Truth is inspiring, it is guarded by GOD, and will triumph over all opposition!

Raised By Demons


If you do not possess a solid foundation in GOD and HIS Word, then you are susceptible to these kinds of horrors.

Sure, we’re going to have some who say this is blown out of context, or way out of proportion…but the TRUTH is the TRUTH. No matter how you slice it!

Allowing your children to do what they want, whenever they want is causing the next generation of Christian Soldiers to be defenseless in a world built for war.

Some may not agree but this world was built for war. GOD knew the end to the beginning.

HE knew the angels would rebel.

HE knew we would rebel.

EVIL is complex.

The function of wisdom is to discern between good and evil.

Plato described the following thought experiment. Suppose some children were taken from their families at birth and set in chains inside a cave. They were bound head and foot, so that they could barely move, and were all set facing the same wall. Behind them, someone lit a fire, so that light was cast on the wall. Insidious conspirators, for unknown nefarious purposes, made a shadow play up on the wall, and the children believed that the shadows they saw on the were was the whole of reality. Their voices echoed off the wall, so they identified themselves with certain shadows, and interacted with the shadows as if they were real.

What does this describe to you?

So, within this article are some real issues taking place all over the world. Now, GOOGLE and YOUTUBE work in unison in order to keep the truth from getting out.

You may ask, how does this tie into that? Well, hold onto your pants…it’s a bumpy road!

Woman gets hysterical, screaming, punching herself after watching Annabelle

The unidentified 20-year-old had seen a late-night show of the movie at a theater in Teresina, Brazil, but started acting very weird after the show. She was filmed screaming and coughing on the floor of a shopping mall, as friends tried to unsuccessfully pacify her.

The horror movie Annabelle: Creation has created quite a buzz all around the world, with many dubbing it to be the scariest movie they’ve seen so far. Well, this seems to hold quite a bit of truth if this recent video uploaded by a news channel is anything to go by. A Brazilian woman reportedly had to be rushed to the hospital after she watched the horror film.
The unidentified 20-year-old had seen a late-night show of the movie at a theater in Teresina, Brazil, but started acting very weird after the show. She was filmed screaming and coughing on the floor of a shopping mall, as friends tried to unsuccessfully pacify her. According to the Daily Mail, the woman started punching herself in the face as she left the cinema on Friday (August 18).
She was then taken to a hospital nearby.

Woman ‘hysterical’ after watching Annabelle

Hysterical Brazilian woman ‘punches herself and leaves the cinema screaming in horror’ after watching horror film about a demon-possessed doll

Woman filmed in a hysterical state after watching horror film in Brazil
She had been to a showing of U.S. horror flick Annabelle: Creation
Video shows her screaming and coughing uncontrollably in a shopping center

A Brazilian woman has had be rushed to hospital after becoming hysterical while watching new horror film, it was reported today.
The unnamed 20-year-old had visited a cinema in Teresina, north-east Brazil, for a late-night showing of U.S. film Annabelle: Creation.
A video filmed on a mobile phone shows the woman lying on the floor of a shopping center outside the cinema, screaming and coughing uncontrollably.

Friends are seeing trying to calm down the panicking woman, who reportedly started punching herself in the face as she left the cinema at around midnight on Friday.
Emergency services were forced to use a wheelchair in order to remove her from the shopping center, local news reports.

She was then taken to hospital in the city in Brazil’s northeastern state of Piaui.
Annabelle: Creation is the latest in the The Conjuring horror franchise. The film, starring Lord of the Rings actress Miranda Otto and Without A Trace’s Anthony LaPaglia, is a prequel to the 2014 film Annabelle.
It tells the tale of how the murderous doll Annabelle came to be possessed by a demon.

END

Some believe this next article may be for publicity, but I tend to think it’s not! This is exactly how demons work!!

Once you understand how demons work and their motives, you will be surprised just how many cookie jars these demons have their hands into!

Housemate from hell! Director of Annabelle: Creation claims there was ‘unexplained destruction’ in his home after he moved the film’s killer porcelain doll into guestroom

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4806444/Annabelle-Creation-director-keeps-doll-guest-bedroom.html

So, are you getting the picture?

Once Upon A Time…

I remember “The Walton’s”…do you? Well, I’m most likely telling my age on this one but some people may remember the program. I’m not talking about the family that owns Walmart…seriously! Come on, people. LOL.

Here’s a link for the show:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Waltons

What I remember most is John-boy Jr. He was a common narrator because he wanted to become a journalist and novelist, and each episode is narrated at the opening and closing by John-boy.

