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Satanic ceremony at Swiss opening of world’s longest railway tunnel

On June 1, 2016, 17 years after construction began, the world’s longest railway tunnel officially opened in Switzerland, with full service to begin this December.

The Gotthard Base Tunnel is a railway tunnel through the Alps in Switzerland. With a route length of 35.5 miles (57.09 km) and a total of 94.3 miles (151.84 km) of tunnels, shafts and passages, it is the world’s longest and deepest traffic tunnel and the first flat route through the Alps or any other major mountain range. With a maximum height of 1,801 ft. (549 meters) above sea level and a maximum depth of 7,500 fit (2,300 meters), it is also the deepest railway tunnel in the world, comparable to that of the deepest mines on Earth. Without ventilation, the temperature inside the mountain reaches 115 °F (46 °C).

To celebrate the tunnel’s opening, guests of honor from Switzerland and abroad (see pic below) were invited to a bizarre opening ceremony replete with disturbing images and demonic symbols.

Gotthard Base Tunnel opening audience

The ceremony began with a horse-drawn carriage, followed by an army of expressionless, zombie-like people dressed in orange jumpsuits, stomping in unison.

Gotthard zombiesSuddenly, the zombies thrust out their arms and fling their heads and hair, then take wide steps in a zig-zag pattern, ending with the zombies running away.

Next came a flat-bed truck carrying young men and women in only their underwear, bending and contorting. More head- and hair-flinging.

Gotthard Base Tunnel openingThen, as five orange-jumpsuited men writhe below, an unholy masked and winged humanoid is lowered from above, naked except for a pair of underwear.

Gotthard Base Tunnel openingThen came another flatbed truck carrying faceless, formless creatures in long robes, with long nylon wigs covering their heads and faces.

They jump off the truck to the ground, crouch, and roll on the floor, while a man dressed and hooded in black is lowered from the ceiling.

Gotthard Tunnel opening hairy creaturesThe black hooded figure mixes with a parade of assorted people carrying goat skulls, as well as a man dressed in a goat suit and head.

Gotthard Tunnel opening parade of goat headsGotthard Tunnel goatThe ceremony ends with a bespectacled man carrying a pair of cow bells. He briefly yodels, then leaves.

Gotthard Tunnel yodeler
Watch the video of the opening ceremony for yourself:

As Geoffrey Grider of Now The End Begins observed:

And all this at a high-level corporate event! This was not some bohemian art show on a street corner, this was produced and put on by the billionaire, global, ruling elite.

And they are sending you a message….

So why on earth would the builders of the world’s largest and deepest tunnel want you to associate it with death, zombies and the Devil? Because the forces that inhabit that God-forsaken underworld are preparing to come up top to the surface [….]

We are watching an unsaved world preparing itself to go through the time of the Great Tribulation where the supernatural will once again be visibly and physically evident. Everywhere you look, the unsaved are becoming more and more obsessed with satanism, the occult, zombies and darkness.

H/t FOTM’s CSM, cs, MomOfIV, and Big Lug.

See also:

Update (June 8 2016):

Vigilant Citizen says the invited dignitaries included German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President François Hollande, and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. The ceremony described above was followed by another ritual outdoors, where performers bowed before goat-man, watched over by an all-seeing eye.


Gay pastor who sued Whole Foods admits he lied about gay slur

KVUE reports, May 16, 2016, that openly gay pastor Jordan Brown has withdrawn his lawsuit against Whole Foods for intentional infliction of emotional distress by selling him a cake with a homophobic slur, and now says the company “did nothing wrong.”

Brown had made the initial allegations more than three weeks ago in April, claiming that he had ordered from Whole Foods a cake with the phrase “Love Wins” on it, but instead got a cake with that phrase and the word “Fag” on it.

