Friday, 17 July 2015



American politicians have been known to consult fortune tellers and shamans.

In many countries, from Brazil to the UK to Indonesia, people still go to 'witches' in order to cure their ailments or manipulate their neighbours.

It has been argued that there are both good and bad 'witches' and that Witchcraft and Shamanism are not necessarily the same as Satanism.

"The Lucifer story is a mish-mashed retelling of the Canaanite myth" (Neo-Pagan Witchcraft vs. Satanism)

Pendle Hill. This area was "fabled for its theft, violence and sexual laxity, where the church was honoured without much understanding of its doctrines by the common people". "The people of Pendle remained largely faithful to their Roman Catholic beliefs."

Two famous 'witches', from the time of England's King James I, were the Old Demdike and Old Chattox, from Pendle in Lancashire in England.

People would go to these 'witches' to cure sick cattle or to resolve family feuds.

In 1612, there took place in England the trial of the Pendle witches.

"Six of the eleven 'witches' on trial came from two rival families, the Demdike family and the Chattox family, both headed by old, poverty stricken widows, Elizabeth Southerns (aka Old Demdike) and Anne Whittle (Mother Chattox).

"Old Demdike had been known as a witch for fifty years; it was an accepted part of village life in the 16th century that there were village healers who practised magic and dealt in herbs and medicines."

The Pendle Witches, a famous witch trial in Lancashire

The trial

The official account of the Pendle witches event was dedicated to Sir Thomas Knyvet.

Knyvet was part of the false flag operation known as the Gunpowder Plot. 

Knyvet allegedly found Guy Fawkes in cellars underneath parliament.

The Gunpowder Plot was devised by Lord Cecil to provide an excuse for the top people to take more money and land away from the Catholics. Pendle was in a Catholic area.


The story of the Pendle witches began, on 21 March 2012, with a dispute between Alizon Device, a granddaughter of Old Demdike, and a pedlar, John Law.

Alizon begged Law to give her some pins.

He refused and 'Alizon cursed him.'

A few minutes after their encounter Alizon saw Law stumble and fall, perhaps because he suffered a stroke.

He managed to regain his feet and reach a nearby inn.

Initially Law made no accusations against Alizon.

Later, Law blamed Alizon and her powers of witchcraft.

When this incident was brought to court, "Alizon confessed that she had told the Devil to lame John Law."

Alizon then "accused her grandmother, Old Demdike, and also members of the Chattox family, of witchcraft."

Pendle - 400th anniversary of the Pendle witch trials

Alizon's father had "blamed the illness that led to his death on Old Chattox, who had threatened to harm his family if they did not pay annually for their protection."

The deaths of four other villagers that had occurred years before the trial "were blamed on witchcraft performed by Chattox.

"James Demdike confessed that Alizon had also cursed a local child some time before."

On further questioning "both Old Demdike and Chattox confessed to selling their souls."

Old Demdike died in prison.

Nine year old Jennet Device gave key evidence in the Pendle witches' trial.

Jennet gave evidence against her mother Elizabeth (Old Demdike's daughter), her sister and her brother (Old Demdike's grandchildren James and Alizon Device.)

The twelve accused were charged with the murders of ten people by the use of witchcraft. 

Of the eleven who went to trial - nine women and two men - ten were found guilty and executed by hanging; one was found not guilty.


Japanese witch

In Tanzania in 2008, President Kikwete publicly condemned witchdoctors for killing albinos for their body parts, which are thought to bring good luck.

In Nigeria, several Pentecostal pastors have mixed Christianity with African beliefs in witchcraft to benefit from the lucrative witch finding and exorcism business. 

These pastors have been involved in the torturing and even killing of children accused of witchcraft.[103] 

Over the past decade, around 15,000 children have been accused, and around 1,000 murdered.

Around 750 people were killed as witches in Assam and West Bengal between 2003 and 2008.[119]


The operation called 'engineered consensus' - Jon Rappoport's Blog

Shooting in Tennessee.


