And we thought that the Ouija Board was evil.
Well, the Ouija Board is just as evil as it has ever been, but now a book has been published, tailored to children; instructing them on how to summon Satan’s fallen angels.
They are DEMONS. Somehow, fallen angels doesn’t quite describe these EVIL entities, even though they are technically 1/3 of God’s created angels who followed Lucifer when he was cast from heaven by God.
But brethren, can you see how bold Satan has become in these dark days? The author of this book felt emboldened enough to use “Demons” and “Children” in his title. In days gone by, a person would never have used this title.
What does that say about society? It clearly shows that WICCA, Witchcraft and every other form of Satan worship is mainstream now.
God help the little children.
No longer is it something of which to be secretive. Oh yes, brethren – we are into the last of the last days, and Satan wants our children.
Watch this warning from Paul Harvey from 1965, titled “If I were the Devil.”
Onto the New American piece:
“A Children’s Book of Demons” Teaches Kids How to Summon Dark Spirits
A new book billed as a “playful guide” teaches children how to summon demons for personal benefit. It’s carried by major booksellers, too, such as Barnes & Noble, Walmart, and Target. Amazon sells it as well, even though the lit leviathan has banned a work critical of Islam and one geared towardthe elimination of unwanted same-sex attraction.
Barnes & Noble’s poorly punctuated overview of A Children’s Book of Demons states:
Don’t want to take out the trash tonight? Maybe you’re swimming in homework? Perhaps that big bully is being a real drag? Well grab your coloured pencils and sigil drawing skills and dial up some demons! But be careful, even if these spirits are more silly than scary they are still demons.
So if you’re looking to introduce your kids to “Devil worship,” as Breaking Israel News puts it, know that the book’s “publishers try to turn the act of summoning demons into a kid-friendly activity[,] saying: ‘summoning demons has never been so much fun,’” the site relates, quoting the sellers’ “about” section. (Hat tip: WND.com.)
Then there’s Publishers Weekly’s description, which states that author Aaron Leighton integrates a hands-on craft element into this playful guide that invites readers to conjure gentle demons by writing their sigils, which serve as “a phone number” straight to the spirit. The demons necessitate specific summons (a riddler named Corydon requires a sigil “drawn in bright red, the colour of a clown’s nose — preferably while you’re giggling”), and express specific characteristics and abilities that range from pragmatic to gross. They include “Flatulus,” whose talent is passing gas; “Quazitoro,” an expert at finding missing objects; and “Spanglox,” “the best-dressed demon in the underworld,” who offers cutting-edge fashion advice. Leighton’s renderings of the multieyed, multiarmed, sharp-toothed demons are outlandish without being creepy, and the creative concept will likely inspire some readers to create demons of their own. Ages 5-10.
Leighton is described in his bio as “an award-winning illustrator and art director, as well as a fan of all things occult” — and his works certainly reflect this dark passion. (emphasis mine)
Unfortunately, Leighton is far from alone in capitalizing on the post-Christian West’s spiritual decay and taste for occult titillation. For instance, 2016 saw the premiere of television series Lucifer, which puts a positive spin on Satan and portrays God as a stern killjoy.
Then, with a Pew Research Center study finding last year that there are now more pagans than Presbyterians in America — with paganism catching on especially in colleges and among the young— it’s no surprise that Wicca (witchcraft) is growing in popularity. This is epitomized, and encouraged, by entertainment such as the 1996 film The Craft and the more recent Charmed and American Horror Story: Coven.
These dark elements are also entering government/public spaces, with satanic invocations at government assembly meetings, “Pagan Pride Days” in many locales, satanic Christmas-season displays, a satanic monument in a veterans memorial park, and U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen now having a Satanic Temple room. Clearly, we’re far removed from the days when George Washington stressed the importance of “the blessing of Heaven on our Arms.”
Instead, exorcisms are now on the rise, and the faithful may say it’s because we’re taking Hell into our arms. And this concern was reflected in the Amazon reviews of the children’s demon book. One incredulous reviewer, Marbel, warned parents that demons “are evil and they don’t care about you or your children. They are liars, deceivers.… They follow Satan and want you and your children to do that same,” WND.com relates. For sure, it’s all fun and games — until your head starts spinning around as you projectile vomit green slime.