Jordan Brown and his fake cakeIn a statement this morning admitting that he was “wrong to pursue this matter and use the media to perpetuate this story,” Brown said: “I want to apologize to Whole Foods and its team members for questioning the company’s commitment to its values, and especially the baker associate who I understand was put in a terrible position because of my actions. I apologize to the LGBT community for diverting attention from real issues. I also want to apologize to my partner, my family, my church family, and my attorney.”

Brown was represented in the initial lawsuit by Austin Kaplan. In a news conference announcing his lawsuit, Brown said while holding back tears, “For me, it was humiliating.”

Jordan Brown sues Whole Foods for gay slur on cakeThe next day, Whole Foods fired back with a countersuit for defamation, saying it’s standing by its employees. The company also released surveillance video pointing to Brown’s tampering with the cake.

Austin Attorney Brad Bonilla of  Bonilla Law Firm remarked that “A counter suit this quick is very, very rare. And I think the message with filing a counter suit that quick suggests that Whole Foods is vigorously intending to fight this and that they really believe this suit is without merit and baseless.”

Whole Foods also filed sanctions against Brown’s attorney Austin Kaplan, which would require him to pay all costs associated with the lawsuits. Bonilla explained, “An attorney has an ethical duty to ensure that they have a reasonable belief that this claim is not frivolous. And so the attorney would have to do some type of investigation to ensure that this is a viable case to present.”

Whole Foods has now dropped their counter suit after “the truth has come to light,” according to a statement from the company.

Too bad. I think Whole Foods should sue the pants off Jordan Brown [no pun intended].

Jordan Brown is the founder and leading pastor of the Church of Open Doors that meets on Sundays in a meeting room of an apartment complex in East Austin, Texas. The Church, with the slogan “We’ve taken tradition and religious doctrine and thrown them out the window,” claims to be non-denomination Christian.


Never investigating Obama, Washington Post unleashes army of 20 to probe ‘every facet’ of Trump’s life

The hypocrisy is thick.

Like others of the MSM, the Washington Post never bothered to investigate then-presidential candidate Barack Hussein Obama, Democrat.

Obama-MediaBut the paper is deploying a battalion of reporters, including associate editor Bob Woodward of Watergate fame, with the marching order to investigate “every facet” of presumptive Republican prez candidate Donald Trump’s life.

Paul Bedard reports for the Washington Examiner that yesterday, May 11, 2016, Woodward told a convention of the National Association of Realtors in Washington, D.C., that, urged on by new owner Jeff Bezos, WaPo has assigned 20 staffers to investigate Trump. In addition the paper plans a book.

Jeff Bezos is the founder and CEO of

Jeff Bezos & Bob WoodwardWoodward said, “There’s a lot we don’t know. We have 20 people working on Trump, we’re going to do a book, we’re doing articles about every phase of his life.”

The paper has already begun its anal examination of Trump with several Trump stories yesterday, including a deep dig into his sex talk on radio host Howard Stern’s show. Woodward, who has interviewed Trump, said that he has begun looking into Trump’s New York real estate deals: “The New York real estate world is more complex than the CIA.”

Woodward said that Bezos has urged WaPo to run as many stories on Trump and the other candidates so that voters can’t say they didn’t know about the eventual president: “He [Bezos] said, ‘Look the job at the Washington Post has to be tell us everything about who the eventual nominee will be in both parties, 15 part, 16 part series, 20 part series, we want to look at every part of their lives and we’re never going get the whole story of course but we can get the best attainable.”

And yet, in 2008 and 2012, the Washington Post failed to “tell us everything about” Barack Obama. Nor will the paper “tell us everything about” presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Showing his blatant partisanship and a grievous lack of the objectivity that is supposed to inform journalists, Woodward dismissed suggestions that Hillary Clinton, while she as secretary of state, had used a personal email server to distribute classified information. He told the convention of realtors: “I don’t think anyone feels that there was intent on her part to distribute classified information in a way that was illegal or jeopardized security.”

