WOW! Generational Spirits and Sixth Generation

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WOW! Generational Spirits and Sixth Generation

Post by Grand_Master » Sun Jun 04, 2017 2:13 pm

In his classic talk, The Sixth Generation, world-renowned exorcist Rev. Chad Ripperger explains how generational spirits work and identifies the spirits responsible for the moral decay of the West:

"Exorcists refer to evil spirits that are passed from one person to another as 'generational spirits.' The reason for labeling these spirits 'generational' is that they are most often observed passing from parents to children. Generational spirits are normally passed when one person commits some kind of grave sin, introducing the demon into the household. Once there, he begins the process of tempting and affecting others in the household so that he can attach himself to those other people. The passing of generational spirits is not just between parents and children but may occur when people are in close contact with each other for long periods of time, when they live or work around another person. The process is not mechanical in the sense that it is like an airborne virus that passes. Rather, the passing of generational spirits is a spiritual reality which occurs due to a variety of factors, including: the state of the soul of the one receiving the generational spirit the relationship one has to the person one’s spiritual life and one’s use of sacramentals...

...Each generation has a 'vocation' of a sort. The word vocation is not used in the proper or strict sense of the word, referring to a calling to the priesthood or religious life, but in the loose sense, indicating that each generation is called by God to accomplish certain tasks, fight off certain evils, achieve certain perfections, etc. God assigns an angel to protect that generation and sometimes the angel is one who is given to help the generation overcome the problems it faces. But demons, by the permissive will of God, also afflict a generation. It does not take a doctorate in moral or spiritual theology to recognize that the Church and the world are in a particularly bad state, morally and spiritually. How did we get here..."


Rev. Ripperger then identifies the Six Generations and their corresponding demonic spirits:

1. The Lost Generation:

"To begin, we go back to the generation which came of age during and shortly after World War I; this generation became known as the 'Lost Generation,' a term popularized by Ernest Hemingway in his novel, The Sun Also Rises. This generation is also known as the World War I generation, and it saw everything from the advent of the automobile in daily life (some of them even may have plowed a field with a horse) to seeing man step upon the moon. It is a complex generation because some of this generation did not adopt the values of their parents, but instead indulged in hedonism. However, most members of this generation followed the traditions of their parents, especially in the area of religion.

One hallmark of this generation was their appropriation of suffering. In my experience, in the experience of many others, and from what we read, this is the generation that could suffer without complaining. They went through the First World War (although most did not fight in it); they went through the Great Depression; they also went through the Second World War and most did not fight in that war either. But the ability to endure suffering and to offer it up was almost at the level of instinct. In fact, for them suffering was such a part of life that to talk about it was like talking about the rate of growth of the grass outside. Life was suffering, a valle lacrimarum – a vale of tears – and so one simply did not talk about it.

Therein lies the beginning of the problem, in my estimation, that would lead to a complete societal breakdown. The generational spirit of the Lost Generation was the spirit of incommunication. That generation simply did not talk to their children or communicate to them the ability to embrace their cross, appropriate one’s suffering for virtue’s sake, in the way that they actually did it. This is not a conscious fault on their part, from what can be gathered, but it is the common experience of their children, many of whom are alive today and testify to the truth of this observation. This was a generation of austerity and simplicity: they owned only what they needed, no more and no less. Part of this was the effect of suffering through the Depression, part of it from simply not having a lot of money throughout life. However, the simplicity and austerity was a sign that even after the suffering had ended, they did not indulge themselves; that would come in a later generation. To indulge oneself, one first has to avoid suffering."


2. The Greatest Generation:

"...While it is true that men and women of this generation are some of the most decent people one will encounter, there was a flaw in this generation that began a cascade of events that would land us in the worst state in recent history. That generation grew up during the Great Depression, but they did not appropriate their suffering while going through it. They did not embrace their cross in the manner that their parents did. They fought the Second World War, but they came back determined that 'this would never happen again.' Underlying their great deeds was a spirit that was unwilling to suffer. They could deny themselves, even with ease when necessary, but they did not like it.

Their generational spirit was a lack of mortification, an inappropriation of suffering. How could this accusation be levied against a generation that did so much for this country; fought the Second World War and were hallmarked as hard workers? They did it because their goal was not to attain spiritual perfection by the perfection of virtue. Rather it was to obtain something materially better, primarily for their children. They indulged their children, as we shall discuss in the next generation, to the degree that they could within the confines of decency, but indulged them nonetheless..."

3. The Baby Boomers:

"...The generational spirit of the Baby Boomer Generation is indocility through intemperance. Because the 'Greatest' Generation indulged them and did not pass on the traditions of their fathers which required discipline and self-denial, the Baby Boomer generation was allowed to engage in various forms of intemperance. Aside from those who went to the Vietnam War, there was very little hardship in their lives except that which they ended up ascribing to their parents.

