I. Spirit Man

This charismatic theology, also referred to as “Ministering to the Human Spirit,” is commonly used in a “deliverance ministry” counseling situation to presumably bring quicker healing and wholeness to a person, particularly those who have dissociative disorders. As such, the “system”1 of the dissociative individual is treated as being equivalent to the non-physical spiritual space that is a part of every person whether they are dissociative or not (in other words, the “spiritual space” that houses things such as the spirit and the spiritual heart, or, the thoughts, intents, emotions, et cetera).

This chapter is written more from the counseling perspective of this theology when dealing with those who have dissociative disorders; however, many “deliverance counselors” implement these “Spirit Man” techniques in counseling others who are not dissociative. Additionally, people also use these techniques for personal use outside of “deliverance counseling,” with the intent to have supernatural experiences, such as to engage in “spiritual warfare,” dream insertion, traveling to “heavenly places and supernatural realms” via astral travel/projection, communicating with the dead, and going into the “courtrooms of heaven.” These things will be discussed later in this book.

In the Spirit Man teachings, the following concepts are brought in using Scripture that has been violently twisted, psychology, and an occult understanding of human anatomy and biological systems as being related to the human spirit, which they claim has seven parts, or portions.

1. Seven spirits of God

● They say that since Revelation 3, 4, and 5 briefly reference the “seven spirits of God,” then people, made in His likeness, also have seven spirit parts.

2. Seven gifts spoken of in Romans 12 (the supposed “redemptive gifts”)

● These seven gifts are said to be the names of the seven different portions of the spirit.

● The names are: Prophet, Servant, Teacher, Exhorter, Giver, Ruler, Mercy.

3. Seven days of creation

● Each day is said to correlate to each of the seven spirit parts.

4. Seven pieces of furniture in the temple/tabernacle

● Each piece of furniture is said to correlate to each of the seven spirit parts.

5. Seven different names of God

● Each part of the spirit man is said to relate to the following seven names of Jehovah: Jireh, Rapha, Nissi, Sholom, Rohi, Tsidkenu, and Shammah.

6. Seven trees in the desert

● Each part of the spirit man is said to relate to the following seven trees: Cedar, Acacia, Myrtle, Olive, Pine, Fir, and Cypress.

7. Seven parts of the Lord’s Prayer

● The Lord’s Prayer is split into seven sections, and they claim that each part of the spirit man relates to these seven sections.

8. Seven phrases of Christ’s last words

● Seven of the last recorded phrases that Jesus Christ spoke on the cross are said to relate to each of the seven parts of the human spirit.

9. The seven churches spoken of in Revelation 2 and 3

● Each church is said to be representative of the seven spirit parts.

10. The spiritual armor spoken of in Ephesians 6:14-17

● The six different parts of the spiritual armor are said to correlate to six of the seven spirit parts, plus another weapon they add into the mix in order to have a weapon for each of the seven spirit parts (from Ephesians 6:18 — “praying always with every prayer and supplication in the Spirit”).

11. Seven parts of the human brain

● Each part of the brain is said to correlate to each of the seven spirit parts.

12. Ten body systems

● Each part of the body system is said to correlate to each of the seven spirit parts, plus God the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit (equaling ten).

13. Seven parts of the endocrine system

● Seven parts of the endocrine system is said to correlate to each of the seven spirit parts.

14. Seven personality traits

● The seven parts of the spirit are talked about as basically being “personality traits,” with one being more dominant, and that getting in touch with, communicating with, and allowing these seven parts of the spirit to take control of the person is supposed to bring healing and wholeness.

● The more dominant “spirit part” is given more focus, with the belief that “ministering to” the stronger part will create a domino-effect, bringing healing and wholeness to the weaker spirit parts.

The “Spirit Man counseling” also involves the following elements:

● It involves calling forth the spirit of a person to be separate from their soul part/s in preparation for “ministering to their spirit.”

● If a person can’t get in touch with or hear the spirit parts inside them, it’s common for the “deliverance minister” to explain to them that parts of their spirit have likely been held captive in spiritual prisons in other dimensions or realms, whether or not the individual feels this is true, and they have to go find them.

○ Sometimes, if only one part (or less than seven parts) of the spirit can be found, the “deliverance minister” sends a single part of the spirit to go find the other parts of the spirit, and bring them into the person’s system or “spirit realm.”

○ Sometimes what are said to be angels are dispatched to go bring these spirit parts back into the individual’s system or “spirit realm.”

● Involves giving each part a specific name according to the gift each part supposedly operates under (seven gifts in Romans 12), splitting up the spirit into seven parts.

○ Each part of the spirit is called out by their gift-name, and “ministered to.”

● Their basic goal is to recognize and legitimize what they say are the seven individual parts of the spirit, and to give the more dominant part of the spirit more attention, so it is allowed to or taught to gain power and take control (be in dominion) over the individual’s soul or “soul parts.” The individual is taught to “listen to the voice of their spirit,” and to learn to give the spirit control over their soul. In other words, they are taught to give their unconscious mind control over their conscious mind.

○ They often define the spirit as being the “unconscious mind” of the physical person that interacts with the spiritual world.

○ They often define the soul as being the “conscious mind,” that consists of the mind, will, and emotions of the physical person, that interacts with the physical world.

■ Sometimes they describe the soul as having the “subconscious mind,” and the physical person is described as having the “conscious mind.” Either way, the spirit man theology is telling people that their “spirit” (unconscious mind) is to have control over their conscious and/or subconscious mind.

○ This Spirit Man theology asserts that the spirit has its own mind, will, emotions and distinct personality, separate from the soul; and each part of the spirit has its own mind, will, emotions, and distinct personality.

○ They recommended it not be stated outright in a counseling/deliverance session that the spirit be given complete control, because this may cause “upheaval” for the person if this transition takes place suddenly.2 What is stated, however, is that “the spirit was made to have dominion over the soul,” and the consequence of this tricky directive is that the “spirit” does eventually take control of the person. Which is the clearly-stated intention in the first place.

● Eventually, often with the help of a “deliverance minister,” the individual is trained how to tell the difference between the voices they hear, including their own voice, and what is presumed to be the voices of their spirit parts, the voice of God, and the voice of Satan.

● Some are teaching on “Realms,” “Seat of Dominion,” and “Gateways,” that supplement the Spirit Man doctrine, and the Spirit Man teachings are being used as a gateway for supernatural experiences, including astral travel/projection, dream insertion, traveling to supernatural realms, communing with the dead, engaging in spiritual warfare, et cetera. These will be detailed in later chapters.


A. Background

This book is not written with the intent to call out particular individuals, but we are exposing this human-spirit theology as not being Scripturally sound, and as being a theology that is, in fact, aligning individuals with the spirit of the antichrist. Our prayer is that every counselor who utilizes this theology with their clients, and every person who has opened themselves up to be receptive of this theology, will humble themselves before God, come to repentance for opening up themselves and others to this demonic doctrine, and find true healing and wholeness.

We, the authors, also want to make clear that we understand there may be practices implemented by other counselors or coaches of this Spirit Man doctrine that the original creator may or may not agree with. So in describing this theology, we are not attempting to accuse the original founder as being guilty of every offshoot that has come from his theology, nor are we attempting in any way to state that he is in agreement with every spin-off, or in how different counselors or individuals implement or practice his theology. We are simply describing where the Spirit Man theology comes from, what it does, what it has developed into, and the negative effects of it, based on our understanding and experience, as described below. With those things said, we, the authors, have understanding of this Spirit Man doctrine through the following ways:

1. Personal experience with this theology through a “deliverance counseling” situation.

2. The understanding we have of occult teachings that are similar to and connected to this theology.

3. The experiences of our friends and family that we have seen or heard first-hand.

4. The experiences of others that we have read or heard of in various ways (emails, blogs, websites, et cetera).

5. Through reading the materials offered at the websites of the creator and advocates of this theology, and in reading through blog posts of the creator and advocates of this theology. Some of the websites are:3

a. theslg.com

b. noblesubjects.com

c. slgcoaching.com

6. In listening to interviews with people who teach and counsel using this theology. Two of the many interviews we listened to are:

a. “Ministering to the Human Spirit with Dr. Rob Ruckert”

b. “The Spirit, the Soul, and DID with Arthur Burk”

As of this writing, these interviews can be found on YouTube by doing a simple search for the titles.

B. What’s Really Going On

In order to thoroughly understand this section, a basic understanding of dissociation and dissociative disorders is necessary. A good website to begin research is the Sidran Institute (www.sidran.org/), with their article, “What is a Dissociative Disorder?”4

We offer a basic overview here, but to avoid muddying the waters in this section, we offer more detail in Section Four, “An Overview to Understanding Dissociation and D.I.D.

■ Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders5

Definitions:

Dissociation: the state of being separate from association or union with another. Synonyms: separation, detachment, severance, split, segregation, division.6

In psychology: dissociation is a mental process that causes a lack of connection in a person’s thoughts, memory and sense of identity. It can range from any wide array of experiences from mild detachment (daydreaming) to severe (dissociative disorders).

Dissociative Disorders: a disorder that is characterized by an involuntary escape from reality, and is distinguished by a disconnection between thoughts, identity, consciousness and memory. It involves problems with memory, identity, emotion, perception, behavior and sense of self.

There are three types of dissociative disorders:

1. Dissociative identity disorder (DID)

2. Dissociative amnesia

3. Depersonalization/derealization disorder

In layman’s terms, dissociation is a coping mechanism that an individual instinctively employs in order to survive trauma. It turns into a disorder when it becomes an involuntary lifestyle, and the exclusive or chief coping strategy the person has available to them. Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a related disorder, and often those who have dissociative disorders will have PTSD as well. While PTSD can be experienced at any age, severe dissociative disorders often begin in early childhood. Examples of extreme, ongoing trauma that children have the need to dissociate from can include: physical, sexual, mental abuse, and can include satanic or sadistic ritual abuse (SRA). It can also include trauma-based mind-control programming (TBMC).

