9/25: U.N. MALEFICARVM: THE WITCH’S HAMMER OF THE UNITED NATIONS W/ THOMAS SHERIDAN

U.N. MALEFICARVM

THE WITCH’S HAMMER OF THE UNITED NATIONS

MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS

When I woke up this morning, I went through my routine, just like everyone else. Autumn used to be like a transitional season where even though leaves change, there still was some time for warm days. They seem to get cooler earlier every year. All good things like the Summer weather have to end.

On the bright side it means that the holidays are coming. I have been noticing the stores are already stocking up the pumpkins and the Halloween masks for the trick or treaters.

I love Halloween actually – it is a fun time; for some it can be a terrifying time. I can attest that as we edge closer to the colder days, the social norms are going to be challenged more so than they are now.

Taking a knee during a national anthem will be the least of our problems and playing out the distraction is yet another from o cultural engineering that is divisive and truly a darker form of magic that plays on our patriotic emotions.

Think about what a social or cultural norm is; it is a belief or practice common to most people within a given society. The thing is, often times, what is considered socially or culturally acceptable in a given society is actually extremely unethical and immoral.

Things like the subjugation of women, slavery, racism, militant nationalism, were at one time considered socially and culturally acceptable in western societies, and many of them continue to be acceptable in other countries or even within select communities within our modern countries.

What is most important to note about these sorts of things is that it is not as if we wake up one morning and suddenly a majority realize they are in the throes of evil. We observe helplessly as it builds and grows and eventually there is a disruptive blow that gives way to the epiphany of darkness.

You begin to realize that you no longer want to participate in the morality that the majority believes is healthy and positive.

However, you find it hard to speak out against the so-called argumentum ad populum because the truth anymore is a revolutionary act. Critical thinking tells you that just because large numbers of people believe a given thing, does not give evidence of its truth. We realize that there are a great number of people that are falling for bandwagon fantasy.

Believing and holding fast to great lies can lead to thoughts and thought forms that can take on an identity all of their own and with mass confusion and anger come the manifestation of monsters and bogeymen that we think are all part of our collective imaginations.

Things begin to unravel at an alarming rate and synchronicities create an air of mysticism that cannot be avoided. Taking a walk in the multiverse is to walk in a larger world.

All of the things that you have taken for granted: All objects, people and places which we have been taught is the material world seem to collapse upon itself and we have to somehow work in a bit of quantum mechanics into the mix in order to avoid sounding absolutely crazy.

It is time to admit that somewhere out there, we can hypothesize that histories and rules are being rewritten in order to accommodate what is unfolding in this unpredictable world.

The game is changing. The question is why is it happening so quickly?

Just a few months ago there was a bit of talk about how some witches in America were teaming up with ANTIFA, to put a binding spell on Donald Trump. The idea was that a binding spell would be appropriate as members of Antifa see Donald Trump as a white supremacist and as they have said, he is a man who “feasts” on the dreams of Americans.

The group of witches calls itself the Yerbamala Collective.

An anti-fascist spell book created by the group offered a more extreme alternative to the Wiccan Rede – a moral code central to Wicca and several other neo-pagan and witchcraft-based belief systems.

In the Yerbamals spell book, it reads “And if it harm none, do what thou wilt” is the most common form of the Rede; it simply means that those who abide by the rule are free to do whatever they wish as long as it doesn’t harm anyone else. However, there is another part, “And if it harms fascists do what thou wilt.”

The Yerbamala Collective has little faith that Trump and those who support him can be reasoned with through either magical or mundane means; they claim that the festering beliefs that ushered Trump to power as a form of dark magic, or at least an obvious symptom of spiritual decay.”

The Yerbamala Collective acknowledges that waging spiritual war on metastasized autocracy is slow and constant work, a generations-long project without an easy end point.

There is no telling of the collective or coven sees themselves as successful. It can be argued that the Trump administration has seen many of its new actions stalled in the courts or voted down in committee.

The question is just how powerful witchcraft in this epoch is and is it the reason why we are seeing so many abrupt changes in the way we view the world?

The alternative media has been wondering for sometime if the world is being controlled by a den of humans that are now openly using magic as a weapon against the government and for the oppression of the people.