Of course, talk of angels, dark or light, is scoffed at by today’s “scientific” secular sophisticates (who, though disbelieving in God, tend to believe a boy can be like god and become a girl just by willing it). As for the 83 percent of Americans with faith in God, however, it should raise their eyebrows not at all.
Consider: If you believe we’re something more than water-and-chemicals-based organic robots — that we have souls — the idea of angels and demons is correlative. After all, a soul is a spirit, and the spirit existed before the flesh; God is a spirit and He existed before all else.
Well, the idea, promulgated via Christian doctrine, is that before God created beings of spirit and flesh (man), He created beings that like Himself are only spirit. Moreover, like man, they have free will and can reject God, which some of them did.
You may or may not believe this, but it’s entirely logical within the context of Christianity’s “data set.” (My 2012 essay “On Angels and Demons” provides a more thorough discussion of this.)
Also logical is that even secularists, if they believe morally bad things exist, should think twice about exalting Satan. To analogize the matter, note that our culture considers the Devil symbolic of pure evil — as the antithesis of the Ten Commandments and all the virtues — much as it does, let’s say, the Nazis. Now, if there were a “playful guide” to “kid friendly” “gentle Nazis,” would it be sloughed off as educational entertainment?
Speaking of the educational, I’ll leave you with the quite apropos, legendary presentation by the late, great Paul Harvey, “If I Were the Devil.”
Did you catch the phrase “A playful guide” – “kid friendly” and “Gentle Demons?” As the New American article states so wisely – that is like saying “Gentle Nazis.”
Satan is raging across our globe. Whether he thinks that he will prevail in defeating God or not – he is determined to take as many with him to the fiery pit of hell as he can.
And what better way than going after our children?
10 thoughts on “SATAN Wants to Teach Your Children How to Summon His Demons”
Either children learn to trust in the true God, or they learn to trust in the false god. It is all learned because no one is born with the knowledge of good and evil. Deut.1:39. This is why everyone is condemned by their own choosing and not by inheritance. John3:18,19. Which is why we know that children who die before reaching the age of accountability go to be with the Lord.
And public school is no place for a Christian’s children. It is for indoctrination into the world’s system.
Even so… Maranatha!!
Hey there Ed. Im not saying NO to that. More like yes and… Duet. 1:39vv in its context is specifically speaking of those born during the exodus in the wilderness. (not original sin). Numbers 14:29-30vv is the parallel scripture. However your application of scripture is correct concerning accountability (Sorry Hyper Calvinist, aborted babies do NOT go to Hell).
If we are not born sinners because of Adam, how do you explain these scriptures:
The wicked are estranged from the womb; They go astray as soon as they are born, speaking lies. Psalm 58:3
Behold, I was brought forth in iniquity, And in sin my mother conceived me. Psalm 51:5
Therefore, just as through one man sin entered the world, and death through sin, and thus death spread to all men, because all sinned– Romans 5:12 Death here is not only physical but spiritual as well.
And the LORD smelled a soothing aroma. Then the LORD said in His heart, “I will never again curse the ground for man’s sake, although the imagination of man’s heart is evil from his youth; nor will I again destroy every living thing as I have done. Genesis 8:21
The Hebrew word for [youth] here is Nah’ar נַעַר . If you have access to a BDB and TWOT look extensively at contextual usage. In this scripture it implies small boys or little children. Before accountability in a sense.
‘The LORD is longsuffering and abundant in mercy, forgiving iniquity and transgression; but He by no means clears the guilty, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and fourth generation.’ Numbers 14:18 God literally places the sins of the father unto the sons. The word visits in Hebrew implies assignment or placement.
As for John 3:18-19 Yes there is a choice made. Yet it is the Father that draws us to the Son.
No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him; and I will raise him up at the last day. John 6:44 If no one can come to Son without being drawn, how could a choice be made? I am by no means a Calvinist, however we can not totally dismiss scriptural election. God foreknew all things (choices made perhaps?) and He Himself reached to us and called us to Him.
That stated, the points of election are such a point of divisiveness to the Body of Christ. I as all men, I have my thoughts, yet no true grasp of Gods will concerning this mystery. So I leave that to this:
The secret things belong to the LORD our God, but those things which are revealed belong to us and to our children forever, that we may do all the words of this law. Deuteronomy 29:29
Wicked estranged from the womb is a reference to man’s choices and not his inheritance. “They go astray as soon as they are born… speaking lies” is clearly something only a person who has the knowledge of good and evil and therefore accountable for their choices can do. Otherwise what Paul said in Rom.2:14 about unbelieving Gentiles who have not the law doing by nature those things written in the law would not be possible.
