Abortion is it witchcraft ?
bullet In an article “Child Sacrifice in the New Age”, Jay Rogers states: “The promotion of abortion is not just a political issue for members of Wicca; it is part of a religious agenda – the religion of witchcraft and child sacrifice….we were not able to ascertain whether or not Witches use the blood of aborted children in their sacrifices. …it stands to reason that such a sacrifice, protected by law, could be used by witches.” (Here, they are confusing modern-day Wicca with Christian beliefs during the Renaissance. Witches were then viewed as Satan worshipers who killed and eat children. The Media House author assumes (incorrectly) that Wiccans engage in sacrifices, and speculates whether they use the blood of aborted fetuses (they don’t). The reader may be left with the belief that Witches kill babies. (They don’t; they are specifically prevented from harming themselves and others by the Wiccan Rede.)
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Is Abortion Witchcraft and evil in the eyes of God ?
While “modern witches” may deny the ritual of animal or human sacrifices in their “religion”, there is much evidence to the contrary. There are numerous websites addressing the issue in which the authors give the “resounding” answer, “No.” They claim this common phrase, ‘An it harm none, do what ye will’; in other words, ‘Do what you believe is right, but let no one be harmed by your actions.’ They will also claim that Wiccans believe in the sanctity of all life.
“There is enough evidence that we can say the ancient Celts did practice and perform some form of human sacrifice. There is a great deal of evidence that these sacrifices were both voluntary and involuntary in nature and that the sacrificed were intermediaries that took the petitions of their people directly before the gods of their clan. In another mythology one person’s life is sacrificed so that a noble member of hierarchy would be healed of his terminal illness, thus showing a belief that one sacrificed would give way for another to be saved.”
note:Supposedly, the vaccines that contain residual components of cells from human aborted fetal tissue are manufactured and injected into children for the sake of saving lives.
There are also examples in the Bible of human sacrifices detested by God:
“And he caused his children to pass through the fire in the valley of the son of Hinnom: also he observed times, and used enchantments, and used witchcraft, and dealt with a familiar spirit, and with wizards: he wrought much evil in the sight of the LORD, to provoke him to anger.” -2nd Chronicles 33:6
The “valley of the son of Hinnom,” located south of Jerusalem, where the filth and dead animals of the city were cast out and burned; It was the city garbage dump. Unbelievably, the Moloch religion required parents to sacrifice their children upon the fiery arms of Moloch.
Jeremiah 19:5-5 They have also built the high places of Baal, to burn their sons with fire for burnt offerings to Baal, which I never commanded nor spoke, nor did it come into My mind. Therefore, behold, the days come, says Jehovah, that this place shall no more be called Tophet, nor the valley of the son of Hinnom, but, The Valley of Slaughter.
This was repeated again in Jeremiah 32:35
The ancient city of Carthage was the capital of the Phoenician empire. Recent archaeological expeditions have discovered the high incidence of child sacrifice. Archaeological relics have been uncovered, such as the altars on which children were sacrificed and stone markers, which marked the burial-place of the remains. Stone carvings on the markers depict children who were sacrificed. Clay jars were used to hold the remains. Entire burial grounds full of these slaughtered children have been uncovered.
The Carthaginians were descendants of the ancient Canaanites and worshipped the same god, Baal or Molech. Archaeologists have established that the primary deity that they children were sacrificed to was the goddess Tanet, the name being a regional representation of the more universal Ashtoreth. Archaeologists continue to unearth bodies of children who were sacrificed. Written accounts tell us that the priests of Baal would beat drums during the ritual of sacrifice in order to drown out the cries of the crying mothers.As the Israelites conquered nations in order to take over the land which God had promised to them, they were commanded not to even let a “witch” to live. The witches referred to were those who made human sacrifices. Human sacrifices were also performed by many others:
Aztecs practiced a religious ritual of human sacrifice. The Aztecs, from ancient times to the 1500s, may have sacrificed more people to their gods than any other culture in human history. When the great temple was dedicated in 1487, priests sacrificed thousands of people in a single day. The Aztecs sacrificed to all the gods and goddesses often through bloodletting on the heights of the pyramids.
One account by a Spanish conquistador tells of a skull rack containing 136,000 heads of victims who had been ritually murdered
* Hindus in India
The sacred scriptures of the Hindus, the Vedas, spoke of the desire of the gods for human sacrifice: “The sacrificer will ~sacrifice a man first for man is the first of all animals. Thus he slaughters the victim according to its form and according to its excellence” (Shatapata Veda).
