Feminism is Witchcraft by Another Name

Witchcraft and FeminismA MARKETING PLOY WHICH WORKED

Feminism is witchcraft by another name.

Feminism has always been about overthrowing the established order of the patriarchy.

And what is the patriarchy?

A social system in which the father is head of the household, having authority over women and children.

“Let all things be done decently and in order.”
1 Corinthians 14:40

And what is witchcraft?

“For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry.”
1 Samuel 15:23
End Times Prophecy Headlines: March 7-8, 2015

Actually, much of what is called “feminism” is the result of a decades-long marketing campaign by witches.

But why would witchcraft need marketing: isn’t witchcraft all about “female empowerment” and “leveling the playing field“, just as feminism as always proclaimed?

Witchcraft is all about control.

Witchcraft has always been about control.

Specifically, it’s all about control through manipulation by infernal and other means.

Basically, witchcraft is marketed as feminism and feminism is essentially the marketing of a middle-school whine.

“It’s not fair!”

“Everybody’s so mean to me!”

Make them stop!”

And so, modern witches have accumulated more power through the constant whine of the more publicly palatable feminism and through the court system than by any other means for some time.

“The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the LORD, and against his anointed, saying, Let us break their bands asunder, and cast away their cords from us.”
–Psalm 2:2-3

As the bands of God’s Word continue breaking asunder; as the cord are cast away; as the climax of human history fast approaches: the need for secrecy and deception have grown less.

Feminism at its core has always been about rebellion.

Almost by definition, witchcraft has always been about rebellion. Specifically, rebellion against God Almighty.

“For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry.”
–1Samuel 15:23

As their season is almost upon us, it appears good PR has outweighed the centuries-long need for secrecy.

GOOD PR!

As many as 1.2 million Americans are pagans. The spiritual landscape has certainly shifted in the last 50 years in a very public way–particularly in the United States of America: ground zero for “alternative and/or illegitimate spirituality.”

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America was conceptualized as a haven for the ancient pagan pre-flood religion. As such, it was also founded as a nation where the federal government guaranteed every antichrist cult; where any who rebelled against God Almighty would enjoy the fullest protection of the law of the land.

Witchcraft has not proved the exception in taking advantage of such security.

“Traditionally female archetypes get power from other people. Think about things like the mother, the queen, the daughter — these are all lovely archetypes for women, and yet they’re deriving their power from their relation to other people, whereas the witch, she has power unto herself. She perhaps draws power from something greater than herself or from nature, but it’s really coming from within herself. It’s not because it’s in relation to someone else. She’s self-defining in the same way women are defining themselves today.”
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Witchcraft (and feminism) have been getting a facelift, courtesy of the movies and other components of the popular culture.

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It came down to just really understanding the real world and the fairytale were over the same thing in the early modern period. That if people called you a witch, they really believed that you were a fairytale ogre that’s capable of doing the things that the witch in my film does.
[…]
The evil witch in the early modern period was men’s fierce desires and ambivalences about women and female power. And, sadly and horrifically, she was also women’s own fierce desires and ambivalences about themselves and motherhood in this extremely male-dominated society.

That’s clear when you start reading all this primary source material. I didn’t intend to write a piece about female empowerment, but I realize that in writing a witch story that they’re one and the same thing. So, these themes about feminism rise to the top.[…]

The Witch is sinister, smart and wildly feminist

First, he starts with the tale of a devout family ousted from their Puritanical settlement and forced to start a new life. Then, slowly weaves in actual witchcraft folklore until its unclear if there is an enchantress in their midst, or if fear of sorcery has just driven them (and the audience) mad. But whereas “She’s a witch!” might feel like an old trope, Eggers’ movie presents it in such a way that—in our (still) politically, morally, and ethically divided times—it is easy to see how it parallels the treatment of powerful women nearly 400 years later.
[…]
Of course in New England at the time of Eggers’ movie, any woman who fell outside of societal norms became a suspected witch. Women who lived atypical lives, women of color, women who challenged patriarchal systems, even a girl like The Witch’s Thomasin (Anya Taylor-Joy)—who just found herself in the unfortunate position of becoming a woman in a family of zealots with a few misbehaving goats—got called witches.
[…]
Complicating the matter is how the idea of the witch has evolved. In the 20th century, Wiccan ideals created the possibility for so-called witches to be more than just beautiful, evil sirens or old, evil hags. And during that time characters like Glinda, the Good Witch, in The Wizard of Oz, the Halliwell sisters on the TV show Charmed, and Sarah Bailey in the movie The Craft became cooler, more acceptable versions of the witch archetype.[…]

There are many, many other examples.

Yes, surely “feminism” is another name for witchcraft.

In fact, we said the same thing last year.

Once more, from End Times Prophecy Headlines: March 7-8, 2015

FEMINISM IS WITCHCRAFT BY ANOTHER NAME

halloween_witch_scene

Feminism has always been about overthrowing the established order of the patriarchy.

And what is the patriarchy?

