Thursday, October 30, 2008

The Day the Music Died

Albeit on the Catholic end of the apocalyptic spectrum (the "spread the blessed salt" ilk), Spirit Daily actually does a passable job of ringing the changes of cultural meltdown in MYSTERY YEAR OF 1973 SAW MASSIVE INFLUX OF OCCULT, ABORTION, AND HOMOSEXUALITY NOW SET TO PEAK AS ELECTION 'EMERGENCY' (that's their shouting, not mine).
(T)he entire society was involved in pharmakeia. There were other hidden occult aspects. There were the drums of rock and roll in the Sixties and Seventies, which often promoted carnal impulses. (In Africa and other lands, they use similar beats to "conjure" spirits.) There was the ritual of sex: occultists perform illicit acts as a rebellion against God, even on makeshift altars, and now it was known as the "sexual revolution." In pagan times, it was called "saturnalia"; it is a word Sanger's own ex-husband used in describing what she was really promoting. In occult rituals, obscene performances are watched by a group, and with pornography, we had that, too, in America, in a massive way: The year before 1973 was release of an epic x-rated movie starring a woman they called Linda Lovelace but would have been bettered named Loveless. Lost on so many is that 1973 was also the year the American Psychiatric Association removed homosexuality as a disorder.

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Abortion was lost in the headlines but it was the most nefarious act in U.S. history and it can also be seen as a blood sacrifice: the sacrifice of the innocents. A massive ritual was set in place -- joining saturnalia and drugs and one that now takes us to a looming precipice.

Those who doubt an occult underpinning -- or at least the influence of Satan -- should know that at some abortion clinics, witches work as escorts, and there are even pagan rites: "The lights were low, and Native American flute music played softly. A counselor held the woman's hand, whispering words of comfort as she began to surface from a guided meditation. Then the doctor showed the woman a covered silver bowl that held the tiny remains of her six-week pregnancy. She curled her fingers around his, and her face, now damp with tears, softened as he began their ceremony of letting go," says one description.

Wiccans, who consider abortion a "sacrament," are encouraged to work their magic on the area surrounding the clinic: "Finally, many individuals and groups have been helping to magically (sic) protect the building and property ... This has been done by magical and psychic shielding being put on and around the property...." says one manual.

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