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Odors of Sanctity, Visions and Healings by ‘Mary’ and Bleeding Saints

Last night and into the early morning George Noory, the main host of the Coast to Coast AM radio show, interviewed Kevin Cook author of Marian Apparitions, talking about visions of Mary and other various miracles that his guest no doubt wanted to use as evidence that the Catholic Church was a legitimate religion. George did a good job interviewing this time, and so made the show interesting.

Kevin claimed that he had had an inner calling in him while he was a Methodist pastor to become a Catholic (not that the Bible taught that Catholicism was the true religion) and so he became one because of that he implied. He said that he knew George Noory was a Catholic, and George immediately acknoweledged that he was right, in some way that I forget. Ironically George showed his anger at one caller who tried to raise fervor for the Catholic Church, telling him the show was about visions of Mary, not the Catholic Church.

Kevin brought up various miracles and Catholic prophets, and I knew that the usual would happen, which is that people would here this who were not saved and think that these were signs that the Catholic Church is or might the “true religion”. The problem with these miracles Kevin brought up, is that he himself acknoweldged that these Mary ghosts showed no concern for a true religion, but that she accepted anyone (which refutes Catholicism as being the true religion and shows the demonic nature of these Mary ghosts) and that the “miracle” of the smell of roses from no known source does’t just happen at Catholic churches or when Catholics are around, which eliminates the notion that it’s a Catholic only miracle. As for those who wonder if demons can heal, like I have for many years, they clearly can from what Revelation says, which is that the anti-Christ will receive a deadly head wound, but that it would be healed. So any healings that Catholics are able to perform or that seem to come from objects or places used in the Catholic religion should not cause anyone to wonder if Catholicism is the true religion. On top of that, the Bible said that the coming of the anti-Christ would come with demonic deceptions:

The coming of the lawless one will be in accordance with the work of Satan displayed in all kinds miracles, signs and lying wonders, and in every sort of evil that deceives those who are perishing. They perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved. – 2 Thessalonians 2:9-10

Notice the Bible there doesn’t say, “fake miracles, signs and wonders” meaning “man-made miracles or mistaken for miracles or demon-made but having no effect,” but instead says that they are “lying” as in they give people false information, for example the false implication that any religion except ones which are good in God’s eyes or that those who do as they please won’t be punished, except of course those who go against such a message (which would be the people of the true religion, the loved children of God).

The Bible also teaches in the Old Testament that God allows for the possiblity of prophecies that come true but which were falsely claimed to have come from Him or from a false god, and that he does this to test people (to condemn or justify them in other words), to reveal if they are faithful to him or merely following their own heart ultimately. So, no one should be afraid when a Catholic makes a successful prophecy, especially not a vague one.

Another warning sign that these miracles are of Satan, is that the Catholic Church won’t reveal what this so called final (third) secret of Fatima is, which apparently is that it will be a perpetrator of child abuse: http://catholicism.about.com/b/2010/05/14/the-third-secret-of-fatima-and-clerical-sexual-abuse.htm. Ironically that page, which is propaganda, which attempts to legitamize the Catholic Church though showing that the Pope danced around the issue of the third “secret” deceptively, refutes Catholicism by implying that the forgiveness of priests does not atone for anyone’s sins, that justice has not been satisfied.

Before that show, Art Bell did a show, and said, “It’s okay to attack someone’s beliefs… to attack their data… but when you attack their character, that’s another story.” That is a deceptive and immoral statement because it is obvious that attacking a belief or data (as if it were a lie and not good) without evidence, is considered to be a crime of harassment, and in a way it is an attack against the character of the one who has the beliefs being attacked, and, Art’s statement implies that you may not rebuke a person for being thief, liar, adulterer, fornicator, idolator, rebel or murderer, which would mean we should all allow people commit repeat crimes to get away with their crimes without justice.

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