Occult Check List

This checklist will help you identify possible Demonic entry points.  If you or someone you know or suspect of being involved on occult practices the use this list to identify.

[ ] Abstract art (under hallucinogenic stimulus)

[ ] Acupuncture

[ ] Amulets (tigers claw, sharks tooth, horseshoe over door, mascots, talisman (magic picture)

[ ] Ankh (a cross with a ring top used in satanic rites)

[ ] Apparitions – occultic

[ ] Astral travel

[ ] Astrology

[ ] Augury (interpreting omens)

[ ] Automatic writing

[ ] Birth signs

[ ] Black arts

[ ] Black magic (involving hidden powers for bad ends)

[ ] Black mass

[ ] Blood subscriptions (pacts)

[ ] Cartomancy (using playing cards)

[ ] Chain letters

[ ] Charming or enchanting (attempts to use spirit power)

[ ] Charms and charming for wart removal

[ ] Chinese astrology

[ ] Clairaudience (ability to hear voices and sounds super-normally – spirited voices alleging to be those of dead people giving advice or warnings)

[ ] Clairsentience (supernormal sense perception)

[ ] Clairvoyance (ability to see objects or events spontaneously or supernormally above their normal range of vision – second sight)

[ ] Colour therapy

[ ] Concept therapy

[ ] Conjuration (summoning up a spirit by incantation)

[ ] Coven (a community of witches)

[ ] Crystal ball gazing

[ ] Crystals

[ ] Death magic (where the name of the sickness plus a written spell is cast into coffin or grave)

[ ] Demon worship

[ ] Disembodied spirits

[ ] Divining rod or twig or pendulum (Hosea 4:12)

[ ] Dowsing or witching for water, minerals, under-ground cables, finding out the sex of unborn child using divining rod, pendulum, twig or planchette

[ ] Dream interpretation (as with Edgar Cayce books)

[ ] Dungeons and dragons

[ ] Eastern meditation/religious – Gurus, Mantras, Yoga, Temples etc

[ ] Ectoplasm (unknown substance from body of a medium)

[ ] Enchanting

[ ] E.S.P. (extra sensory perception)

[ ] Findhorn Community

[ ] Floating trumpets

[ ] Fortune telling

[ ] Gothic rock music

[ ] Gurus

[ ] Gypsy curses

[ ] Hallucinogenic drugs (cocaine, heroin, marijuana, sniffing glue etc)

[ ] Handwriting analysis (for fortune telling)

[ ] Hard rock music – Kiss, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones

[ ] Most non-Christian Heavy metal and hard rock music – Slayer, Behemoth, AC/DC, Guns and Roses

[ ] Hepatoscopy (examination of liver for interpretation)

[ ] Hex signs (hexagrams)

[ ] Horoscopes

[ ] Hydromancy (divination by viewing images in water)

[ ] Hypnosis

[ ] Idols

[ ] Incantations

[ ] Iridology (eye diagnosis)

[ ] Japanese flower arranging (sun worship)

[ ] Jonathan Livingstone Seagull (Reincarnation, Hinduism)

[ ] Kabbala (Occult Lore)

[ ] Karma

[ ] Levitation

[ ] Lucky charms or signs of the Zodiac or birthstones

[ ] Magic (not sleight of hand but use of supernatural power)

[ ] Mantras

[ ] Martial arts (Aikido, Judo, Karate, Kung fu, Tae Kwan Do etc)

[ ] Matthew Manning

[ ] Mediums

[ ] Mental suggestion

[ ] Mental telepathy

[ ] Mental therapy

[ ] Mesmerism

[ ] Metaphysics (study of spirit world)

[ ] Mind control

[ ] Mind Dynamics

[ ] Mind mediumship

[ ] Mind reading

[ ] Moon-mancy

[ ] Motorskopua (mechanical pendulum for diagnosing illness)

[ ] Mysticism

[ ] Necromancy (conjuring up spirits of the dead)

[ ] Numerical symbolism

[ ] Numerology

[ ] Occultic games

[ ] Occult letters of protection

[ ] Occult literature, eg The Greater World, The 6th & 7th Book of Moses, The Other side, The book of Venus, Pseudo-Christian works of Jacob Lorber, works by Edgar Cayce, Aleister Crowley, Jean Dixon, Levi Dowling, Arthur Ford (The Overt Worship of Spirit Beings), Johann Greber, Andrew Jackson Davis, Anton Le Vay, Ruth Montgomery, John Newborough, Eric Von Daniken, Dennis Wheatley.

