Dr D. K. Olukoya: Deliverance From Placenta Bondage

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Deliverance From Placenta Bondage PRAYER POINTS:
1. Every placenta witchcraft targeted against my destiny, what are you waiting for, die, in Jesus name.
2. Every caldron of darkness that is harassing my destiny, break, in the name of Jesus.
3. Every chain of darkness around my waist, break, in the name of Jesus.
(Lay your hand on your belly-button).
4. Placenta witchcraft manipulating my destiny, die, in the name of Jesus.
5. Thou bank of satan, release my placenta, in the name of Jesus.
6. Every satanic transfer into my destiny through the placenta, I cut you off, in the name of Jesus.
7. Blood of Jesus, recover my placenta from the earth, in the name of Jesus.
8. Blood of Jesus, recover my destiny from the waters, in the name of Jesus.
9. Every placenta attachment to my place of birth, what are you waiting for, die, in the name of Jesus.
10. Thou eater of flesh and drinker of blood, vomit my placenta, in the name of Jesus.
11. Thou power of God, deliver me from placenta bondage, in the name of Jesus.
12. Every power using my placenta against me, what are you waiting for, die, in the name of Jesus.
13. Every covenant between any tree and my placenta, break, in the name of Jesus.
14. Every blessing that I have lost through placenta witchcraft, I possess you, in the name of Jesus.
15. Every cage of placenta manipulation, break, in the name of Jesus.
This session is titled: Lord Purge My Foundations.
16. I release myself from any inherited bondage and limitations in the name of Jesus.
17. O Lord, send Your axe of fire to the foundation of my life and destroy every evil plantation.
18. I release myself from the grip of any problem transferred into my life from the womb in Jesus name.
19. I break and loose myself from every inherited evil covenant in the name of Jesus.
20. I break and loose myself from every inherited evil curse in the name of Jesus.
21. I command all foundational strongmen attached to my life to be paralyzed in the name of Jesus.
22. Let the roots of family witchcraft be uprooted from the foundation of my life in the name of Jesus.

34 Comments

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Troy Day

    William DeArteaga Have you done theoretical study on Placenta Bondage? This seems new. Anything by J. Eckhart on it? Robert Borders

  • Anthony Lombard
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Anthony Lombard

    Why would anyone waste their mind and time on this kind of lunacy?

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Troy Day

    How do you mean Anthony Lombard How is prayer waste of time?

  • Dan Irving
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Dan Irving

    False teachings from the western church seems to have been given wings on the continent of Africa. We see the true spiritual fruit of Positive Confessionism, the Prosperity Gospel, Dominionism, demonic manifestations substantiating man-worship within “churches,” etc., etc.

    • William DeArteaga
      Reply August 3, 2017

      William DeArteaga

      Too rash a judgement.

    • Dan Irving
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Dan Irving

      I’m not saying there is no true Christianity there, but I don’t believe it is even deniable there is much rank heresy and false signs occurring there.

    • Dan Irving
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Dan Irving

      William DeArteaga BTW, I was not responding to this post. Somehow I thought I was responding to a different post. (Don’t know anything about placentas.)

  • Link Hudson
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Link Hudson

    I read the list there, and I was like, ‘Huh?’ I’m not familiar with the author’s frame of reference. Maybe there is some kind of placenta-based witchcraft going on there.

    I have translated for an African preacher in Indonesia. I saw him a few days ago. He was talking about a preacher who asked a witchdoctor to help him grow his church. The man took him to a certain place, he said, and he saw a mermaid. He said mermaids sleep with witchdoctors. I said that didn’t make sense. They have fish parts. But, no, they turn into women first. He believed these things were spirits, though, water spirits.

    I’ve got a western missionary friend who has talked about being sexually assaulted by a demon as a new believer when he hadn’t yet given up his vouyerism. He’s very intellectual. Then there is that whole debate about where the Nephelim came from.

