Protection from Demonic Forces
"Protection" people who are into Religion and
the psychic realm frequently use to ward off evil spirits
include but are not limited to:
Any item used for
protection from demonic forces is of the occult, even if it's a
crucifix or other religious item such as a St. Christopher medal.
When I told this to an harassment victim I worked with and advised
her to dispose of the crucifix she'd been using for protection,
demonic spirits manifested by surrounding the crucifix with an
electrical charge so she couldn't pick it up. When the spirits
causing the electric charge were cast away, the woman was able to
pick the crucifix up and dispose of it.
Native American dream
catchers are intended to trap nightmares. Many parents whose
children are victims of demonic harassment hang dream catchers in
their children's bedrooms in hopes of providing their children with
peaceful sleep. What these parents don't realize is that -- in
addition to not preventing nightmares -- hanging the dream catchers
will attract more spirits -- perhaps even those who play the role of
I do not mean in any way to
imply that the Native Americans who make them are evil or that they
have anything but the best intentions. I'm simply stating from
experience that anything that's been assigned a power -- in this
case, the power to trap nightmares -- is of the occult and invites
Kachinas are believed to be
guardians or messengers to the gods. (Notice I said "gods" plural.)
Southwest Native American
tribes such as the Navajo, Zuni and Hopi, make Kachina dolls
for use in religous ceremonies, as well some tribes making them for
sale to tourists.
What the spirits taught the elders of
the tribes long ago was then taught to the children and other
adults through representations in the Kachina dolls.
I've worked with many
harassment victims who owned Kachina dolls simply because they liked
them and felt they were worthy additions to their den's decor. But
the fact that the dolls are part of a spiritist culture means
demonic spirits are linked to them. I'm not implying in any way that
the Native Americans who make and sell them are evil. I'm merely
stating a fact that anything involved with spirits is of the occult.I
II worked with an
harassment victim whose father-in-law had a valuable Kachina doll
collection. The harassing spirits didn't leave this woman alone
until the collection of dolls was moved to the father-in-law's room,
and the spirits attached to the dolls were bound in Jesus' name from
harassing her from that remote location..
Garlic hung in the doorway
is said to repel evil spirits and negative energy. This is
nothing more than folklore and witchcraft.
Though used throughout
history for protection against evil forces, the protective power of
this miraculous herb is unfortunately limited to its blood thinning
properties and its ability to kill bacteria and viruses. The
harassment victims I've worked with who've hung garlic for
protection -- without exception -- have had additional demonic
spirits in their lives as a result.
Holy Water is used for
protection and for blessings of Purity. Priests even use it in
exorcisms. Whether it's used in an effort to protect, to purify, or
to drive out demons , the fact remains that powers are being
Anything with a power
assigned opens the door to demonic forces -- even if we call it
I've known of priests
who've advised harassment victims to sprinkle salt across their
threshold and around the perimeter of their house or place of
business to ward off evil spirits. Far from driving demonic spirits
away, salt for protection attracts them!
As a matter of fact,
harassment victims have told me that after following the priest's
advice to sprinkle salt, the harassment has gotten worse.
When I was involved
with New Age spirit guides who swore they were of God but
turned out to be demons, they told me to use tourmaline to
prevent interruptions in communication, and amethysts for
Needless to say,
the Tourmaline did not prevent interruptions and the
energized amethysts did not protect me. Instead, they
brought additional spirits into my life.
The same was true
of the energized amethysts used to construct an energy
pyramid in my home, on the advice of a Native American woman
I met through my spirit guides.
Living in the
energy pyramid of protection, by the way, did absolutely no
good. All it did was bring more demonic spirits into
my life, and with them more harassment.
Protection Talismans and Amulets
victim I've worked with who has ever owned or worn a
talisman or amulet for protection or any other purpose has
had additional demonic spirits in his/her life as a result
-- even if it's a St. Christopher medal.
Many people believe
the Holy Bible kept under the pillow will prevent
Even the Bible is
of the Occult when a power of any sort has been assigned.
In this case the power is to prevent bad dreams.
Nowhere in the
Bible does it say to use it for protection.
