Thursday, June 18, 2015

The Mountain of the Dead and Other Musings from Deuteronomy

By Reverend Mark Hunnemann


My guess is that a good percentage of you have seen the recent documentary which explores the terrible deaths of a dozen Russian young people in 1959. An American explorer and a Russian interpreter--Mike and Maria--spent time investigating the alleged Yeti deaths of these young people (25 years old and younger). "Yeti" is the generic term for the dozens of names for "Bigfoot". In this documentary was real footage of the doomed outing in the Ural Mountains. I must confess it was some of the most disturbing film/audio I have ever seen or heard. These dozen young adults fled their tent mostly in their underwear, despite the sub-zero weather conditions. The sound of the attacker raised the hair on the back of my neck....it was a horrific howl. Watching the blurry, eye-witness video of them screaming and running away was heart rending. All of them were torn apart by a force much greater then anything we know of in the natural realm.The last pictures they snapped were of an odd light in the sky....and then then blood curdling screams of men and women fleeing in utter terror....with this unnatural scream/howl in close proximity.

Mike and Maria discovered that all of this occurred at he base of the "Mountain of the Dead".

Even though there are many undiscovered species, I am convinced that Yeti/Bigfoot is demonic.I have seen almost every episode of search for Bigfoot (Bobo, Cliff, etc.), and there are two things which seem certain--Something is really there (so many sightings), and this Something cannot be captured...Despite thousands of searchers it remains elusive. That is problematic.

While reading Deuteronomy recently, I was struck by how spiritually polluting human death was/is....Death did not just render one unclean, but death (especially murder) polluted the land. Despite all the differences in the paranormal community, one constant is that human death opens a door...it spiritually pollutes the area. The difference lies in...WHY? HOW?. The Mountain of the Dead or any area where human death has occurred or corpses are laid to rest will act as a magnet to the demonic. They are spiritual vultures and are drawn to the human remains of their "prey".That is why it is suicidal to investigate a cemetery.

Let me shift gears to Deuteronomy 18, where the Holy Spirit juxtaposes the occultic sins of of trying to "pass through the veil" on our own, and the means God has sovereignly ordained for knowing God's will (passing through the veil)--via the prophets....TRUE PROPHETS.  This chapter is exceedingly important in the whole paranormal/ghost debate. One argument goes like this--"God would not have forbidden attempts to speak to the dead, unless it were possible." On the surface, it seems plausible, but it commits numerous fallacies. The Argument from Silence...the text does not affirm the existence of trapped human spirits--one has to construct it from silence, which is fallacious. In addition,  the teaching of ALL SOULS APPEARING IMMEDIATELY BEFORE THEIR JUDGE THE SECOND THEY DIE would be contradicted....Further, to push this logic consistently would lead to all kinds of heresy and weirdness. For example, to be consistent, we would have to admit the existence of false gods (other gods) since we are told not to worship the "gods of the pagans". Why tell us to not worship other gods unless they exist? Why disallow speaking to psychics unless they have the ability to speak to the dead? There are dozens of horrible inferences that could be made if we followed this line of logic. The problem is that even theologians are not trained in critical thinking.Many people have fallen prey to the fallacious reasoning--God would not have forbidden attempting to speak to the dead unless it were possible to communicate with the dead. Following the rules of basic interpretation, we know that alleged other gods and alleged trapped spirits are both demonic.

"They sacrificed to demons that were no gods; with abominations they provoked Him to anger." (Deuteronomy 32:17)

The notion of Yeti and (more certainly) the notion of trapped spirits are demonic. Sightings of both are escalating quickly....you will NOT capture a Yeti and and you will NOT capture a ghost---demons don't dig being captured.

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