Category Archives: Orphanhood

Church attendance and illegitimate birth


church attendanceAll sexual relationships outside of marriage establish blood covenants with spirits of immorality. The people involved in such relationships become spiritually bound to each other through demonic bonds.

Many women who were sexually active before marriage even though they have since married and have children, confess that they still feel a strong emotional dependence to their former “boyfriend” to whom they lost their virginity long before. Some even confess that they have had affairs with their “old flame” or “first love”. This demonstrates the power of sinful bonds between souls through sex. Sex spiritually establishes spiritual and emotional wounds and “demonic bridges” that the enemy uses to torment his victims.

Through adultery, demonic entities that block the matrimonial relationship invade the marriage bed thus bringing satanic oppression into the family. The children become morally unprotected and susceptible to sexually abusive relationships. The worst consequence of illicit sex however occurs when a child is conceived through the act.

The spiritual consequences of conceiving an illegitimate child

One of illegitimate birth shall not enter the assembly of the Lord; even to the tenth generation none of his descendants shall enter the assembly of the Lord (Deuteronomy 23:2)

I believe that this text describes one of the greatest wounds of society. We can see the dramatic spiritual consequences of children conceived outside of the marriage covenant, through fornication, adultery, incest, prostitution and rape.

What does this verse really mean by “shall not enter the assembly of the Lord“? First, it is important to state that this verse doesn’t mean that God rejects people who are imprisoned in sins of sexual immorality. God is a father to the orphans. This passage simply reveals that because of extra-marital sex of any type, malignant, spiritual resistance will block and even impede those who practice it from enjoying success in the ministerial and conjugal realm. Families and churches have a strong tendency to marginalize illegitimate children.

And you have forgotten the exhortation which speaks to you as to sons: “My son, do not despise the chastening of the Lord, Nor be discouraged when you are rebuked by Him; For whom the Lord loves He chastens, and scourges every son whom He receives.” If you endure chastening, God deals with you as with sons; for what son is there whom a father does not chasten? But if you are without chastening, of which all have become partakers, then you are illegitimate and not sons. (Hebrews 12:5-8)

This passage also reinforces the fundamental characteristic of illegitimate children who often express their frustration with respect to their questionable origins through an aversion to parental and even divine correction and discipline.

Emotional, sexual and homosexual affliction

Every conception of a child involves a sexual relationship, and every sexual relationship involves a blood covenant. A spiritually illegal sexual relationship always implies that the participants place the blood of this covenant on the altar of spirits of immorality. The child conceived in this manner becomes the fruit of a blood covenant established with these entities through their immoral acts. In this way, the child becomes the victim of demonic “persecution” at conception, literally an “intrauterine demonic possession”. This may seem harsh and even strange but the resulting symptoms affirm its truth.

This spiritual persecution has three basic aspects: emotional, sexual and often homosexual. Almost all children born outside of a marriage covenant suffer some type of sexual or homosexual abuse or molestation during their infancy.

Many women experience serious problems in menstruation and childbirth. Another symptom of the curse of an illegitimate child is that early on, these children demonstrate advanced and perverted sexual appetites.

When parents begin to understand what happens to their children born out-of-wedlock they learn to make sense out of their children’s strange and deviant behavior. I have heard of a mother who shared that her three years old child frequently masturbated to the point of becoming totally drenched in sweat. She frequently tried to correct her child, but never saw any results. Obviously, this type of behavior is very abnormal for a child of that age. Such behavior confirms extreme demonic oppression in the child’s life. Many other cases of children practicing lesbianism and manifesting homosexual traits confirm the same scheme of demonic persecution.

Many homosexuals ignoring the history of their conception and other aspects of spiritual heritage believe that they were born gay and that their condition is just something that happens to certain people thus their family, church and society as a whole should be more understanding and accept their condition as a normal yet not very common part of life. The truth is that they can bear a demonic homosexual persecution, which fortunately can be broken by the liberating power of the cross of Christ.