Important to Note

The American Psychiatric Association states, “The vast majority of people who develop dissociative disorders have experienced repetitive, overwhelming trauma in childhood. Among people with dissociative identity disorder in the United States, Canada and Europe, about 90 percent had been the victims of childhood abuse and neglect.”

That said, the above brief description of dissociation is how much of the normative culture within westernized geographies perceives dissociation, and in particular, dissociative disorders as it relates to trauma. However, different cultures or subcultures often have contrasting views on dissociation, especially that which has no obvious attachments to trauma. In certain mystic or occult religions, for example, a type of dissociation (but not a dissociative disorder) can be an avenue through which spiritual experiences are achieved, or the result of a spiritual experience, and is considered to be a normal part of their spiritual journey. One obvious example is transcendental meditation. Through the information we present in this book, it is our intent to show that non-dissociative Christians who apply the Spirit Man doctrine to their own spiritual journey are actually following these same occult practices, and therefore are achieving a level of dissociation.

■ Common-Sense Principles

Before we get into the common occult principles this Spirit Man doctrine is teaching and promoting, it’s important to point out a few common-sense principles.

1. It is unwise — and in some cases, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually dangerous — to assume that techniques, even good and Biblically sound techniques, used to help dissociative survivors of severe trauma, particularly survivors of mind-control agendas, will be helpful to the general, non-dissociative population. Non-dissociative people do not deal with the same level of emotional, psychological, and spiritual issues that dissociative people deal with. Furthermore, even among dissociative individuals, what helps set one person on a healing path will not necessarily be the same thing that will set another person on a healing path.

2. It is important to note that dissociative individuals will often find a state of dissociation to be normal even when it is not. One danger of the Spirit Man teaching is that it is promoting and encouraging dissociation. Regardless of whether the dissociative individual feels there is nothing wrong with this practice, and in spite of the reality that dissociation was at one time the coping mechanism employed in order to survive very difficult situations, continuing to live in a state of dissociation is not healthy or wise. We are in no way attempting to suggest that the parts of dissociative individuals be ignored, particularly within a counseling situation. But we are saying that continuing to encourage dissociation, or causing more splits of the person’s psyche through this Spirit Man doctrine, is not healthy or normal.

3. Dissociative people, especially those who have survived satanic/sadistic ritual abuse (SRA) and trauma-based mind-control programming (TBMC), encounter many things the average person does not, from the physical to the spiritual. That is to say, the experiences and perceptions of the dissociative person will often be very different than that of the non-dissociative person. For instance, while it may be normal for a dissociative person to have an internal system where they are able to interact with the various parts of them, it is not normal for a non-dissociative person to experience the same thing. Or, while the dissociative person — particularly those who have gone through SRA or TBMC — may have frequent encounters with spiritual entities including demons and/or angels (or demons that are masquerading as angels), this is not to be considered normal and expected experiences for every person, nor is it something to desire and seek after.

It’s also normal for a dissociative person to hear inside voices that are either alters (parts), programming scripts, or demons, or combinations of all three. Yet when calling up and speaking to the “spirit man” within this type of counseling, the possibility does not seem to come into any serious consideration that the “voice of the spirit man” could actually be something else.

4. Related to the above, it’s also fundamental to understand that while the experiences of the dissociative person are real in the fact that they are being experienced in a very tangible way either physically or spiritually, not every single experience is truth that has come from and is directed by the Spirit of God. Just because an experience or encounter is real, does not mean it is truth that comes from God and has a solid, Biblical foundation. Furthermore, some of the experiences or encounters are a lie and a trick from Satan, or they are a lie and trick as a result of programming, or they are a lie and trick of the dissociative mind.

Keeping these things in consideration, it is alarming that some practitioners of this Spirit Man counseling are using the experiences of their dissociative clients as a foundation for their own doctrine, and are falsely claiming it has Scriptural backing, when in reality, the counselors are combing through the Bible, picking and choosing Scripture to build a false theology that originated from the experiences of their clients. In some cases, this type of activity seems to be motivated more by sensationalism and the desire of the counselor to build his own career on that sensationalism, than to actually help the dissociative client work through the spiritual, emotional, and psychological issues they have as a result of the trauma they have endured.

For example, as of this writing, one “deliverance minister” is teaching on a particular application of realms and claiming his doctrine came as a “revelation from God,” when in reality, it was partially built on information that came directly from his dissociative clients. This will be discussed in a later chapter.7

■ Point One — Not Biblical

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First and foremost, when Scripture is read and studied in context, it is plain to see that this Spirit Man teaching is based on false doctrine and is not Biblical at all.

Proponents of these teachings claim that God created the human spirit with seven parts, or, portions. The goal, they say, is for the spirit to be united and working together with seven different parts that are the alleged “redemptive gifts” they claim are spoken of in Romans 12. However, there is no Scripture that says God created the spirit as having seven parts, or that the spirit is to be split or portioned into seven parts, or that the spirit is to be separated from the soul. And a simple contextual study of Romans 12 proves that the very foundation of this teaching is not scriptural, because there is no such thing as “redemptive gifts.” “Redemptive Gifts” is a theological concept that is completely made up by taking scripture out of context and twisting it to mean something that it does not mean.

● Recap of Their Definitions

○ Human spirit: the “unconscious mind” of the physical person that interacts with the spirit world.

○ Human soul: the “conscious mind,” that consists of the mind, will, and emotions of the physical person, that interacts with the physical world.

■ Sometimes they define the physical person as having the conscious mind, and the soul of the person to have the subconscious mind.

Recap of Their Goal

○ Their basic goal is to recognize and legitimize what they say are the seven individual parts of the spirit, and to give the more dominant part of the spirit more attention, so it is allowed to or taught to gain power and take control over the individual’s soul or “soul parts.” They do this by telling the spirit that it was “made to be in dominion over the soul.”

Definition of dominion: the power or right of governing and controlling; sovereign authority; supreme authority.8

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In case it isn’t clear by a review of definitions and goals, the Spirit Man teachings are promoting a person to not be in physical control of their mind, will, and emotions, but to allow the “human spirit” to have dominion over this. They are teaching and promoting that the unconscious mind is to be in control of the conscious mind and/or the subconscious mind, and this is actually a common theme with occult teachings.

However:

1. A study of scripture never indicates that our human spirit is to be in control of or rule over us. A study of Scripture clearly explains that we are to be in control of our own spirit. This is also called self-control, as in, being in control of ourselves.

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Proverbs 25:28 — “He that hath no rule over his own spirit is like a city that is broken down, and without walls.” (KJV)

Other scriptures: Acts 24:25, 1 Corinthians 14:32, Galatians 5:23, 2 Timothy 1:7, Titus 1:8, 2 Peter 1:6.

Biblical synonyms for self-control: self-mastery, self-restraint, continence (in the context of self-restraint), soundness of mind, sanity, sobriety, self-discipline, prudence, et cetera.9

A word study of the Greek definitions for “self-control” reveals that self-control is “exercising dominion, from within.”10 It is something that proceeds “out from within oneself, but not by oneself.” The study also states that for the believer, self-control can “only be accomplished by the power of the Lord,” and is a fruit of the Holy Spirit.11 Which leads to the next point.

2. If we have the Spirit of God in us, wenot any so-called spirit parts, but we are to bring our whole self under His authority. The Spirit of the true God is to be in control of us. So we, by bringing ourselves under submission to the Spirit of God, allow Him to control our body, soul, and spirit; we do not give this authority to our own spirit. To give our human spirit control of ourselves is a direct rebellion to God’s authority.

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Romans 8:6-9 — “The mind of the flesh is death, but the mind of the Spirit is life and peace, because the mind of the flesh is hostile to God: It does not submit to God’s Law, nor can it do so. Those controlled by the flesh cannot please God. You, however, are controlled not by the flesh, but by the Spirit, if the Spirit of God lives in you. And if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, he does not belong to Christ.” (BSB)

It is plain by a simple reading and study of these verses, that the “Spirit” being referred to is the Spirit of God, and not our human spirit. We are to be controlled by the Spirit of God, not our own human spirit.

3. Some who are teaching this Spirit Man theology don’t even consider whether the person is saved or not. There is simply the assumption that the human spirit is controlled, led, and inspired by God, regardless of the salvation of the person, which is absolutely against Scripture. But the most common theory driving this doctrine is that the human spirit that has been “born again” (saved) is controlled by God, and so when we are led by (following) the human spirit, we are being led by (following) God. However, this is not Biblical. Jesus did not direct us to follow our spirit as our spirit follows Him; He told us to follow Him. (Matthew 10:38, John 10:27, John 12:26, et cetera.) To follow our human spirit is a direct rebellion to God’s authority.

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Scripture tells us that we are to be directly led by the Spirit of God, and not indirectly by our human spirit. (Romans 8:14, Galatians 5:18, et cetera.) To be led by our human spirit is a direct rebellion to God’s authority.

Furthermore, it is alarming that in these “deliverance sessions,” the counselor is often presuming the role of telling their client, or giving validation to the client’s “feelings” one way or the other, which of these voices is of God, of Satan, the client themselves, or their alleged spirit or spirit parts. In this way, they are training their client how to hear and differentiate between the different voices. From our experience, this is a feature of the client/counselor relationship within this “deliverance ministry” that is indistinguishable from an occult teacher who is mentoring a student of esoteric studies, purposefully directing the student down a particular path of spiritual understanding, and training them on how to be receptive to incoming messages from the spirit world. Such training to “listen to the voice of the spirit” results in the inability to clearly hear the voice of the true God.

