The Demons Who Were Cast Out Of Heaven, Are All Muslim

By Theodore Shoebat

The devils that fell from Heaven are all Muslim. I learn this not only from the fact that Islam is satanic, but from the Koran itself. I have done an entire video explaining how and why the demons are actually themselves Muslim:

By the admission of the Muslims’ own book, once the demons fell from Heaven, they converted to Islam, and not only that, but they vowed to protect Allah, and call him their lord. The Koran even provides a message from the demons themselves, called Surat al-Jinn (the chapter on the demons — jinn means demons), in which they praise the Koran, confirm their belief in Islam, attack the Trinity, saying God has no son, and promise that they will provide water to whoever converts to Islam:

Surely we have heard a wonderful Quran, Guiding to the right way, so we believe in it, and we will not set up any one with our Lord: And that He– exalted be the majesty of our Lord– has not taken a consort, nor a son: And that the foolish amongst us used to forge extravagant things against Allah: And that we thought that men and jinn did not utter a lie against Allah: And that persons from among men used to seek refuge with persons from among jinn, so they increased them in wrongdoing: And that they thought as you think, that Allah would not raise anyone:

And that we sought to reach heaven, but we found it filled with strong guards and flaming stars. And that we used to sit in some of the sitting-places thereof to steal a hearing, but he who would (try to) listen now would find a flame lying in wait for him: And that we know not whether evil is meant for those who are on earth or whether their Lord means to bring them good: And that some of us are good and others of us are below that: we are sects following different ways: And that we know that we cannot escape Allah in the earth, nor can we escape Him by flight: And that when we heard the guidance, we believed in it; so whoever believes in his Lord, he should neither fear loss nor being overtaken (by disgrace): And that some of us are those who submit, and some of us are the deviators; so whoever submits, these aim at the right way:

And as to the deviators, they are fuel of hell: And that if they should keep to the (right) way, We would certainly give them to drink of abundant water, So that We might try them with respect to it; and whoever turns aside from the reminder of his Lord, He will make him enter into an afflicting chastisement: And that the mosques are Allah’s, therefore call not upon any one with Allah: And that when the servant of Allah stood up calling upon Him, they wellnigh crowded him (to death). (Surat al-Jinn, 1-19)

There are two pertinent things to notice here, one is that they provide “drink of abundant water” to whomever “should keep to the (right) way,” which means that the demons bless converts to Islam. Is it any wonder that there are numerous converts to Islam cutting peoples heads off and doing all sorts of brutal murders in the West? People want to talk about when these people were “radicalized,” when the real point of attribution is the demonic influence and possession that is entering these people’s souls and causing them to commit the violence. When you see ISIS slaughtering Christians and destroying churches, what you are seeing is a bunch of people who have drunk the water of demons.

The second significant line from the Surat al-Jinn is “that He– exalted be the majesty of our Lord– has not taken a consort, nor a son“, which is a deliberate attack against the Holy Trinity. Therefore, when Muslims attack the Trinity, their sentiments are in agreement with the demons speaking in the Koran. Hatred of the Trinity is not just a Koranic belief, but is of the entire core of the demonic world. The Koran, by its very nature, is a demonic book that agrees with demons, and this is found in its own pages.

Ralph Sarchie, a demonologist who has done several exorcism cases, tells us that the demonic has an intense hatred for the Holy Trinity. He writes that “the demonic love to do things in threes, to mock the Christian trinity of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.” (Deliver Us From Evil, ch. 13 p. 300)

Sarchie recounts a story in which a family that was being heavily bombarded with demonic attack, began praying and a demon scratched a girl with three cuts on her face, in mockery of the Holy Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit:

She, Marybeth, and Jamie folded their hands and resumed their prayers for a few minutes, until Marybeth let out a loud yelp of pain. “Mommy, my face is burning,” she cried, and Claudia saw three side-by-side scratches appear on her daughter’s cheek . There was that number again, the calling card of the demonic. (Ibid, ch. 5, p. 107)

Even the traditional exorcism ritual itself commands, in the words of Sarchie, “all spirits ‘not in worship to the Trinity’ to depart” (Deliver Us From Evil, ch. 12, p. 240). This means that devils flee from the Holy Trinity.

