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Boy Scouts Order of the Arrow Linked to Freemasonry

J asks: “As my boys move through Boy Scouts, they have an opportunity to join something called the Order of the Arrow. One year during Scout O’Rama, there was a small ceremony for this which my husband attended and said it was very strange. It has come up again, so I started looking up information. I did find that it was started by two members of the freemasons. There is a correspondence between the rituals of the Order of the Arrow and the rituals of the freemasons. Knowing it started from the freemasons is enough for me to know that this is not a good thing. Do you have any other information about this Order of the Arrow in which the Boy Scouts of America have an opportunity to participate?”

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The Dark Side of Oxford High School Shooter Ethan Crumbley

Oxford High School (Photo courtesy of Wikicommons Images, Adrienne of Oxford, CC BY-SA 3.0 DEED)

According to testimony revealed during the trial of the mother of Oxford High School shooter Ethan Crumbley, the boy was plagued by a “dark side,” had thoughts of violence, heard voices that he couldn’t stop, and believed himself to be the devil.

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So-Called Curse of King Tut was a Colossal Myth

King Tut's sarcophagus. (Image courtesy of Wikicommons Images, D. Denisenkov, CC BY-SA 2.0 DEED)

JK asks: "After reading your blogs on curses, I began to wonder about the famous curse of King Tut and if you believe demons were behind the sudden passage of all those people who died after being involved in the opening of his tomb."

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Is Children's Levitation Game of the Occult?

SM asks: "Now that I'm beginning to learn more about the New Age and the occult, I've become concerned about a children's game we used to play at sleepovers where we used to levitate one another by using just one or two fingers on each hand. The person would lay on the floor and we'd encircle them, everyone with one or two fingers slipped under their body. We'd say some kind of chant and then, on the count of three, lift them into the air. Are you familiar with this game and were we inadvertently consorting with occult powers when performing this trick?"

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