* Such books should be burned, regardless of cost.

[ ] Omens

[ ] Ouija boards

[ ] Pagan fetishes

[ ] Pagan religious objects, artifacts and relics

[ ] Pagan rites (Voodo, Sing sings, Corroborees, Fire walking, Umbahda, Macumba)

[ ] Palmistry

[ ] Pk (parakineses – control of objects by the power of the mind and will)

[ ] Parapsychology (PS) – especially study of demonic activity

[ ] Pendulum diagnosis

[ ] Phrenology (divining/analysis from the skull)

[ ] Planchette (divining)

[ ] Precognition (foreknowledge of the occurrence of events)

[ ] Psychic healing

[ ] Psychic sight

[ ] Psychography (use of heart shaped board)

[ ] Psychometry (telling fortunes by lifting or holding object belonging to the enquirer)

[ ] Punk rock music

[ ] Pyramidology (mystic powers associated with models of pyramids)

[ ] Rebirthing

[ ] Reincarnation

[ ] Rhabdomancy (casting sticks into the air for interpreting omens)

[ ] Satanism

[ ] Seances

[ ] Self hypnosis

[ ] Significant pagan days

[ ] Silva Mind Control (SMC – Psychorientology)

[ ] Sorcery

[ ] Spells

[ ] Spirit knockings or rappings

[ ] Star signs

[ ] Stichomancy (fortune telling from random reference to books)

[ ] Stigmata – ie occultic types.

[ ] Superstitions (self or parents or grandparents)

[ ] Table tipping

[ ] Tarot cards (22 picture cards for fortune telling)

[ ] Tea-leaf reading

[ ] Thought transference

[ ] Tk (telekineses – objects move around room, instruments play, engines start…)

[ ] TM (Transcendental Meditation

[ ] Trances

[ ] Transmigration

[ ] Travel of the soul

[ ] UFO fixation

[ ] Uri Geller

[ ] White magic (invoking hid-den powers for `good ends’)

[ ] Witchcraft

[ ] Yoga (involves Eastern demon worship

[ ] Zodiac charms, birthdates

[ ] Zodiac signs

* Acts 19:19: “Also, many of those who had practiced magic brought their books together and burned them in the sight of all. And they counted up the value of them, and it totaled fifty thousand pieces of silver.”

* Deuteronomy 7:25&26: “You shall burn the carved images of their gods with fire; you shall not covet the silver or gold that is on them, nor take it for yourselves, lest you be snared by it; for it is an abomination to the Lord your God.

Nor shall you bring an abomination into your house, lest you be doomed to destruction like it; but you shall utterly detest it and utterly abhor it, for it is an accursed thing.”

Non Christian Religions, Cults and Organisations

* 1 Timothy 4:1 says: “Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to deceiving spirits and doctrines of demons…”

