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    Our Elected Officials, Law Enforcement Agencies Are Leviathan Spirits, “Twisted”

    Updated: December 13, 2019 at 5:19 pm EST  See Comments

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    They are turning the people against each other, it’s actually demonic…

    Those who believe in a leviathan spirit use references to the creature described in the book of Job and in verses such as Isaiah 27:1. The biblical descriptions are then given an entirely spiritual interpretation, rather than a physical one. Of special emphasis is the relationship of the Hebrew word liw’yā’tān to the concept of “twisting” or “coiling.” Based on this, and little else, believers in the “leviathan spirit” extrapolate the existence of a specific demonic entity—“the leviathan spirit” or “the spirit of leviathan”—that oppresses people. The leviathan spirit is the cause of twisting the meaning of people’s words, turning people against each other, and instigating unrest.

    Others suggest that the “spirit of leviathan” causes stubbornness and rebellion against God. Alternatively, the spirit is blamed for various physical problems. Still, others blame the leviathan spirit for insomnia, lack of spiritual growth, media deception, pride, reading disabilities, and/or personal bickering. Yet another group suggests that there are many “leviathan spirits,” with or without some combination of those effects.

    The Secret Service released a report last month analyzing school shootings and violence and recommending how to prevent such attacks.

    According to the Secret Service, it all boils down to more intrusive surveillance in school and online. Treat everyone who is depressed or anxious like they are going to shoot up the school.

    The report says that schools should monitor any students in distress, including their social media profiles. Schools should randomly search desks and lockers, and encourage

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