Can taking workout supplements a form of witchcraft? This article is not intended to accuse or assume, but to point out what my research has revealed to me after receiving a revelation about my own life. Also I am not saying that all supplements are witchcraft but that some could be.
While serving in the military I personally became addicted to working out. So much so that in order to break out of plateaus I had to take a magic substance “Pharmakeia” to help me transform my body.
I became so addicted to this magic potion that I even began to take it on days that I was not working out. Then one day not so long ago I began to have panic attacks out of no where. Then I noticed that whenever I took this magic potion, I would get the panic attacks. I slowly got to a point where I could no longer take these workout supplements because I feared the panic attack that would ensue.
I wound up in bondage and dealing with panic attacks and high anxiety about when the next attack would come on. Then a minister came to me speaking about a subject I knew very little about. He used a word I had never really heard before, Pharmakeia.
Taking Workout Supplements a Form of Witchcraft?
I asked him what it was and he explained that it is a form of witchcraft or sorcery. I personally took his word at face value and did not think much of it. The panic continued and I was in serious bondage. I began to research bondage and what causes bondage in ones life. I also began to study demonology and where they came from as well as how to deal with them. All of this came about because of my fear of anxiety and panic that had consumed me.
Here is some definitions and sources you can look at to understand what Pharmakeia is exactly.
According to the Strong’s Concordance
Pharmakeia: the use of medicine, drugs or spells. pharmakeía (from pharmakeu?, “administer drugs”) – properly, drug-related sorcery, like the practice of magical-arts, etc.
Pharmakeia is the Greek word for pharmacy, which is the practice and making of medication and vitamins. and the making of spell-giving potions, oral chemical potions (or elixirs) believed to have transforming powers, such as the power to extend life, boost energy, or enhance the mind. It also refers to any substance used to poison someone, to prevent or treat disease (or, for that matter, to cause it), or to gain control of someone’s behavior.
Now don’t take my word for it, I am simply sharing my story and what I went through. Talk to your minister or pastor to gain additional information regarding this subject.