Shaitan : The Devil's Trap

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We live in a world of dark forces, principalities and suggestive influence, but unfortunately, many people are unaware of such powers, which are at work in their everyday lives; while others still, either choose to not believe such wielding forces of evil exist, or believe that if they ignore their existence they will be unaffected, left alone to design their destiny the way they see most fit, slipping through life unscathed from the menacing powers of the Great Deceiver and his massive legions. Undoubtedly, distraction and disbelief are two of the devil's strongest ploys to weaken a person to an advantageous point of spiritual vulnerability, as the Shayateen (devils) are ever plotting, cleverly suggestive. In our modern day in age demonic influence is prevalent and a pervasive working-force in all sectors of education and social ecology. Fortunately, Islamic epistemology exposes the hidden devices employed by Shaitan in our new-age-the secular cosmopolitan era-as well as traditions of the Prophets of our past, which include Jewish and Christian revelatory scriptures. Islam being the medium, mediatory religion-as revealed in the Quran: ''We have made you a middle nation that you will be a witness over the people, and the messenger (Muhammad) will be a witness over you!'' Quran (2:143) TO THE READER: The information divulged in this text covers a vast array of philosophical subjects on occultation and worldwide conspiracy-a herculean task put forth to further the dissemination and understanding of Islamic theology, as it pertains to the dark underworld of Satanic Illuminism. The reader of this tome should walk away with a stronger comprehension of revelatory, eschatological realities, as they envelope our everyday spiritual lives; in turn, helping us develop workable strategies to combat the deceptive pitfalls of The Great Deceiver and what his adherents call, 'The Great Work' of 'His Great Plan.'show more

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  • Paperback | 124 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 7.11mm | 240.4g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508791228
  • 9781508791225