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This is a time of year when witches are acceptable, yes…even celebrated. The traditional celebrations of Halloween, also known as All Hallows Eve was adopted by our customs long ago. The term itself originates from a Scottish term which is a derivative from (All) Hallow(s) E(v)en which evolved into Halloween.
The event itself derives from pagan roots which was a celebration or festival of the dead called Parentalia, but more typically called Samhain (pronounced sah-win/sow-in). The souls of the dead were said to visit your home, and these feasts and festivals were held to beckon them to attend, even by setting a place at the table.
However the spirits and fairies could also cause harm, therefore bonfires were deemed as a protective power which was used in divination rituals. The practice of mumming and guising involved people going from house to house in costume reciting songs in exchange for food…hence the name “Trick or Treating”.
But the very form of this ritual is not as innocent as it seems. Witches are not playful, nor are they a friend! There’s no such thing as a ‘white’ witch, and these rituals are forms of sorcery.


Salem Witch Trials
Spectral evidence refers to a witness testimony that the accused person’s spirit or spectral shape appeared to him/her in a dream at the time that the person’s physical body was at another location. This was an excepted practice of testimony during the Salem witch trials but with a warning that the devil was sly enough to pose as an innocent.
This evidence was accepted on the basis that Satan and his minions were powerful enough to send their spirits, or specters, to a innocent person to lead them astray.
In spectral evidence, the of victims’ conjectures is governed only by the limits of their fears and imaginations, whether or not objectively proven facts are forthcoming to justify them. [State v. Dustin, 122 N.H. 544, 551 (N.H. 1982)].”


The following passage from Peter Charles Hoffer’s works the Salem Witchcraft Trials: A Legal History is further clarifying (page 78-79):
“Mather elected to straddle the [spectral evidence] controversy rather than resolve it.

Mather fretted, “Our neighbors at Salem are blown up after a sort, with an infernal gunpowder, under the floor.” What could that mean? To us the reference may be obscure, but to his fellow Puritans the implication was obvious. In 1605 a band of Roman Catholics, driven to despair by King James’s persecution of their faith, tried to blow up the English houses of Parliament. The plan was discovered at the last minute, and the conspirators were executed, but the “gunpowder plot” became a symbol among Protestants of the danger Roman Catholicism posed to English Protestantism. In 1689 Parliament drove James II, a Roman Catholic, from the throne of England and replaced him with a Dutch Protestant, William of Orange, and James’s daughter, Mary, William’s wife. They were to rule jointly. A war followed in which Protestants battled Roman Catholics at home and abroad. This was the war that brought the Indians and their French Roman Catholic allies to the doorstep of Salem. Thus the Puritans saw Roman Catholicism as a continuing and powerful threat to Protestantism in England and the survival of Puritanism in New England. They also believed that Roman Catholic priests were in league with the Devil. Reports of priests and Indians worshiping the Devil before they attacked Massachusetts towns regularly made the rounds of the colony.
But the problem of spectral evidence remained, for the only ones who could see the witches in their spectral form, and thus say who it was that caused their pain, were the accusers themselves. Here Mather could find no answers in his library. He must leave it and enter the world of ordinary people. No abstract theory or abstruse theology could dictate commonly accepted contemporary notions of the truth of testimony.”


So, we see this was a key point of evidence delivered against the witches at Salem in 1692. Witchcraft was a huge part of the English culture since at least the fourteenth century, but was not considered a crime until 1558. The Catholic church first prosecuted witches as heretics because they believed sorcery disrupted the natural plan of GOD. Isn’t this ironic considering the majority of the Roman Catholic Church is full of Jesuits and Freemasons now, and there GOD is not the same as ours!!


Then, we have Queen Elizabeth I’s reign in 1558 which marked a true beginning of a clear secular statute concerning witchcraft, which imposed varied punishments. Guilty verdicts were common throughout the first half of Elizabeth’s reign, confession being the most coveted form of evidence. And truly remarkable is the fact that the Royalty within this branch in our times are commonplace practitioners of sorcery!

So, we have a world which has completely turned on its head!


The direction would be near Proctor Street, near the intersection of Boston and Bridge Streets with a nearby water-tower with a Witch riding a broomstick. But, the story of 18 people accused as witches in the 1692 Salem Witch hysteria ends as victims at the end of a hangman’s rope on Gallow’s Hill, otherwise known as Witch Hill or Witchcraft Hill.