  1. Bill Mayor: US Socialism vs European Socialism. Funny sketch.

    1. Characteristic of fascism...nice comparison to see how EU and US are governed.

  2. At the Beijing - London Olympic "handover", the London "act" began with cyclists Chris Hoy (Chris as in Christopher, Hoy relates to "sailor) and Victoria Pendelton (Victoria from victory, Pendleton from the place of the witch trials as you noted). Cyclists allude to cycles, perhaps of time, perhaps the beginning of a new cycle.

    The actual London ceremony appeared also to allude to this in terms of technology, what with the rewind to the Industrial revolution (see Blake's Jerusalem) and then the futuristic angles - we are all as one.

    Some believe that the Biblical Garden tale of the serpent etc is an allegory, that "God(s)" created humans to be his/their worker slaves and that another "God" - Lucifer, the fallen angel - put mankind wide to the reality of the situation they were in (naked symbolising knowledge), they ate the fruit and realised the position they were in - thus rebelled.

    Perhaps we have gone "full circle", hence the "powers that be" fascination with space travel, the military, technology and genetic modification.


    P.S. Am not sure where you got the date 21/3/2012 in respect of Pendle from, but some would contest it's a palandromic 333; half way there.

    PPS - Re the "Cave" post, windmills are perhaps symbolic.

  3. please run a comparison between the chatanooga gunman and tamerlan tzarnaev. is the same guy.

  4. i run one trough

  5. Pagan and Christian Creeds: Their Origin and Meaning
    by Edward Carpenter

    "The different religions being lame attempts to represent under various guises this one root-fact of the central universal life, men have at all times clung to the religious creeds and rituals and ceremonials as symbolising in some rude way the redemption and fulfilment of their own most intimate natures - and this whether consciously understanding the interpretations, or whether (as most often) only doing so in an unconscious or quite subconscious way."

    The Drama of Love and Death, p. 96.

    PDF scan:

    1. Excerpt from Chapter 8 of Pagan and Christian Creeds: Their Origin and Meaning:

      We have suggested in the last chapter how the conceptions of Sin and Sacrifice coming down to us from an extremely remote past, and embodied among the various peoples of the world sometimes in crude and bloodthirsty rites, sometimes in symbols and rituals of a gentler and more gracious character, descended at last into Christianity and became a part of its creed and of the creed of the modern world. On the whole perhaps we may trace a slow amelioration in this process and may flatter ourselves that the Christian centuries exhibit a more philosophical understanding of what Sin is, and a more humane conception of what Sacrifice should be, than the centuries preceding. But I fear that any very decided statement or sweeping generalization to that effect would be - to say the least - rash. Perhaps there is a very slow amelioration; but the briefest glance at the history of the Christian churches - the horrible rancours and revenges of the clergy and the sects against each other in the fourth and fifth centuries A.D., the heresy-hunting crusades at Beziers and other places and the massacres of the Albigenses in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, the witch-findings and burnings of the sixteenth and seventeenth, the hideous science-urged and bishop-blessed warfare of the twentieth - horrors fully as great as any we can charge to the account of the Aztecs or the Babylonians - must give us pause. Nor must we forget that if there is by chance a substantial amelioration in our modern outlook with regard to these matters the same had begun already before the advent of Christianity and can by no means be ascribed to any miraculous influence of that religion...

  6. I just come across another one of these mad conspiracy theory sites which was an English one this time, they're usually American, where they think that the elite are going to reduce the world population through eugenics. Al Gore, and Greenpeace are the new Nazis according to them where climate change is an elite conspiracy. Bollocks. These people see vegetarians like me as the third Reich. What planet are they on? I went mad and threw a loads of fucks into their comment section. Fruitcakes like these, who are on the Right, make me so angry.

    Ordinary people and politicians have idea of the exponential growth function because they're dumb. If a pond has one lily on it, and within an hour there are two, and the next hour there are four, and so on. Now after six months the pond is half full and all the lilies think, well, there's plenty of room here, but in the next hour they double again and their is no room left. Then in the next hour the lilies double yet again and so on. The lily pond becomes hell on Earth.

    Getting the world population down to 1 billion seems like a good idea to me, but done slowly and naturally over time, probably over centuries.

