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Rituals, Reality, and Rewards

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Over the years I have exposed the interworking’s of occult rituals performed in plain view and even embedded in American currency. It is very difficult to share this research with people because there is a disbelief in the reality of the spirit realm. The Bible is replete with occult rituals from staining doorways with lambs blood to the magic demonstrated by Moses against the Pharaoh. King Solomon is the most famous of all Biblical occultist with literature and merchandise available for purchase around the world.

Occult symbols and motifs are nested in modern reality because there is a reward system at the end of the ritual. Ancient literature on this subject matter is replete with process definition and rules necessary to commune with spiritual entities. Occult magic is quite real and I have pointed this out clearly on this site for years now. Over the years I have searched for a movie which would illustrate these occult practices without too much fanfare.

 



For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways;

- Psalm 91:11

 

I recently encountered a movie which is simply art mimicking occult reality. If you have not seen the movie, “A Dark Song” I suggest you stop reading now because there are spoilers ahead. Ironically, this movie starts out with a Psalm 91:11, that is often overlooked in religious circles. Most Christians are quick to point out the Power of the Most High, Christ, and the Holy Spirit, but the fact is the Most High created a spiritual hierarchy we should be interacting with and calling upon as well.

Most people believe you have to simply ask for angels and they simply intercede. This is true to an extent, but occult rituals merge interdimensional systems which can be described as spiritual algorithms. There is a required formula including the body, mind, emotional state, and sacred letters to activate an interventional connection with spiritual beings. Abraham, Moses, Solomon, and David became adepts with this occult science and the fruit of their rituals are timelessly discussed in modern times.

 

 

They all knew the power of protection in the occult circle and how to script a circle with sacred characters to call upon specific spiritual beings. There are also times and seasons for specific rituals and these Holy men knew them all. The difference between them and pagan occultist were intentions. This word intention is one of the most important facets of occult science. It is here things can be defined as good or evil.

These Holy men who served the Most High operated out of the agenda of His Kingdom and were granted full power of His authority. This is where the statement comes from: “If God is with us who can be against us?” The spiritual hierarchy operates under a Kingship and it is a realm with vastness that cannot be comprehended while encased in flesh. “A Dark Song” is about a wealthy woman whose son was murdered in an occult ritual by teenagers.

 

 

She paid for a jaded adept occultist to guide her under the guise of speaking with her dead son. The movie touches on diet and sexual constraints in order to purify the self for the ritual. The adept occultist was a flawed character who artistically created pentacles on the floor of her mansion and expertly executed the occult rituals. The pentacles he created showed characters I have seen in the windows of Independence Hall on the American $100 bill.

These pentacles act as phone numbers to very specific entities for certain purposes required by the adept occultist. The backdrop of the movie is the distrust between the two characters and the inability of the first time occultist to trust in the occult process. The adept occultist is seasoned in occult rituals and has seen gods, angels, and demons. The only protection from the demons was staying inside the circle of salt deployed around the house.

As the movie progresses sex magic is introduced inside the circle and tempers flare between the two. Eventually there is a knife accident and the adept occultist is unable to seek medical attention because he is forbidden to leave the circle without dire consequence. He inevitably chooses death in order to honor the ritual. I will admit the movie is slow, but it is chalked full of occult secrets and eventually the climax is a reward of “seeing is believing.”

 

 

We must ask ourselves as students of the Bible what other practices should we be studying? How is it the demonstrations of men like Abraham, Moses, Solomon, and David are not part of our spiritual education? Why must we rely on movies to give us glimpses into the mechanics of spiritual communion? I submit these teachings were removed from the Bible in order to keep as dependent on something other than ourselves.

“A Dark Song” shows us we must humble ourselves and ask ourselves why blood is a requirement in rituals? It seems words without blood are just words when it comes to evoking spiritual power. There is a moment at the end of the movie after the woman is maimed by demons where she becomes sorry for her intentions and mercy is granted for her escape to the higher realm circle.

She escapes the clutches of demons in the lower realm represented by the basement and transcends her human need for vengeance. In the end she asked a majestic powerful being for the power of forgiveness. The majestic being briefly smiles at the beauty of the request and grants her the favor. This movie is a must see if you would like to gain an insight into the realm of the occult science.

This is why the elite have interwoven occult science into our currency and entertainment. These beings are attached to it all and it has set the stage to deviate all life away from the King. Moses showed us it is possible to fight back using occult science powered by the King. No one could make war with Moses because his spiritual army was and is superior to all others.

It is time for us to look behind the occult current without labels and come to the table with pure intentions rooted in the Kingdom of the Most High. Otherwise our words will just be words.


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