun of me for playing ‘bible roulette’ but I’ve sometimes received very appropriate answers to my questions. What’s wrong with it?”
Divining the Future with Pendulums and Dowsing Rods
CS asks: “What do you know about a technique called dowsing or water witching, supposedly to locate water under the ground, but also to locate things with a rod in a Y shape? It does not seem like something harmful to be in search of water. However, there is also something called dowsing with a pendulum made out of a metal like brass or other materials that is attached to a string. Apparently, you would tell it that if it swings in a circle, this means 'yes' and if it swings in a straight line, this means 'no'; and then you ask it a question and your answer is the direction that it swings. I have seen this done and it seems like something one should not be doing. I am not sure if I should tell the people that are doing it that it is wrong or not.”
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