Shackles of Demonic Bondage Pat Holliday

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Published: October 10th 2013

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Shackles of Demonic Bondage  by  Pat Holliday

Shackles of Demonic Bondage by Pat Holliday
October 10th 2013 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 103 pages | ISBN: | 4.39 Mb

Have you noticed how costumes and masks are getting generally more bloody, gory, devilish, fiendish, atrocious and depraved each year? Unfortunately, the gruesome and grotesque and the occult are increasingly glorified in American society, not onlyMoreHave you noticed how costumes and masks are getting generally more bloody, gory, devilish, fiendish, atrocious and depraved each year? Unfortunately, the gruesome and grotesque and the occult are increasingly glorified in American society, not only on Halloween, but throughout the year in horror movies and in television programs.All Hallows Eve was a night when the dead stalked the countryside, offerings of food and drink were put out for the ghosts, and they passed by to the west always, the direction of the dying sun at sunset.Former witch, Irene A.

Park, (the Witch That Switched) said, Halloween is nothing for a Christian to play around with. She grew up in the world of witchcraft, familiar spirits, voodoo, drugs and pornography. In the realm of satanic power, she rose to the position of High Priestess for the State of Florida, only to see herself being destroyed by the very demons that she had faithfully served.

Given up to die by doctors, police and her own Satanic clan- her salvation, deliverance and healing is a mighty testimony to the power of prayer. In her book, The Witch That Switched, Rev. Park tells the moving and forceful story of Jesus victory in her life. “The Lord told two bold Christian women to fast and pray for a woman called Irene Park. They obeyed Jesus and believed for her conversion by praying and fasting 40 days for her soul!Former witch, Irene A. Park, (the Witch That Switched) said, Halloween is nothing for a Christian to play around with.

She grew up in the world of witchcraft, familiar spirits, voodoo, drugs and pornography. In the realm of satanic power, she rose to the position of High Priestess for the State of Florida, only to see herself being destroyed by the very demons that she had faithfully served. Given up to die by doctors, police and her own Satanic clan- her salvation, deliverance and healing is a mighty testimony to the power of prayer. In her book, The Witch That Switched, Rev. Park tells the moving and forceful story of JesusAll Hallows Day Bonfires on high hills were a blatant feature of The Old Halloween rites, though in England they have been gradually transferred to November 5 to mark the arrest of Guy Fawkes.

In the 1860s a traveler in Scotland counted 30 fires on the hilltops between Dunkeld and Aberfeldy, each with a circle of people dancing round. Done to the end of the 19th century, fires blazed on the hills in Lancashire on the eve of All Hallows. In north Wales every family built a bond fire and each person threw into the ashes a white stone which he had previously marked.

Prayers were said round the fire and next morning if a stone was missing, it was thought that its owner would die before he saw another Halloween. The same belief existed in the Scottish Highlands and many forms of fortune telling were a traditional feature of Halloween - probably because it was the Celtic New Years Day and so a suitable time for predicting the events of the coming years.In Aberdeenshire and Buchan in the 19th century, boys collecting fuel for the bonfire would ask for peat’ to burn the witches.

When the fire was lit, the boys danced round it shouting Fire! Fire! Burn the witches.” When the fire died down, the ashes were scattered and when the last spark had gone out, the cry went up into the ominous darkness. The devil takes the hindmost and they all ran for their lives. In Wales the cropped black sow would take the hindmost.The fairies could also be seen moving from one fairy hill to another with the music of bells and elf horns.

They were sometimes identified with the dead. Darker and colder creatures still roamed through the night on Halloween - demons and hobgoblins, witches who straddled broomsticks or shank bones, flew in the sieve or eggshells, or rode on coal-black horses.



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