The signature scenes were at the end of almost every episode, revealing the family house enveloped in darkness, with a few scattered lights in the bedrooms. There were usually a few comments and then the children would begin saying “good night” to one another. It was so genuine! I loved it, and our family of 4 children would often emulate the good night scene!

Zeb & Esther (Grandpa & Grandma) would often refer to The Bible, and the show regularly featured scenes with religious comments. In fact, in most episodes, the children were always in some phase of spiritual and moral development.

One feature about the show that I never understood was the Dad, John Sr, wasn’t a churchgoer. It baffled me, but I was young. Now, I realize the reason….the religious agenda. You see, he said he was a universialist, or a transcendentalist. This caused conflict between the character of John and his wife, Olivia.

In another episode, the regular pastor in the church was getting married and was going on his honeymoon, and he asked John-boy to do a sermon. This episode was another stab at religion! Or should I say…GOD!! You see, John-boy takes into consideration everyone’s opinion about GOD, and what he ends up with is something akin to what we’re hearing all over the world right NOW! Many paths lead to the same god….which is a LIE!

My point about this program was that back then we would hear about GOD in television programs all the time, now not so much. And when you do….it’s warped.

My family would watch this program and would try and emulate it. Meaning, we wanted our not so perfect family to be like theirs (which seemed perfect).

This is what kids do! They emulate!! They watch something and try to act like what they watched. This wasn’t so bad with this program and a few others like, “Leave it to Beaver” or “My Three Sons” or “Adam 12” or “Dragnet”…and a few more.

THE DEVIL IS A THIEF!

Satan wants to rob your children’s mind of their innocence!

There is many reasons why television can be harmful to people…particularly small children. Powerful, realistic images are injected into the mind, and the brain must digest it…frequently before it’s ready too.

Normal images are processed by the brain, into the subconscious. There are two storage compartments…one is the short term, the other is the long term memory bank. The brain processes it accordingly.

The television flashes scenes into the screen. To allow for a continual plot to be established…it flashes images back and forth. But, this is not how the brain works. The body knows that nothing is happening so, your muscles are relaxed, your inner ear is calm but your higher brain is thinking about what the people are saying…and this incongruity between unnaturally fast scene changes and the relaxed body makes the lower brain function confused. Its attention is caught between the terror and confusion, and it doesn’t look away. It thinks it’s too important to look away. These effects have actually been caught on brain scans.

Also, producers of these movies/programs know these changes is NOT how the brain functions, and they plan their tricks accordingly. Research revealed that the fast scene changes and strange camera angles grab the attention. This is why the commercials zip from scene to scene even faster that regular shows.

The difference between Plato’s experiment and television. All your vision is restricted to the little box in front of you whereas in Plato’s experiment, the children have a whole wall to look at. When looking at the television, your peripheral vision isn’t being utilized at all which actually slows down the learning processes for children. Children who watch too much television have poor depth perception.

The radiant light from television doesn’t present the eye with the full range of colors you see in the natural world. The light of the sun, already a much broader spectrum of wavelengths than any television can produce, reflects off the dizzying array of substances and textures in nature to produce an amazing variety of colors. Televisions just don’t do that. Children who watch too much TV can’t see colors as well.

Television images are not continuous. They are made up of a multitude of still images flashed every second. They are flashed so quickly, most television screens can’t show the full image before it starts showing the next one. The result is that you never see one complete image all at once. Instead, your vision centers have to make sense out of a mishmash of tumbling pictures. A developing brain trained to cope with mish-mashed half-images has more trouble with real life’s full, continuous images. Children who watch too much television can’t focus as well.

Did you know? In the early part of the 20th century…the United States refused to patent a grant for the new television technology. Why?

Because the patent examiners studied its effects and determined that it was harmful. It had a clearly observable hypnotic effect. At that time, hypnosis had been known to Western science for over 50 years, and the power of hypnotic suggestion was known. The potential for abuse of this technology was too great.

But after World War II, thousands of soldiers came home traumatized by the effects of the fighting. They had depression, nightmares, and violent outbursts. The US government sought some way to alleviate their suffering and forestall widespread unrest. They realized that veterans who watched enough television had a significant reduction in the symptoms of post-traumatic stress syndrome. The government spent heavily to encourage the widespread adoption and use of television.

Producers of these programs know how to hypnotize people with the projection of images at different rates. And they also know that these horrific images produce post-tramatic stress syndrome! And Hollywood spent loads to encourage the widespread adoption of watching television. They also know that television is NOT a good teacher! They are molding your children’s brain!