Ananda Marga Yoga Society, Anthroposophical Society (Eurythmy, Rudolf Steiner, Waldorf Schools); Astara, Bubba Free John; Bahai; Buddhism; Children of God (Family of Love); Christadelphians; Christian Science; Church of the Living Word (John Robert Stevens “The Walk”); Church Universal and Triumphant (Elizabeth Clare Prophet); Confucianism; Divine Light Mission (Guru Maharaj Ji); Druids Lodge; ECKANKAR (Paul Twitchell); Enlightment (heightened awareness, nirvana, satori, transcendental bliss, god-realisation, expanded consciousness, altered perception of reality, cosmic consciousness etc); Esalen Institute (Michael Murphy); e.s.t. (Erhard Seminar Training); Foundation faith of the Millenium (Robert de Grimston); Foundation of Human Understanding (Roy Masters); Freemasonry; Gurdjieff/Subud/Renaiisance (Esoteric Christianity); Hare Krishna; Hinduism (Karma, reincarnation, avatars, Bhagavad-Gita, Yoga, T.M.); Holy Order of MANS; Inner Peace Movement; International Community of the Christ/The Jamilans; Jehovah’s Witnesses (Dawn Bible Students); Krisnamurti Foundation of America; Meher Baba (Sufism Reorientated Inc); Mind Sciences; Mormons (Church of the Latter Day Saints); Mukatananda Paramahansa (Siddha Yoga Dham Centres); Neo-Gnosticism; New Age Movement; Nichiren Shoshu/Soka Gakkai (NSA Lotus Sutra); Rastafarianism; Ratanaism; Religious Science; Rev Ike (Frederick Eikeren Koetter); Rev Sun Myung Moon (Moonies, Unification Church); Rosecruicianism (AMORC); Sathya Sai Baba; Scientology (L. Ron Hubbard Dianetics); Self Realisation Fellowship; Sharmanism; Shintoism; Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship; Spiritualism/Spiritism; Sri Chimnoy; Swami Kriyananda; Swami Rami; Swami Vivekananda (Vedanta Society); Swedenborgianism; Taoism; Theosophy; Urantia; Unity School of Christianity (Charles Myrtle and Lowell Fillmore); Yogi Bhajan (Sikh Foundation/3HO Foundation); Zen.

About Gaz Parker

I was born with the ability to see spirit entities. I learned to ignore them for most of my life but during 2004 I had a kind of spiritual awakening so i thought. For years I questioned it until I asked God to show me what this is. God showed me the truth and I realised these spirits are evil, they are demons. Jesus never left me, he love me and he loves you too. My audio testimony can be found here. Contact me here: newagedeception@gmail.com
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15 Responses to Occult Check List

  1. Jeff says:

    You should have included the movie and book “The Secret” and anything and everything on the law of attraction.

    • Jason says:

      ya cuz its evil to help other people to help urself right? the secret was meant to keep ppl from helping other ppl… did u not realize the equal and opposite reaction it has on things? Help people whether u want something for it or not.. we already have taken care of you my friend.. this you must realize

  2. Gaz Parker says:

    Nice one Jeff. You get double points for that – you are absolutely correct.

    😉

  3. Jason says:

    uhm.. ya’ll seriously are funny.. ya kno that right?

  4. Gaz Parker says:

    isn’t that an oxymoron, Jason?

  5. Revenwyn says:

    I agree with almost everything on the list. D&D it depends on your DM, and not all Gothic rock music contains new age or occult elements.

    • Gaz Parker says:

      A good point plus we should be careful not to isolate particular groups of people. I know a few Goths and they are great people,
      open minded and usually very sensitive behind those black garments and makeup. The checklist does however highlight the danger areas and alert us to be aware. Music is very powerful as it can effect us on an emotional, non-rational level whereby new thoughts and ideas can be easily introduced through lyrics that feel right, presented by band leaders that seem to agree with our cause.

  6. morkrom says:

    You know, this is exactly what I was looking for. Very comprehensive list, one which has connected many dark, dark black spots in my past. Now to take charge and remove the remnants of these things from my life. How difficult it is however; the people closest to me have raised an eyebrow at my suggestions to destroy our books espousing this kind of knowledge, and certainly defend their in-grained, seemingly unconnected philosophies, all of which are on this checklist.

  7. Kev D says:

    Well the only thing I think is kind of ridiculous is the Martial Arts stuff. Just cuz it’s from the Far East doesn’t make it evil. You might as well say Football/Basketball/ Boxing. Not to mention Chuck Norris, Billy Blanks are very devout Christian martial artists. They are far from Occultists and do not subscribe to such. Martial arts philosophy is based on life wisdom and recognizing your bodys/minds potential in a practical manner. It in no way tells us to stray from our beliefs In Christ. In many ways it can aid ones walk through dicipline. Don’t get me wrong there is a lot of deception out there but last I checked God is still on the throne. While being not ignorant of the snares of Satan, let us seek Christ in all things. The elect will not be deceived for we have spirit of truth and his word that guides us in all righteousness.

