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The spot between your two eyes is known by occultists as the THIRD EYE, which is not at all an inacurate description of what may be described as a spiritual organ. As explained in my book, The Occult, and especially in chapters 4, 5, and 6, human beings possess what is called soul energy, soul power or psychic power. This energy or power, which is latent in the flesh and not the spirit, cannot be taken with us when we die. It belongs solely to our physical bodies. Furthermore, when it is released, it is often confused by Christians (and particularly charismatic Christians) for the Ruach haQodesh or Holy Spirit. The two are not the same. Many of the manifestations we are seeing in some of the so-called 'revivals' such as Toronto, Pensacola, and others, are mediated by psychic powers which we have been forbidden by God to use. Following the fall of Adam, it was sealed within us because of the enornmous dangers that man might place himself in should he use it in an unredeemed state. THE WHOLE DRIVE OF SATANISM AND THE OCCULT IS THE RELEASE OF THIS POWER FOR THE USE OF DEMONS. Please note this well: All demonic power is derived from HUMAN psychic energy which has been released illegally through the occult arts such as Yoga, Meditation, Tantric Sex, Mediumship, Divination, Martial arts, and so forth. Satan does not possess any power of his own - he steals is from people by causing them to break the commandments and so lose Yahweh's Seal of Protection over their psychic energy.
Christians operated in the power of the RUACH HAQODESH (HOLY SPIRIT) and not psychic energy. The spiritual organ known as the "third eye" is the tool which allows mental energy to be used for supernatural purposes, including telekinetics (moving objects around), claivoyance (reading people's minds), healing, and so forth. As you will know from your school lessons in Biology, the human brain is mostly dormant - we use only a tiny fraction of its potential. And the reason for this is that those 'silent' areas of the brain were created for this kind of use IN A SIN-FREE WORLD. The powers inherent in these parts of the brain were almost certainly used by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, but after the Fall, Yahweh-Elohim, our Heavenly Father, sealed up this power because He knew that Satan would try to appropriate it for himself. The whole demonic realm is fuelled by these powers in both human beings and in animals. That is why ritual murder - which releases enprmous quantities of this energy - figures so strongly in devil-worship. It was what demons feed on. The breaking of Yahweh's Commandments - His Torah - gives demons the legal right to appropriate this energy which literally "leaks" out of our body like the leak in a nuclear reactor. The opening, and use, of the Third Eye - which has been forbidden by Yahweh until a future time when sin is no longer present, and the demonic hosts have been bound - is therefore strictly forbidden. In its place, the Redeemed have been given the RUACH ELOHIM - the Spirit of God.
If you have been involved in the occult and have opened your Third Eye - consciously or unconsciously (if you have, you will have clairvoyant and prophetic gifts mediated by demons) - then your first task is to close it. You don't need it. The "third eye" of the saved soul in this world is the Holy Spirit. A Christian who has his or her Third Eye still open will get visions, guidance and revelation from both demons and God!
just because one Christian radical/uninformed man writes bs like this doesn't mean the whole religion is for narrow-minded "sheep".
Originally posted by jp1111
According to Hinduism, a deity named Lord Shiva has a third eye which represents wisdom and spirituality. Whenever he opens his third eye, destruction happens. He opens his third eye only in times of extreme anger. He is also known as the "Lord of destruction." I am not much of a religious person and so I can't elaborate on that, but there might be a link.