WITCHCRAFT & CHRISTIANITY
The Story of My Salvation
About the Book
The Bible gives warnings against witchcraft, occultism and goddess-worship, but many today don't realize those practices still exist today. This is the true story of a well-educated Jewish girl who grew up with no knowledge of the Bible and whose favorite holiday was Hallowe'en. She was blessed with scholarships that enabled her to become a professional harpist, playing in orchestras, teaching at a university, but when she moved to Berkeley, California, she met Witches, occultists and ceremonial magicians. Some of them assumed her humor-filled book on Witchcraft had secret “coded” magick and called her by her pen-name, “Ann Grammary.” At first enjoyable, her meeting the highly intelligent and hippie denizens of the Occult, she gradually was drawn into more and more secret circles till her whole life became a struggle between the secret occult world and the bright daylight of Jesus Christ, for she played harp often at Christian Churches, where she heard the Word of God proclaimed. After years of torment, she fell on her knees, confessed she was a sinner, repented and was forgiven by the Lord. Born again, she teaches “Bible Harp” at very low cost to Clergy and Healers, praising God every day.
About the Author
Joyce Rosenfield was born into a loving Jewish family but since her Dad was an “Agnostic” (Atheist) she never read the Bible till age 38. She graduated from college & taught harp at a University. Looking for something indefinite, she moved to Berkeley, California where she was drawn into Pagan and Witches' circles. They knew her as “Ann Grammary,” her pen-name for a humorous book she wrote on Witchcraft. She then had two identities and her struggle to find the right path was a struggle between the secretive world of occultism and her role as a harpist playing in Churches where the Gospel was proclaimed. She spoke at an Atheists' Convention, and started an “Iseum” in the Fellowship Of Isis, a worldwide organization. She discovered Witchcraft is not always humorous, as in Abbott & Costello movies. It has a secret side. Asked to participate in a death-spell against a Christian evangelist, the Holy Spirit saved her and though targeted for slander and harassment, she was born again praising the Lord with the harp, as the Psalms say to do, grateful to Jesus Christ!