December 2, 2019 (LifeSiteNews)– A brand-new book welcoming young children to find out how to summon satanic forces is now readily available at significant retailers such as Walmart, Amazon, and Barnes & & Noble

. Written for 5- to 10-year-olds, by Aaron Leighton directs kids to “conjure gentle demons by writing their sigils, which serve as ‘a contact number’ straight to the spirit.”

“As ridiculous as the ‘devils’ consisted of in the book may be, there is absolutely nothing innocent or enjoyable about even pretending to summon wicked spirits,” noted Elizabeth Johnston, AKA Activist Mommy, on her blog site. “However who is to state it is pretend? The spirit world is genuine and is no laughing matter.”

“Leighton, an occultist himself, is clearly seeking to proselytize our kids,” asserted Johnston.

Despite being advertised by Publishers Weekly as being “lively,” and by Barnes & & Noble as “more silly than frightening,” the book is dangerous, according to renowned exorcist Fr. Chad Ripperger.

“The current publication of the book ‘A Children’s Book of Demons’ ought to be worrying for moms and dads,” Ripperger informed LifeSiteNews, due to the fact that it opens the door to demonic influence in the lives of kids.

“In the past, those in charge of the formation of the minds of children noted that the first years of a child’s life, especially until the age of 12, were very essential relating to the ethical development of the child considering that it is throughout this time that the fundamentals of right and incorrect are instilled in the mind of the child,” stated Fr. Ripperger.

Ripperger stated parents’ main commitment before God is “to train their children in the virtues as taught by the custom of the Church so that when they reach the age of bulk, they have enough virtue to lead a life pleasing to God.”

Fr. Ripperger continued:

From the Amazon website, we checked out, “Don’t want to get the trash tonight? Maybe you’re swimming in research? Perhaps that big bully is being a real drag? Well grab your coloured pencils and sigil illustration skills and call up some satanic forces! This paranormal parody is filled to the brim with amusing spirits more silly than scary!” The proposing of a coloring book in order to “dial up some devils” is a type of conjuring which unlocks to demonic influence in the life of the kid.

As St. Thomas Aquinas observes in his Summa Theologiae, “it is not legal to adjure the satanic forces since such a way appears to enjoy of altruism or relationship, which it is unlawful to bear towards the devils.” Here St. Thomas is referring to invoking them to gain something from them or to learn something from them.

Ripperger notes that St. Thomas goes on to say we might just abjure demons in order to oblige them so they do not hurt our bodies or souls.

“Considering that social interaction with demons is prohibited other than to compel them to do no harm, the ‘dialing up of some devils’ is forbidden according to the First Rule,” warned Fr. Ripperger.

“It signifies the degeneration of our society that making use of satanic forces is thought about appropriate, and it manifests lack of knowledge of their malice and desire to do us harm,” stated Fr. Ripperger. “Books such as these should be avoided by moms and dads and children, as they present a possible opening to demons’ influence in their lives, which will just end in affliction and suffering.”

“Parents would be well warned that it is not something ‘silly,’ but contrary to the appropriate development of their kids,” he continued. “Opening children to this at a young age will frequently position the child in a mindset that diabolic influence of satanic forces in his life is not something severe or to be avoided.”

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December 2, 2019 (LifeSiteNews)-- A brand-new book welcoming young children to find out how to summon satanic forces is now readily available at significant retailers such as Walmart, Amazon, and Barnes & & Noble . Written for 5- to 10-year-olds, by Aaron Leighton directs kids to 'conjure gentle demons...