I can attest to this, it also alters things so that random psychics (especially white-light oriented ones) will often give you funny looks, or even try to “fix” you. I’ve been in a pact (basically a marriage) for many years now, and we’re STILL fine tuning things, and altering energy and so on.
I think the gates are opening soon, RavensAscent - I see a lot of evidence, and I’m told there will be Keys soon. I’ll share what I have on here.[/quote]
The “gates” (an eventual changing of the tide, which is already happening in stages), as you say, are indeed opening soon–and I say this as a Christian-- and by the spirit that guides Christians, who has told me the same for many years now.
Of course, the spirit I communicate with tells me of a different end-point, but we all expected that, didn’t we. The point here is that it is not just magicians who are being told this. Christians–the ones who can hear the spirit of their God (which are becoming much fewer in number and which is a HUGE part of the reason the gates are being opened)–are being told the same. In fact, the days are soon approaching in which true Christians (most who call themselves Christian are not actually Christians) will become so sparse on the Earth that they will no longer appear to have a place.
Personally, and despite being a christian, I do not believe many of the things so-called “Christianity” has taught it adherents–much of which has come straight from pastors/ministers and other church “leaders”. While I do believe Yahweh is who he says he is (i.e. creator and “God”), I am very much unlike the typical Christian in that I am unwilling to accept anything as truth without searching it out for myself…and if there is no way of really knowing something for sure, I either go by my gut or postpone my decision. Christians have made MANY mistakes in terms of what they believe and continue to do so.
Unfortunately, most blindly believe what they are taught without searching things out for themselves–and it makes Christians look like fools. For example, I still hear Christians say that they believe the Earth (and the universe) was created in 7 literal days, despite all the massive evidence to the contrary.
The origin of “original” sin and the fall of man, as taught by most Christians, is also loaded with contradictions. Christians teach that man was sinless prior to the fall of Adam, which supposedly took place about 7,000-10,000 years ago–if one traces back the lineage of Jesus to Adam (as found in the Bible). Continuing from there, the Bible also tells us that death is the result of sin and did not enter this world until original sin–or at least that is the traditional interpretation. Therefore, prior to the fall of Adam about 7,000-10,000 years ago, death could not have existed on Earth. LOL. To believe that means that the dinosaurs, and every other living creature that ever existed on this earth (which we know for a fact were killing each other), must have existed only within the last 7,000-10,000 years. That is a joke. The evidence that both life and death have existed on this Earth for millions of years is overwhelming. Anyone who actually believes that life only existed within the last 7-10k years is either exceedingly ignorant or in massive denial. The point here is that death, which supposedly came to this Earth through sin alone, has been here for millions of years. This fact completely obliterates the teaching that man’s sin brought death to this Earth only in the last 7-10k years and in doing so, throws the entire original sin doctrine (as traditionally taught) into dispute. This shakes some significant foundational teachings in the Church.
Of course, if a Christian ever begins to doubt the authenticity of the bible (any part of it) as the infallible word of God, there are looked at like they just committed blasphemy. The fact is that the Bible was put together by the Catholic church (which is far from a christian organization)–by a panel of Catholics who decided which “books” were Holy Spirit inspired and which ones weren’t. Of course, they couldn’t possibly have made any mistakes or left anything important out. It’s an undeniable fact that there are errors in the bible–historical, interpretation-based, and just plain old mistakes by the writers, who sometimes messed up their facts.
I could go on for a long, long time–casting strong doubt on several of the Church’s long-held doctrines.
However, I have no doubt that Yahweh exists…and so do many of you here. The main difference is found in who we believe he is, his origins, etc. Like you guys (magicians), I also communicate with spirits, but of a different kind. The main point of contention between us revolves around which spirits we think are telling the truth. Most magicians tend to think Yahweh is full of shit–that he isn’t who he says he is (creator, God, etc), and that he is not telling the truth about the one he calls his son (Jesus Christ). On the other hand, Christians (real ones) tend to believe he is telling the truth. Both of us are surrounded by spiritual influences constantly–just of a different kind–and I tend to believe that people are most influenced by the spirits they surround themselves with.
For example, I have been told that the “angels” magicians evoke are not angels at all–not Yahweh’s angles–not the true Gabriel, Michael, etc…and that they can NOT be evoked, as they answer only to Yahweh. In truth, the things demons say and the things Yahweh and the Holy Spirit say are so completely contradictory (not on everything, of course, but on many of the most important fronts), that it is basically impossible to find a middle ground.
I come here because I like you guys, and I am just as fascinated by demons and various spiritual agencies as anyone else. If my core beliefs were different, I would probably be a magician because it is extremely enticing, but as you know, my God counsels me against that–tells me that demons are indeed evil and do not have anyone’s best interests at heart (not even those who follow them), even though they often seem to. He says that they have their own agenda, which involves assuming power over this Earth and a return in physical form–and are only using people for their own, temporary gain. I can also say that Yahweh’s point of view regarding why he asks us to do the things he does is FAR different than the demons’ point of view regarding these same matters. in short, demons say he is trying to enslave us, while he says he is not and has his own explanations.
My point in saying all this is two-fold–to show that Yahweh/the Holy Spirit are saying the same thing regarding an “opening of the gates” and that the main difference between us (me and you/magicians) comes down to what we believe is true. All of us are doing what we think is in our own best interest. We are all trying to do what we think is right. Why on Earth would a magician ever want to serve Yahweh if they believe he is trying to enslave the human race with an anti-life approach? Anyone who thinks that would hate him. So, it really comes down to who we think is telling the truth, as we really DON’T know what the truth is about many spiritual matters–because we have NO PROOF. We often make decisions/form beliefs based on our gut, conscious–whatever we want to call it.
But…I believe you guys are correct. The tide is changing. Demonic powers are in the process of assuming power, occultism/magick will continue to grow and gain acceptance, and Christians will eventually be in the small minority.