When I speak of this type of magic, I am speaking of magic spells being used as curses by those who see themselves as practitioners in a deeply-dark, left-handed path.

To those who do not know about the several forms of magic, it is proposed that what is being witnessed is a satanic apostasy to both church and state.

Given the fact that Washington DC is where the politically powerful congregate, it stands to reason that the areas would be a special target of witches and practitioners of the dark arts.

In early August 2016, WikiLeaks leaked an email from W. Lewis Amselem to Cheryl Mills, Hillary’s Chief of Staff. At the time of the email, Amselem served in the State Department under then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as head of the U.S. delegation to the Organization of American States (OAS). In the email, Amselem made mention of “sacrificing a chicken in the backyard to Moloch” In context what he said was:

“With fingers crossed, the old rabbit’s foot out of the box in the attic, I will be sacrificing a chicken in the backyard to Moloch.”

In another witchy e-mail from Tony Podesta to John Podesta, Tony forwarded an invitation to attend a satanic ritual called “spirit cooking dinner” from Marina Abramovic, a Serbian “performance artist” who now lives in New York. Abramovic’s email said:

“Dear Tony, I am so looking forward to the Spirit Cooking dinner at my place. Do you think you will be able to let me know if your brother is joining?”

Tony appended to Abramovic’s invitation this message to John Podesta:

“Are you in NYC Thursday July 9th? Marina wants you to come to dinner.”

When news leaked of the e-mail immediately the buzz was about how John Podesta and his brother Tony were Satanists.

The spirit cooking is a “sacrament” in Thelema, founded by British Satanist Aleister Crowley whose motto was “Do As Thou Wilt,” in which menstrual blood, breast milk, urine and sperm are ingested in the form of “light cakes” or “spirit cakes.”

Hillary Clinton released her 494 page memoir called “What Happened” and in it she confessed that the private e-mail server was a dumb mistake, but an even dumber ‘scandal.’ It was like quicksand: the more you struggle, the deeper you sink. At times, I thought I must be going crazy. Other times, I was sure it was the world that had gone nuts. Sometimes I snapped at my staff. I was tempted to make voodoo dolls of certain members of the press and Congress and stick them full of pins. Mostly, I was furious at myself.”

On page 528 in her previous memoir, Hard Choices, Hillary wrote that she and Bill went to Haiti for their honeymoon in 1975, where they attended a voodoo “spirit” ceremony with a voodoo priest:

“In 1975 Bill and Hillary Clinton honeymooned on Haiti, meeting Max Beauvoir and attending a ceremony. ‘After several minutes of rhythmic dancing to pounding drums, the spirits arrived, seizing a woman and a man,’ Bill Clinton recalled.”

Max Beauvoir was not just a voodoo priest; in the UK he has been called voodoo’s “supreme chief”.

Since 2008, self-described Satanists have become increasingly became active in America, holding Black Mass in public places, making invocations at city council meetings, setting up satanic holiday displays at city halls, and erecting a statue to Satan in Detroit.

There have been after school Satanic programs set up for kids and even Satanic coloring books and video games for the children.

The rapid rise in alternative religions is gaining ground all over the world.

Experts on witchcraft are gathering under the banner of the United Nations (UN) in Geneva this week for discussions aimed at tackling the phenomenon, which is estimated to kill, maim and otherwise affect thousands of people every year.

The gathering will enable UN experts, states, academics and members of civil society to develop a greater understanding of witchcraft, which is believed to be on the increase.

Organizers of the gathering report that ‘In numerous countries around the world, harmful practices related to witchcraft result in serious human rights violations, such as various forms of torture and murder, discrimination and exclusion, including banishment from communities.”

‘The attacks and violations, which frequently target people in vulnerable situations including persons with albinism, are astonishing in their brutality.

‘In addition, there are gaps in applicable legal frameworks and challenges with implementation and enforcement, and far too often perpetrators are not brought to justice. This impunity simply cannot be tolerated.’

The workshop, which will hear from victims of witchcraft and activists working on the issue from various regions of the world, is being held in the margins of the current session of the Human Rights Council.

The killing of albino people is particularly prevalent in Tanzania, where one in 1,400 are affected by albinism, according to a 2006 BMC Public Health report. This compares with one in 20,000 in Western countries.

