Coronavirus: The demonic door that needs to be shut! The demonic spirits of Pan that need to be bound…!
Okay, so check this out. This afternoon while driving suddenly I heard The Spirit say, “Daughter, the demonic door needs to be shut and the demonic spirits of Pan need to be bound!”
As I listened, suddenly I saw the words…”Pan-demic” and “Pan-ic” come up before me and then I saw a wide demonic door being opened in the realm of the spirit over china through the eating of wild animals.
I was shown that many wild animals while being slaughtered were being offered up as sacrifices to different gods and sold onto the various meat markets!
I was shown that as these animal sacrifices were being done in China a demonic door was opened, hence giving the demonic spirits of Pan an entry way and a legal right to bring forth death and destruction upon the nations.
Now as I began to pray in the spirit concerning what I was seeing in the realm of The Spirit, I decided to pull over and quickly look to see if I could make a connection and look what I found.
I believe this is not a coincidence but a revelation from God that gives greater strategies for prayer;
God of Pan
The culture of ancient Greece involved a complex spiritual world of major and minor gods that oversaw human events and engaged in dramas of their own.
One of these, called Pan, ruled over nature and pasture lands. He is frequently depicted in literature and artworks.
Although he is not one of the major gods of ancient Greece, he is one of most often referenced figures in Greek mythology.
Pan the god of the wild
Pan is considered to be one of the oldest of Greek gods. He is associated with nature, wooded areas and pasture lands, from which his name is derived.
The worship of Pan began in rustic areas far from the populated city centers, and therefore, he did not have large temples built to worship him.
Rather, worship of pan centered in nature, often in caves or grottoes.
Pan ruled over shepherds, hunters and rustic music. He was the patron god of Arcadia. Pan was often in the company of the wood nymphs and other deities of the forest.
Perhaps because of his association with nature and animals, pan did not have the appearance of a normal man.
The bottom half of his body was like a goat, with the top half of his body being like other men. However, he is often depicted with horns on his head, and his face is usually unattractive.
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The parentage of pan is uncertain. Some accounts say he is the son of Hermes and Dryope, but others say he is the son of Zeus or the son of Penelope, wife of Odysseus.
The story of his birth says that his mother was so distressed by his unusual appearance that she ran away, but he was taken to mount Olympus where he became the favorite of the gods.
Like the other gods of Olympus, pan possessed enormous strength. He could also run for long periods of time and was impervious to injury.
He could transform objects into different forms and was able to teleport himself from earth to mount Olympus and back. He is depicted as very shrewd with a wonderful sense of humor.
In ancient roman mythology, a similar god is called Faunus.
Pan and music
The mythological stories involving pan usually involve his romantic interest in a lovely goddess of the woods who spurns his advances and gets turned into an inanimate object to escape him or who otherwise flees from his ugly appearance.
One story concerns Syrinx, a beautiful wood nymph. She flees from pan’s attentions, and her follow goddesses turn her into a river reed in order to hide her from him.
As the winds blow through the reeds, they make a gentle musical sound. Because he does not know which reed syrinx is, he cuts several from reeds from the group and set them in a line to make the musical instrument, the pan flute. Pan’s image is often depicted with this instrument.
Pan gave humans the word “panic”
One story involving pan is the tale of war, in which pan helps his friend survive a vicious struggle by letting out an immense cry that frightened the enemy and caused him to run away.
From this story, we get the word “panic,” the sudden, uncontrollable fear that leads people into irrational behavior.
Pan in the modern world
Over the ages, pan has been a symbol of the force of nature. In the 1800s, interest in this mythological figure revived, and communities organized festivals in which pan was the central figure.
Mythical stories of pan’s antics abound, and he continues to be a figure representing the ancient mystery of the forest, hunting activities and wildlife.
Like the other gods of ancient Greece, pan embodies many of the qualities of the world over which he ruled.
He is depicted as energetic, sometimes frightening, with the wild, unbridled creative force of nature that makes him an interesting, and often entertaining, character.
Note: I believe this insight gives a whole new and greater meaning to the importance of asking god to “bless our food and to bless it to our bodies”…. and asking him for His ‘Grace’ to be poured out upon our meal times.
Important; see this link below that was just shared on the comments by a dear sister. It really is a powerful confirmation of what The LORD spoke to me this afternoon, a lady called Barbara Yoder speaks about Pan… She is in Israel..!
“We visited the gates of hell yesterday. It is located at the headwaters of the Jordan River.
We believe God gave us this specific assignment to complete relative to the Coronavirus.
The gates of hell are where the god Pan ruled. It was a very dark pagan place of human sacrifice.
From this place Jesus declared He would build His Church, Ekklesia, ruling, legislating body and the gates of hell would not prevail against The Church, The Ekklesia!
Here is the video of that intervention.”
Blessings to you all.
~ by Veronika West