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Published on Jul 10, 2013 LUCIFER DETHRONED : Bill Schnobelen site Witchcraft, Vampirism & Satanism….

In presenting some of these items, we want to assure you that we do not hate witches, Wiccans, neo-pagans or even Satanists. Nor are we promoting such hatred. Yah’shua the Messiah (the Hebrew name of Jesus Christ) has called us to love all people.

Anyone who believes or teaches that it is okay to “kill a witch for Christ” or to beat up, persecute or kill anyone in the name of Yah’shua is acting out of a grave misunderstanding of the gospel of Yah’shua. Yah’shua came to bring eternal life and His followers are not to harm people, but only to share His love and gospel with them.

We very much love all Wiccans, witches, etc.; even those who send us hateful email. We respect their beliefs and their rights to practice them. However, we also love them enough to tell them the truth: that witchcraft alone will not ever provide them the ultimate spiritual answers they seek. Only Yah’shua the Messiah can do that.

Additionally, we are not saying that all Wiccans are knowing devil-worshippers. Far from it. Most of them are very sincere spiritual seekers, even as we were 25 years ago.

However, just because Wiccans say they do not believe in the devil does not mean he does not exist. He does, and he wants to deceive them and destroy their souls.

BOOKS
Entertaining Dark Angels
Romancing Death
Blood on the Doorpost
Freemasonry: Fatal in the First Degree
Catholicism: The Church on Haunted Hill
Mind Controlled Gun Confiscation (DVD
The Medical Conspiracy (DVD)
Dark Roots Withered Souls (DVD)
Interview with an Ex-Vampire (DVD)

 

“If You Love Somebody Set Them Free”
STING
If you need somebody, call my name
If you want someone, you can do the same
If you want to keep something precious
You got to lock it up and throw away the key
If you want to hold onto your possession
Don’t even think about me

If you love somebody, set them free

If it’s a mirror you want, just look into my eyes
Or a whipping boy, someone to despise
Or a prisoner in the dark
Tied up in chains you just can’t see
Or a beast in a gilded cage
That’s all some people ever want to be

If you love somebody, set them free

You can’t control an independent heart
Can’t tear the one you love apart
Forever conditioned to believe that we can’t live
We can’t live here and be happy with less
So many riches, so many souls
Everything we see we want to possess

If you need somebody, call my name
If you want someone, you can do the same
If you want to keep something precious
You got to lock it up and throw away the key
If you want to hold onto your possession
Don’t even think about me

If you love somebody, set them free

“The salamander letter was a document created by Mark Hofmann in the early 1980s.

The letter was one of hundreds of documents concerning the history of Latter Day Saint movement that surfaced in the early 1980s. The salamander letter presented a view of Latter Day Saint founder Joseph Smith’s life that stood sharply at odds with the commonly accepted version of the early progression of the church Smith established.

Accepted by some document experts and collectors, and rejected by others,[1] the salamander letter generated much discussion and debate inside and outside the Latter Day Saint movement. Kenneth W. Rendell lent credence to it by stating that the ink, paper and postmark were all consistent with the period; he concluded, “[T]here is no indication that the document is a forgery.”[2] The document was later demonstrated to be a forgery created by Hofmann, who had been responsible for the “discovery” of many other notable documents. Rendell then recast his conclusion, stating that while there was “the absence of any indication of forgery in the letter itself, there was also no evidence that it was genuine.” Read more.

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