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Witches Fall From The Sky Not Because of Prayers But This Reason


We have heard a lot about witches and wizards falling from the sky like asteroids. The media has covered many such incidents.

It happens in real life. But there are few secrets we don't know about yet. This world is full of mysteries. There are a lot of forces moving around us, but we can't see them.

In this post, I want to make it known to you why witches fall from the sky without crediting it to your prayers. Oh no, it is not because of your prayers.

I know this will not augur well for the prayer warriors. Your prayers at the midnight have a different dimension, but not to bring down a flying witch or wizard. I don't dispute the fact that prayers can bring down the stronghold of the Devil.

Open your eyes well; witches could be found in churches praying, reading Bible, and praising God. How do they make it possible?... Don't be afraid for the Bible says no weapon forged against you will prosper in Isaiah 54:17.

Understanding The Nature Of Witches

In the spiritual realm of authority, witches are the less powerful creatures. They also happen to be the most notorious and troublesome people. A witch goes to her camp using her animality but not her true human nature.

Possessing a 'witch spirit' is a willful choice. They love it because they can fly, kill, perform dirty wonders, etc. They keep their movement secret(They are in a real secret society) from us by pretending they love us. Hmmm...

Why Witches Fall From The Sky

Traffic In The Sky

Now let me tell you about the two major reasons why witches sometimes fall from the sky. You will agree with me that; events like this rarely happen, But prayer warriors and other Christians pray every day and night. However, a prayer contains the power of God and that can strike down any evil spirit.

That prayer doesn't bring down a witch who is enjoying her flight to her camp or a flight back home.

This is about spiritual enlightenment. During the night; evil forces rise to operate in many different ways.

There is a hierarchy in the spiritual realm and most of them become active during the night. Oh yes, I am talking about the rulers of darkness as the Bible said in Ephesians 6:12.

There are particular hours witches and other spirits operate. That is from 12:30 am/1:30 am. I tell you the truth; they are time conscious. They never want to be late when going or coming. But sometimes the most unfortunate happens.

Imagine this: A witch flew from her house to her witch camp. On her way, she meets a mermaid(Mami Wata)...

Oh oh, that wouldn't be a pleasant moment for the witch for intercepting her master. The mermaid may choose to derail the witch or overlook at her interruption(offense).

Now, the most relevant question is why "Mami Wata" at that hour?.

Within those hours, occult pastors and other cultists who deal directly with powers in the Marine Kingdom are also busy chanting.

They chant to communicate with those Marine spirits. The spirit may appear in the cultist's room. She will use the same path that witches and wizards use... Traffic, traffic.

The wrong time on the side of the witch might be a disaster. The Mami Wata can decide to wallop the witch for intercepting her on the way.

When this happens, she would be found on the ground during daybreak.

Anger From The gods

Witches and wizards could contracts lesser gods in our various communities to cause harm to their target.

However, when a god becomes annoyed by the evil deeds of a witch; what do you think will happen?.

Oh uh, the witch passed by to kill innocent souls. On her way back; the god can wallop her. This will make the witch drop to the ground like plugged coconut.

Some of these gods hate seeing witches and wizards cause great harm in their communities. They probably receive libation, eats "3to" and eggs, feed on the blood of sacrificed goats, fowls, sheep, etc.

And upon all these services and it keeps quiet; the inhabitants will blame and discredit its importance in the society.

Some of these gods hate false accusations so they have to do justice to themselves. The next morning Mr. Wizard or Mrs. witch would be found on the ground.

Be ready to read more inspirational messages and Bible verses to increase your faith and bring you genuine happiness, protection and peace of mind.

Thank you for reading. If you are a Christian believer, you don't have to be afraid of these little rascals. God is bigger and all-powerful. But your prayer isn't to bring them down like this.
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