Saturday, December 31, 2011

Traditional Hoodoo At Miller's Rexall Drugs

I like this clips so much that this is the second time I've posted it. Miller's is perhaps the oldest Hoodoo shop still in existence. I used to have a very cool catalog from them, with a hand holding a green candle that had wax dripping down it. Unfortunately I foolishly gave it away. I now know better to hang on to old spiritual supply catalogs!



Be sure to check out their website at:

http://www.medicinesandcurios.com/

See Also:

Run Devil Run

John The Conquer

Hoodoo Candles

Coast To Coast AM - October 27, 2011 - Occult & Predictions With Dr. Evelyn Paglini

Kurt & Courtney (1998)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0138563/



Note: This documentary contains a test that claims to prove that Kurt Cobain could have injected himself with 3 times the lethal limit of heroin and then shoot himself. The test is invalid and the documentary creator, Nick Broomfield, publicly acknowledged the test was invalid but added  that it was too late to remove it from the film. The reason for the test being invalid are that the drug used in the test was a methadone and not heroin, and the methodone was administered orally and not intravenously.

Manly Hall - Esoteric Alchemy - Transformation of Attitudes

Coco Robicheaux- I Walk on Gilded Splinters into St. John's Eve

The Truth Behind: Crop Circles

The Titanic's Paranormal Connections! - Dr. Ruehl

Decapitated Animals From Animal Sacrifices Dumped In N.E. Philadelphia

The remains of goats, chickens, and a duck were found dumped on the side of a street in N.E. Philadelphia. The animals were decapitated as part of a sacrifice.

SPCA: Decapitated animals found in NE Phila.

Peterborough Police Respond To "Ghostly" Calls

Peterborough police have received several calls over the past three years regarding incidents related to alleged ghosts.

Police called out to ghostly goings-on in Peterborough

Friday, December 30, 2011

Pope Lick Monster

The Pope Lick Monster is an alleged satyr-like creature that haunts the location of the railroad trestle over Floyd's Fork Creek (Pope Lick Creek) near Louisville, KY.

Appearance: A human-animal hybrid having the lower extremities of a goat or sheep below the waist and having the upper body of a man. The monster possesses horns on it's head and is covered in shaggy fur. In some reports the creature carries an axe.

Lore: Legends of the Pope Lick Monster date back to the 1940s. As far as origin tales go, there are multiple competing versions. Some of the most popular origin stories include the monster being an escaped circus freak, the unholy offspring of a human and goat or sheep, or of a sorcerer who sold his soul to the devil in exchange for magic powers.

The Pope Lick Monster delights in causing accidents and deaths, usually by luring people onto the train trestle where they are then struck and killed by a train or else fall to their deaths. In some instances the beast attacks victims directly. Several deaths have resulted at the location, though whether or not the Pope Lick Monster was involved has not been proven. Most of the deaths involve teenagers and all of the deaths were ruled accidents.

Powers: The Pope Lick Monster possess the power to hypnotize people which he uses to lure victims onto the tracks. The Pope Lick Monster also possesses the ability to mimic the voice of a victim's loved ones, which again, he uses to lure victims. The Pope Lick Monster is reported to be physically stronger than a human.

Defense Against The Pope Lick Monster: Stay away from the location. Unlike other satyr-like beings, the Pope Lick Monster is dangerous.

The Legend Of The Pope Lick Monster


Pope Lick Monster

The Legend of Pope Lick

The Pope Lick Monster – Bob Hill

The Strange Death Of Vincent Foster

Tell Me My Future Now - Urban Conjure Radio - October 5, 2011

Dr. Kioni with psychic readings, Hoodoo advice and great music.

Tell Me My Future Now Episode 10052011

Secret Mysteries Of America's Beginnings - Volume 4: Hidden Faith Of The Founding Fathers

Part 1


Part 2

Coco Robicheaux - Love Of A Woman

Gnostic Luciferianism - What is it ? Religion of Apotheosis - Paul & Phillip Collins

The Truth Behind: The Bermuda Triangle

The Disappearance Of Judge Crater - Dr. Ruehl

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Your Questions Answered.....#16

As usual, all identities kept confidential and all questions have been rephrased.

1.) Is the Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot footage real or a hoax?

Answer = This is just my personal opinion of course, but I used to believe that the famous bigfoot footage could be real. Now I lean toward it being a fake. The reason being is because for one Patterson set out to film one, and was successful, and two, in 1966 Patterson authored a book titled, Do Abominable Snowmen Of America Really Exist?. Included in the book is a drawing of a female bigfoot with large, sagging breasts. Well, don't you know, just a year later in 1967 Patterson just manages to film a female bigfoot with large sagging breasts! I'm like the poster in Mulder's office, "I Want To Believe", but unfortunately the Patterson-Gimlin footage is just to problematic to accept at face value. This said, I still believe there is a good possibility that bigfoot exists. I've met people who claim to have seen the creature and they seem believable to me.

If you want to see the drawing that Patterson made of the bigfoot with sagging breasts a year before supposedly filming a bigfoot with sagging breasts, click below. You will need to scroll down.

What Does A Female Bigfoot Look Like?

2.) Could you post more stuff on Dr. Evelyn Paglini?

Answer = I like her too! She's an interesting character. I will post whatever I can find and I'm thinking about writing a blog just on her alone. In the meantime, here's what I currently have posted about her, or at least what I can easily find. I know there's more out there, so as I come across it I will definitely include it on my blog.

Coast To Coast AM - September 24, 2010 - Witchcraft & Psychic Prediction With Evelyn Paglini

The Curse Of The Stone - WSL Channel 7 News Segment, October 28, 1980

3.) What's the best evidence proving that Kurt Cobain was murdered and when if ever do you think the investigation will be reopened?

Kurt's credit card that he used to purchase his tickets home should have been on his body when it was found. It was not. Later it was discovered that someone was using his credit card after his time of death and before his body was discovered. This tells us that someone knew he was dead before the rest of the world found out. Additionally, there were no legible fingerprints found on the shotgun, the shotgun shells, or the pen that Kurt allegedly used to write the suicide note with. The suicide note itself is in dispute as to whether or not Kurt wrote all of it. Only the last 4 or so lines at the end of the note could be interpreted as having anything to do with suicide and these lines are written larger and in a clearly distinct style compared to the rest of the handwriting. Kurt had 3 times the average lethal dose of heroin in his system. Kurt additionally had Valium in his system as well. There is literally no way in the world that someone could shoot up that much heroin and then roll his sleeves down, put away the drug paraphernalia, walk circa 5ft across the room, lie down, put the shotgun in his mouth and blow his brains out. All the experts agree that that much heroin would have caused unconsciousness within seconds, not minutes. There are additional weird details like that the house had been thoroughly cleaned, according to Kurt's best friend Dylan Carlson. Dylan claimed he had never seen the house that clean before. Kurt's car was found in the garage and someone had slashed all 4 tires. Courtney Love would later go on to claim possession of a secret second suicide note that she claims that Kurt wrote her and left under her pillow at the Seattle home. This is highly suspicious. As far as further background you need to know, Kurt wanted a divorce and had called his and Courtney's entertainment lawyer, Rosemary Carrol, and has asked for a new will to be drawn up that excluded Courtney. Courtney also tried to get out of her prenup with Kurt. The prenup was actually Courtney's idea as she believed she would be more famous and wealthy than Kurt. However, the prenup worked against her as it meant that if Kurt divorced her she walked away with far less than half of Kurt's wealth. Finally, there are the strange deaths of Eldon Hoke, who claimed Courtney offered him $50,000 to kill Kurt and who later died mysteriously a week after giving an interview for the documentary, Kurt & Courtney, and Kristen Pfaff, former bassist for Courtney's band, Hole. Pfaff was found dead of an overdose the day she was to leave town. She despised Courtney and wanted out of the drug scene. Her belongings were packed in a U-Haul truck that was located outside. She was moving back to her home town. Pfaff's mother discovered that Pfaff's diary had the pages for the week that Kurt was missing and when his body was discovered, ripped out. The pages were never located. Later in a December 1994 issue of Rolling Stone magazine, Courtney gave a statement that may have implicated her being at the scene of Pfaff's death prior to her body being officially discovered. Some have suggested that Pfaff's diary contained information on Kurt's death that Courtney didn't want revealed. Courtney had also publicly accused Pfaff of having an affair with Kurt. -And this is not the end of it. There's tons more information. Please do your own research. It took the Natalie Wood case 30 years before it was reopened. I do strongly believe that Kurt Cobain was indeed murdered and that one of the oldest motives in the book, money, was the reason.

