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The ancients: Scott and Rebecca Williams battle an evil force while visiting a remote mountain village in New Mexico.
The wiccan : As Rebecca and her brother, Scott, discover the danger in the occult's deceptive practices, they learn to put their trust in God's truths. When a group of friends decides to visit a local bookstore to meet the star of The Hex, a popular new show on TV, Becka uncovers a spellbinding network of lies beneath the glamorous facade, and struggles to stand up for the truth.
The cards : As Rebecca and her brother, Scott, discover the danger in the occult's deceptive practices, they learn to put their trust in God's truths. At a low point in his life and in need of direction for the future, Philip seeks a card reading with Madame Theo, and Becka and Scott must help Philip realize where his faith should truly lie.
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