By ignoring the spiritual character of their situation these victims of the enemy end up conforming to the perverted nature of these entities accustoming themselves to live in moral passivity, low self-esteem, inferiority, insecurity, self-hatred, rejection and segregation.

Rejection and isolation

The curse of the illegitimate child can also be expressed as a syndrome of rejection and isolation. The illegitimate child feels alone in the midst of a multitude, regardless of the environment.

Let’s examine the situation from another point of view. When an “unmarried” woman discovers that she is pregnant, is this good or bad news? With few exceptions, we know that this news is tragic and distressful.

Children born outside of the marriage covenant are rarely planned, and for this reason, they end up being strongly rejected in various ways by various people. Their parents conceive them in lust rather than in love. In truth, these innocent children become bad news, the worst problem in their parent’s lives. Instead of treating them as blessings from God, many parents see their illegitimate children as problems, little people who came to bring difficulty and inconvenience into their lives. Many see such children as punishment from God and a shame to the family.

Attempts to hide a pregnancy, thoughts and attempts of abortion, misunderstanding between couples who conceive children outside of marriage, paternal abandonment, rejection by the grandparents, curses spoken over the situation and undesired children – all such traumatic situations invoke a “spirit” of self-rejection and segregation that haunts these people all through their lives, acting like a parasite that sucks the life out of their self-esteem.

Such children grow up with a profound sense of inadequacy. Persecuted by these evil spirits, these children become irritated and rebellious, no longer feeling part of the family. They experience tremendous difficulty in fitting in at the local church and frequently become outsiders at their school. Such children see themselves as inferior and rejected. Insecurity and lack of affection become the center of their emotional life. They feel constant difficulty in adjusting to any environment.

This is where we come to understand the complicated syndrome of street kids and the problems that many parents of adopted children experience. In spite of the fact that many adoptive parents raise their children with love and discipline, many unexplainably present an attitude of rebellion and isolation. They remain under the legacy of their biological parents who, many times, were involved in prostitution, abandonment, abortion attempts, poverty, illegitimate children, rape, etc. Ignoring these hereditary components leads many adoptive parents to a dead-end.

The Bible also mentions the consequences of the hereditary nature of illegitimate children. Therefore people who have children outside of the marriage covenant are often themselves, children of single mothers and simply reproduce their own condition.

Biblically, the legacy of the illegitimate child is capable of extending up to 10 generations (Deuteronomy 23:2) which is the number of generations that this iniquity must be confessed with respect to our lineage. Generational reconciliation between fathers and children either personally or intercessory is the master-key to break this curse.

Chronic difficulty in developing relationships, faithfulness in church attendance and fruitfulness in the church are directly consequences of the curse of the illegitimate child. Certainly, this is the main thing that keeps people from baptism into the body of Christ and the paternal heart of God.

Usually people who demonstrate difficulty with faithful church attendance have a history of someone in the bloodline born out-of-wedlock. When such curses are completely broken through profound reconciliation within the family, the person begins to recover the ability to fit in and begins to feel like a part of the church family.


Emotional trauma in leadership

Jephthah’s trauma vs. Gideon’s victory

emotional traumaIn this contrast between Jephthah and Gideon, I would like to demonstrate the great difference that a redeemed family can make in the results reaped through spiritual warfare. The story of Jephthah speaks of a man who lived in the famous region of the healing balm of Gilead, yet who was never healed himself.

This was the tragedy of Jephthah; the danger of a leader who failed to receive God’s healing and ended up having neither descendent nor successor. He single-handedly destroyed his own posterity. He brought death to his own house. The price of entering into certain levels of spiritual warfare without receiving sufficient healing first can be very costly. In Jephthah’s case, the price was extremely high; it cost him the life of his own child. His story confirms that the main point of the enemy’s attack is against our families.

Gideon on the other hand, understood all aspects involved in his call to spiritual battle. He had completed the healing and restoration process thus was able to restore his own family and safely triumph over the enemy in great victory.

