Spooky doll trend in Thailand opens the door for demonic oppression

Thailand needs to repent. A new trend there sees adults and youngsters not just buying and owning dolls (really CREEPY dolls, I might add), but lavishing them with care and money like children.

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Taking them to restaurants! Buying them plane tickets! Oh my! This is IDOLATRY! and worse, they really are potentially demon possessed, because buddhist monks are saying incantations over them too: [my emphasis added]

They get blessings from Buddhist monks

After purchasing a doll, the owner brings it to a monk who conducts a prayer and an anointing ceremony known as “plook sek”.

Such prayers are normally used to bless lucky amulets, which are also popular in Thailand, where ancient beliefs in magic are still prevalent.

In the case of “luk thep”, it is often seen as a way of animating the doll, where a wandering spirit is invited to inhabit it and give it a soul. (Source)

Yes, really! Now, it’s not coincidence that I happened back upon this useful site the same day www.demonbuster.com, and their information on dolls (Link) comes from Earline Moody, and I quote: [my emphasis added]

“Dolls (Excerpts)

Dolls were believed to bring good luck to their owners, to make livestock give more milk, help win wars and heal the sick. Only witch doctors or medicine men were allowed to handle them.

The dictionary defines a doll as a small carved or molded figure which served as a cult object or representation of a nursery story, cartoon or puppet character.

Both World Book and Britannica point out that dolls were buried with people and were supposed to be friends and servants in the spirit world.

Roman and Greek girls, in preparation for marriage would leave their dolls on the altar of the temples of Artemis and Diana. To this day multitudes of idol (demon) worshippers use dolls in pagan religious ceremonies.

In ancient times the worship of idols included the offering of various types of sacrifices, libations and other acts of devotion such as kissing an image, kneeling or dancing before it. On occasion the worshiper inflicted wounds in themselves as a special act of homage. The second commandment of the Decalogue prohibited the making of any image of The God Of Israel. Despite the fact that arks, ephods and terraphin found their place in the religion of Israel, not a single figure of God has ever been recovered by archaeologists. This feature of Israel’s religion sharply distinguished it from that of her neighbors and contemporaries, and profoundly attests to the fact that the true God is not a being whose personality can be adequately reflected in the products of human handicrafts. Idolatry was a constant problem in ancient Israel.

Dolls in Toledo, Ohio (Excerpts)

One night when my wife was complaining to me about the child’s insolence, out of nowhere I said, Her problems are those stinking doll babies, it’s witchcraft.

The next night while I was praying for someone’s deliverance, she picked up an encyclopedia to check what it said about dolls! There it was: origin in witchcraft and magic.

Baby – Seven Months Old (Excerpts)

The Lord began to show us the legal grounds Satan held. It was in his dolls! He had received one for Christmas and a small plastic boy sailor doll at birth. The Lord also told my husband of various stuffed toys (in shapes of animals – whales, dogs and kangaroos), a plastic toy Big Bird and matching bib. These were thrown away and curses from them broken. (Look for strange sicknesses or diseases that will not heal in children.)

When the Lord commanded that no graven images were to be made, He wasn’t being cruel and heartless. He knew the damage they could put upon people (Ex. 20:4). The Lord has also shown us that puppets are a deception and the Lord places a curse on those that use deceit (Jer. 48:10).”

And a testimony from Marie Moody:

“Some friends of ours were ministers who went to Haiti. One time they brought us some carved figurines as a gift. These statutes caused us strife in the family. Our daughter, Marie, felt like there were eyes watching her as she walked across the room. The Lord finally got our attention and we destroyed the wood figures. The wood would not burn normally and finally I had to soak them in charcoal-lighter fluid. When they finally burned, a green flame came out and shot toward us. These dolls were probably made by Voodoo worshipers who blessed them so that they would be sold. After getting rid of the statutes, the strife left our family. What do you think the green flame was – a demon?”

It’s not a joke, and it’s not superstition to say that all those in Thailand who have joined this latest fad have opened the door to demonic oppression.

Please pray that they realise the truth!

God Bless you

Lis

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