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 Basty Idolatry

Aaron shaped an idol:

“And all the people brake off the golden earrings which werein their ears, and brought them into Aaron,” (Exod. 32:2).

False gods and the occult. A Basty or Basti (Azerbaijanese: Basdi) is an evil spirit or goblin in Turkic folklore which rides on people's chests while they sleep, bringing on bad dreams (or "nightmares").

Remember that the occult is the as worshiping false gods. Its victims are often females, whom it attacks during the night, controlling their dreams and creating horrible nightmares (hence the Turkic word Kara-basty ("black pressure", meaning a nightmare). A Basty attack is called Karabasan. Karabasan is when an Basty sits astride a sleeper's chest and becomes heavier until the crushing weight awakens the terrified and breathless dreamer. The victim awakes unable to move under the Bastys weight. It may also include lucid dreams. There are different types of Basty in Anatolia: Al-Basty, Kara-Basty, Kul-Basty, Sary-Basty...

Al-basty: It is a tall, white-skinned and evil, naked female creature. Kara-basty: It is a nightmare daemon. Qul-basty: It sleeps during the day in his grave and travels at night. Portrayed as a hairy and smelly. Sary-basty: It is a woman dressed in yellow. Makes epilepsy disease.Basty is best known for its shapeshifting abilities, similar to the creatures from werewolf lore. It may change into a cat, dog, snake or a fox. It has also been said that it can fly like a bird and ride a horse. Consequences of idolatry or of the occult as stated by God in (Exod. 20:3-6). "And changed the glory of the incorruptible God into an imagemade like to corruptible man, and to birds, and four footedbeasts, and creeping things," (Rom. 1:23).

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