Friday, March 7th 2014

 

Ellen DeGeneres’ new $40 million home – haunted by ghosts?

 

Ellen DeGeneres, wildly popular talk show host and outspoken lesbian, has demons – at least her house does. Now, before you start crying “homophobic” this has nothing to do with her sexual orientation. According to a public report this week, DeGeneres recently purchased and moved into a new home, along with her wife Portia De Rossi. Turns out the $40 million mansion came complete with the “ghost” of a previous owner who died in the dwelling. (It’s also next door to the Playboy Mansion so maybe some of Hugh Heffner’s demons are paying a neighborly visit.) A close source says that Ellen is hearing noises footsteps, and doors opening and closing. Even a woman’s cry in the middle of the night. The source says that Ellen hasn’t had a good night’s sleep since taking occupancy. Now, DeGeneres is thinking of having the house cleansed by an exorcism.

Her house might well be haunted. Just like the possession of a soul, all a demon needs to occupy a building is the legal right to do so. That right can be granted by a prior owner, which underscores how important it is to exorcise any house you purchase or rent if it has been previously occupied. Who knows what might have gone on there? (I even do that with hotel rooms.) If any kind of skullduggery took place in a residence – suicide, murder, occult activity – the demons that were there when the evil happened might decide to stick around. That’s likely what DeGeneres is dealing with. She should waste no time taking spiritual action. I just pray she doesn’t bring in some psychic, which will only make matters eventually worse. (The psychic will bring more demons with them.) Hmmm. I wonder where she could find a good exorcist?


An encouraging word:  VERY SUPERSTITIOUS?

Isaiah’s condemnation of ancient Judah (2:6) sounds like a headline from today: They are full of superstitions from the East. That pretty much describes America’s fascination with all things Eastern – Transcendental Meditation, Yoga, Ayurvedic medicine, gurus of all sorts. Even the church is caught up in so-called “holy yoga,” which is a misnomer if there ever was one. All the non-Christian philosophies of mysticism can be summed up in a single word – superstition, incredulous beliefs. But the Christian faith is based on clear, historical evidence of God’s dealing with humanity, not some superstition about ethereal realms of spirituality.


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