The same demons who are adverse to the Holy Trinity are the same demons in the Koran who converted to Islam. The hatred for the Trinity, therefore, is demonic. The demons in the Koran reject that God has a son, and thus despise of sonship of Christ.

Satan himself, though he knows that Christ is the Son of God, is rebelliously defiant against the sonship of Christ. For when Jesus was in the desert he told him,

If You are the Son of God, command that these stones become bread. (Matthew 4:3)

Satan clearly here is challenging Christ’s sonship. Satan hates the very idea that Christ is the Son of God, and has devised, and is devising, all sorts of ways to misconstrue or refute the Trinity in order to deceive people.

Some cults, like Islam and Unitarianism, say that Christ is not God. Other cults, like the modalists or Oneness Pentecostalism, will say that God is not triune, and that Christ is merely a manifestation or projection of God. There are cults, such as the Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Seventh Day Adventists, that say that Christ was actually Michael the Archangel in the flesh.

Why would Satan want people to worship Michael the Archangel? Well, for one, Satan does not want you to revere Michael, but wants you to shift your worship away from Christ, and by getting you to think that Christ is Michael, he in turn gets you to worship the demonic. Satan hates Michael, and while one may think that Christ is Michael, that person is really bowing down to the devil.

Satan has nothing but enmity for Michael, and even hates any statues or any form of remembrance of the Archangel. So he will mimic himself as Michael. Why? Because he has never forgotten what happened to him and his demons, when they were utterly defeated by Michael and his angels. Satan has never erased from his memory how “Michael the archangel, in contending with the devil, when he disputed about the body of Moses, dared not bring against him a reviling accusation, but said, “The Lord rebuke you!”” (Jude 1:9)

Satan despises Michael because of his victory over him, and hence wants to become Michael. In doing this, he entitles himself as Michael and convinces people to worship him. It is no wonder as to why exorcists will ask for the help of Michael and his angels to cast the devils out, because it is he, by the command and providence of the Holy Trinity, who crushed the devil and his angels.

Some will even go far as to say that Christ never came in the flesh, but that He was a phantom or a ghost. These are what you call gnostics, and were quite powerful in medieval southern France when they called themselves Cathars.

There are also those who say that Christ was not God, but that he simply showed us how to become a “son” of God in the figurative since through His teachings. This is what Christian Science teaches.

All of these deceptions are made by the devil to misconstrue and sway people from the Holy Trinity to a demonic disfiguration of it. This is why we must always turn to Orthodoxy, and remember the Nicene Creed:

I believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible.

And in one Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son of God, begotten of the Father before all worlds; God of God, Light of Light, very God of very God; begotten, not made, being of one substance with the Father, by whom all things were made.

Who, for us men for our salvation, came down from heaven, and was incarnate by the Holy Spirit of the virgin Mary, and was made man; and was crucified also for us under Pontius Pilate; He suffered and was buried; and the third day He rose again, according to the Scriptures; and ascended into heaven, and sits on the right hand of the Father; and He shall come again, with glory, to judge the quick and the dead; whose kingdom shall have no end.

And I believe in the Holy Ghost, the Lord and Giver of Life; who proceeds from the Father [and the Son]; who with the Father and the Son together is worshipped and glorified; who spoke by the prophets.

And I believe one holy catholic and apostolic Church. I acknowledge one baptism for the remission of sins; and I look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come. Amen.”

The Credo is sung and can be heard here:

The Creed was composed by the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD, and was done to combat the heresy of Arianism, who was the true founder of Islam’s antichrist creed that rejects the Trinity. As I have before, Muhammad was not the founder of Islam, but Arius (the founder of Arianism). Muhammad converted to Arianism and built upon this demonic theology, and founded his cult on it. Islam is really just the Arabian extension of Arianism.

With these recounting and truths, in conjunction with the fact that in the Koran the demons hate the Trinity and believe in Islam, what does this tell us? The demons are Muslim.



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