    • Ryro says:

      This cleared up my confusion in the matter, hope it helps you too.
      “The Martial Arts are more than just a method of self-defense or a system of health exercises. They actually involve a life philosophy derived from eastern religions. The testimonies of Karatekas a devout practitioner of karate or other forms of martial arts do not hide the fact that the martial arts are more than just a sport.

      “Karatedo another form of karate is an art and I teach it as a way of being, a way of life, as a method of developing one’s self, and not as a sport,” states one teacher. Karate is not a fighting sport. This was completely misconstrued by people of this country where it was taken and turned into a sport.

      There are many conflicting theories regarding the origin of the martial arts. The account stated here is a widely accepted survey that traces the general history of the martial arts and goes back too the dawn of civilization in India. Three millennia ago in China, the arts were developed even more extensively. By the establishment of the Feudal States in 770 B.C., Kung fu was widely practiced.

      In 1928 they were renamed War Arts and were awarded national recognition. Over the centuries various aspects of the arts were modified and eventually evolved into more or less violent types.

      Northern and Southern schools and hard and soft forms also developed. Kung fu was the original all inclusive term describing the martial arts. Later, specific names were applied to its variations: karate, tai chi, judo, jujitso, and aikido.

      In Korea, the arts were known as Te Kwon Do. They were honed into their highest forms of proficiency in Okinawa.

      Though one often thinks of the arts as made in Japan, they have many roots and cultural variations. The original religious philosophy of Kung fu dates back as far as 2696 B.C., where it was rooted in the Occult forms of divination known as the I-Ching and the book of Changes. Lao-Tse, the Chinese sage born in 604 B.C., added further embellishments. His teachings were set forth in a 5,280 word manuscript called Tao Te Chang, also known as ” the Tao” or “the Way”.

      He taught salvation could not be found in prayer but rather by the observance of nature, the natural way.

      As the trees bend with the wind, and rivers follow the path of least resistance, so must man adapt to the rhythm with evil and wrong. The next development in history of Kung fu took place when a monk named Bodhidharma brought Buddhism to China in sixth century A.D. When he discovered the monks sleeping during his lectures, he introduced exercises to assist them in meditation.

      Known as I-Ching Sutura, his system combined Kung fu with the philosophical principle of Zen to develop a highly sophisticated form of weaponless fighting. The monks at his Shaolin temple became famous for their savage abilities of defense which they employed whenever they were attacked in the course of pilgrimages. Eventually two schools of martial arts evolved; Ch’uan Fe (Kung fu) based on the hard (external) school of Buddhism, and other arts founded on the soft (internal) school of Taoism. Martial arts have evolved into six basic forms by which they are known. In the Western world they are known as: Kung Fu, Tai Chi Ch’uan, Karate, Akido, Judo and Jujitsu.

      Such Occult experimentation is forbidden in Leviticus 19:31. Karate works by inducing a passivity in the mind setting the stage for a type of self-hypnosis. A demon then enters and gives supernatural strength and power. Karate teachers call this “going into perfection.” Kung Fu which is rooted in Zen Buddhism, was popularized by a TV series of that name. Bruce Lee movies (Enter the Dragon; Way of the Dragon; Return of the Dragon; Game of Death) also spread this occult science across the nation.

      Spirits of Murder, Hatred, Pride, Bitterness, Depression, Resentment, Fear, Violence, Lust for Power, Lust for (green, brown or black) Belts, Sexual Lust, Fighting, Rage, Destruction, Suicide, Sadism and Masochism are some of the spirits commonly found in those who have trained in Martial Arts. Some of the more heavily possessed individuals have also become very adept at Mind control, Telepathy, Telekinetic, Mind reading, Astral projection and Soul travel under the leadership of demonic guides.”
      http://www.farsinet.com/truth/index5.html

  8. you all are idiots enough said

  9. Lisa says:

    What could possibly be wrong with acupunture? It’s wonderful and relaxing and healing!!

  10. Lisa says:

    Also, why are crystals considered bad? They are made by God. The crystals themselves are not bad, it’s the energy one may project onto them. If you are using them to affirm God’s peace in your life, they can’t be evil.

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