BLACK FRIDAY: Walmart And Amazon Selling ‘A Children’s Book of Demons’ For Kids And Families Who Want To Learn How To Summon The Devil

BLACK FRIDAY: Walmart And Amazon Selling ‘A Children’s Book of Demons’ For Kids And Families Who Want To Learn How To Summon The Devil
A Children’s Book of Demons Paperback – July 16, 2019 by Aaron Leighton (Author)

Disgusting. Only the spiritual depraved would pull something like this. Unbelievable! Yet true.

[Satanism is not only on the rise in America, it has actually attained a position of prominence. Everywhere you look, things connected to the occult, satanism, devil worship and demonology are on display, even this book for kids called “A Children’s Book Of Demons” teaching you how to invite the Devil into your home.[/b]

FROM THE NEW AMERICAN: A new book billed as a “playful guide” teaches children how to summon demons for personal benefit. It’s carried by major booksellers, too, such as Barnes & Noble, Walmart, and Target. Amazon sells it as well, even though the lit leviathan has banned a work critical of Islam and one geared toward the elimination of unwanted same-sex attraction.

https://www.thenewamerican.com/culture/item/34108-a-children-s-book-of-demons-teaches-kids-how-to-summon-dark-spirits

A new book billed as a “playful guide” teaches children how to summon demons for personal benefit. It’s carried by major booksellers, too, such as Barnes & Noble, Walmart, and Target. Amazon sells it as well, even though the lit leviathan has banned a work critical of Islam and one geared toward the elimination of unwanted same-sex attraction.

Barnes & Noble’s poorly punctuated overview of A Children’s Book of Demonsstates:

Don’t want to take out the trash tonight? Maybe you’re swimming in homework? Perhaps that big bully is being a real drag? Well grab your coloured pencils and sigil drawing skills and dial up some demons! But be careful, even if these spirits are more silly than scary they are still demons.

So if you’re looking to introduce your kids to “Devil worship,” as Breaking Israel Newsputs it, know that the book’s “publishers try to turn the act of summoning demons into a kid-friendly activity[,] saying: ‘summoning demons has never been so much fun,’” the site relates, quoting the sellers’ “about” section. (Hat tip: WND.com.)

Then there’s Publishers Weekly’s description, which states that author Aaron Leighton

integrates a hands-on craft element into this playful guide that invites readers to conjure gentle demons by writing their sigils, which serve as “a phone number” straight to the spirit. The demons necessitate specific summons (a riddler named Corydon requires a sigil “drawn in bright red, the colour of a clown’s nose — preferably while you’re giggling”), and express specific characteristics and abilities that range from pragmatic to gross. They include “Flatulus,” whose talent is passing gas; “Quazitoro,” an expert at finding missing objects; and “Spanglox,” “the best-dressed demon in the underworld,” who offers cutting-edge fashion advice. Leighton’s renderings of the multieyed, multiarmed, sharp-toothed demons are outlandish without being creepy, and the creative concept will likely inspire some readers to create demons of their own. Ages 5-10.

Leighton is described in his bio as “an award-winning illustrator and art director, as well as a fan of all things occult” — and his works certainly reflect this dark passion.   More @ Source

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