Christian leaders warn Vanessa Hudgens against witchcraft


Vanessa Hudgens
Actress Vanessa Hudgens poses at the 23rd Annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Awards in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Oct. 24, 2016. |

Christian leaders warn of the dangers of witchcraft after Disney star Vanessa Hudgens announced a new unscripted film about her “spiritual witchcraft journey” as she has been open about her communication with the dead for some time. weather.

Entitled “Dead Hot: Season Of The Witch,” Hudgens can be seen alongside his friend and musician GG Magreem in a 90-minute exploration of the “supernatural” in Salem, Massachusetts. The film is currently in post-production.

Hudgens and Magree partnered with Bunim-Murray Productions to film their eight-day trip to Salem.

According to Variety, the reality film is described as an “intimate journey into the supernatural realm” that serves as a “coming-of-age story that explores identity, girl power, and sisterhood.”

Christians familiar with the occult believe that it is dangerous for Hudgens and Magreem to confront the forces of the unseen realm.

Ted Baehr, the founder of Movieguide and the Christian Film & Television Commission, a nonprofit dedicated to redeeming the values ​​of mass media, told The Christian Post that Hudgens “needs to discover the truth of Jesus Christ to achieve his goals and wishes”. to connect with the spiritual realm instead of chasing the darkness.

“Having grown up in the entertainment industry, with parents who were stars (my father starred in 62 movies), I became involved in all aspects of paganism, until four women who had come to know Jesus Christ in New York’s Madison Square Garden The Billy Graham Crusade in the 1950s helped me meet Jesus Christ in the 1970s,” Baehr said.

“What I found was that none of the people in the many new age, pagan, and occult realms liked each other; in fact, they hated each other. So, the love of Jesus Christ was refreshing.”

Baehr argues that Hudgens’s exploration of witchcraft will never really satisfy her.

“All false religions and occult practices ultimately failed because the Adversary promises but never really delivers. In contrast, Jesus Christ always delivers on His great promises, such as His promise to give each of us more abundant life and freedom.” he held.

“We have to pray for her.”

Once rooted in the occult and Satanism, evangelist and author John Ramirez warns against practices that may seem innocent or alluring, especially during Halloween. He said that they only serve to open the door to the dark forces.

“Reveal the darkness,” Ramírez told CP about Hudgens’ new film.

Mike Signorelli, pastor of V1 Church in New York City, who has previously warned about “demonic” content in Disney movies, told Faithwire that “Satan is on a mission to normalize the demonic.”

“[B]Because the more influencers and people you can get to normalize the demonic, the easier it will be to get the masses to welcome it into their lives,” Signorelli said. “So this is a concerted effort. If you’re a Christian, if you’re a believer and if you have discernment, it’s very obvious to see.”

“Throughout the scriptures, witchcraft actually comes across as false comfort and false power,” he added. “It will always appear in a way that makes you think, ‘Oh, this is how I’m going to meet the love of my life. This is how I’m going to prosper financially. This is how I’m going to excel in life.’ It always comes in the form of success.”

The actress first revealed her obsession with talking to ghosts on “The Kelly Clarkson Show.” Hudgens claimed that she had the “gift” of speaking and listening to the dead.

“I remember getting ready for school when I was 8 years old, and there were… those ducks [pulltoys]he remembered. “It’s a toy. There was one of those on the dining room table, and I started walking, and it just started going next to me.

“And I shut it down for a while because it’s scary,” he added. “The unknown is scary… but recently I said, ‘no, this is a gift and something I have the ability to do,’ so I’m going to lean into it.”

The “High School Musical” actress claims she once spoke to a ghost while in a graveyard in the dead of night.

“I was sitting on a headstone in a graveyard with my best friend,” Hudgens recalled. “And we found this tombstone of a spirit that we were told was very playful. So I turned [the Spirit box] in, and I’m like, ‘Hey, Sam. I’m Vanessa'”.

Julie Pizzi, president of Bunim-Murray Productions, told Faithwire that Hudgens and Magreem “have been doing little spells since they were kids” and “really interested in that world.”

“As we got to know them, we realized that their curiosity to connect with the spirit realm and paranormal and supernatural exploration ran much deeper than ghost hunting,” Pizzi said. “It’s an exploration into the spiritual realm. It’s very much about self-love and them finding their inner strength and power.”

Jeannie Ortega Law is a reporter for The Christian Post. Contact her at: She is also the author of the book, What is happening to me? How to defeat your invisible enemy Follow her on Twitter: @jlawcp Facebook: JeannieOMúsica

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