Jephthah’s post victory failure

And Jephthah made a vow to the Lord, and said, “If you will indeed deliver the people of Ammon into my hands, then it will be that whatever comes out of the doors of my house to meet me, when I return in peace from the people of Ammon, shall surely be the Lord’s, and I will offer it up as a burnt offering.” So Jephthah advanced toward the people of Ammon to fight against them, and the Lord delivered them into his hands. (Judges 11:30)

This was Jephthah’s famous vow to God. What would cause a person to make such a vow? The declaration “whatever comes out of the doors of my house to meet me” implies that in some way, Jephthah had exposed his own family. He opened the door of his house to the spirit of death. I seriously doubt that Jephthah ever imagined that the price of victory would be the life of his daughter. How could anyone, knowingly and willingly sacrifice his own daughter for personal success? What could cause a father to do this? To discover the answer, we need to enter Jephthah’s soul and allow the Scriptures to give us insight and illumination concerning the real situation.

Unbalanced personality

Looking back to the beginning of Jephthah’s story, we can follow a series of dramatic events that promoted dangerous alterations in his personality.

Now Jephthah the Gileadite was a mighty man of valor, but he was the son of a harlot; and Gilead begot Jephthah. (Judges 11:1)

On one hand, we have:

  • Jephthah was from Gilead, the blessed land of balm and prosperity (Jeremiah 50:19). The city of Gilead was famous for its citizen’s dexterity, power and health.
  • He was a courageously great and valiant warrior.
  • He had excellent leadership potential. In every situation, his leadership stood out.
  • He was a valiant man of his word, serious about serving God, to the point of keeping his vow to sacrifice his only daughter.

Many times, God’s balm is present in the churches we attend and we experience tremendous blessing. We have the desire and the courage to serve God and we possess great leadership potential. We are sincere and we seek to walk uprightly before the Lord, just as Jephthah did.

But, on the other hand: Jephthah was the son of a prostitute.

This great “but” in his life is the factor that disrupted all his potential. This became the mark of his identity with his family and consequently with society as a whole. The weight of such a legacy can easily arrest or distort the psychological development of an individual and compromise his destiny.

Jephthah was under a terrible cursed legacy of immorality and rejection and suffered discrimination as a consequence of his sordid past. As a bastard son of adultery, he was literally the living expression of his father’s sin and shame.

This shameful legacy was tearing him up inside as he constantly suffered the blows of rejection to his soul. Time after time Satan would goad him with the memory of this painful reality so that he couldn’t live for one moment without forgetting that he was inferior and impure; the son of a prostitute. These factors pulled him emotionally lower and lower causing him to withdraw within himself in an existential prison.

Satan’s most vicious attack is rejection. Rejection lodges itself so deeply in the mind that it produces orphanhood and sterility. Every generational and family curse is propagated primarily through rejection. A history of unresolved orphanhood produces a future of sterility or loss of children. We can easily understand how an unresolved situation can weigh against us when we choose to go to the front lines. In this breach of rejection, Satan inserted his demonic wedge and began to hammer away at Jephthah’s self-identity. Strong, calculated blows ended up estranging Jephthah from his family.

Rejected by his brothers

His brothers openly called him “son of another woman”. Because of the identity which he gained (Son of a prostitute), he immediately found himself without an inheritance. When his identity was damaged, his relationships became threatened and his future inheritance was stolen.

Gilead’s wife bore sons; and when his wife’s sons grew up, they drove Jephthah out, and said to him, “You shall have no inheritance in our father’s house, for you are the son of another woman.” (Judges 11:2)

His family disinherited him and threw him out of this house without any rights to an inheritance. He was also rejected by and thrown out of his community.

So Jephthah said to the elders of Gilead, “Did you not hate me, and expel me from my father’s house? Why have you come to me now when you are in distress?” (Judges 11:7)

This statement of rejection nurtured a huge wound in Jephthah’s life.

