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Wicca: Satan's Little White Lie

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2001

    Taking the blinds away !

    William Schnoebelen is doing a great job at taking the spiritual blinds away from the eyes of Wiccans, Satanist and Christians alike. As a former Witch 'High Priest' ( and who better)in his book he describes the cons of this belief system in all view points not just the Christian's.He is thorough and effortlessly allows all to see into the deceptive traps of the occult lifestyle and propagandas. It is a great book for victims of satanic occult abuse. Also, for those who are confused on the origins and the validity of where the Wiccan's beliefs derive. I applaud William Schnoebelen's honesty and courage to write as openly as he has on the fallacy of this religious system 'Wicca' and his own years of experince in 'Wicca'. Christians should definitly read this book we need to become more aware of the Spiritual realm this book defintly does this through biblicaly sound scripture and historical facts. He has a great rational and logical argument. It is a great book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2000

    Read his other works

    For those of you who are passionate obout the absence of the belief in Satan in Wicca, and your supposition that the author doesn't know what he is talking about, try reading his other book, Lucifer Dethroned. This chronicles his experiences in the oocult.

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