Witchcraft – What is the meaning of the word witchcraft
- January 15, 2013
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The word witchcraft means; the craft or art work which aims at the changing, the perverting, the converting and the counterfeiting of the Adamic, the Abrahamic (Rabbinic) constitution of God.
(That which is designed to oppose, to confuse and counterfeit Judaism or the Faith of Abraham).
Witchcraft is the art of transforming spiritual godly ideas, revelations, concepts, mysticism, and constitutions, into perverted spiritual myths, mythologies and scientific studies that relates to the pagan cultures and traditions of the Gentiles.
Witchcraft; (also called witchery or spellcraft) is the use of alleged supernatural, magical faculties, which aims at the activation of the frequency of nocturnal in the human brain.
This may take on many forms, depending on cultural context. (Giving birth to spiritual perverted emotions, spritual presence, and feelings via the female nature), thus the word witchcraft meaning; the perveted female attributes of an immoral woman that gives birth to evil negative energies.
The act of producing sexual energies, and influencing the frequency of nocturnal via sex magic, which is done with the aim of seducing, perverting and controlling the human brain.
The field of artificial science called “Synthesis“ was also invented via the art of witchraft.
In Genesis 19:30-37 it is written that the two daughters of Lot mixed or made for their father a drink containing toxic chemicals, which they used for the sake of making their father drunk, so that they could have sexual intercourse with him.
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