1. Hallucinogens

2. Narcotics

3. Stimulants

4. Depressants





Ex. 7:10-12 Aaron's rod swallowed their rods.

22:18 Kill the witches.

Lev. 19:26-31 God forbids these practices.

20:6 Rejected by God

20:27 Punished by death

Deut. 18:9-12 Abominations

I Sam. 15:23 Rebellion and stubbornness

28:3 Familiar Spirits

II Kings 21:5-6 Wickedness

II Chron. 33:6 Evil

Psalm 73:9 Evil tongue

Isa. 2:6 Soothsayers

5:13-14 Alienate believer from God

8:19 Familiar Spirits

Jer. 17:5 Oath brings a curse from God.

27:9-10 Prophesy lies

Zech. 10:2 God's presence

Hosea 4:6 Ignorance of Word of God

Mal. 3:5 Fear not God.

Matt. 5:14-16 Help others

5:34-37 Swearing or taking an oath

Acts 8:9 Sorcery

16:16-18 Soothsaying

19:19 Curious arts

Rom. 6:16 Slaves

I Cor. 6:19 Sacred Temple

10:31 Glorify God

II Cor. 4:4 Satan is god of this world.

I Tim. 4:1-3 Depart from faith

II Tim. 1:7 Sound mind

3:8 Corrupt minds

Rev. 9:11 Apollyon

9:21; 18:23; Sorcery

21:8; 22:15 Sorcery


There is growing concern among America's CEO's over the toll that our national drug problem is taking on their organizations and communities. A recent Allstate/Fortune magazine survey underscores how troubled corporate America is about this issue. The drug problem ranked second to the federal deficit in responses to the question: What is the largest problem facing the U.S. today?

1. The drug generation has entered the work force. Young adults tend to bring their drug habits with them. A 1986 survey showed that five years after graduating from high school, half of those who used marijuana daily in high school continue to do so.

2. One in four employed twenty to forty year old adults reported using an illicit drug in 1986; one in five reported at least one use in the past month.

3. As many as one in five American workers may have alcohol and drug problems. Ten percent of the labor force (11.5 million people) have a drinking problem.

4. A majority of employers responding to a recent survey said that between 6% and 15% of their employees have an alcohol or drug problem.

5. Approximately half a billion workdays are lost each year because of alcoholism alone, a 2% loss in productivity.

6. The federal government estimates that alcohol and drug abuse cost the economy $177 billion a year, including $99 billion attributed to lost productivity. Two-thirds of the cost is attributed to alcohol.

7. A University of Michigan study shows that lost profits as a result of abuse amount to $10 billion in the construction industry alone.

8. Nine of ten utilities, eight to ten transportation operations and over half of all sports associations and government agencies have implemented some kind of drug testing program.

9. Over half (57%) of all high school seniors had tried an illicit drug; and over a third had tried an illicit drug other than marijuana.

10. Among college students one to four years beyond high school, one in three used marijuana in the last year. Nine of ten used alcohol, and more than one in ten used cocaine.

11. Abuse of prescription drugs is a widespread problem, especially among adult women. The non-medical use of tranquilizers doubled between 1982 and 1985.

12. Absenteeism, medical expenses and lost productivity as a result of abuse are costing employers an average of 3% of their total payroll - roughly half the typical company's payments for an employee's Social Security coverage.

13.At least seven companies in the study said they calculated the cost of alcohol and drug abuse at more than $50 million each.

14. How bad is the situation years after this study?


I am always interested in the reasons why we do the things we do. The Bible tells us in Gal. 6:7-8, Do not be deceived and deluded and misled; God will not allow Himself to be sneered at - scorned, disdained or mocked (by mere pretensions or professions, or His precepts being set aside). He inevitably deludes himself who attempts to delude God. For whatsoever a man sows, that and that only is what he will reap. For he who sows to his own flesh (lower nature, sensuality) will from the flesh reap decay and ruin and destruction; but he who sows to the Spirit will from the Spirit reap eternal life. If you are in trouble, the Bible tells you that you are reaping what you have sown. The Bible also tells us that God has made a way for us to recover all (some times even better that it was before). We have to apply ourselves to diligently following the instruction given in the manual (Bible).