As if the supernatural twist associated with this location was not enough they’ve turned this site into a CHILDREN’S PARK!!! Seriously! The site where so many lost their lives, guilty and innocent were hastily dumped nearby which makes this area full of paranormal activity. So, let’s put children up there! So crazy!


In case you don’t know what this is, they are paths that connect sites with unusual energy, but most of the sites have devastating events which have taken place on them.  And eerily enough, most have churches on them! Some say that the energy which exists on ley lines are said to amplify the emotions or effect the thinking of people when they are on or near them.


The paranormal phenomena which existed then and now fascinate many due to its connection to the Salem Witch trials. On the 1692 maps, you can lay out a definite pattern which ran across the locations of Howard Street Cemetery, Bridget Bishop’s Apple Orchard, to the Judge Corwin’s home, also known as “Witch House”, since so many were condemned there, then we have Judge Hathorne’s homes, to Sheriff George Corwin’s home, and several other’s which lead to the Gallow’s Hill. This all connects where the inquests were held, to the place where the shackles were made, and on and on…


Is all this paranormal activity giving demons exponential powers and used as a catalyst from then until now where the activity has not ceased one iota.
I have no doubt the spirits residing within these areas are true, but contrary to what others would have you believe these are not the spirits of the deceased or those who didn’t ‘cross over’. There’s only demons which reside there. Any location which contains this type of pain and suffering, torture and murder including suicide are going to possess these creatures, and they gain energy from these horrific events, this is why they stay.
If you believe on don’t, it makes no difference. For demons exist everywhere and events like this only magnify their presence.


Considering the amount of witchcraft and other kinds of sorcery, it’s no wonder we’re having an increase in the paranormal. But consider this; we have no laws which restrict their activity; we have no religion which is illegal, especially witchcraft.


The amount of spectral evidence which we deal with today is increasing and will not stop. Satan has his hand in it all and his power is increasing. His minions are working overtime! The ‘holidays’ which include the type of events such as Halloween is deplorable. Satan is laughing his butt off at the human race, for there are so many who do his bidding and do it willingly.


Channeling is one feature I would describe as spectral evidence. It’s performed by millions on a daily basis! They’re not channeling their friends and neighbors, no indeed their not. They’re channeling demons and the few who know aren’t going to warn anyone soon, instead they advertise their deeds.

But wait, that’s not all..


The Salem Witches’ Halloween Ball-The Witch’s Familiar


A Night of Nercomancy!
A Ball with activities such as free psychic readings, a channeling to commune with the spirit of Salem’s legendary Tituba, the slave girl from the Caribbean whose stories and magic helped to ignite Salem’s infamous witch trials.


And if that wasn’t enough…
The Salem Witches Magic Circle
A celebratory night to cast spells and speak to the dead at the magical ritual of Samhain.


The Psychic Fair, Ghost Hunting 101, Speaking to the Dead,  this was just a few of the mentioned activities on this page. Can you imagine the amount of demonic activity which will be taking place on these nights? And I’m sure the week of these events which cast a gloom over Salem and criminal activity will soar!


Spine tingling events like this are not the minority but are actually in the majority of most countries in this world, especially England and the United States…the sister continents.


So, with Halloween coming soon, it’s only fitting to give a warning or if you will advice”
WARNING: Witchcraft is a ritualistic activity, and placing your children in costumes and sending them to door’s of complete strangers is NOT safe. Don’t think for a minute just because your sending your child to ‘church’ that it excludes your participation in these pagan traditions. DEMONS don’t care where you are!

12 responses

  1. Rick

    The next time I’m in Salem, I’ll get a picture of the church that some witches now own. It’s painted black and turned into an occult church. It’s creepy and disrespectful but that’s what it now is. Halloween is crazy in Salem, Ma too, lots of trouble.

    October 28, 2013 at 10:06 AM

    • Nathaniel

      I bet there’s about the same number of Occult symbols in the “Witch Churches” as are in SOME of the “Christian” Churches that I’ve seen lately. Thank the Lord that we both finally have found True Christian Churches to attend.

      October 28, 2013 at 10:20 AM

  2. Nathaniel

    I’ve been to Salem during October a few times. They close off entire streets. There’s so many people that go, that parking is very hard to find. It’s madness. Looking back, there’s a LOT of Occult activities taking place there. All masked as just good fun, in the “Spirit” of the season. I will never go back there. I found out recently that a relative of mine has been doing a lot of genealogy research about our family. She discovered that we are direct descendants (something like our Great times 10, Grandmother) of one of the women that was hung for being a Witch from Salem. I don’t like the thought of that at all.