His father’s indifference

Gilead had apparently done nothing to deal with the situation, which he created and was, therefore, the most responsible for it. Well just suffered the consequences, Gilead remained feeling guilty, but kept quiet and did nothing about it.

When his brothers disinherited him, his father did nothing. When time after time he was mortally attacked for being the son of a prostitute, his father did nothing. When the elders of the city kicked him out of his own house, his father continued to do nothing. I assume that this only wanted to Jaffa more deeply.

Jeff does biggest problem wasn’t the open right rejection of his brothers, but the passive rejection of his father. He lived a painful life of an abandoned child who was totally unprotected by his father. It is clear that Jeff that was a child who was disregarded by his father.

His mother shame

His mother was a prostitute, a vile woman despised by society. Imagine how many times Jephthah saw his own mother with other men each time driving the embarrassing wound deeper and deeper as chronic shame progressively built up in his life.

I recall hearing a story of a dear Christian brother who came from the underworld of crime. As a little child, he lived in a small shack in one of the most drug-infested slums of Rio de Janeiro. The shack was so small that he slept underneath his older brother’s bed. Many times, from under the bed, he would witness his mother bringing in men. Those sexual relationships tormented him, but he knew it was the only source of income for his family. He has no doubt that the feeling of powerlessness and moral shame that he suffered during those tender years ended up transforming him into one of the most dangerous criminals of the “barrio”.

Such was also the shameful nightmare that Jephthah suffered, having to carry the burden of his mother’s shame on his shoulders as well as on his face. Wherever he went, this shame would torment him.

Abandoning his home

Then Jephthah fled from his brothers … (Judges 11:3)

This was the point where Jephthah responded to the rejection he had received by choosing to rebel. He could no longer take the impact of emotional pain, leaving home in retaliation and disgust. Because of these years of emotional lynching, Jephthah ran away from home. However, even though he left this terrible situation behind, the situation obviously didn’t leave him. He took the great pain and heavy burden of all the beatings he suffered with him. He carried an emotional wound that remained open to the possibility of emotional revenge as the rejection he suffered continued to perforate his soul. This became his reason for living, transforming him into an endangered and potentially dangerous man.

Outcast by society: the curse of the bastard son

… and dwelt in the land of Tob; and worthless men banded together with Jephthah and went out raiding with him. (Judges 11:3)

Feeling hurt and spiritually unprotected, Jephthah chose to become an outcast, segregating himself from society, which only further validated his feelings of rejection. He believed in rejection. “The land of Tob” is the spiritual environment of orphanhood where we disown our family and feel disowned by its members.

This is the place of many traumas and wounds. Tob is the “road” so many take by running away from their home when they perceive it as a place of feeling threatened. Unfortunately, the “road of Tob” isn’t an external geographical location but an inner emotional one.


 Broken parent/child relationships and worshipspiritual orphanhood

When the relationship between parents and their children is broken, the children’s relationship with God is directly affected and a malignant insensibility penetrates their hearts. God desires to have a relationship with us as our father. This can be a huge challenge if we have broken off our relationship with our parents. He wants to teach us to be parents. He wants to elevate us to this level of maturity. This is one of the secrets of spiritual fruitfulness.

When we have unresolved problems with our parents we tend to limit our relationship with Jesus as a mere friend and avoid God’s divine role as our spiritual father. The more we insist on a relationship with God without resolving our relational problems with our parents, the more we become like an island. Our tendency is to establish a superficial relationship with God.

The truth is that our parents and the nature of our relationship with them function like spiritual lenses through which we see the nature and character of God. They are the filter of the revelation of God in our lives. If the lens is broken or obscured, we will have a distorted view of God.

When our knowledge of God is corrupted, it is easy for us to accept the lies of Satan. Every person that is rejected by their parents ends up being adopted by some demonic entity. This is how we get cut off from our spiritual identity, and this quickly compromises our relationships and hinders us from taking possession of our inheritance.

