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Re: Illuminati PR

Postby The Observer » Wed May 03, 2017 3:59 pm

Deep Knight wrote:First of all, we ALL have to come from Illuminati bloodlines.


Uh, I think that was the point of my post. After all, if all of us come from Illuminati bloodlines, then there really isn't anything special about one person in comparison to another. Hence, my comment about you bragging about your family connections.

Deep Knight wrote:I'll let my thwarting list speak for itself.


And yet you failed to thwart:

Leisure suits
"Gilligan's Island"
Donny and Marie Osmond
The Kardashian reality series
"Feelings"
Near beer

As well as the latest travesty, unicorn frappuccinos.
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Re: Illuminati PR

Postby Deep Knight » Wed May 03, 2017 6:15 pm

The Observer wrote:
Deep Knight wrote:First of all, we ALL have to come from Illuminati bloodlines.


Uh, I think that was the point of my post. After all, if all of us come from Illuminati bloodlines, then there really isn't anything special about one person in comparison to another. Hence, my comment about you bragging about your family connections.


First of all, I brag about my "erections" not my family "connections." Why you would think saying I'm related to the "Miss Manners" of 18th century Saxony is bragging is beyond me, I guess you have your emotional scars from being forced to participate in human sacrifice as a child like the rest of us.

If I wanted to brag, I would tell you about my being related to the royal families of Russia (through Ivan the Terrible), England (Bloody Mary), Transylvania (Vlad the Impaler), France (Charles the Mad), and Sicily (Paulo the Twice-Acquitted).


The Observer wrote:
Deep Knight wrote:I'll let my thwarting list speak for itself.


And yet you failed to thwart:

Leisure suits
"Gilligan's Island"
Donny and Marie Osmond
The Kardashian reality series
"Feelings"
Near beer

As well as the latest travesty, unicorn frappuccinos.


Leisure suits - What makes you think Satan wasn't behind them, and clothes made from polyester fabrics in general?
"Gilligan's Island" - WAY before my time, although I understand it had a devastating effect on evil. Delayed the introduction of the leisure suit by 12 years.
Donny and Marie Osmond - Again, ones of ours (Satan was a BIG fan of their 70's variety show)
The Kardashian reality series - Ditto. Satan used to date Kim (until his wife found out), and lost a bundle when he bankrolled one of the spin-offs.
"Feelings" - This video should set you straight and show why Satan would have never touched this with a 10-foot pole https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiMJD9m0jaI
Near beer - I would be happy to thwart non-alcoholic beer, but that's been given to the Food and Beverage Division. The fact that they haven't been able to get rid of Velveeta cheese after 60 years should tell you how things work over there.
Unicorn Frappuccinos?


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Re: Illuminati PR

Postby The Observer » Wed May 03, 2017 6:55 pm

Well, there it is - just more proof of the tone-deafness and how out of touch DK is:

Deep Knight wrote:Unicorn Frappuccinos?


Yes, unicorn frappuccinos. It would help if you would check your "Assigned Missions" in-box once in a while. You would discover that you were supposed to thwart this last month.

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Re: Illuminati PR

Postby Deep Knight » Wed May 03, 2017 10:51 pm

Am I to understand this "frappuccino" has no coffee or caffeine content what-so-ever? Now that's evil. So evil even Satan wouldn't have anything to do with it.

Just when you thought coffee shop orders couldn’t get more irritating than extra hot, venti, soy, quadruple-shot lattes (minus the foam), Starbucks has kickstarted a new trend for magical, colour-changing versions of the Frappuccino, its popular blended coffee drink.

Last month, the chain unleashed the Unicorn Frappuccino – a limited-edition blue-and-pink drink available for just a week – in the US. Starbucks say the beverage starts off “sweet and fruity, transforming to pleasantly sour” and is “finished with whipped-cream-sprinkled pink and blue fairy powders”. Critics were less charitable, with one reviewer comparing it to fluoride mouthwash – albeit with 400 calories and 59g of sugar.

But because the Unicorn’s selling point perhaps wasn’t its taste but rather its looks, the Unicorn has already spawned its fair share of brightly coloured copycats. A Mermaid Frappuccino (green swirls instead of blue and pink) has been created by a Starbucks barista in Michigan who ran out of the dizzying list of ingredients needed for the original, so instead mixed a vanilla-bean base blended with freeze-dried blueberries and drizzled “a toasted coconut matcha sauce” over her creation. Elsewhere, other employees masterminded the Dragon Frappuccino (green tea Frappuccino with vanilla-bean powder and a berry swirl).

Mythical creatures aside, Starbucks fans’ thirst for novelty seems unquenchable, with “secret menu” items causing a stir in recent years. In reality this is less of a menu and more of a list of recipes you can plead with a busy barista to whip up. Liquid Cocaine, for instance, is four shots of espresso and four pumps of white chocolate syrup poured over a glass of ice. For coffee expert Will Corby, from subscription service Pact Coffee, the latest crimes against caffeine have left him torn. While he is broadly in favour of anything that introduces people to coffee – and coffee shops – he worries that frappes that do contain coffee are often “covering up delicious flavours that farmers have developed”.


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Re: Illuminati PR

Postby Deep Knight » Wed May 31, 2017 11:06 pm

A big "shout out" to our Curse Casting Division for getting some ink!