    October 28, 2013 at 10:12 AM

  3. Gary R. Sayers

    —- Can’t help remembering the nearly forgotten closing scene in the BOOK, (NOT the film) “Amityville Horror”…AS George Lutz is so hurriedly departing his ‘home’ on Ocean Ave, he turns to leave through the front door, yet he looks back one more time into the house he and wife Kathy had believed was their DREAM home…(OHHH, but WHAT dreams!..)..George gazed at the TOP of the long staircase up to the second floor, where he observed a tall figure IN WHITE, standing at the top, apparently looking down at him, face indistinct…Lutz ‘cleared out of there’ and never did he or his family return, even for their personal belongings…The site had apparently been a pagan HUMAN sacrificial location two centuries before..
    —-The eerie WHITE FIGURE was clearly a fallen angel, making his filthy ‘claim’ to that ‘territory’…OHH, for men and women like PAUL who could by faith walk INTO such pestholes and with a word from GOD on their lips CLEANSE IT ALL and return it to GOD’S holy authority…When, oh WHEN??

    October 28, 2013 at 10:29 AM

    • Rick

      I know Gary, what a world we live in! I cannot wait for the day the Jesus comes either. Although I have a feeling I’ll be dead before then but that’s okay because that just means I’ll be with him sooner.

      October 28, 2013 at 11:12 AM

  4. Gary R, Sayers

    —- THAT’S a party for which I’m holding onto my ticket EXTRA HARD….BRING IT…A lot more ‘hopeful’ reason to ‘watch the skies’, EH??…

    October 31, 2013 at 6:51 AM

  5. Kittii

    I’ve been to Salem. It is sad how they portray the Puritans and what they did to their own
    people, who only wanted to be godly people. There’s was a lot of fear in those days of the unknown.

    November 8, 2013 at 10:33 AM

  6. Kittii

    November 8, 2013 at 10:35 AM

  7. Kittii

    My daughter had to read the Scarlett Letter in school. Then I found out it was written in Salem. I saw the movie.

    The Scarlet Letter is an 1850 romantic work of fiction in a historical setting, written by Nathaniel Hawthorne. It is considered to be his magnum opus.[1] Set in 17th-century Puritan Salem, Massachusetts during the years 1642 to 1649, it tells the story of Hester Prynne, who conceives a daughter through an adulterous affair and struggles to create a new life of repentance and dignity. Throughout the book, Hawthorne explores themes of legalism, sin, and guilt.

    Nathaniel Hawthorne had deep bonds with his Puritan ancestors and created a story that both highlighted their weaknesses and their strengths. His knowledge of their beliefs and his admiration for their strengths were balanced by his concerns for their rigid and oppressive rules.The Scarlet Letter shows his attitude toward these Puritans of Boston in his portrayal of characters, his plot, and the themes of his story.

    The early Puritans who first came to America in 1620 founded a precarious colony in Plymouth, Massachusetts. While half the colonists died that first year, the other half were saved by the coming spring and the timely intervention of the Indians. These first settlers were followed ten years later by a wave of Puritans that continued in the 1630s and thereafter, until, by the 1640s, New England had over twenty-five thousand English settlers. The second group in the 1630s settled in the area of present-day Boston in a community they named Massachusetts Bay Colony. It is this colony that forms the setting of The Scarlet Letter.

    City upon a Hill

    The Puritans left the Old World because they wanted to “purify” the Church of England. Their chief complaints were that the services should be simpler and that religion should contain an intense spiritual relationship between the individual and God. In England, the clergy and the government mediated in the relationship between the individual and God. Because the Puritans chose to defy these assumptions, they were persecuted in England. A group of them fled to Holland and subsequently to the New World, where they hoped to build a society, described by John Winthrop, as “a city upon a hill” — a place where the “eyes of all people are upon us.” In such a place and as long as they followed His words and did their work to glorify His ways, God would bless them, and they would prosper. Hawthorne, of course, presents the irony of this concept when he describes the prison as a building already worn when the colony is only fifteen years old.

    November 8, 2013 at 10:51 AM

  8. Kittii

    When I think of the Scarlett Letter I think of the Movie Ryan’s Daughter set In Ireland where “The townspeople turn on Rosy, deriding her as a “British officer’s whore” “A mob, accusing Rosy of having informed the British of the arms shipment, strip her and shear off her hair.”

    November 8, 2013 at 11:14 AM

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