20240112

Does my dog goes to heaven?





Hello friends,


Eric Michel has been a bivocational pastor for 36 years. That happened not too long ago, on  December 7, reaching the 36.

He's from Quebec, Canada.

He is a father and a grandfather. His spouse Marie and he now have six kids, all middle-aged adults and many grandchildren.

He has been a chaplain since 2010 and a member of the International Federation of Christian Chaplains, Inc. in Providence, Rhode Island, for over 12 years. he never had to preach, and he never baptized someone, but he did celebrate weddings.


This podcast was published in 2021.


Hello! My name is Andrew, and I'm your Eric Michel Ministries International podcast host.


We are incredibly blessed and encouraged to receive daily emails from our listeners. We want to share some of those with you to see the tremendous impact of Monotheism, Christian theology, philosophy and morality and the beautiful ways Christ works. Thank you for giving our ministry a chance to broadcast the Independent Christian Podcast worldwide!



In the news:

The Archbishop and his spouse, the Right Reverend Marie, were vaccinated yesterday for the coronavirus.


Today's topic: Dog Goes to Heaven?

One of our listeners emailed us and asked if his dog would go to heaven.



The Theology about the Noosphere.


We view our earth as being covered by a sphere named Noosphere, where the soul goes to the death of the human body and generates a new human body at birth.


We also learn that the soul is our "conscientious" or our thoughts.

Animals and plants communicate, so they have a "conscience" in their brains. 


According to this statement, "YES," your dog will be in heaven, our heaven, the Noosphere.


The sad part is you will not be with him, more not even see him in the same way as any other people in the Noosphere, because we will be only a thought.


You can always contact Michel of Notre Dame by email at ericmichelministries@gmail.com



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On that note, we wish you good mental health and God Bless!


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Abortion


 


Hello friends,

My name is Eric Michel, and I've been a bivocational pastor for 36 years. That happened not too long ago, on  December 7, reaching the 36.

I'm from Quebec, Canada.
I'm a father and a grandfather. My spouse Marie and I now have six kids, all middle-aged adults and many grandchildren.

I have been a chaplain since 2010 and have been a member of the International Federation of Christian Chaplains, Inc. in Providence, Rhode Island for over 12 years. I never had to preach, and I never baptized someone, but I did celebrate weddings.

Chaplains are from different brides; we are interdenominational. I have been in a Baptist worship,  a Catholic worship, a Methodist worship, a United worship, and a Pentecostal worship.

I came from a time when 90% of the population went to Sunday worship; today, it is hard to find 10%, and mainly, they have all gray heads. People didn't stop believing; they just changed Jesus for the occult, Aliens,  mermaids and the Sasquatch.



My topic for today is "Abortion."

This podcast was originally published in 2021 

Good day, and welcome to another E. M. M. I.  PODCAST Number 21001.

Eric Michel Ministries International is first an Eastern Canada Community Chaplaincy and an association of Christian denominations named "Interdenominational Assembly of Churches."

E. M. M. I. Primates is the Most Reverend Eric Michel, the overseer of the organization.

We are incredibly blessed and encouraged to receive daily emails from our listeners. We want to share some of those with you to see the tremendous impact of Monotheism, Christian theology, philosophy and morality and the beautiful ways Christ works. Thank you for allowing our ministry to broadcast the independent Christian Podcast worldwide!

Eric Michel Ministries International. Presents this podcast

These days, we see on E. W. T. N., the Global Roman Catholic Network, repeatedly in the United States the topic of abortion.

People ask us what's our view at Eric Michel Ministries International on the topic of "abortion"?

First, let's see what the internet says about it:

The abortion from Wikipedia

Abortion is the ending of a pregnancy by removal or expulsion of an embryo or fetus. An abortion that occurs without intervention is known as a miscarriage or "spontaneous abortion" and occurs in approximately 30% to 40% of pregnancies. When deliberate steps are taken to end a pregnancy, it is called an induced abortion, or less frequently "induced miscarriage". The unmodified word abortion generally refers to an induced abortion.

When correctly done, abortion is one of the safest procedures in medicine. Still, unsafe abortion is a significant cause of maternal death, especially in the developing world, while making safe abortion legal and accessible reduces maternal deaths. It is safer than childbirth, which has a 14 times higher risk of death in the United States.

