The Dark Side Of The Supernatural
by: Bill Myers & Dave Wimbish
Reviewed by Terry South for Quality Book Reviews
The Dark Side Of The Supernatural uncovers the truth behind the supernatural. The book that separates the truth from fiction, and it looks into each topic with relation to the Bible. Bill Myers discusses many topics and his encounters with the wide variety of supernatural topics, he allows the reader to discover what is real and what is fantasy.
The book discusses Angels which include the good ones, the bad ones and helps you to understand the differences and to discover which are good and which are bad. In reading the section on angels you will find where the author talks of lies, deceit, and focuses more on their-selves than God.
The many sections of this book include not only angels but demons as well. The many topics also include sections on Satanism, UFO’s, Communicating with the dead, Ghosts, Near Death Experiences, Reincarnation, Wicca and Witchcraft, Vampires and Fantasy Games.
I found the entire book to be very informative and feel as if I have learned a great deal more than just common belief. I found the section on the Ouija board very informative and interesting, I had always wanted to experiment with the Ouija board until I read his encounter with some who had such horrific encounters and the author explains that it can open a portal to the wicked spirits and can cause possession.
I would suggest if you are interested in the supernatural that this book is a must read, and is a must read for parents everywhere in order to guide your children, so they will not get caught up in all the hype and they too will have a better understanding of the supernatural. I sure do not want my children or grandchildren messing with some of these spirits and want to protect them, hopefully with guidance they will not have the curiousity to especially experiment with the Ouija board.
I give this one 4 stars as it is loaded with interesting material and is very well written, and the author gives you first hand experiences of others throughout the book.