...have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.

Acupuncture….really???
I don't think so!!!


3/27/2018

A human hair is approximately 0.1 millimeters in diameter. An Acupuncture needle is approximately the same size depending on type. Some a little larger and some smaller. The human nerve is approximately 0.1 millimeters in diameter as well.

So what is the chance of a doctor sticking a needle the size of a human hair into the body and having it intersect a human nerve which is also the size of a human hair? On top of that, the nerve is not seen so you are inserting it from an educated perspective, but still it is being inserted blindly. On top of that, it is assumed that the impulses that pass along a nerve are electrical in nature, so how does a metal, usually stainless steel or gold, inhibit an electrical flow when the needle is made out of an electrically conductive substance? Electricity would naturally pass through it. Electricity would not be hindered.

So, the statistical chance of properly hitting and intersecting the nerve are, let's say, 1000,000 to one. Just my guess. Might be greater, and probably is. And even if it does hit the nerve and intersect it, the metal would promote the travel, not stop it.

So, scientifically, acupuncture needling is impossible…PHYSICALLY. Thus you are left with Chi, which is a metaphysical energy. That metaphysical energy biblically is called an unclean spirit or a devil.

Acupuncture is spirit medicine and it is against the Lord Jesus Christ. No Christian should have anything to do with it. If they do then they have sinned against the Holy Spirit and the Lord Jesus Christ.




1/8/2017

It’s time to wake up and smell the witchcraft!


According to Galatians 5:20, which is written to Christian, witchcraft is a work of the flesh. But you don’t believe that you are practicing witchcraft. Of course most people don’t believe that they are lost and headed for Hell, but they are. What matters is what the word of God says, and it says what it means and means what it says, regardless of what you think.

Here is an example of what I am talking about. Christians are doing the same things as witches, the same way, for the same reasons.

Example #1
Oil Warmer
This is a “Christian” oil warmer of three praying women. Oh how touching!

Example #2
Oil Warmer
This is an oil warmer for witches. Three witches praying from “the heart of their circle.”

If it walks like a duck, and looks like a duck… you know what I mean jelly bean?





12/29/2016

If you are using essential oils and aromatherapy, you have a very hard time believing that you are practicing witchcraft. Even though you are doing the same thing for the same reason the same way as the witches.

The world has a saying; if it walks like a duck, talks like a duck and looks like a duck…it’s a duck.



10/7/2016

(The following will be incorporated into my next article on Aromatherapy, but I’m not ready to write that article yet, but I wanted to get this information out.)

QUINTESSENTIAL OR FIFTH ELEMENT

I found it interesting that the term “essential oils” is a contracted term with the original term being “quintessential oils.” Quint essence is a reference to “spirit” or the fifth element. Essential oils were developed in Alchemy.

In witchcraft there is the earth based association of earth, wind fire, water and then the fifth element is spirit, aka as aether. It is identical to qi or chi in TCM, and ki in Japan as in Reiki.

So the proper term for essential oils is quintessential oils thus showing that no “Christian” should have anything to do with them! Witchcraft is a work of the flesh. Galatians 5:20

Ephesians 5:11 And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them.


References:
Gems of nature are the quintessential life force of aromatic botanicals, known as the “soul” of the plant. White Magick Alchemy herbal offerings are all handmade and charged using only the finest organic and wild crafted herbs, flowers, woods and essential oils, created out of love for the earth, nature and the elements.

The term “essential oil” is a contraction of the original “quintessential oil.”

Essential oils are concentrated, aromatic plant extracts that have been used for thousands of years for emotional, cosmetic, medical and even spiritual purposes. The term “essential oil” actually comes from the idea of “quintessential oil.”
Aristotle believed that in addition to the four physical elements (fire, air, earth and water) there was a fifth element, quintessence. This was considered to be the “spirit” or life force of the plant.
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“It [Aromatherapy] seeks to unify physiological, psychological and spiritual processes to enhance an individual’s innate healing process.”