If you haven't yet read the book, Love & Death: The Murder Of Kurt Cobain by Max Wallace and Ian Halperin, then please do so. You won't be disappointed.

Also, check out the following websites:

http://www.cobaincase.com/
http://www.justiceforkurt.com/

4.) Will you do a blog on how to do spiritual cleansings?

Answer = Yes. I will eventually, though I don't know exactly when I will get around to it.

5.) What is juju-powder? My friend always says he will sprinkle juju-powder on girls and that he will have their way with him. Where can I get some?

Answer = This made me chuckle. "Juju powder" means magic powder. I'm going to speculate that your friend is simply joking around. Otherwise, he may be hinting that he uses various magic powders to get girls to like him. It may be powders like, Love Me, or Do As I Say. You can purchase these at various occult shops. You might try, Lucky Hoodoo.  See Also, Juju.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me at:

TheDemoniacal@yahoo.com

Goatman Of White Rock Lake

The Goatman Of White Rock Lake is a reported satyr-like monster that allegedly haunts the area of White Rock Lake, near Dallas, TX.

Appearance: A 7ft-tall, satyr-like being having the lower extremities of a goat and the upper body of a man, complete with goat horns and yellowish or greenish skin. In some sightings the creature was said to be covered in fur and to have long fingernails or claws.

Lore: Alleged sightings of the beast first began in the 1970s and appear to continue into modern times. The creature is most often said to be active at dusk or else is nocturnal. The Goatman dislikes humans and usually acts to scare or run-off any people who wander into it's territory.

Powers: Unknown, possibly stronger than a human.

Defense Against The Goatman Of White Rock Lake: Though the creature hates humans and has been known to act aggressively toward humans, even throwing items at people, it is of little-to-no actual threat.

Goatman Of White Rock Lake

Coming Of The Goat-Man

Conspiracies - Rock 'n' Roll

Secret Mysteries of America's Beginnings - Volume 3: Eye Of The Phoenix Secrets Of The Dollar Bill

The Truth Behind: Nasca Lines

The Case Of The Viking Ghost Dog - Dr. Ruehl

Coco Robicheaux - Cottonmouth

UK Bans Occult Services On T.V.

The UK Office or Communications has banned the advertising of occult services on t.v. From now on psychics must use the term, "for entertainment purposes only", and cannot tell clients anything negative!

Media regulator spells out TV rules on 'occult-related practices'

Cattle Mutilation In Florida

Cattle mutilations are on the rise in Fort Myers, FL. Ranchers believe the cattle are being killed for their meat.

Cattle mutilation hurting local ranchers

My Super-Duper Idea For An X-Files Reboot

Okay, so The X-Files is one of my all-time favorite shows. I was literally just daydreaming a second ago about how I wish the series could be rebooted. This idea just popped into my head. I don't mean to toot my horn, but I think it's an awesome idea!

My Idea For A Reboot Of The X-Files

Setting: The X-Files Universe

Time: Each new episode takes place in the same time that the original X-File episodes aired. Ex- S1E1 is occurring at the same time S1E1 of the old series.

Characters: Two new agents who worked with the FBI at the same time as Mulder & Scully and who do their own X-file-like investigations. I would start off with one male and one female agent, with extra characters thrown in as the series progresses. They could even make it so that these two new characters were officially given their designation with the X-files if the cards are played right, like say there is a deeper conspiracy that even Mulder & Scully were kept out of the loop on.

What Ties The New Series To The Old Series: Footage of each old episode is spliced into the new episode to tie the two series together. For example, the new agents may walk down the hall and pass Scully as she is heading to Mulder's office. Additional footage would be provided so that the audience understands what Mulder & Scully are doing per their original episodes and how the new characters fit into it, or how they verge off on their own stories.

So it's like a branching off or expanding upon of the original series, giving the audience a greater view into the X-Files universe with additional stories and even some of the same stories where the new characters acted in ways to help progress the original series!

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

El Cadejo

El Cadejo are supernatural monsters in Southern Mexican and Central American folklore that can either attack or protect people who travel by night.

Appearance: El Cadejo can be good or evil. What is confusing is that they appear in either the colors of white or black. Don't let the colors fool you as the colors do not necessarily indicate whether or not the creature is good or evil. This said, in most locations the white Cadejo is considered good and the black Cadejo is considered evil. As far as a physical description, the Cadejo appear as large, canine-like monsters, similar to Phantom Black Dogs, having hooves for feet. They may possess goat-like features and are said to possess skin and/or fur that shimmers in the light. Cadejo also possess red, glowing eyes and have a horrible stench.

Lore: There are three distinct types of Cadejo. The first type is considered to be Satan in the form of a Phantom Black Dog. In this form he is usually said to have chains that have been heated red-hot from the fires of Hell chained to his legs. The second type of Cadejo are the good and bad or white and black variety. The third type of Cadejo are the offspring of an evil or black Cadejo and a normal dog. Only the last type of Cadejo can be killed by a person. When a specimen of the third type of Cadejo is killed it's body will immediately dissolve or decompose within a matter of seconds, leaving behind only a disgusting puddle of decomposition fluid which curses the earth and prevents any vegetation from growing on the spot.

As far as behavior goes, the evil or black variety of the second type of Cadejo hide in wait of passing travelers to attack. The evil or black Cadejo prefers alcoholics or drunks as victims. Usually a good or white Cadejo will attempt to stop the evil or black Cadejo from attacking. However, it appears that some times the good or white Cadejo does not show up in time and the evil or black Cadejo is able to attack and kill a human being.

As far as an origin legend for the Cadejo, there is a popular legend of two young men being cursed by a sorcerer due to their sloth or laziness. One of the men became an evil or black Cadejo, while the other brother was transformed into a good or white Cadejo.

Powers: Cadejos possess incredible strength. Cadejos possess the power of hypnotizing or paralysing people who look them in the eyes. People who survive an encounter with Cadejos appear to suffer from a condition similar to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, usually for the remainder of their lives.

Defense Against Cadejos: Avoid nocturnal travel while intoxicated. Religious artifacts may provide some level of protection, especially against the evil or black variety of Cadejo. Evil or black Cadejos can be repelled with the burning of pungent incense. The third type of Cadejo, the offspring of an evil or black Cadejo and a normal dog, can be killed.



Cadejo

El Cadejo

The Cadejo

Coasta Rica Legends

The Truth Behind: The Nevada Triangle

Go Summon Up The Dead Ones

New World Witchery - Urban Conjure With Stephanie Palm

How To Work A Money Altar With Santa Muerte

Hibagon

Hibagon, a.k.a. Hinagon, is the Japanese version of Bigfoot.

Appearance: Hibagon are said to be circa 5ft-tall, covered in black fur, and having white hands and feet. They may also possess a white patch of fur on their chests. The appearance of the Hibagon is believed to be very similar to gorillas. Like most Bigfoot-like creatures, the Hibagon is said to have a horrible stench.

Lore: Most sightings of the beat occur in the forests of Mt. Hiba. Although most people tend to believe the creature is either a Bigfoot or an escaped population of gorillas, there is an alternative urban legend that the creatures are mutated humans from the blast at Hiroshima.

Powers: Hibagon are physically stronger than humans.

Defense Against Hibagon: Hibagon pose no threat to humans and appear to be fearful of humans.

The Hibagon


Dear Hinagon

Dear Hinagon by cinemasian

Revisiting The Hibagon - Japan's Bigfoot

Hibagon - Japan's Bigfoot

SETI Will Confirm ETs Exist! - Dr. Ruehl

Chief Constable Upset Over Calls On Zombis, Bigfoot, Witches, Werewolves, And Ghosts

Chief Constable Ian Arundale of the Dyfed Powys force in Wales is highly upset over calls to the police concerning supernatural creatures or the paranormal. He feels the calls are wasting valuable police time.

