Multiple Murder and Demonic Possession

Since the advent of the massacre which took place in Aurora, CO. at the premier of “The Dark Knight Rises” movie, I’ve taken a brief sojourn from my usual posting to take a look at the possibility that the shooter may have been demonically influenced to commit this atrocity. This, in view of the question in everyone’s minds of “Why? What was his motive? My response, as a Christian, is that there is a good likelihood that this man’s motive may have been inspired by these evil forces intruding on his thought processes, which he acted out by this violent behavior.

In the process of researching this on the Internet, I came across this fascinating website and information:


  I am neither advocating this book and information, however, neither am I trying to debunk it, but rather, merely posting the link here for your perusal, and food for thought. However, it is my believe that according to scripture, demons do exist and are sometimes able to influence people’s behavior and mindset. Jesus Himself, according to the gospel accounts cast out demons from many of those so afflicted.

You may read this book online.

2 comments on “Multiple Murder and Demonic Possession

  1. Scarlett says:

    Addendum to my original post here. I believe all these murders ,and possibly more, are linked to the same entities, as described in the book from
    The dots continue to be connected.

  2. Scarlett says:

    This is a fascinating paragraph in this book in which the author states,
    “The public must be able to travel freely in a democratic society”.

    I couldn’t agree more. To me, it’s of extreme importance that we should not have to have constant surveillance to protect us from perceived boogie men, real or imagined.

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