As I have pondered, prayed and studied the problem of drugs and their destructive power, I have become convinced that the overriding problem behind the use of destructive drugs is rejection. Many children today are not allowed to bond with their parents, therefore they never feel truly accepted or at oneness with the people they are naturally supposed to bond with. One of the causes of this is early baby days spent in nursery or day care situations where the care giver changes rapidly. It is very unsettling to try to settle alignment and affections on someone and have them leave you to quickly. Because of this, we have a whole generation of young people trying to fix something but they do not know what it is that needs fixing so how can they fix it? Another reason is being brought up in an unhappy, uncaring home. God has told parents to rear children (tenderly) in discipline, wise counsel and admonition of the Lord (Eph. 6:1-4 and II Tim. 3:1-3). One reason for so much divorce is this inability to relate intimately with others. The abuse of drugs is an attempt to satisfy rejection.

Looking up rejection in the Bible, I have found that God has not rejected a single person who has not persisted in rejecting God. See I Sam. 8:7; I Sam. 10:19; 15:23, 26; 16:1; II Kings 17:15, 29; Isa. 53:2; Jer. 6:19, 7:29-30, etc. All of these scriptures reassure us that if we heed God's call to us, He will not reject us.

When people come into the world we say, What a cute, little innocent baby. As far as sins they have committed, they are innocent. But some other gifts besides life that we have given them frequently puts them in bondage before birth. Because of the sins of their ancestors, they may be in bondage due to curses lasting many generations. These curses allow demon spirits to follow them, coerce them, and try to trick them into sins that will allow demons to control them in that demon's particular area.

We have not found a single person who has escaped the problem of rejection. Even if we are not rejected, rejection works very well when demons can convince us that we are rejected. Rejection is one of the best ideas the Devil ever had and it works so well he uses it against all people. Even Jesus did not escape rejection. He was despised and rejected and forsaken by man,....He was despised, and we did not appreciate His worth or have any esteem for Him (Isa. 53:3). Jesus was totally rejected of men. The Devil did not stop using rejection on Jesus even when He was on the cross. Jesus's response was, Father, forgive them for they don't know what they do.

The Devil used rejection on Eve when he told her she would be like God. Was not that question in response to what Eve was probably thinking? If she had not been thinking this she would not have taken the bait.

What does rejection do to you? It makes you open to all kinds of seduction because you do not feel complete nor settled. It may be a respectable seduction like food, work, play, prestige, money or non-respectable like street drugs, abnormal sexual activities, murder, abortion, witchcraft, etc. The person is always trying to find something to fix that spot so they will feel all right.

Rejection is behind over doing, lying, greed, denying a problem exists or our ability to control it, deception, etc. The work of the Holy Spirit within us is to bring us into proper self-control, peace and joy (Gal. 5:22-26).

We have a very large portion of young people today into all kinds of self-destructive practices. They can be seen congregating in many areas across the country. They are usually rejected children from rejected parents. As rejection passes down the generations, it picks up momentum in each succeeding generation unless someone applies the Biblical process to destroy its effects in a family.

One of the main reasons we go to doctors so much is to try to fix that spot of rejection. Before I received deliverance from rejection, I used to go to doctors who seldom could find anything wrong with me. I thought some drug would fix it. I was trying to get something done about the spot that was not satisfied.

Do you know that the rejection demons that have been cast out of you are always around looking for a chance to trap you and get back in. Here's an example of rejection at work: I went to the doctor to have him check to see if I had cracked any ribs. I had a minor wreck with my car and I hit my chest on the seat belt. I was feeling great when I went in but tested with high blood pressure. I was given a medicine for high blood pressure. I took one tablet and shortly began to see a kaleidoscope before my left eye. Since the pressure was not down enough, I was given another pill to try. I am discussing with Gene whether to take it or not. In the mist of this conversation Gene tells me I have always been stubborn. I decide to take the pill and be a nice obedient patient. By the end of three weeks I have depression, diarrhea if I eat, stomach pains if I didn't eat, bad headaches, dizziness, etc. When I returned in two weeks, I was indeed very ill. I also noticed that I had the symptoms of all the things he had said the blood test suggested I might have. I am beginning to wonder if drugs to cause emotional problems and symptoms are not added to curative drugs. Since I have been off the drug for three weeks, I no longer feel any symptoms that were suggested to me. I feel that often times the side effects of medicines are demon spirits. As you can see, I had played with one demon, Rejection, and had several of his friends come along with him.

When rejected people have not recognized that they are dealing with rejection, they will look all over, into and try a lot of things to help themselves. Their demons are so happy. The demons will help each other get into you. Of course they cannot just jump in; they have to have you give them the right to come in. Demons are just like us in that they are a spirit with a soul (mind, will and emotions) but they have no body. A body is what you have that they want. Many of the bad emotions we have are theirs. We must learn to separate our emotions and thoughts from theirs. Demons are never going to tell you that they are talking. They talk just like the body belongs to them. Ask the Lord to show you how they have worked you all this time. In James Chapter 1, God promises to give wisdom to all who ask.

