The New Evangelical Christian Demonology
A group of Evangelical Christians called Dominionists who are part of the National Apostolic Reformation (NAR) make extensive use of imprecatory prayers (Biblical curses) and have their own demonology, some of which is newly invented.
This group of Evangelicals practice black magic in the sense that they use powers, generated through high emotion, which they believe come from their god to curse their enemies. They make use of vivid imagery and violent language. This Christian death cult believes that it is at war with spirits that have a direct influence on present day events. They attribute natural disasters to the hand of god.
They believe that by prayer, they can ask for their god to control these demons. They, also, believe that by imprecatory or malefic prayer, they can curse their enemies. Demons are attributed by them as the cause of disease and unwanted behaviors, such as addiction or “sin.” They have their own method of saying prayers (and beating people with Bibles, according to some accounts from people I know who have been subjected to their abuses) to “exorcise” demons, which they call “deliverance.”
They differ from other Christians in that they believe in extra-biblical prophesy and many of their leaders and members claim to have received visions of a violent future for the U.S. and the world.
List of Christian Evangelical Demons
The Harlot: A sun goddess that seduces and has sex with world leaders. (“Wagner’s Insane Demonology. Retrieved October 13, 2012. http://freethoughtblogs.com/dispatches/2011/10/11/wagners-insane-demonology)
Statue of Liberty: “The Queen of Heaven,” which they believe is an ancient Egyptian goddess. A group of these Christians, called the DC40, met around the time of Halloween in 2011 to curse the statue.
Baal: An ancient god of the Cananites of Africa. They believe this is the god of the Masons.
Beliel: Figures heavily in their doctrines; an ancient spirit of deceit. They believe him to be “Satan.”
Catholic Saints: All Catholic saints are believed to be “spirits of darkness.” NAR leader, C. Peter Wagner urged his followers to burn statues of the saints.
Molech: A Cananite spirit (may be Melek T’aus, the “peacock angel” of the Yezidis of present-day Iraq) accused of accepting the sacrifice of children in the Old Testament. They believe this is another name for “Satan.”
The usage of the term “Satan” by Christians, in general, is very confusing. It is unclear if Satan is one personage or multiple personages with a shared name. It seems to vary at their convenience. “Satan” is, of course, another term for “adversary.” “Satan” is, also, anyone who disagrees with them.
There is a hierarchy of demons with kings in charge of lower ranking demons. In Christian spiritual warfare, they ask god to destroy the king demon. This has some things in common with classical Western demonology, in which the there is a hierarchy that must be appealed to. For instance, in the Lesser Key of Solomon, when the conjurations fail to produce a demonic manifestation, the king of the particular demon is invoked.
The Use of Imprectory Prayers
Imprecatory prayers are prayers from the bible for the death and destruction of enemies. Usually, the prayers involve trying to dominate the will of the person who is their target, but if this fails, they ask their god to destroy the person in a number of different ways, including financially and eventually call for their death. Interestingly, some Christians seem to have difficulty pronouncing the word “imprecatory.” They spell it correctly, but pronounce it like “impregnatory.”
Psalm 109, especially verse 8, is popularly prayed against President Obama. At least, one person, Sgt. Matthew New, has lost his military career for praying for the death of the Commander in Chief. Since Obama entered office, caps, t-shirt, bumper stickers and other items urging people to “Pray for Obama” have popped up. These wishes for his death have been interpreted as the threat they are. (“Sergeant Suspended for Imprecatory Prayer Against President Obama,” by Sarah Jones, January 4, 2011. Retrieved on October 10, 2012. http://www.politicususa.com/sergeant-prayer-obama.html)
“Unfortunately this isn’t an isolated incident. On Fox News Radio (the Alan Colmes show) in June of 2009, Wiley Drake, pastor of First Southern Baptist Church in Buena Park, Calif., and former running mate of American Independent Party presidential candidate Alan Keyes, admitted to using imprecatory prayers against now- murdered abortion provider Dr Tiller. “(Ibid)
Christian Murderer, Scott Roeder, Says There Will Be More Anti-Woman Violence
Wiley Drake, who endorsed Mike Huckabee for the office of President of the U.S., is well-known for his use of imprecatory prayers. Dr. George Tiller was an abortion provider in Wichita, Kansas who was murdered on May 31, 2009 by Scott Roeder, a member of a violent anti-woman organization. After Roeder murdered Dr. Tiller, he said, “I am glad George Tiller is dead,” and he called Dr. Tiller, who was a beloved physician, “a brutal, murdering monster” and said he is “grateful to God” for his murder. (“Ex-Southern Baptist Leader: Abortion Doctor’s Murder Answer To Prayer” Retrieved October 13, 2012. http://www.kwtx.com/home/headlines/46761742.htmler Dr Tiller.)
