I think that the reason the Bible is hard on psychics is not because the writers believe they’re demonic, but because if psychics and mediums exist and can contact the dead, then they can dismiss man-written teachings, of which the Bible is one. People say God wrote the Bible, but that’s skewed; people (men) wrote the Bible claiming to have been instructed to do so by God. Wouldn’t that have made them practitioners of divination as well? I take it with a grain of salt that people known as psychics and mediums should be labelled demonic because of a book written by men claiming to have heard from God. That’s a mighty fine line to walk if you ask me.
I had to bite my tongue to keep from replying “and also with you” on May 4th lol.
Response to 21 Cookies You Need To Make For The Holidays:
For #3, is the edit that the recipe takes only 1 cup of flour or does it take 2 cups of flour? Either way, 1 cup of flour = 250 grams, and 2 cups = 500 grams, so your edit saying “2 cups or 250 grams” isn’t correct.
(if my other post pops up, I’m sorry, I may have accidentally double posted)
To answer the question about why glass slippers to start with, it’s because of a transcription issue; originally, Cinderella’s slippers were made of “vair”, which is squirrel fur, but someone wrote it as “verre” which is French for glass. It wasn’t corrected and now that mistake has become an iconic part of the fairytale.