It is also disturbing that in many cases, the spiritual experiences the client has had or is having, or the spiritual understanding they have had or are coming to, that cannot be validated and verified by Scripture, is being supposedly validated and verified by a “Jesus” that is inside the system (inner world) of the dissociative individual.12 Even some people who are not dissociative under normal circumstances, are “traveling in the spirit” (a Christian-sounding phrase for “astral travel/projection”) to different so-called heavenly realms, and are claiming to interact with a supposed Jesus, who is giving them validation and verification for the spiritual experiences they are having, or for the spiritual understanding they are coming to — experiences and understanding that have no Biblical foundation, unless they forcefully contort the Word of God to mean something it does not actually mean. This is posing many problems that will be detailed later in this book, but it’s sufficient to say for now that this “Jesus” who is appearing to many people in the spirit realms (and possibly in some cases, manifesting briefly in the physical realms) is not the true Jesus Christ, but a false Jesus.

In speaking of the end times, Jesus Christ warned against false Jesuses appearing, and said, as recorded in Mark 13:21-22, “At that time if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Christ!’ or ‘There He is!’ do not believe it. For false Christs and false prophets will appear and perform signs and wonders that would deceive even the elect, if that were possible.” (BSB)

■ Point Two — Experimental

This Spirit Man teaching is being packaged and sold by proponents of this teaching as being Biblically-based and something that is highly effective in helping bring deep, inner healing to an individual. However, it is exceptionally disturbing that counselors of this Spirit Man doctrine openly admit in interviews and in the free literature found on their websites and blogs, that many elements of this type of so-called counseling are experimental. The term “half-baked potato” is used by some to describe their speculative ideas, and clients have been referred to as “guinea pigs,” and as having a “guinea-pig anointing.” As survivors of trauma who have struggled with dissociative disorders, we find this to be demeaning, highly offensive, and utterly despicable. It certainly does not present a Scriptural view of healing as they claim. This practice of using people as “guinea pigs” to experiment with half-baked ideas is ungodly, unethical, immoral, and reeks of reckless, gross negligence.

pg_84_SpiritMan_Experimental.pngDescribing such individuals as supposedly having a “guinea pig anointing” from God to be such a “guinea pig,” adds a whole other level of repugnance, as it is identical to the attitude programmers have towards the people they experiment on: that they are not human beings with desires, wills, emotions, hopes, dreams, thoughts, et cetera, but have only one purpose in life, and that is to be a human lab-rat, expendable and at the mercy of the programmer. Substituting the distasteful word “lab-rat” for the cuter-sounding word “guinea pig” does not make the attitude and practice any less abusive. And using the word “anointing” to describe this “guinea-pig purpose” does not make it more noble of a cause, but only piles on spiritual abuse and manipulation, as what they are essentially saying is that they believe God created certain expendable people whose sole purpose is to be experimented with. Anyone who claims to have a heart to help survivors of SRA/TBMC would not use this type of language in describing survivors, nor would they lower themselves to associate with such individuals who use this type of demeaning, abusive language.

Certainly, if we, the authors, would have known and been aware of the experimental nature and the dangers of this type of so-called counseling, we never would have put ourselves through such counseling, nor would we have suggested and encouraged people to sign up to go through this type of counseling.

Because of the very nature of this “experimental” type of counseling, it’s no wonder there are particular inherent problems that people are likely to come across, which leads to the next point.

■ Point Three — Upheaval and Subtractions

Although some have claimed this practice of splitting the spirit has made them feel better, it can also lead to insanity, nervous breakdowns, depression, or suicidal ideation / suicide attempts.

In fact, literature from advocates of this Spirit Man teaching, openly states that this transference of control to the spirit can cause what they call, “upheaval in the inner world.”

Reminder: “upheaval” = insanity, nervous breakdowns, depression, or suicidal ideations / suicide attempts.

pg_85_Spirit_Man_Upheaval.pngAmong other things, this is very similar to the “upheaval” a person can experience when the sixth or seventh “spiritual centers” are opened, if they aren’t properly prepared beforehand.13 Bluntly put, this “preparation” consists of getting used to how it feels to be possessed by a demonic entity, having a sharp increase in the sensitivity of the spiritual senses, and not being in complete control of the spirit and body senses — the same as with this so-called spirit man business.

It has been our observation through personal experience and by hearing and reading other’s personal experiences, that although there are some who initially “feel good” when going through deliverance counseling with someone who utilizes this Spirit Man doctrine, it often doesn’t last long. This upheaval works to keep the client even more dependent upon their “deliverance counselor or coach” for deliverance. As there is a constant need to find relief from the ongoing upheaval within the individual’s mind and emotions, and the need for deliverance from ever-increasing spiritual attack, this usually involves learning from the “counselor or coach” different techniques of so-called advanced spiritual warfare including courtrooms of heaven. This is because the results from the previous deliverance work are not lasting or are not as effective as expected. While this type of warfare will be discussed in detail later, suffice to say, this “battle” is not Scriptural, and does not bring freedom, but ever-increasing bondage.

Important to Note

The difference between one practicing the witchcraft of the Spirit Man doctrine who needs relief from attack, and the Christian who needs relief from attack, is that the first will “look within” to find answers, and there is an ever-increasing need to go into deeper and deeper occult practices in an attempt to find such answers. On the other hand, for the true Christian, the answer is simple: they will look without, towards their Heavenly Father, humble themselves before Him, make their requests known, and ask for His will to be done. The former puts their trust in words, doctrines, and techniques; the latter puts their trust in their Heavenly Father.14

Avid supporters of this Spirit Man doctrine and similar teachings may insist their “deliverance” lasts, but this is untrue. Those individuals continue to fall deeper and deeper into deception, delusion, and false doctrine, often without recognizing it, in an ever-expanding quest to participate in spiritual adventures or to have spiritual encounters. These escapades quickly become addicting, and most will readily admit this, although they will not realize that their addiction is a bad thing. The tendency is for people to become less interested in or completely incapable of studying the Word of God within context, but to only read the Bible with the intent to find Scriptures that appear to give them validation for the delusions they have fallen under. Many times, they will lose interest altogether in the Bible and in sound doctrine. These symptoms are an indication of fractal programming, a concept that will be detailed later in this section.

Reminder: good feelings do not necessarily equal Biblically sound and spiritually safe, and what is real is not always truth that comes from God.

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Closely related to upheaval and increasing spiritual attack, often people begin suffering subtractions that are a consequence of being involved in occult activity, but they mistakenly believe their sufferings to be part of a “spiritual warfare” that they are engaged in. They believe that the demonic attacks are because Satan is trying to discourage them from doing the work of the Lord. And as described earlier, in an attempt to ease their suffering and stop the attacks, they work even harder to “press into” the spirit realms, becoming more involved in even deeper occult activity under the guise of “advanced spiritual warfare,” which often includes the “courtrooms of heaven.”

To recap from Section One, Kurt Koch, in his book “Demonology Past and Present: Identifying and Overcoming Demonic Strongholds,” noted that through his experience in counseling and treating people medically, he was able to pinpoint five particular areas in people’s lives that are affected from being involved in occult activities:15

1. A person’s faith in God is negatively influenced.

2. There are huge negative changes in a person’s character.

3. The person will often suffer from mental or psychical illnesses, such as depression, suicidal thoughts, et cetera.

4. The mental health of the person suffers greatly through psychoses.

5. It begins (or continues) a cycle of “hereditable mediumism,” whereby the involvement of witchcraft leads one’s children and grandchildren to be negatively impacted down to three or four generations.

Koch also notes in his book “Occult ABC: Exposing Occult Practices and Ideologies” the following:16

“Families in which charming is practiced, whether actively or as a patient, are literally pursued by misfortune. Suicide, murder, serious and incurable diseases, and many other troubles abound in such families.” (page 135)

“In counseling I have occasionally found the following pattern. When one member of a family has been delivered from demon possession or a serious occult oppression, another member of the family sometimes comes under the power of the same spirit. This only happens in those cases where the whole family does not place itself under the protection of Jesus Christ.” (page 137)

■ Point Four — Creating and Promoting Dissociation

To briefly review the basic definitions of dissociation outlined earlier in this chapter, there are levels of dissociation, and everyone dissociates to a degree. Daydreaming is one common form of mild dissociation, while severe dissociation is a coping mechanism that an individual instinctively employs in order to survive trauma. This dissociation turns into a disorder when it becomes an involuntary lifestyle, and the exclusive or chief coping strategy the person has available to them. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a related disorder, and often those who have dissociative disorders will have PTSD as well. While PTSD can be experienced at any age, severe dissociative disorders often begin in early childhood. Examples of extreme, ongoing trauma that children have the need to dissociate from can include: physical, sexual, mental abuse, and can include satanic or sadistic ritual abuse (SRA). It can also include trauma-based mind-control programming (TBMC). Individuals with varying degrees of D.I.D. (one type of dissociative disorder) often refer to the dissociative parts of them as “alters, parts, others,” or similar terms. They are also often aware of an “inside world” that is part of their system. The system consists of the safe and unsafe parts of their inside world (created through programming and/or subconsciously created), as well as all the alters that stay there when they aren’t taking full or partial control of the body.

That said, let’s shift gears for a moment, and bring something else into the conversation: doublespeak and doublethink.

● Doublespeak and Doublethink

There is a technique employed when an individual or smaller groups of people want to control the way larger groups of people think or act: they control the thoughts and actions, to an extent, by controlling the language being used. Basically, this is one way how propaganda works, and is a general mind-control and brainwashing technique. This is also how occultists who are working for Satan have been able to infect society at large: they change the language, and thereby the perception of the general population, and over time, occult doctrine becomes part of the accepted culture of society.

