Woman Publishing Book On How To Fight Satan With Words of Power Protests Magic In Literature



Recently published author, Vivian Morgan launches internet campaign against popular literature that “exposes untold numbers of innocent minds to Satanic powers.”

“I know people say that there’s no demonic activity in the books but they use the word ‘magic’ so obviously people are being deceived about the content. –Not that I’ve actually read the books to know. I mean, why would I open myself up to demonic influences when I can just read a review on it by someone else who has also not read the books?”

When asked to compare the message of magical literature with her own recently published book, “5 Secrets to Defeating Satan With Words of Power,” Vivian offered these remarks:

“Literature with magic of any kind opens people up to demonic powers they are utterly unequipped to battle against. I mean, I know that these stories have a fictional fantasy setting that has been an acceptable literary device for two millennia but what’s to say that those Latin phrases used for spells might not be demonic-code and accidentally summon Satan himself! At best, magical literature offers mere metaphors for spiritual warfare. My book actually equips ignorant and susceptible Christians to seek out and try to defeat Satan on their own–just like Jesus intended for every Christian to do when He crushed the Serpent’s head.

Instead of Latin phrases rich in metaphorical meaning, I offer creative mis-uses of Christ’s name and Scriptural promises to speak over Satan and make him flee when he sees your superior power. If you learn just the right words you can even cast out the forces of evil keeping you from success and enable you to achieve what you want in life. And instead of ridiculous voodoo amulets to ward off evil curses, I offer small crosses and other religious symbols for sale in my online store as effective repellents against Satan. Some people don’t recognize the difference between speaking Words of Power (WoMs) and muttering incantations but I NEVER use the word “magic” anywhere in my book and I misapply dozens of scripture passages in every chapter, so anybody who actually reads my book will see that what I am promoting is deeply Biblical and will in no way encourage anyone to pursue the teaching of demons.”

{ Back when one of my favorite websites, The Babylon Bee launched, I got inspired and wrote a series of satirical articles that I submitted in the hopes of getting them published on the site. This is one of them. None of them were accepted so I thought I’d share them on my own site instead. }

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2 thoughts on “Woman Publishing Book On How To Fight Satan With Words of Power Protests Magic In Literature

  1. Not that I’ve actually read the books to know. I mean why would I open myself up to demonic influences when I-can just read a review on it by someone else who had also not read the book?! 👌👌👌

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