Why would a person of normal intelligence do things that will destroy themselves? The Bible tells us that no man ever hated his own body (Eph. 5:29). If one desires to destroy himself, it must be someone using his mind and not him. Why do some people get on harmful drugs, become grossly over weight, work themselves to death or live in terrible fears? Often these things have roots in rejection.


1. Only the cleansed priest could go into the Holy of Holies. If he was not right with God he was killed and pulled out by a rope.

2. Drugs - To prescribe or administer drug mixtures.

3. Pharmacist (Greek - Pharmakia) To practice witchcraft or use medicine; also poison or medicine.

4. Pharmacological (Gr. Pharmakia) - Drugs, mania, madness, inordinately addicted to using drugs.

5. Witchcraft - One type is charmer or enchanter who uses amulets, potions or drugs to cast spells and control others for personal gain. This is the power or practices of witches, sorcery, black magic or irresistible fascination with Satan and his demons.

6. Idolatry (worship of evil spirits) - enchantment (sorcery), occultism, magic, witchery, witchcraft, charm, bewitched and medicine man; all these use drugs (poisons) to cause illness or influence others against their will.

7. God says this about witchcraft, enchanters and others who use these methods to change or control other people - see Old Testament verses.

8. Your mind is unsound when under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Satan becomes a part of your mind at those times, not God.


1. Medicine and physician in the Scriptures mean to cure, heal or recover completely. Satan has managed to reverse these meanings.

2. Matthew 5:34-37 forbids swearing or taking an oath to false gods. It is interesting to see the oath Satan has most doctors taking. Although it sounds good it brings a curse from the Father Himself (Jer. 17:5).

3. The first part of the Hippocratic Oath is a covenant or solemn agreement concerning the relationship of apprentice to teacher and the obligations of the pupil. The second part is the ethical code which reflects Pythagorean ethics.


"I swear by Apollo the physician and Aesculapius and Health and All- heal, and the gods and goddesses that according to my ability and judgement I will keep this oath and this stipulation to reckon him who taught me this art equally dear to me as my parents; to share my substance with him and relieve his necessities if required; to look upon his offspring in the same footing as my own brothers and to teach them this art if they shall wish to learn it without fee or stipulation; and that by precept, lecture, and every other mode of instruction I will impart a knowledge of the art to my own sons and those of my teachers and to disciples bound by a stipulation and oath according to the law of medicine but to none others.

I will follow that system of regimen which, according to my ability and judgement I consider for the benefit of my patients, and abstain from whatever is deleterious and mischievous. I will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked nor suggest any such counsel, and in like manner I will not give to a woman a pessary to produce abortion. With purity and with holiness I will pass my life and practice my art.

I will not cut persons laboring under the stone but will leave this to be done by men who are practitioners of this work. Into whatever houses I enter, I will go into them for the benefit of the sick and will abstain from every voluntary act of mischief and corruption, and further, from the seduction of females or males, of freemen and slaves.

Whatever, in connection with my professional practice, or not in connection with it, I see or hear, in the life of men, which ought not be spoken of abroad, I will not divulge as reckoning that all such should be kept secret.

While I continue to keep this oath unviolated, may it be granted to me to enjoy life and the practice of the art, respected by all men, in all times, but should I trespass and violate this oath, may the reverse be my lot."

The word Apollyon comes from the same root as Apollo (Revelation 9:11) . He is the god of destruction, medicine, archery, prophecy, music, poetry and represents the highest type of masculine beauty.

Aesculapius is the god of medicine, the son of Apollo by a demon nymph. All gods and goddesses: the caduceus is the staff of Mercury (twined by two serpents) god of commerce, messenger of the gods, cleverness, lying, thievery, eloquence, travel, etc.

Satan plans the sickness, then programs the symptoms which are treated by sincere and duty-bound doctors. Because of this a believer should move to break any evil soul ties with satanic medication and pray much about use of such things.

For a real eye-opener, go to the public library and ask to see the Physicians Desk Reference (PDR). It lists all the prescription drugs and their possible side effects. Sometimes the side effects produced by the chemicals are similar to the symptoms being treated.


