Warm Southern Breeze

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Sex With Aliens, And Infanticide

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Wednesday, September 29, 2021

While perusing through old SMS messages with a friend, searching for messages that the system didn’t send in order to clear them out, I happened upon this jewel:



Deliverance from Spirit wives and Spirit Husbands (Incubus and succubus)

This tormenting spirits are responsible for breaking marriages, hatred by earthly spouse serious gynecological problems, Marital distress, miscarriages, impotence, untold hardship, financial failure and general failure at the edge of breakthrough. In fact studies shows that seven out of ten people in the church are affected by these spirits.

Everyone needs this information. Isa 5:13 Therefore my people are gone into captivity, because they have no knowledge: and their honourable men are famished, and their multitude dried up with thirst. Get knowledge and be free in Jesus name.

The subject of the evil spiritual marriage has been grossly mis- understood by many people. While some hold erroneous views, others demonstrate partial knowledge of this all- important subject. The problem of evil marriage goes beyond dilettantish purposes.

Evil marriage is a deep subject. It affects many people. From our spiritual research and statistical findings, we have gathered that seven out of ten ladies who profess to be born again are involved, consciously or unconsciously, with evil spiritual marriage. In the same vein, seven out of every ten Christian men are, consciously or unconsciously, affected by evil spiritual marriages.

More than any other power, these spirits have destroyed marriages

Many women suffer from astral sex regularly. Astral sex is the ability to project one’s spirit man into the victim’s body and have intercourse with it. This practice is very common amongst Satanists. They leave their physical bodies in a dormant state while they project their spirits into the body of whoever they want to have sex with.

“9. I send thunder fire of God to burn to ashes the children born to the marriage, in Jesus’ name.”


Turns out, those nut-jobs have been at it for a very long, long, long, long, long time.

To what “nut-jobs” do I mean to refer?

The nut-jobs that believe in demon sperm, having sex with spirits (most bad ones, never good ones) being causative of disease, impotence, and other maladies and health problems.

But note this item, number 9.

“9. I send thunder fire of God to burn to ashes the children born to the marriage, in Jesus’ name.”

That’s descriptive of killing someone after being born, aka “infanticide.”

And THAT is DEFINITELY WORSE than abortion, because infanticide is murder, whereas abortion is not, simply because the unborn has NOT “breathed the breath of life.”

And THAT my sister, is where hypocrisy begins, and ends.

But hey… who knows, eh?

I mean, the whole experience would be mind-blowingly out of this world!🤪

There are ALL KINDS of nuts in this world, peanuts, cashews, Brazil nuts, and just plain weirdos and those otherwise mentally unbalanced. Those are the very same people who are most often conspiracy theorists, Trump sycophants, and other bizzaros whose daily existence is so fundamentally detached from reality, that it boggles the mind.

Frequently, such individuals are hyper-religious, and this is one such example.

There are about 72 “prayers” on that page which go from strange, to outright bizarre, and even freaky-deaky.

Now, as far as I’ve understood, a marriage is a relationship undertaken by TWO WILLING individuals… even so-called “plural” marriages, such as the ones practiced by traditional Mormons. One needn’t be religious, of course, to have plural marriage. After all, “it’s in the Bible.” And if it’s in the Bible, it oughta’ be A-OK… right?

That’s what many Christian adherents thought, taught, and believed about slavery in the United States circa 1800s until the end of the War of the Rebellion, aka the “Civil War.” Quakers and Anabaptists were the only Christians to speak out against slavery.

Consider this one:
“54. I speak unto my umbilical gate to over throw all negative parental spirits, in the name of Jesus.”

{WTH is an “umbilical gate”? Anything like an electric fence? Every umbilicus which I’ve ever seen is nothing like a gate.}

What’s this obsession with fire? Are they pyromaniacs?:
2. Everything you have deposited in my life, come out by fire, in the name of Jesus.
{Would that be first, second, or third degree burns?}

Here’s an other jewel:
“49. I declare myself a virgin for the Lord, in Jesus’ name.”

{That kind of bullcrap teaching — that one can became a virgin again — has similarly run its course among other nut-job Evangelicals. And then, there’s the “blab-it-and-grab-it” theology, which essentially states that exclusively “by the power of one’s words” they can speak words and things will just “magically” happen — just like in the Genesis myth.}

This one is obviously terroristic:
“47. I speak destruction unto the headquarters of the spirit of Egypt and blow up their altars, in the name of Jesus.”

{“Speak destruction unto the headquarters”? C’mon… Anyone for suicide bombers?}

This one is reminiscent of Nazi German “Angel of Death,” the maliciously evil Dr. Josef Mengele:
“42. Every evil thing programmed into my genes, be blotted out by the blood of Jesus.”

{Mengele’s torturous “experiments” upon living human subjects (prisoners in the Auschwitz extermination camp) defies the imagination, and is among the most grotesque examples of the horrors of Naziism. This type thinking is the exact same thing.}

Here’s one written on the clouds:
“31. I file a counter-report in the heavens against every evil marriage, in the name of Jesus.”

{Your Honor, and may it please the court… }

This one is apparently iron clad:
“28. Every evil writing, engraved by iron pen, be wiped off by the blood of Jesus.”

{I thought this stuff was supposed to be “spiritual,” NOT physical.}

This one obliquely states that Jesus of Nazareth had sex while alive:
“22. I hereby declare and confess that the Lord Jesus Christ is my Husband for eternity, in Jesus’ name.”

{Gives credence to the 1988 Martin Scorsese-directed motion picture “The Last Temptation of Christ” starring Willem Dafoe, Harvey Keitel, Paul Greco, et al, which was castigated by Evangelical, and other Christian types.}

Does this work for gays/lesbians/bisexuals?:
“17. Lord, repair and restore every damage done to any part of my body and my earthly marriage by the spirit husband or wife, in the name of Jesus.”

{“Marriage” is a human-established institution. It was NOT “ordained by God.” If you read closely the account(s) recorded in the Bible, there is NO SUCH instance in which “God established” any such thing. There are Mosaic laws concerning marriage and relationship, but NONE “establishing” it, and it certainly didn’t happen in the Magical Garden of Eden.}

This one reminds me of a scene from the Stanley Kubrick motion picture “Eyes Wide Shut” starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman:
“10. I withdraw my blood, sperm or any other part of my body deposited on the altar of the spirit husband or wife, in Jesus name.”

{Coitus interruptus, anyone?}


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