Those who are using this strategy often engage in “doublespeak,” a purposeful distortion of language for a particular purpose or cause. To those groups of individuals who fall prey to its trickery, doublespeak can create a state of “doublethink,” a term coined by George Orwell in his dystopian novel, Nineteen Eighty-Four.

Definitions: 17

Doublespeak: language used to deceive, usually through concealment or misrepresentation of truth.

Doublethink: simultaneous belief in two contradictory ideas.

Those who are attempting to control the thoughts (perceptions) and actions of people, do so by giving certain words or phrases a new definition or a new application that is contradictory to the truth and to the meaning the listener attributes to the words or phrases. This is done with purposeful intent. A good example of people who employ these techniques are many politicians, who have a vested interest in controlling the perception the general public have of them and their policies. Or the occultists we referenced earlier. Or business men and women who are using the art of persuasive sales to manipulate and convince people to buy their product.18

Some teachers and practitioners of this Spirit Man theology are also using this mind-control and brainwashing technique of “doublespeak,” causing groups of their advocates to be in a state of “doublethink.”

Example 1

Teachers and practitioners of this Spirit Man theology are attempting to sell and defend this theology by saying that “parts” and “portions” are two different things. They say the “soul of the person can have alters that are known as parts,” (describing a dissociative disorder) but the “spirit of the person has portions.” In spite of their attempts at controlling the language, this is a contradictory statement. So, to combat the doublethink, we offer definitions of the terms “part” and “portion,” since there seems to be some confusion:19

Part: a portion or division of a whole that is separate or distinct; piece, fragment, fraction, or section. Synonyms: member, partition, section, segment, portion.

Portion: an often limited part of a whole; a part of any whole, either separated from or integrated with it. Synonyms: piece, member, division, section, segment, fragment, part.

In case these definitions are not clear, “part” and “portion” are synonyms. These terms are describing the same types of experiences a person can have when they are dissociative, whether it is a so-called soul part, or a so-called spirit part.

Important to Note: Although portion can mean “a part of any whole, either separated from or integrated with it,” there is no true integration with the spirit man theology, as will be discussed later in this chapter.

Example 2

They also try to control the language, and thereby the perception of people, by telling people that God created the spirit to have seven portions, while at the same time, saying that Satan is the one who fragmented the spirit. Through the use of their words (“portion,” in contrast to “fragment”), they are presumably attempting to say that since God created the spirit to have seven “portions” but Satan has taken one or more of those seven portions away from the person (“fragmented” them away), that there is a difference between God splitting the spirit and Satan splitting the spirit. In spite of their attempts at controlling the language, this is a contradiction. So to combat the doublethink, here is a comparison of the words “portion” and “fragment,” since there seems to be some confusion:20

Portion: an often limited part of a whole; a part of any whole, either separated from or integrated with it. Synonyms: piece, member, division, section, segment, fragment, part.

Fragment: a part broken off, detached, or incomplete. Synonyms: part, portion, piece, member, division, section, segment.

Portion implies an allotted or assigned part, and can be separated from the whole or integrated with the whole; while fragment implies a part being produced by having been broken off a whole. While the connotation of the two words can have slightly different meanings, depending upon usage, the description of what is happening to the human spirit through this theology is the same, no matter if the word “portion” is being used or if the word “fragment” is being used: the spirit is still being split into parts. In spite of their attempts at controlling the language, there is no difference between God supposedly “splitting the spirit” and Satan “splitting the spirit” because, aside from the fact that there is absolutely no Scriptural basis for God creating the human spirit to be split into seven parts, the end result is still the same: the spirit, or what is assumed to be the spirit, is fragmented or split. Regardless of whether the seven parts are working together in unity (a form of integration) or not, the Spirit Man theology is teaching something that has no Scriptural foundation, and certainly has no Biblical basis as being a desirable state.

● Dissociation in the Spirit Man Theology

Teachers and advocates of this theology assert that by speaking to the different parts of the spirit (they call it “ministering to the spirit”), they are giving legitimacy and validation to the human spirit, which will cause the spirit to get stronger and bring wholeness and healing to the person in a faster way.

Important to Note

“In a faster way” is a very important component of this Spirit Man counseling for some who use this method. Some counselors who are applying this doctrine in sessions with their clients, are looking for shortcuts to healing: faster, quicker ways to get clients in and out of counseling. This type of Spirit Man “deliverance counseling” is claiming to do just that. However, the reality is, there is no such thing as a shortcut to healing, particularly from the acute trauma and attachment injuries this Spirit Man counseling is claiming to help people overcome. Healing takes as long as it needs to take for each individual, and as many people with severe trauma disorders will attest to, healing is a lifestyle and not a destination.

What isn’t often mentioned, but is certainly a huge motivator, is that a “faster way” can also help pad the pockets of the counselors, as they are able to achieve a faster turnover, counseling more clients within shorter periods of time. Not only is more money a motivator, but ego is involved as well, as we’ve seen counselors who want to be well-known for “getting people healed faster.” While we obviously can’t say that all such counselors have selfish, greedy motivations, this type of attitude certainly creates an environment for the counselor to begin ignoring the needs of their clients in various ways, and eventually proclaim their clients to be “all healed up” after a period of time of going through the Spirit Man counseling, regardless of whether the clients are actually “better” or not. This can cause further harm to the trauma and attachment injuries the clients may already have.

The problem with their claims, however, is that since there is no Biblical foundation that says God created the spirit as having seven parts, nor that it is desirable for the the spirit to be split into seven parts, they are not “ministering to” those seven parts of the spirit at all. They are actually creating a split within what is assumed to be the spirit of a person. This is dissociation by its very definition. It is possible for the psyche a person to be split through trauma, although whether it is actually a soul-split or a spirit-split could be debated, and not something we are going to debate either way in this book; however, it should not be desirable to stay in or reinforce that state of brokenness, whether it’s a soul-split or a spirit-split. But the bottom line is, creating, reinforcing, or desiring such a split is not based on Scripture and is not ordained by the true God.

pg_91a_SpiritMan_Fragmentation.pngSimply put, this “Spirit Man theology” is creating a spiritual trauma, producing fragmentation in people who have not been previously broken, and reinforcing the fragmentation in people who are already broken. It is, in fact, programming that is creating and promoting dissociation, and does not heal it, regardless of what advocates claim. If an individual isn’t dissociative at the onset of Spirit Man counseling, they certainly are at the end of the Spirit Man counseling, to one degree or another.

Wholeness through brokenness? Integration of the supposed “soul parts” through division of the spirit? This is such a clear example of doublespeak and doublethink, that were Orwell still alive, he would likely regret not adding these phrases and ideas to his book. There is no reason to split a person’s spirit into seven parts or portions in order to speak goodness and healing words that will help bring restoration to a person, whether they have been broken and wounded through trauma or not.

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An Illustration

To illustrate this point, let’s look at the relationship between parent and child. Any loving parent will recognize and attest to the necessity of giving encouragement and praise, building their children up and molding their character in positive ways, and through love, teaching them self-discipline. But in order to encourage or teach discipline, it is completely unnecessary to split their spirit, or to cause the child to split themselves into seven parts (which is identical to mind-control programming), by speaking to the so-called seven different portions of their spirit.

Is it better to tell little Susie, “Thank you for helping with the dishes today. You did a great job!” Or is it better to tell her, “I call your spirit to attention, Susie, and invite your servant portion to come forward and be recognized for doing such a wonderful job helping with the dishes today. Thank you!!”

Is it better to tell little Johnny, “I understand you’re mad, but you aren’t allowed to take away the bear you bought for your brother because you’re angry that he broke the truck you gave to him.” Or is it better to tell him, “Johnny, I call your spirit to attention and invite your giver portion to come forward and be recognized for the desire you have that your little brother would learn to have stewardship over his possessions.”

Is it better to tell little Susie, “You’re a very loving and caring person!” Or is it better to tell her, “Susie, I call your spirit to attention, and I invite your mercy portion to come forward and be recognized. God has designed you in a very special way to use your unique abilities and gifts to make the world a better place.”

Is it better to kiss little Johnny goodnight, tuck him into bed with a prayer such as, “Heavenly Father, thank You for our precious son, Johnny, and the good things You have done in his life today. We ask that he sleep well tonight and that You help him to grow into the man You would have him to be.” Or is it better to tuck Johnny into bed with a “spirit” blessing, by asking each of his seven so-called spirit parts to come forward and be recognized and “ministered” to?

Speaking in such a manner to the “spirit man” of your child would be strange, and maybe more than a bit creepy, worthy of being in an episode of “The Twilight Zone.” It would be ridiculous! So why is it any less bizarre and whacky to do things like this in a counseling situation?

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○ CHARACTERISTICS OF SPIRIT MAN COUNSELING

The following are some points that make clear the fact that this Spirit Man counseling is creating and promoting dissociation, and not healing a broken spirit. It is, in fact, Spirit Man programming.

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1. During any given counseling session, the counselor or coach will often ask a client to “go inside” or “see inside” themselves, or “listen to the inside” of themselves. This is with the intent to see or hear what is happening with their parts and/or their supposed spirit parts. This is especially true of clients who are already suffering from dissociative disorders, but it can also be true of clients who do not have dissociative disorders at that time. This directive may be couched in different terms, such as “What’s happening with your spirit?” but since the spirit is created to be inside the body of a person, in order to “get in touch with one’s spirit,” it’s necessary to “go inside” oneself to do so. Whether or not the client is actually “getting in touch with their spirit” or not, the capacity to do this comes from the ability to dissociate, to one extent or another, and creates a hypnotic, meditative state within the client, producing an altered state of consciousness that can be achieved by anyone through meditation, whether they have a dissociative disorder or not.

(In later sessions, as this type of meditation becomes easier for the client to do, this begins to be identical to transcendental meditation, a practice that is facilitated by dissociation and opens a person up to the influence and possession of demonic spirits.)