Modern methods use medication or surgery for abortions. The drug mifepristone combined with prostaglandin appears to be as safe and effective as surgery during the first and second trimesters of pregnancy. The most common surgical technique involves dilating the cervix and using a suction device. Birth control, such as the pill or intrauterine devices, can be used immediately following abortion. When performed legally and safely on a woman who desires it, induced abortions do not increase the risk of long-term mental or physical problems. In contrast, unsafe abortions (those performed by unskilled individuals, hazardous equipment, or unsanitary facilities) cause 47,000 deaths and 5 million hospital admissions each year. The World Health Organization states that "access to legal, safe and comprehensive abortion care, including post-abortion care, is essential for attaining the highest possible level of sexual and reproductive health."

Around 56 million abortions are performed each year in the world, with about 45% done unsafely. Abortion rates changed little between 2003 and 2008. They decreased for at least two decades as access to family planning and birth control increased. As of 2018, 37% of the world's women had access to legal abortions without limits as to the reason. Countries that permit abortions have different limits on how late in pregnancy abortion is allowed. Abortion rates are similar between countries that ban abortion and countries that will enable it.

Historically, abortions have been attempted using herbal medicines, sharp tools, forceful massage, or other traditional methods. Abortion laws and cultural or religious views of abortions are different around the world. In some areas, abortion is legal only in specific cases such as rape, problems with the fetus, poverty, risk to a woman's health, or incest. There is debate over the moral, ethical, and legal issues of abortion. Those who oppose abortion often argue that an embryo or fetus is a human with a right to life. They may compare abortion to murder. Those who support the legality of abortion often hold that it is part of a woman's right to make decisions about her body. Others favour legal and accessible abortion as a public health measure.

Since ancient times, abortions have been done using several methods, including herbal medicines, sharp tools, force, or other traditional methods. 
Induced abortion has a long history.  It can be traced back to civilizations as varied as China under Shennong (c. 2700 BCE), Ancient Egypt with its Ebers Papyrus (c. 1550 BCE), and the Roman Empire in the time of Juvenal (c. 200 CE). 

Induced abortion has long been the source of considerable debate. Ethical, moral, philosophical, biological, religious and legal issues surrounding abortion are related to value systems. Opinions on abortion may be about fetal rights, governmental authority, and women's rights.

In both public and private debate, arguments presented in favour of or against abortion access focus on either the moral permissibility of an induced abortion or the justification of laws permitting or restricting abortion. The World Medical Association Declaration on Therapeutic Abortion notes: "Circumstances bringing the interests of a mother into conflict with the interests of her unborn child create a dilemma and raise the question as to whether or not the pregnancy should be deliberately terminated." Abortion debates, especially about abortion laws, are often spearheaded by groups advocating one of these two positions. Groups who favour more significant legal restrictions on abortion, including complete prohibition, most often describe themselves as "pro-life," while groups against such legal rules describe themselves as "pro-choice." Generally, the former position argues that a human fetus is a human person with a right to live, making abortion morally the same as murder. The latter part contends that a woman has certain reproductive rights, especially the right to decide whether to carry a pregnancy to term.

At Eric Michel Ministries International, we are Pro-Life with health matter exceptions.

It has so many ways to avoid pregnancy that if a woman gets pregnant, she wants. We agree with the position "that a human fetus is a human person with a right to live."

And also agree to some abortions under the supervision of a medical doctor or a social worker.

Reasons for abortion:

First, in the case of rape, seeing the drama over and over each time the woman faces the child in person or thoughts.

Second, the mentally ill person, this person cannot provide for herself even less for others.

3rd economic situation, especially a woman on welfare, she or they as a couple cannot provide for themselves or themselves even less for another.

4th, a person who is a drug addict.
5th motherhood has women who cannot care for a child, and her parental sense is absent. It is psychological.

That is our view on abortion, but we have no say because the matter is entirely political. And we are not strong enough like the Roman Catholic Church to lobby with members of parliament and lawmakers.

As always, you can get in touch with us by email at ericmichelministries@gmail.com and don't forget to visit our website at www.ericmichelministries.org

On that note, we wish you good mental health, and God bless!


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20240111

The Devil




Hallelujah, Hallelujah!

Jesus, Jesus, Jesus


Let's pray, Holy Spirit, we welcome You. Holy Spirit, we know You are the Counselor of Truth, our help in need, and the One who fills us with the Spirit of God. Holy Spirit, we pray to come into greater communion with You this very day.


Hello friends,


My name is Eric Michel, and I've been a bivocational pastor for 36 years. That happened not too long ago, on  December 7.

I have a significant accent; I'm French from Quebec, Canada.

I'm a father and a grandfather. My spouse Marie and I now have six kids, all middle-aged adults and many grandchildren.


