Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Aaaand They're Satanists


Well maybe not, just necromancers, channeling the spirits and powers of the dead. This is Patrisse Cullors, one of BLM's three founders in a video call with Melina Abdulla, LA BLM chapter founder:

At its core, it’s a spiritual movement. You can’t pretend like that work is just organizing work. That’s, you know, that’s some serious stuff.
When we say the names, right, so we speak their names, we say her name, say their names, we do that all the time that, you kind of invoke that spirit, and then those spirits actually become present with you.

Cullors' comments on necromancy followed Abdulla's:

Maybe I’m sharing too much, but we’ve become very intimate with the spirits that we call on regularly, right. Like, each of them seems to have a different presence and personality, you know. I laugh a lot with Wakisha, you know. And I didn’t meet her in her body, right, I met her through this work.

She went on to emphasize the importance of invoking spirits, referencing popular BLM name chanting:


When we say the names, right, so we speak their names, we say her name, say their names, we do that all the time that, you kind of invoke that spirit, and then those spirits actually become present with you.
Spirituality is at the center of Black Lives Matter, and I think that’s not just for us, I feel like so many, um, leaders and so many organizers, um, are deeply engaged and in a pretty, um, important spiritual practice.

Cullors, Abdulla and how many others are practitioners of Ifa, West African Yoruba ancestor worship, with an emphasis on spirit possession and associated divination. You know, tell the future with the help of your dead spirit friend.

I tell you, this fight is against principalities and powers, and the Devil, like a roaring and ramping lion prowls, seeking whom he may devour.

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Nigerian friends tell me Christianity is this remarkable thing, freeing them from the dead hand of their ancestral demons. Think, Western Man, sorry, pyrsxn, of your fate had Ygdrasil not been chopped down.

Hey, it's all a great Afro larf 'til Orisha's gnawing on your buddy's shin bone. Don't say Tayo.

Out Demons Out,



LL said...

For some odd reason, their spiritual kinship with Hillary Clinton's campaign makes sense.

Of course it didn't work out well for Hillary (the primal scream that happened when she lost echoed).

Kid said...

These people need to be in Africa with their witch doctors/ They have no place in America.

Well Seasoned Fool said...

In the past was around some men into that spirit stuff. Time consuming.

Anonymous said...

I’d say what a surprise but it really isn’t.

It’s, I suspect, complex.

Partly it’ll be the whole ‘more Irish than the Irish’ syndrome seen in so many emigrants, particularly the second and subsequent generations (becoming stronger the farther they are away from ever actually having been there, or knowing anything about it).

Partly it’s GKC strikes again in they’ll literally believe in anything, and everything, as long as they can play at rebelling against ‘the system’, ‘the man’ and their parents (marxism, islam, climate change, extinction, imaginary genders, … it’s all part of the same pattern).

Partly it’s in the desperate hope/need of being noticed by being ‘shocking’. Notice their laughably unattractive (trying desperately to remain polite) ‘provocative’ posing (and making sure the media is there).

The ‘funny’ thing is it contradicts their claimed marxism.

I’m definitely no expert, having a passing (very limited and uncomfortable) exposure when working around Abuja many years ago, but as far as I understand it whilst women are now allowed to be Iyanifa (a ‘priestess’ or have some direct involvement in the religion) it involves a lengthy (many years) training and very specific induction to get even that (which I very much doubt they have had – the only ones I ever saw were elderly). Further, I suspect, just as the ‘issues’ with women clergy in Protestant churches is ‘controversial’, this will cause the Babalawo Obanifa to ‘react strongly’ to the association with BLM, and the profaning of their beliefs. (Just as Christianity makes demands as to character and behaviour, Ifa does too. This is the literal equivalent of Hillary claiming to be, not only, a practising Christian, but a Priest).

No, they have patently sold their souls but not to Ifa. (They’re no more Ifa than Sharpton et al are Christian). What they are is so damaged, broken, mentally ill they need to be confined for their own safety, let alone everyone elses.

I, despite the patently disgusting human beings they are, and the violence and mayhem they are causing, feel pity for them. They obviously hate every aspect of themselves, their families and communities, so much they’d commit any act, however vile, any sin, any atrocity just to fill the void in their hearts.

Whilst vile and dangerous, they're even more pathetic and pitiful (and I wonder what their parents think).

Anonymous said...


Agree, except in Africa they'd be dead within the hour if they tried a fraction of what they do here.

Much like all those muslim women who constantly rant, whilst working, driving, and being out in public uncovered, you'd expect them to have realised that if they really got what they claim to want 'they' wouldn't survive the experience.

Anonymous said...

Experience has generally shown that the .577/450 Martini–Henry round normally stops the possessed.

