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Servant of Corrupt gods/Dr Pat Holliday/Dr Sabrina Sessions/Marshall Perot

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Can an entire population of a nation become demonically possessed?  Maybe we should rephrase this question:  Can an entire population of unsaved people become demonically possessed?    
We shall demonstrate to you that this most frightening scenario is not only possible, but is in the process of occurring in American society today!   
The servant of corrupt gods whether material images or the idols of self, carnal imaginations, and pride of intellect, becomes debased like his idol. (Psa. 115:4-12) are almost verbally repeated in (Psa. 135:15-19).

Occultist, Ruth Montgomery coined the term “Walk Ins”. These explanations were given to her by her spiritual demonic guides [Demonic spirits]. “All believers in the New Age believe in reincarnation, defined as the belief that "we do not really die"; rather, our souls supposedly leave our dead bodies and go into a supernatural state whereby they wait for the next incarnation cycle. Some occultists believe that each soul can choose the time of their next incarnation into a human body at birth, while others believe there is a set cycle by which reincarnation occurs.”  

 ”Walk-ins are defined as "souls who have earned the right, through many lifetimes of spiritual growth, to return directly to the earth plane as adults" (Montgomery, [New Age Writer] "Herald of a New Age", page 202). 3 In other words, these souls in the reincarnation holding cycle want to return to earth in an adult body, rather than incarnating in the body of a baby. Montgomery's Guides reveal that these souls are "not yet perfected souls, but are high-minded beings intent on aiding their fellow humans, and tens of thousands of them are already here..."  

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