I have been a chaplain since 2010 and have been a member of the International Federation of Christian Chaplains, Inc. in Providence, Rhode Island, for over 12 years. I never had to preach, and I never baptized someone, but I did celebrate weddings.


Chaplains are from different brides; we are interdenominational. I have been in a Baptist worship,  a Catholic worship, a Methodist worship, a United worship, and a Pentecostal worship.


I came from a time when 90% of the population went to Sunday worship; today, it is hard to find 10%, and mainly, they have all gray heads. People didn't stop believing; they just changed Jesus for the occult, Aliens,  mermade and the Saskash.


My topic for today is the "Devil and the Ouija Board."


During these past holidays, I was a certified demonologist, yes, a big word, demonologists like Ed and Lorraine Warren.


Today, the Ouija board is the biggest sale in toy stores and on Amazon. 

It is a Yes Yes Board in English, translated from yes in French oui and yes in German Ja.


The Ouija board is not bad; it is a communication tool like your cellular, but the danger comes from what you do with it. If you notice that the Ouija board has no call display, you do not know who is at the other end.

Another thing from the spirit that answers your call is that the devil is a big liar, so he will tell you what you want to hear. Today, the devil managed to have a new board named the "Holy Spirit Board," with pictures of God, Angels, a Holy Spirit Dove, and even a "Good Bye Jesus." that is the biggest LIE ever; you want to talk with Jesus? It is done through your heart, in church and, of course, with us online. 


Don't forget your readings in:


Deuteronomy 18

Deuteronomy 18:10–12 – "Let no one be found among you who . . . practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritist or who consults the dead. Anyone who does these things is detestable to the LORD."


Leviticus 19:31 – "Do not turn to mediums or seek out spiritists, for they will defile you. I am the LORD your God."


Isaiah 8:19 – "When men tell you to consult mediums and spiritists, who whisper and mutter, should not a people inquire of their God? Why consult the dead on behalf of the living?"


Galatians 5:19–20 – "The acts of the sinful nature are obvious: sexual immorality, impurity and debauchery; idolatry and witchcraft. . . . As I did before, I warn you that those who live like this will not inherit the kingdom of God."


If you play this game, you'll be deceived; I'll let you reflect on it and make an informed choice. Thanx for watching







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20240106

Holy Mary's Miracle

 Merriam-Webster Web Sites:

miracle noun

  1.  An extraordinary event manifesting divine intervention in human affairs, the healing miracles described in the Gospels,
  2. An extremely outstanding or unusual event, thing, or accomplishment. The bridge is a miracle of engineering.
  3. Christian Science: a divinely natural phenomenon experienced humanly as the fulfillment of spiritual law


I do not know if it's a Miracle, but this event happened to me in 1983.


Percé, 1981
1980 Suzuki GS 1100

This story begins at the beginning of the 70s when I was a car passenger of my friend Gaetan H. We drove around the surrounding area of the Outaouais most of the time, but occasionally, we drove up to Montreal to spend a few hours in that city. Then it was a four hours drive down and back in Hull (Gatineau today)

On a few occasions, he brought me to visit Montreal churches Notre-Dame and St Joseph Oratory, but not simultaneously, La Ronde, cinema, bars and restaurants.

One time at the Oratory, when you go out of the primary worship place, there was an escalator to go down and just across the escalator was a souvenir boutique; I do not know why, but I purchased a Holy Mary Car Magnet to be stuck on the car's dash. The car dash was built in metal then. I didn't have a car, and I did not even have a driver's licence. So, during my motorcycle time, I stuck Mary on the tachometer.




1983

One day at lunch hour at work, my friend Denis invited me to have a beer with him, so we went to a bar on Portage; after one beer, he said I must go home for supper. I worked the evening shift lunch for me; he wanted me to go with him to his residence for supper and would be back on the job in no time. I didn't want to go, but he convinced me to go; Denis was driving a Honda Goldwing, and me the Suzy. From Highway 5, there are two exits to go to his place. One is St Raymond, and the other is Blvd Mont Bleu; I was in front of him and aiming at Mont Bleu when I looked in my mirror and saw him going off to St Raymond. So, to be at his place simultaneously, I accelerate up to 80MPH, passing a car, and then it happens.

I don't remember the month, but probably in. June, the bike was out of storage in May. At the same time, I asked Honda of Outaouais to do maintenance and a few repairs. It cost a fortune to take it out, but the mechanic told me that it leaked my front fork. That needs to be addressed; no more cash, so it was ok to drive at average speed. That year, Suzuki put oil and air in the front fork, and the air leaked.




