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Top Sellers of ‘Young Living Essential Oils Leaving, Claiming The Company Promotes ‘Demonic’ Propaganda

“This is from corporate,” Truitt stated. “Published through a third party as usual, so they can claim to cure cancer (which this book also does).”

Truitt shared messages she has received from other former Young Living sellers.

“I was a silver Young Living (no longer with them now), but I have had an off sense about Young Living in my gut for a while before I made a change back in October,” one comment read. “I remember getting the Young Living newsletter with my order back in July, and Mary [Young] was promoting this book and author in it. It stopped me in my tracks just at the title of the book…This makes me absolutely sick. We all need to remember that Satan is a deceiver. And a good one.”

McNeal reported that Truitt hasn’t been the only former Young Living seller to claim the company is demonic. Madison Vining, who has 252,000 Instagram followers, left Young Living back in August 2021. Months later, she shared why she left—Satan and his demons, McNeal reports. Vining has since made her account private.

Mormons Believe Humans Can Become Gods

In an article titled “Dear Mormon—I Can’t Call You a Brother in Christ” by Dr. Josh Buice, the Pray’s Mill Baptist Church pastor points out that “Mormons believe Jesus is a god, but they also believe it’s possible for any human to become a god.”

Buice shows that in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints’ Doctrine and Covenants section 132:20, their founder Joseph Smith writes, “Then shall they be gods, because they have no end; therefore shall they be from everlasting to everlasting, because they continue; then shall they be above all, because all things are subject unto them. Then shall they be gods, because they have all power, and the angels are subject unto them.”

Outreach Magazine’s editor-in-chief Ed Stetzer says in his article “Should We Refer to Mormonism as a Cult?” that “the problem is that most Mormons want to use the Christian label without believing biblical, Christian theology.” Stetzer explains that Mormonism is not a Christian denomination at all but a completely different religion.

While giving examples of what some may consider cults, Stetzer says that “Mormonism is a theological cult of Christianity in the same way that Christian Science and Armstrongism are.”