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DOES IDOLATRY ALWAYS GROW INTO ACTUAL DEVIL WORSHIP?
by Eugene Lopatynsky
3/07/2018 / Christian Living
THIS IS THE SECOND OF THE 10 COMMANDMENTS OF ALMIGHTY GOD TO US ALL;
Exodus 20: 4-5
4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.
5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the Lord thy God am a jealous God,
What do you see within some giant religions today? Can you see the will of and obedience to the God of Abraham? Or do you see 6000 years of immense Idolatry, the Pagan Traditions of Samirabis (Queen of Heaven) and Tamuz, masquerading as baby Jesus? In addition there appears a pantheon of disguised demons (Necromancer circles), under assumed “holy” names, presented with the sun disk (sun worship, Baal) behind their heads.
The chief concern, seemingly, of God for Israel entering Canaan, was that the Hebrews might pick up the customs of idolatry through close association or interbreeding with the original demonized inhabitants.
What is a NECROMANCER circle?
A Necromancer is a person who speaks to the dead. Paul, Peter, John - all are dead; only one came back from the dead: Christ Jesus. It was explicitly forbidden by God to speak to the dead. Has anybody ever seen a Jew praying to Moses? Or Isaiah? Or Abraham? Speaking to the “dead” has always been the beginning of Spiritism, Demonism and idol worship.
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