Orphanhood produces isolation and segregation. Every depressive thought of loneliness and self-rule comes from this feeling of being an isolated island in the sea of humanity. Many who come to Christ still see God as a celestial Santa Claus; a distant father who sometimes comes around to give them a gift or two.

Christ’s ultimate objective is to bring us to the father. For many people this is more painful than we can imagine. We have to overcome traumas and learn about motives and behaviors we have never received.

The father figure is connected to true worship. If Jesus mentioned true worship, it is because there also is a false worship. The place of true worship was allegorized by the most holy place in the tabernacle. Jesus showed the route to redemption through which he wants to lead us.

“Jesus said to him, I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the father, but by me.” (John 14:6)

The main enemy of this verse is the spirit of orphanhood. Jesus completed a statement assuring us, “I will not leave you orphans” (John 14:18). It is fundamental for us to know Jesus, but it is even more important that we allow him to lead us to a revelation of God as our father.


The tabernacle contained three parts and each section had its own entrance. There was the outer court where the bronze altar was located. Everyone had access to this area. The holy place was located inside and had the candle holder, the table and the show-bread. Only the priests had access to this room. The third room was the holy of holies, “. . . Behind the second curtain stood the holy of holies, containing the golden altar of incense and the Ark of the covenant covered on all sides with gold, and containing a golden urn filled with some of the manna with which God feed his people for 40 years in the desert. It also contained Aaron’s rod that budded, and the tables of the covenant; above it were the cherubim of glory overshadowing the mercy-seat” (Hebrews 9:3-5). Only the high priests had access to this room.

The doorway that gave access to the atrium was called “the way”. The first veil; the doorway that gave access to the holy place was called “the truth”. The second veil; the doorway that gave access to the holy of holies was called “the life”. This is why Jesus prophetically said: “I am the way, and the truth and the life and no one comes to the father but by me.”

Tearing through the veil in the direction of true worship

Going to the first door, you have access to the forgiveness of sins. You are on “the way”. The bronze altar testifies that are sins have been judged in Christ. Here we become sons of God and call out to his heart, “Abba father”. We began to cry out to him and desire the fatherhood of God. This outcry continues to bring us into the heart of God.

Out of this flows a life of brokenness, a process of inner healing that begins to release us. Repentance is the first level of revelation that brings us in touch with the kingdom of God who is our father. God is not only “all-powerful”- he is our Father.

There is a distance however, between “the way” and “the truth”. It is necessary to tear through the veil of truth. It is possible for you to be on the way and still not be in the truth. There is a lot that we still do not understand or have been able to discern. You may have many corrupted ideas and philosophies, and irrational beliefs that block your relationships with people and with God. As we get to know God, he begins to reveal to us our own hearts and as a result our motives and character begin to change.

To tear the veil of truth, we have to eat the show-bread by the light of the candlesticks. A responsible life of meditating on the Word of God in light of the revelations of the Holy Spirit brings us to a greater level of revelation and transformation. We are transformed by the renewing of our mind. There is no such thing as revival, without the revelation of the Word. I am not referring to simply growing in information, but revelation from God. Most of the time, information never becomes more than mere knowledge, and can even give birth to a spirit that will further distance us from God. Revelation is always accompanied by his comforting presence. Revelation has the connotation of being personal and intimate. We need to not only have the truth taught to us, but the power of the truth revealed to us. This is the path to worship.

In the same manner, there is also a distance between “the truth” and “the life”. A person may have much revelation and still be a wounded person full of arguments. The holy of holies is a place of full surrender; a place of total death and total life! To be in “the life” means to be a person who is totally healed, whole, seeking peace with everyone and sanctification, without which no one will see the Lord. This is the place where we see God.