The word medicine is used twice in the Old Testament (Prov. 17:22; Jer. 30:13). Medicine also occurs two other times (Ezk. 47:12; Jer. 46:11). The root words are Gehah (a cure); Gahah (to remove or heal); Teruwthah (a remedy) and Rephuah (heal). In each case the words mean to effect a complete cure or restoration to the one treated - to heal or restore completely.

The word physician is used five times in the Bible. In the Old Testament the Hebrew root word is Rapha or Raphan meaning to stitch, restore, make whole and heal thoroughly. The Greek root word in the New Testament means to cure or make whole.

Satan, as the god of this world, has introduced into the realm of medicine a group of chemicals and drugs spelled relief, relievers, tranquilizers, uppers, downers, etc. These are both prescribed and are on the shelf with the assumption they are safe to use or they would not be available. Such drugs and chemicals in the Bible are associated with sorcery (Greek: Pharmakia) - medication: Pharmacy: means magic, witchcraft, a drug, spell-giving potion, a druggist, pharmacist, magician, sorcerer, poisoner. In other words, the uses of chemicals by sorcerers in the Bible was to make it easy for the user to be invaded by evil spirits. Scriptures on sorcery: Acts 8:9; Rev. 9:21; 21:8; 22:15; 18:23.

In the light of these facts the question arises: What chemicals or drugs can a Christian take without affecting his spiritual sensitivity and desire to serve the Lord?

Scripture declares that real medicines heal or cure. Our problem arose when Satan caused worldly scientists, researchers and the medical profession to endorse reliever drugs which have no curative value but only serve to deepen the plight of the victim. So often a righteous church member may condemn alcohol as a reliever yet in her purse she carries Valium or Librium as a reliever for herself. (Have a pill dumping!)

Behind the scenes Satan's demons manipulate and interfere to bring about aches, pains, agony, diseases, etc. which afflict the minds, wills and emotions of their victims. Reliever drugs only mask the symptoms but do not cure them. Many of the modern pain relievers are so powerful they are capable of veiling the mind or setting up barriers between the Holy Spirit and the person's will or desire to seek the Father. This produces tension, worry and anxiety, necessitating an even stronger mind separator, i.e., tranquilizers. These can separate a person's mind from reality and (when prescribed by a reputable doctor, psychologist, or specialist) can further alienate the uninformed believer from God (Isaiah 5:13-14).

Viewed this way, many strong pain killers, tranquilizers and mind altering drugs constitute instant witchcraft, regardless of who prescribes or advises taking them. In a sense a believer taking some of these drugs while crying out to God for healing would be like a man begging the fireman to extinguish a fire while he continues to pour gasoline on it!

A mind-boggling drug produces two complications for a believer. First it may well constitute sorcery or witchcraft - seeking help from man, the flesh and the demonic. In that instance he would come under a curse from God because of involvement with the occult. It could also paralyze built-in defenses against the demonic opening the way for entrance of evil spirits just as in hypnosis, transcendental meditation and yoga.

Is all medicine bad? No, curative and healing arts which do not alter the mind or attitude toward God are what the Scripture calls medicine. But mind altering drugs are definitely in the caution area for believers.

Believers have an obligation to ask their physician or other knowledgeable person just what the function and action is for any so-called medication which is prescribed. They then have a choice and can pray to determine whether or not they should use any substance. The Bible definition of physician is one who restores (by stitching) or makes whole.

When considering the drug world it becomes obvious that we have been snared in a clever trap of Satan. Many mental institutions routinely give most inmates tranquilizers daily. Even in some schools, hyperactive children are given a pill a day to make them more controllable. Rather than following scriptural admonitions to do the work of Christ by delivering the bound person from spirits of nervousness, confusion, mind control, etc., chemical controllers are administered. Only obeying the full gospel will bring curative, rather than covering, action.

Because Satan is the god of this world (II Cor. 4:4), his philosophy and definitions, almost universally are accepted, even by the Christian community. Truly his tongue walks through the earth (Psalm 73:9). His control of the mental institutions, hospitals and their policies and procedures is often covert and cleverly hidden. This due to the widespread ignorance of God's people of the warnings and instructions of the Word of God (Hosea 4:6). When inmates are treated with daily dosages of mind-boggling pills they are further separated from reality and mental awareness and any real help.

If a believer is attempting to become more sensitive to the Father's guidance, he must realize that even the mildest pain killers (aspirin) or tranquilizers (promethazine) desensitizes the mind somewhat so as to dull sensitivity to the leadership of the Holy Spirit. In other words, the chemical changes can definitely affect areas of spiritual communication. This will be to a greater or lesser extent, depending on the strength and effects of the chemical substances, coupled with the vulnerability and susceptibility of the individual patient.

