Lifelong practitioner of the occult, Winter Laake discussed the history of Satanism, the ritual use of Black Magic, and why Satanism is gaining in popularity. Satan "wants to awaken mankind to its true inherent nature," which could be considered a kind of evil, a power that is lacking in mankind, and without which he will fall into stagnation, he explained. The idea of "good" has been malformed and bastardized by a series of biblicists, he continued.
Laake, who is also a psychic, said he's been involved in helping law enforcement with missing person cases, but is sometimes considered suspicious because of his belief in Satanism. He clarified that he is not interested in harming others, unless they have crossed his path. In which case, he described using "remote influencing," such as sending out negative scenarios to a person while they are sleeping (that is when they are most vulnerable), or using "sympathetic" Black Magic, such as obtaining some of a target's hair, and then conjuring up a ritual, utilizing certain symbols and dates, to cause an ill fate to occur. Laake does not espouse to the idea of karma or the "Law of 3," and as such is not concerned about retribution for these type of actions.
He discussed Christian broadcaster Harold Camping's campaign citing May 21, 2011 as Judgment Day or Rapture, and revealed that he is part of an effort to avert this outcome via ritual or Black Magic techniques. Laake also talked about his vision for the year 2050, when mankind achieves a "Satanic singularity" with machines-- they will have merged with us and death will be redefined, he said.
Jesse James & Buried Treasure
First hour guest, researcher Ron Pastore discussed mysteries concerning Jesse James and buried treasure. James, an outlaw who was said to rob only the wealthy, faked his death (related photo), and lived to age 88, he contended. As a member of the Knights of the Golden Circle (KGC), James and Civil War Confederates were suspected of burying loot (possibly in values up to $1 trillion) in hidden caves, which Pastore has conducted searches for.