Tonight Pastor Dowell Will Interview Doc Marquis A Former Illuminati Master Witch.

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Doc Marquis was raised as a child in the international, occult group known as the Illuminati. For 20 years he was trained as an Illuminist and attained the rank of Master Witch (a 3rd level Illuminati Witch). As a result of GOD’s sovereignty and mercy, Doc became surrounded by Christians who presented him with the Gospel. Confronted by GOD’s Word and love, he opened his heart and mind. On April 15, 1979 Doc became a Born-Again Christian, forever severing his ties with the Illuminati. He now devotes his life to traveling across the country and using public forums to expose and educate the public on the occult. Doc speaks at: seminars, lectures, conventions, conferences, workshops, churches, and special interest groups. He also trains therapists, clinicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, local and state police, and former/present day members of the F.B.I. in the areas of victim-abuse recovery, S.R.A. (Satanic Ritual Abuse), D.I.D. (Disassociative Identity Disorder), programming/brainwashing, solving occult crimes and the eight major occult groups found in America.

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Tallahassee Witch Grave – Old City Cemetery, Florida

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This is the oldest cemetery in Tallahassee, Florida called the Old City Cemetery and we are gonna see the “witch grave”. Elizabeth Budd-Graham who was just 23-year-old when died was buried under this elaborate 12 feet tall obelisk which was made of 15 tons of French granite.

Soon after her death, rumors spread that she had witch crafted her husband to marry her and was hated by people around her. It was believed that she was slow poisoned by a close relative and she had a long, painful death which is why her soul has not rested in peace all these years. This may also be true if you look at the epitaph engraved by her husband is originally from a poem called Lenore written by Edgar Allen Poe when his wife passed away at the age of 24 and Poe’s wife herself was a witch.

There are lot of ghost stories around this place and we can still see people performing ceremonies at her grave on new moon & full moon nights. You can also see a lot of shells put in to this granite vase as offerings and even coins are offered. Apart from the fellow “witches” there are also many curious visitors like me visit the grave to pay homage and observe the gifts offered for “the doubly dead” (witches must be killed twice). Follow Me on:


Hungarian Christmas Witch Hunt

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HUNGARIAN CHRISTMAS WITCH HUNT – This strange Christmas tradition is not practiced in Hungary anymore but locals still know the folklore. December 13th is St. Lucy’s Day when, according to the story, Hungarian men each began building a ‘Lucy chair’ or Luca szék. The men had to work on the chair – which is actually a stool – each day leading up to Christmas Eve and use nine different types of wood and tools made only of wood. The chair had to be finished by December 24th when each man took his stool to church. During the church service, they would stand on their stools at the back of the congregation and look at the backs of women’s heads. The special powers of the stool allowed the men to see witches so they were looking for their horns. Once a man spotted a witch, he had to run home and burn the stool in the fire right away. The witch, sensing her true identity had been revealed, would follow him home. In order to slow her down, and give himself a better chance of getting home to burn his stool, the man would scatter poppy seeds on the road. The story goes that when a witch comes across poppy seeds she must pick them up one at a time.

I thought you’d find this an interesting tradition to learn about, even though it’s not practiced anymore. ‘Lucy chairs’ are not common in Hungary now – try finding one! – so we thought it’d be more fun to act the story out. A very dramatic retelling indeed!

What do you think of this bygone tradition? Stranger than Krampus maybe?

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Halloween Facade | Witch Cottage (Pt.7) – Building A Storybook Style Curved Roof

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Making a witches shack facade for Halloween. Building a whimsical storybook looking witch cottage facade for Halloween part 7. It’s always Halloween at our house and we are starting to build a witch’s shack or witch house facade for the October yard display home haunt. Its past the time for Halloween decorations and Halloween decorating but we are just getting started designing and fabricating the witch hut Halloween facade. The Halloween facade will measure 12′ x 16′ and be 16′ tall. We also plan on building a roof to go over one side.

Building A Witch’s Cottage – Halloween Facade

Building A Witch’s Cottage Facade – Adding Faux Trim

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Thomas Muthee Sermon: Why Sarah Palin? October 16, 2005

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Thomas Muthee, the man who led a movement that hounded a woman out of her hometown because Muthee believed she was supernaturally causing car crashes, has moved on. His new target: Sarah Palin. On October 16, 2005, Thomas Muthee delivered a sermon at the Wasilla Assemblies of God, the subject of which was “Why Palin?” Why Elect Sarah Palin Governor of Alaska? Ignore for the moment that church electioneering is against federal tax law. Let’s focus on Thomas Muthee’s reasons to vote for Sarah Palin. #1. Vote for Sarah Palin because she is one way for “God’s Kingdom” to “invade,” “infiltrate” and “influence” society. #2. Vote for Sarah Palin to install the Christian God and the Ten Commandments in control of the Public Schools. #3. Vote for Sarah Palin to combat and rebuke the forces of witchcraft. #4. Vote for Sarah Palin to end the separation of church and state in the United States of America. Thomas Muthee spoke it. Sarah Palin watched him speak it in the audience. Then she took the stage and as Muthee laid hands on her and she bowed her head, together they prayed for it. Is this what YOU want for America?

Haunted Places in Indiana

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Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Evansville, and more! Check out our picks for the top 10 most haunted places in Indiana! The Hoosier State is full of the paranormal, supernatural, and otherworldly. From Notre Dame to national parks, bridges, cemeteries, and more! Enjoy!

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5 Most Haunted Places in Tennessee

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Tennessee: it isn’t all Elvis and the Grand Ole Opry (though those things are pretty awesome). There are more than a few creepy places and weird stories in this southern state. Here are 5 of my favorite haunted places in Tennessee.

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The Legend of The Devils Church

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Exploring the Devils Church, some bad shit happens.

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Haunted Places in South Carolina

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From Charleston to Columbia, Mount Pleasant to Rock Hill, the Palmetto State is full of some of the most terrifying and scary haunted places around! Check out our list of the top 10 most haunted places in South Carolina! Enjoy!


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