November 2019 – A new book inviting children to summon demons to help them with their everyday problems has hit the shelves. It is being sold at Wal-Mart, Barnes & Noble, Target and Amazon. At the time of publishing this article it appears Wal-Mart doesn’t have it on their website. Hopefully, they heard from customers.
This is how it is described by Publishers Weekly:
The book features several demons which Barnes and Noble describes as “more silly than scary” that will help children with various problems all while laughing. Demons follow Satan and children being taught to summon demons as something fun and safe to do is no laughing matter. Accompanying the description of the demon to be summoned is a cartoon image of sinister yet funny looking demons.
Koyama Press who publishes the book described the book as follows:Koyoma Press
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!
The author, Aaron Leighton, is described on the publisher’s website as an award-winning illustrator and art director, as well as a fan of all things occult who spends his free time wrestling with a black cat.
Amazon has been sold out of this book which is just another sign of the growing occult movement, cultural rot, and parental failures. Demons aren’t playthings but this author has children using sigils to conjure up demons to help with homework, bullies, sports, etc. Some of the names are interesting. Two in particular stood out to MadMommaBear as having names that hint at ominous intentions.
Corydon is the name of a book by Andre’ Gide which consists of four dialogues on homosexuality which advance the argument that homosexuality is natural. Andre’ Gide also pushed pedophilia in Corydon. Who knows if this was on purpose or just a coincidence? There could be another explanation, but this one seems to fit with what we see going on in the culture with the sexualization of children.
As if we needed anymore evidence that demons are children’s playthings, Pestilunsha, one of the demons children can summon. This one, the author warns, can make you sick so you miss school. Sure, summon a demon with the name that is very likely derived from the word “pestilence” which means “deadly disease”. That sounds safe for kids to play with.
At the back of the book the children can learn to draw the sigils…
Here is what a real sigil chart looks like:
Whether real or fake, one thing is sure. There is a world of people out there who want to access children through books, libraries, music, apps, videos, schools, and beyond to influence them to take part in witchcraft, demonology and other practices which are immoral and unsafe. The is a battle for your children. Get in the battle and protect your children.
This year has seen drag queen programs for children at libraries, children debuting their own drag at a library, libraries hosting fraudulent gender transition therapists, libraries hosting sex ed talks and teen pride events much of which has seen support from secular humanists, Satanists and witches. It is not a stretch to think that soon we will see drag queens, maybe even the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence hosting a drag queen story hour featuring how to summon demons to deal with those “oppressive Christians”.
Call to action:
Call Barnes and Noble: (866) 238-7323
Call Target: 1 (800) 440-0680
Call Amazon 1 (888) 280-4331
Ask these companies to stop marketing evil to children. If you have a credit card with Target let them know you are cutting it up. If you have a membership with Barnes and Noble let them know you are canceling it.