April 7, 2016 (ALL) — In the occult, or secret world of abortion nothing is as it appears. In a LifeSiteNews article, we read the interview of a woman whose mother worked in an abortion clinic and who has firsthand knowledge of the clinic’s inner workings. According to this insider, the clinic was “pervaded with occult imagery and practices.” The article continued by stating that “the workers considered ‘abortion to be a form of sacrifice,’ would perform the procedure as a sort of ritual, and worshipped deities embodying death.”
Furthermore, this woman, who converted to Catholicism years after her experiences, stated, “I always had a ‘feeling’ that there was something ‘wrong’ or ‘dangerous’ there—almost a feeling of a presence, which I now recognize as being the exact opposite of the Presence that I feel in a church. . . . The workers worshipped a Goddess whose ‘truest form’ was recognized as ‘the Great Dragon.’” Frightening words, indeed, and further proof that what goes on behind the doors of abortion clinics is both disturbing and sinister—and involve activities its workers do not want us to know about.
Perhaps this is why the propaganda surrounding the act of abortion remains such a powerful tool in the hands of those who persuade the ill-informed into accepting as fact that nothing is wrong with abortion but everything is wrong with those who oppose it. Take, for example, the case of David Daleiden, the founder of Center for Medical Practice and chief investigator into the macabre world of Planned Parenthood’s sale of aborted baby body parts. Commentator Tamara Tabo, who claims that she is strongly opposed to abortion and critical of Planned Parenthood, assails Daleiden’s character and his work, saying, “David Daleiden may be an investigator, but he’s probably no journalist. Let’s not pretend that he routinely follows journalistic standards of ethics or professional conduct. He is an activist who likes to catch his opponents on video and expose them to public scrutiny.” Further, shewrites, Daleiden “intentionally deceived” the folks at Planned Parenthood and was “flagrantly breaking the law.”
Mind you, Daleiden’s tactics are no different than those employed by investigative reporters working for the major news networks. The only real difference here is that ABC, CBS, and others investigate under the guise of being objective, while Daleiden investigated for the purpose of exposing something the mainstream media had purposefully overlooked!
So who is actually the more objective and honest in his journalistic reporting? The answer is clear. But not if your agenda emanates from the occult world of abortion.
Consider this example as well. Inside the walls of the Summit Women’s Center, an abortion clinic in Connecticut, a sign on the waiting room wall reads: “The staff in this office does sacred work and though you may hope to never come back, we return each day to hear your stories, hold your hands, and ease your fears. Our lives are consumed with caring for yours. In these walls and in our hearts you are forever valued, treasured, respected and safe.” Of course this sign is addressed to those human beings whose lives may survive the surgical abortion to become the mothers of dead children, not to the babies killed by abortionists and their helpers. If the employees mentioned in the sign truly valued, treasured, respected, and kept safe every human being who entered there, they would not be tearing apart preborn babies.
But again, their agenda emanates from the occult world of abortion.
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Finally, we take note today of Right Wing Watch, a website created by the anti-life group People for the American Way! The site keeps tabs on anything that smells of morality and truth. These folks recently published an article reporting on the efforts of Oklahoma state senator Joseph Silk to pass legislation that would classify abortion as first degree murder. Silk said, “We need to call it what it is, which is murder—the premeditated, intentional killing of a human being—and then treat it as such. . . . We’re trying to change the conversation from the typical pro-life rhetoric to actually being pro-life and getting justice for all these murdered children.”
One would surmise that Right Wing Watch is none too happy with the senator, for he, like David Daleiden, is not afraid to tell the truth—and that goes against the grain of the purveyors of the belief system that emanates from the occult world of abortion.
These heroes—Silk, Daleiden, and others—need our prayers and thanks today more than ever. They stand in the gap, taking the arrows, and never back off defending what is right and just, unlike those committed to the occult world of abortion and its deadly agenda.
Reprinted with permission from American Life League.