Thursday, May 22, 2014

River Monsters and Darkness

By Reverend Mark Hunnemann

Dr. Jeremy Wade is a biologist and extreme fisherman. For thirty years he has searched for fresh water monsters--often trying to unravel deaths associated with some mysterious aquatic entity. It is one of my favorite TV shows!! This man  certainly knows how to fish, and I am sure some of you are avid fisherman, as I am fascinated with peculiar aquatic life.

But the reason I mention this show is because it inadvertently gives fairly regular pictures into indigenous religions.What some would call "traditional religions".There are two simple facts I wish to accent.

First, like many other TV shows, River Monsters [on Animal Planet] gives eloquent testimony to how widespread traditional religions are.Jeremy Wade takes his viewers on a weekly trip across the globe, to some of the most inhospitable places on the planet.The craziest has got to be the Congo River!!

Among other beliefs, Traditional religions are teeming with spirits--non-human jungle spirits, as well as human spirits....a dark and frightening world of spirits that need to be appeased in order to stay alive. The rivers are often feared instead of enjoyed. Here is my main point--there are BILLIONS of humans now alive who embrace some form of traditional religion which is rife with spirits. Did you catch that quantity? There is no way to gauge how many, but spirit/ancestor worship is in virtually every culture/continent in some form or fashion.

Numerous River Monsters episodes give insight into how ubiquitous this belief is.

What our culture is experiencing is simply the default belief system when the biblical God is rejected. Hence, fascination with the paranormal is exploding.

Second, this TV show is also revealing the demonic nature of traditional religions. Next time I hope to elaborate on the specifics of traditional religions, but for now, even a fishing show (albeit extreme) reveals the working of the demonic.

I could cite several examples but let me mention just one. Electric eels are extremely dangerous.....500+ volts. They can kill horses in the river. However, Jeremy Wade heard of a tribe which caught them by hand! Naturally, he was incredulous....until he was introduced to the shaman who said he had the power to protect those in his tribe. Sure enough, one young guy fetched a large electric eel from the river and was holding it in his hands, while the eel was vibrating in an attempt to kill him. He just smiled while it trembled. I know demonic power when I see it, and that was demonic power...being glorified on prime time TV.

Wherever you look, signs and wonders of the worst kind are being manifested. God help us to be discerning even while enjoying His lovely and often wild nature.

God is the Creator of heaven and earth, and all it contains.

"Seeing Ghosts through God's Eyes" (also in a Kindle edition)...please consider purchasing my book which uses science, logic, and the bible to analyze the true source of power behind paranormal activity.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dr Kirby the other day I asked you about Evan Jensen and who he was today I find this are you aware that he too is a fraud? check this out and see, but I am sure you probably will delete it as you did about letting people with criminal records out of haunted houses, why did you delete that? did it have something to do with this info on Jensen? or Dr Kirby are you hiding something else. ?


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Well! Judi Giramonti has found a prized treasure in deed! It seems that the para community has been duped by the biggest fraud, and yet! Continues too scream about others being frauds. Our true para bully Mr. Evan Jensen of 'beyond the edge of reality' radioblog is not who he claims to be. Here is the real Even Jenson, and not only did our 'para bully' steal the mans identity, but his radio title too :() Maybe we should track down the real Even Jenson and ask him a few questions. I'm sure he'd be thrilled to know that someone has stole his identity, and we'll flash the pic of the imposter. 'Oh the dirty' (lol)


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eyeontheparanormal said...

can you wake me when you say something that matters


What Even has or has not done does not matter to me

Anonymous said...

Something to hide you should you are him

eyeontheparanormal said...

I am Even so funny

eyeontheparanormal said...

so when I was on his show and being on his show May 21 I will be talking to myself

Darlene Watts said...

First off Rosalind, you are commenting on completely unrelated article that disrespects the author and any person that treads this article. Since it's of a spiritual context, it is particularly unprofessional and insensitive. Second, we can put out Judi's criminal record, which is far worse and has no explanations if she would like to press that idea. Just because you find a famous person with the same name doesn't mean there isn't a person with the same name. Your conclusions are delusional. You obviously lack the ability to do proper research online. Evan has been in the field for years. He's also had that make for his radio show for years. Both Kirby and Evan use their real names. They don't use aliases. Nice try though. Your effort is laughable. Believe me dear... People here can smell a liar a mile away after doing it so many years. You are not making us look bad on this arena.

eyeontheparanormal said...

any more comments not related to this blog will be removed it is a very good blog and Mark put time into it so move on with this silly business

Anonymous said...

I saw that particular episode! I normally do not watch that show. I was wondering how the darn that guy could hold a giant eel. I thought it was trickery or fake. Just about all reality shows have varying degrees of fakeness.
This site really puts out some stuff to think about.
Thanks!
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