Zombie and UFO queries are wasting police time, warns chief

Yeti Finger Revealed To Be Human

A famous finger claimed to belong to a Yeti has now been revealed via DNA testing to be human.

Unsolved Mysteries - Yeti


Yeti Finger: After 50 Years, DNA

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Coast To Coast AM - December 26, 2011 - Aliens In The Forest

Part 1


Part 2


Part 3

Cohomo

Cohomo, a.k.a. The Cole Hollow Road Monster, is a reported bigfoot-like monster that was sighted in Tazewell County, IL, in 1972.

Appearance: An 8-10ft-tall, hairy hominid with white or light-colored fur, only three toes on each foot, grey skin, and large teeth. Some witnesses could not see any facial characteristics due to the excessive hair. Cohomo was said to be extremely foul-smelling.

Lore: In early May, 1972, 18-year old Randy Emert and a group of friends reported a sighting of the monster and later revealed they believed it was living underneath an abandoned house. From that day foreword, reported sightings of Cohomo grew incredibly. On May 25, 1972, the police received 200 phone calls regarding sightings of the beast. By July the sightings had not stopped and the police realized that something had to be done. A volunteer teem was put together with over 100 individuals who would search the area for signs of the beast. The team was disbanded when a member accidentally shot himself in the foot. On July 25, 1972, another 200 phone calls concerning sightings of the monster were placed to police. One phone call involved the sighting of a UFO in the form of strange lights that was witnessed descending into the woods.

Powers: Unknown

Defense Against Cohomo: Cohomo is of little-to-no threat to humans, though certain property damage was attributed to the beast.

Hoax?: Randy Emert, one of the first witnesses of the alleged monster, claimed in 1991 that he made up the story in order to scare a friend. It's been claimed that the resulting sightings were due to mass hysteria but bigfoot-like monsters continue to be sighted in the region.

Cohomo Monster: 1972

Cohomo (Cole Hollow Monster)

Bigfoot From Yesteryear: The Sobby Savage -- Cohomo Monster -- Winsted Wildman

Dr. Kioni's HoodooUniversity: $$$ Magick - How to Master Your Money (c)2011

The Sobby Savage

The Sobby Savage is the name given to a bigfoot-like monster that was reported in McNairy County, TN, circa 1871.

Appearance: A 7ft-tall, hairy, hominid with red eyes.

Lore: The Sobby Savage caused a great uproar at the time of the sightings due to the monster's attempts of abducting lone women. Locals attempted to hunt the beast but there was no word as to whether or not they were successful.

Powers: The Sobby Savage was said to possess great strength and could leap over large fences with ease.

Defense Against The Sobby Savage: The Sobby Savage appeared to be afraid of adult men and would quickly flee the scene if a man sighted him. The Sobby Savage would not attempt to abduct a woman who was in the presence of a man.

Bigfoot From Yesteryear: The Sobby Savage -- Cohomo Monster -- Winsted Wildman

The Truth Behind: The Lost Ark

The Liberty County Monkey Man

The Liberty County Monkey Man is alleged bigfoot-like creature that has been sighted several times in the area of Liberty County, TX.

Appearance: A 4ft-tall, hairy, upright-walking hominid.

Lore: Starting circa April, 2003, reports of the monkey man began to filter in. Most of the witnesses are credible and include an off-duty police officer. Many of the sightings have occurred near the local Trinity river. However, the creature has also been sighted in town. In one sighting the monkey man was spotted on a witness' roof! Several reports were made to the police about the monkey man and the Liberty County police eventually did patrols for the beast. It should be noted that there are frequent reports of adult bigfoot in the area. Some speculate that the monkey man was a juvenile bigfoot.

Powers: Unknown

Defense Against The Liberty County Monkey Man: No reports of violence or attacks on people have been connected to the monkey man to date. The Liberty County Monkey Man poses little-to-no threat to humans.

The Monkey Man of 1409

Proof Of Reincarnation From Nigeria's Igbo Tribe! - Dr. Ruehl

Lone Star Bigfoot

Tales of our hairy friend from the Lone Star State.

Searching for Bigfoot in Texas

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Barbershop Closed Over Issues With Animal Sacrifice

Tell Me My Future Now - Urban Conjure Radio - October 4, 2011

Dr. Kioni's readings and rootwork advice with excellent music!

Tell Me My Future Now Episode 10042011

Palo Monte Ceremony

Secret Mysteries Of America's Beginnings - Volume 2: Riddles In Stone

Magical Oils

The Truth Behind: Zombies

Magic Healers Of Los Angeles

Do Vampires Exist? - Dr Ruehl

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Graveyard Rooster Sacrifice Divides Hoodoo Community

Recently Dr. Christos Kioni, a professional rootworker and Palo practitioner, has found himself in hot water after allegedly posting a picture of an animal sacrifice he performed at the grave of a soldier. Catherine Yronwode, Hoodoo occult shop owner, appears to be behind the rampage to have Dr. Kioni arrested for animal abuse. So just what happened?

The accusations are that Dr. Kioni burned a rooster alive at the grave site as part of a magical working for a client. Animal sacrifice is legal, though burning an animal is not. Dr. Kioni allegedly posted pics of the sacrifice on his Facebook, though Dr. Kioni claims someone hacked his account. Catherine Yronwode is now spear-heading a campaign to have Dr Kioni arrested by supporting a petition against Dr. Kioni. Yronwode didn't originate the petition, instead it was created by one of her associates, but she sure as hell is promoting it.

The case is complex and both Dr. Kioni and Catherine Yronwode have brought shame to the Hoodoo community. Dr. Kioni and Catherine Yronwode have a long professional history of working together. It appears, in my opinion and in the opinion of those in the know, that Catherine Yronwode has ulterior motivations for waging war against Dr. Kioni. I will not repeat the rumors here.

It's unlikely that any charges will be brought up against Dr. Kioni as it would be far too difficult to prove that the chicken was alive at the time of it being allegedly burnt. However, it is very likely that Dr. Kioni will now find himself under police scrutiny for some time to come.

For the record, Dr. Kioni states that the rooster was killed legally. Dr. Kioni and Catherine Yronwode have severed professional ties. The mother of the soldier whose grave was used as the location of the ritual is quite naturally upset and shaken over the incident.

Note: Though I am a practitioner of Hoodoo, I am strongly opposed to animal sacrifice of any form. I do not harm any animals in my practice.

Dr. Kioni Speaking Of His Services


Hoodoo ritual sacrifice shocks family

Dr. Kioni, the Red-Hot Rooster, and a Fractured Community

Bullies Of Voodou

Stop Dr. Christos Kioni From Burning Chickens Alive!(With Alleged Picture Of Rooster Sacrificed)

See Also:

Animal Parts & Animal Sacrifice In Hoodoo

Brumalia

Brumalia was the Ancient Roman festival of the Winter Solstice that also honored Bacchus (Dionysus), the god of wine and ecstasy. The day of Brumalia was generally held on December 24, however Brumalia celebrations may have taken place for a month prior to this date.

Harley Got Devoured By The Undead

The Truth Behind: Druids

The Worst Hotel

Secret Mysteries Of America's Beginnings - Volume 1: The New Atlantis

What If You Can Not Light Your Candles

PITN - Apollyon Rising 2012

Christian show suggesting the arrival of the Antichrist in 2012.

The First Modern UFO Case - Dr. Ruehl

Your Questions Asked.....#15

As usual, all identities are kept secret and all questions are rephrased.

1.) What book would you recommend for information on the JFK assassination conspiracy?

Answer = I don't really have a book in mind that I would recommend. However, if you are looking for a documentary then I would highly recommend the series, "The Men Who Killed Kennedy". It's a multi-part documentary and it is superb. In fact you just made me want to rewatch it.

2.) I didn't find a blog entry on your site for 2012. Can you go into detail regarding the 2012 prophecy? I am also interested in your take on any masonic connection to it.

Answer = I've avoided writing such a blog entry. I do not subscribe to the beliefs regarding the "end of the world" in 2012. The only thing about 2012 that I find interesting is not even connected to the Mayans, but instead relates to the Zohar which prophesies the potential arrival of the messiah in either 2012 or 2013.