Carrying on with the story, the motorbike, at that speed, starts to zigzag and wable, and it slows down to maybe 50 or 40 MPh, and it flips, and the bike and I start to slide for a good two to three hundred feet.


I was terrified of three things:

  1. Will I hit the cement divider? I'm in the passing lane.
  2. The bike is in front of me. Will I hit it if it stops sliding before me?
  3. Does a coming car run me over?


It was a scorching day. I had never done this but I didn't wear my leather jacket that day.


The result was a second-degree burn in my arms and back.


Treatment: in Hull hospital, swirl bath in water and iode.


I was sure of dying, and it didn't happen. Why?


A few days later, I probed my jeans pocket and found my Holy Mary Magnet all bent. My father told me that She saved me, probably lifting me off the ground and watching the surroundings so nothing worse would happen. I smiled and left; I believed in flying saucers and ghosts more than Divine intervention!!?








Michel of Notre Dame




Dash photo taken in 1982

 


More motorcycle photos here: the RC Legion 




About Mary, a few days ago, I received a mail from Our Lady of Lourdes Hospitality NORTH AMERICAN VOLUNTEERS because I'm a member, with documentation and two bottles of Lourdes water.

I poured the water on Marie's legs and right arm on Tuesday, and this morning, Saturday, I asked her if she was healed??? 

Her reply was no, but I have a lot less pain. 

Read about Marie here.
 


Michel of Notre Dame

20240105

BOLHG

 

The new protestant site is going well; it started on January 3, and we hope to end the construction in the spring, at least the main pages.

Michel de Notre Dame

20240104

Cleansing Ritual

 Satanism is a group of ideological and philosophical beliefs based on Satan, a figure of the devil in Christian belief who is also called Lucifer. Traditionally thought of as the worship or veneration of Satan and the subject of accusations by various Christian groups toward perceived ideological opponents through the centuries, actually self-identified Satanism is recent. The contemporary religious practice of Satanism began with the founding of the atheistic Church of Satan by Anton LaVey in the United States in 1966. Artists and entertainers have also used The concept of Satan for symbolic expression. Sharing "historical connections and family resemblances" and sometimes overlapping with Satanism is paganism, ceremonial magic, and "other dark entities such as Set, Lilith, Hecate, and Chaos," from the occult and the ‘Left Hand Path milieu.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satanism


Click on images for a better view.





Definitions of Satanism are complicated by the fact that they include legends of figures and groups alleged to have committed horrible crimes but who do not appear to have existed on the one hand, and figures such as Romantic Satanists, hellfire clubs and modern Satanists with very different views on who or what Satan was and represented. Some definitions offered by scholars include:

  • the worship or veneration of the figure from Christian belief known as Satan, the Devil or Lucifer;
  • the “intentional, religiously motivated veneration of Satan” (Religion scholar Ruben van Luijk);
  • Ruben van Luijk has also called Satanism an invention of Christianity, relying on a character deriving from Christian mythology, i.e. Satan...

The object was purchased in a Value Village between 2007 and 2010. The goal was to teach about satanism. Many other items were purchased then, like a set of Tarot cards that have nothing to do in "principle" with the devil.

Cleansing Ritual

Possessing humans, demons can also attach themselves to places, vehicles, and any other object. Attachment, sometimes called infestation, is often the early stage of possession. When I purchased this cross, no history came with it; who had it, what was it used for, and why was it found at Value Village?

Cleansing is by using sage to drive the demon away; I use it due to a lot of bad luck that happened through the years but never link them to the devil, especially since the house is full of crosses, Catholic objects and, of course, the Shrine. I use frankincense for the cleansing.

Note: The satanic cross is hidden in the house as the Right Revd. Marie will not be allowed to have it around us, nor an Ouija board.





Michel of Notre Dame


20240103

Demonologist VS Exorcist

 Demonologists have nothing to do with the paranormal; according to Bishop James Long, the devils belong to theology.




We learn from Paralearning in Modern Demonology for Paranormal Investigators the investigation process and communication with ghosts and devils are similar, like 

  1. How to conduct a séance
  2. How to call out to spirits
  3. Knock once for no, twice for yes
  4. etc.
The devil and the ghost are both a spirit entity.

The difference is in the surrounding elements; devils are uncomfortable with crucifixes unless they tell you who they are; you won't know the difference.
And, of course, the devil lies, so hard to set them apart unless you know how to deal with the devil.