A social system in which the father is head of the household, having authority over women and children.

“Let all things be done decently and in order.”
1 Corinthians 14:40

And what is witchcraft?

“For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry.”
1 Samuel 15:23

Unfortunately for those in the craft, they are marked for death–eternally.

“Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.”
Exodus 23:18

Once witches were marked for temporal death.  Now witches are marked for eternal death.

Unless they repent.

SUCCESS!

The success of witchcraft’s PR campaign can be verified by a visit to most any of the apostate churches. Counterfeit Christians love to talk talk about satanists and homosexuals, but witches rarely, if ever, become the topic of such discussions.

Even the atheist gets more church chin-wagging time than the witch.

Witches publicly complained for years of imagined mistreatment at the hands of the churches.

It must please them to no end that in 2016, that many of the counterfeit churches have adopted the rituals of witchcraft. In fact, a good guess would be that more pew-sitters are familiar with various aspects of witchcraft than they are the gospel.

It’s a certainty there is more paganism and witchcraft in the churches, which completely refuse to preach the gospel.

But of course, witches have always been well aware the churches were not as appeared to outsiders.

The rise of feminism has mirrored the public rise of witchcraft. In what they both profess and in what they say their goals are, it is clear: feminism is witchcraft by another name.

POPULAR!

At the end of the day, witchcraft has become immensely popular in the USA.

Actually, it is more accurate to say that witchcraft has become more immensely popular (and socially acceptable) IN PUBLIC.

However, witchcraft,–like homosexuality, like theft, like murder, like fornication, like pride–is still a sin. In this regard, witches are no worse (or better) than any other human who has walked the earth.

“there is none that doeth good, no, not one.”
–Romans 3:12

There is still time to trade the vagaries of illegitimate supernatural power for the explosive, unlimited power of the Living God.

There is still time to repent (change direction), call upon the name of the LORD Jesus Christ and enter the kingdom of heaven.

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“But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name.”
John 20:31

THE GOSPEL

“Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand; By which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain. For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:

And that he was seen of Cephas, then of the twelve: After that, he was seen of above five hundred brethren at once; of whom the greater part remain unto this present, but some are fallen asleep. After that, he was seen of James; then of all the apostles. And last of all he was seen of me also, as of one born out of due time.”
1 Corinthians 15:1-8

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.”
-–Romans 1:16

“Seest thou a man wise in his own conceit? there is more hope of a fool than of him.”
–Proverbs 26:12

[Portions of this piece appeared originally in End Times Prophecy Headlines: December 14, 2015, End Times Prophecy Headlines: October 31-November 1, 2015 and End Times Prophecy Headlines: March 7-8, 2015.]

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9 thoughts on “Feminism is Witchcraft by Another Name”

  1. What I don’t see mentioned in this article is that if written history is true of how women were perceived and thus, treated, then there is no surprise that the suffragette and the women’s liberation movements (aka feminist movement) began and gained a foothold to this day. Middle eastern culture, which the bible is a history of, does not value women period. Historically, western culture applied these attitudes, but perhaps to a lesser degree, (minus stoning a woman to death for the accusation of infidelity). This article states that: “Feminism has always been about overthrowing the established order of the patriarchy. And what is the patriarchy? A social system in which the father is head of the household, having authority over women and children. “Let all things be done decently and in order.” —1 Corinthians 14:40” But it leaves out the main element that makes “the established order” work for everyone participating in it: God the Father, and Christ the Son. Christ is the head of the husband – if God has no part in marriage, then patriarchy itself becomes about “control” which is one of the definitions of “authority”. But don’t worry – the feminist movement will probably come to an abrupt end once the Antichrist comes into his power – he will not allow anything or anyone compete with his delusional self-proclaimed deity. It is interesting to note that the ultimate opposition to God, the one who in the near future will oppose and wear out the saints, will be a man who thinks he is God.

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    1. Robin Johnson,

      Thank you for taking the time to stop and leave a comment.

      What I don’t see mentioned in this article is that if written history is true of how women were perceived and thus, treated, then there is no surprise that the suffragette and the women’s liberation movements (aka feminist movement) began and gained a foothold to this day.

      No, you didn’t: perhaps because the article was not about that but about the relationship between feminism and witchcraft.

      Middle eastern culture, which the bible is a history of, does not value women period.

      While what you say may be true of Middle Eastern culture, it has absolutely no bearing upon the Word of God.

      ” But it leaves out the main element that makes “the established order” work for everyone participating in it: God the Father, and Christ the Son. Christ is the head of the husband

      I would agree with this. However, this is part of a biblical household. Without this, it is not a biblical household, only a living arrangement which anyone might participate in, including pagans.

      the feminist movement will probably come to an abrupt end once the Antichrist comes into his power – he will not allow anything or anyone compete with his delusional self-proclaimed deity.

      Interesting. I’d tend to agree with this.

      Many who toiled for his coming may be disappointed when they are sacrificed once he takes power.

      Once again, thank you for taking the time to stop and leave a comment.

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