"Whether disillusioned by the self-imposed
blinders and myopia of contemporary "science," or
frustrated by the moral bankruptcy of unbridled
materialism, increasing numbers of desperate
people are now seeking "answers" outside the realm
of natural phenomena and are pursuing the
supernatural. The anguished plea of the
disenfranchised now begs the question, "Is there
anyone out there?"
Beyond the beguiling allure
of many contemporary forms of ancient paganism,
such as New Age, Wicca, and others, many people
have become attracted to a form of Hebrew
mysticism known as Kabbalah. The popular press is
speckled with articles of prominent Hollywood
personalities who have taken up a popular
contemporary version of Kabbalah
particularly paradoxical to find these occultic
practices embedded within Judaism, despite the
numerous explicit prohibitions against all forms
of the occult recorded throughout the very Torah
that is so highly venerated among the Jews. . .
. . .Anyone with a modicum of Biblical
literacy should realize that occult practices are
expressly prohibited in the Scriptures. Scripture
condemns by name spiritism, mediumism
(channeling), and necromancy, and various forms
of sorcery and divination, including astrology and
magic. In ancient Israel, divination was a capital
crime; if someone was caught casting a horoscope,
or other occultic practice, they were put to
Because God is jealous of His uniqueness, and He
alone knows what the future holds. To intrude on
His office is to attempt to intrude on His glory.
Occult activity also courts deception and betrayal
from the demonic realm, and promotes evil under
the guise of legitimate religious practice. Occult
involvement will eventually lead to eternal
judgment for those who refuse to forsake it."
Running Time Approximately 120 Minutes.