Author Archives: Stacie Spielman
When doing a cast away, I have found that (assuming this is because we’re now in end times) demonic spirits don’t leave unless the category they consider themselves to be a part of is addressed. For this reason, when I do a cast away, I address spirits, demons, devils, others I don’t know about, those who have no right to harass, “all identities” of Satan, “all identitities” of satan spelled with a lower case s, and fallen angels. Generally, there will be a manifestation for only one or two of these classifications. Bear in mind that if spirits have a legal right to be in your life (because of something you’ve done that you haven’t apologized to God for and asked His forgiveness) or something you’re still doing that is displeasing to God, the spirits probably won’t leave when you do a cast away.
Now that I no longer write books about the spirit realm, (the ones I’ve written are still available through Amazon and my website) I’ve returned to my first love: writing romances and romantic novels. The first of these is Braddigan’s Folly, the … Continue reading
Truths and Lies about Demonic Spirits There are many truths, and many lies that abound with regard to the spirit realm. Following are twelve truths and twelve lies regarding the spirit realm and demonic spirits. Truth 1: Demonic spirits are the … Continue reading
For those of you who have ever wondered if a curse has been put against you…Those who seem to have nothing but bad luck…Those for whom nothing ever seems to go right…Those who have cravings for sweets that never seem … Continue reading
Had Sarah been raised by Martha, her life would have been different. You see, George was a voodoo priest and an obeah man, and his wife was a voodoo priestess. Unbeknownst to Martha, George’s purpose in taking the baby was to use it as a scapegoat when doing his witchcraft curses, and his obeah spells and hexes. Continue reading
Wrinkling her nose, Ginger reached for a rectangular object wrapped in crimson silk and tied with a black ribbon. The object was thin and flat – about the dimensions of a Monopoly board, but thicker. Curious, Ginger tugged on the ribbon to untie the black bow. The crimson silk fell away to reveal what appeared to be a home-made wooden Ouija Board. The board had no planchette, but a long thin box beside where the board had lain contained a gold-plated chain with a small gold amulet attached to one end. As Ginger picked up the chain, she felt an electrical charge run through her hand and up the length of her arm, causing her to gasp and drop the pendulum. Continue reading