DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE, BARACK OBAMA, TOM MORELLO & SATANISM, SPACE KIDS AND THE CYBORG PROJECT

In Search of Black Assassins

 
 

 STRANGE BEDFELLOWS, BARACK OBAMA & LUCIFER’S SERVANTS
 
 


Strange Luciferian Bedfellows: Terry Richardson, Barack Obama and Kanye West 

 

Previous to posting Kanye West and Amber Rose, 21st Century Schizoid Duo then “Mainstreaming Satanism and Multiple Personality Disorders, Beyonce Knowles, Hip Hop Mistress of Baphomet” on the internet, I discovered from an excellent website, Pseudo-Occult Media, that Barak Obama had been associated openly with the iconic celebrity photographer and overt psycho Luciferian Terry Richardson. [1] When researching Kanye West and Amber Rose, I discovered that they were also open admirers and bedfellows of the same powerful and influential Luciferian.[2]

Terry and his father, Bob Richardson, were famous celebrity photographers. Bob Richardson (1928-2005) was born into a malfunctioned Brooklyn Irish Catholic family. Bob and his older brother were schizophrenics. A younger brother and sister just disappeared.[3]

Both Terry and his father were fascinated and preoccupied…

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OVID FOR EVER and PAUL JANKA FOR SOMETIMES

Another wonderful piece from Rollan!

McCleary's Alternatives

Ovid         OVMETA       Janka    Pickup

OVID FOR EVER AND PAUL JANKA FOR SOMETIMES

A POET MADE FOR FAME

Ovid can well be considered one of the most important poets of all time, along with Shakespeare for whom Ovidius was his favourite classical writer. An entire line in romance, courtly love and even typical western portrayal of love as a battle of the sexes, is hugely indebted to an Ovidian legacy.

The bard of Stratford owed rather more to the bard of Sulmo than is acknowledged and not simply because of references to myths preserved in Ovid’s celebrated Metamorphoses which for Shakespeare as for many poets (and musicians, painters and sculptors, supremely Bernini) has been a treasure house to plunder. One thinks rather of the influence of such as Heroides in which women soliloquize about their fate and experiences with men (mostly in modification or contradiction of the existing accounts of their stories from Homer and others). This anticipates the role of females…

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