This intemperance led to indocility. Docility is the virtue by which a person is able to be easily led by someone who knows more or who is above him. Due to the fact that the appetites, when left to themselves through intemperance, will not tolerate being denied, the Baby Boomers became indocile because to be led, again, requires self-denial. It requires a willingness to be humiliated through exposure of one’s ignorance and folly in order to be shown what is the right thing. Also, intemperance affects judgment by making one think that what is, in fact, sinful is morally acceptable. Saint Thomas observes that one of the effects of lust is hatred of God because He forbids the use of the generative faculty in a disordered way. Hatred of God is simply the extreme of indocility in which one must put away what one wants in order to do what is right...

...The Baby Boomers are hallmarked by an inability to be led, a disrespect for authority, a clamoring for power under the guise of 'democracy,' or by the ruse of accusing an authority of being dictatorial. However, once they manage to gain the position of authority through “democracy” or some other means, they either are ruthless, disregard the good of their subjects, are selfish and overly demanding, or they simply do not care about the state of affairs under their purview or the people under them."



4. Generation X and Y:

"...This generation is also known as the 'Me Generation' because the members of this generation are noted for their narcissism. They are often hallmarked by their entitlement mind set. The generational spirit of Generation X and Generation Y is a spirit of amorality or the absence of religiosity..."


5. Generation Z:

"'Generation Z' is a common name in the United States and other Western nations for the group of people born from the early or mid-1990s to the present, with the earliest date starting in 1990. This generation is the one that is completely plugged into technology. It is the generation that has gone without a coherent moral code, religious doctrine, or societal norms. This generation is also the one that was left at daycare where no moral training was ever given them. Unlike Generations X and Y, who may have been spanked or reprimanded when they did something wrong, even though not much was taught to them as to why it was wrong, this generation received no moral formation at all from their parents. If they did receive moral formation, it tended to be what is in the general culture today where sins are often described more in terms of how one hurt the environment than how one offended God. This is the generation which has ended up really having little or no moral compass at all. For this reason, those who are older in this generation are beset by a spirit of depravity..."

6. The Sixth Generation:

"The next generation, some of which are under the age of five and which will continue for the next decade or so, is the Sixth Generation, since it is the sixth generation since the Lost Generation. This generation will have a spirit that is not like any of the other generations. Exorcists know that the introduction into the occult is almost always accomplished through immorality, especially immorality in the areas of the Sixth and Ninth Commandments. Once a person has fully indulged himself in those areas, the demons begin leading the individual down a path toward worship of demons and involvement in demonic activity such as witchcraft. The previous generation’s slow descent into the sexual depravity of the prior generation, fueled by a prolific pornography industry, has opened the door to the spirit of paganism. We are already seeing the precursors of this spirit: the wildly successful Harry Potter series, the Twilight saga, and other vampire and werewolf movies. One thing that is of note is how attached Generation Z is to the Harry Potter series and how vehemently the parents of Generation Z will defend the licitness of their kids reading these books and watching these films. Moreover, the vice of curiosity is in full bloom with the advent of every form of paranormal TV program and movie, as well as the drastic rise in witchcraft which exorcists and other priests have noticed. As saints, theologians, and exorcists have pointed out for centuries, the vice of curiosity is one of the primary entrances into the occult.

Curiosity is not being used in the colloquial sense of someone who simply wants to learn more. Rather, it is used to indicate an intellectual vice in which a person seeks after knowledge that is not suited to his state in life. The Fathers of the Church observed that Eve’s first sin was curiosity, and exorcists have known from repeated experience that children and adults who do not curb their interest in occult practices or things pertaining to the demonic can find themselves the companions of the same. But no mistake should be made. The trajectory of moral depravity and curiosity in occult matters will result in the next generation wanting or actually having open worship of other 'gods'..."
{more at link]
https://www.gloria.tv/video/cqLTRLqGJw2C3Aom1TKwwE92d


Ephesians 6:12 King James Version (KJV)
~For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

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Re: WOW! Generational Spirits and Sixth Generation

Post by MasterZ » Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:55 am

WHAAA? How does a thread like this get no comments. was the site down or something?



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Re: WOW! Generational Spirits and Sixth Generation

Post by LostArbiter » Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:56 am

Damn GM, you post some good shit! :)



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Re: WOW! Generational Spirits and Sixth Generation

Post by Grand_Master » Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:58 am

MasterZ wrote:
Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:55 am
WHAAA? How does a thread like this get no comments. was the site down or something?
I believe the site was under maintenance when i posted this topic. I'll get it pinned so people can comment.


Ephesians 6:12 King James Version (KJV)
~For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

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Re: WOW! Generational Spirits and Sixth Generation

Post by Sun Tzu » Sat Jul 01, 2017 5:47 pm

Grand_Master wrote:
Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:58 am
MasterZ wrote:
Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:55 am
WHAAA? How does a thread like this get no comments. was the site down or something?
I believe the site was under maintenance when i posted this topic. I'll get it pinned so people can comment.
That explains it. Good post GM!



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Re: WOW! Generational Spirits and Sixth Generation

Post by Tempest909 » Sun Jul 09, 2017 8:02 pm

I read somewhere that Gen Z grown up will be the most conservative generation in ages. Only time will time will tell.



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