The Occult and Those Who Traffic in the Occult: 10 Observations

“For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad.”
–Luke 8:17

Recently, a little evaluating of various claims made by several occultists (of various persuasions) was undertaken.

Some observations from that interaction.

1- There was a marked animosity toward Christianity. This was to be expected (considering that most were engaged in activities which the Bible describes as “abominations).”

However, for a group which PRIDES itself on independent and well-researched thought, on the subject of Christianity the occultists relied a great deal on superstition, hearsay and faulty reasoning.


2- Where Christianity was concerned, the loathing was vocal, universal and lockstep.

So much for their frequent proclamations of “free thinking.”

HOWEVER, the occultists’ beef wasn’t with Christians (at least most of the time)–it was with the church folk (whom they believe(?) to be Christians).

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