Sorcery wears many costumes. Sorcery became dishonesty. Men deceive to gratify sexual urges and selfish desire. Where there is ‘no love’ the rapist uses ‘words’ of seduction to conceal the act from his victim by obtaining a ‘yes’. It is to satisfy lust that we manipulate, bribe and shower gifts upon a woman in payment for sex. A relationship bought is of no value. Love cannot be found where there is ‘no love’. To create idolatry in the minds of women is sorcery. Man is little more than a rapist when he allows his sexual urges to overpower his compassion. Rape is not love.

Sorcery is used to charm our mind to abandon our internal guide for what others allege to be ‘worthy’. In business, appearance, wealth and position are valued more than a pure heart. The word pronounced ‘kaw-shawf’ means to whisper or to enchant. We cast a spell over the mind of another with the words we use when those words are ‘believed’. If our words are true we do not infect. If our words are not true then we infect the mind of another when we obtain ‘their faith’ in our testimony. If we believe the words of others they will trespass within our mind existing as our truth.

When we repeat what we believe to others, if they believe us, our words trespass within their mind also. Our feelings are controlled by ‘beliefs’. Beliefs are demons. Those demons are the ‘words’ that control the mind of anyone who believes in those words. Our mind is bewitched by the words we ‘believe’. “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.” The spelling of each word is what determines its meaning. If we believe what is said then we are enchanted by words and our ‘faith’ in any word gives that word power over our thoughts and feelings.

Each time we tell a lie that is ‘believed’ we cast a ‘spell’. The ‘spelling’ of each word is what gives each ‘word’ its individual meaning. A spell is cast within the mind of the person to whom the word is spoken ‘only’ if those words are believed to be ‘true’. The mind can only be enchanted by a ‘lie’ if the lie is ‘believed’. We can only believe what we do not know! The sinner is the believer of the lie. The sinner’s forgiveness is assured if when the lie is detected, the believer’s faith is withdrawn. To conceal itself ‘sorcery’ was generically replaced in the dictionary by the word ‘dishonesty’.

If we know our words are ‘untrue’ we’re not merely dishonest, we are a sorcerer. If we believe our beliefs are true then we ‘know not what we do’ and so we are ‘forgiven’. KJV, Luke 23:34 “Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.” There is a lot of sorcery creating evil in the world. Sorcery can only reign whilst we believe what we are told. Any newspaper found to be ‘a false witness’ should not be picked up again because this is sorcery. Any TV programme that gives a false testimony should not be watched again because this is sorcery.

KJV, Exodus 20:15 “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.” A witness that knowingly says what they know to be untrue is the perpetrator of sorcery. A false witness that believes in the word of a sorcerer is ‘forgiven’ and is innocent. There are no half-truths. Once we detect a demon’s sorcery we must choose truth or deception. To knowingly prejudice our perception with beliefs that are lies is to give our allegiance to what is generically defined as Satan. Satan is the deceiver that uses demons in the form of ‘beliefs’ to lead humanity astray.

If you tell a lie to get sexual pleasure your body provides pleasure not for you but the demon that occupies and uses you to commit sexual acts. Where and what are these demons? They are the ‘words’ we use to justify uncompassionate acts. We are one! We are not separate! Any word that separates or justifies separation is a ‘demon’. The sin is not the word. The sin is the ‘belief’ that the word is ‘true’. The sins are not the actions of the demon’s slave. The demon’s slave is the ‘believer’. The demons exist as ‘beliefs’ that deny compassion.

Any religious or political speech that justifies an attack on a neighbour is the word of someone possessed by a ‘demon’. The demon is detected by the dishonest words used by its slave. When attacked ‘defend’ but ‘do not attack’. Courage can only come from the love of God. Only a victim of sorcery who knows that they ‘must not kill’ can be programmed by a ‘patriotic’ belief that they must kill. Only a victim of sorcery can sexually exploit a child. Only a lover of sorcery could voluntarily speak a word they know is not true in order to deceive another.

Our identity is not defined by ‘sexual orientation’. In truth we are individual perspectives but demons are generic. All individuals that generically conform to a stereotype are possessed. Our belief or belief system enforces existential parameters that place constraints upon our individual creative expression. KJV, Galatians 6:7-8 “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting.”

Anyone who knowingly lies to deceive others does so in order to control others. A lie is told to manipulate the mind of another in order to control their thoughts and behaviour. Demonic influence disguises itself in concepts such as ‘sales’, ‘marketing, ‘politics’, ‘spirituality’, ‘religion’, ‘money’, industry’, ‘health’, ‘hypnosis’ and ‘deception’. Dishonesty is sorcery! When we know, we have no need of beliefs because we know. When we knowingly engage in sorcery we know what we do. When we knowingly deceive others it is ‘only’ their forgiveness that can free them from our control.

