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​​135) Incense thuribles



Incense in Orthodoxy and Catholicism has magic powers, put into the powder by priestcraft rites. It is witchcraft.

Like the Hebrew Roots Movement (or Judaizing heresy) the Orthodox like to slip in old testament laws into their religion, but on a lesser scale. Their main scripture is:

Malachi 1:11
"For from the rising of the sun even to its setting, My name will be great among the nations, and in every place incense is going to be offered to My name, and a grain offering that is pure; for My name will be great among the nations, says the LORD of hosts."

The biggest revival in history was in Nineveh. And "Out of Egypt" came not only Jews, but a "mixed multitude". If the verse in Malachi is supposed to justify the Orthodox for creating a man made new syncretic religion, cherry picking OT law and stirring it up in a cauldron into a witches' brew, thus justifying beards on clergy and swinging incense in church, think again. It is not new covenant law. 

The "powers" these thuribles are attributed with are occult and absurd.

These include:

(list pending)


Incense hurling power weapon

against demons. Used in tandem

to increase the pseudo holy power 

   in rituals to impart anathema

      on people (voodoo).

Clean out demons from the church walls before chrismation and baptism services.

The Orthodox Church in America

           a Puppet of Russia.

Post-reconciliation schism:

Critics of the reunification argue that "the hierarchy in Moscow still has not properly addressed the issue of KGB infiltration of the church hierarchy during the Soviet period."

( so.... you are potentially confessing

your sins to the KGB / FSB or FSS in America,

as Russian rules over the USA church jurisdiction in Orthodoxy!!)

Founded in 1794 — Granted Autocephaly in 1970 by Russia  -  denied autocephaly by the Ecumenical Patriarchate.

see Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia [c]

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