Wednesday, March 13, 2019

"Wag the dog" (Fake News) diversions from what is really going on

Gloria Reiser, AKA "Hoodoo Witch", made the same comment under the previous two posts at this blog. Below her comment are Brenda's and my reply comments. few comments: When I referenced "wag the Dog," in a comment above, I should have capitalized those words and clearly indicated that I was referencing the movie "Wag the Dog," released in 1997. I will attempt to post a hyper link to information about the movie and why it is still relevant today. That said, the story line of "Wag the Dog" was about creating (what today would be called) Fake News to divert attention FROM a sex scandal to something else. That's rather backackwards from today, when often sex scandals are utilized to divert attention from some other thing the public may take issue with IF they were paying attention to what might be taking place behind the scenes.

Here's the link. Hope it works.

I'm sorry if anyone reading my words considers me vexatious. It's not my intention, nor anything I've ever been known for. I am, however, recognized as one who speaks truth as she sees it. This particular blog post reveals how easy divide and conquer works. That's my opinion, for what it is or isn't worth.

Kudos to Brenda on being an empath and psychic. I believe we all are to one degree or another. Some of us avail ourselves of these senses and skills, others discount them in self, or others; some touting their own, while besmirching others; some others claiming such senses and skills do not exist and that those who claim so are irrational, delusional, or lying. This type of thing is why readers of another blog are hesitant to come out of the closet and share their own experiences. What if Brenda or someone like her diagnoses them as "fucked up"?!? Not everyone is as thick skinned as you and I.

My reputation as a professional in this field stands for itself, and has done so since 1983.

Regarding Brenda's diagnosis of the state of my left brain, I will refrain from comment. But again, this is what the owners (whom we know well) of another blog are attempting to prevent, while seeking to assure those who may venture out to post that it is safe to do so and that personal attacks will not be tolerated. 
  1. Brenda reported an anomalous experience she had with you, which is totally in keeping with your deep interest in anomalous experiences.

    Here's what Brenda submitted after reading your comment:

    "When I was reading your comment on what I said about your brain being fucked up on the left side is exactly what I was feeling. And when I read your comment about what you thought about me. I was getting my oxygen suck out of my lungs. And I felt evil in my head. I was picking that up off of you. I wish you could be like me Gloria. And walk in my shoes and feel everything from everybody and had to live like do then you would know what my life is like. I hope you get to exsexperie it for yourself."
  2. My apologies to President Trump for not having included in his make America great again achievements, the conservative-right Christian men he appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court.

    It has always looked to me that you voted for Trump because you and a Russian woman have the same grandchildren and you were worried that Hillary Clinton would be more likely to cause more trouble between America and Russia, or start a war, than would Trump, and your Russian in-law then would not be able to come to America to visit you and her grandchildren. I have viewed your arguments for your voting for Trump as wag-the-dog diversions.

    The other website is a safe platform where people can share, anonymously or using their real names, their life-changing anomalous experiences. There is plenty there they can read to get a take on me and some of my own anomalous experiences. There is much less there about you.

    This fool's errand website challenges the status quo in any form it takes. This website is not for the faint of heart.


Gloria Reiser said...

I rest my case. My comments stand on their own merit for others to agree with or not. I will not engage the spurious sort of accusations being tossed around here. There's no point in it

Sloan said...

Brenda's comments were no more spurious than someone punched in the left temple telling the puncher how badly it hurt and may the puncher experience same.

I emailed your latest comment to Brenda and asked her to let me know what, if anything, she experienced when she read it. She emailed back to me:

"I felt sick at my stumic"

Brenda didn't get much schooling when she was a kid, and her spelling is English mixed with phonetics.

A friend called today and said he was told in a dream by Archangel Raphael to tell Brenda that her life is very difficult, but she is really loved by angels and her spirit is beautiful brilliant blue and purple.

Sloan said...

On your President Trump's front, since you suggested in a recent comment that he might be a Jinn/Djinn, here are couple of things I found online about that online:

Jinns (Djinns).

Jinn - Wikipedia
Jinn (Arabic: الجن‎, al-jinn), also Romanized as djinn or Anglicized as genies (with the more broad meaning of spirits or demons, depending on source), are supernatural creatures in early pre-Islamic Arabian and later Islamic mythology and theology.