Because of this altered state of consciousness that is achieved through a meditative state within the “deliverance counseling,” the client is dissociative to one degree or another, and is open to suggestion. It is at this point that it becomes very dangerous, as it is all-too easy to program an individual, as outlined in the next point, either intentionally or unintentionally.

2. All the elements within the Spirit Man teaching that involve splitting the spirit are alarmingly reminiscent of how programming basically works: the programmer, by inducing a state of altered consciousness or hypnosis (often through a trauma), splits off parts of the person’s psyche from the rest of their consciousness, giving the parts specific names and jobs. Each major part has their own personality, mind, will, and emotions, to one degree or another. This is identical to what the Spirit Man doctrine is doing to a person, with the counselor or coach acting as the programmer: they are inducing or encouraging an altered state of consciousness, and splitting off parts of their so-called spirit through suggestion. And just like with programming, the spirit-parts are then given names, personalities and jobs. This is not normal, this is not healing; this is programming.

3. If this were not enough, there is another alarming practice some counselors are implementing within this Spirit Man theology. They are encouraging people to visualize their spirit-parts as being on a carousel, rotating as needed, in order to create a particular alignment that will help each part of the spirit be up front as necessary. Although this type of programming within the Spirit Man theology is not being built through physical or psychic torture as it would through TBMC programming (see pages 325-326 in Chapter 7 of Springmeier and Wheeler’s book, The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave21), it is still programming people with an internal carousel to facilitate the switches from one “spirit-part” to another. Spirit Man counselors and advocates adamantly insist (almost overly-so) that this is not “switching” the way dissociative individuals can sometimes switch from one alter to another; but regardless of the state of their doublethink and regardless of all their doublespeak, what they are accurately describing is a switch between one so-called “spirit-part” and another so-called “spirit-part.” This is not normal, this is not healing; this is a description of dissociation, and very literally a description of programming.

4. The “spirit” itself is said to have it’s own mind, will, and emotions, separate from the person; and the presumed “parts” of this spirit are said to have individual minds, wills, and emotions separate from the other spirit parts and from the person themselves. Not only is this highly complicated (and reminiscent of a fractal, which will be discussed later in this chapter), it also describes what a severely dissociative individual goes through, with each part of the person believing themselves to be separate from the whole, with individual thoughts, wills, and emotions. This is a description of dissociation.

5. The Spirit Man teachings are also giving the so-called spirit parts individual personalities that are said to coincide with seven redemptive gifts. This is not normal and is not a description of healing and wholeness or a desire to be whole; this is a description of programming, of dissociation, and of a desire to continue in this state of brokenness.

6. The counselors and the individuals themselves continue to speak to each aspect of the alleged spirit by the different gift-names, reinforcing the separation of the seven different parts of the spirit. This is not normal or healthy; this is programming that is promoting and reinforcing dissociation.

7. In cases where the supposed seven parts of the spirit have integrated or united, and are supposedly working as one, the individual or the counselor will often call out a part of the spirit by the matching gift name, for one reason or another, reinforcing a split once again. With some people, the carousel programming helps facilitate this switch. This is programming and is encouraging a continued dissociation. It is not normal or healthy.

8. Severely dissociative individuals will most often be aware of an “inside world,” also known as a “system,” where the different parts of them reside when they are not taking control of the body. This is normal for individuals who are dissociative; this is not normal for non-dissociative individuals. However, when those who are non-dissociative are forced into a type of dissociation by this Spirit Man teaching, they can become aware of an “inner world” or a different realm where their alleged spirit parts reside. This is a sign of dissociation resulting from this Spirit Man programming, and it is not normal or healthy.

9. Just as a dissociative person can be unaware of the things their parts are doing or saying outside of their consciousness or control, so the non-dissociative person can suddenly find themselves to be unaware of the things their “spirit parts” are doing separate from their body and consciousness, until after the fact. This is a sign of dissociation as a result of the Spirit Man programming, and it is not normal or healthy.

10. Meditation and visualization often play a significant role in these “counseling” sessions, and since this Spirit Man teaching is opening up a person to demonic control and is forcing dissociation, often astral travel or projection is an unexpected consequence. These types of activities require a literal form of dissociation: a splitting away of the soul/spirit parts from the physical senses of the body or the body itself.

This is not wise, safe, or Biblically sound, but since this Spirit Man theology, and similar teachings, is also being used as the foundation for many other teachings that are promoting astral traveling/projecting, this is not seen as a negative, but as a positive. It’s celebrated as a “gift,” and repackaged under the name “spirit travel,” “traveling in the spirit,” or “seeing in the spirit.”

Important to Note: Students and teachers of esoteric, occult studies wouldn’t see this astral traveling/projecting as an unexpected consequence. They would see this as an expected consequence, as the same techniques of meditation and visualization in these charismatic “deliverance counseling” sessions are the same techniques taught within occult settings.

So regardless of whether the founder of this so-called “Spirit Man theology” continues to describe this as a “theology,” and regardless of whether advocates and proponents of this so-called “Spirit Man theology” believe that this is a Biblically sound doctrine to implement in a “deliverance counseling” situation, they are wrong. It is programming, plain and simple.

● Trauma-Bonding

If all these things weren’t proof enough, there is a particular troubling dynamic of this Spirit Man counseling that is identical to the same dynamic within trauma-based mind-control programming (TBMC). It is similar to the psychological phenomenon known as transference that can happen in any counseling situation. However, in the Spirit Man counseling, it is more similar to a trauma-bond that can occur in abusive situations, in that there is a strong emotional bond that has been created through trauma — in this case, the splitting of the so-called spirit, which at the least is a spiritual trauma.

The dynamic of a trauma-bond speaks to the peculiar relationship between the programmer/handler and the victim, whereby the victim becomes emotionally attached and dependent upon the programmer or handler; and whereby those emotional attachments and dependencies are encouraged by the programmer/handler and used as a way to control them, discouraging — and usually outright preventing — clear, independent thought and action by the victim. The feelings involved with this “trauma bonding” that the individual has towards the programmer or handler can include:

● An increased dependency (co-dependency) on the programmer or handler to make decisions for the individual; and at the same time, an inability or decreased capacity of the individual to make decisions for themselves, or the inability to trust their own judgements outside of the opinion of the programmer or handler.

○ This co-dependency is often misinterpreted by the individual as love, strong affection, or respect.

● A desperation to please the programmer or handler.

● Internalizing the emotions of the programmer or handler.

○ For example, sensing or knowing that the programmer or handler is not pleased, will cause the individual to wonder what they, the individual, did wrong.

○ Similarly, the individual will try to figure out a way to make the handler or programmer feel better, or fix any problems they may be having.

● Feelings of protection towards the programmer/handler and a strong desire to defend them against any threat, imagined or real.

● A fierce loyalty towards the programmer or handler.

● These feelings can often be tied up in sexual emotions and/or with unmet emotional needs, whereby the individual mentally or emotionally places the programmer/handler in the role of mother or father, spouse, or even giving them a god-like status. This is a type of psychological transference.

We have noticed the tendency with some clients within this “deliverance counseling” to have some or all the above markers of a trauma-bond with their respective counselor/coach. This is a very uncomfortable situation for the individual, stirring up and heightening insecurity and fear. It is not conducive to the healing process at all. In spite of this, however, we have seen some counselors/coaches actually encourage these unhealthy emotions in various ways, depending upon the individual personalities of the clients, including intentionally stirring up jealousy and competition between the clients, who are vying for the attention, acceptance, and affirmation of the counselor/coach. While this behavior in a professed “coach or counselor” is egregious and reprehensible, it is not surprising since, by the very nature of the Spirit Man theology, the Spirit Man counselor is acting in the same way a programmer or handler would.

■ Point Five — Promotes Delusion

Throughout the majority of this book, we speak of “delusion” as the Bible defines it in 2 Thessalonians 2:11 (delusion: error, sin, lie, deceit). But it must be mentioned here that in some instances with this Spirit Man doctrine, there are individuals who are suffering from mental illnesses and are delusional, seeing and traveling to places that are only within their own imagination. In other words, they are living in unreality, not necessarily through fault of their own. They are not actually going anywhere, or seeing anything, other than what is happening in their own mind. Unfortunately, in this Spirit Man counseling, there doesn’t always seem to be a differentiation between this type of mental delusion and reality. Instead, delusion (unreality) is commonly celebrated as truth, whether it is true or not.

There are also those people who suffer from other types of mental illness and/or disorders who may truthfully be traveling or seeing things “in the spirit realms,” but because of their illness or disorder, they are unable to stay grounded in reality, and have a tendency to wander into fantasy (a type of “delusion”) through no fault of their own, unable to tell the difference between what is real and what is imagined, especially when triggered or prompted by this type of “Spirit Man deliverance counselor.” The Spirit Man counseling only reinforces their inability to stay focused in the physical realm as God has intended, and inhibits their ability to differentiate between what is real and what is not real, and what is physical and what is spiritual. Instead, the Spirit Man counseling encourages and fosters this type of delusion, whereby their mind is stuck in this realm or that realm, real or imagined, unable to properly focus on the necessary physical tasks of everyday normal living.

Even with those who have had experience in seeing and traveling to places within spirit realms through demonic means, and have no obvious or known mental illness, and seem to not be prone to delusion (fantasy or unreality), the Spirit Man teachings are encouraging these types of astral travel to continue, rather than encouraged to cease. This is particularly true of the “Shining One” doctrine, but also true of other charismatic teachings, such as “Courtrooms” and “Heavenly Realms.” All these will be explained further down in this book.

Likewise, in certain situations with some individuals, the pressure to see or travel to places “in the spirit” leads to a type of delusion, whereby fabulous tales of traveling to this realm and that realm grow exponentially, leading the listener to wonder if such stories are simply fabricated by a mind that has become delusional.

