Occultism in American churches on the rise. A dangerous occult spirit has entered the Christian Church in North America offering supernatural experiences, feelings of ecstasy, prophecy, dreams, even visions. Its name is Kundalini. It may have visited your church too.
The Kundalini spirit is America's counterfeit Holy Spirit that gained access to the Western world from India through New Age music and teaching. It is popularly known as Yoga. Yoga is an inherent part of Hindu philosophy which teaches man and nature are one with divinity. Yoga means union, or to be one with the universal self. It is a god consciousness. As Christians, our union is not with the divine self, nature, or the universe but with Christ Jesus himself through repentance of sin and the atoning blood of Jesus.
Scripture speaks of a great falling away, apostasy, from the faith that was once for all delivered unto the saints. The apostate church can cannot. It Astro with reprobates that pick and choose Scripture to "tickle" their ears and promote their own agendas. Within this church, you will find the gay-affirming, the emergent church, many false prophets, strange fire, Jezebel spirits (eunuchs, messengers, and guards), gospel merchandisers, and New Age spiritualists.
One of the identifying marks of the apostate church is their praise and worship services that never praise or worship Christ. The atmosphere does not draw the Holy Spirit but is more like a nightclub. That's what makes it so dangerous. The Kundalini spirit leads people away from the Lamb of God and exalts self. It even has its own music with roots in the occult.
Most schools of Yoga teach a joining with the "supreme self" and entering an esoteric condition through self-transcendence. In other words, you are god and only need to discover it through various methods from using energy from crystals, meditation, breathing exercises, chanting, or even certain dance movements. One can also transcend into this state of oneness through music.
The king of all Yoga schools is Kundalini Yoga. In Kundalini Yoga, the Kundalini must be awakened. In Hinduism, the Kundalini is a serpent spirit coiled around the base of the spine. Along the spine are seven chakras. Chakras are spiritual centers of power. They are also spiritual gateways to the supernatural and occult powers. Chakra means to turn, rotate, spin, or vibrate. Music can be used to awaken the Kundalini and open the chakra spiritual energy gateways. As the music plays the Kundalini spirit rises moving from chakra to chakra until the practitioner enters an orphic state of ecstasy and oneness with the universe. Kundalini music is also known as trance music. Trance music is electronic dance music used to empty the mind and enter the realm of the spirit. The first time I heard this music was in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, back in the 1990s. Trance music has 110 to 145 drum beats per minute. The number of beats is important to open the spiritual chakra gateways.
Trance music, with its rapid beats per minute, are used to help awaken the Kundalini through sound vibrations. Spiritualist teach that all physical matter is the result of particles vibrating at a particular frequency. A frequency that if you alter, change or amplify in any way, you change your physical and current reality. Again, charka means to spin, turn, vibrate. Getting the charkas to vibrate allows the Yoga participate to have spiritual even supernatural out of body experiences. Those experiences can be very supernatural and real. Some have visions, shake violently, others prophesy, and still others Astro project. Trance music is also known as "Goa Trance," Psychedelic Trance, or "Psytrance, a form of electronic music characterized by hypnotic arrangements of synthetic rhythms and complex, layered melodies created by high tempo riffs. The original goal of the music was to assist the dancers in experiencing a collective state of bodily transcendence, similar to that of ancient shamanic dancing rituals, through hypnotic, pulsing melodies and rhythms."
GOA TRANCE IN EUROPE AND AMERICA
Without a doubt, the origin of trance music is Goa, India. Goa became popular to hippies that arrived in India in the mid-1960s drawn to the beautiful beaches, low cost of living, friendly locals, and Hindu religious and spiritual practices, and, of course, the drugs. Although the drum is common among Yoga practitioners, the use of trance music is taking its place and is viewed by some to be more effective than drum circles. From nightclubs, concerts, festivals, and even Christian churches Kundalini trance music can be heard. As the name implies, trance music is used to induce an altered state of consciousness.
No one knows for sure who introduced trance music to the Western world, but we certainly find its roots in Goa, India. I suspect Paul Oakenfold could be one of the original pioneers. Oakenfold is a British DJ and producer. He says he discovered "Goa music" after traveling to Goa, India in 1994. Goa hosts the annual "Sunburn Music Festival" held at Candolim Beach each year and draws around 5,000 people to promote New Age and Yoga activities. Their concerts feature the use of tribal drums and "trans sound" to awaken the Kundalini. Again, Yoga teaches the use of seven charkas, spiritual energy receptors and transmitters used to awaken the Kundalini serpent at the base of the spine as it travels upward until the practitioner reaches a state of ecstasy and connection with the god self and oneness with the universe. Releasing the Kundalini through trance music and the Kundalini dance can lead to demon possession.
In 1995, Oakenfold introduced his "Goa Mix" trans music to over 90,000 people attending the Glastonbury Festival in England. Again, we need to stress where Oakenfold got the sound, Goa, India at a New Age Yoga music festival. Oakenfold does several genders of music including Balearic Beat, Progressive Trance, Goa Trance, and House. He also introduced his trance music to Fresno, California in 2000 at the "California's Cyberfest," also known as the "Festival of the Future." There were an "estimated 80,000 dancers and music lovers from Seattle, Reno, Phoenix, LA, San Diego, and virtually every other city anywhere near Fresno." You may have heard his trance music in the popular movies "The Matrix Reloaded" and "Swordfish."
Here is a sample from his album "Goa Mix." The first verse says, "Gravitation from this world into the world of the spirit." There is nothing Christian about this music nor does Oakenfold make it out to be.
