Scooby-Doo Promotes Wicca Witchcraft!
By David J. Stewart
The Cartoon Network recently aired a movie called "Scooby Doo and the Witch's Ghost." It features three Wiccan/gothic female characters known as "The Hex Girls." They also happen to be a rock band. One of their songs is called "Earth, Wind, Fire, and Air," which is about acknowledging those elements and having love for the earth.
The Hex Girls are portrayed in a positive light, helping the Scooby Doo gang solve a mystery in fact! The Hex Girls were also on another Scooby Doo DVD called "Scooby Doo and the Legend of the Vampire." Their latest appearance was in the "What's New Scooby Doo" episode "The Vampire Strikes Back." They also have 7 songs on the "Scooby Doo & the Witch's Ghost" soundtrack.
"The Hex Girls" are of the Devil, luring young girls into Wicca witchcraft. 1st Samuel 15:23 condemns witchcraft as a "SIN." Galatians 5:19-21 lists "witchcraft" as a sin equivalent to adultery and murder!!! In the Warner Brothers image above, we read the words "Dark Musicians Spiritual." Well, they're dark alright, straight from the abyss of Hellfire! The Hex Girls are evil and dangerous!
According to Wikipedia, under "Scooby-Doo and the Witch's Ghost"...
The movie takes an extremely sympathetic view to Wiccan philosophies and viewpoints. The Hex Girls are self-described as "Eco-Goths", and one of their songs has the refrain "to love the earth/is all we desire". Sarah Ravencroft is described as using her Wiccan healing powers to help sick people "who could not afford good health care". There is also much focus on the wrong done by discriminating against Sarah Ravencroft's peaceful wiccan religion.
Unsuspecting parents don't even realize that their beloved child is being lured into witchcraft by a CARTOON!!! The producers of "Scooby-Doo" and "The Hex Girls" are pulling on the same rope as the Devil. Satan has a bid for each child, and it is up to parents to safeguard their children from Satanic influences.
Ye Must Be Born Again!