Spirit boards often figure in satanic mind control. They involve an interest in the occult, and participants ask questions, and possibly directions, from spirits. The spirit world serves as cover to explain arranged meetings, déjà vu, premonitions, and voice-to-skull whispers, which are all simply products of mind control.
The ouija board works only because of directions sent to cybernetic implants through microwaves. Our abusers see through our eyes, and they move our hands, so we spell out words. Doing so, they use the technology described below.
The board’s action seems inexplicable. Someone always says, “You’re cheating. You’re pushing it.” But no one is. Some may naively believe that spirits move the planchette, but, for years, I believed, equally naively, our unconscious minds did the work.
That seems ridiculous to me now, as what once seemed a parlor game becomes sinister in my sight. What makes most sense? That spirits move the board, that it is the unconscious mind, or that CIA, which is full of satanists, is using patented technology as part of an existing mind control program?
Aleister Crowley, the satanist who sired Barbara Bush, the wife of a CIA director, in an obscene sexual ceremony, used spirit boards.
Likewise, Stephen King had a ouija board figure large in The Stand.
CIA promotes King’s books, including It, with respect to clown scares, where people see evil clowns in odd places.
CIA promoted Rage with respect to school shootings, although King pulled it from the market.
That one’s part of GLADIO C, through which they arrange and fake school shootings, splashing them over the newspapers, to take our guns away.
When I was a boy, I learned about ouija boards from our family friends, who lived near the satanic enclave of Westfield, New Jersey, where the high school team was the Blue Devils.
In 1971, in my hometown, John List murdered his family, before he dropped off the map, becoming the tristate area’s most wanted fugitive. His sixteen-year-old daughter Patricia used LSD, and she called herself a witch. Patricia told everyone that she belonged to a coven practicing Satanism, and she claimed there was a secret altar in Westfield.
List shot his daughter and the rest of his family, dragging their bodies to the ballroom of his house, and leaving a strange five-page letter addressed to his minister. Strange books were found in the library, including Harry Ezekiel Wedek’s Treasury of Witchcraft, which Patricia often carried. As List indicated in his letter, he had intended to kill his family on November 1, All Saints Day, which ends the Illuminati’s Season of Harvest. Satanists in the CIA, and otherwise, love marker days.
Patricia List used a ouija board, and we used one as children.
We never took it seriously, so that protected us; but satanists use it to do others harm.
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