Sid Roth has gone full throttle with the occult. This time it involves the practice of necromancing and remote viewing.
Necromancy is the conjuration of the spirits of the dead for purposes of magically revealing the future or influencing the course of events
Remote viewing is defined as the ability to acquire accurate information about a distant or non-local place, person or event without using your physical senses or any other obvious means.
On a recent video on Facebook, he shares a vision from a friend. He was having dinner with this friend, and while sitting at dinner with her, she apparently got in a chariot and entered heaven, and then came back to finish dinner. After describing that, Sid reads a vision from the friend.
This happened two years ago. She describes being in New Zealand, and being taken into Billy Graham’s room and seeing Billy in bed (remote viewing). She then saw Jesus bringing Billy into heaven into a big stadium (Seeing a man post death and telling of the future equals necromancy.).
There is absolutely no reason to believe any of this was from God. By the 1 Timothy 6:5 standard Sid Roth has a depraved mind and is deprived of the truth because he promotes godliness as a means of gain. (Click this link to verify my claim.)
5 and constant friction among people who are depraved in mind and deprived of the truth, imagining that godliness is a means of gain.
People with depraved minds can not be trusted. At best this is a made up delusion, at worst it’s an occult practice.
This is not the first time Sid Roth used his platform to further the occult. He had Chuck Pierce on, and he was giving numerology readings with the calendar.
Sid Roth does not represent real Christianity. At best he’s a realized cartoonish money grubbing television preacher, at worst he’s a realized cartoonish money grubbing television preacher directing the saints to occult practices in the name of Jesus.
Does Dr. Michael Brown approve of his friend of 30+ years using his show to promote occult practices?