Skip to comments.The BLM Connection to Witchcraft
Posted on 09/04/2020 8:34:24 PM PDT by Blogger
This video is fascinating. Includes audio recordings of BLM leaders.
Its not witchcraft, its satanism.
The left is entirely connected and intertwined with satanism. Its as obvious as day and night.
It is. They chant Hail Satan, but it’s also African spirit religion and witchcraft. Please spend the 20 minutes to listen to this video.
this is a very important video. Thank you for sharing. American mainline churches are celebrating BLM and people need to know what they are taking part in.
This is not surprising. Haiti’s revolutionaries pledged allegiance to Satan if they achieved independence from France, and Haiti has been cursed ever since. Likewise, the Democrats publicly rejected God at their 2012 national convention.
Not just mainline. The Southern Baptists were instructed to not say All Lives Matter and to say Black Lives Matter. It’s infecting everything.
There’s a distinction?
The beat and rapp
...”There were twenty of them ...the Lord began to explain to me, one witchdoctor has 5000 devils in him .... another 7000...a third 10,000....”
Don’t Waste the Blood p.266
After reminding his listeners that Patrisse Cullors, one of the co-founders of the Black Lives Matter movement, described herself as a trained Marxist, Hamilton read aloud a quote from Cullors explaining her point of view on spirituality.
Im calling for spirituality to be deeply radical," Cullors said. Were not just having a social justice movement, this is a spiritual movement.
Hamilton played audio from a Zoom-type conversation between Cullors and Dr. Melina Abdullah, a professor of African studies at California State University Los Angeles who founded the groups L.A. chapter.
The conversation took place in June, shortly after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Weve become very intimate with the spirits that we call on regularly, Abdullah said in the clip. Each of them seems to have a different presence and personality. You know, I laugh a lot with Wakiesha I didnt meet her in her body, right? I met her through this work.
The Wakiesha mentioned by Abdullah refers to Wakiesha Wilson, an African-American woman who was found dead in a Los Angeles jail back in 2016.
Hamilton argues that the conversation proved that Black Lives Matter leaders were summoning the spirits of the dead [and] using the power of the spirits of the dead in order to give them the ability to do what theyre calling the so-called justice work.
Hamilton stated that those leaders seeking to summon the spirits of the dead are adhering to the Yoruba religion of Ifa.
They are summoning dead spirits, he said. One of the touchstones of this religious practice is ancestral worship. Guess what the Bible calls that folks? Witchcraft.
In the recording, Cullors went on to talk about how they were resurrecting the spirits so they can work through us to get the work that we need to get done.
I started to feel personally connected and responsible and accountable to them, both from a deeply political place but also from a deeply spiritual place, Cullors said. In my tradition, you offer things that your loved one who passed away would want, whether its like honey or tobacco, things like that.
Its so important, not just for us, to be in direct relationship to our people who have passed, but also for them to know weve remembered them, she added. I believe so many of them work through us.
Abdullah said that the first thing people do when they hear of murder is pray and pour libation we built with the community where the persons life was stolen.
And it took almost a year for me to realize that this movement is much more than a racial and social justice movement, Abdullah said. At its core, its a spiritual movement because were literally standing on spilled blood.
The women proceeded to discuss the meaning behind one of the most common chants associated with the Black Lives Matter movement: Say her name.
When we say the names, right, so we speak their names, we say her name, say their names, we do that all the time, that you kind of invoke that spirit. And then those spirits actually become present with you, Abdullah added.
Hamilton contended that Abdullah and others really believe that the names of the folks that they are saying have become ancestral gods.
Cullors said that spirituality is at the center of Black Lives Matter.
I think thats not just for us. I feel like so many leaders and so many organizers are deeply engaged in
a pretty important spiritual practice, she said. I dont think
I could do this work without that. I dont think I could do it as long as Ive done it and as consistently. It feels like if I didnt do that, it would be antithetical to this work.. . .
Its a spiritual battle that is being played out in the physical realm.
Their problem is, they are on the losing team.
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I sent this email to my small group based on the Hamilton video.
Hi all, I wanted to talk a little about the current social justice climate and BLM. Christians have been at the vanguard for social justice from the abolition of slavery to the civil rights movement. We can have differences of opinion as to the current state and how we can grow and heal. Even then, that work will always be incomplete as we still live in a fallen world.
I’d like to address Black Lives Matter Inc which is an organization / corporate entity that drives the message of black lives matter. I believe that having the same name for both is used to confuse and attack people as you can be pro-black lives but oppose BLM Inc and be considered a racist. Patrisse Cullors, an avowed, trained Marxist, is the current leader of BLM Inc and is one of three co-founders. Besides their marxist roots, and among other things, they seek to dismantle the nuclear family, celebrate homosexuality, destroy the idea of man and woman.
Just from that alone, BLM Inc is antithetical to Christianity and the Gospel message.
