5 Things Former Satanists Want You To Know About The Occult

In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Charles Fraune, author of the book “The Rise of the Occult”, to discuss The Occult, Satanism, Paganism, and their dangerous growth in modern society.

Episode 243:

In this episode, we will discuss:
• How Is the Occult Infiltrating Society?
• What Danger Does The Occult Pose?
• How Does The Occult Lure People In?
• What Role Do Demons Play?
• How Do People Escape The Occult?
• and much more

“The Rise of the Occult: What Exorcists and Former Occultists Want You to Know” by Charles Fraune
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2 comments on 5 Things Former Satanists Want You To Know About The Occult

  1. Sandy Dean says:

    The 1st time I’ve looked at your show. I am an old Catholic man who did not like the changes the church made. The what I thought were dumb sounding folks songs and wannabe rockers to me failed miserably. People hugging kissing shaking hands as a sign of peace, did not feel sincere to me. If anything, I expected real joyful noise you hear resonating out of black congregation churches. I was so ingrained in me my catholic school upbringing that as an adult when I was walking on Manhattan’s Upper East Side past a Jewish temple an old woman pointed her finger at me to come in. It was broad daylight and I said what could happen? Well 2 steps in and I thought God was gonna send me a lightning bolt. All she wanted me to do was turn on a freakin light switch. I felt ridiculous. But glad to get the hell out of there. Don’t get me wrong my in Queens was just like that old movie, Bells of St Mary’s. Skip to present day, still don’t like “new mass” and changes to Church rules also the double collection basket.which was one thing the church did not change. Anyway what made me stop scrolling and see you 3 guys at a table with statues candle and what looked like bobble heads. Kinda same setup as voodoo or Santeria shop. Any thoughts on that relationship to Catholicism.

  2. Joanne Strantz says:

    The occult is seeking powers outside of God and holiness.

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