When God is dealing with a person by permitting buffeting of some nature, drugs may be employed to mask symptoms, thus delaying the showdown called for by the Lord. We routinely advise persons to leave off all drugs for at least a day before coming for prayer. Strong drugs surround and protect the demons, making it much more difficult to cause them to manifest or come out.

It must be emphasized here that, although we are quite sure of the demonic roots of many of these afflictions, we are still searching for the keys to dislodge all the intruders. The progress made thus far is indeed encouraging, but we are always learning more.

A recent pharmaceutical survey of practicing physicians shows the number one prescribed drug to be Valium for the four previous years (millions of doses). This demonstrates that nerves, tension, anxiety, worry and related problems are connected with the majority of cases they see.

Also many doctors apparently have found that rather than to attempt to probe and reprogram the real cause of worry, anxiety and nervousness it is far easier to disconnect patients from reality. With Valium or some similar drug, the mind is floated to a new level of unreality and kept there by a regulated dosage. This makes it more unlikely that the person will ever really seek and find help from the Lord.

The following is a partial list of drugs in the Physician's Desk Reference:

Tranquilizers Antidepressants Sedatives

Ativan Adapin Alurate

Serax Aventyl HCl Amytal

Verstran Deprol Belap

Haldol Elavil Bentyl

Inapsine Engep Buticaps

Innovar Etrafon Butisol

Libritabs Imavate Cantil

Menrium Janimine Carbrital

A-poxide Marplan Dialog

Librium Nardil Donphen

Lavium Norpramin Emesert

Atarax Pamelor Eskabarb

Vistaril Parnate Levsin/Pheno-

Eskalith Petrofrane barbital

Lithane Presamine Matropinal

Lithium Sinequan Mebaral

Lithonate Togranil Nembutal

Deprol Triavil Pamine

Equanil Vivactil Plexonal

Meprospan Repan

Millpath Seconal

Milprem Sedapap

Miltown Solfoton

Miltrate Aquachloral

Pathibamate Beta-Chlor

Lidone Dalmane

Tranquilizers Sedative

Continued Continued

Compazine Hypnotics Equanil

Etrafon Aquachloral Levoprome

Mellaril Carbrital Noctec

Permitil Dalmane Noludar

Prolixin Doriden Parest

Quide Matropinal Phenergan

Serentil Nebutal Quaalude

Stelazine Noctec Sopor

Thorazine Noludar Tranxene

Tindal Placdyl

Triavil Quaalude Pain Killers

Trilafon Triclos Aspirin, Etc.

Vesprin Valmid All


Introduced in 1963, by 1975 the Federal Drug Administration announced that Valium had become the most abused drug in the nation. In 1976, 60,000,000 prescriptions were written bringing $300,000,000 to the manufacturers.

Valium is prescribed to relieve tension; muscle aches; control spasticity; aid withdrawal from alcohol; calm presurgery patients and induce labor.

The drug is a crutch, a sister to Librium, which tranquilizes without reducing alertness. There have been no deaths from over-doses but it is highly addictive.

The drug is common among the higher income middle-aged housewives. Daily dosages range from 80-120 mg. of Valium. In forty to sixty days it brings addiction. Sudden withdrawal can cause severe convulsions.

Usually a more gentle withdrawal is cushioned with three weeks of phenobarbital to prevent convulsions. Self treatment results in seizures 30 percent of the time.