These Christians believe that the imprecatory prayers are good because they believe that their good god is going to destroy “the wicked.” To them this is “god’s judgment” being visited upon their enemies, which is a demonstration of the “love of god.” Much like the old Medieval witch hunters, they believe it is better for a person to die than to live a life of “wickedness.”
List of Popular Imprecatory Prayers
There are many cursing prayers in the Bible, but the most popular are probably Psalm 109, which is mentioned above, and Psalm 137.
This is part of Psalm 109, it is only a portion of this hair-raising curse against an enemy:
“Set thou a wicked man over him: and let Satan stand at his right hand. When he shall be judged, let him be condemned: and let his prayer become sin. Let his days be few; and let another take his office. Let his children be fatherless, and his wife a widow. Let his children be continually vagabonds, and beg: let them seek their bread also out of their desolate places. Let the extortioner catch all that he hath; and let the strangers spoil his labour. Let there be none to extend mercy unto him: neither let there be any to favour his fatherless children. Let his posterity be cut off; and in the generation following let their name be blotted out. Let the iniquity of his fathers be remembered with the Lord; and let not the sin of his mother be blotted out. Let them be before the Lord continually, that he may cut off the memory of them from the earth. Because that he remembered not to shew mercy, but persecuted the poor and needy man, that he might even slay the broken in heart.”
Similar curses to the above have been documented to be used by Voodoo practitioners like the legendary Marie LaVeau.
This is part of Psalm 137:
“If I do not remember thee, let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth; if I prefer not Jerusalem above my chief joy. Remember, O Lord, the children of Edom in the day of Jerusalem; who said, Rase it, rase it, even to the foundation thereof. O daughter of Babylon, who art to be destroyed; happy shall he be, that rewardeth thee as thou hast served us. Happy shall he be, that taketh and dasheth thy little ones against the stones.”
For more curses, see Psalms 7; 35; 52; 55; 58; 59; 69 and 79.
These Psalms are used to request the destruction of enemies:
Psalm 5:10; 21:8-12; 28:4,5; 31:17-18; 35:3a,4-8,20-21,24-26; 40:14-15; 54:5; 55:15; 56:6b-7; 59:5-8,11-15; 63:9-11; 69:22-28; 79:6,7,12; 110:6; 137:7-9; 139:19-22; 140:9-11; 141:10; 143:12).
The Psalms are, of course, partially attributed to the Hebrew Sorcerer, King Solomon, who is the pagan king revered by the Masons, whose work is, also, admired by many modern witches. Therefore, you should certainly feel free to use these prayers in your own spells and rituals.
Other good sources for Christian curses and maledictions is the Book of Jeremiah:
Jeremiah 11:18-20; 15:15-18; 17:18; 18:19-23; 20:11,12; 42:18; 44:12
Genesis 12:3, “The one who curses you I will curse.” and :I will bless those who bless you…And in you all the families of the earth will be
Dangers of Christian Evangelical Black Magicians
This particular group of Evangelicals is very deceptive. While all of Christianity is based on a fictional foundation, the Dominionists or NAR have gone to great lengths to re-write American and world history. They refuse to accept commonly known, well-established and logical scientific concepts in favor of fantasy.
Part of their belief involves the Seven Mountains movement and the concept of the Apocalypse. They believe that their people must completely take over seven areas of life, which are business, government, media, arts and entertainment, education, the family and religion, before Jesus will return and take only certain faithful believers with him. This is portrayed in the “Left Behind” series of books and films. ]
They, also, believe that wars must begin between the modern state of Israel and countries in the Middle East dominated by Muslims before the faithful will be rescued by their savior. George W. Bush, Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, Pat Robertson, Gov. Rick Perry of Texas, Michelle Bachman and other prominent household political names are members of this group.
These black magicians have entered popular political life by stealth, by keeping secret their true beliefs and intentions. One of their “spiritual warfare” headquarters is the International House of Prayer Kansas City in Kansas City, Missouri.
They believe in something called “Joel’s Army,” which is based on the biblical book, Joel 2. This is a Luciferian doctrine, that teaches that certain among them will become gods and powerful sorcerers, able to raise the dead and perform other acts of witchcraft. The problem with their belief is that they believe that, as gods, they have to power to pass judgment and destroy their enemies, which, again, is anyone who disagrees with them. (Note: This is a perverted form of Luciferianism, much like the Mormon belief that they can become gods on earth through Second Anointing and in the after life by means of polygamy. Please, see my article on Lucifer and Luciferianism.)
These Christian black magicians do not simply recite prayers and make war with demonic entities, they are very organized and capable of violence.
The next time a Christian says they’re going to “pray for you” – remember this! I suggest throwing a little curse back in their direction.
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