Thursday, November 4, 2021

The Evolution of My Views Regarding Abortion


When I was a senior at Boston University, way back in 2004, I remember that me and a friend of mine were across town at Emerson College working as production assistants on a film production. At a certain point not long into the day (maybe early afternoon), we eventually felt that our services were no longer needed, they had plenty of help, and my friend and I wandered off to a nearby bar called The Tam, located in the theater district.


We drank several beers at The Tam and talked for a couple hours at least, about various things. Politics came up at some point. Back then, I was the typical liberal college student in Boston and I identified as a Democrat, figuring that’s the party I would likely identify with for the rest of my life. During the political discussion, the subject of abortion arose and I told my friend that I didn’t really have a stance on it, though I knew my mother did. I explained to my friend that my mother was very ANTI-abortion and I couldn’t understand why she was so passionate about it. Well, I could KIND of understand why (she saw it as murder, basically) but, to me, I felt there were bigger fish to fry, meaning there were many more pressing political issues to be fired up over. But, no, for my mom, abortion was a deal-breaker of an issue, meaning she would never ever vote Democrat because the Democratic party was pro-choice. I thought that was a shame, because I believed, in general, that the Democratic party was so much more righteous than the Republican party, especially at the time. I mean, the George W. Bush administration was an abomination in my eyes (I still see them that way to this day). But that was her party of choice because they were pro-life. I thought she just wasn’t sophisticated enough to understand all the other more complex political issues at play. Yes, I thought I was such a smarty-pants. I went to BU! I thought I knew everything. 


Years passed and my stance on abortion didn’t change that much. As far as I was concerned, who was I to judge what a woman should choose to do with her body? I personally didn’t want to be involved in a choice to have an abortion and I hoped that I would never find myself in a situation where a woman I was with would have to face the surprise of an unexpected pregnancy. But, yes, I generally felt that it wasn’t my place to tell a woman what they should do. So I guess maybe I was pro-choice then, who knows? I simply didn’t feel like I should make it my business or judge, even though I would never want to be involved with an abortion personally.


Later on in my years, however, my views began to change. Basically, what I saw happening in society was that we were moving away from a pro-choice attitude to I-guess-what-I-would-call a super-enthusiastic attitude towards abortion. It was basically being sold as something that could empower women. It was even being sold as a rites of passage kind of a thing. “Should you get an abortion? Sure, it’s something every woman does a couple of times when they’re young. That’s right: it’s something every smart, sophisticated, independent woman goes through! No biggie.”


At this point, I wasn’t necessarily developing a hardcore pro-life stance, but I did strongly feel that it shouldn’t be something that should be encouraged. And the main reason I felt it shouldn’t be encouraged was for the woman’s—especially the young woman’s—sake who could be easily swayed by society. I put myself in the woman’s shoes and, although I would be scared by an unplanned pregnancy, I also knew (based on what I knew about myself) that the decision to abort the baby would haunt me for the rest of my life. Because that’s the kind of person I am. I would always wonder what that baby would have been like. I also would have wondered about whether I committed a sin. Was I a murderer? Society would say ‘no’, but what would God say? I wouldn’t have been able to let it go. It would have been a wound that I would carry with me forever. And ever.


So that was the basic reason why I became more of a pro-life individual. I felt like, instead of encouraging abortion and trying to sell it as a liberating act, we should be discouraging women from making that choice. Even though it wouldn’t have been considered politically-correct, I felt that we should have been strongly warning young women in high school health class that abortion is NOT something that they want to do, NOT something that they want to live with for the rest of their life. You do NOT want to be haunted. You do NOT want to keep asking yourself, “Did I make the right decision? Who would that baby have grown up to be? Am I murderer in God’s eyes?”


Again, I didn’t cast any judgement on women who chose to abort, but I felt that there was something very wrong with our society basically encouraging women to have an abortion, like it was something empowering to do, like it was something that would liberate them from male-dominated society or something along those lines. It was kind of like abortion was being sold as an expression of “girl power.”


Recently, however, I had a major revelation, and this revelation has since made me adopt a much more hardcore pro-life stance. What I’m about to explain has been something that, for the past few years or so, I had felt deep down was maybe happening, but I also felt it was crazy for me to think so. However, now that I’ve recently read the Bible in its entirety, it makes a whole lot more sense. My feelings have been confirmed.


Now, if you read the Holy Bible, and I mean from start to finish, especially in the Old Testament books, you will notice a recurring trend where the nation of Israel is going well for a while, but, inevitably, the people stray from the Lord and they begin to worship false idols who are really demonic fallen angels posing as gods. There are a number of false gods that make appearance after appearance in the Old Testament, including the gods Asherah, Astarte and Dagon, but there are two false gods in particular named Baal and Molech that literally demand child sacrifices from people who worship them and in return they promise (short-term) power and blessings. Why is this important? Because what is abortion but a form of child sacrifice. The child is very young, indeed, still in the womb, but it still counts as a child sacrifice, as it is a living being, perhaps the purest form of God’s creation. It’s really no different from killing a child that is outside of the womb and it’s perhaps even more egregious since the child is still in utero and, thus, all the more innocent.


What I’m getting at here is that Baal and Molech, along with their leader, “The Enemy” (i.e. Satan, the devil), have figured out a way to make child sacrifice the law of the land and they’ve been able to accomplish this in the guise of “women’s reproductive rights” and “women’s lib” and all that kind of woke stuff. Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court legal decision that made abortion legal, was all a trick by “the Enemy” to make child sacrifice a daily occurrence in America. People call it abortion or, even more euphemistically, a “termination”, but it’s really child sacrifice by definition.