* Celtic and Germanic Tribes of northern Europe.
The ancestors of English and German-speaking people’s – were barbaric, pagan idolaters who sacrificed their own children to the Mother Goddess. Child sacrifice and abortion were practiced and were accepted as facts of everyday life – the necessary consummation of rampant sexual immorality.
|“If women were in charge, abortion would be a sacrament, an occasion of deep and serious and sacred meaning.” Carter Heyward, an ordained Episcopal priest who has been active for many years in the feminist movement|
All this is still going on in the popular form of abortion. The claim has also been made that Wiccans do not promote abortion. In the book, “The Sacrament of Abortion” by Ginnette Paris (A renound Wiccan) a few statements are made in approval of abortion:
Brazilian version of this book.
“I have drawn inspiration throughout this book from a guiding image, the Artemis of Greek mythology (known to the Romans as Diana, the Huntress). She is an untamed Goddess, a champion of what we would think of today as ecological values … her myth is full of what appears to be the same kinds of contradictions that abound in considerations of abortion. Artemis is both protector of wild animals and a hunter who kills them with unerring aim…” (p. 1)
“The same goddess thus offers protection and also death to women, children, and animals. Why these apparent contradictions … personified in a feminine divinity? Is it a way of saying that a woman’s protective power cannot function properly if she does not also possess full power, namely, the power over death as well as life? Her image belongs to us as ~ well as to antiquity, because like all fundamental images of the human experience, which C.G. Jung called ‘archetypes,’ she never really ages but reappears in different forms and different symbols … She encourages us to become more aware of the power of death, its inescapable nature, and its necessary role in a living ecology. Abortion is about love, life, and death.” (p. 2)
“The collective unconscious has always used different ways to reduce the population when resources and space are lacking or when the social climate deteriorates.” (p. 26)
“Artemis had a reputation for liking bloody sacrifices, including human ones … a practice that has given paganism such a bad name…. The story of Artemis claiming Iphigena as a sacrifice can be told and understood in more than one way … in one, Iphigenia is a victim, offered in sacrifice on the altar of Artemis; in the other Iphigenia becomes a heroine, and sacrifice takes on a different meaning. Since abortion is a kind of sacrifice, I believe an exploration of this myth may open up fresh avenues of thought.” (p. 34)
“From a pagan point of view, it is quite stupid and even absurd to sacrifice a mother for the sake of a newborn, because the child obviously needs her … Artemis, who personifies respect for animal life, accepts the necessity of the hunt, but only if the rules and the absolving rituals are observed. In most Goddess religions a similar reasoning is applied to the fetus and the newborn. It is morally acceptable that a woman who gives life may also destroy life under certain circumstances …” (p. 53)
“Our attitudes toward abortion are subconsciously stamped by Judeo-Christian values, even among those people who consider themselves completely liberated from them. We are now on the threshold of a liberalization of attitude toward abortion in many ways comparable to the freeing up of sexual attitudes thirty years ago.” (p. 5)
“Abraham’s bloodthirsty God had been encouraging human sacrifice long enough for the patriarch to believe that the offering of his only son would be pleasing to Him … When he restrains Abraham’s arm, Jehovah states that he doesn’t want to be honored in that way any more: this scene marks an evolution in Judeo-Christian mythology.” (p. 37)
“Paganism was discredited by the image of an innocent child being dragged by evil pagans to an altar to be sacrificed to a cruel female Goddess, as if God hadn’t also demanded the sacrifice and crucifixion of his only son.” (p. 41)
“Judeo-Christian mythology has had the major influence on our Western culture for over two thousand years, providing the ideas, values, and symbolic images. Can we erase two thousand years of monotheistic influence by dropping all religious practice and declaring ourselves free of our parents’ faith? Certainly not as has been proved by our sudden awakening to ecological values. We’re only beginning to understand how a religion which strips nature of its sacredness so as to place everything sacred in one God (whose realm is not of this world) can be dangerous to trees, animals, oceans, forests, and body-consciousness, all of which were considered receptacles of the divine in polytheistic antiquity.” (p. 4)
“…there is more than one way to define morality, human dignity, children’s rights, and the collective responsibility for life and death issues. It is also clear that all of this is intimately connected with global ecology.” (p. 6)
“…we must constantly monitor the values attached to shame, as we educate the next generation, so that it can be put aside when it no longer expresses our ideals… “When an abortion is necessary, not only should there be no shame but there should be a new consensus that to have a child who cannot adequately be cared for is shameful.” (p.106)
