Symptoms or Side affects of the Counterfeit Anointing

1. Dramatic increase in premature deaths, cancers, marriage break-ups, sickness and disease.

2. Non-lucid mind; cloudiness; irrational behavior; confusion of the mind.

3. Unable to pray, unable to read the Word of God; unable to focus.

4. Expulsion of evil spirits coming about people.

5. Strong anger; strong hatred; not believing that this is of the devil or wrong.

6. Many have spoken of a hissing sound that follows them.

7. Demon possession.

8. If you accept it, you will be blessed for a season and then be destroyed. If you reject it, you will be attacked. If you have the true anointing, you will be saved and protected.

9. Churches will be destroyed if they follow it; if a church does not follow it, the church will lose some of its members.

10. They come back with this kind of childlike drunken stupor that does not go away.

11. Descriptions of being washed back and forth like the waves in the ocean.

12. Young men whistling over and over and holding their heads and claiming that they “feel the Holy Spirit about to split them in two”.

13. People with their eyes rolled in the back of their heads and weaving around like they’re lost.

14. Women just gyrating and pulsating like they’re being ravaged from behind from some unseen force.

15. Healing voices in the head telling people to drown themselves.

16. Animal noises. People sounding and acting like animals.

17. Acting like you are urinating within a church or building.

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