The Black Witches of Baltimore

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2nd Timothy 3:5-7 “Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away. 6 For of this sort are they which creep into houses, and lead captive silly women laden with sins, led away with divers lusts, 7 Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.”

For those who think this is a Racist article, go get a life!

Folks, I have news for you. It is not just young black women that are exiting the apostate church and embracing Witchcraft. The exodus has been happening for a couple decades in the white church, as those apostates ditch the Cross and preach a social gospel.

Even then, the worldly desires can’t keep those searching for something to fill the void. People are searching for spiritual things, and sad to say, the apostate church if far from spiritual. The Trinity, God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit have LEFT the Building!

Christianity in Crisis: Most Evangelicals Believe God Accepts Worship of all Religions

In the survey in which a representative sample of 3,000 Americans were interviewed, evangelicals were asked about their views on a series of theological statements including: “God accepts the worship of all religions, including Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.” Read the rest here.

And speaking of the Apostate, Worldly Churchs: Hillsong Christmas Musical Trailer Depicts Jesus Born in a Bar!

Increasingly, Hillsong Church’s Christmas musical productions seem to break the blasphemy barrier of the year before. In 2015, Hillsong made international news for a “Sleazy Night” Christmas special, which was a cabaret and burlesque-type show that incorporated Christmas hymns. Read more at Pulpit and Pen

Also see a video compilation I put together about the Mockery and Blasphemy of God. Click here

1st Timothy 4:1-2 “Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; 2 Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron;”

So what happens? Witchcraft and false religion are right there to catch those who depart!

Young black women are leaving Christianity and embracing African Witchcraft in digital covens. 

Please take note that the links and emphasis in the article excerpts are added by ME and NOT the author.

Sigal Samuel | The Atlantic “We may not be Christian here, but we still pray,” said a woman dressed entirely in white as she addressed a large audience of African American women. Standing behind a lectern, speaking in the cadences of a preacher, she added, “I understand God more now, doing what I’m doing, than I ever did in the Church.”

Ask yourself this question. If they are not Christians, what god are they praying to? What do they understand? It is Lucifer, Satan posing as whatever god they want them to be!

The call and response that followed (“No one’s going to protect us but who?” “Us!”) was reminiscent of church—but this was no traditional sermon. The speaker, Iyawo Orisa Omitola, was giving the keynote address last month at the third annual Black Witch Convention, which brought together some 200 women in a Baltimore reception hall. The small but growing community points to the hundreds of young black women who are leaving Christianity in favor of their ancestors’ African spiritual traditions, and finding a sense of power in the process.

I wonder if they will let White Witches into their convention or are they separatists like they were in their all black church? You have to read the two links at the end of these article excerpts about the AME Church. Those two articles show you the link between the Black church and African Witchcraft. Also see this article: Apostasy in Full Swing: There is a Mass Exodus from the Church!

Over the past decade, white Millennials have embraced witchcraft in droves. Now a parallel phenomenon is emerging among black Millennials. While their exact numbers are difficult to gauge, it’s clear that African American pop culture has started to reflect the trend. In the music industry alone, there’s Beyoncé’s allusion to an African goddess in Lemonade and at the Grammys; Azealia Banks’s declaration that she practices brujería (a Spanish term for witchcraft); and Princess Nokia’s hit “Brujas,” in which she tells white witches, “Everything you got, you got from us.”

Suffice to say that the Jezebel’s Beyoncé, Azealia Banks, as well as other Black Hellywood Harlots like Oprah Winfrey are leading millions down the road to Hell!

African American witchcraft originated in West Africa, the birthplace of Yoruba, a set of religious traditions focused on reverence for ancestors and worship of a vast pantheon of deities known as orishas. Those traditions accompanied West Africans who were brought to the Americas as slaves, and were eventually combined with Western religions, such as Catholicism, that many slaves were pushed to embrace.

By the early 19th century, Cuban Santeria, Brazilian Candomblé, Haitian Vodou, and other syncretistic faiths had emerged as a result. In cities like New Orleans, voodoo (slightly different from Haitian Vodou) and hoodoo, which also descend from West African faiths, grew popular. These practices—which often involve manipulating candles, incense, or water to achieve a desired result—may have helped give slaves some sense of power, however minimal.

