Source: The Prophetic News
Author: Christopher Gregory
I’m going to expose something within this article that needs to be exposed, and that is the reality of demonic possession within Hollywood and the entertainment industry. One of Hollywood’s biggest secrets is the fact that within the film industry, there is an undercurrent of spiritual darkness that not only is capturing the hearts and lives of many a talented individual, but that same darkness is making inroads into the lives of some of the biggest names in film and television.
Since the early 1960’s thru the 1970’s, occultism began to make inroads within the heart of America. People were finding the occult as “fun” and “entertaining”. The popularity of such tools such as the Ouija board were not only becoming staples into the homes of many middle class families, but the Ouija would be glorified within a motion picture that would literally change the very way horror movies would be made, and it’s name was “The Exorcist”.
From Jean Dixon to Shirley MacLaine, Hollywood was becoming mesmerized with anything to do with occultism, be it psychic powers, astral projection, the art of divination, ghosts, past lives, black magic, witchcraft and yes, even Satanism. Even legendary Hollywood actor Glenn Ford (famed for westerns) proclaimed the reality of past lives. But it was William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist that changed the very nature of people’s interest into the occult, from ignorance, fear and repulsion, to one of intense curiosity. Blatty’s portrayal of fourteen-year-old Regan, a young girl whose curiosity leads her to the discovery of a Ouija board and ultimately befriending a spirit named Captain Howdy – that eventually invades her house but also invades her body, swept across America like a spiritual Tsunami. The result was profound, not to mention it was the first real spiritual awakening in our nation not seen since the days of The Foxx sisters and their widely claimed feats of the supernatural in 1848.
Satan’s greatest avenue to broaden his grip on the world expanded into film, where actors became enriched into capturing the ability to literally become that whom they were trying to be. This feat was known as “method acting”. Method acting is where an actor literally becomes separated from him or herself and attempts to become fully absorbed into the character they are playing. Considered controversial by some, method acting became widely accepted due to one Lee Strasberg. It was Strasberg who literally opened the box to this new form of medium, and it had many followers, Brando, Pacino, Jane Fonda, even Dustin Hoffman praised this venue. Yet what in the past praised, others such as Stanislavski. It was Stanislavski who really pushed the envelope beyond the limit and brought about something Strasberg could not – spiritualism.
Throughout the industry, actors became aware of not only the benefits of method acting, but also the dangers. It was said of James Dean that he would manifest certain “personalities” to reach a particular level of character, the ability is where the actor literally pulls outside forces into their personal sphere of mind, body and soul, to literally become who they were trying to portray. Case in point – James Franco. The young actor was selected to portray the late James Dean as Franco would stopped talking to his friends and family, picked up a two-pack-a-day cigarette habit, learned to play bongos and rode motorcycles to get into character. Franco pierced into the spiritual realm to become someone who had long been dead. Some might call this conjuring.
In more recent years, modern actors such as Franco and others, even comedians, began to push the envelope with this form of acting either in front of the camera or on stage to project another dimension and that dimension is the spirit world. Case in point, Heath Ledger.
Known Hollywood actor among many, it was Ledger who went to extremes in his quest to become something dark and sinister, as in the case of the “Joker”, a fictional character of the Batman series. Mr. Ledger had become so fixated on becoming the Joker, that he lost all mental ability to separate fantasy from reality, in other words, ledger openly admitted to some that he had, at some point, became possessed by the spirit of the Joker. Ledger was not possessed by the fictional character he had been cast to play, but in actuality he became demon possessed by a spirit, a demonic spirit in fact.
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