“It is not immoral to choose abortion; it is simply another kind of morality, a pagan one. It is time to stop being defensive about it, time to point an accusatory finger at the other camp and denounce its own immoral stance.” (p. 56)
“As Artemis might kill a wounded animal rather than allow it to limp along miserably, so a mother wishes to spare the child a painful destiny.” (p. 56)
“… men who decide whether or not to kill in war then dare to talk about crime and murder when a woman sacrifices a fetus no bigger than a raisin and less conscious than a chicken…. The beings sacrificed in abortions do not suffer as do the victims of war and ecological disaster…. War is sanctified … by our religious leaders. But let a woman decide to abort a fetus that doesn’t even have the neurological apparatus to register suffering, and people are shocked.” (p. 25)
“It’s rare for a woman to choose abortion because in some way she dislikes the fetus. She sacrifices it for the sake of something she judges at this moment to be more important, whether it be her existing children… or her own physical, economic, or psychological survival, or the fate of the planet.” (p. 95)
“This same quality allows us to visualize a world of increasing respect for children, a world in which one can occasionally resort to abortion when it is necessary to sacrifice the fetus to a higher cause, namely, the love of children and the refusal to see them suffer.” (p. 107)
“Some values are worth the sacrifice … Abortion always has been and continues to be another way of choosing death over life.” (p. 51)
“… the return of the ancient Goddess Artemis invites us to imagine a new allocation of life and death powers between men and women, and allocation that allows men to appreciate the cost of a life and women to make decisions based on their mother-knowledge.” (p. 27)
“One must preserve in one’s self … an intact strength, inviolable and radically feminine; this is the Artemesian part of the anima which guards the untamed zone of our psyche, without which we risk becoming over domesticated human beings, too easily touchable.” (p. 107)
“Obviously, everyone has a right to his or her religious beliefs, but what if mine are Pagan?” (p. 57)
“Our culture needs new rituals as well as laws to restore abortion to its sacred dimension, which is both terrible and necessary.” (p. 92)
“Abortion is a sacrifice to Artemis. Abortion as a sacrament for the gift of life to remain pure.” (p. 107)
A final word:
“All flesh is as grass, And all the glory of man as the flower of the grass. The grass withers, And its flower falls away, but the word of the Lord endures forever.” Now this is the word which by the gospel was preached to you. (1 Pet. 1:24, 25)
Notice how she deceitfully implies a difference between human sacrifice and blatant murder. The implication of I Peter, as all Christians should know, is not the justification of human sacrifice. But the very fact that the human flesh has it’s natural “shelf life”. Eventually our bodies will turn back into the dust of the earth. Yet, in contrast, the Word of the Lord and His love for us endures. Never changing and never diminishing.
The Open Circle (the Wiccan newsletter) recruited volunteers (“abortion clinic defenders”) to work magic around the property of the abortion clinic of Melbourne, FL and rallied Wiccans for pro abortion demonstrations.
Readers of Open Circle were encouraged to become “clinic escorts” who escort pregnant women entering the abortion clinic. These clinic “escorts” distract the women from pro-life sidewalk counselors trying to hand out literature and counsel women not to have an abortion. Readers of Open Circle were also encouraged to help fund the South Brevard National Organization of Woman’s program to help low-income women have abortions.
Wiccans are also encouraged to work their magic on the area surrounding the clinic: “Finally, many individuals and groups have been helping to magically (sic) protect the building and property … This has been done by magical and psychic shielding being put on and around the property….”
The following guidelines were suggested: “If you want to do magical work to protect the clinic, please, please, do it with perfect love and trust. Our goal is to protect the clinic, the staff, and the patients from those who want to force their views on them. Please keep in mind the Harm None Clause and make your work defensive in nature.”Many of Aware Woman’s “clinic escorts” are practicing witches.
On August 4, 1992, two employees of Aware Woman abortion clinic, Veronica Jordan and Rebecca Morris, registered a non-profit religious corporation known as the Wiccan Religious Cooperative of Florida (WRCF). The stated purpose of the WRCF is to provide an umbrella organization for which covens throughout the state of Florida. The incorporation papers list two abortion clinic employees as directors of the Wiccan organization
|When Abortion Is a Sacrament The lights were low, and Native American flute music played softly. A counselor held the woman’s hand, whispering words of comfort as she began to surface from a guided meditation. Then the doctor showed the woman a covered silver bowl that held the tiny remains of her six-week pregnancy. She curled her fingers around his, and her face, now damp with tears, softened as he began their ceremony of letting go.“We ask your blessing, in the name of love,” Curtis Boyd, M D, began softly. Before becoming a doctor, Boyd was a foot-washing Baptist minister in rural East Texas. He left the fold but took with him an abiding faith in the power of ceremony to heal, honor, and comfort.