3.) I recently purchased a bottle of Hold My Man Anna Riva oil. How should I use it?

Answer = You use it like any other spiritual condition oil, to dress candles, amulets, etc. 'Hold My Man' is a condition oil for women and gay men to literally keep a male lover, to not have him stray or leave you for another lover. Because of this I would recommend you use it as a perfume as well as lightly dress your fingers with the oil and then touch your lover, skin on skin. If you can make a quick, clock-wise circle with your fingers the better.

4.) What exactly is the difference between Luciferians and Satanism? I've been reading up on the belief that various secret societies have that Lucifer will be incarnated on earth and that for Christians he will be the Antichrist.

Please read my blog entries on Luciferianism and Lucifera. Yes, various secret societies do indeed believe that Lucifer will indeed "return", but rest assured that the only way Lucifer could eve make an appearance on the planet is only in the form of an advanced A.I. that could enslave or at least take over the planet. It would be female, simply because we males like to make objects be the feminine gender, so I believe we should name her "Rose", LOL.

5.) The following is from a debate I had in another forum. I thought I would include the question here.

Are Christmas Tress Pagan?

Answer = Christmas Trees are perhaps pagan in spirit, just not pagan in origin. I say this because Christmas Trees originated in Germany among the same people who brought us the Easter Bunny. These people do not have a pagan history of decorating trees. Instead, Christmas Trees evolved as a representation of the magical trees in various fairy tales. The first Christmas Trees had the presents tied to the branches. As the gifts got heavier they were then placed under the tree. So there you have it. Christmas Trees are not pagan in origin, but perhaps pagan in spirit. Now, I need to stress this last part. Although Christmas Trees are not pagan, they are not Christian either. The origins of the Christmas Tree do not lie with Christianity but with the secular celebration of the holiday.

6.) I'm looking for a case of a bigfoot that was shot and killed and then was kept frozen in a block of ice. Have you heard of this incident?

Answer = I believe you are referring to the Minnesota Ice Man. I actually thought I had already done a blog on this, so thank you for asking this question. Keep in mind that though the Wikipedia article claims the Minnesota Ice Man to be a hoax in the first sentence, such is a result of the poor writing/editing of Wikipedia and its users. The actual case is a mystery and will probably remain a mystery. The original creature that was put on display appeared to be an actual corpse. This body was then replaced with a dummy after the exhibit began to attract attention from scientists. It has been suggested that this was done because the creature had been shot and killed. As I wrote above, we may never know the truth.

7.) What is the bigger threat that we are facing as a species, pollution, deadly plagues, nuclear war, or an alien invasion?

Answer = Well, this is just my opinion but if you made me chose between the choices you presented then I would say alien invasion. However, you left off the creation of ultra-intelligent machines. We are on the verge of creating them and with time they would evolve into god-like beings. They may wipe us out, they may enslave us, or we may even merge with them. This is basically going to become a huge concern as we reach the Technological Singularity which will begin circa 2040. Currently the human brain is being reverse engineered. It is believed that about 2029 this will be complete. It is a common belief among people who subscribe to the Technological Singularity that the creation of strong A.I. will usher in the Technological Singularity.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me at TheDemoniacal@yahoo.com

Friday, December 23, 2011

The Festival

Don Juan del Dinero

Don Juan del Dinero, a.k.a. Mr. Money, is the folk saint or spirit of money, prosperity, and abundance in the Venezuelan spiritism cult of Maria Lionza. The veneration of Mr. Money has spread into the folk magic practices of many traditions and the image of Mr. Money can be found on many spiritual products sold for use in occult magic.

Appearance: A man in an expensive suit, often portrayed surrounded by gold, silver, or carrying bags of money. For images of Don Juan del Dinero, click HERE, HERE, and HERE.

Lore: Don Juan del Dinero is invoked to help attract money and prosperity into people's lives. His colors are silver and gold (and green in the U.S.) and his special prayer or oracion, is as follows:

"I (name) invoke the sublime influence of the Holy Name of Almighty God and Don Juan del Dinero so that you may offer me protection and help, so that you may free me from poverty and need, that you provide me with abundance and happiness, that the star of good luck shine for me and may fortune and success accompany me in all that I set out to do, under your patronage I place myself. Don Juan del Dinero, do not leave me in forgetfulness and always be by my side. Amen."

Powers: Don Juan del Dinero can great wealth and prosperity to worshippers.

Don Juan del Dinero: A Folk Saint for Our Times

Little Rare Book Room

Grýla

Grýla is a child-eating ogre or hag in Icelandic folklore.

Appearance: A giant hag

Lore: Grýla lives in a cave with her current husband, Leppalúði.  Jólakötturinn, the Yule Cat, is her pet. Grýla has 13 sons who are referred to as the Yule Lads or Yulemen. They are mischievous, gnome-like beings who reward good children, as well as play tricks on people. At Christmas-time, Grýla leaves her cave in search of bad children in order to capture in her sack. She then takes her victims home and and cooks them in a stew.

Powers: Grýla is incredibly strong.

Defense Against Grýla: Be good boys and girls.

GRÝLA, GRÝLUR, GRØLEKS AND SKEKLERS: FOLK DRAMA IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC  IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES?

Grýla - Responsible For The Year's Biggest Volcanic Eruption (Satire)

Book Review: Tracking The Man-Beasts

The book is, Tracking The Man-Beasts: Sasquatch, Vampires, Zombies, And More by Joe Nickell.

I will start by stating that Joe Nickell is a dedicated debunker. He doesn't buy into pretty much anything. This said this doesn't mean that one should pass this book by. The book, Tracking The Man-Beasts has a lot of good information covering everything from bigfoot to werewolves, zombies, aliens, demons, and yes, vampires. So if you can overlook the author being a dedicated debunker then you can find enjoyment in the information provided. The only problem I have with the book is that Nickell doesn't quite understand when something is told in a "nod & wink", versus something that might actually be a reality. Nickell simply puts everything in the same category and dismisses it. This inability to distinguish between such highly annoys me.

On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give the book a 6.

Alma Rosa Healer

The Paranormal Connections of Actor Basil Rathbone - Dr. Ruehl

Wiked Witch Mojo - Who's Your Mama

Paganism Recruitment Video For The OTA

Mysterious Metal Space Ball Falls From Sky In Namibia

A strange, 13 pound metallic sphere fell from the sky and created a crater in Namibia.

The mystery ball from space: Experts baffled by metal sphere that crashed to Earth in remote area of Namibia

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Jólakötturinn

Jólakötturinn, a.k.a. The Yule Cat, is a dreaded feline monster of Icelandic folklore.

Appearance: Jólakötturinn appears as a gigantic cat. For an image of the Yule Cat, click HERE.

Lore: According to folklore the Yule Cat roams the land around Christmas-time, peeking in windows and stalking families. The Yule Cat searches for children wearing old clothing. When a suitable child is found the Yule Cat waits for the opportune moment to attack and kill the child. The child's corpse is then dragged back to the beast's lair to be devoured.

Powers: The Yule Cat possesses great physical strength.

Defense Against Jólakötturinn: The only way to repel the monster is for children to wear new clothing around Christmas.

The Icelandic Yule Cat


Golau Glau - The Yule Cat


The Yule Cat

Today Is The Winter Solstice!

Today is the Winter Solstice, the first day of winter in the northern hemisphere. Tonight is the shortest day, longest night, of the year. From this day onward daylight will steadily increase until we reach the Summer Solstice. The ancient peoples viewed the Winter Solstice as the "rebirth of the sun".

Winter Solstice


Winter Solstice At Newgrange


Today is also the Wiccan and Neopagan festival celebrating the "rebirth of the sun", called Yule.

Wishing Everyone A Wonderful Winter Solstice!

Faoladh

Faoladh, a.k.a. Conroicht, are a type of good werewolves found in Irish folklore and particularly associated with Ossory, Ireland.

Appearance: Faoladh appear as normal humans and then as wolves when they shape-shift.