This access to the fatherhood of God is based on a heart that is totally reconciled to the parents. When we open our hearts to our parents our eyes open to other people and to God. We can only see the glory of God through a heart that is reconciled with its parents. From this flows worship in spirit and truth and a fruitful life of ministry. The revelation of God the Father introduces us to the level of worship!


spiritual implications of forced abortionI am aware that a number of people who read this post will end up hating and despising me for bringing up such a radically sounding thesis. I truly wish to offend no one but I feel compelled to speak what I believe with all my heart is true about what abortion represents in the spiritual realm. I believe that God condemns all abortion as murder and thus sin. The bible teaches that wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life. There is forgiveness for those who are willing to recognize and repent the evils of abortion. God really does forgive . . . and his forgiveness is complete and his grace is sufficient to not only forgive but also to restore what is spiritually lost through abortion. So in the spirit that seeks to reconcile those who have gone through or contributed to an abortion to God, I offer the following of what I believe is God’s perspective concerning abortion.

“When He avenges blood, He remembers them; He does not forget the cry of the humble.” (Psalm 9:12)

We cannot speak of orphanhood without addressing the subject of abortion. The spirit of orphanhood is homicide and its preferred crime is abortion this is how many people are still tied to the altar of Molech. Spiritually, a covenant is made and perpetuated through the shedding of blood. Just as our covenant with God is based on the blood of Jesus, Satan, the arch-imitator of God, makes his covenant with those who offer him the blood he requires of them. Satan’s authority is always based on human unrighteousness and criminality.

Abortion is the most satanic version of the sacrifice of Jesus. Those who have an abortion are not merely giving an offering, but they are offering a sacrifice; and not just any sacrifice, but a human sacrifice; and not only a human sacrifice, but a sacrifice of their own child. Some people affirm that blood is “spiritual currency”. If blood is spiritual money, then abortion is the most valuable currency available.

The main altar of Molech today is the womb of a woman who has aborted her child. This is a very strong statement, but it needs to be said. Many women are walking with a life and body that are cursed and they need to be freed.

Territorial spirits

“They served their idols, which became a snare to them. They even sacrificed their sons and their daughters to demons, and shed innocent blood, the blood of their sons and daughters, whom they sacrificed to the idols of Canaan; and the land was polluted with blood” (Psalm 106:36-38)

The Bible is very clear in explaining that when innocent blood is poured out on the earth, the land becomes contaminated. This gives spiritual rights for territorial spirits to install themselves. This is the true explanation for haunted or cursed places: any house, neighborhood, or territory that manifests strange and chaotic spiritual and physical manifestations also possesses a terrible history of bloodshed and Satanism.

Studying the books of Joshua and Revelation we can better understand the principles of redemption here that involve two basic elements of divine justice: blood and fire. In the case of the Canaanites who had bathed the territory in blood sacrifices to Molech, Baal, etc., many cities needed to be destroyed and their inhabitants killed so that the territorial curses could be broken and the evil spirits removed. God didn’t intend to put his people in a territory that was infested by demons, but rather into a land that was cleared of all contamination.

A certain pastor in Germany once related a list of curses, social problems and strange spiritual symptoms that occurred in the region where he lived. No evangelical church had ever been able to survive in that region, and his church continued to have serious difficulties after many years of persistent work. When the history of the city was examined it was soon discovered that it had been the headquarters of one of the main Nazi concentration camps in the area. The blood of tens of thousands of people had been cruelly shed there, and that is what had allowed the a demonic infestation in the region.

When Saul shed the blood of the Gibeonites with whom Joshua had made a covenant to protect their lives, it was only a matter of a few years later that famine broke out in Jerusalem during the reign of David. Even though Saul himself was dead, the whole city remained under a terrible curse. After three years of famine, David discerned the spiritual nature of the situation and appealed to God.

