Yes, here comes the Halloween crazy talk from the evangelical christianist wack-jobs. Kimberly Daniels’ article that was pulled from Pat Robertson’s website, goes ding-ding-ding on teh crazy meter. Now, I’ve heard teh crazy talk about Halloween from my short-lived days in The Church™, but dammit — this lady says that witches pray over the candy coming out of the factories. And, the demons who attach to the candy that is given out “don’t know the difference”, so the bags at the store are not even safe to purchase.
“During this period demons are assigned against those who participate in the rituals and festivities. These demons are automatically drawn to the fetishes that open doors for them to come into the lives of human beings. For example, most of the candy sold during this season has been dedicated and prayed over by witches.
I do not buy candy during the Halloween season. Curses are sent through the tricks and treats of the innocent whether they get it by going door to door or by purchasing it from the local grocery store. The demons cannot tell the difference.”
Too crazy even for Pat Robertson to keep it posted, the article has been re-posted all over the internets. HuffPo has a demonic candy page … contribute, vote. Funny.
A little googling, comes up with this … another example of my assertion that the religious crazies come from life trauma, drug abuse, etc. (emphasis mine):
“Kimberly Daniels was the fastest female sprinter in junior college in the nation and in the military around the world. Later, she was spiraled into a lifestyle of prostitution and drugs. Since the miraculous intervention of Jesus in her life, she shares her testimony globally.”
There’s that “lifestyle” word again … see? This clearly shows “heterosexual lifestyles” lead to prostitution and drugs. [sarcasm]
“Daniels, 40, spends most of her year traveling across the United States in a 30-foot recreational vehicle dubbed the Demon Buster Mobile.”
Another christianist with waaaay too much fucking money. An editor’s note on Charisma’s website disclaims any views presented in her article, saying that her views come from working with people involved in occult, witchcraft, etc. Her ministry is worldwide. Makes me wonder if she’s directly involved in some of the evangelical missions to Africa where hunting down “witch children” is common in the christian churches competing for congregants. Just wondering. Anything is possible with Christianity For Profit.
She’s a self-proclaimed Prophet and Apostle … OooKaaaayyy