John Podesta’s demon has risen

Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, Crowley-like, has conjured up a monster from the bottomless pit.

Aleister Crowley (left), John Podesta and Hillary Clinton

WASHINGTON, November 5, 2016 — In 1909, occultist Aleister Crowley, along with his lover Victor Neuburg, traveled to a remote section of the Sahara Desert. The purpose of their journey was to ritually summon the demon Choronzon from the abyss.

“I am I,” said the demon upon materializing. “From me come leprosy and pox and plague and cancer and cholera and the falling sickness. Ah! I will reach up to the knees of the Most High and tear his phallus with my teeth, and will bray his testicles in a mortar, and make poison thereof, to slay the sons of men,” Crowley recounted in his book “The Equinox.”

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It’s clear there is no shortage of hubris among perdition’s perpetually perturbed prisoners. They will never forgive rebellious humanity for being the undeserved recipient of heavenly grace, while no such salvation was extended to Lucifer’s fallen, fellow travelers.

Aleister Crowley.
Aleister Crowley.

“I was not content to believe in a personal Devil and serve him in the ordinary sense of the word,” Crowley would later say, “I wanted to get hold of him personally and become his chief of staff.”

John Podesta, chief of staff to former President Bill Clinton and the 2016 campaign chairman for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, may himself be following in the footsteps of Aleister Crowley concerning the dark arts, suggests hacked emails released by WikiLeaks.

In June of 2015, brother Tony Podesta dispatched a quick email to brother John asking if he would be in New York City the week of July 9. He forwarded an invitation from mutual friend and avant-garde artist Maria Abramovic’:

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 [John Podesta] is joining?

For the uninitiated, “Spirit Cooking” is a practice performed by the adherents of Thelema, an occult religion founded by – you guessed it – the demon-conjuring Aleister Crowley.

“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law,” reads its simple, hedonistic directive.

One of its rites requires consuming a specific confection created by the spirit cook, “cakes of light.” Its ingredients include oil and honey and pigs blood, and other bodily fluids as shown in this video:

This tangy concoction is meant to symbolize the marriage between humanity and the divine.

The New York Times described Maria Abramovic’ as “the godmother of performance art,” adding that her art “combined masochism and spirituality.”

“I take off my clothes and cut myself, sometimes while lying on ice,” she told the Times reporter, who was no doubt awed and transfixed.

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Shortly after WikiLeaks released her email, Abramovic’ told the online magazine Artnews, “It was a normal dinner. It was actually just a normal menu, which I call spirit cooking. There was no blood, no anything else.”, which is often accused of being part of the liberal media machine, posted a story today that the report is false, despite the wide reporting of Wikileaks email.

That being said, I can’t help but wonder if the malignant monster conjured into existence by Aleister Crowley in the North African desert so many years ago isn’t back and walking among us.

John Podesta’s incantations may have positioned a shrill, hellish beast – now the subject of not one but two FBI investigations – within easy reach of the White House.

“Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law” is the beast’s credo and that of and her predatory husband.

It’s like the poet Charles Baudelaire said:

The Devil pulls the strings which make us dance,

We find delight in the most loathsome things;

Some furtherance of Hell each new day brings,

And yet we feel no horror in that rank advance.

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