Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Children's Lit: Glen Wit, The Wizard

Notice the lightning bolt in the book's title. Lightning images can be used in the occult. Remember the mark on Harry Potter's forehead.. and that Jesus beheld Satan as lightning fall from heaven. (Luke 10:18 KJV)

This children's book introduces young readers to a wizard named Glen Wit. It's amazing that the Bible and Christian prayer was removed from public schools in the 1960s, yet nearly anything else is acceptable. Parents and administrators probably pat themselves on their own backs for shielding kids from the most violent and sexual media. The Bible says that this witch stuff is just as dangerous. (Galatians 5:20, Deuteronomy 18:11)

Glen Wit has an enchanted scarf with Masonic checks. He also has lots of rhymes, used to cast his spells. Are these young readers almost ready to cast their own? Do they have the proper vocal cadence yet?

Fireworks are thought to affect the lower spirits that surround us. From Occult View, a site that explores the paranormal:

Maybe there are many types of astral flora and fauna. If the natural world has so many forms of life, why not the astral world? The danger with these astral forms is if a human contacts them. And assumes astral wildlife are equal with humanity. Imagine channeling a lesser, animalistic astral entity. A good reason to avoiding channeling with just anything out there. With this idea we can see why firecrackers just might scare away lowly negative spirits.

..and it's all back to normal. Glen is all light and no heat..

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