Most of the time when we hear the word magic it often hearkens us to the image of a witch or wizard in movies like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings or perhaps Wicca or the Blair Witch Trials or Mickey Mouse in Fantasia. Perhaps this is a physical image conjured by the imagination or an image that has been superimposed upon our subconscious since childhood so that we reconcile magic in the unseen realm to witches and wizards in physical reality. Whatever the case magic is something that needs further examination and a much deeper understanding.
Most people will laugh at the idea of magic being real, but if only they knew what magic really is, they would not be laughing. (Source)
Perhaps the association of magic to witches and wizards is accurate in some sense, but I believe it is important to understand the nuts and bolts of what magic is and what it is not.
It is important to first understand that energy is everything. The political systems of this world are based on energy: where to get it, how to get it, how to better harness its power and be the greatest world power. Most of the political alliances between nations are formed and decided against resources and energy abundance.
All of the wars in recent memory have been fought over energy in the form of oil. I know we’ve been told it’s about weapons of mass destruction and terrorists, but that is simply the cover photo. Once you look under the hood, so-to-speak, an entirely different truth is revealed.
What does magic and energy have to do with each other? Well, in a word, everything. Magic is simply the manipulation of energy to achieve a desired end.
Words are not just elements of speech or writing, because they can be used to affect how energy travels through space. When spoken out loud, words transform into vibrations that can be used to direct energy. This is one of the first steps to creating magic effects.(Source)
There are a number of articles on RevelationNow that discuss the magic performances of the last several Superbowl half time shows. There are often comments on the articles decrying the suggestion that these shows use magic for malicious means or those who simply think the whole idea is ludicrous, insinuating there is no such thing as magic. I suppose that is why the media has gone to such great lengths to program the subconscious mind to the notion that magic is fictitious by associating it with fictional characters like Harry Potter and Mickey Mouse. The fact is, though, that the media is casting a spell on you every time you flip the TV on, watch a movie, listen to your favorite music, or ingest whatever form of entertainment you enjoy. Very clever the media is (said with the best Yoda impression I can conjure, pun intended :-)).
Have you ever considered that as children we are taught from a very early age to spell in school. Why label the task of arranging alphabet letters in a particular order to form words “spelling?” Not so coincidentally, we were tested on this more than anything else, also. Did anyone else take a weekly spelling test in school? Think about it, what does casting a magical spell have to do with spelling? Well again, everything.
The art of magic is often practiced along with certain words and sacred geometries. The types of words that are used in magic rituals are the words that produce powerful sound tones when spoken out loud. These sound tones have powerful vibrational patterns, which are used to direct energy and harness its power.
When you speak words, you are casting your thoughts and vibrations into Earth’s magnetic field or magic field, which is the energy field that creates the reality of Earth. If you are not careful and say certain words together, you can actually cast a spell without even being aware of it. Have you ever wondered why one of the first things they teach you to do in school is how to “spell.”
When you go to school for the first time in your life, you are taught the alphabet, which is made of letters that are designed using sacred geometry. These letters are ideograms which are written symbols that represent ideas. One very important thing you need to know about all written symbols is that they are created into existence from the egg (the dot) and the serpent (the line). The egg and the serpent are important symbols in the religion of secret society.
After learning the alphabet, you are taught how to “spell” using the letters of the alphabet. This is to prepare you for the day you can cast magic spells through the use of spelling! Did you notice that “magic spell” and “spell-ing” have the word “spell” in them? This is no accident. It is right in your face! The hidden intent of spelling is to cast magic spells.
Most people are too ignorant (lacking in knowledge), so they have no idea what they are actually doing when they yell harsh words at one another using swear words or “curse” words. They did not call it curse words for no reason. Are you starting to see the big picture? ( Source)
At this point, you might be thinking that I am pulling this stuff from my hinder regions, but scripture also has something to say about the power of words. I would also like to point out that so often the Christian faith has been minimized to list of rules, avoiding sin, and do and don’ts. We have missed the point entirely. That sort of Christianity is religion. It pushes aside some of the most important life altering details for a list religious dictum. It is a form of Godliness but denies the power thereof (2Tim3:5).