“Now David came to Nob, to Ahimelech the priest. And Ahimelech was afraid when he met David, and said to him, ‘Why are you alone, and no one is with you?’.” (1 Samuel 21:1)

The cause of the famine was masked by the strong terminology used by God “Saul and his bloodthirsty house. . . killed the Gibeonites”. There had been shedding of innocent blood in the breaking of a covenant. The curse was broken and the land once again became fruitful only after seven men from the household of Saul were killed. We can understand more deeply the value of the death and sacrifice of Jesus to redeem the nations when we consider the descendants of Saul who had to be killed in order to cast off the curse upon the land.

Going back to the testimony of the history of the human race, we can clearly see the same connection between shed blood and the spiritual contamination of the earth. God was explaining to Cain the consequences of this crime:

“And He said, “What have you done? The voice of your brother’s blood cries out to Me from the ground. So now you are cursed from the earth, which has opened its mouth to receive your brother’s blood from your hand. When you till the ground, it shall no longer yield its strength to you. A fugitive and a vagabond you shall be on the earth.” (Genesis 4:10-12)

This passage reveals that Cain’s crime mainly affected the earth. The same curse that came over him was connected to the earth which became less productive and the stage for his vagrancy.

When innocent blood is shed on the earth, territorial spirits begin to enjoy the spiritual compromise that we can call the territorial right to possession. They inhabit this territory which is delimited by blood and begins to afflict anyone who lives there. This curse lasts until the territory is redeemed.

The body as an altar of death – abortion

I have explained all of these things so that we can better understand the consequences of forced abortion. During abortion, blood is spilled inside the woman’s body. So it becomes contaminated soil and is infested by demonic spirits. Let’s substitute “child” for “brother” and “body” for “ground” in Genesis 4:10-12 so we can better see the implications: and the Lord said, “What have you done? The voice of your child’s blood is crying to me from your body. And now you are cursed from your body, which has opened its mouth to receive your child’s blood from your hand.”

After an abortion, many curses and infirmities settle in. Sterility, miscarriages, chronic menstrual problems, tumors, pain, and constant and abnormal infirmities in the reproductive organs are some of the physical symptoms of abortion. And the psycho-emotional symptoms of abortion are usually guilt, depression, severe emotional pain, sexual frigidity, conjugal blockages, etc…

Most people ignore the fact that abortion is actually a spiritual pact with the “god of death”. This allows a demonic infestation that not only torments a person physically, but, above all, brings on a demonic and torturous inability to forgive others and to receive God’s forgiveness. Molech becomes a parasite that feeds on this open wound in the soul.

When Molech possesses someone through an abortion, everything that one had of life, health and hope begins to die. Productivity in all areas of life is strongly hindered, and the family line is strongly punished and affected by the spirit of death, depression and failure. In a way of speaking the womb becomes a living hell.

In the next post I will attempt to expand the biblical support of the spiritual implications of forced or voluntary abortion.

Orphans on the altar of Molech

Orphans-on-the-altar-of-MolechDuring Israel’s dark days of idolatry they sacrificed their own children to the burning belly of the altar of Molech, the abdominal idol of Ammon. This child sacrifice represents the most abdominal betrayal that parents can practice against their own offspring. Spiritually this child sacrifice still happens today in various forms and is just as abdominal as it was in the days of ancient Israel.

“And they built the high places of Baal which are in the Valley of the Son of Hinnom, to cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire to Molech, which I did not command them, nor did it come into My mind that they should do this abomination, to cause Judah to sin.” (Jeremiah 32:35)

Every person that has been cut off from the relationship with his or her parents has experienced the feeling of being an orphan. Orphanhood is one of the most aggressive levels of rejection that a person can experience and constitutes one of the greatest spiritual barriers to obtaining a true and intimate relationship with God. The freedom and the right to know God as a true father are taken hostage, and many people become victims of an insincere and enslaving relationship with God that is based on guilt, self-righteousness and religiosity.

Spiritual roots of the nations

In some countries of the world, many children have never met their fathers and in thousands of cases the name of their father doesn’t even appear on their birth certificate. Many afflictions are directly related to the statistics that demonstrate one of the main aspects of the spiritual makeup of these countries. The spiritual heritage of many families in these countries has been traumatized by orphan-hood for centuries. We can verify these effects by analyzing the history of these countries with respect to any of three main branches from which their primary cultural and spiritual roots stem.

