Bill Schnoebelen: Experts View of the Occult Origins of Halloween

This is an interview of Bill Schnoebeler, expert in the occult origins of Halloween, by Dan Bidondi, Infowars.com.

The interview was conducted on October 30, the day before the holiday.  It contains descriptions of the fascinating yet evil twists and turns about the rituals of Halloween and their occult meaning.

These descriptions should kept in mind as you take your kids on the Halloween eve treck about your neighborhood this evening.  That will keep you centered on what the evening is really all about: occultism!

What you may find in this interview with Bill Schnoebeler is the real surprise that the Mormon church and Halloween are connected.  Read also about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in this context. Interesting!

Now, the original information about Bill Schnoebeler and the video interview.

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Recognized as a Biblical authority on alternative religions and the occult, previous to his salvation Bill Schnoebelen spent sixteen years as a teacher of witchcraft, spiritism and ceremonial magick.

To Yah’Shua’s glory, the Ruach has continually used Bill’s experience as a Druidic high priest, ordained spiritist minister and former satanist to teach Christians the intricacies of spiritual warfare and minister to those lost in cults.

He also spent nine years as an active member of the Freemasonic fraternity (both York and Scottish rite) and five years as a devout member of the LDS (Mormon) church, where he held numerous offices, including elders’ quorum president. Bill held temple recommends in the LDS church for four years.

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Enjoy!

 

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