Hey, Woodward! You must be one of those professionals being paid from that secret $1 million fund to troll for Hillary ’cause even a lowly no-name blog called Fellowship of the Minds knows Hillary’s emails contained classified info. We even managed to write and publish SIX posts on this, and at no pay! See:

  1. Shocker, not: Hillary’s emails contained America’s top secrets
  2. More than 15 per cent of the Hillary Clinton’s emails released on Saturday were deemed ‘confidential’ while three were labeled ‘secret’
  3. Bombshell: Hillary’s unsecured emails contained names of CIA spies
  4. Shocker, not: Hillary’s emails contained America’s top secrets
  5. Shocker, not: Hillary’s team copied intel off top-secret server to email
  6. Whatdoyaknow: Hillary’s server emails were actually ‘top secret,’ intelligence review finds

MSM (by Anthony Freda in his for-subscribers-only Wayne Madsen Report, independent investigative reporter Wayne Madsen has a message for Bob Woodward:

Woodward may want to steer clear of digging up personal dirt on Trump. WMR, in doing some digging on Woodward, discovered that “Mr. Anti-Conspiracy Theory” has a brother back in suburban Chicago. Our Chicago source, who knows the Woodward family, has told us that Woodward’s brother firmly believes that extraterrestrial creatures are real. Not only are they real but they walk among us disguised as humans! Perhaps Woodward and Hillary Clinton, who has just vowed to make public the government’s secret files on “unexplained aerial phenomena,” which she prefers over UFOs (unidentified flying objects), can hold a joint news conference on the identities of the aliens in our midst who masquerade as humans.

Perhaps when Woodward was interviewing a comatose CIA director William Casey during the height of the Iran-contra scandal, aliens were channeling Mr. Casey’s thoughts directly to Woodward. Now, about those “conspiracy theories” again, Mr. Woodward?


Is this the infamous reptilian eye?

David Icke, 64, is a British writer and public speaker who is famous for his woowoo conspiracy theory that a secret group of reptilian humanoids called the Babylonian Brotherhood controls humanity. Descendants of reptilians from the constellation Draco, a race of gods known as the Anunnaki in the Babylonian creation myth, Enûma Eliš, they live in tunnels and caverns inside the earth, walk on two legs and can shapeshift from reptilian to human form.

Icke maintains that the reptilian Anunnaki have crossbred with human beings, the breeding lines chosen for political reasons. There have been three successive reptilian-human hybrids, the third of which controls the world today and includes such prominent figures as Queen Elizabeth II, George H.W. and George W. Bush. It is said that the hybrids sometimes give themselves away when their eyes momentarily reveal their true reptilian, non-human nature.

Just because someone, in this case Icke, says something is true, doesn’t mean it is. There is ZERO archaelogical or biological evidence of a race of reptilian-human hybrids. Having said that, a poster on The Vigilant Citizen Forums named Vixy, discovered something quite spooky in a documentary made by Stephen Fry, 58, an openly-homosexual English actor who portrayed the corrupt master of Laketown in parts 2 and 3 of Sir Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit trilogy.

Fry’s father is English, a physicist; his mother is Jewish, but Fry was not raised in a religious family. Fry has attempted suicide on a number of occasions, most recently in 2012. An atheist and “humanist,” he is against organized religions, especially the Catholic Church. In 2015, Fry married a stand-up comedian named Elliott Spencer.

In 2006, Fry made an Emmy Award-winning documentary on manic-depression; he claims to be bi-polar. Beginning at the 49:55 mark, the camera comes in for a close-up of Fry’s face. Watch his left eye.

At the 50:06 mark, he closes, then opens both eyes. Look at his left eye at the 50:07 mark!

Here’s a screenshot at the 50:07 mark. What human eye has an inverted- triangle pupil and sickly chartreuse iris?

Stephen Fry's reptilian left eyeFry then quickly blinks his left eye, as if something was caught in his eye and he’s trying to blink it away. The eye then returns to its former grey-blue color and round pupil.