    Anyway, I digress. The African preacher occasionally says some stuff that to my ears seems rather weird about demons. Demonology seems to be informed by local witchcraft beliefs. My wife brought up the flying head witch doctors of Kalimantan (Borneo), kuyung, who are said to have heads that separate from their bodies dragging neatly wrapped esophagus behind, seeking new born babies so they can drink their blood. I had dinner once with the sister-in-law of a COG (GBI that is) preacher who said she didn’t believe in kuyung until she saw one flying behind their car when they went to Kalimantan. She’s Dayak, from the area. Her husband said if you ask people who live there, they say if you are there briefly, you probably won’t see there, but those who have lived there a long time have. My wife went into that area and there were a lot of people who worshipped idols and lots of mentally ill people in the village she visited.

    As far as this stuff goes, if demons were behind turning sticks into snakes in Egypt, maybe they can transform matter. Or they may be able to alter people’s perceptions of reality, or project images, so that people see, feel, or touch mermaids or see flying head witchdoctors. Or maybe the heads really fly.. Maybe it’s something like a demonic holodeck.

    Back to placentas and the post, I just wonder how Biblical it is that if we are concerned about some kind of witchcraft, if we start using Jesus name to break this and break that and declare this or that. There is an example of commanding a demon to come out in Jesus’ name. But what about this other stuff?

    It’s hard to comment on some of this, since I don’t know their beliefs. Do witchdoctors obtain placentas and perform witchcraft with them?

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Troy Day

    I remember vaguely reading about some new thing where mothers eating the placenta of their new born containing the actual stem cells. It was connected with some ancient ritual that if not eaten some with can eat/use it. Wish I take notes like William DeArteaga and could easily come up with the actual source when needed in a discussion like that. Do you think it is only an African phenomenon? called placentophagy – while it’s not a new idea, it’s been getting a lot of buzz lately. The trend even gained celeb cred when January Jones, of Mad Men fame, said she’d popped placenta pills after the birth of her son to help avoid the baby blues and keep her energy up. https://www.whattoexpect.com/pregnancy/ask-heidi/eating-the-placenta.aspx

  • Link Hudson
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Link Hudson

    I saw some placenta pills for skin in a store in Jakarta once. I was totally shocked that such cannibalism was allowed and that such a thing could be sold. There are also people who drink cobra’s blood. The former president’s doctor’s wife, a former co-worker of mine, and a Muslim, would drink it. Drinking blood is against Islam, but she considered it exempt since she considered it to be medicine.

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Troy Day

    Special force black ops SEAL-6 team Richard “Dick” Marcinko aka Sharkman eat the venom bag of the cobra Just saying in case some still doubt snake handling as Special force black op SEAL-6 Holy Ghost Protocol for terrorism in the kingdom of darkness 🙂 Street Preacherz Stan Wayne

    • Street Preacherz
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Street Preacherz

      You might handle snakes in purity of heart but don’t brag about it. Because you know you’re mama told you not to. And that’s a atuomatic whopping.

  • Walter Polasik
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Walter Polasik

    But you guys are missing the title of the article. DELIVERANCE from “placenta bondage”. I thought I’d seen and heard it all. But , apparently, I now understand why “Pentecostalism” is such a big hit in African countries. It’s because before they hear anything about Jesus, they’re grandly superstitious and caught up in all sorts of nonsense. Then, when they DO hear about Jesus, it’s usually from some quasi-“Pentecostal” who does nothing else but talk about deliverance. No theology, no discipleship, no standard Christianity. They just hold dramatic services with “child prophets” or other sensational nonsense. The people come dressed up to church in their best (this kind of prideful flaunting of appearance, dress, financial status etc. was only supposed to be a white people thing right?) to watch the “drama”. And those rich Nigerian or other preachers certainly know how to serve up drama! But go to any one of the congregants from these churches and ask them to explain, simply, from Scripture, how one is born again and justified or where in Scripture it talks about enduring faith and suffering and you’ll see a blank look on the face. Such a Pentecostalism is, in fact, a parody of Christianity and not the real thing. And the sick thing is that a lot of these “showman” pastors talk and flaunt as if they really have a power anointing from the Holy Spirit (the old TBN trick) and do a lot of stage theatrics. The people, raised up on superstition and gullibility, eat it up. “Oh, Dr. so-and-so is a GREAT man of God. Yes, very powerful and anointed.” Meanwhile he’s walking (no, wait, DRIVING in his Lexus or better) all the way to the bank, laughing his head off! If you can get 2000 people together and each contributes a $1, that’s $2000 right there. Half for maintaining whatever tent or church they meet in half the BIG MAN. And so on. Easy money. Next Sunday’s message? “Receive the Anointing So You Can Walk in VICTORY!” After that? “Obeying the Prophet’s Word” Those people don’t even know the Book of Acts and the Epistles well enough I’ll bet!