Wednesday, May 31, 2017
Spells, witchcraft and curses done on President Trump

TOO FAR? L.A. TIMES PUBLISHES OP-ED ABOUT PUTTING A 'BINDING CURSE' ON PRESIDENT TRUMP
3:00 PM EDT 5/23/2017 BOB ESCHLIMAN
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Diane Wagman is an author who frequently writes op-eds for The Los Angeles Times newspaper. In her latest, however, she brags about doing something particularly vile against President Donald Trump. The column's title: "I Put a Spell on You, Mr. President." Wagman says she's not a Wiccan or a devil worshipper. She just simply believes in the power of positive thinking. And, she positively loathes the thought of our nation's president and the people he has working for him in the administration.
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The president remains under constant attack for doing exactly what he told the voters he would do—what we elected him to do. Now, more than ever, he needs your prayers. --

Posted by Olive Oyl at 3:40:00 PM

What was actually written:

Op-Ed I put a spell on you, Mr. President
By Diana Wagman
May 23, 2017

I cast a spell on the president. I was not alone. Thousands of witches, believers and people like me all over the world performed “A Spell to Bind Donald Trump and All Those Who Abet Him” under the waning crescent moon last month. It was not meant to physically hurt him, only to keep him from succeeding at his tasks. Now he’s complaining he’s the object of a “witch hunt.” Maybe the spell is working.

I heard about the incantation from the Oracle of Los Angeles. I’m on her email list and the subject line “Bind Trump, not your breasts” caught my eye. The binding-spell movement started with an article on Medium posted by Michael M. Hughes, a writer and magician. I don’t believe in the devil, but I do believe our country has gone to hell, and I am willing to try anything to save us.

But before I lighted my candles, I researched binding spells. I didn’t want to send bad vibes into the universe. There is enough evil in Washington already: Stephen K. Bannon, Stephen Miller, Jeff Sessions. The dark and terrifying have risen.

I discovered that binding spells are the oldest known variety, way pre-Christian, going back to ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. Every culture from the Celts to the Tibetans had them. Everywhere and always, they were cast not to harm but to impede.

I also found an article on Breitbart calling on the religious right to say prayers specifically protecting the president from the “Bind Trump” spell. Another article from the National Catholic Register quoted Father Vincent Lampert, the designated exorcist for the archdiocese of Indianapolis. “Spells have power,” he said, but only on the spiritually weak. Could there be anybody more spiritually challenged than Donald Trump? If the Catholics were worried about this spell, there had to be something to it.

Spells, meditation, mindfulness, the oms I say in yoga, the prayers my Episcopalian family send my way — I don’t see any difference. It’s the power of positive thinking, or it’s like visualizing a job interview or a tennis match beforehand so it will go well. It’s all about conviction, about concentrating and believing, with all your heart, that you can make a difference. The Bible tells us so. Matthew 21:22 : “And whatever you ask in prayer, you will receive, if you have faith.”

Sign a petition. Give $20 to Planned Parenthood. Pray for Mike Pence to realize that women don’t exist just to tempt him into an extramarital affair. Cast a spell so that the self-centered plans of a dangerous narcissist will fail. To me, it’s the same thing, if you have faith.

I have faith, generally, in our democracy. I have faith that our government was designed to be of, by and for the people, not a select wealthy few. Lately, my faith has been shaken. What will come of us if we continue to support a man who lies, who promotes fear and distrust; a demagogue who thinks only of himself?

The “Spell to Bind Donald Trump” was first performed in February. I joined in April. I followed the clear, easy instructions posted online (just Google “Bind Trump” or check out the #Bind Trump Facebook page).

I found an orange candle in a box of multicolored ones we use for our Hanukkah menorah. I printed the required tarot card off the Internet and propped it up. I cut an unflattering photo of POTUS out of the newspaper, and I burned it while chanting the words of the spell. My husband was watching “SportsCenter” in the other room. I stood at the kitchen sink. It took less than five minutes. More time was required to get the components together, although that wasn’t difficult — no eye of newt or boiling cauldron required.

At first, I was discouraged. Immediately, the House of Representatives blindly passed the healthcare bill and it seemed no matter what the Senate would do, insurance companies would have the right to raise premiums and cut the elderly or infirm. Maybe I don’t believe in the devil, but I believe insurance companies are his spawn.

But little by little — and much more quickly over the last two weeks — Trump began to falter. The backlash against his firing of James B. Comey, his revealing interview with Lester Holt, his spilling of classified information to the Russians, the Comey memo, Kevin McCarthy’s taped voice joking that Trump was paid by Putin and the appointment of a special counsel, to say nothing of his constant, contradictory tweets — maybe the binding spell is doing its job. I’m sure Republicans wish they could do a binding spell for his phone and his fingers alone.

The next waning crescent moon will be May 23. I plan to complete the ritual again, but that’s not all. I’ll keep signing petitions, calling my representatives, sending donations to the American Civil Liberties Union and marching to City Hall. A binding spell is fine, but it’s not enough.

I believe in resistance and in the power of collective action. Working together by the millions — sending out shared, fervent hopes and dreams and wishes, praying, voting, even casting a binding spell — we cannot be ignored. Doing these things, keeping the faith, gives me hope.

Now, that's what I call Satanic. For those of you who want to perform this curse at home, I suggest you have it done professionally, but if you insist...

Hear me, oh spirits
Of Water, Earth, Fire, and Air
Heavenly hosts
Demons of the infernal realms
And spirits of the ancestors

I call upon you
To bind
Donald J. Trump
So that his malignant works may fail utterly
That he may do no harm
To any human soul
Nor any tree
Animal
Rock
Stream
or Sea


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