“Women because of what they are bombarded with in the media and by anti-abortion groups get the message that what they are doing is wrong and that they are bad people,” Boyd says, “A ceremony says the woman is a good and caring person who made the best decision she could under difficult circumstances. It also gives her a way to honor the fetus to be aware of her grief and to express her loss.”
In the nearly eight years I worked as a counselor and medical assistant at Boyd’s clinic in Albuquerque, New Mexico, I witnessed many ceremonies. Some were for couples whose fetuses had died or had medical anomalies. Others were for women who, for whatever reason, knew that it was not the nighttime to bring a child into their world and sought a way to make peace with that decision.
Each blessing ritual was individually designed. One Buddhist couple set up an altar, complete with incense, candles, and rice cakes. Native American women sometimes brought corn meal for sprinkling during their blessings. Boyd has since retired from performing surgery, but he and his wife and partner, psychologist Glenna Halvorson-Boyd, still guide the work done at her Albuquerque and Dallas clinics. All patients have an opportunity to perform their own rituals or to create new ceremonies with the help of counselors.
This particular afternoon, in the soft light of the surgery room, Boyd concluded the ceremony with a prayer: “We ask that you honor this woman’s courage and bless her and her family as they move forward in their lives.”
Nazi-Hitler Ties to Boot!
Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, was a known adulteress who consistently and publicly supported a “woman’s right to destroy” deeply involved with Havelock Ellis, who advocated a variety of sex practices supposing them to be the keys to spiritual enlightenment and power. She was also into Rosicrucianism (an occult). Abortion became her necessary backup for contraceptive failure.
Margaret had an admiration for Adolf Hitler and the eugenics policies of Nazi Germany convinced that the “inferior races” were in fact “human weeds” and a “menace to civilization.” In 1920, she published her lover Havelock Ellis’ favorable review of The Rising Tide of Color Against White World Supremacy by Dr. Lothrop Stoddard. Ellis wrote:
“The diminishing value of our racial stocks is reflected in the folly of our statesmen, heedless that the crisis we approach is of their own creation reckless that if they make possible another white civil war our whole civilization will collapse by the sheer weight of its imbecility.”
At first, Sanger’s efforts focused on the mentally retarded and those with hereditary diseases. She encouraged only the “fit” to have large families. The “fit” were the upper class, highly intelligent whites.
Sanger’s “Positive Plan of Eugenics” or “Plan for Peace” was to encourage who she saw as “the mentally, morally, and physically fit to marry and reproduce, to the end of racial improvement if not perfection.”
“The best stocks must be encouraged to marry and reproduce; for, as far as the future welfare of society is concerned, nothing can equal the importance of Eugenic marriages” (Birth Control Review, December 1924).
Margaret also advocated, “A License for Mother’s to Have Babies” and “Permits to Become Parents.”By 1939, Margaret Sanger began what she termed the “Negro Demonstration Project”. A plan to win the trust and support of blacks in several key southern states so as to campaign and introduce birth control into the Black population.
Part of her strategy was to recruit Black doctors and ministers to support her Eugenics policies, and act as liaisons between the Planned Parenthood Federation and the Black communities.
“We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of the more rebellious members.”
The “Negro Project” was successful. According to a Health and Human Services Administration report:
* Forty-three percent of all abortions are performed on Blacks.
* The sterilization rate among Blacks is 45 percent higher than among whites* In most Black communities, abortions outnumber live
births three to one.
|August 1, 1933 Chancellor Adolf Hitler
Berlin, GermanyHonorable Chancellor,
I enclose a clipping from the Minneapolis Journal of Minnesota, United States of America, relating to, and praising your plan to stamp out mental inferiority among the German people.
I trust you will accept my sincere wish that your efforts along that line will be a great success and will advance the eugenics movement in other nations as well as in Germany.
Dr. Charles.F. Dight was one of Margaret Sanger’s board members of Planned Parenthood. Clearly Planned Parenthood shared the agenda of Adolf Hitler.