This is not wholeness. This is not healing.

■ Point Six — Demonic Possession

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The “splitting of the spirit” is a spiritual trauma that opens the gateways (doors) to demonic possession. This is because the individual is purposefully opening themselves up for a spirit to take control. They are giving their will (permission) to another — outside of their own conscious, sound mind — and allowing another entity to take full control of them. Since this is not Scripturally sound, and is, in fact, in direct opposition to what Scripture actually teaches, this is opening a gateway for demons to enter, and assume control of the individual through the so-called spirit man.

This demonic control enters in one of three ways:

● Through confused and deceived soul part/s that believe themselves to be the “spirit,” that the demons take control of.

○ This is more common with dissociative individuals, but as stated before, this entire Spirit Man teaching is forcing or creating more dissociation.

● Through occult alters, who are already demonically controlled, taking the role of “spirit.”

○ This is common with dissociative individuals who have gone through satanic/sadistic ritual abuse (SRA) and/or trauma-based mind-control programming (TBMC).

● Or the demons themselves simply saunter in through the open gateways that the individual flung wide open, make themselves right at home, and take control, deceiving the person into thinking they are the human spirit.

This demonic control can be facilitated in a much faster way by implementing techniques found in other teachings, such as Gateways and Seat of Dominion. These will be detailed later.

■ Point Seven — Parallel Occult Teachings

Further research into this Spirit Man teaching shows that not only is it fundamentally a type of mind-control programming, but it is also identical to certain occult teachings. This should be no surprise, since mind-control programming is based on occult doctrine.

These types of esoteric teachings are usually studied over many years, and understanding comes over time, so there are too many connections to explain in one short book. Furthermore, it is our desire to point people to the Bible, and to expose occult doctrine, not teach occult doctrine. However, with the intent to expose the occult teaching that have infiltrated into Christianity, in particular certain doctrines (such as the “Spirit Man”) that are being promoted through the charismatic movement, here are a few examples that are easily explained, more-or-less. Even if you do not understand everything here, it is enough to be aware that these teachings have their roots in the occult, so if you come across these teachings in “Christian” circles, you will hopefully have some understanding of where they are coming from.

● Spiritual Centers or Chakras22

Different occult groups will have slightly different teachings on spiritual centers or chakras, and the wording is sometimes different. However, they are all speaking to the same basic principles and commonly pull in the following as being part of the overall teaching:

1. The centers/chakras parallel the 7 major parts of the endocrine system.

2. The centers/chakras are tied into personality traits.

3. Each center/chakra has a special color that represents that center: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet (colors of the rainbow, in order from the lowest center to the highest).

4. The centers/chakras are tied into healing, growth, maturity, and a spiritual evolution as one learns to attain mastery over each center.

5. The centers/chakras are spoken of as being gateways that one must learn to cleanse, unblock, or open.

6. Each individual center or chakra is related to the others, and they are all inextricably tied together.

7. Related to point 6, aligning the chakras or spiritual centers is speaking to a “fractal spirituality” or a “universal oneness with the divine.” As each person aligns their “centers,” they are linking to a type of “Christ Consciousness,” achieving a unity or universal oneness with others who are doing the same thing.

Similarly, the Spirit Man teachings are using the following concepts as part of the overall teaching:

1. The spirit parts parallel the 7 major parts of the endocrine system.

2. The spirit parts have personality traits that come from the “redemptive gifts.”

3. Each part of the spirit is represented by a color that is identical to the colors of the chakras/centers: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet (colors of the rainbow, in order from the first spirit part to the last).

4. Through speaking to the spirit man (in particular, the more dominant spirit part), one can find healing, growth and maturity. The ultimate goal is for the spirit to “manifest” (this term is being used in place of “spiritual evolution”), although this teaching is more obvious in the “Manifest Sons of God” or the “Shining Ones” doctrine that has its foundation in the fractal/quantum spirituality that is found in the Spirit Man theology.

5. Gateways of the body, soul, and spirit are spoken of as entry points that need to be kept clean and open.

6. Each part of the spirit is related to the next, and they are all inextricably tied together, much like a fractal. Fractals are also being spoken of in the sense of patterns, particularly patterns of seven: 7 parts of the spirit (being used in the same way that “centers” are being used), 7 redemptive gifts, 7 parts of the endocrine system, 7 pieces of furniture, 7 days of creation, et cetera.

7. The idea of fractals as a part of “fractal spirituality” is foundational to the Spirit Man doctrine, a point that is detailed below. Although they are not always expressly using the term “fractal spirituality,” they are describing fractal spirituality (or, “quantum spirituality”) as the way a personal “unity or oneness with God” can be achieved, as well as the way “unity within the body of Christ” can be achieved. The terms “the mind of Christ” and “coming into agreement with” are also terms being used to describe this unity.

The Spirit Man doctrine and all the surrounding elements are identical to occult teachings on chakras or spiritual centers, and with a false unity known as “Christ Consciousness.” This unity is false because it does not come from the true God, and is a unity with the spirit of the antichrist and with Satan’s plan to manifest the final Antichrist into the physical realm. The language has been tweaked a bit to appeal to a “Christian” crowd, but the principles being taught are exactly the same.

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● Fractals

Though the idea behind fractals is simple, they are infinitely complex in the fact that the same pattern is repeated in increasing and decreasing ratios, causing every component to be related to and connected to the other.

Examples of Fractals in Art and Nature

Geometrical design created using fractals.23

6 levels of the Sierpinski triangle fractal.24

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The following is an example of a fractal occurring in nature with a Romanesco broccoli, showing a self-similar form:25

The following is an example that shows how trees have a fractal design that is naturally occurring, in that each component is self-similar.26

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Aside from mathematical, technological, and art applications of fractals, and aside from naturally-occurring examples of fractals, there are also occult applications of fractals. They are also connected to “sacred geometry.” However, the concept and use of fractals isn’t necessarily “bad,” in and of itself. For instance, holistic medicine uses the notion of fractals, in a sense, when treating an individual for whole health throughout the body, which in turn affects the mind and emotions. While we do not negate the common-sense and practicality of this application, and we are believers in certain paths of holistic healing that do not contradict with Scripture,27 there are grave concerns with the occult “fractal or quantum spirituality” that has creeped into and has now overtaken many Christian circles.

● For Further Research on Fractal/Quantum Spirituality:

○ “Quantum Mysticism in the Church” (Christian source – highly recommended)

www.apprising.org/2012/05/30/quantum-mysticism-in-the-church/

○ “2012 Symbols and signs — The Universal System Never Fails to Connect Everything” (Occult source)

www.ascendingstarseed.wordpress.com/2012/06/11/2012-symbols-and-signs-the-universal-system-never-fails-to-connect-everything/

○ “Electric Tension and Sacred Space — Part 3” (Occult source)

www.lucistrust.org/the_electric_bridge/electric_tension_and_sacred_space_part_3

But in an attempt to keep things focused for the purposes of this book and to avoid splintering off into every related topic, we will look at just a couple of aspects on fractals, specifically in why they are used in mind-control programming and why they are being used in the Spirit Man teachings.

Please Note: this is a very basic explanation, and it does not delve into every aspect of fractal spirituality, nor does it touch on every aspect of how and why fractals are used in mind-control programming. That would take a much larger book, and one that we are not qualified to write.

Furthermore, for the ease of writing and reading, we, the authors, are using the term “fractal programming.” We are not aware of this term being used by anyone else, and there may be a better term for it other than fractal “programming.” But since we are describing what it does, we have to name it something; therefore, this is the name we have given to it for now. We are aware that fractals may not technically be an actual “programming script” in and of itself, although, because of our experiences, we do believe that in some cases, they can be. However, the idea behind fractals are certainly used within mind-control programming. So since the object of programming is to control people’s minds; and since, as we will show, fractals are making that control possible through the fractal spirituality of certain programming scripts, such as Spirit Man theology; therefore, for these reasons, we call the fractal spirituality found within such teachings to be “fractal programming.”

The idea behind fractals is used in mind-control programming in various ways and for different reasons. One reason is because by using the concept of fractals (ever-repeating patterns), they are able to easily create layers of programming that can be self-perpetuating. These layers also serve to keep programming hidden, and if the programming begins to be uncovered, the fractal programming can then cause confusion and create distraction, acting as a logic-loop, of sorts, keeping the person from accessing real and true memories. The fractal programming can also trigger a logic-loop within the individual, causing them, for instance, to get tied up in repeating a particular thought-pattern either verbally or mentally (for example, “I want to go home”), or stuck in a particular way of thinking (for example, “I will never be able to finish or accomplish anything on my own”), or a pattern of actions (for example, being inexplicably drawn to the same types of people who are acting as handlers, or drawn to particular situations that cause retraumatization). This can be done without the individual even realizing it, or without being able to control it, because such is the nature of mind-control programming.

The concept of fractals are also used as a component of outside or remote programming, because mind-control programming is basically programming the mind the way a computer would be programmed. For example, an individual can be purposefully triggered by another person in the physical into doing something they have previously been programmed to do (for example, continuing to seek out situations that keep them traumatized), and the logic-loop of the fractals will prevent them from being able to control their response or to even understand what is happening. Or, through demonic connections that have been implanted through the initial programming and kept in place by the logic-loop of fractals, the individual can be remotely accessed and given a new order (for example, an assignment to do something in the physical or astral realms). Again, these things can be done without the person being consciously aware it is happening, or without being about to control their response, because such is the nature of mind-control programming.

However, for the purposes of this book, we are going to bring in another aspect of this programming: it can also be achieved in the spirit world, through demonic programming, when a person opens themselves up to demonic control. The Spirit Man doctrine is doing just this through “Fractal Spirituality.”