Icky! (no pun intended)


Satanism as a new political movement in America

Did you know that when Barack Obama began his presidency with his mother-in-law (Mooch’s mom) inviting a voodoo priestess to perform a Santeria ceremony in the White House? (See “Under Obama, demons have entered the White House“)

It is therefore not surprising that since 2008, self-described Satanists increasingly became active in America — holding Black Mass in public places, making invocations at city council meetings, setting up satanic (Christmas) holiday displays at city halls, and erecting a statue to Satan in Detroit. See:

The organization behind many of the Satanic activities is the New York-based Satanic Temple that first showed up on our political radar in 2013 when, in the name of “religious parity,” the satanists demanded their “right” to erect a 7-foot tall monument to Satan next to one of the Ten Commandments outside the Oklahoma State Capitol building. (Satanic Temple’s project eventually fell through when a man drove his car into and shattered the Ten Commandments monument.)

Satanic Temple's proposed statue outside Oklahoma State Capitol building

Satanic Temple’s proposed statue outside Oklahoma State Capitol building

In an article for The Conversation, April 19, 2016, Joseph P. Laycock, an assistant professor of Religious Studies at Texas State University, points out that The Satanic Temple (TST) is more than a religion, it is a burgeoning political movement that is bent on and is effecting political change.

Laycock notes that a horror film, “The Witch,” has become “one of the surprise hits of 2016” in part because of an endorsement from The Satanic Temple (TST), which is collaborating with the movie’s A24 studios on a promotional four-city tour called The Sabbat Cycle, in which screenings of the movie are followed by politically driven satanic rituals. The stated goal of The Sabbat Cycle is to inspire a “satanic revolution.”

Promotional poster for "The Witch"

Promotional poster for “The Witch”

The Sabbat Cycle is part of the Satanic Temple’s PR model since its inception 2013, in which the shocking and the frightening are used to lure media attention to their cause, which the Temple claims is the “separation of church and state.” But the Temple has no objections to non-Christian religions, certainly not to Islam or Judaism, but focuses its attacks on Christianity. That tells us that its cause isn’t really the separation of church and state, but rather the undermining of Christianity and Christian culture — all in the name of the First Amendment and religious pluralism. As Laycock puts it:

Since its founding, TST has waged a highly active campaign to demand greater separation between church and state, and to challenge the privileged relationship Christianity has with government.

TST first made headlines in 2013, when it held a rally in Florida, ostensibly to congratulate Governor Rick Scott for passing a bill, Senate Bill 98, that would allow students to read “inspirational messages of their choosing” at assemblies and sporting events, which the Temple twisted to include satanic messages. And so the rally featured a sign declaring, “Hail Satan! Hail Rick Scott!”

Satanic Temple spokesman Lucien Greaves at a Satanic Temple rally on Jan. 25, 2013, on the Capitol Steps of Tallahassee in support of Florida Governor Rick Scott’s Senate Bill 98.

Satanic Temple spokesman Lucien Greaves at a Satanic Temple rally on Jan. 25, 2013, on the Capitol Steps of Tallahassee in support of Florida Governor Rick Scott’s Senate Bill 98.

Today, Satanic Temple has 17 chapters in the United States and Europe and claims an estimated 100,000 members – a figure based on the purchase of membership cards and various forms of online support.