The idea that magic is the spoken word is very evident in scripture. The entire universe was created by the spoken word after all and is still being held together by the vibrations of those words.
For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him. And he is before all things, and in him all things hold together. Collosians 1:16-17
Remember …In the beginning was the word, the word was with God, and the word was God. (John 1:1)
So in him (the Most High God), who is the word, are all things held together.
Jesus made some very strong statements about words. In general, we blow right by them for a list of thou shalts and thou shalt nots. This is not the faith Christ taught, this is a distortion of his his teachings. Let me show you.
I tell you, on the day of judgment people will give account for every careless word they speak, for by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned.” Matthew 12:36-37
Why do you suppose Jesus said by your words you shall be condemned and not your actions, sins, or misdeeds? Too often we fail to consider the weight of words or the affect they may have on our eternal destination.
And he called the people to him and said to them, “Hear and understand:it is not what goes into the mouth that defiles a person, but what comes out of the mouth; this defiles a person. Matthew 15:10-11
This is a fairly strong statement. It is the words we speak that pollute us, not what we eat. How can that be? We set things in motion when we speak, we send vibrations into the earth’s electromagnetic field that shape reality.
James 3:1-12 is an entire diatribe on taming the tongue. Why is the tongue so important that an entire chapter of the book of James is devoted to it? Does this not speak to how important words are?
9 With it we bless our Lord and Father, and with it we curse people who are made in the likeness of God. 10 From the same mouth come blessing and cursing.
Note the use of the words blessing and cursing. Cursing is something typically attributed to a magic practitioner or a sailor and blessing to a believer or the Most High, but both are done with the use of words.
Recall the story of the Israelites who were conquering Canaan and came to the city of Jericho. One little but often overlooked verse in this story is where Joshua told the army not to shout or even utter a word until the day he tells them to shout. So that means, they did not utter a word for seven days until the command was given by Joshua. This is a little unimaginable that an entire army and priesthood would not utter a word for six + days. This in and of itself seems miraculous.
But Joshua commanded the people, “You shall not shout or make your voice heard, neither shall any word go out of your mouth, until the day I tell you to shout. Then you shall shout.” Joshua 6:10
Interesting that the command was not to speak. Just from cursory observation of the Israelite’s inability to keep their mouths shut after leaving Egypt may have had something to do with it. They were constantly complaining against God on their journey to the Promised Land. I believe this was an effort to prevent negative speech during the 7 days of marching around the city, which would have undermined the attack.
The second interesting thing here is the command to shout with the blast of the ram’s horn on the seventh day. Well, that’s odd. How is shouting going to topple a city full of giants. I know you might say God can do things however he wants and I don’t disagree, but this was a military operation in accordance with universal spiritual laws.
You see, for the same reason thousands of people gather into a football stadium and yell and scream while watching a bunch of hulk like figures chase a piece of pig skin around, Israel assembled around the mightily fortified walls of Jericho to blast sound vibrations into the ether to bring those walls down. The city of Jericho like many football stadiums in the United States are situated on ley lines. Ley lines are a kind of energy grid that surrounds the earth. This is also most likely the reason the Superbowl was chosen to include a magical ritual at half time. The amount of emotional and sound energy is maximum at this event.
Along with stones made of crystalline properties, humans are energy conductors as well. Humans vibrate at a resonance that generates sound and human emotion is simply energy in motion. The human voice is a powerful energy generator. A shocking discovery came out of Michael’s investigation of most ancient site energy grids on the ley lines of the planet. Many of the ancient energy grid sites contained amphitheaters or coliseums. One can surmise that these structures were similar to coliseums of Roman times or the football stadiums of today. When many humans gather, they create an enormous amount of energy that can be harvested through emotion, excitement, fear, and the sound of the human voice.
(I do not agree that annunaki were responsible for the energy grid surrounding the earth as this article suggests. I do however believe they have hijacked it for malevolent purposes.)
It is also plausible that in the 6 days leading up to the shout and blast of ram’s horn to topple Jericho’s walls, a massive amount of emotional energy was building up in the Israelite camp. When the order was given to shout all of that emotional energy was released along with the massive release of sound vibration from the shouting army and the ram’s horns and, Viola! the walls came tumbling down.