Sage, Other Herbs, and Incense
Smudging with sage is supposed to protect against negative
magick used against you.
For those who are
unfamiliar with smudging, to smudge means to burn an herb --
usually in a ceramic dish or seashell set in a base of sand
-- and fan the smoke with a feather to fill the room you're
in. When you're finished with one room, you move on to
smudge each of the other rooms in the house. When the
smudging is finished, the windows are opened to allow the
smoke and negative energy to flow out. At least that's what
occult practitioners believe.
When a priest
smudges the altar and congregation with the smoke from
burning incense or sandalwood for purification, he doesn't
realize that this is of the occult, or that it brings
spirits into the lives of those who are being smudged.
The act of smudging
originated with the spiritist culture of the Native
Americans. I am not implying that Native Americans are evil.
I am simply stating facts based on what I've observed when
working with harassment victims who've been smudged or have
smudged their homes or places of business.
The cold truth is
that sage and other herbs -- or incense -- burned for
smudging have zero power to purify anything or protect us
from evil. Smudging of any kind invites demonic spirits,
regardless of whether it's done in the church, in the home,
in a sweat lodge, or as part of a spiritist ritual.
In Bible times there were no prescription medicines. Wine
and olive oil were all they had. So when the Bible speaks of
calling the elders to anoint with oil and pray for healing,
it's telling the people to call the elders to apply their
medicine and pray for God to heal the sick person.
The Bible says
nothing of anointing with oil for protection.
I worked with an
harassment victim who had anointed herself and her children
with olive oil she had prayed to bless. She did this
for protection. But, far from protecting her and her
children, the oil invited more demons into their lives. God
doesn't bless things that are to be used for an occult
purpose. Christianity does not require methods of protection
other than prayers to God in Jesus' name.
Guardian Angel figures worn to protect the wearer, or hung
in the car to protect the driver and passengers have
the exact opposite effect. Due to the fact that
they've been assigned a power of protection, they're of the
occult. Anything used for the occult invites demonic
I once worked with
a woman who often had headaches when she drove. This
woman had been involved in a number of fender bender
accidents in the past six months. When we addressed
any demonic spirits attached to the guardian angel figure
hanging from her rear-view mirror, there was a
manifestation. After the spirits were cast away through God
in Jesus' name, the headaches and fender benders were
no longer a factor.
Picture of Jesus
Hanging a picture of Jesus for protection will have the
opposite effect. Jesus is a member of the Holy Trinity, but
assigning a power to an artist's depiction of Him is of the
occult, as surely as if it were a pentagram.
Statue of Virgin Mary
The Virgin Mary is loved and revered by Christians
throughout the world. Mary was a good and righteous woman,
worthy of being chosen to bear God's son. But the
Bible says nothing of her being divine or of having the
power to heal, perform miracles, or answer prayers. Demonic
spirits, however, will not hesitate to do these things in
The pentagram is known to be of the occult, yet many people
wear pentagrams for protection regardless of whether or not
they're into Witchcraft or Satanism. It goes without
saying that demonic spirits come "linked" to the pentagram
even if the owner or wearer is a Christian.
White Light and/or Colors of Protection
Surrounding oneself by a circle or dome of imaginary white
light is perhaps the best known form of psychic
"protection." I used it the entire time I was involved
with New Age spirit guides. In the end when my guides
revealed their true identity as demons, they revealed that
they'd been laughing at me for years for my belief that
white light could protect me. Beyond this, I had additional
spirits in my life for having done it.
It is believed in
much of the psychic realm that certain colors other than
white light also protect. The most "powerful" color
other than white is said to be blue. Using colors for
protection is just as much of the Occult as surrounding
oneself with the imaginary white light.
Eye of Horus
I worked with an
harassment victim whose fiancÚ had hung the Eye of Horus
over their front door for protection. When she climbed
on a chair to try to take it down, the demonic spirits
attached to it tried to knock her off the chair.
I've worked with
literally hundreds of harassment victims, helping them to
identify the things in their lives that have opened the
doors to the demonic. In every case -- without
exception -- demonic spirits have manifested in
association with anything for which a power had been
assigned. This includes all of the items above, as well as
the many protection items not referred to on this page.
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