Fear is a choice tool in the assortment of weapons used to coerce unwitting Christians by charlatans masquerading as servants of God

Fear is a choice tool in the assortment of weapons used to coerce unwitting Christians. Charlatans masquerading as servants of God are on the prowl. The church has been infiltrated by occultists bent on imprisoning Christians with fear.

The charlatans who masquerade as modern-day ‘men of God’ have at their disposal a rage of tools acquired from the occultic world. These fake prophets and pastors have unleashed a flurry of cultic tools on the Christian church. These control freaks have invaded the church and are so preoccupied on controlling and corrupting the minds of Christians.

Brainwashing, mind control, indoctrination, oppression, coercion, intimidation, legalism, false teaching, guilt, shame, peer pressure, and other bondage techniques to control the unwitting Christian is the primary objective of these Charlatans. They use the cover of misinterpreted bible verses and a range of tricks disguised and miracles to increase church attendance and obtain more money. The goal is said to be “winning souls to Christ,” but the underlying agenda is the desire for more power, control, and money. These mind control and bondage techniques are not needed to win souls to Christ. In fact, they are very counterproductive to soul winning.

Matthew 23:4 “For they bind heavy burdens, hard to bear, and lay them on men’s shoulders; but they themselves will not move them with one of their fingers. 5 “But all their works they do to be seen by men.”
Matthew 23:15 “Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you travel land and sea to win one proselyte, and when he is won, you make him twice as much a son of hell as yourselves.

These charlatans use fear tactics as a means of coercing their congregations into paying so-called tithes or sowing financial seeds. Using fear to manipulate and/or control people’s behaviour is actually a form of fear-based mind control.

On the 28 July 2018, I joined my brother Raphael Chiamaka Ajaere on his Facebook live broadcast. We explored the influence of fear-based mind control in the Christian church. He shared some interesting perspectives and showed a video in which, Daddy GO Enoch Adejare Adeboye nonchalantly brags about mind controlling his congregates.

A practice used in the occultist world

Fear-based mind control is commonly associated with cults and secret societies, but fear-based mind control is also present in the Christian church.
Yes, the church and man like Enoch Adejare Adeboye are openly stating that they do it.
So, what is fear-based mind control?

I argue that this is a practice used in the occultic world. Indeed, it has been imported into the Christian domain by charlatans masquerading as prophets and pastors. By definition Cultic mind control, is a process of either unconscious or intentional change of an individual’s behaviour, thought, and emotional patterns through subtle, deceptive, and damaging means by unethical spiritual leaders who hold positions of trust and authority over them.


Based on the above definition of cultic mind control I submit to you my definition of fear-based mind control as it relates to the Christian church.
Fear-based mind control is the process by which trusted authority figures such as preachers use fear tactics to change a person(s) behaviour, thought, and emotional patterns.
The use of fear-based mind control is commonly used by some preachers who are always trying to coerce or manipulate their congregations into tithing as was demonstrated in the video clip which showed Enoch Adejare Adeboye demanding tithe from his pastors. Indeed, many Christians are being exposed to fear-based mind control and don’t even know it.

The threats

Here’s an example that some of you may relate too:

I have watched many prominent preachers give sermons. During which the preachers get on the subject of tithing. Then make such statements:
“If you give God percent He’ll bless the 90 percent.”
Then they go on to say:
“If you don’t tithe the devil will take all of your money!”
Now, I’m sure you’ve heard some preachers say something to that effect in one way or another. Some preachers are constantly threatening their congregations with something bad happening to them IF THEY DO NOT TITHE.

If you are being exposed to this type of message, then you are being exposed to fear-based mind control.
Let’s break this fear-based mind control message down by first revisiting my definition of fear-based mind control.
Fear-based mind control is the process by which trusted authority figures such as preachers use fear tactics to change a person(s) behaviour, thought, and emotional patterns.

A message in which a preacher tells you the devil will take all of your money if you don’t tithe has all the components of fear-based mind control.
• A Trusted Authority Figure: Preacher
• Fear Tactic: The devil will take all of your money.
• Change in Emotional Pattern: The congregation is now afraid. This fear causes a change in the thought pattern in the congregation.
• Change in Thought Pattern: The congregation now thinks paying so-called tithes will keep the devil from taking all of their money
• Change in Behaviour Pattern: As a result, the congregation pays so-called tithes, and this reflects a change in behaviour.
Of course, this is just one example of how Fear-based mind control is used in the church.

Fear-based mind control tactics

So why do some preachers use Fear-based mind control tactics on their congregations?
Because It works, and this is why Fear-based mind control works:
Fear is a powerful emotion. By nature, human beings FEAR bad or negative things happening to them. So consciously or subconsciously people do things to avoid the experiences they FEAR.
So, Christians who fear that something bad will happen to them if they don’t tithe are susceptible to this type Fear-based mind control message. Even though this type of Fear-based mind control is effective using such tactics on the Body of Christ is not biblical.

Important Scripture to remember

The Bible teaches that:
For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind (2 Timothy 1:7, KJV).
God doesn’t want you acting out fear. When you come under the influence of a preacher who uses fear-based mind control you have given your power, and in some cases your money, over to an unethical preacher. Also, fear and love cannot occupy the same space at the same time. So, when you act out of fear you have abandoned the Spirit of Love. Finally, a fearful mind is not a sound mind because when you’re overcome with fear you do not think rationally or use good judgment.
Free yourself from Fear-Based Mind Control
Reclaim the Power, Love and Sound Mind God has given you.

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