Lore: According to some legends, Faoladh are descendants of Clan Allta of Ossory, Ireland, who have been cursed by St. Natalis. The details of the curse vary but the result of the curse is that the afflicted people transform into wolves. Sometimes this transformation is for a set period of time, such as 7 years. In some legends only one man and one woman is afflicted with the curse at any given time. Another variation involves actual physical transformation into a wolf versus the soul of the afflicted leaving their bodies and possessing a wolf. Despite the details of their affliction, Faoladh are considered to be good natured and are known to protect children and wounded adults, as well as to help people who are lost find their way home.

Powers: Faloadh are capable of human speech while in wolf form. The bite of a Faloadh does not transform a person into a werewolf.

Defense Against Faloadh: Faloadh are no threat to humans, though they do attack and eat cattle. Faloadh can be killed via normal weapons. If the human body of a Faloadh is moved when their soul is in wolf form then it is believed that the soul will not be able to locate the body and will not be able to return to it.

Faoladh

Faoladh and Ossory – Irish werewolf folklore

Another curse of Saint Naile?

Book Review: Exploring Candle Magick

The book is, Exploring Candle Magick: Candle Spells, Charms, Rituals, And Divinations by Patricia Telesco.

Exploring Candle Magick is pretty much a book geared toward Wiccans and their idea or version of candle burning magic. It is a rough basic guide. Practitioners who are already knowledgeable on candle workings will not take much from this book but may recognize several key errors or points of conflict with regard to the practices described in the book. On a positive note, the book would be good for a beginner and someone who has no knowledge or experience with working with candles. The negative aspects of the book include teachings that contradict established candle working lore, such as to reuse wax from candles used in spellwork (should not be done) and that one merely blows out the candles in between use (candles should be pinched out, to blow a candle out dissipates the energy). I personally was turned off by the book because it was dedicated solely to Wiccans and did not encompass other and older magical traditions from which Wiccans have borrowed heavily their concepts and practices of magic. The incantations, spells, and chants included in the book are infantile and borderline trite. I will end on a positive note as at least I did take away something interesting from the book, that one can use lemon water to cleanse candles. I thought that was interesting, but as far as actually adding that to my practice I would think it would cause the candles to become sticky. I may try it once though just to find out.

On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this book a 4. I would have rated the book a 5 if the author had delved into other types of candles, such as image candles and 7 day glass candles. Instead there is only a very brief mention of Adam candles and Eve candles. The book itself primarily focuses only on taper and pillar candles.

Have Yourself A Scary Little Solstice

Voodoo Secrets Revealed - Dr. Ruehl

Bigfoot Sighted In West Virginia

Terri Bessler and Crystal Krieger claimed to have seen the hairy beast while driving.

Local Residents Spot Bigfoot In West Virginia

The Mysterious Monsters (1976)

'Champ' Still Making News

The mysterious lake creature named 'Champ' still holds a fascination on the public and especially, those people who claim sightings of the beast.

Legend of Loch-Ness-like monster "Champ" endures

Family Believes Baby's Death Due To Superntural Creature Or Monster

The strange death of a newborn has the family believing a supernatural creature or monster was responsible. Bloodstains were found throughout the house, including the roof of the home.

Baby’s death shocks parents

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Frankincense May Go The Way Of The Dinosaurs

The world's source of frankincense comes mainly from Ethiopia. There the trees that produce the resin are under threat. Production of frankincense may decrease in half in as little as 15 years and by 90% in 50 years. In a nutshell the use of frankincense as an incense is likely to be limited to only the wealthiest individuals in the future. Of course the trees that produce the incense may also go extinct. This is truly sad news for conjure workers. Expect the price of frankincense to quickly soar.

In conjure work, Frankincense is a staple for blessing and purification rites, to add power to workings, and for general spiritual work. Of course frankincense is also a staple incense used in a majority of the world's religions.

Christmas Staple Frankincense 'Doomed,' Ecologists Warn

Galley-Trot

Galley-Trots, a.k.a. Gally-Trots, White Hounds, etc., are supernatural canines, similar to Hell Hounds or Phantom Black Dogs, which are believed to live underground in hollow hills or "fairy mounds".

Appearance: Galley-Trots appear as large hounds the size of bulls, having shaggy, white fur and red ears and eyes.

Lore: Galley-Trots haunt abandoned ruins and are believed to guard treasure. Anyone who trespasses on their turf may be attacked or given chase by the beasts. Additionally, Galley-Trots were believed to make appearances outside of homes where a person would soon die.

Powers: Galley-Trots are omens of death. Galley-Trots may have supernatural abilities such as to become invisible or to disappear.

Defense Against Galley-Trots: Unknown. Due to their potential connections to fairy hounds, iron objects and salt may prove effective against warding off the creatures.

Mysterious Creatures: A Guide to Cryptozoology, Volume 1 By George M. Eberhart

Giants, monsters, and dragons: an encyclopedia of folklore, legend, and myth By Carol Rose

See Also;

Cu Sith

Book Review: The Zombie Handbook

The book is, The Zombie Handbook: An Essential Guide to Zombies, And More Importantly How To Avoid Them by Dr. Robert Curran.

If all you care about is beautiful or interesting artwork then you will enjoy this book. If you demand factual information, as much as possible with regard to the subject matter, then you will be horribly disappointed in this book.

The positives about this book include the artwork and the entertaining style of writing. The negatives of the book include practically little-to-no actual research going in to writing the book, hence the book is filled with false information and outright nonsense. Ninety-nine percent of the book concerns the zombie of the Voodou religion. This would be fine if the information provided was correct. Unfortunately the information is not correct in the book. The author doesn't understand the difference between Haitian Voodou, Louisiana Voodoo, and Hoodoo. In fact the author even states that Hoodoo is the "white form of Voodoo" and that it is practiced in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas! Of course just a basic google search will reveal that Hoodoo is not Voodoo and what is practiced in the Ozark Mountains is more properly referred to as Appalachian folk magic, or "granny magic". If this isn't perplexing enough, the author then contradicts himself later on in the book and states that Hoodoo is associated with Charleston, SC and New Orleans, LA. Of course he is a lot closer with this last passage. What the author simply fails to comprehend is that zombies have absolutely nothing to do with Hoodoo. To add insult to injury the author even claims that famous Hoodoo and New Orleans Voodoo practitioners, such as The Black Constable, Dr. Buzzard, and Marie Laveau, raised zombies. I simply cannot forgive this nonsense. I was extremely disappointed by this book, especially since a previous book by the same author titled, Biblio Vampiro was so good.

On a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this book a 1. Do not spend your money on this book. If you must read it, then check your local library.

Awake Ye Scary Great Old Ones

Coast To Coast AM - December 20, 2012 - Angel & Spirit Intervention With Rosemary Ellen Guiley

Part 1


Part 2


Part 3

Old Style Conjure - December 17, 2011 - Getting Ready For The New Year

Momma Starr and Dr. Lovebug return with conjure advice on how to bring the blessings for a wonderful new year.

Old Style Conjure - December 17, 2011 - Getting Ready For The New Year

Inside San Antonio's Botanicas


Hex Education - December 7, 2011 - Contacting The Dead With Rosemary Ellen Guiley

Christian Day and Lori Bruno interview author Rosemary Ellen Guiley on mediumship and communication with the dead.

Hex Education - December 7, 2011 - Contacting The Dead With Rosemary Ellen Guiley

Proof That The Vikings Reached Oklahoma - Dr. Ruehl

RI Radio - December 20, 2011 - Apollyon Rising 2012 - Tom Horn

2012, Christian End-Time Prophecy, The Return Of The Gods, The Coming New Race Of Man, The Last Pope, etc...

Part Vampire, Part Werewolf Girl Found Incompetent To Stand Trial For Murder

Stephanie Pistey, who in a jail interview claimed she was part vampire, part werewolf, has be ruled incompetent to stand trial for the murder of a 16 year-old male.

'Vampire Girl' Ruled Incompetent to Stand Trial

See Also;

Woman Accused Of Playing Part In Murder Claims She Is Part Vampire, Part Werewolf

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Wulver

A Wulver is a gentle, werewolf-like being of Scottish folklore which is believed to live in the area of the Shetlands Islands.

Appearance: Wulvers appear as wolf-humanoids, walking upright like humans and having a wolf head. The bodies of Wulvers are covered in short fur. For an image of a Wulver, click HERE.