The other element to consider in this is the Ark of the Covenant that traveled with the Israelites and circled the city of Jericho for 7 days with the Israelite army walking before it and behind it. The Ark is believed to be a powerful electrical capacitor and Nikola Tesla lso believed the Ark of the Covenant could create stone crushing vibrations. (Source)
In an article written by Doug Yurchey entitled ‘High-Technology In The Bible ‘ Yurchey states:
‘In Exodus, Moses was given instructions on building the Ark of the Covenant. The inventive genius, Nikola Tesla, wrote in ‘The Wall of Light’ that Moses had to have been a skilled electrical engineer. The Ark, Tesla concluded, was a very powerful ‘condenser.’ It created intense vibrations that could smash solid stone. The Israelites carted the device into battle and won wars with it; not unlike the vibration weapons used in the film ‘Dune.’
…The story of Jericho is told in the Book of Joshua. The actual site of Jericho was found. The stone walls were over ten feet thick. What could bring down massive walls? According to the Old Testament, it was the power of the Lord. Marching around the stone fort and blowing trumpets could not possibly shatter such walls. The Ark of the Covenant was there and responsible for ‘tumbling down’ the walls of Jericho. There are numerous references to, again, a great shout.’ (Source)
In much the same way that the Ark stored and emitted energy, there are ancient locations around the world like the Giza pyramid that are believed to collect, store and emit electrical energy that are also located on ley lines. So, the sound and emotion energy produced in places like ley line situated football stadiums can easily be collected and put on to the ley line grid and transferred to collectors like the Giza Pyramid and in theory store or transfer this energy for use by the malevolent spiritual beings.
All this to say, if ever there was a magic show, my friends, this was it.
The bottom line here is this, our words powered by emotion and motive are a very powerful form of magic. Several occasions in scripture we see the spoken word in magical capacity. Keep in mind we are not talking about waving a wand while speaking an incantation or something like we see in movies and television. We are talking about simply speaking in regular language during everyday circumstances. For instance, Jesus and the Mulberry tree:
And the Lord said, “If you had faith like a grain of mustard seed, you could say to this mulberry tree, ‘Be uprooted and planted in the sea,’ and it would obey you. Luke 17:6
Jesus said “say.” He didn’t say grab an ax, hack it down and go throw it into the sea. He was not referring to an action. He was talking about words backed by faith.
Most of Christ’s miracles were done through the medium of the spoken word. When Lazarus was raised, Christ didn’t go into the tomb and touch Lazarus or smack him on the face and tell him to get up. He stood outside the tomb and spoke with his voice saying, “Lazarus, come forth.”
I know there are ministries that use and teach the “name it, claim it” mantra for selfish personal reasons and ill-gotten gain. The fact that it is misused does not negate the spiritual principle that words are powerful. These “ministries” are simply misusing it. Please remember the spiritual principle of sewing and reaping also. These individuals will pay the price for the misuse of these principles.
It may seem sac religious to refer to Biblical acts as magical, but my purpose is to help you see that the same spiritual laws work for both good and evil. The magic we saw at the super bowl half time show this year is an example of this. It was a mega ritual meant for evil by harvesting massive amounts of sound vibration from the crowd and the musicians.
We also witnessed the use of runes in accordance with other sacred images to imprint the spell into the subconscious minds of the viewers. There was an incredible amount of emotion and sound energy collected not only from the stadium but from all over the world as people watched from home.
The fact that very few believers recognized or even believe that this was a magic spell indicates the spell was met with very little spiritual resistance, which is unfortunate. If only we could begin to understand and practice scriptural methods and spiritual laws and disregard the religious teachings that have relegated us to material seeking, self-righteous, do gooders then we would be able to “do greater things than these” as Christ said.
“Truly, truly, I say to you, whoever believes in me will also do the works that I do; and greater works than these will he do, because I am going to the Father. John 14:12
Words can also be used to shape our world for good, through a Holy Spirit heart change, thought control, and tongue control. All of things take intentional effort and mindfulness but it is what Christ has called us to.
Just a little food for thought.
For I am sure that neither death nor life, nor angels nor rulers, nor things present nor things to come, nor powers, nor height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.
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