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Jeannie Ortega Law describes her childhood as violent, chaotic, and scary at moments. Introduced to witchcraft at an early age, she faced spiritual torment and suicidal inclinations.
“I was introduced to religion,” Law recently told “The Christian Post Podcast.” “Underneath the Catholicism was the family religion on my maternal side called Santeria, which is basically worship of the dead, conjuring the dead, channeling the dead, things like that.”
The journalist, author, and singer, who tells her story in the book What Is Happening to Me?: How to Defeat Your Unseen Enemy said she was “uncomfortable” and struggled as a child with the prominence of these spiritual practices in her family.
“All that I knew was that it made me feel uncomfortable, but it was just normal to a big majority of my family,” she said. “I was introduced to that at a very young age. My spiritual eyes … were always open.” “I Needed There to be a God”
Listen to Law detail her story:
These issues weren’t Law’s only struggles, though. Growing up in a tough neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York, she faced abuse. Through it all, Law clung to the concept of God to navigate these difficulties.
“I needed there to be a God because not only did I grow up in that spiritual climate, but there was also violence inside the home, outside of the home,” she said.
Law specifically described her spiritual environment’s impact on her life, including the manifestation of terrifying nightmares and torment.“I was so spiritually heightened. I was constantly bombarded with nightmares and things like that,” she said. “There were supernatural things happening all around me.”Law continued, “I was exposed to things that I shouldn’t have been exposed to.” Success in the Music Industry She said she became so inundated with spiritual negativity that she needed to find […]
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