Lore: Wulvers are kind-hearted, gentle creatures who eat fish and have been known to help humans, especially lost people or people who are starving. For example, a Wulver may beckon to a lost person from a distance and indicate the human should follow them. The Wulver then leads the person to the edge of the nearest town. Wulver's may also place a fish on the porch of a starving family. Wulvers live in caves and are generally only sighted when they are fishing for their dinner.

Powers: Possibly stronger than humans. Wulvers cannot shape-shift like other werewolves, nor does their bite transform a person into a werewolf.

Wulvers And Hypertrichosis: My own personal theory is that Wulvers may be people with the condition of Hypertrichosis, a condition that produces excessive body hair. The condition has been nick-named, "The Werewolf Syndrome".

Defense Against Wulvers: Wulvers are no threat to humans and will only attack, hurt, or kill humans in self-defense. They are gentle, kind-hearted beings that should be treated with respect and left alone.

The Kind Scottish Wulver

The WULVER--Beastly or Benign?

The Lexi Show - Satanism

Death To The World

Strange But True - Bigfoot

Buying The Spirit

A documentary on Voodou.

The Phantom Ship Known As The Mary Celeste - Dr. Ruehl

Sightings - S4E1

Vampire Killer To Be Released

Tracey Wigginton, an Australian woman convicted of murdering a man in 1989 where it was alleged she drank his blood, will soon be released from jail.

'Lesbian vampire killer' to be freed

Monday, December 19, 2011

Your Questions Answered.....#14

As usual, all identities kept confidential and all questions are rephrased.

1.) I think it's important for you to warn people about not using products from Indio/Wisdom as their oils, such as 7 Sisters, Anna Riva, etc., and other items contain chemicals, especially Diethyl Phthalate, which is highly toxic.

Answer: Back circa 2003 an occult shop owner posted material online blasting Indio/Wisdom for adding DEP (Diethyl Phthalate) to their spiritual products. The truth is that the matter is far more complex than most people realize. In a nutshell, it's a matter of personal choice. Yes, those brands do contain DEP, but DEP is everywhere in our society. It's in plastics, cosmetics, detergents, and air fresheners, for example. Also, keep in mind that the shop owner who first brought this to the public attention also sells self-lighting incense powders that when burned produces far more harmful chemicals.

WARNING!: Just because you buy a so-called "natural" spiritual oil made with essential oils added to a base oil doesn't mean it's DEP-free. DEP is used in the manufacturing of essential oils so the essential oils added to the base oil may contain DEP.

2.) How do I make my own magic oils?

The easiest method is to purchase an inexpensive brand like 7 Sisters, Anna Riva, Indio, Selene, Vandi, etc., and then add pinches of roots, herbs, and minerals to the bottles. Another method you can use is called cold pressing. The "hot" version is to simmer roots and herbs in oil. Finally, one can add drops of essential oils to a base-oil, such as vegetable oil, almond oil, or even mineral oil. Dyes, either artificial or natural, can be used to tint the oil if so desired. Pinches of herbs, roots, and minerals can be added to the bottle as well. If you are looking for an all-purpose oil, try Blessed Olive Oil.

3.) Do you believe that alien-human hybrids are being created to be taken to colonize other worlds? I'm not quite understanding how or why aliens would want sperm and eggs from people and why people believe that they are creating hybrids. It makes no sense to me. I mean how are we supposed to protect ourselves if it's true?

Answer = No. I believe the hybrids are being created to infiltrate and take over this planet, not to colonize other worlds. In order to understand it you must first be convinced that some UFOs are indeed extraterrestrial. Once you do that then you can turn to the research of the top Alien Abduction Researchers, such as  Budd Hopkins, Dr. David Jacobs, and Dr. John E. Mack. All three agree that the aliens are taking sperm and ova and creating hybrid beings. Dr. John Mack believed that perhaps these beings would be seeded on other worlds but both Hopkins and Jacobs feel that Mack was far to optimistic and that all the evidence points to a far darker scenario. As far as what humans can do do protect themselves, don't worry about it. You can't stop it. The time of "pure human" control of the planet is nearing an end. Imagine a world where "humans", a.k.a. hybrids that look and act completely human but are actually hybrid beings, live in a Utopian, telepathic society. It will be wonderful. FYI: Dr. Jacobs is convinced they are here now, walking amongst us. I guess what I'm trying to communicate is that it's going to be an "extinction via transformation". In the future there won't be "pure humans". The only "humans" will be hybrids. So they are slowly pulling the rug out from under humanity. I guess the key word is "assimilation". No matter what they (aliens) will be in control.

4.) What's the reality of secret societies in the entertainment industry?

Answer = The reality is that the entertainment industry is jam-packed with members of secret societies. Many celebrities are quite open with their membership. Those who are not quite-so-open will usually respond by neither confirming nor denying membership. The music industry has pretty much been completely infiltrated at this point. It's connected to the agenda of influencing or managing society. Symbolism and phrasing is a big give-away that a band, performer, or celebrity is a member of a secret society.

5.) How do I tell if someone is a witch?

Answer = The easiest way is to ask them. Many witches are out of the broom closet. If you visit there home and they have an altar or occult paraphernalia then that is a big sign as well. In the past most witches wore black. Today that trend has mostly ended. This said, one could still look for jewelry such as a pentagram pendant or ring. The books they read can also give them away. If they have a lot of candles, herbs, and strange bottles of oils then these are all used in occult magic and spell work.


If you have any questions or comments, feel free to email me at:

TheDemoniacal@yahoo.com

All I Want For Solstice Is My Sanity

Popobawa

Popobawas , a.k.a. Imran, Khalid Khanzada, Zain Haiders, etc., are shape-shifting demons of the Tanzanian islands. The monsters have a infamous reputation for attacking and raping humans, especially sodomizing men while they sleep. The name 'Popobawa' means "bat wing" in the Swahili language.

Appearance: By day Popobawas are believed to appear as normal people. At night the demons can shape-shift into a number of forms. A popular form taken by Popobawas is of a bat-humanoid, complete with large, leathery, bat wings, sharp teeth and claws, and one giant eye in the center of their forehead. Popobawas also are said to possess a giant phallus. Popobawas can also take the shape of animals. For an image of a Popobawa, click HERE.

Lore: As far as origins go, a common tale is told concerning a sheik who raised a djinn and set it upon his enemies. With time the conjurer lost control of the demon and it was free to wreck havoc upon humanity.

Popobawas lie dormant for an unspecified length of time before emerging and seeking victims. Notable outbreaks occurred in 1965, 1970, 1995, 2000, and 2007. The monsters usually seek sleeping humans whom they then attack. Though they have been claimed to have raped both men and women, the Popobawas prefer male victims. To add insult to injury, PoPobawas often tell their victims to go public with how they were raped or else they will return for further sexual assaults. Perhaps one of the most ironic behaviors of the demons are their preference for people who are skeptical of their existence.

Powers: Popobawas can fly and have the ability to shape-shift into a variety of forms. Popobawas possess great physical strength. In at least one case the demon was believed to possess a human being. Popobawas can speak human languages.

Defense Against Popobawas: Popobawas have an incredibly acrid stench which may give away their presence. Additionally, would-be victims may hear the demon on the roof of the home before an attack. Reciting passages of the Koran will repel the demons. Fire may also repel the monster. Men can allegedly find additional relief from attacks by smearing their body with pig oil before going to sleep.

Sex-mad 'ghost' scares Zanzibaris

Sex attacks blamed on bat demon

The Popobawa

Coast To Coast AM - December 18, 2011 - Sirhan Sirhan, Blink 182 & Paranormal

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Part 2


Part 3


Part 4

Luciferian Ideology & Black Magick In Practice

The Portal: The Hessdalen Lights Phenomeonon

El Palo Monte

The Haunted Hotel Willow - Dr. Ruehl

Sightings - S4E2

UFO Hauled Through Small Kansas Town And Near Oklahoma Border?

Drone Or Something Else???



Transported Near Oklahoma Border:

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Harris, Rachel

In 1793, Hulda Powell, the wife of Captain Isaac Burton of Manchester, VT, became ill with consumption. Suspicion soon turned to Burton's first wife, Rachel Harris, as she had previously died from the disease. It was believed that Harris did not rest in peace and had in fact become a vampire bent on killing Hulda Powell by slowly sucking the blood or life-force from her body as she slept.