If all men are born sinners because of Adam and have no choice in the matter. Then all men must be saved because of Jesus with no choice in the matter. Because Paul says in Rom.5 that the same way Adam’s disobedience affected all mankind, Is the same way Jesus’ obedience affects all mankind. Without free will being a factor in regard to both Adam and Jesus, then all men are universally saved by one man’s obedience just as they are said to be universally condemned by one man’s disobedience. But, because free will is a factor in both cases all men are either condemned or saved by either their acceptance or rejection of God’s call. And not by imputation and inheritance as the false sin nature doctrine says he is.
Psalm51 is David expressing his great sorrow for his sin with Bathsheba. It has nothing to do with teaching that man has a sin nature, as Rom.2:14 confirms. Besides, to take what he said literally here would mean that his parents were not married when he was conceived. Because that’s what it means when someone says they were born in sin. So it is to be taken figuratively. Like someone saying they are “lower than a worm” because of some awful thing they may have done.
In Rom.5:12 Paul is explaining that physical death, and only physical death, came to Adam after he ate the fruit and was sent from the garden. Also confirmed in Gen.3:22. We know this could only be physical death because Paul taught in 1Cor.15:45,46 that Adam was not made a spiritual being when God created him, but only natural, flesh and blood. Also confirmed in Gen.2:7, 7:15,22 where we see the same breath of life breathed into the nostrils of all animals, birds, and creeping things.
Paul then goes on to say that it is because this death spread to all men, all sinned. And not the other way around. And we see this confirmed in Rom.5:13 because here Paul says the sin of vs.12 was not imputed to anyone because there was no law. So the notion that it was because death was the imputation(penalty) for sin could not be true. Because Paul says here that sin was not imputed to anyone until Moses.
Numbers14:18 is a reference to how the sins of the parents affect the lives of the children in how people perceive them. Not in accountability before God. Example; A person was was stigmatized as a bastard because of the sins of the parents. But, God did not impute the sin of his parents to him. Only people did.
Ez.18:20 confirms that God did not impute the parent’s sin to the child because Ezekiel plainly says that only “the soul that sinneth shall die. The son shall not bear the iniquity of the father, neither shall the father bear the iniquity of the son: the righteousness of the righteous shall be upon him, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon him.”
John6:44 is expressing God’s side of the relationship. He calls all men to salvation as Peter and Paul both said in 1Tim.2:3,4 and 2Peter3:9. Our choice, free will, is then required to receive the gift of life God’s call has offered. Both God’s call and our free will choice to receive it are required to make salvation possible. One without the other leaves salvation at a distance as Paul plainly shows in Rom.10:8-17.
God is not hiding anything from us today as He did in times past. When we do not know something about God and His salvation it is because we have not learned it yet. Not because He is keeping it a secret. 1Cor.2:10-16.
Even so… Maranatha!!
And now you know the rest of the story.
Nothing to shocking since Harry Potters books were a softening up and prelude to such. The lines are being drawn closer, so many must chose whom they will serve, for as Dillon said; You gotta serve somebody. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wC10VWDTzmU
Great post, that Paul Harvey clip is a must! I looked up the demon book in Amazon, thank God a vast majority of reviews were 1* (couldn’t put 0). Reviews were replete with sharp warnings and fervor against this book. Also read that expressed outrage caused Walmart to remove it from shelves. Thank you for your fine articles, press on sister Geri!
Lisa, would you please pray for me? I don’t know what is wrong, but I’m struggling to write anything right now.
Thank you for asking sister, will pray for you right now and tomorrow.
So sad at this latest state of affairs. Thank God we can use the power of prayer to counter this. We as a collective can lift other believers up who are crying out to God for their loved ones as a result of this horrendous rise of paganism. As I endeavour to take this on, I find that the enemy hits me with distractions galore. Geri, I believe the enemy is plaguing you with writer’s cramp as you continue to expose the darkness. Don’t give up, but ask the Lord to help you to persevere. I will be praying for you and I am sure many others will be too.
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