That is a scary combo to see a badge with a cross on it. Considering the badge is a pentagram itself the whole thing is really asinine. RIGHT?
He has studied Witchcraft, albeit, the basics... but has more knowledge than the average person.
The fact he'd trying to educate Law Enforcement officers about Witches blew my mind... Yes, I got the same feeling the first time I read this.
Many of his advisable techniques mirror some Witch practices.
"Situations for Law Enforcement Officers calls for anointing certain things within a crime scene, to keep demonic spirits from
attacking during an investigation. Sounds weird doesn't it? Why does an Law Enforcement Officer have a strange feeling when they
enter a crime scene? (Usually a felony) If you are a Law Enforcement Officer and you are unaware of how the dangers of the
paranormal works in the unseen world, the damages could cost a marriage, failure on the job, spiritual decline, and even your health."
Don't we anotint things too? I do...
Another thing that I find disturbing is that he isn't able to separate any Witchcraft from Satantic forces -- I understand why tho' being of singular christian view. Felony crime scenes... is looking for Witchcraft really necessary?
Do you really think he'd advocate harming a Witch, or does he have a healthy fear of the Craft and is trying to protect police officers from a precieved threat?
The difference between Medicine and Poison is the Dose.
I Love you as certain Dark Things are to be Loved,
In Secret, Between the Shadow and the Soul.
- Pablo Neruda