Although not always expressly named as such in esoteric literature and teachings, fractal spirituality is described within certain occult concepts. Aside from the examples found in the web pages we have cited above, one familiar example is, “As above so below, and as within so without” in that everything in the Below is a reflection and a repetition of everything in the Above, and vice versa; and what is Within is reflected and repeated in what is Without, and vice versa. Essentially this is saying that “God” (or, the divine source) is everything and everything is “God” (the divine source), because everything is interconnected and self-similar. This is describing the concept of fractals: everyone in the “below” is connected and self-similar to the whole consciousness in the “above” and is a reflection and a piece of that whole, and the consciousness from “above” is a reflection and a part of the individual pieces in the “below.” One can’t exist without the other, and fractal spirituality expresses the idea that by each person focusing on aligning themselves and coming into agreement with the whole, the whole becomes stronger, more effective, and more visible. This is a type of spiritual evolution, to come into a type of “unity” that is described as “global consciousness” or “world consciousness,” and is achieved through this fractal spirituality. (Alice A. Bailey of Lucis Trust spoke of a “world consciousness” in some of her writings. See “Classifications of Christian Witches.”)

Important to Note

Many Christians describe and practice this same “as above so below” concept by misusing the biblical concept of “on earth as it is in Heaven.” In the past this has most often been done by twisting scripture they claim speaks to the “will of God,” or by claiming to have a “fresh new revelation from God,” and they declare it on earth with the intent to manifest the spiritual into the physical. Bluntly put, they are practicing witchcraft to try to force God to do what they want Him to do. Often times it is a matter of the heart and where their focus is: on the will of God or on their own human will. Frequently, Christians are practicing this innocently, without realizing it, because of religious scripts they have been programmed with through faulty doctrines they have learned, often from an early age.

Now, however, this is being widely practiced in a more overtly occult way, through doctrines such as “Spirit Man,” “Manifest Sons of God,” “little gods,” and “Shining Ones.” It speaks to a spiritual evolution they usually call “manifestation,” not only of the god-like stature they claim to have, but also a so-called manifestation of the kingdom on earth. This concept is further explained throughout this this book.

Fractal spirituality also describes the concept behind “Christ Consciousness.” This is a term being used by some occultists that describes a state of being in conscious agreement with and aligning oneself with Lucifer’s plan to bring about the “reappearance of the Christ” (the final antichrist). Christ Consciousness is using the same principles behind “global consciousness,” whereby large groups of people focus their minds on the same goals in order to influence the world at large, through the power of agreement. Occultists (spiritualists and mystics) often refer to the “thinning of the veil” as being the result of the process of coming into agreement with and finding unity in “the Christ Consciousness.” The thinning of the veil involves enlightened individuals who — through a process of purification, learning, and initiation — have achieved or are achieving the essence of spiritual evolution through their enlightenment, causing them to connect to and come into alignment with (via fractal spirituality) this “Christ Consciousness” through the power of agreement, ultimately bringing about the reappearance of “the Christ” and a supposed peace on earth.

How This Relates to the Spirit Man Doctrine

One part of the Spirit Man teaching that is supposed to quickly facilitate this “healing and alignment of the person through the spirit man,” are teachings on fractals. There are a lot of different types of fractals that are talked about (Fractals of Two, Fractals of Three, Fractals of Five, Fractals of Seven, et cetera), and at first glance, much of it doesn’t make any sense as actually speaking of a fractal in any way, spiritual or otherwise. It seems in some cases the term fractal is being used, when the right word to use would simply be pattern. But therein lies the danger: the seemingly elementary way of looking at and discussing fractals within the Spirit Man doctrine is giving the impression that this teaching on fractals is harmless, when in fact, it is not.

One way the concept of fractals are introduced is in the sense that each “system” of the body/soul/spirit is separate but whole; individual, but interdependent and interrelated. They are inextricably connected. In other words, spirit-part A depends upon spirit-part B and part B depends upon part A, because part A is part of B and B is part of A. Therefore, by focusing on the part of the so-called spirit that is dominant (stronger) and ministering to (giving attention to) that part, with time it’s believed to start a domino-type effect, automatically bringing every other part into a more whole and healed state-of-being. It is a divide/multiply effect, similar to how a fractal is created.

Much of the teachings on fractals seem to center around a more “holistic” approach to healing, and on the surface, this may seem harmless. But when we understand that the “fractal spirit man” is being used as an avenue to bring about a so-called spiritual healing and is leading straight into a “fractal spirituality,” we can begin to see where this teaching is not harmless, especially if we understand what is actually happening to a person through this Spirit Man doctrine.

Reminder: it is creating trauma by splitting the spirit, programming those parts, and opening the person up to demonic possession.

So it should be quite troubling when we bring fractals into the equation. And since the so-called spirit man is either a demon or a demonically-controlled part of the person, a question is begging to be asked:

Question: What is happening to this demon or demonically-controlled part that is being given so much attention?

Answer: Like a fractal that is multiplying and growing, it is getting stronger, starting a domino-effect within the person, creating more space for more demonic spirits to come in and inhabit, exercising dominion over every area of the individual’s life. And by using the concept of fractal spirituality, individuals are opening themselves up to this fractal programming through the Spirit Man theology.

Question: Who is doing the fractal programming with this Spirit Man doctrine?

Answer: Although this programming is being facilitated by another individual within a “Spirit Man” counseling situation (often a so-called “deliverance counselor or coach”), just like with trauma-based mind-control programming, demons and/or fallen angels are coming along with that programming, and those demonic entities are the ones actually carrying out the fractal programming, controlling the person through the fractal spirituality that is foundational to this “Spirit Man theology.”

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Question: What are the effects of this fractal programming?

Answer: Programming through the fractal spirituality is fulfilling two purposes in particular.

1. Fractal programming is creating a “logic loop,” fostering an atmosphere of self-perpetuated delusion. As a result, it is very difficult for the person to logically think themselves out of the deception of the “Spirit Man” theology and similar doctrines, and the fractal spirituality that comes along with it. In particular, there is an inability to read and understand Scripture within context, and an inability to clearly hear the voice of the true God. Since they have given control of their mind, will, and emotions over to what is presumed to be the “human spirit” and are focusing on listening to the voice of a spirit that is different than the Spirit of God, they have opened themselves up to being perpetually programmed with this Luciferian doctrine, rather than opening themselves up to the Spirit of the true God and being transformed through the renewal of the mind. (Romans 12:2) Because they have not loved the truth, they have been given over to delusion, and this seems to be a true, modern-day fulfillment of 2 Thessalonians 2:9-12:

“Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, and with all delusion of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: that they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.” (KJV)

2. This fractal programming, through fractal spirituality, is connecting the individual to and aligning them with the “Christ Consciousness,” and this “unity” is intended to be the avenue through which the final Antichrist will physically enter into this earthly dimension.

Proponents of the Spirit Man and related teachings, including Shining Ones, Manifest Sons, Courtrooms of Heaven, Gateways, et cetera, as well as other doctrines that are based on fractal spirituality, will often use different terms to describe the concept of fractal spirituality, but this is, in fact, foundational to their false doctrine and how they are achieving a “unity with Christ” or a “unity in the Body of Christ.” One charismatic teaching that is descriptive of how fractal spirituality is being used is “In Christ.”28 The idea behind this teaching is that Jesus Christ is both a person and a realm; and people, too, not only have a physical body, but are a spiritual realm as well. When we are “in Christ,” our realm is inside and interacts with the realm of Christ; and when Christ is “in us,” his realm is inside and interacts with our realm. This is a description of a fractal, where the “divine source” they are calling “Christ” is part of and reflecting inside each person, and each person is part of and reflecting inside the “divine source.” On the surface, this teaching may sound biblical and Christian. However, it is, in fact, teaching fractal spirituality, and fractal spirituality is being used as a springing board for all sorts of doctrines of demons.

So while deceived Christians and conscious occult infiltrators will call this unity “the mind of Christ,” or claim it is a “unity within the body of Christ,” or a unity that is found “in Christ,” when they are using this fractal spirituality to achieve such a “unity,” and when the foundation of their unity is built upon doctrines of demons (such as the Spirit Man doctrine), this is a unity that is literally connecting and joining them to the spirit of the antichrist, and not the true Jesus Christ.


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The Lie of Fractal Spirituality and the Spirit Man Doctrine”
Illustration by Tim Baker
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The Truth of Fractal Spirituality and the Spirit Man Doctrine”
Illustration by Tim Baker

● Emanationism: Scripture Warns Against Fractals

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The Scheme of The Universe” 29 This sketch accurately illustrates the idea behind Emanationism and other related theories on fractal spirituality (including “As Above So Below”), by showing the “Absolute” reflecting in the universe and also reflecting in the center of the person.

There are four Scriptures in the New Testament that specifically warn against this doctrine of fractal spirituality. They are: 1 Timothy 1:4, 1 Timothy 4:7, 2 Timothy 4:4, and Titus 1:14.

1 Timothy 1: 3-4 — “As I urged you on my departure to Macedonia, you should stay on at Ephesus to instruct certain men not to teach false doctrines or devote themselves to myths and endless genealogies, which promote speculation rather than the stewardship of God’s work, which is by faith.” (BSB)

1 Timothy 4:7 — “But reject irreverent and silly myths. Instead, train yourself for godliness.” (BSB)

2 Timothy 4:3-4 — “For the time will come when men will not tolerate sound doctrine, but with itching ears they will gather around themselves teachers to suit their own desires. So they will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths.” (BSB)

Titus 1:13-14 — “This testimony is true. Therefore rebuke them sternly, so that they will be sound in the faith, and will pay no attention to Jewish myths or to the commands of men who have rejected the truth.” (BSB)

Definition:

Myth: an idle tale, fable, fanciful story.

