Recently some 300 exorcists flocked to Poland for a week-long congress to examine the current fashion for vampirism the the world-over and the apparent connection between this fascination and a surge in demonic possession. This comes as the world is experiencing an explosion of ancient occultism combined with wicked fascination with ghosts and all things paranormal. On college and high school campuses the world over, vampires, werewolves, and other “creatures of the night' are esteemed as objects of desire and idolized by young people who view them as cult icons of envious mystical power. Law enforcers point to recent killings and attacks on people by individuals claiming to be vampires and werewolves. Recently a 19-year old Texan claimed to be a 500-year-old vampire, broke into a woman's home, threw her against the wall, and tried to suck her blood! Another case involves a Florida teen who claimed to be a vampire/werewolf hybrid and together with four other young people beat a 16-year-old boy to death. Police have acknowledged she and the other suspects appear to be part of a vampire cult.
Why is this happening?
“Consider as an example popular youth-oriented magazines like Rolling Stone and their article “The Joy of Vampire Sex”' says Tom Horn in his explosive series. 'Look at the menage-a-trios on the magazine's cover of three nudes bathed in blood with the promise to readers that vampires are 'Hot. They're Sexy. They're Undead.' Listing all of the related fan sites, music videos, magazines, television shows and movies currently dedicated to seducing a generation with sexual [or romantic] obsession with alluring demons-in-flesh would be daunting. These would have to include television shows like 'Being Human', 'The Vampire Diaries', and 'True Blood', not to mention the hedonistic gay-themed program 'The Lair', a series that plays nationwide on all major cable systems based on a vampire-run sex club.”
Admonishing parents, pastors and youth pastors to pay closer attention to what their children are “mentally and spiritually feeding on”. Tom Horn hosts this 8-Disc multi-hour Raiders Live! News Talk Radio Special Series in hopes that Christians will counter the dangers of pop culture’s current fascination with occult practices before a generation is lost to darkness! Guests include Gary Stearman, Dr. Thomas Horn, Nita Horn, Chuck Missler, John McTernan, Donna Howell, Jeff Patty, Gary Bates, Derek Gilbert, and the 'Wildman of the Ozarks' Joe Ardis Horn.
This series is based on interviews with the authors of the new best selling book, God's Ghostbusters.