In the first half, Robert Stanley, the editor of UNICUS magazine, discussed his latest work on the Luciferian agenda and its history. He revealed that he had a face-to-face encounter with an entity he thought was God back in 1985, and continued to communicate with him until 2014, when he realized the entity had misled him, and was actually Lucifer. Before Lucifer went insane (he inadvertently infected himself with mental parasites that he created such as demons, archons, and jinn) Lucifer was a builder of worlds, and came from a royal family in the Orion constellation, Stanley continued. Lucifer could also be considered to be the god known as Enki, whom Zecharia Sitchin wrote about from his studies of Sumerian mythology, he added.
Stanley said he was shown that some time in the future, there will be a wave of energy that washes over the Earth, causing our DNA to be fully activated, and humanity will be able to make clearer choices, and free itself from Luciferian influence. He cited the hexagonal cube shape on Saturn as being a portal to another dimension, created by Lucifer, who also brought a false universe into being-- the matrix in which we currently exist. Further, Stanley cautioned about the dangers of technological advancements, particularly AI, as being part of Lucifer's agenda. For more, visit Stanley's page, Technocide.
In the latter half, Theresa Argie and Cathi Weber, known as the Haunted Housewives, spoke about an array of haunted topics including paranormal historic preservation, true crime hauntings, and strange supernatural legends. They also reported on their participation in the recent National Ghost Hunting Day, in which teams from around the world all used similar investigative techniques on the same day. Weber talked about some of the darker sides to paranormal investigations, in which communicating spirits can be deceptive, and even follow a person home. This happened to her after one of their visits to the Mansfield Reformatory in Ohio, when the ghost of a deceased prisoner attached itself to her, and acted as a negative influence for some time, Weber recalled.
Argie detailed their mission for historic preservation of haunted locations. Some of these haunted places, such as poor houses, asylums, and old hospitals, have tragic back stories of forgotten people that she and Weber seek to bring to light. They are also look at ghost accounts from locations where crimes and murder mysteries took place such as the Greenbrier Ghost case in West Virginia. In the 1890s, in Greenbrier County, a young woman was murdered, and her spirit visited her mother, pointing the finger at her husband, who was subsequently convicted of his wife's murder. Weber shared some of the urban mysteries they've investigated such as the Melon Heads, tales of strange beings with bulbous heads that chase people in wooded areas in Ohio.
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