In 2015, the UN said that nearly 80 albino Tanzanians had been killed there since 2000.

That year, more than 200 witchdoctors and traditional healers were arrested in Tanzania in a crackdown on the murder of albino people.

The killings were driven by the belief, which is advanced by some witchdoctors, that the body parts have properties that confer wealth and good luck.

According to the Red Cross, witchdoctors are prepared to pay $75,000 for a complete set of albino body parts.

In many countries throughout the world, being accused of witchcraft, black magic or other forms of evil, can result in serious violations of human rights including, at the most extreme, torture and death. Women, children, the disabled and the elderly are particularly vulnerable to these forms of abuse. This is still a world-wide phenomenon that remains largely unrecognized: The extent and distribution of it is largely unknown and, as yet, no formal mechanism exists to record, monitor or respond to such violations.

In both Mexico in the United States, there have been a high volume botched exorcisms that have inadvertently turned into satanic rituals.

Santa Muerte is a female folk saint whose popularity in Mexico and the United States is spreading rapidly; from being practically unheard of in the year 2000, to being worshiped by 10-12 million people in 2014.

Statues and visages of the saint, which appear as a skeleton clad in vibrant robes and carrying a scythe, have popped up all over the world. The religion is popular among a wide variety of people in Mexico, from narco gang members to impoverished farmers, who often pray to the saint for protection. Though Santa Muerte is venerated in the same way as most saints, the Catholic Church has condemned the religion, which of course hasn’t had any effect on its popularity.

This death cult is a syncretism or blending of Spanish colonial Catholicism and Aztec beliefs.

In his visit to Mexico, Pope Francis denounced the devotion to Santa Muerte, telling the Mexican bishops that he was particularly concerned about “those many persons who, seduced by the empty power of the world, praise illusions and embrace their macabre symbols to commercialize death.”

The President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, has also condemned the cult of the skeleton saint as “sinister and infernal” and called for both Church and society to mobilize against devotion to Saint Death.

Many priests have said that even some Mexican cities needed exorcism to cast the evil out.

The belief in demonic possession is historically integral to the Christian faith, and the corresponding practice of exorcism is experiencing a modern resurgence.

Exorcisms take place more frequently now than ever. The methods of attack vary from exorcist to exorcist. According to their story, “some exorcism involve tying people to chairs and then trying to scream the demons out of them; In others people retch and curse while writhing on the floor.”

Some commentators have attributed the increasing demand in exorcisms to what they call the “Pope Francis Effect”, suggesting that the pontiff’s characteristically demon-themed style of rhetoric has reawakened people’s fear of the devil in general and demonic possession in particular. Others point to the growing acceptance of the occult within popular culture.

One of the major problems with consulting an exorcist is that, generally speaking, they tend to be individuals with low levels of professional accountability.

Every now and then we read about cases where an exorcism goes horrifically wrong and someone, usually the possessed, usually a young girl, ends up dead.

This once again indicates that the witch hunting and eventually killing of females has not abated.

Botched back-room exorcisms are a reality that needs to be addressed. Furthermore, if exorcism is on the rise, then there is an even greater need to ensure the integrity and qualifications of those performing the service.

Exorcism has caused a number of real-world tragedies over the years, including several deaths. Pentecostal ministers in San Francisco pummeled a woman to death in 1995, as they tried to drive out her demons.

In 1997, a Korean Christian woman was stomped to death in Glendale, Calif., and in the Bronx section of New York City, a 5-year-old girl died after being forced to swallow a mixture containing ammonia and vinegar and having her mouth taped shut.

In 1998, a 17-year-old girl in Sayville, N.Y., was suffocated by her mother with a plastic bag, in an effort to destroy a demon inside her.

In 2001, a 37-year old woman, Joanna Lee, was strangled to death in an exorcism by a Korean church minister working in New Zealand. The minister, Luke Lee, was found guilty of manslaughter.

It can be argued that the devil is in all of us, and sometimes we are responsible for conjuring our own demons and building our own beasts.

The frightening thing is as the darkness gathers we may find ourselves believing that is some plot of the devil when in reality we are actually seeing a more intimate view of the true inner core of the human psyche.

Man is cruel and even in the 21st century, the witch hunts continue.

Lord help us.

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