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When it came to the early manifestations of demonic activity in the way of mysterious rappings during seances in America, we see this declared by sister White back in 1882.
“I saw that soon it would be considered blasphemy to speak against the rapping, and that it would spread more and more, that Satan’s power would increase, and some of his devoted followers would have power to work miracles, and even to bring down fire from heaven in the sight of men. I was shown that by the rapping and mesmerism, these modern magicians would yet account for all the miracles wrought by our Lord Jesus Christ, and that many would believe that all the mighty works of the Son of God when on earth were accomplished by this same power.” –Early Writings page 59.1 (1882)
“Television shows featuring exorcisims as entertainment. Lucifer as a crime-fighting hero on television. Occult symbols used in music videos. References to demons seem to be everywhere in American culture. And the rise in occultism comes at a time when experts, including Catholic priests who specialize in the rite, claim exorcism is becoming more common.” –Source
First and foremost a Roman Catholic priest cannot exorcise any demons. The fact they invented the so called “exorcism” proves this hands down. What I mean is, when you look into the Word of God what do you see each and every time Jesus Christ cast out a demon? Do you see Jesus going to the person’s home dressed in black (the color of Satan, Hell & pain) with a Vatican approved contract for the parents to sign as well as a receipt booklet so as to give the parents a receipt each time they “pay” to have their child “exorcised” of the demon over the coming months and even years depending upon the wealth of the family and greed of the exorcist? No, whenever a person that was possessed by a demon got anywhere near to Jesus that person would be instantly freed of that demon! No money changed hands, no splashing of useless man-made holy water, no candles to fend of “negative” spirits, no burning of sage to help keep the demons away and certainly no prayers being repeated over and over and over again. Continue reading
“Hurricane Matthew is a monster storm. Now it has a monster image to match. A sinister image of Hurricane Matthew, resembling a human skull, has lit up the Internet. The creepy satellite photo was posted Tuesday by Weather Channel senior meteorologist Stu Ostro as the hurricane made landfall in Haiti. The image shows the hurricane through an infrared camera lens. It’s been tweaked to show the storm in apocalyptic colors that accentuate the hurricane’s eye and make its teeth look like the comic book character Ghost Rider or the Grinch, some Twitter users suggested. It’s creepy, but in a nutshell, CNN meteorologist Judson Jones explains that “basically, scientists use color tables to identify the strongest part of the storm.” –Source
I only post this in the hopes of answering some of the up and coming emails in the next few days regarding the image you see on the left. No, it is not doctored or photoshopped in anyway. And no, the sky near the center and the outskirts of the storm are not blood red. The meteorologist software places the colors there to show severity so as to have a better way of warning people in the path of the storm. Living in a tornado prone region I know too well what those colors mean and I must say I would not want to be in that area when that kind of wind hits.
That all being said… Continue reading