Do not give any of your children to be sacrificed to Molek [another spelling for Molech], for you must not profane the name of your God. I am the LORD.


-- Leviticus 18:21



They have built the high places of Baal to burn their children in the fire as offerings to Baal – something I did not command or mention, nor did it enter my mind.


-- Jeremiah 19:5


Now, the more children that are sacrificed, the stronger the demons Baal, Molech and, yes, Satan get. If evil were one of those old locomotive trains from the 1800s, the child sacrifices would be the fuel that made its engine run. The Planned Parenthood abortion clinic is like the train “fireman” tossing the coal onto the fire to fuel the engine.


In other words, the more abortion there is, the more evil there is in the land. Abortion basically opens up a gateway to hell so that the evil can flood into our earthly dimension. Currently, there are about 73.3 million abortions worldwide each year, according to the WHO.[1] And 125,000 abortions occur on a daily basis![2]

Handing a child over to the Altar of Baal

Statue of Molech holding a child


So that’s why there is so much evil in the world right now (in late-2021). That’s why the world is a mess. Legalized child sacrifice (i.e. abortion) is at the very root of it all or at least the bulk of it all. The key to setting the world straight is to get rid of the abortion. As long as it is law of the land, it gives The Enemy and his army of fallen demons the power to come in and wreak havoc on the land. Without the egregious sin (i.e. the murdering of the unborn children, the destruction of God’s most innocent of creations), these dark forces have no authority and, really, no power. That’s how it all works.


I know what many of you are thinking right now: “You’re crazy, Matt. You’ve become one of those wacko Bible-toting fire and brimstone nut-jobs.” I would have called myself nuts way back in the day when I was Mr. Smarty-Pants at BU. But I was ignorant. All you have to do is read the Bible and it becomes so clear. As the prophet Robin Bullock has said so many times in his prophetic videos, abortion is not one of many issues…it is THE issue.[3] It’s literally the child sacrifice that gives the Enemy and his army of false gods their power. The abortion industry is providing the fuel that evil so desperately needs to thrive in this world. It makes so much sense now. My mom was so right in making abortion THE issue of all issues.


In summary, this country will not be able to sustain itself for very long as long as abortion is law of the land, basically because it opens up our land to too much dark energy. The debate over women’s reproductive rights or when the life of a baby technically begins is all a distraction, really, and moot. The fact of the matter is that eliminating abortion will deprive evil of its fuel. While there was certainly a lot of evil in the world before Roe V. Wade, the evil today is at an unprecedented peak and it’s at this peak due to the abortion, which is basically the coal fueling the furnace of hell itself.


Now, just recently, our current “President” (I put that in quotes because I believe Trump actually won in 2020) Joe Biden met with Pope Francis at the Vatican and, while they supposedly discussed many things, one topic of conversation that was apparently absent was abortion. Biden, as you probably know, is pro-choice. The Pope apparently had nothing to say about this and, instead, called Biden a “good Catholic” who should receive Communion.[4] It’s very possible that Biden could have been lying about the Pope calling him a good Catholic because Biden basically lies about everything, but the Pope never spoke out publicly to say anything to the contrary. So I guess we should assume it’s true.


What does this mean?


It means the Pope is either corrupt at the core or he is, at the very best, a watered-down version of a Christian. In fact, maybe the Pope is a walking personification of how watered-down Christianity has become over the years. Either way, he is completely useless if he doesn’t see anything wrong with Biden who is not only very pro-choice but also forces people to take COVID-19 vaccines that were developed and manufactured using aborted fetal cell lines, meaning these vaccines were essentially derived from an aborted fetus, further meaning the vaccines would not exist had it not been for an abortion.[5] Indeed, the vaccines were “born” out of the unborn, which brings me to one last point…


What is the COVID-19 vaccine but something derived from an abortion and, thus, a child sacrifice? Therefore, does this “vaccine” come from God? Or does it come from a dark force like Baal or Molech or even Satan himself? After all, we should remember that the word ‘pharmacy’ comes from the Greek word ‘pharmakeus’, which means ‘sorcerer’, and the word ‘pharmaceutical’ in Greek is ‘pharmakon’, which also means ‘potion’ or ‘spell’.[6] So is the COVID vaccine really a miracle drug? Or is it more like a sorcerer’s potion that our government is mandating we inject into our bodies? If it’s the latter, what are the effects of such a potion on our bodies, but, even more importantly, what are the effects on our souls?



MATT BURNS is the author of THE WOMAN AND THE DRAGON, a novella inspired by the Book of Revelation. He’s also published many novels (Johnny CruiseSupermarket Zombies! et al.) as well as memoirs (Garage Movie: My Adventures Making Weird FilmsBostonwood et al.). Check out these books (and many more) on his Amazon author page HERE.




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[1] “Preventing Unsafe Abortion.” World Health Organization, 25 September 2020, 


[2] Adekanye, Modupeoluwa. “WHO Says More Than 1.2 Million Abortions Have Benn Performed in 2021.” Life: Everything You Need To Live Well. 16 February 2021,


[3] “Timothy Dixon & Robin D. Bullock Discuss Prophecy Updates & Conversation.” YouTube, uploaded by Timothy Dixon, 20 October 2021,


[4] Rogers, Katie and Jason Horowitz. “Biden: Pope said he should receive communion, despite U.S. bishops’ rift on abortion rights.” The New York Times, 29 October 2021,


[5] Lipson, Caryn. “Pfizer’s emails are the tip of the iceberg: Aborted fetal cells have been used in vaccines for 50 years.” Lifesite, 26 October 2021,


[6] Pharmacy. (n.d.). In Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved from

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