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Séance in Methodist Church
If you want to research this for yourself, here is the Internet link (this is to a video that can be watched):
Or just search on these words: “Séance in Methodist Church” There are numerous web page entries.

Consider these words written by Ellen G. White, whom Most Seventh-day Adventists regard as having been a prophet:
“The Protestants of the United States will be foremost in stretching their hands across the gulf to grasp the hand of Spiritualism; they will reach over the abyss to clasp hands with the Roman power; and under the influence of this threefold union, this country will follow in the steps of Rome in trampling on the rights of conscience.”--The Great Controversy, p. 588. 1911 edition. (Same words are in the 1884 edition.)
This is generally regarded as being based on Revelation 16:13, 14
Jan. 15, 2018
“Dr. Melina Abdullah — a professor at California State University who also leads the Los Angeles chapter of Black Lives Matter — recently summoned the spirits of several deceased people to fill a Methodist church with ethereal energy, including Martin Luther King, several other slain civil rights leaders, victims of police brutality, and an African warrior named Shaka Zulu.”

Note that the audience participated by chanting "ASE" as the professor leading the séance did her invoking and poured water into the potted plant beside her.

Protestants in America are vulnerable to this kind of deception because of their general belief that human souls are naturally immortal, so that the dead are not really dead and sleeping in the grave awaiting the Resurrection--as the Bible teaches--but still have conscious existence as disembodied spirits.

"He who is the blessed and only Potentate, the King of kings and Lord of lords, WHO ALONE HAS IMMORTALITY...." (1 Timothy 6:15, 16; NKJV)
What peaked my interest most was the plant. Did it suddenly take off, and spread out into a huge fern following all that holy water being poured into the container? Spiteful

Good question. I have no idea what the plant was for. I don't think Methodists have holy water. They do emphasize the Spirit. Their denominational emblem is red tongues of fire, which symbolizes the Holy Spirit. I wonder if any of the people on the platform are wondering which spirit they are inviting into their church. Since the invoker was a leader in the Black Lives Matter terrorist group, I don't think she was bringing the Holy Spirit into the church.

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