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You asked how I got into witchcraft (and yes, absolutely, it DOES work!)--well, it's in the family to begin with. All women in my mom's family were witches from day 1. She's German (a war bride) and lived thru WWII. Her hatred of God is unbelievable. She would always tell me her war stories when I was growing up--imagine telling a 4, 5 year old kid about shot up people and bombs and bullets going off everywhere. Her favorite one is where the street melted from the heat of the fires and bombs...a woman was stuck in the melted street holding a baby up high trying to save it from the flames. There was no way to save them and she cried out to God to help them. Nothing happened. She watched the woman and baby burn up before her eyes. As she tells the story, you can see evil taking over her. She shakes her fist to heaven and says "where was God?". Of course that proves he doesn't exist.

Well, it wore me down and by age 8, I had had enough of this "God" that either (a) did not exist or (b) was so unimaginably horrible, I would hate him too. That night I cursed God (age 8) and decided I would follow Satan. Don't laugh--my entry point into the occult was fairy tales. I studied those things and learned about trolls, magic wands, fairies, elves, witches, spell casting...all from fairy tales. Spirit guides were assigned to me by age 12 and I really took off. Yes witchcraft works. It's all about power and control and the power is INSTANT. Immediate gratification.

The price is high. I had an abortion on Walpurgisnacht 1979 (my present husband's baby). I didn't schedule the appointment for that date--it "happened"--a Satanic present. And I had a D & E. It brought me to my knees 5 years later, calling on a God I wasn't even sure existed. I asked to be sent to hell because I deserved to go there and serve my lord Satan for killing a baby. I have never in my life experienced such an agony and literally "breaking" of my heart. The sobs were uncontrollable. I felt something gentle and warm "washing" over me like water, but I wasn't wet. There was a calm and peace that entered me.

I knew I had to get rid of my occult things so I threw away everything--books, jewelry, tarot cards, toys I bought for the kids (He Man, My Little Pony--I even stripped the sheets off the kids beds because of the pictures on them). I went wild cleaning house--there were 19 trash bags out in front of the house next day. I got a King James Bible and devoured it. I read most of the day. After I read the Bible thru once, I began again. I lived and breathed Jesus Christ.

Here I am 14 years later and I thank the Lord Jesus Christ for cleaning me up and setting me on my feet and covering me with himself. Thank you Lord Jesus! I am free of Satan!

"Karen", Jesus is Savior 10 Comments [9/10/2017 12:49:22 AM]
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SomeApe

Hey look! It's a witch made of straw!

9/10/2017 12:58:58 AM



I believe every word of this is a lie. Certainly there are religions that practice witchcraft real or not and Satan plays no role in them. It is like fundies expect others won't know they are lying

9/10/2017 1:09:18 AM

Holey Head

@SomeApe
Throw water on that bitch and she'll go up like Chernobyl, I'll tell you that.

9/10/2017 3:14:27 AM

Salami

I suspect that this is little more than fundie fanfiction, possibly written by Davey himself.

9/10/2017 4:54:59 AM

Kanna

"Out of the Frying Pan" award?

9/10/2017 7:03:12 AM

Don

Wicca and Satanism are as different as Judaism and Buddhism. In other words, you are just making things up.

9/10/2017 8:45:13 AM

Swede

If she's a "war bride", are you a "war child"?

You don't hate imaginary beings, you hate the ones professing that the imaginary beings exist, and tell you to turn to them in times of need, instead of turning to the government or to other people, who actually CAN help. (Daesh is a prime example of this. People saved from Daesh after months of torture and killings, often say on TV that they prayed to God to save them. But, Daesh also prayed to God, to make them strong. In the end it was human beings fighting, killing and dying, that saved them from Daesh.)

Let me get this straight; your mom said God doesn't exist, so you're going to follow another imaginary being? Well, that makes SO MUCH sense...

Psychoses work too, apparently...

Walpurgisnacht? Oh, the night we in Northern Europe celebrate that spring has won the fight against winter? That's not Satanic, stupid; it's joy and love and hope, AND, first and foremost, it's REBIRTH, not death, you blithering idiot!

A D&E? Do you mean a very late-term abortion? Well, if you were living in Europe (like all these Germanic things imply), that would probably not be an abortion, but giving birth. Few European countries allow abortions after week 21, as some fetuses born then have been saved (as in "kept alive", not "brought to Jesus", of course). Or, do you just mean a surgical abortion? Well, they are more common, the later in pregnancy you do the abortion, which is why most are done before week 8.

And now, reading all that tripe through, I think it's a case of "stuff that never happen". Is your mum even German?, I ask myself.

9/10/2017 9:15:18 AM

Sasha

I got a King James Bible and devoured it.

With some fava beans and a nice Chianti?

9/10/2017 1:28:32 PM

Chloe

That ending was disappointing.

9/10/2017 1:55:07 PM

Titania

Most people who are into Wicca are NOT Satan worshipers. That's the FIRST thing they'll tell you.

It's more the nature of following the pre-Christian, nature religions - also called paganism.

9/10/2017 9:46:28 PM

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