  • StopPsyWar.com
    Psywar, noun. 1. A phrase used by FBI SID black ops workers (or workers who routinely identify themselves as FBI SID and/or COINTELPRO) to describe their paid illegal harassment work in a very hi-tech black ops covert dirty and illegal psychologically.

More here:

http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Evils%20in%20America/Hellivision/hellivision_and_movies.htm

LIKE A THIEF IN THE NIGHT

Stealing a child’s innocence has become second nature to the elite!

Now, if that wasn’t enough…we have the internet. And the government is actually giving internet to people on AFDC, or many other kinds of government help programs…the ability to have internet for $10 a month! But, there are catches…of course. The government also provides free cell phones but people must understand that our government is all about control as they place the New World Order into position.

I want you to see how everything is watered down…allowing the masses to be injected with the pill, the drug! It keeps one entertained. It allows the subconscious to be opened and manipulated…especially if you think this is all hogwash!!

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) film rating system used in the United States. Of course…MPAA is another word for HOLLYWOOD!

Classification & Ratings Administration (CARA):

G-General Audiences

All ages admitted. Nothing that would offend parents for viewing by children.

PG-Parental Guidance Suggested

Some material may not be suitable for children. Parents urged to give “parental guidance”. May contain some material parents might not like for their young children.

PG-13-Parents Strongly Cautioned

Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. Parents are urged to be cautious. Some material may be inappropriate for pre-teens.

R-Restricted

Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian. Contains some adult material. Parents are urged to learn more about the film before taking their young children with them.

NC-17-Adults Only

No One 17 and Under Admitted. Clearly adult. Children are not admitted.

The ratings used from 1968 to 1970 were:

  • Rated G: Suggested for General Audiences
  • Rated M: Suggested for Mature Audiences – parental discretion advised
  • Rated R: Restricted – persons under 16 not admitted, unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian.
  • Rated X: Persons Under 16 Not Admitted

The ratings used from 1970 to 1972 were:

  • Rated G: All Ages Admitted – General Audiences
  • Rated GP: All Ages Admitted – Parental Guidance Suggested [Sometimes a disclaimer would say “This film contains material which may not be suitable for pre-teenagers”]
  • Rated R: Restricted – Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian
  • Rated X: No one under 17 admitted

The ratings used from 1972 to 1984 were:

  • Rated G: General Audiences – All ages admitted
  • Rated PG: Parental Guidance Suggested – Some material may not be suitable for pre-teenagers
  • Rated R: Restricted – Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.
  • Rated X: No one under 17 admitted

The ratings used from 1984 to 1990 were:

  • Rated G: General Audiences – all ages admitted
  • Rated PG: Parental Guidance Suggested – some material may not be suitable for children
  • Rated PG-13: Parents Strongly Cautioned – some material may be inappropriate for children under 13
  • Rated R: Restricted – under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian
  • Rated X: No one under 17 admitted
  • Rated G: General Audiences – all ages admitted
  • Rated PG: Parental Guidance Suggested – some material may not be suitable for children
  • Rated PG-13: Parents Strongly Cautioned – some material may be inappropriate for children under 13
  • Rated R: Restricted – under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian
  • Rated NC-17: No children under 17 admitted [1990–1996] / No one 17 and under admitted [1996–present]

Video Games have their own ratings:

EC-Early Childhood

Content is intended for young children.

E-Everyone

Content is generally suitable for all ages. May contain minimal cartoon, fantasy or mild violence and/or infrequent use of mild language.

E10-Everyone 10+

Content is generally suitable for ages 10 and up. May contain more cartoon, fantasy or mild violence, mild language and/or minimal suggestive themes.

T-Teen

Content is generally suitable for ages 13 and up. May contain violence, suggestive themes, crude humor, minimal blood, simulated gambling and/or infrequent use of strong language.

M-Mature

Content is generally suitable for ages 17 and up. May contain intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content and/or strong language.

AO-Adults Only

Content suitable only for adults ages 18 and up. May include prolonged scenes of intense violence, graphic sexual content and/or gambling with real currency.

RP-Rating Pending

Not yet assigned a final ESRB rating. Appears only in advertising, marketing and promotional materials related to a physical (boxed) video game that is expected to carry an ESRB rating, and should be replaced by a game’s rating once it has been assigned.

