What About The Children?
Phillips (Terror In the Toybox): A great number of toys on the market today, especially the more popular ones are based on…..witchcraft, idolatry, emulations and murders.
Phillips: Let us consider Black Star. Every figure in the Black Star series comes with its own glow-in-the-dark alien demon…Some of the action figures in the series are Overlord the invincible wizard, and Karday, the wizard king. Like the other Black Star figures Overlord and Karday come with a glow-in-the-dark alien demon.
Phillips: The Saga of the Crystal Warrior action figures include so much of the occult it becomes almost redundant.
Phillips: He-man and Masters of the Universe…The entire series is based on occult practices: magic, sorcery, witchcraft, necromancy, etc. The show also blasphemes God by placing a mortal on the same plane as He.
Phillips: Most of the transformer based cartoons are extremely violent. Others, such as Voltron, have heavy inferences to the occult. While still others, such as Roboteci, are filled with sexual innuendos…There are many cartoons that are filled with violence and the occult. Among these are The Thirteen Ghosts of Scooby Doo, Speed Racer, Tarzan, Spider Man and G.I. Joe.
Brown (He came To Set the Captives Free): Halloween has, since its inception by the Druids in England been a special holiday for human sacrifices to Satan. It continues the same in our day. The sudden epidemic of harmful substances and objects being placed in the various Halloween treats for “trick-or-treaters” is no accident. It was a carefully planned effort by Satanists. The children injured and killed by these treats are sacrifices to Satan.