Forgiveness is the realisation that the belief is not true. The sin is the belief not the behaviour. The belief is that the word is true. The word of a liar is the vehicle used by demons to enter the mind of the believer. The moment we believe that the word is true our faith simultaneously gives it sovereignty within our own mind. The demon uses that faith in order to acquire dominion over the believer’s mind and body. To remove the demons that trespass within our minds we need only withdraw our faith in any beliefs we have about any stimulus that our beliefs allege to be responsible for what we think and what we feel.

We can only believe what we do not know. When we know we have no need of beliefs because we know. We either know or we do not. The testimony of another is not our truth. We must not believe anyone who asks us to fight an enemy in a war in a foreign land. Unless attacked there is no enemy. If attacked defend but do not attack first! Arms cannot kill if we do not use them. Semantics argues that patriotism is not racism. These separate concepts are separate disguises worn by the same ‘demon’. If we worship a concept that denies compassion, our mind will be controlled by that conditioning.

A believer is a prisoner whose mind is enslaved by his own beliefs. Our beliefs are our jailors. The power of our beliefs is equal to our ‘faith’ in them. A phobia demonstrates the power a belief has over a believer. A phobia is no more or less powerful than any other belief. A phobia is merely the effect of an unusual belief. When we try to do what we believe we cannot or should not do we will feel the power of our own jailors. Their power is felt as ‘difficulty’, ‘lack of confidence’, ‘embarrassment’, ‘anxiety’, ‘guilt’, ‘phobia’, ‘fear’, ‘despondency’ and ‘depression’. These words are not God’s words.

These words were created to manipulate the neurochemical responses felt within our own body. These neurochemical responses are generically called ‘feelings’. Those neurochemicals are activated by exposure to any stimulus that we perceive. Our perception is always a reflection of what we believe or what we know. The control that our beliefs have over us is expressed in the context of ‘I can’t’.  If I try to do what I ‘believe’ I cannot do I will feel the neurochemical response to my own perception when I am exposed to what I believe ‘I can’t’ or ‘shouldn’t’ do. These neurochemical responses are commonly defined as ‘feelings’.  I may explain why I feel what I feel with an explanation (testimony).

Our belief’s false testimony will allege that the cause of our emotional responses is a fact.  An individual’s words are always arranged in particular order to verbally justify why ‘I cant’.  An individual may say ‘I can’t because of the ‘difficulty’, ‘danger’, ‘lack of knowledge’, ‘fear’, ‘inappropriateness’, etc. Unless attacked or the victim of injury or disease all emotional responses are ‘perceptually induced neurochemical responses’. The power of our words is equal to the faith we have placed in them! If we remove them from our vocabulary and withdraw all faith in our beliefs they can have no power over what we think or feel.

Our beliefs are prescriptions. The mind is a pharmacy that fills out each prescription by dispensing neurochemicals that our brain manufactures. Any testimony that is based upon our faith in our beliefs is bearing false witness to our self and others. When we believe something it becomes truth within our mind. KJV, 18.9 “And if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out, and cast it from thee: it is better for thee to enter into life with one eye, rather than having two eyes to be cast into hell fire.” This does not mean to pluck out our eyes. The eyes do not see! The mind sees. The mind sees what it believes.  This is called ‘perception’.

The mind sees with what some call the third eye. This ‘inner eye’ is within. Our mind’s vision is edited by perception. Our perception is authored by others. Perception is created by our faith in educational beliefs. Educational perception is not vision. Perception is the projection of meaning. The mind replaces what is seen with what the mind believes it is seeing. Our vision is distorted by a vail of perception. Perception creates what we call reality. Our body neurochemically (emotionally) responds to what we believe about what we are seeing. If we are unhappy, anxious, worried or fearful then we are bearing false witness to our own true self and others.

So how do we achieve what is implied by plucking out our eyes without plucking out our eyes? To undo the perception that creates neurochemical (emotional) responses that feel bad we merely question what we alleged was the cause of those feelings. If we find out why we hate or dislike something we must ask if this ‘belief’ is true. Our beliefs prejudice our perception. Our beliefs are either true or not true. In the moment we withdraw our faith in a belief that causes us to create the stimulus responses of ‘fear’, ‘anxiety’, ‘anger’ or ‘worry’ our brain will simultaneously cease dispensing those neurochemicals (feelings). ‘It’ is what it is!  It is what it is, regardless of the terms we individually or collective use to perceive it.

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