(in Arabian and Muslim mythology) an intelligent spirit of lower rank than the angels, able to appear in human and animal forms and to possess humans.
"the rebellious jinn lead men astray"

The torture and murder of the Saudi Arabian journalist brought to light Trump's past beholdeness to the Saudi Prince accused of ordering the hit on the journalist. I thought during Trump's 2016 campaign that he was possessed by a demonic entity. I still think that. And, a great deal of what he says off the cuff, and tweets, is actually that entity speaking.

Adolph Hitler was possessed by a demonic entity, which enhanced Hitler and that was why he was able to take over an entire country.

Without the ability of someone like Jesus in the Gospels, there is nothing that can be done to rid someone of a demon, unless that someone becomes aware of being possessed and is desperate to be cured of it.

Sloan said...

Much has been written about demonic possession. The books the angels brought to my attention were HOSTAGE TO THE DEVIL, by the Jesuit Exorcist Priest Malachi Martin, and THE SPEAR OF DESTINY, by the Grail Knight Trevor Ravenscroft. Martin's book had six chilling exorcisms. Ravenscroft's book centered around the possession and ascension of Adolph Hitler and his top aides. Both books got my undivided attention, and the same happened to a few people I told about the books, who then read them.

You speak often of the "deep state" that actually controls America, and that Trump's role is to interfere with those puppet masters.

From Wikipedia:

"In the United States, the term "deep state" is used in political messaging to describe the theory[1][2][3] that there is "a hybrid association of elements of government and parts of top-level finance and industry that is effectively able to govern the United States without reference to the consent of the governed as expressed through the formal political process".[4][5]
The term was originally coined in a somewhat pejorative sense to refer to similar relatively invisible state apparatus in Turkey"composed of high-level elements within the intelligence services, military, security, judiciary, and organized crime" and similar networks in other countries including Egypt, Ukraine, Spain, Colombia, Italy, and Israel, and many others.[5] With respect to the United States, the concept has been discussed in numerous published works by Marc Ambinder, David W. Brown, Jerome Corsi, Peter Dale Scott, Mike Lofgren, Kevin Shipp [sv], Michael Tomasky and Michael Wolff.[citation needed] Allegedly, the Deep State has been in place since 1871 and continues beneath the federal government, controlling and frequently reshaping policies. Reportedly, the entity, called the U.S. civil service, was created to limit the power of the president. Prior to 1871, the president could select federal employees, all of whom served at the pleasure of the president. This is no longer true.[6]

While definitions vary, the term gained popularity among various groups, primarily supporters of Donald Trump, during the 2016 U.S. presidential election, in opposition to establishment Republican and Democratic candidates. Following Trump's inauguration, the term was widely adopted among Republicans alleging that there exists a deep-state conspiracy to delegitimize the presidency and thwart its policy goals.[7]

In fact, the so-called 'deep state" itself is a puppet, and the puppeteer is demonic entities.

Sloan said...

Malachi Martin said in HOSTAGE TO THE DEVIL that the Roman Catholic Church was possessed by Lucifer at very high levels. If that is true, and I think it is, how is that organization rid of Lucifer? Only by and Act of God? Likewise, if America is similarly possessed by Lucifer, how is America cured of that? By an Act of God? What would such a thing look like? Looks to me that Jesus came to attempt to exorcise humanity. How did that turn out, so far? Look just at America, which is predominantly a Christian nation, now led by a jinn pulling President Trump's strings. A jinn had Hillary Clinton, too. A jinn has the Republican and Democratic Parties, as well. America is a jinn nation. Unawares. America fears Islamic terrorists. America should fear Islam's jinns much more.

Well, that's somewhat a metaphor. I think it's worse than jinn's. I think it's Lucifer that has a hold of America, starting at the very top and working down from there in the American government, American businesses, American churches, etc. And absent an Act of God, I think it's going to get worse.

Meanwhile, I am reminded of the 5th case in Malachi Martin's HOSTAGE TO THE DEVIL. A man delved into various arcane, esoteric, occult books and practices, including Egyptian, and unwittingly got possessed by a demon and had to be exorcised. The risk of being taken over unawares by delving into such matters is very real. As is it really easy for naive Christians to get possessed unawares. As is it really easy for naive New Agers to get possessed.

I don't know what else to say at this point, other than I hope the angels will speak to Americans directly, because I doubt there is any chance they will accept what I, or anyone else, says about such matters.

Sloan said...

I have known a few people, including myself, to whom God, or angels more likely, spoke of such matters and our own personal predicaments, which got our undivided attention, permanently.