Hypnosis: Medical, Scientific, or Occultic?

Hypnosis: Medical, Scientific, or Occultic?

by Martin Bobgan, Deidre Bobgan

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Overview

Hypnosis: Medical, Scientific, or Occultic? reveals that hypnotism is potentially dangerous at its best and is demonic at its worst. At its worst hypnotism opens an individual to psychic experiences and satanic possession. When mediums go into hypnotic trances and contact the "dead," when clairvoyants reveal information which they could not possibly know, when fortunetellers through self-hypnosis reveal the future, Satan is at work. Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness, and there is no difference between the altered state of consciousness and the shamanic state of consciousness.

Satan transforms himself into an angel of light whenever necessary to accomplish his schemes. If he can make an occult practice (hypnosis) look beneficial through a false facade (medicine or science), he will. It is obvious that hypnosis is lethal if used for evil purposes. However, we contend that hypnosis is potentially lethal for whatever purposes it is used. The moment one surrenders himself to the doorway of the occult, even in the halls of science and medicine, he is vulnerable to the powers of darkness.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780941717182
Publisher: EastGate Publishers
Publication date: 05/24/2001
Pages: 144
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.31(d)

Table of Contents

1.Hypnotic Origins5
2.What Is Hypnosis?15
3.Is Hypnosis a Natural Experience?31
4.Can the Will Be Violated?37
5.Induction/Seduction45
6.Age Regression and Progression57
7.Hypnotic Memory69
8.Deep Hypnosis79
9.Hypnosis: Medical, Scientific, or Occultic?87
10.The Bible and Hypnosis103
11.Hypnosis in Unexpected Places115
12.Conclusion129
Notes133

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