Drugs " Slang Name Description Medical Use Risk of Abuse

Marijuana Flowering resinous top None Altered perceptions,

(Pot, Grass, Boo) of female hemp plant impaired judgement

Peyote (Magic Dried cactus buttons Some experi- Visual hallucinations

Mushroom, Cactus) containing mescaline mental study impaired judgement,

possible psychosis

LSD (Acid, Hawk, Synthetic chemical 400 Some experi- Visual and auditory

The Chief) times more powerful mental study hallucinations,im-

than mescaline paired judgement,

possible psychosis

DMT Synthetic chemical Some experi- Possible psychotic

similar to mushroom mentation, reaction

alkaloid psilocybin chemical


STP Atropine-like None Same effects as LSD,

synthetic but more intense and

lasting 3-4 days


Drugs " Slang Name Description Medical Use Risk of Abuse

Opium Dried coagulated milk Treatment of Loss of appetite,

of unripe opium-poppy pain, severe temporary impotency

pod diarrhea or sterility. Pain

ful withdrawal


Morphine 10-1 reduction of Treatment of Same as above

(M, Miss Emma) crude opium severe pain


(H, Horse, Junk, Converted morphine None Same as above



Drugs " Slang Name Description Medical Use Risk of Abuse

Cocaine (Coke, Isolated alkaloid Anesthesia of Loss of appetite,

Corrine,Happy of cocoa leaf eye and throat irritability,

Dust, Snow) weight loss,


Benzedrine Synthetic central- Treatment of Nausea, hypertension

(Bennies-Pep nervous system obesity, narco- irritability, conf-

stimulant lepsy, encepha- sion, delirium,

litis, fatigue, aggressiveness



Drugs " Slang Name Description Medical Use Risk of Abuse

Nembutal (Yellow Barbituric acid Sedation , Incoherency,

Jackets) derivative treatment of depression,

insomnia possible respiratory

arrest, addiction

with withdrawal

symptoms, including

vomiting, tremors,


Seconal (Red Birds) Same as above Same as above Same as above

Luminal Same as above Same as above Same as above

(Purple Hearts)

Amytal Same as above Same as above Same as above

(Blue Heavens)

Miltown " Equanial Non-barbiturate Same as above Same as above


Doriden Same as above Same as above Same as above

Librium Tranquilizer Treatment of Blurring of vision,

anxiety, confusion, possible

tension, severe depression

alcohol, when combined with

neurosis alcohol


Ask forgiveness for taking drugs and medicines, and alcoholic beverages. Break soul ties with doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, psychologists, mental institutions, nurses, etc.

Cast out demon families of Rejection, Bitterness and Rebellion (Basic Deliverance) including their familiar spirits. Cast out demons of drugs and medicines, various spirits, groups of drugs, appetites and addictions, hallucinogens, narcotics, stimulants, depressants, tranquilizers, antidepressants, sedatives, pain killers, Valium, Librium, etc. including their side effects.


Appetites " Addictions Drugs " Medicines

Addiction to drugs and many other things Apollo and Apollyon

Drugs Aesculapuis

Bondage; slavery All gods and goddesses

Craving for and addiction to cigarettes Hippocratic Oath

Craving for and addiction to alcohol Caduceus

Cigarette Pharmakia

Nicotine Pharmacy

Amphetamine (also medical and slang names) Pharmacist

Barbiturates (medical and slang names) Witchcraft and Sorcery

Craving for and addiction to drugs



Fears Various Spirits Groups of Drugs

Flashback Nervousness Pain Killers

Habit Confusion Tranquilizers

Methodone Mind Control Antidepressants

Phenobarbital Tension Sedatives

THC Anxiety Hypnotics

Hashish Worry Hallucinogens

Pipe smoking Narcotics

Unreality and many others Stimulants



Drugs Witchcraft Medicines Poisons

Mania Madness Addiction Charming

Enchantment Amulets Potions Spells

Control Sorcery Black Magic Fascination

Idolatry Occultism Charms Bewitched

Medicine Man Unsound Mind Swearing Taking Oath

Hippocratic Oath Apollo Aesculapius Gods

Goddesses Mischievous Pessary Abortion

Corruption Seduction Apollyon Destruction

Caduceus Cleverness Lying Messenger of Gods

Thievery Soul Ties Relievers Tranquilizers

Uppers Downers Spell Giving Valium

Librium Aches Pains Agony

Diseases Tension Worry Veiling of Mind

Anxiety Alienation Pain Killers Mind Altering Drugs

Mind Boggling Paralyzing Hypnosis Instant Witchcraft

Yoga Hyperactive Nervousness T.M.

Confusion Mind Control Aspirin Promethazine

Dull Sensitivity Vulnerability Susceptibility Afflictions

Unreality Muscle Aches Spasticity Withdrawal

Convulsions Phenobarbital Altered Perceptions Impaired Judgement

Psychosis Hallucinations Psychotic Reactions Pains

Diarrhea Loss of Appetite Impotency Sterility

Anesthesia Obesity Narcolepsy Encephalitis

Fatigue Irritability Insomnia Nausea

Hypertension Delirium Aggressiveness Alcoholism

Neurosis Incoherency Depression Respiratory Arrest

Vomiting Tremors Convulsions Blurring of Vision


Seven books written by Rev. Win Worley, Hegewisch Baptist Church, Highland, Indiana. Most of the research was done by Dr. J.M. Haggard, (Doctor Veterinarian Medicine).