Documentary Film WARX2: The Unseen Battleground Features Interviews with Kogelo Witch Doctor, John Dimo; and Kenyan Pastor, Thomas Muthee

Strasson Group presents WARX2, the documentary film about the war of ghosts and spirits, and the untold truths about US military suicides, that will open in theaters in early 2014.

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Houston, Texas (PRWEB) January 03, 2014

The new documentary film, WARX2 (war times 2), will enlighten viewers about the possibility of spiritual warfare that may be causing US soldiers to commit suicides. Many Arab and African cultures use ghosts and spirits to attack, control and brainwash their enemies and other people. Shockingly high US military and veteran suicide rates have been reported. In 2011 and 2012 there were more suicide deaths among active duty US soldiers than total US military combat deaths. The documentary includes interviews with experts in the field and with those who have undergone spiritual attacks and brainwashing.

John Dimo, a witch doctor from President Obama’s home town of Kogelo, is featured on the film. The creators of the documentary ask viewers to watch with an open mind. Bearing in mind the quote by Mr. Obama concerning his Kenyan grandfather’s practice as a witch doctor, people should be aware that this is a real occupation in Africa. Another witch doctor from Kenya, Mr. Musa Kafisi, is introduced in the film and gives an account.

Thomas Muthee, a Kenyan bishop and pastor, is also featured in the film. Muthee is famous for praying over Sarah Palin during her campaign. During his prayer, he asked God for protection against witchcraft. As a Kenyan, he has firsthand experience with the powers of spirits and ghosts. A Catholic priest, Father Festus, expresses his perceptions. As anyone can see, this topic is known by people of many cultures and beliefs. The documentary film gives all the evidence about the topic for viewers to become well informed.

WARX2 contains interviews with people in a broad range of roles. The interviewees possess firsthand knowledge of witchcraft, spirits, and ghosts. Included in the film are dialogues with Imam Sheikh Hussein Issa, Al Ustaadh Khalid Suleiman. Mr. Prakash a Hindu, also talks in the film and gives his perspective.

The Strasson Group includes a wealth of material concerning spiritual attacks in their new film. While interviewing a witchdoctor in Kenya, they were told that former princess of Wales and former CIA Director were victims of love spells performed by ghosts and spirits. Another person mention as a victim of ghostly and spirits attacks is a famous Premier League Soccer player Louis Suarez. They were told that a witchdoctor from Ghana is responsible for sending spirits to attack, retaliate and humiliate this player, after he denied a clear goal chance in the 2010 World Cup. They said that’s why he went out of control and start biting other players in 2011 and 2012.Details are given regarding the involvement of witchcraft in African, English Premier League and European soccer. Discussions are included concerning the use of ghosts and spirits in relation to Nigerian scams. The film explains how young people are brainwashed by extremists and radical jihadists with the use of ghosts and spirits.

The goal of WARX2 is to educate American people and Westerners, especially US soldiers and veterans about spiritual and ghostly attacks happening right now. Finally, the film explains the 6th sense and about how and when to protect yourself, family and friends against ghosts and spirits. To see trailers, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8T-M25DHkw, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwMdyGUBe3U. The two videos posted on YouTube are quickly gaining traction and have thus far received over 3,000,000 combined views. https://www.facebook.com/pages/WARX2/151956805002573. This Facebook fan page has over 50,000 likes.
https://twitter.com/warx2themovie Over 40,000 twitter followers.

http://www.warx2.com.


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