What I like to address is something that I believe is much more sinister. I’ve been watching many live feeds of the protest and riots. I can say much has been peaceful (although very crude and obnoxious and borderline dangerous) and some are not. When it’s not, it’s generally at night. What I have found interesting is that the method of protest, way it’s led, chants said and actions taken are nearly identical. This makes sense as BLM Inc has a playbook that gets disseminated and will move assets where there are needed. What I also feel is that the protesters and rioters don’t seem right and are acting in ways that supersede just anger. I have also made mention to my wife, that at times, they seem possessed. It appears my misgivings about what was going on may be warranted as I was led to the video below:
The BLM Connection to Witchcraft
that is also referenced in the article below:
As you know, I’m fairly skeptical being a former Atheist, so I wanted to find the original source of this Zoom call between Patrisse Cullors and Melina Abdullah (co-founder of BLM Los Angeles). See below:
Patrisse Cullors @osopepatrisse with Melina Abdullah @docmellymel. June 13, 2020.
Here’s additional information about their belief system:
You may be thinking that it’s just the leadership that’s engaging in witchcraft, but I’ve seen enough live protests to know the pattern. One or more people are on a bullhorn. That person is a director and will direct the people to go a certain direction, do a certain thing and prompt a response from the crowd. The crowd will march, raise their hand, bow and chant including saying the names of those who have died. This pattern repeats itself over and over again across protests and across different states.
In light of what we now know from the Zoom call, it would seem that the participants are knowingly or unknowingly taking part in a ritual camouflaged as a protest where the priest / priestess (director) are trying to summon the spirits of the dead (or demons) to give them and the others power and protection. These rituals are also mocking God by mimicking the actions reserved for Him such as: raising out hands to ask for His help (Exodus 17:11), asking in His name for providence (John 14:14) and bowing to God in obedience (Philippians 2:10). They’re also forcing unwilling participants to do these actions which I originally thought was to shame people, but now seems to have darker intentions:
hands up (NSFW)
say her name (NSFW)
Since these practices compete against Scripture, the participants, who are now whipped up in a religious fervor, need to “war” against God and His people. See examples below:
Death to America (NSFW)
Black Lives Matter attacks Catholic prayer group (NSFW)
BLM protestors crash church service, assault worshippers (NSFW)
Burn bibles (NSFW)
F Your Jesus (NSFW)
Portland BLM Celebrates Murder (NSFW)
As God’s church and His people wrestle with the issues of today, let us not ally ourselves with people / groups that are not only incompatible with God and His Scripture but seek to deceive us.
KCRWs Jonathan Bastian talks with Melina Abdullah, co-founder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles and Professor of Pan-African Studies at California State University, Los Angeles and Hebah Ferrag, assistant director of research at USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture about the role of the church, prayer and rituals in the Black Lives Matter movement. . .Do you remember how the movement shifted into a more spiritual direction? Abdullah: Absolutely, there was always some component of spirituality. So I think about the first night that we gathered and the summoning of ancestors to space and the very palpable spiritual energy that circulated through the group as we stood in a circle at St. Elmo Village, which is probably one of the most spiritual spaces in the city. It's a Black artist and organizing community in mid-city, and, we stood under the moon and pledged to build a movement. : The role of spirituality and prayer in the Black Lives Matter movement
When they scream “SAY THEIR NAME!” they aren't talking about a deceased person like they claim, they really want you to invoke a demonic spirit and become part of their occult ritual.
“BLM Co-Founder, LA Chapter Leader Discuss Groups Occultic Practices of Invoking Spirits, African Ancestral Worship”
“In an interview posted to social media, Black Lives Matter (BLM) Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors, along with BLM Los Angeles Co-Founder Melina Abdullah, discussed the spiritual component of the movement, explaining the practices and rituals performed to remember and invoke the spirits of deceased African Americans.
We speak their names [and] you kind of invoke that spirit, and then their spirits actually become present with you...”
“What does the Bible say about necromancy?”
“Answer: Necromancy is defined as the conjuring of the spirits of the dead for purposes of magically revealing the future or influencing the course of events. In the Bible, necromancy is also called divination, sorcery and spiritism and is forbidden many times in Scripture (Leviticus 19:26; Deuteronomy 18:10; Galatians 5:19-20; Acts 19:19) as an abomination to God. It is something that the Lord speaks very strongly against and is to be avoided as much as any evil. The reason for this is twofold.
First, necromancy is going to involve demons and opens the one who practices it to demonic attack. Satan and his demons seek to destroy us, not to impart to us truth or wisdom. We are told that our enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour (1 Peter 5:8). Second, necromancy does not rely on the Lord for information, the Lord who promises to freely give wisdom to all who ask for it (James 1:5). This is especially telling because the Lord always wants to lead us to truth and life, but demons always want to lead us to lies and serious damage.
The idea that dead peoples spirits can be contacted for information is false. Those who attempt such contact inevitably contact demonic spirits, not the spirits of dead loved ones. Those who die go immediately to heaven or hellheaven if they believed in Jesus as Savior, and hell if they did not. There is no contact between the dead and the living. Therefore, seeking the dead is unnecessary and very dangerous.”
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