Michel de Notre-Dame

20240102

Demonologist 2024


 Why have I been trained as a demonologist after 36 years in ministry?

Good question, but no direct answer!


As I was born into a Catholic family, I heard about the devil at a very young age, but it was more about right and wrong. I learn about the devil in my primary classes of third grade to sixth grade in our Cathecism class.




In the ministry training course, we learn about the devil in

  • Demon​ Cultural Ontology A supernatural being: a spirit, a divine force, a semi-divine being, an evil spirit, or a malevolent force.
  • Satan​ Devil, Systematic Theology
  • ​Devil/Demon, Supernatural Being The adversary of God.
  • Satan​ Devil, Cultural Ontology, An Evil Supernatural Being, Preaching Theme, Supernatural Being The adversary of God.
  • Concept
  • Literature

As all my training was aimed mainly at being a Chaplain, we did not learn much about the devil in Divinity courses.


WHY?


Following the Council of Vatican II and governments becoming increasingly laid, religion was removed from schools, hospitals, and others. Most people of the generation after mine became atheists; also, we noticed an augmentation of people toward spiritism and occultism, with sentences like "spiritual but not religious? 


Roman Catholic parishes claim not to have enough exorcist priests; we are living in a funny world. 


1966


In 1966, 14-year-old Eric Michel was going to his fifteen at the end of that year. As mentioned, I entered the paranormal world with an essay in grade height requirement from our teacher, Mr. Cormier, on the topic of our choice. I choose UFO.


Taking notes from an organism bulletin, the Ufologist of Ottawa that my father lay down on our buffet.


UFOs were one of many topics in my dad's library...


In his collection of books, we could find:

  • Sorciers d'aujourd'hui Editions de Crémille, Genève, 1970 height books
  • All paranormal books collection J'ai lu, Belline, 1977
  • Mystère de la mort Presses Universitaire, France, 1943 
  • Cours pratique de graphologie, Henri Dangles, Paris, 1937
  • Missals and other Catholic books
  • And the most intriguing and want-to-know books for teenagers, The Grand Albert and the Petit Albert


Of course, I wasn't allowed to read them, but when you're a young, curious boy.


From those books, especially Petit Albert (Grimoire), I was more interested in because of its size, pocketbook and Petit Albert graphics.


  • You learn how to make wands.
  • Talismans
  • A devil protection circles
  • How to call the devils depends on your needs because each devil has its own power. A devil for love, another for money, etc.
The devil in my life and ministry was never a priority; I was dealing with more evil persons than the devil itself.

  1. 2023 New Year's Eve Demonology 101 with Bishop James Long
  2. 2024 New Year's Day Diploma in modern demonology for paranormal investigators
Those courses don't make you a specialist, but they are enough to walk around if you are already a clergyman and, in my case, a paranormal ghost hunter since 2011.

Usage

Note in our class, Demonology 101, the teacher. The Right Reverend James Long,
mentioned that a Demonologist cannot perform exorcisms, but in the class of modern demonology for paranormal investigators, we learn how to perform an exorcist...

The ritual is two miles less long than the Roman Catholic exorcism. Oh! By the way, the devil doesn't belong to the Roman Catholic Church but to everybody, earth, human or animal event things.

Demonology isn't a subject that can be studied at university. It's not a recognized profession, and the title has little or no credibility outside the church. By studying demonology, by the very nature of the title, we become a demonologist.

My goal, like Saint Francis of Assisi, is to help, also as chaplain; in all my years of ministry, I crossed only one person who asked me for an exorcism, John from Britania, Ottawa. Didn't know what to do or what to say, and of course, I didn't refer him to any other church because he had already been exorcist many times by other pastors or ministers.

Cannot say if I will or not cross another person like John, but it is better to be prepared than...


The Devil and Me

I have a very old relationship with the devil via books and cinema.
One of my interests is to see how Hollywood presents the devil.

"Fascinating," will say Mr. Spock

The image of the devil is wrong, but they are more concentrated to scare you and make money.

The devil in my book is an entity, a ghost, a spirit, an evil spirit but a spirit anyway. Everyone knows you cannot see a spirit, so you cannot have any image of the devil, ghosts, or angels, even if my sites are illustrated with those images.

Love the graphic of Angels and Demons in (Aquinas 101) on YouTube.

I noticed in the class on modern demonology for Paranormal Investigators the terms used and descriptions can be found in many movies and documentaries like the one of The Conjuring by the Warrens.

When everyone uses the same language, it is more reassuring. 


God bless you!

Michel of Notre Dame