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  7. This is nice, the Bonobus apes. BBC documentary They look like chimpanzees but are nothing like them. They are very friendly gregarious creatures who like nothing more than lots of sex. They're much nicer than people.

    Bonobos Documentary on the Peaceful Bonobo Apes of the Congo

  8. Hmmm, this Abdulaziz guy was into sports just like Tamerlan, both were into boxing…

  9. Hi Aang,

    Please feel free to use / repost / share as you see fit.

    All the best.

    'The Paedophile File' - Scallywag Issue 14

    "MPs were ordering obscene photos of kids in care. This child pornography was mailed to Pimlico":

    'Paedophiles in the Cabinet' - Scallywag Issue 17

    (i) The newspaper empires of Robert Maxwell and Rupert Murdoch knew *decades ago* that British MPs were operating a paedophile network.

    (2) The Maxwell and Murdoch empires -- far from competing with each other to break news of the scandal first -- conspired to bury the scandal. Together, the twin media empires ensured NO substantive reports appeared in their respective newspaper titles.

    (iii) Several principals in the MPs' paedophile network met for the first time at Cambridge University where they were studying for degrees.

    (iv) HM Customs was probably complicit in burying evidence against MPs/ministers that pointed to the suspects' involvement in child sexual abuse.

    (v) The parents of one boy sexually assaulted by TWO (2) Tory cabinet ministers took legal advice.

    (vi) At least SEVEN (7) top Tory ministers involved in the MPs' paedophile network were known to Scallywag.



  10. 'Witchcraft and nail clippings: the weird world of Cherie Blair?'

    1. And let's not forget Mandelson & his Brazilian witch-doctor.

    2. Ah, you refer to Peter Mandelson who warranted 10 entries in the 'little black book' of convicted paedophile and alleged international child trafficker, Jeffrey Epstein?

      The very same Peter Mandelson whose name came up in Operation Ore, before police realised that their suspect was, after all, a "Welsh student" (right...)

      And the very same Mandelson who socialises with media mogul David Geffen, an individual who attended parties at the M&C Estate in Los Angeles, a reported "paedophilic sex den"?

  11. 'for a sin of divination is rebellion...' (Youngs Literal - 1 Samuel 15 23). I often meet those “a bit shamanic” and myriad of searchers galore. White or black is agreed, I think... and on we go. Bright or bad religion dat all. Withcraft, Wicca... Pagans all over the place. We all have similar concerns in life. You a good'un or...

    Mark Passio on Tap's 'What on Earth is Happening' (July 9 2015) spoke into, what he describes as satanic, this rebellion in our midst, our drive to self. Destructive ways under any old name or history you call it. But we should call... more like discover, what names mean, seeking to understand the people involved. God loves them and wants to meet, and... unless ya gone to the darkside and must be stopped, is in all our battles to love not hate.

    ...this and iniquity and teraphim is stubbornness' (1 Samuel 15:23).

    And Galatians 5 20 while we're at it.

    Great as ever Aangirfan,

    thanks, Mark

    I'll come back to you on "The Lucifer story is a mish-mashed retelling of the Canaanite myth" (Neo-Pagan Witchcraft vs. Satanism).
    Oh yeah, if only.

  12. San Francisco techies are hiring this Wiccan witch to protect their computers from viruses and offices from evil spirits:-

  13. Thanks Aanirfan for my article.

  14. Manipulation of energy for malevolent purposes. Human children have incredibly powerful energy: torture, rape and murder them on energy lines/chakras of the planet and you can distort/lower the energy of the planet. Quite a bit of that going on in Hampstead/Camden - performed by seemingly caring, "friendly" old ladies. Hampstead Christ Church is on a convergence of two ley/energy lines. The underground river Fleet has its source at Hampstead Pond, then flows under the city to Old Father Thames. Lots of energy conducted there. Hams Stead(Place) Check out the Old Babylonian Testament on Ham's "sin" of being raped by his father, who visited this sin on his son, Canaan. And now we have the Hams Stead Sect(Canaanites) visting Ham's sin on everyone.

    Drifloud (the original)