    • Robert Borders
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Robert Borders

      The Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministry has a local church in Lagos, Nigeria with an auditorium that seats 500,000. Another church in Lagos has a membership of more than two million persons. Ministries from Nigeria are planting hundreds of churches in the US.

    • Dan Irving
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Dan Irving

      Walter Polasik, Sounds a lot like what the USA is becoming, just with less subtlety. But I wouldn’t assume it is all theatrics. I’m convinced there are demonic manifestations occurring in many of these ministries.

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Troy Day

    Some African nations swaddle the placenta in blankets and bury it beneath a tree as a tree symbolizes ongoing life.

    The shadow of life: psychosocial explanations for placenta rituals explains

    Culturally determined patterns of behavior associated with placenta disposal are characteristic of many modern and ancient societies. This paper defines this type of placenta disposal as a ritual event that delimits a “portion of reality”; explanations are provided leading to the conclusion that placenta rituals operate as anxiety releasing mechanisms that provide a means of control over the future health and welfare of mother, child, and community. The question of why the placenta figures so prominently in folk beliefs and practices has previously been attributed to its morphological and physiological properties; this paper argues that attributes associated with it from a psychosocial model are equally important. The data for this study were drawn from a compilation of ethnographic reports of post-partum practices in African, Asian, European, and Latin American societies. Additional information on placenta disposal was derived from interviews with 1,859 Peruvian informants. Analysis of the data obtained from the Peruvian studies show a significant difference between rural and semi-urban patterns of placenta disposal.

    Sam scholarly journal defines the term — “Occult placenta accreta” #noughsaid https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2580666

  • Link Hudson
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Link Hudson

    One of my children was born in Indonesia. One of the cleaning service was asking me what to do with the placenta. I said something along the lines of throw it away. They wanted cash to bury it. I was wondering why they were hitting me up for money. My wife said many Indonesians believed that a placenta was a miscarried twin, and it was cruel to them to say just throw it away. Apparently, they didn’t just throw the thing out with the medical waste at the hospital either because it was the custom to bury it. And it turns out they wnated just a little money, by my standards. So I paid them to bury it.

    • Walter Polasik
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Walter Polasik

      Trust me, these hucksters know why and how to hit up a white westerner for money. What needs to happen in Indonesia and Africa is the preaching of the true Gospel in its’ fullness and breadth.

    • Link Hudson
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Link Hudson

      Walter Polasik I believe this case, the hospital didn’t just dispose of placentas because of social customs, or my wife just wanted it buried so they wouldn’t think us cruel. Her people usually bury the placenta. She’s Indonesian. As long as there is no strange ritual involved, it wodn’t bother me.

    • Walter Polasik
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Walter Polasik

      Oh, your WIFE is Indonesian. Well, that’s interesting. It’s true, you have to look at things carefully, sometimes on a case-by-case basis. But, I’ve just seen so much hucksterism and fakery, not least from that part of the world, that I understand why good Gospel missionaries tell cautionary tales both about indigenous versions of Christianity as well as about Charismatic evangelists.

  • Link Hudson
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Link Hudson

    At least the post is not about the placenta spirit. They need to stop inventing spirits.

    Do you think a book ‘Freedom from the Placenta Spirit’ would sell? If someoen wrote an article, maybe Charisma online would publish it.

