Charisma News, collector and passer-off-as-facts of all sorts of wacky tales of Charismatic gaucherie, recently highlighted a video by Sid Roth interviewing a woman who claims that witches snatched her out of a Bethel Church service to perform ritual satanic abuse on her.
Though the interview is years old, Charisma author Jessilyn Lancaster thought to highlight it and the ministry of Sid Roth, who granted the interviewed woman an altered voice and blurred face to protect her identity, all the while Roth listens in rapt and affirming attention.
The woman describes how she was raised by generations of Satanists, and in fact, was a Southern Baptist Christian during the day and a Satanist at night who was involved with 12 different cults.
Roth asks how many Satanists there are out there and she replies:
It would probably be staggering because of the ones who have been in generation ties and for those who have been pulled into ceremonies. There are children raised to be breeders and used in different forms that are tied to it, and don’t believe there’s a way out.
This Bethel-attending woman describes how the cults programmed her with hymns, singing songs like “Come thou fount” as they ritually abused her, embedding into hymns satanic associations.
She explains to Roth that this was so that when she went to church and heard hymns she would instantly think “satanic thoughts” and have terror and fright and confusion. In fact, the song “Amazing Grace” was one of the worst ones.
But because Bethel doesn’t sing hymns, the devil wasn’t able to brainwash her and the Satanists were unable to reinforce their deviltry. She emphasizes that the Satanists hate modern Bethel music because they can’t get to them.
This whole story perfectly encapsulates Charisma, Roth, and Bethel all in one.
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