Modern black witches are practicing Yoruba-based faiths, with a few Millennial touches. They build altars to ancestors so they can seek their advice on everything from romance to professional advancement, cast spells using emoji to help banish depression, surround themselves with crystals in the hope that they will relieve stress, and burn sage to cleanse their apartments of negative energy.

Some hallmarks of Millennial spirituality are common to both white and African American witches. They’re typically disillusioned with hierarchical institutions—the Catholic Church, for example—and attracted to do-it-yourself “spiritual but not religious” practices such as the use of crystals. But the budding black- witch community also has unique traits, including a desire for “safe spaces,” a wariness of cultural appropriation, and a penchant for digital religion.

Many black witches, nervous about practicing witchcraft openly, feel more comfortable meeting online than in person. Some fear they’ll be shamed by devout Christian parents, according to Margarita Guillory, a Boston University professor who studies Africana religion in the digital age.

“The internet is almost becoming like a hush harbor for these witches of color,” Guillory said, referring to places where slaves gathered in secret to practice their religions in antebellum America. Online, an avatar or a handle allows women to speak freely. A popular Tumblr promotes inspirational images of black witches and Facebook groups for the women have thousands of members each, while some have even developed smartphone apps.

Some young women at the Baltimore convention told me their parents had long hid their grandmothers’ or great-grandmothers’ involvement with witchcraft—a decision the Millennials resented, until they realized their parents may have felt the need to suppress any talk of magic because their ancestors were harshly punished for their rituals. New Orleans, for example, saw sweeping arrests of voodooists in the 19th century.

Here is a revelation for you if you don’t already know. Curses for the Sin of Ancestor worship, Witchcraft and Voodoo are handed down from generation to generation. Read all about it in a 11 part series, Generational, Ancestral and Family Curses 

Monica Jeffries, a 28-year-old teacher who had playfully donned a pointed witch hat for the convention, grew up in the Apostolic Church, but she broke ties with it four years ago. She said her mother had “forced” Christianity on her. Jeffries sometimes calls home trying to figure out why. “I’m asking her questions about Christianity, and I’m like, ‘Why would you do this to us?’ She still can’t give me answers.” Read the rest at The Atlantic

AME – Smyrna Church Spirit Alive and Doing Well Part 3

AME – Smyrna Church Spirit Alive and Doing Well Part 2

Also see

Christian Witches: The Tares among the Wheat Part 1

Christian Witchcraft: Isn’t that an Oxymoron?  Part 2

Christian Witches: Departing from the Faith giving Heed to Seducing Spirits Part 3

Spiritual WARFARE has come out in the open, and you better believe it is REAL and DEADLY.  The enemy of your soul is ramping things up because TIME is coming to an end.

All of these statements made on air and/or in public, all these scenes performed in Television Shows, Movies, Plays and Videos are designed to instill HATRED and INTOLERANCE for Christian beliefs, expressions and practices.

The WORLD is so deceived that they don’t even know that THE MOST LOVING, and THE MOST EFFECTIVE response to tragedy, loss, illness or distress, is the effective FERVENT prayer of a righteous (in right standing with GOD) person!  There is nothing that can save a life, save a soul, save a marriage, save a country, BUT GOD!!

The talking heads on TV stating that the phrase “You are in our thoughts and Prayers” should be outlawed are working for the DEVIL and his minions.

They want to cut out evangelism, witnessing, prayer and even the mention of the name of Jesus.  In other words, they want to stop any possibility of anyone coming to saving knowledge of GOD.

Once these things become “ILLEGAL”, they will use that to imprison and execute ALL TRUE BELIEVERS.  Be ready people of GOD, persecution is coming to you.  IS your FAITH STRONG ENOUGH TO STAND??

If you go to the store to buy Meat, don't run to the Milk section or the Junk Food aisle looking for it!!

The Meat Section is the True Gospel of Jesus Christ.

The Milk Section is likened to those who will not preach on sin and Hell, just a feel good message, the Social gospel.

The Junk Food Isle is the outright false doctrine AKA the prosperity gospel, name it and claim it, the Hebraic Roots movement and other false teachings!!

Feasting on just Milk and Junk will eventually cause you great harm, you can count on it!!
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