Invoking the 1993 Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), Satanic Temple chapters across the U.S. have launched campaigns demanding the same religious rights and privileges afforded to Christianity, including:

Satanic Temple at Michigan State Capitol, Dec. 2015

The Satanic Temple performs a satanic ritual at the Michigan State Capitol in December 2015. The Satanic Temple/Facebook

Laycock attended a Sabbat Cycle screening of “The Witch” in Austin, Texas. He writes:

Following the screening, everyone migrated to a bar and music venue called The Sidewinder, where TST held their ritual. Members from the Detroit and San Antonio chapters began setting up and handing out satanic American flags painted in only black and white. I mingled with a small crowd of Satanic sympathizers and the curious. Leather jackets, tattoos and pentagrams were in abundance. […]

During the ritual, a speaker played an excerpt from a speech by Baptist pastor Dr. Jeff Owens, in which Owens warned his congregation, “Satan does not want you to do what he wants you to do. Satan wants you to do what you want to do.” (Other eyewitness accounts of the ritual can be found here and here.) Owens had been warning that Satan uses people’s pride and selfish desires against them, but the ritual imposed its own interpretation onto his message: To TST, Satan represents moral autonomy and personal responsibility.

[Satanic Temple spokeswoman Jex] Blackmore eventually appeared from beneath a hood and took to a podium to deliver what can only be described as a “satanic jeremiad.” She warned that Christian theocrats were taking over America and that those present – atheists, satanists, fans of heavy metal and punk music – were allowing it to happen: “There’s too much apathy and not enough resistance!”

She told the audience, “We do not seek followers, but collaborators.”

Afterward I spoke with some young people from the crowd. One explained that he was attracted to Satanism because “It’s about knowledge,” not dogma. […]

As the event wound down, I was able to interview Blackmore. Like [Karl] Marx, Blackmore saw her revolution as inevitable: the Christian Right would naturally drive people to rebel against it.

She told me that […]  TST wants to challenge the popular belief that America is a “Christian nation.” […]

In many ways, TST is the heir to the “New Left” of the 1960s and such figures as Abbie Hoffman and Allen Ginsberg. […] it is […] unclear what effect TST might have on America’s political center of gravity.

Nonetheless, millennials now outnumber baby boomers. They’re a more diverse generation than their predecessors, and major changes to the political landscape seem inevitable.

Satanic Temple spokeswoman Jex Backmore

Satanic Temple spokeswoman Jex Backmore

See also “Satanists endorse Bernie Sanders for President“.


5 disturbing things about Apple Inc.

Did you know that the retail price of the first Apple computer was $666.66?

Price of first Apple computer $666

Reporting for the UK’s Independent on October 22, 2014, James Vincent wrote:

The Apple-1 […] is one of fifty hand-assembled by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in [Steve] Jobs’ family garage in 1976. It was the first pre-assembled computer ever made (they usually came as kits) and is credited by many tech historians as kick-starting the PC revolution. […]

The original Apple-1 computers were sold to San Francisco electronics retailer Byte Shop and were put on sale for $666.66 apiece. Wozniak reportedly chose the price for two reasons: it was a mark-up of a third on the parts’ cost and because he “liked repeating digits”.

But the “repeating digits” that Wozniak favored just happened to be the digits of 666, the Mark of the Beast. What a coincidence! /sarc

There are more things that should disturb us about Apple, in addition to the price of the first Apple computer. The video below points to the following:

  1. Apple’s logo is an apple with a bite taken out of it, which is suggestive of the forbidden fruit in that first garden — the apple that Eve and Adam bit, in direct disobedience against God’s explicit command.
  2. The $666.66 price of the first Apple computer.
  3. Is the “i” of Apple’s iPod, iPhone and iPad a homonym for the single-eye Illuminati symbol?
  4. An Apple store was built in the shape of a pyramid — another Illuminati symbol. (There is an Apple retail store under the glass pyramid that dominates Napoleon’s courtyard at the grand entrance of the Louvre Museum in France.)
  5. Another Apple symbol is the cube, which signifies the Illuminati’s Saturn worship.

The rest of the video makes a case for Apple — and information technology — being used as tools to familiarize and brainwash us in transhumanism.

What do you think?

See also “Hollywood conditioning the masses for soulless transhumans“.


Glenn Beck goes homoerotic weird about Ted Cruz

Note: This is NOT an April’s Fool joke post.

TV/radio talker Glenn Beck, a Mormon, is getting stranger by the day.

