The transgression of the divine laws is the real cause of all the pains. Before the sin from Adam and Eve, the man had never known the existence of the suffering nor the illness. But when they disobeyed the order of the Lord, God told the woman: To her He said: “I will greatly multiply your sorrow and your conception; in pain you shall bring forth children; Your desire shall be for your husband,
And he shall rule over you." Then to Adam He said: “Because you have heeded the voice of your wife, and have eaten from the tree of which I commanded you, saying, 'You shall not eat of it':"Cursed is the ground for your sake; In toil you shall eat of it all the days of your life. Both thorns and thistles it shall bring forth for you, and you shall eat the herb of the field. In the sweat of your face you shall eat bread till you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken; For dust you are, and to dust you shall return”. Genesis 3: 16-19
Later, he told the man again: “Every moving thing that lives shall be food for you. I have given you all things, even as the green herbs”. Genesis 9:3
All the men are concerned by this verdict. But the paroxysm of misfortune came by the fact that God had moreover given the man to Satan as food, when he said to the snake: “Because you have done this, you are cursed more than all cattle, and more than every beast of the field; On your belly you shall go, and you shall eat dust all the days of your life”. Genesis 3 :14
This dust was merely the flesh and blood, which compose the man body according to what is written: “And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being”. Genesis 2:7
Because of sin, the man became Satan's food, as well as fishes and the animals of the fields were for man.
Knowing that his survival and that of his collaborators depended on the souls of men, Satan and his army set up many traps that could lead him to sin; among others the perversion of the commands of God, his laws, his orders and his prescriptions in benefit of idolatry various ways, of pernicious sects, of false religions, of sexual immorality, occult practices, magic, sorcery, cult of the ancestors and traditions, necromancy, spiritualism, fanaticism, divination, enchantments, the dark loges, (holy)orders etc.
And to have an easy seizure on man, Satan and his angels, thanks to the sin, came to have sex with the men’s daughters. The children who were born from these unions were the devils men and women; it is in this way that vampirism, sadism and the witchcraft came among men. Those are the heroes who were famous in the antiquity.
This is how Satan succeeded in domesticating a great number of men completely acquired for his purpose, having for mission to help him seeking the naives.
This witchcraft is carried on from generation to generation, up to these days, and the wickedness of these men always remains the same. These people have got supernatural evil power that develops in proportion as they acquire experience and the secrets of the evil; then they become dangerous and bring terror to innocent ones. They have got various roles within the society, each according to the gift he received from Satan, their master. And their only aim is extermination. They most often practice as soothsayers, astrologers, omens, magicians, enchanters, spiritualists, of marabouts, etc.
On the other hand, others are guards of traditions and taboos, members or heads of the secret societies, of orders, of dark loges, and of several other diabolic associations.
Some are simply specialized in casting a spell on people, spell workers , poison users, trouble-makers, blasphemers, slanderers, maleficent, forgers, dishonest, thief, armed-robbers, murderers, homosexual, false prophets, mystical spies, etc.
All these people have got one or a multitude of vampires in themselves and they project themselves into astral to make their operations and to meet some superior maleficent spirits so that they may help them to become more powerful and to hold over the other human beings. They are also able to undergo a transformation and to take any appearance they want when they are in action. They are all of instruments of evil on the Satan service and specialists in initiation of the witchcraft. They are present in all the countries over the world and in all politico-economic and religious social media.
They are called giants, not especially because of their large size, but because they are mythical characters who are different by their evil power and by their wickedness. Indeed the spitefulness of these men is great on the earth. Satan uses them beside the other human beings of the same way the man uses his retrievers by other animals.
In the old days, the dog was also among the animals in the bush. But when the man discovered in it the spirit of shrewdness, its keen sense of smell, its implacability, its attachment and its docility, he domesticated it and the dog became man's friend, traitor and enemy of the other animals. When the man desires consuming bush meat, he calls on his dog, hang a bell on its neck, take himself a weapon and heads for the forest with his companion. The dog rushes immediately to tempt animals, in order to provoke them, that they may come out hastily from the hiding places where they are in security; this thanks to the repeated ringing and awful of the bell that sows panic in their frightened heart. The game that yields to the pressure and comes out of its fortress, is pursued by the dog which gives it no breathing space, and the man ends up by killing it, because he lacks to resist in trials. The man enjoys the good flesh and the remaining to the dog.
The man also proceeds through trickery, by all kind of traps to hunt animals and fishes. He never says to each of them; come here; I want to eat you, because God had brought you to me as food. That can never be possible.
Only, his intelligence helps him.
The wizards are also the retrievers of Satan. Their bell is their venomous tongue and their bad actions. They use them to make the simple ones getting out of their casemate, in order to expose them to the deadly lines of their master.
I would let you know therefore that the man who is reasonable, slow in losing one’s temper, who doesn't return insults from insults, a stroke from a stroke, a provocation from a retort, is a careful and wise man who has God's fear. He escapes the trick of the wicked-one and dwells under the Almighty's shelter. It is even in the same way for the one who doesn't despise the laws of the nature to give himself to his heart’s desire when he is tempted.
But the one who is quick to take revenge and who pays no attention to God exposes oneself to death. He is crazy.