Welcome to the February edition of “Pray Away the LaVey.
It is vital that we become familiar with occult holidays so that we can pray and fast for the protection, release, and healing of people and children caught up in its dark web. There are all sorts of things going on in the world right now, but we cannot use these diversions as an excuse to forget about the real warfare going on underground and all around us.
If the idea of praying for Satanists, or praying against occult rituals and holidays overwhelms or frightens you, or you don’t know where to begin, check out Russ Dizdar’s Prayer Mapping course; or listen to Tom and Vicki’s prayer mapping episode HERE.
I pray that the information below will be a valuable resource in assisting you as you pray for the protection of our children, the salvation of those steeped in these traditions and bloodlines, and against the Enemy’s power that is unleashed in greater measure on these charged dates.
HIGH HOLY DAYS ON THE OCCULT CALENDAR – February 2023
New Moon (in Aquarius)
LGBTQ History Month (through 2/28)
Imbolq (Pagan/Wiccan) Celebration of the goddess Brighid
Februalia (Pagan) Honoring Februus, Roman god of death and purification (through 2/2)
Illuminati Human Sacrifice Nights (through 2/2)
Là Fhèill Brìghde (Celtic)
Fornacalia (Roman) (through 2/17)
Aphrodesia (Greek) Honoring the goddess Aphrodite (Queen of Heaven)
St. Apollonia’s Day (Catholic)
Parentalia (Roman festival honoring the dead/parents) (through 2/21)
Valentine’s Day (Occult: human sacrifice)
Taromat (Yatuk Dinoih) (Luciferian)
Nirvana Day (Buddhist)
Magha Puja Day (Buddhist)
Lupercalia (Wiccan/Pagan) fertility celebration
Full Moon (in Leo) aka snow moon or the quickening moon
Feast of Shesmu (Egyptian)
Neshimiron (Qlippoth) (Luciferian)
Tree Month of Ash (Celtic) (through 3/17
Feast of Nut (Pagan) Honoring Egyptian goddess of the sky
Festival of Terminus/Terminalia (Roman)
St. Valpurgis Day (Occult: blood rituals, communion of blood and dismemberment)
Hygeia’a Day (Greek) (one of the gods mentioned in the Hippocratic Oath)