First, he goes all bromance about Ted Cruz, calling the latter the fulfillment of a Mormon prophecy about the end days, who would ride in on a white horse to rescue the tattered U.S. Constitution.

Then Beck threatened evangelical Christians that if they don’t vote for Cruz in the GOP primary elections, they aren’t listening to “their God”.

Now, Beck has taken his infatuation with Cruz one step further with weird homoerotic allusions.

Ted Cruz (l) & Glenn Beck (r)

Ted Cruz (l) & Glenn Beck (r)

Jayce Wagner reports for Inquisitr that on Glenn Beck’s show Monday morning, March 28, 2016, Beck made a strange, off-color joke about how he and his crew had all been “raped by Ted Cruz,” referring to the latter’s “Cuban fire”.

Beck said: “I have to tell you, it’s been a hard Monday morning. We’ve all been raped by Ted Cruz.

One of his co-hosts chimed in, “You can’t rape the willing, and we were all willing.

Then Beck launched into a soliloquy about his relationship with Ted Cruz and how much Beck and his co-hosts adore Cruz. Beck described how Cruz had romanced him and “backed [Beck] into a bathroom stall” just after an interview discussing the U.S. Constitution, which, according to Beck, left him “needing a cigarette.”

Beck said: “When he [Cruz] said to me, he said ‘Glenn, we need a more perfect union,’ I thought he was talking to me about the Constitution but then he looked at me with those strong brown eyes, oh my gosh he backed me into a bathroom stall.

The rape joke came at the top of Glenn Beck’s Monday morning show on the Blaze. A bit later, Beck dismissed the rumors of Cruz’s extramarital affairs by saying, not that Cruz has too much moral integrity to cheat on his wife, but that Cruz simply isn’t man enough (“not having enough game”) to have five mistresses.

Urban Dictionary defines “having game” as “When someone (preferably a guy) is able to pull off anyone they desire . . . by saying either the sweetest thing or act in a polite manner.” Blogger Cameron defines “having game” as an alpha-male who “is pretty good at attracting women to himself” by being “confident” (“having big balls”), having an “intuitive understanding of social dynamics,” and making themselves interesting “through humor, great storytelling, or intriguing conversations”.

Real Clear Politics reports that Glenn Beck’s co-host Stu Burguiere expressed his own doubts whether or not Ted Cruz was charismatic or attractive enough to “run game” on five women at once. Burguiere said that Cruz “got lucky” with Heidi Cruz and would have a hard time winning over anyone else: “If Ted Cruz made it his life’s goal to have five affairs, he wouldn’t be capable of it. Cruz like, lucked out once with Heidi Cruz.”

Glenn Beck agreed, laughingly saying that having met Ted Cruz is enough to know that he’s not capable of pulling off an affair — let alone five affairs with five different women. Beck said his [Beck’s] wife had laughed about the National Enquirer article on Cruz’s five mistresses because, as Beck put it, “she’s been around him.” Beck said:

“I don’t mean to hurt Ted’s feelings at all, but when I told my wife, have you seen the Enquirer, she just laughed, she’s been around him. We’re surprised he had enough game for Heidi….

If somebody had said Ted [Cruz] had one affair and it happened six years ago, I would say I don’t think so but maybe? I mean everyone makes mistakes. But I’m having this really hard time with this five women that he’s backing into bathroom and broom closets at campaign rallies.”

In other words, Glenn Beck thinks Ted Cruz is too much of a dweeb to have wrangled five women into extramarital affairs. But Cruz is the fulfillment of Mormons’ end-days prophecy! Too funny.

For his part, Ted Cruz has also made homoerotic allusions — about Donald Trump. In his statement about the National Enquirer story of his five alleged mistresses, instead of denying he’s had extramarital relations, Cruz instead denied having sexual relations with Donald Trump. (See  “Ted Cruz: ‘I have no desire to copulate with Trump’.”