Anonymous said...

In many ways they’re the same as all those ‘counter-culture’ hippies of the sixties and seventies. Both searching for meaning and an explanation for the wrong they see, experience and feel, bone deep, in themselves and their lives.

To me, they both in turn appear similar to both the criminals and lesbians I have met over the years. I realise some would be taken aback by those comparisons, but hear me out.

There are as many explanations and excuse for why criminals act as they do, but one consistent fact remains. Every one of them, should they expend as much thought and effort on a legitimate job as they do on their criminal behaviour, would be considerably better off.

The overwhelming majority of professed lesbians I have met have had a, and more usually multiple, bad to very bad relationships with members of the opposite sex before they ‘decide’ they are lesbians. They choose to believe all men are bad, rather than admit that ‘they’ choose ‘only’ bad men to have relationships with.

If either the Antifa/BLM types or the hippies ever admitted that all the ‘wrongs’ in themselves and their lives were entirely due to the decisions and actions they themselves ‘chose’. If they then expended the thought and effort they desperately spent on searching for any esoteric and ‘hidden’ knowledge, becoming more and more extreme at each failure, on that which was in front of them all the time, then they’d have the peace they claim to be searching for.

To an extent it’s a self-fulfilling prophecy. They infiltrated the church, attacked it from within, leaving nothing but an SJW shadow of what it was. Then, in desperate need of faith and solace they have no one but their own useless SJW brethren to turn to. So to them, church and Christianity have failed them, and they chose not to see that it wasn’t church or Christianity that failed, but their choice of faux representatives.

This whole catastrophe has been accelerating and worsening. Whilst the vast majority of those deluded hippies did no more than reject what they could not understand. These deluded chose to destroy it. So isn’t it appropriate that those who have consciously chosen evil, to act as barbarians, chose a barbarian ‘faith’ to complete their abasement?

Anonymous said...

What in the world is in the bathtub? And what is the supposed purpose? Never mind. There is no reason in crazy.

LSP said...

I know what you mean, LL. And now you mention it, wasn't the OLD CRONE involved in Haitian voodoo?

Her losing scream reverberates to this day, like an echo from the Pit.

LSP said...

You mean the America they hate and want to destroy, Kid? I totally agree. Of course they wouldn't last long in the Dark Continent, so they remain here.

LSP said...

Not a good thing, WSF.

LSP said...

Anonymous, it's a strange thing but the possessed have a pretty poor track record against calibers of all kinds.

And now I want a Martini-Henry. Dammit... Hmmmm.

LSP said...

I'd pretty much agree with all of the above, Anon. But two things spring to mind.

At what point does playing at something become the thing in itself? The anarcho-marxist larper bounces about setting fire to stuff in fulfillment of zhir basement dream until, guess what, they're charged with sedition on $1 million bail, or something like that. There they are, against The Man. Likewise, the art witch Yoruba fantasist invokes the spirits until, in the end, she finds herself mounted by a lyami.

I think the spirits answer intention and as we know, the road to Hell is paved with them.

The second point's perhaps more practical.

If I was running around setting myself up as an Ifa priestess without any more credentials than a Californian degree in leftism, I'd expect the real deal to take exception. Which means a curse. I've heard these aren't very pleasant.

But speaking of magic, a fierce old Major once showed me around the Gloucestershire Regiment's museum. "What's that?" I asked, pointing to a furry tunic behind glass and trying to be polite. "That?!?" Exclaimed the ferocious Major, "That monkey suit belonged to a Mau-Mau. Thought it protected him from bullets. Didn't. Ran up on the Colonel, who shot him dead. Hmmmm." He stared at the exhibit, remembering the event, the mutiny and his part in it.

I'd say there's several lessons to be drawn therein.

Anonymous said...


I agree.

Whilst we know God is subtle, we forget at our peril that The Other is too. That, whilst we may stumble at times (and I've stumbled more than most) the path to Heaven is a 'process'. Similarly, that evil is both cumulative and corrupting. That that (self-justified) 'small evil' both accumulates, and makes it easier 'the next time'.

That 'one more profiterole' (Oh OK, I ate four) may not always lead to a life of gluttony, but it always makes it easier to do so, unless you recognise so and (attempt) to combat it.

But these people? In rejecting Christianity, and more importantly deliberately embracing anything and everything they can see as 'anti-Christian' (they don't see Ifa as a separate, different belief, they see it only as anti) are already well on the road. From that perspective, they would probably celebrate their final corruption. They are willing participants.

LSP said...

A strange and awful thing , Anon.

We cooperate in our own damnation.

Unless you're UK specops = pass :)

But seriously, everyone needs to wake up and get back to church.Get right with the Boss.