When are people going to realize that Satan does not come in a blood red suit, glowing eyes, horns and holding a pitch fork?
“For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into apostles of Christ. And no wonder! For Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also transform themselves into ministers of righteousness, whose end will be according to their works” ( 2 Corinthians 11: 13-15).
Question: “What is Wicca? Is Wicca witchcraft?”
Answer: Wicca is a neo-pagan religion that has been growing in popularity and acceptance in the United States and Europe. There are many websites and books claiming to teach “real” Wicca, but the truth is, there is no consensus among Wiccans as to what the religion is all about. The reason for this is that Wicca, as it is practiced now, is only about 50 years old.
Wicca is a belief system that Briton Gerald Gardner cobbled together in the 1940s and 1950s from a variety of religious traditions and beliefs as well as Freemason rituals. Since Gardner published several books espousing his system of worship, many offshoots and variations of Wicca have sprung up. Some Wiccans are polytheistic, worshipping more than one deity, while others worship only the “God” or the “Goddess.” Still other Wiccans worship nature, and call it Gaea, after the Greek earth goddess. Some Wiccans pick and choose parts of Christian doctrine to embrace, while others totally reject Christianity. Most practitioners of Wicca believe in reincarnation.
Most Wiccans will vehemently deny that Satan is part of their pantheon, citing major doctrinal differences between themselves and Satanists. Wiccans generally promote moral relativity, disdaining labels like “good” and “evil” and “right” or “wrong.” Wicca has one law or rule, called the Rede: “Do what ye will, harm ye none.” At first blush, the Rede seems like complete, uninhibited personal license. You can do whatever you want, as long as no one gets hurt; however, Wiccans are quick to point out that the ripple effect of one’s actions can carry far-reaching consequences. They articulate this principle in the Three-fold Law, which says, “All good that a person does to another returns three-fold in this life; harm is also returned three-fold.”
One major factor that contributes to the abiding fascination with Wicca is the purported use of spells and magick (a deliberate misspelling intended to separate Wiccans from magicians and illusionists). Curiosity seekers, as well as spiritual neophytes, are most eager to delve into these mysteries. Not all Wiccans practice witchcraft, but those that do claim magick is to them what prayer is to a Christian. The difference between the two is that Wiccans claim magick is simply using their minds to control matter, or they are appealing to their favorite deity to do them a favor, while Christians call upon an omnipotent, omnipresent God to heal people and to intervene and work in their lives. Because the Rede disallows witches from hurting others and the Three-fold Law spells out the consequences for Rede-breakers, witches who practice magick prefer to call themselves “nature witches” or “white witches” to further distance themselves from Satanists. – source
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I’m going to tell you a story about a friend of mine and her experience – up close and very personal, with Wicca.
One day, a little over a month ago, one of my best friends in Christ called me. She sounded very excited as she told me that her 19 year old grandson (by marriage) was going to come and stay with her and her husband.
She had not seen this young man since he was three years old. I felt so troubled in my spirit. At first I thought that this was coming from my own mind and I did not convey my apprehension to my friend.
The first couple of Weeks
My friend called me every few days and told me that her grandson was such a delight. He was well mannered and thoughtful. They played board games; things were going well in general.
One day my friend’s grandson came right out and told my friend that he was a Wiccan. He went on to attempt to persuade her that he was not casting spells or trying to harm people. He made it seem like a beautiful thing to her. She wasn’t buying it.
She went into his room one day and found him sketching symbols of the Occult. He spoke about Ouija boards and was drawing the “planchette” and other extremely evil images. At that point, my friend knew that this young man was more than just a bit into Wicca.
My friend told me that she shared the Gospel of Christ with her grandson. She said that he told her that he was perfectly happy and contended practicing Wicca.
Anointing her home and doorways
My friend, understanding that Satan had made his way into her home, went about her entire house and pled the Blood of our Savior over every room, and over all doorways.
She called me and I could hear the tremor in her voice. We prayed together for this deluded young man and for the protection of her and her husband.
Symbols of curses written in steam
A couple of days ago my friend called me and seemed panicked in her spirit. She said that her grandson had taken a shower and when my friend entered the bathroom (after he was done), she saw an array of occult symbols used for casting spells which he had drawn with his finger in the steam.
This young man was attempting to cast spells over the house! My friend called me and told me that she had lost it with the boy. She said that she yelled at him and told him that she knew what he was up to, and that she had cleansed her home and asked God to hedge them about with His supernatural protection. She told him that he had NO power in her home.
The end of the stay
My friend told me that her grandson had become withdrawn and very quiet. She and her husband are dropping him off to his mother’s home – they are on this trip right now.
Brethren, Wicca has become an alternate “Religion” and it is spreading quickly.
I would like to ask the reader if he/she would pray for this young man. Nothing is too difficult for God!
I had been praying daily for my friend and her husband while the grandson was there. God answered my prayer (many others were praying as well) and kept them safe.
Be on your guard
This same thing could happen to any one of us. Satan does come as an angel of light, and he knows how to manipulate and appeal to our hearts. He knows our weaknesses.
We MUST be on our guard at all times!
Satanic activity is rampant because we are in these last days. But we know that Greater is He who is in us, than he who is in the world (satan)!