- Arcangel Michael to Erin Again
- April 02, 2012 - 20:02
It may have been used by Christians at one point, but the use was rare and is now even more rare. Sure, you can find symbols in any religion or culture that are common with other symbols of other religions or cultures but have different meanings. For example, the swastika is found in Buddism, Hinduism, Jainism, some Native Americanism, and Falun Gong. However, its use is much more associated with Nazism. When most people see or use the swastika they think of Nazism and not any other use. Likewise, when most people see or use the pentagram they think evil and not good. I will say a prayer for myself as I pray for you and I hope you will do the same. It is nice to see you being concerned with blasphemy, esp since you call Christianity chistanity which sounds alot like a mockery to me.
- Arcangel Michael to Erin
- April 02, 2012 - 15:59
Erin you are wrong on two counts. The pentagram is not always one point up nor is it nota sign of the devil. Do a google image search of pentagram and read the wikipedia article and see the demonic references. Wikipedia: "The Neopagan pentagram is generally displayed with one point up, partly because of the "inverted" goat's head pentagram's association with Satanism; however, within traditional forms of Wicca a pentagram (no circle) with two points up is associated with the Second Degree Initiation and in this way differs from the encircled pentacle inverted of Satanism. Because of a perceived association with Satanism and also because of negative societal attitudes towards Neopagan religions and the "occult", many United States schools have sought to prevent students from displaying the pentagram on clothing or jewelry." I'll pray for you. Thanks for playing though "WIZ" Erin.
- April 02, 2012 - 18:19
If you use Wikipedia for a "reliable" source...there is no hope. Wikipedia...the encyclopedia that ANYONE can edit. They have some great FALSE info on a host of subjects. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentagram I however did lower myself to look to wiki for a definition, and it totally backs up what I am saying. A pentagram...not an INVERTED pentagram has been used by many different religions. EVEN CHISTIANITY when they used it to symbolize the 5 wounds of Christ. Say a prayer for yourself "Arcangel Micheal" blasphemous much ?? :)
- Archangel Michael
- April 02, 2012 - 11:25
The pentagram (an upside down five pointed star), is not an ancient symbol of magical protection, it is a demonic symbol. The bottom point being the snout or mouth of the devil. The two side points being his jowls or ears. The two top points being his horns. The middle being his face. So, people be careful around this sign less you fall into his trap. When you are handling a five pointed star, like hanging one up for Christmas or as a hub cap on spare tire the back of your jeep, keep it right side up and not upside down. Steer clear of anyone using this demonic symbol unless you are trying to convert them and you have your guards up, so you will not be traped. Missus with this show with the pentagram and those around her willingly cooperating should be prayed for and not believed.
- April 02, 2012 - 14:23
The Pentagram is a symbol of a star encased in a circle. Always with 5 points (one pointing upward), each has its own meaning. The upward point of the star is representative of the spirit. The other four points all represent an element; earth, air, fire, and water. All these things contibutite to life and are a part of each of us. To wear a pentagram necklace or other form of jewelry, is to say you feel the connection with the elements and respect the earth. Thanks for playing though "WIZ" Archangel Micheal
- DON II
- April 02, 2012 - 08:55
For centuries people in Newfoundland were the product of very poor education or lack of any formal education, myth based religious influence about people being raised from the dead, folklore and outright lies. Despite the entertaining stories, there are no fairies, ghosts, goblins or hags! The story says: "....people are interested in what comes after death." The answer is: "NOTHING!" It is not what comes after death that we should be concerned about, only what happens to us or what we do to others in life that should concern us. Ghost hunting is entertaining but don't expect to come face to face with a ghost anytime soon. Any entity that has no brain, vocal cords or physical strength can hardly be expected to make noises, speak or move things around. Fear of the unknown makes everyone open to believing any sort of story, tale or myth as an explanation for our unanswerable questions. Every so called paranormal activity has a logical explanation if one has an open mind and is capable of seeing the forest beyond the trees. As Sherlock Holmes said: "Having eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."
- April 02, 2012 - 08:28
Sounds very interesting! I look forward to seeing the show!!
- April 02, 2012 - 07:18
Best of luck on this venture. Sounds interesting for sure as Newfoundland is so rich in its history, folklore and ghost stories. I can't wait to watch the shows on NTV.