In February of the same year, relatives and friends of the family gathered to perform a macabre rite. According to some accounts, there were up to 1,000 witnesses of what transpired. The corpse of Rachel Harris was dug up, her heart, lungs, and liver were removed and then taken to a local blacksmith's forge where they were burnt to ash. This obscene rite was believed to destroy the vampire and cure Hulda Powell of her affliction.

Tracking The Man-Beasts: Sasquatch, Vampires, Zombies, And More by Joe Nickell

The encyclopedia of vampires, werewolves, and other monsters By Rosemary Guiley

The Divine Horsemen: The Living Gods Of Haiti (1985)

New World Witchery - The Audio Spellbook

Seventeen spells are given. A few of them are quite interesting. Enjoy!

Podcast 37 – The Audio Spellbook

eHarlemTV Episode 1 - Las Botanicas Feature

Truth Or Scare - Bigfoot

The Phantom Army Of Kilimanjaro - Dr. Ruehl

Sightings - S4E3 - UFOs

Krampuslauf Graz 2010

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Interview With Pan

Not too long ago I was contacted by a man who claimed to channel the Greek god Pan. Below is an interview I carried out with him. Though I cannot vouch for any of his claims, I do allow my readers to express themselves and share their stories of the paranormal.

The man in question remains anonymous but preferred to use the screenname of "pan godofthewoods". He referred to himself as such:

"I am a Druid by practice Asatru by how I live and Paleo-Pagan in my underlying belief system, or for the more esoteric version I am a Polytheistic Pantheistic Animist with underlying acceptance of Jung's theory of Religious archetypes in relation to the subconscious."

Pan godofthewoods claims to have formed a symbiotic relationship with the god Pan and claims that in exchange for an offering of a special wreath at the winter solstice, Pan grants special knowledge and wisdom to his amphora, the term Pan godofthewoods claims the god uses for him. An amphora is Greek vessel used to hold wine and other substances. In this fashion I am led to believe that Pan godofthewoods is a "vessel" for the god Pan. The interview can be found below.

1.) Pan, how did you feel about the rumors of your demise? (..The Great God Pan is dead)

Hephaestus and I got a good laugh out of that one. In order for a God to die, belief in any form whether it be Logos or Theos, must cease. There have always been poems, plays, stories, even more modern works on "mythology" that make people wonder logically whether or not my kind exist as long as there is Belief we will never die.

2.) How do you pass the time?

It truly varies. Most of the time I am either communing with nature, or what is that human term... ahh yes Chasing Tail. but far beyond that I study the long term effects human recklessness has caused on Gaia. She is none too pleased with the way things are going with you humans, why do you think she created Ebola?

3.) What was your reaction to the rise of Christianity?

I found it, and still find it, hilarious. The Man known as Yeshua had traveled to the far east to study under a prince who gave up his crown. When he returned he began to gather disciples who would follow this path of non-aggression and offer aid to those who sought it out. In the intervening 300 years between the time he was hung, not crucified by the way it was the wrong time of year, and the Council of Nicaea it became like the whisper game. His message of non-violence and peace became cast aside, then there is the built up mythology that turns him into a demi-god, who ascended to the Heavens to sit at his fathers side, and shall return at some unspecified point in the future. Don't get me started on John of Patmos and his ... unique interpretation of the drug fueled visions and the voices in his head.

4.) What is your favorite offering?

A nice offering of mead is always welcome as well as goats milk mixed with a bit of honey.

5.) Do you feel the 'old ways' will return in full force?

I believe that they will yes. As people begin to leave the bosom of Gaia they will see things that make no sense from their understanding of a monotheistic religion. Which means that they will return to the old ways, where the Gods can come down once more and commune with them and offer them real alternatives to the crap they put up with currently.

6.) What, if any , message do you have for modern people?

Change your ways or perish. You have weakened the species to the point that if you were to lose modern technology you'd be dead.

7.) Care to expand on your opinions on modern people and society in general?

Modern people are an enigma to me. You shun that which is natural and embrace that which is killing you. You have become so complacent, even with your crops, that if a single blight came about it would potentially wipe out 98% of the crops that are produced for food. I understand that you are using genetic engineering to make it happen I truly do but at the same time you are weakening the planet and your species. Modern society is so far removed from how it should be, and was for many thousands of years, that you believe you are masters of your own domain but, your domain is weakening you. As a Cultural whole, not only in "civilized" portions mind you, you have started a downward spiral towards killing off everything and you do it gleefully.You waste and waste and waste and waste and put very little back. Even in the darkest forest where huntsmen would come to catch wild game you are beginning to destroy that which has been protected for millennia.

8.) How do you feel about the loss of your wild habitat?

There luckily was a very smart man a century ago, who swore an oath to me to attempt to protect large swaths of land. he kept his promise In the United States. in return he got healed of his infirmities the he had as a Child.

9.) What form do you generally appear to people in?

It varies. I prefer my true form. Goat legged and with a phallus that I have to drag behind me. With my current Vessel I appeared to be his mentor, which I was in the truest sense of the word. I would take a physical form to work with him and to get him ready to accept me in a symbiotic relationship.

10.) Are you working to restore your worship and the worship of the old gods?

Yes. It take subtle feints and prods to get a large cow moving as the old saying used to be. So it takes time but once I am complete I believe that falsehoods that have been thrust upon society and are ingrained in children as truth, will finally fall away and create a better life for all of those who live here.

11.) If you could change one thing about history or society what would it be?

I would get rid of the automobile. It cause too much pollution and has the potential to cause cancer by just breathing the fumes. Now if the Stanley Steamer had come about as the preeminent form of transportation then I believe that society would be much better off. As it is people drive about in things that cause more pollution than a coal plant running to power the world.

12.) Do you feed on the energy of worshippers?

No I work alongside worshipers. Gaia sustains and feeds me by allowing me to enjoy the feel of Apollo's Chariot's Glare across my body and to enjoy the warm pastures in summer to the joys of a moonlit walk around the darkest of old forests that I used to call home.

13.) Do people have a patron god?

Both yes and no. Gods can choose to give patronage to a mortal, much as I chosen this vessel, but there has to be a 2 way communication between the patron and the one who is being patronized.

14.) Do you believe Gaia will rise up and destroy humanity if human beings do not change their ways?

Yes. She is already making plans to that effect. She feels humans are a lost cause.


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If you experienced a supernatural or paranormal event, have had an encounter with a mysterious monster or creature, or believe yourself to be a supernatural creature, such as a witch, vampire, werewolf, fairy, etc., and would like to share your story, email me at TheDemoniacal@yahoo.com

Doctor Cat

Doctor Cat, a.k.a. Joseph McKay, was a man who was a dentist by trade but who lived a secret second life as a Hoodooman in New Orleans in the early 1900s.

McKay ran a mail-order Hoodoo business, selling potions, powders, candles, mojo hands, and tonics for all manner of ailments. He quickly became wealthy and attracted the attention of the law. Unfortunately McKay chose not to market his products for spiritual purposes but instead guaranteed cures. Charges of defrauding clients were levelled against McKay and he and his mistress fled New Orleans. The pair were apprehended in 1914.

At trial, McKay claimed to be a 127 year-old sorcerer, though witnesses claimed he looked no older than 27 years of age. McKay was convicted and was sentenced to 2 years in a federal penitentiary. Upon his release McKay disappeared and his ultimate fate remains a mystery.

Voodoo In New Orleans by Robert Tallient

Coast To Coast AM - December 16, 2011 - Psychic Lawyer & Secrets Of Christmas

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Part 2


Part 3


Part 4


See Also;

The Three Wise men

Magi

Loublin

A Loublin is a type of werewolf that haunts graveyards or cemeteries and digs up corpses in order to feed upon them.

Tracking The Man Beasts: Sasquatch, Vampires, Zombies, And More by Joe Nickell

See Also;

Ghoul

I'm Dreaming Of A Dead City

Botanicas - March 13, 2008

The Thing: Why Don't UFOs Land In Big Cities? - Dr. Ruehl

Xtreme Mysteries - Mars And Earth Connection

Sightings - The UFO Report

Thief Ring Busted, Had Altar To Santa Muerte

A recent raid of a home that allegedly belonged to a ring of thieves has revealed an altar to Santa Muerte.