The first are the indigenous tribes who inhabited countries like Brazil and other South and Central American countries before the arrival of the white man. These tribes worshiped the dead, practiced cannibalism and many other types of immorality. The second were the Portuguese and Spanish invaders who brought with them a mixture of Islam and Christianity. They brought along the legacy of the Inquisition and the Crusades as well as the idea of an angry, punishing god that was not a father figure. The third was several types of African witchcraft which was absorbed by and mixed together with Catholicism to produce syncretism. In North America while to a large extent these three branches of influence are not much of a factor there are important spiritual roots that need to be researched to better understand the spiritual forces that affect our spiritual heritage.

Orphanhood, atheism and Satanism – the Russian model

Fatherlessness is the fruit of being disappointed by one’s own father, life’s most important authority figure. This disappointment has the power to cut off our ideas and undermine our capacity to trust others. Profound disappointment with one’s family generates existential disbelief. This can easily generate such a deep skepticism that it results in atheism. Fatherlessness produces atheism and atheism leads to Satanism. Invariably, when you ask an atheist or a Satanist how his relationship with his father is, the response immediately reveals his spiritual dilemma.

Ask yourself why it is that atheists defend their “faith” in the nonexistence of God with such passion and in some cases extreme hostility. If you ask such people how the relationship with their father is almost invariably they will respond with something like: “I hate my father! As far as I’m concerned he doesn’t even exist.” For some reason these people have blotted out the name of their own father from the roster of the world’s population. They hate their fathers and attempt to deny that they even exist. This is the reason why they do not believe in the existence of God: they lost their faith in God because they lost their faith and their father. The day that they forgive their father almost certainly will be the day that they will believe in God!

The absence and abandonment practiced by fathers produces the sensation that God doesn’t exist in the soul of their children. All moral protection is removed and the conscience becomes cauterised producing direct contact with the voice of Satan. This is how we can understand the direct connection between atheism and Satanism. We can produce a Satanist doctrine through the inversion of roles between God and the devil. In other words, God is a cruel man who takes pleasure in the frustration of humanity while the devil is the “loving father” that we never had.

In Russia, many fathers are alcoholics and society is ruled by a matriarchal family system which produces fatherless children who are victims of irresponsibility, separation of parents and abandonment. In general Russians have embrace communism as a hope for social improvement.

The promises made by communism however have never been kept, creating disillusion and strengthening the cords of unbelief. Communism has not only imposed an ideological steamroller that destroys identities and motivation, but it also has stolen the moral conscience of the population.

By supporting atheism they end up falling into Satanism. Satanism is not something new in Russia; it came after the fall of the Iron Curtain. It has for a long time been well spread out and highly organized throughout the nation. In fact, the biggest communists are not only atheist, they are Satanist. There are many indications that Karl Marx himself was deeply involved in Satanism.

In Russia it is rare to find someone who comes from a family whose parents didn’t separate. The author of these broken relationships that separated the generation of the fathers from the generation of the children is Molech. The job of Molech is to kill the children and destroy fatherhood, disseminating a penetrating feeling of fatherlessness and rejection.

In the case of Russia, which apparently became a victim of this fatherless mentality, the spirit of religion and worship of the dead is very alive. The state and the government are deified. Communism has been practiced and reverenced as a religion and the great proof of this is the mausoleum of Lenin where his corpse has been venerated since 1924, a true alternative to the “dead God” right in the Red Square.

There is a reason why Russia is the world capital for murders and abortions. The average woman has seven abortions with some having as many as 18. Abortion has been used since the era of communism as the official method of birth control.

All of this should call to our attention to what could possibly be the most serious problem in the world, where a blood covenant is perpetuated through the spirit of death: the worship on the altar of Molech.