Here is another example of his trance music. The title track is "Save the Last Trance for Me."
From Israel, trance music artists Lior Perlmuter, Avi Nissim and Guy Sebbag formed "Trust in Trance" teaming up doing gigs in all underground clubs. This is one of their CDs, "Astral Projection." Notice all the occult imagery on the cover including the serpent. This track is titled "Madhadeva." Mahadeva is the Hindu deity, Shiva. Shiva is known as the Supreme God, Destroyer, Transformer, and Lord of the Dance. In the song, the DJ is calling out to Shiva.
Astral projection or astral travel is an interpretation of one form of out-of-body experience that assumes the existence of an "astral body" separate from the physical body and capable of traveling outside it. The soul leaves the body and seeks wisdom on a spiritual plane. These astral spheres are held to be populated by angels, demons, and spirits.Author Mark H Pritchard, pen name "Belzebuub," wrote "A Course in Astral Travel and Dreams," a course in astral projection claiming over 90,000 students. Amazon says it's "A nine-week program learning simple and effective techniques to have out-of-body experiences, explore the Astral plane and the world of dreams."
- Understand your dreams and why you have them
- Find out what the Astral plane is
- Learn how to Astral project and have out-of-body experiences
- Experience lucid dreaming
- Navigate your way around the Astral plane once you get there
- Discover the workings of the subconscious mind
- Explore a whole new avenue of life
- Includes a reference dream guide to interpret the meaning of dreams
"Belzebuub" has appeared on major radio stations and television internationally speaking on astral projection.
GOA TRANCE MUSIC IN CHRISTIAN CHURCHES
Trance music is entering Christian churches faster than I can type. You have heard the sound of Kundalini trance music, know the rapid drum beats are designed to open occult spiritual gateways, and the origin of the music from Goa, India has its roots in Hindu occult spiritism.
Here is an audio of a Christian praise service. This meeting is billed as a Christian service. There is a platform, singers, dancers, and praise leader. The sanctuary looks like a nightclub with various color lights spinning around the dimly lite room. The music is loud, and the beat is driving. Young people are jumping, dancing, waving flags and being exhorted by the "worship leader." The pastor is off to the side smiling and clapping. In the audio, this is what the praise leader is saying.
"This generation is hungry, hungry for the mysteries of God. (Not hungry for Jesus but mysteries.) This generation longs to experience God in a way, in an abandoned way, like never before. They long to release their passion for God. When we are making decrees and praising God the music and you're jumping and your dancing (opening those occult charka gateways) and your moving around while the words that we are speaking becomes one (Yoga means union with the universe) at a cellular level in your body, and it's not like your learning it, it's part of who you are. It's no longer that you have to study the Word (that's not what the Bible says in 2 Timothy 2:15) but when you are inside an infused (repetitions) atmosphere with dancing and your body is moving and the music it becomes part of you. (All about self and oneness, not worship to Christ.) And it's just like oh man, the rhythm and the sound and the repetitiveness (chanting) of the music, the Word is driven into your body not just your mind, not just your soul, but the whole mind, body, and soul (He didn't mention the spirit man). Ekstasis (Greek for trance) worship is worship that you go outside of your mind (Astro projecting and transcending) and release yourself into abandoned worship. Go into the ecstasy of God." –end.
It should be obvious this is Kundalini Yoga dance and trance music masked as Christian praise. The fact is one can dress the service with Christian words, hold services inside buildings with stain glass windows and steeples, but it's still New Age Hindu spiritualism. The danger for those involved is this music opens up people to occult powers and demon possession. I believe that spiritual hunger is good but the hungry need to understand there is a demonic enemy called Satan. He is the prince of the power of the air working in the children of disobedience (Ephesians 2:2). He was once heavens worship leader until he rebelled against God and was cast out (Revelation 12:9). He knows music and how to use it as a tool of deception and destruction.
It should be noted that the mysteries of God are only found in the written Word of God, the Christian Bible. "For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart" (Hebrews 4:12). Jesus said, "The words that I speak they are spirit and they are life." The Word can also become rhema, life-giving revelation, but only by the ministry of the Holy Spirit. Crystals can not receive secret wisdom, labyrinth prayer walks, chakras, astro projecting, Yoga, Kundalini dance, or through emptying the mind with trance music. "Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment" (Matthew 22:37-38).
To seek divine wisdom outside the Word of God through the practice of New Age trans music is demonic. All supernatural experiences must be judged. It's possible to have spiritual experiences, even vivid supernatural ones that come from the occult. This is why every Christian must "try the spirits." "Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world" (1 John 4:1). Try means to put on trial or put to the test. To hunger for spiritual experiences is an occult seduction. Christians don't follow after signs and wonders, they follow after Christ.
Unlike other music, transmusic has its roots in the occult and is used to empty the mind and ready it for demonic spiritual experiences. As people dance and jump to the rapid beats of trans music, just as Yoga teaches, it vibrates the chakras, occult energy receptors, and awakens the Kundalini serpent. Again, this is a fast road to demon possession. Yoga uses chants, repetitions, teaching oneness with nature, oneness with the universe, and oneness with the god self. You can put all the Christian words you can find on this, but this is nothing but New Age infiltration into the Christian church. Intercessors, watchmen, apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, teachers and parents, please stand with me in prayer against this spiritual assault on the Church of Christ and the next generation.
(c) Apostle Jonas Clark STAY INFORMED
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