  • Street Preacherz
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Street Preacherz

    “people need to stop inventing spirits” agreed Mr Link Hudson. Does a Jezebel spirit come under that heading? We always hear about her not Ahab.

  • Link Hudson
    Reply August 3, 2017

    Link Hudson

    The literal Jezebel spirit would be the spirit of a dead queen of Israel descended from Canaanites.

    • Walter Polasik
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Walter Polasik

      But do you see, Link Hudson and Street Preacherz, how Pentecostalism is given a bad name because of teachers and teachings like this? “Placenta spirit” indeed!

    • Troy Day
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Troy Day

      Walter you are approaching Pentecostalism with purely western mindset while Pentecost started in the Orient and with their own mentality. We only adopted it. Just read Acts and see how many and quite strange demonic occurrences they had to deal with I dont quite agree with all that’s going on but lets no easily discard the whole world via our own imperialistic mission mindedness …

    • Link Hudson
      Reply August 3, 2017

      Link Hudson

      Walter Polasik I certainly see the problem. Though ‘Jezebel spirit’ is probably more a ‘Third Wave’ thing, IMO.

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 4, 2017

    Troy Day

    Link Hudson Seems Jezabel was problem of the first wave in the OT with Ahab, and then again for the 2nd wave in Revelation so maybe just maybe this one time Third wave got it actually and Biblically right?

  • Street Preacherz
    Reply August 4, 2017

    Street Preacherz

    It seems in this post the pastor is dealing a very real occult threat. It may be unique to that culture and abhorant to us. But they may feel the same way about abortion in America.

  • Link Hudson
    Reply August 4, 2017

    Link Hudson

    Troy Day, neither the Old Testament nor New Testament mention a ‘Jezebel spirit.’ I assume people mean a principality by that term, some kind of fallen angel and/or demon. I’m not saying it couldn’t exist, just that the Bible doesn’t address the topic.

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 4, 2017

    Troy Day

    I disagree. Both OT and NT mention Jezebel who had a spirit. So there you have it. Also Revelation does not speak of an actual physical Jezebel but of her spirit abiding in a church. It is commonly accepted the Revelation women described as Jezabel was not called actually that except in the Spirit vision of John and by the Spirit speaking to the churches. Jezebel spirit was very much in Revelation – 3rd wavers today just make it a bit more commercially appealing … Oh and BTW Psalm 2 does not command them to kiss the Son in the future but in a very imperative present tense 🙂 meaning He had to have been the Son right there and right then

  • Link Hudson
    Reply August 4, 2017

    Link Hudson

    Troy Day, No, Revelation does not say anything about Jezebel’s spirit being in the church. Someone was called ‘that woman Jezebel.’ That doesn’t mean she was possessed by the dead woman’s ghost. It doesn’t even mean the same demon was on her that was on Jezebel. That’s possible, I suppose, but it is speculation.

    I hear the ‘Jezebel spirit’ accusation has been used to label women who are outspoken, or controlling, or not liked for whatever reason. There is also the potential that a leader or someone else in the congregation who feels threatened by or uncomfortable around someone else could just accuse that person of having some kind of demon, and get them kind of ostracised without accusing them of a concrete sin.

    ‘That woman Jezebel’ was teaching the people to commit fornication and to eat meat offered to idols, not just be controlling (or even wear makeup). I don’t see that much of a connection between this and some of the ideas I’ve encountered from the pop Charismatic/Third Wave teachings on the subject.

    I can’t remember who was arguing against eternal Sonship, but I don’t know if you’ll get his agreement based on that.

  • Troy Day
    Reply August 4, 2017

    Troy Day

    I will probably regret going down your next rabbit hole but since you hijacked the OP with Jezabel what connection did you see between both and how is that important for our Pentecostal Theology today?

  • Reply January 22, 2019

    Elisha Ahmed

    You People are talking so excited I love it, keep it up……

  • Reply November 7, 2019

    Olisa Anwuna

    The devil’s primary tactic has always been anonymity!

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