Prayer for Renunciation of Generational Druidism


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I renounce any and all participation by my ancestors in druidic worship, sacrifices, or rituals.

I renounce any human sacrifice made by my ancestors. I renounce human sacrifice by burning, drowning in wells, or suffocating in cauldrons, or by slitting of throats over a cauldron to catch the blood.

I renounce the Druid animal gods, especially Baco the Boar, Cernunnos the stag-antlered man, and Epona and her horse.

I renounce the false god Dis, god of night.

I renounce looking to the stars to tell the future or for assistance in decision making. I renounce all divination.

I renounce the tossing of valuables into wells as a prayer or offering for any purpose.

I renounce the annual meetings in the territory of the Carnutes.

I renounce allegiance to the high priest of the Druids.

I renounce the control of the peasant people by the Druidic orders. I renounce the slavery of the average person while Druids held power.

I renounce any religious rites involving mistletoe, oak trees, or acorns, or the gathering of these items. I renounce any spirits of oak trees or other plant life.

I renounce all placing of human skulls or bones into buildings for decorative or foundational purposes.

I renounce the Druidic control of the government of the land.

I command all spirits associated with the above to leave me now in the name of Jesus.


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These prayers are not a quick fix. Instead, they are starting points as you work out your freedom in Christ. Be ready to adjust these prayers as you and those you pray with listen to the Holy Spirit.

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