Content Descriptors

  • Alcohol Reference – Reference to and/or images of alcoholic beverages
  • Animated Blood – Discolored and/or unrealistic depictions of blood
  • Blood – Depictions of blood
  • Blood and Gore – Depictions of blood or the mutilation of body parts
  • Cartoon Violence – Violent actions involving cartoon-like situations and characters. May include violence where a character is unharmed after the action has been inflicted
  • Comic Mischief – Depictions or dialogue involving slapstick or suggestive humor
  • Crude Humor – Depictions or dialogue involving vulgar antics, including “bathroom” humor
  • Drug Reference – Reference to and/or images of illegal drugs
  • Fantasy Violence – Violent actions of a fantasy nature, involving human or non-human characters in situations easily distinguishable from real life
  • Intense Violence – Graphic and realistic-looking depictions of physical conflict. May involve extreme and/or realistic blood, gore, weapons and depictions of human injury and death
  • Language – Mild to moderate use of profanity
  • Lyrics – Mild references to profanity, sexuality, violence, alcohol or drug use in music
  • Mature Humor – Depictions or dialogue involving “adult” humor, including sexual references
  • Nudity – Graphic or prolonged depictions of nudity
  • Partial Nudity – Brief and/or mild depictions of nudity
  • Real Gambling – Player can gamble, including betting or wagering real cash or currency
  • Sexual Content – Non-explicit depictions of sexual behavior, possibly including partial nudity
  • Sexual Themes – References to sex or sexuality
  • Sexual Violence – Depictions of rape or other violent sexual acts
  • Simulated Gambling – Player can gamble without betting or wagering real cash or currency
  • Strong Language – Explicit and/or frequent use of profanity
  • Strong Lyrics – Explicit and/or frequent references to profanity, sex, violence, alcohol or drug use in music
  • Strong Sexual Content – Explicit and/or frequent depictions of sexual behavior, possibly including nudity
  • Suggestive Themes – Mild provocative references or materials
  • Tobacco Reference – Reference to and/or images of tobacco products
  • Use of Alcohol – The consumption of alcoholic beverages
  • Use of Drugs – The consumption or use of illegal drugs
  • Use of Tobacco – The consumption of tobacco products
  • Violence – Scenes involving aggressive conflict. May contain bloodless dismemberment
  • Violent References – References to violent acts

NOTE: Content Descriptors are applied relative to the Rating Category assigned and are not intended to be a complete listing of content. When a Content Descriptor is preceded by the term “Mild” it is intended to convey low frequency, intensity or severity.

Interactive Elements

  • Shares Location – Includes the ability to display the user’s location to other users of the app
  • Users Interact – Indicates possible exposure to unfiltered/uncensored user-generated content, including user-to-user communications and media sharing via social media and networks
  • Digital Purchases – Enables purchases of digital goods completed directly from within the app (e.g., purchases of additional game content, levels, downloadable music, etc.)
  • Unrestricted Internet – Product provides access to the internet

“Online Interactions Not Rated by the ESRB” – Warns those who intend to play the game online about possible exposure to chat (text, audio, video) or other types of user-generated content (e.g., maps, skins) that have not been considered in the ESRB rating assignment.

“Online Music Not Rated by the ESRB” – Warns that songs that are streamed or downloaded as add-ons for music-based games have not been rated and that their content has not been considered in the ESRB rating assignment.

NOTE: The “Shares Location,” “Users Interact,” “Digital Purchases” and “Unrestricted Internet” notices are assigned to digitally delivered games and apps whereas the Online and Music notices typically apply only to online-enabled physical (boxed) video games.

Source: https://www.esrb.org/ratings/ratings_guide.aspx

Guides such as these are a WARNING! But, we are to take raising our children more seriously. It seems like parents now-a-days just wants to send them to school (government as the parent), then when they get home shove them in front of the television!

These are not strong enough warnings…I mean, come on! Take a look at these games your children are being subjected to! These warnings are deceptive. Not like you think, tho!! These video games like “Grand Theft Auto” are not only teaching kids to steal but this game has prostitutes, and drug use…and so much more!

There are MANY parents out there that don’t pay attention to these ratings. Furthermore, they allow their teenagers to go off with older teens who sneak into movie theaters…and so much more.

How much of a difference has media, movies, role-playing video games, regular video games, DVD’s and other kinds of mediums such as these had on your life? On your children’s lives?

Setting a child in front of the television is a form of child abuse…warping a child’s mind. Telling your child don’t talk to strangers is a contradiction in terms when you also sit your child in front of the television.

You’re allowing them (your precious children-a gift from GOD) to be taught evil things, by evil people.

FINAL THOUGHTS

I would warn parents (to get them away) about the dangers of television, and of the computer, etc…but this is a worldwide epidemic! Everyone of us is affected.

It’s too late to pull away, but what we can do is WARN everyone about the computer and SMART Technology!

It’s part of the BEAST SYSTEM.

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s