● In the context of these verses: the fictions of the Jewish theosophists and Gnostics, especially concerning the emanations and orders of the aeons (Thayer’s Greek Lexicon).30

The myths that Paul was speaking of had to do with “emanations and the orders of the aeons.” So what does Emanationism have to do with fractals? Everything. The New World Encyclopedia states:

“Emanationism is the doctrine that describes all existence as emanating (Latin emanare, “to flow from”) from God, the First Reality, First Absolute, or Principle. Essentially, emanationism holds that all things proceed from one divine substance in a progression or series, where each reality arises from the previous one.”31 (emphasis added)

In case it isn’t clear, Emanationism is a basic description of fractal spirituality, where everything in the series flows from or is derived from the original source. As we outline in this book, many new age, occult teachings hold to these same beliefs, and although charismatics don’t always use the term “emanationism” or the term “fractal spirituality,”32 many of their doctrines and teachings are built upon these very concepts.

The New World Encyclopedia description on Emanationism continues:

“The lowest level is matter, the material world. Every derived being is regarded as being less perfect than the level it proceeded from, its brightness and perfection varying from its distance from the divine Source. In emanating these lower levels, the Source itself loses none of its perfection and is not diminished.”

So then, an “evolution of consciousness” in the occult sense is to find the way back to the “divine Source.” This is done by tapping into the unity of the “divine Source” through the demonic programming found within fractal spirituality. Fractal spirituality is speaking to this “reflection of the divine” within humanity, and by having a large group of people tapping into this “divine Source” and becoming a more perfect reflection, the “divine” will eventually manifest on earth. This is speaking to the unified effort of that portion of humanity who are working, consciously or unconsciously, to come into agreement and bring about the manifestation of the final Antichrist and his kingdom.

Christians practicing the occult (either consciously or unconsciously) are using this same occult concept of “evolution of consciousness,” but are using Christian language to describe their efforts. The following are some of the terms and phrases they use:33

Advancement/Promotion

○ Also, graduation.

○ This advancement/promotion/graduation is related to “revelation.” In other words, as the individual learns more (has greater revelations) about the “mechanics of the supernatural” and how to engage in and operate out of the supernatural, they advance spiritually, or receive a promotion, or graduate into a higher level of learning.

○ Is also commonly used in the context of a spiritual promotion and weapon upgrade, for the purpose of more advanced spiritual warfare.

● Awakening

○ of gifts

○ of or in the spirit

○ of the senses

○ spiritual awakening

● Building up the spirit man

● Develop/developing

○ the human spirit

○ gifts or abilities

○ Used in the same context as occult teachings on “ascension, manifesting, developing, evolving/evolution,” especially in regards to the “manifestation of the human spirit”

● Manifestation

○ of the kingdom

○ of the sons of God

○ of the spirit

● Understanding of the “deeper things of God”

○ Is referring to mysteries of Scripture in the occult sense, and supposed new revelation from God, that is actually old occult doctrines repackaged in a “Christian” box.

The attitude of many Christians who fall prey to occult doctrine boils down to the same attitude of the “Old versus New,” whereby the foundational teachings of Christianity are destroyed and replaced with occult doctrines.

→ Old: confession, repentance, and renunciation
New: declaration, visualization, and manifestation

→ Old: crucifying the flesh
New: building up the alleged “human spirit”

→ Old: conforming and submitting to the will of God by taking up the cross and following Jesus Christ (“Not my will, but Thy will be done.” Luke 22:42)
New: rejection of the cross and of following Jesus Christ, by following their own will

→ Old: alignment with the standards of the Word of God and conforming to the nature of Jesus Christ through the work of the Holy Spirit
New: through the deception of the “Spirit Man” theology, they are aligning with and giving control of themselves to a different spirit that is conforming them to the nature of that spirit

→ Old: living a life of humble service to the true God
New: engaging in spiritual battles, building personal realms, talking to and commanding angels, et cetera

The “old” way is God-centered, the “new” way is man-centered.

● How to Find Freedom

Finding freedom from the programing found within fractal spirituality that is hooking you up to the spirit of the antichrist sounds like it might be complicated, but it’s really not. If there is an interdependency between the parts, logic says: “Cut the connection!” If A can’t survive without B who can’t survive without A, then cut the connection, and both die. In other words, cut yourself off from these “spirit parts,” close the doors, kick them out, don’t allow them access any longer. How? Through prayer to Creator God, the true God.

Since finding freedom applies not only to this chapter, “Spirit Man,” but also to the next chapter, “Shining Ones,” we have addressed this topic separately in Section Four, “Finding Freedom.”


C. Review

The “Spirit Man” theology is nothing more than “Spirit Man programming,” and it is based upon the idea behind fractals (what we are calling “fractal programming”), connecting the individual to the spirit of the antichrist. This fractal programming is facilitated through the Spirit Man doctrine (as well as other doctrines that teach fractal spirituality), and is being carried out by demons, who have been given control over a person’s mind, will, and emotions through such doctrines of demons. Fractal programming is used in two main ways:

1. Fractal programming is used as one way to more securely connect people to the spirit of the antichrist and a false unity in preparation for the appearance of the final Antichrist.

2. Fractal programming is also keeping the victims tied in a perpetual “logic-loop,” fostering an atmosphere of self-perpetuated delusion. Confusion and distraction are keeping them unable to logically think themselves out of the deception of this false unity, in particular by being unable to read Scripture with understanding and the inability to clearly hear the voice of the true God.

There is nothing wrong with purposefully and intentionally encouraging and blessing one another and speaking love and goodness and truth into someone’s life. However, in order to minister healing to the the whole person, it is not necessary, wise, or Biblically sound to split the spirit from the soul/body, divide the spirit into seven parts, and to encourage the so-called “human spirit” to take control of the individual. In fact, to do this is not only against Scripture, but is extremely dangerous, and is:

1. creating a spiritual trauma;

2. creating and promoting a type of dissociation for those who are not normally dissociative;

3. promoting greater dissociation for those who are already dissociative;

4. opening people up to demonic possession;

5. connecting individuals to a New Age “Christ Consciousness” through the fractal spirituality found within this Spirit Man programming, which, in turn, is paving the way for the final antichrist to physically appear;

6. creating an atmosphere of perpetual delusion that is infinitely multiplying itself through the fractal programming that is the foundation for the Spirit Man programming.

We are to be led by the Spirit of God, not controlled and led by our human spirit.


1This is explained in the section titled, “An Overview to Understanding Dissociation and D.I.D.

3We offer these web addresses for your research and to verify that what we say is true, but we especially do not recommend listening to any of the audio that is offered. We have received negative reports from people who say they have listened to them.

5Aside from the personal experiences of the authors, professional sources in this section include:

  1. Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders. (2013, October 14). Retrieved from www.mentalhealthamerica.net/conditions/dissociation-and-dissociative-disorders.

  2. Dissociative Disorders. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.nami.org/Learn-More/Mental-Health-Conditions/Dissociative-Disorders.

  3. What Are Dissociative Disorders? (2016, January). Retrieved from www.psychiatry.org/patients-families/dissociative-disorders/what-are-dissociative-disorders.

6Retrieved from Merriam-Webster (www.merriam-webster.com) and Dictionary.com (www.dictionary.com/)

7See: “Supernatural Realms — the Origin.”

8Retrieved from Merriam-Webster (www.merriam-webster.com) and Dictionary.com (www.dictionary.com/)

9Bible Search: self control. (n.d.). Retrieved from www.biblehub.net/searchstrongs.php?q=self%2Bcontrol.

10Strong’s Greek: 1467. ἐγκρατεύομαι (egkrateuomai). (n.d.). Retrieved from www.biblehub.com/greek/1467.htm

11Strong’s Greek: 1466. ἐγκράτεια (egkrateia). (n.d.). Retrieved from www.biblehub.com/greek/1466.htm

12See also: “Jesus” and “Jesus Programming.”

13Related reading: Seat of Dominion

14Related reading: “Finding Freedom,” “How to Pray,” and “Spiritual Warfare According to Scripture.”

15Koch, Kurt E. Demonology Past and Present. Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 1973. 96-101.

16Koch, Kurt E. Occult ABC. Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel Publications, 1978. 135,137.

17Retrieved from Merriam-Webster (www.merriam-webster.com)

18Article for research: 14 Persuasive Sales Words and Phrases Every Sales Rep Should Use. www.tenfold.com/automatic-lead-distribution/persuasive-sales-words-phrases

19Retrieved from Merriam-Webster (www.merriam-webster.com) and Dictionary.com (www.dictionary.com/)

20Retrieved from Merriam-Webster (www.merriam-webster.com)

21Springmeier, F., and C. Wheeler. Chapter Seven: The Science of Structuring. The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave. Clackamas: Springmeier & Wheeler, 1996. 325-326. Web. www.loveforlife.com.au/files/total_mind_controlled.pdf.

22See also: “Seat of Dominion.”

24Image retrieved from: www.openclipart.org/detail/234094/sierpinski-triangle-6-levels

27For research: “The Many Paths of Holistic Medicine” www.nauhsrc.com/the-many-paths-of-holistic-medicine/

28Related reading: “Realms

29Collin, R. (2010, October 07). Fig 16 The Scheme of The Universe. The Theory of Celestial Influence — Man, The Universe and Cosmic Mystery. Web. www.holybooks.com/theory-celestial-influence/

30Strong’s Greek: 3454. μῦθος (muthos). Web. www.biblehub.com/str/greek/3454.htm

31Emanationism. (2013, September 20). New World Encyclopedia. Retrieved from www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Emanationism.

32The term “quantum spirituality” is becoming more popular within charismatic circles, but “quantum spirituality” means the same thing as “fractal spirituality.”

33For a fuller list of terms and phrases used by Christian occultists, refer to the Glossary.

 


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