Santa Muerte shrine found at theft ring suspects' home

Friday, December 16, 2011

The Black Constable's Conjure Ring

The Black Constable's Conjure Ring was a silver ring in the shape of a serpent that was owned and worn by John Domingo, a.k.a. The Black Constable. The ring was allegedly forged along the banks of the Congo River and was said to be the source of John Domingo's power. The ring was believed to possess the power to allow Domingo to conjure and command spirits. The ring disappeared upon the death of John Domingo and it's current whereabouts remain unknown.

The Black Constable

The Black Constable, a.k.a. John Domingo, was a notorious Hoodooman and necromancer in Charleston, SC, in the 1880s. At the time Domingo was believed to be the most powerful conjurer in the state of South Carolina.

Domingo possessed a sliver ring in the form of a serpent. According to Domingo the ring had been forged along the banks of the great Congro River. The ring was believed to be the center of his power and allegedly allowed him to command the spirits.

Domingo was legendary for his curses and for his love spells. It was claimed that Domingo could make even the oldest or ugliest man a magnet for young, beautiful women. People flocked to Domingo for his mojo hands and lucky jack balls. Sailors and fishermen paid Domingo visits to purchase favorable winds, as it was believed that Domingo had power over the weather. It was even claimed that Domingo could raise the newly dead, but such talk was said only in hushed-whispers. Perhaps it was Domingo's visits to cemeteries late at night to gather graveyard dirt that inspired such tales.

Despite the origin of such rumors, in modern times the legend of Domingo raising an army of zombies to do his bidding has spread. Such legends are quite incorrect with regard to zombies but do have a kernel of truth as Domingo was a very skilled necromancer. It has been said that people were afraid to come onto his property and especially to enter his home for fear of strange, human-shaped shadows the people believed were the souls of the dead that Domingo had conjured.

People, and especially neighbors, generally feared Domingo. In fact, even the white police force left Domingo alone for fear of magical retribution. The death of the Black Constable did not ease such fears. According to legend, Domingo met his fate while attempting to dish-out magical justice to a couple of thieves. Domingo grabbed the thieves, one in each hand, and and unwisely made the sacrilegious comment that he was, paraphrased, "just like Jesus, with a thief on each side". Domingo foolishly added a blasphemy, "Accept that I am more powerful than Jesus". At that moment witnesses reported that Domingo began foaming at the mouth and that his body rose up off the ground, as if lifted by a supernatural force. Domingo began clawing at his throat as if something was strangling him. Whatever had lifted him threw him back to the ground. Domingo was dead.

Domingo's death itself did not end the strange activity. Witnesses reported that Domingo's corpse seemed to age drastically and appeared far older than Domingo looked in life. Domingo's body was taken to a local butcher shop and displayed on a counter until a doctor could arrive. It was claimed that by the time the doctor showed the corpse was nothing but a shrivelled husk.

After his death, it was alleged that Domingo's ghost was seen walking the streets of Charleston as well as haunting his former home until the house was finally demolished.

Doctor to the Dead: Grotesque Legends and Folk Tales of Old Charleston by John Bennett

Encyclopedia of the Undead by Bob Curran

ICR - Why Does Magick Work?

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Death To The World

Wicked Witch Mojo - What Is Mojo?

Botanicas In Los Angeles

The Thing: Is Our Moon An Alien Spacecraft? - Dr. Ruehl

Xtreme Mysteries - Area 51

Sightings - Ghosts

Thursday, December 15, 2011

It's The Most Horrible Time Of The Year

Adaro

Adaros are evil marine demons or spirits in the mythology of the people of the Solomon Islands.

Appearance: Adaros appear as mermaid-like beings part man, part fish, having sharp teeth and claws, fins for feet, gills near their ears, a horn growing on the monster's kneck/back, and an appendage similar to either a swordfish or sawfish growing on it's forehead.

Lore: Adaros are born from the evil portion of a human's spirit upon death. Though they are believed to live in the sun, Adaros travel to earth via rainbows and locomote via waterspouts (marine tornadoes). The king of the Adaros is believed to be named Ngorieru.

Powers: Adaros can hurl poisonous flying fish at people which can kill the victim outright or else knock them unconscious.

Defense Against Adaros: Offerings of food and a sacrifice of a flying fox (bat) thrown into the ocean will prevent attacks and awaken individuals who have been knocked unconscious by an Adaro.

Origins Of The Adaro

Dictionary of nature myths: legends of the earth, sea, and sky By Tamra Andrews

Pagan Invasion - The Unwrapping Of Christmas

A Christian documentary on how Christmas is evil. Please keep in mind that most of the information in this documentary is false and represents Christian scare-tactics.

Botanica Del Monte Commercial

The Anomalous "Face On Mars" - Dr. Ruehl

Xtreme Mysteries - Near Death Experience

Unexplained Mysteries - This Strange Planet

Woman Who Purchased Demon-Possessed Poodle Selling Books & Pendants

Olga Horvat purchased a poodle and then her life went to hell, bed bugs, illnesses, daughter hearing voices, etc. Horvat attributes such hardships to her poodle being demon-possessed. She has authored a book and sells magic pendants to prevent demonic possession.



Demon Dog: Olga Horvat Claims Her Poodle Was Possessed -- And She's Got Something To Sell You

It's Raining Apples...Hallelujah!

A shower of apples fell from the sky over Coundon, Coventry.

It's raining apples! Traffic grinds to a halt as 'mini tornado' dumps a hail of fruit

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

The Three Wise Men



The Three Wise Men, a.k.a. The Three Kings, The Magi, were a group of an unspecified number of magi, i.e. wizards, who visited the infant Jesus after seeing a star in the night sky that they believed prophesied the birth of the new king of the Jewish people. The story of the Three Wise Men is found only in the gospel of Matthew.

According to the author of Matthew (Matthew 2: 1-12), an unidentified number of wizards came to Jerusalem after witnessing a star in the night sky that they believed prophesied the birth of the new king of the Jewish people. The wizards then asked of King Herod where the new king could be found. The wizards were made aware of the prophecy that the messiah would be born in Bethlehem, so the wizards set out for Bethlehem as their destination. Unfortunately the author of the gospel of Matthew does not state that they actually arrived in Bethlehem, only that the wizards found a house and believed the new king to be residing within. The wizards entered the house and believed they found the infant king they had searched for. Gifts of gold, frankincense & Myrrh were presented to the new king and the wizards paid the infant king homage. The story concludes with the wizards leaving the infant king and travelling back home via a different route as they believed they had ominous dreams warning them of King Herod.

The Three Wise Men In Christian Mythology: In Christian Mythology the wizards that paid baby Jesus a visit in the gospel of Matthew were often claimed to be three in number and instead of wizards were said to be kings. With time these "three kings" were given names, that of Melchior, Caspar (Jasper), and Balthazar. The most common belief was that the magi saw a "new star" in the Eastern night sky which they just happened to know meant that a new king of the Jews was born. Another belief found in Christian Mythology was that these three kings accepted Jesus as the messiah. Such beliefs are false. The magi were not kings, the gospel of Matthew does not list their number, the magi did not see a "new star" but more than likely saw a planetary alignment or conjunction, and the magi did not accept Jesus as their messiah. Because the story of the wise men is only found in the gospel of Matthew and no other gospel, some scholars speculate that it never occurred and was merely a later invention, i.e. "made-up", by the author(s) of the gospel of Matthew.

The Gifts Of Gold, Frankincense & Myrrh As A Spiritual Test: Some have speculated that the gifts of the magi were actually a test administered to the infant Jesus in order to determine if he was indeed the future king of the Jews. According to this theory, whatever the infant Jesus touched first or accepted would be an omen. For example, if he touched the gold first or accepted the gold then he would be king. If he touched the frankincense first or accepted the frankincense then he would be a priest. If he touched the myrrh first or accepted the myrrh then he would be a normal mortal man as myrrh was used to fumigate dead bodies.

Matthew 2: 1-12 (KJV)

The Three Kings & the Star

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