My View For Awhile: Canuck Edition

I’m back on the road, though this is slated to be a short trip.


I’m not checking a bag, it’s so quick.

VPOTUS Joe “the Theologian” Biden is in town today, no doubt campaigning for the criminal.  In ultra-lib Madison?  They must be concerned.  That might be his ride across the way.  Not sure, lots of glare.


We also have military jets taking off.  Very festive.

I remind the readership that Millard Fillmore, whose corpse I rather see in the White House than Hilary Clinton, with her corrupt corpse conscience, did not have a VP.  

UPDATE:

Next flight…

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14 Responses to My View For Awhile: Canuck Edition

  1. Venerator Sti Lot says:

    Is anything likely to happen quickly enough for Tim (‘the New Theologian’?) Kaine to be a (candidate) VP without a (candidate) P?

    And does that keeping your religion stuff only extend to folk like Marina Abramovic, lovin’ “Spirit” cook to (exactly how many of?) the Podestas?

  2. I like the Bertie Wooster hat (“Alpine Joe” edition).

  3. medievalist says:

    I see you’re getting ahead of the emmigrate to Canada option before the post-election rush. Welcome, and as we say here, bienvenue au Canada mon père!

  4. SKAY says:

    Only if she approves what the religion actually teaches. Pelosi, Kaine “catholics” will be fine but Catholics will need to attend reeducation camps because we are sooooo last century.

    Another reason to not vote for Hillary–she will continue his policies concerning Middle Eastern
    Christians.
    http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/11/04/video-liberated-iraqi-christians-hope-trump-wins-obama-abandoned-us/

  5. Semper Gumby says:

    Venerator: Excellent question re: whose religion is to be kept. I know little about Abramovic, but that recipe dates back to Crowley and Thelema, OTO, and probably earlier than that. This recipe is used in the Black Mass, or Gnostic Mass, according to news articles. A buddy’s email mentions that Clinton, reportedly, attempted to channel Eleanor Roosevelt back in the 1990s. Her mentor Saul Alinsky, as you probably know, dedicated his own book to Lucifer. One wonders if these fragmentary reports on possible occult activity should put the recent Wikileaks news on “Catholic Spring” in a new light. Not sure where all this is going, if anywhere, but hope this brief reply helps.

  6. Venerator Sti Lot says:

    Semper Gumby,

    Thanks – you’ve certainly found more details than I have! I don’t know how much I think judicious for me to learn about Abramovic, and have not seen many recipe details (though one ingredient reminded me of what I’ve read about Crowley patent ‘medicines’ – horrors!). Neither had I seen what exactly lay behind the suggestion that the self-proclaimed ‘Party of Science’ might be more the ‘Party of Seance’. Yes, I wondered about this and the ‘Catholic Spring’ in context of each other, too. ‘Felsenberg, here we come’?

  7. frjim4321 says:

    Hope you have a safe flight.

  8. Ellen says:

    I’ve done some research on Crowley and Thelema. It’s a thoroughly nasty ideology and Crowley was a horrible person – just horrible. To think that members of Hillary’s inner circle are dabbling in this is scary. They don’t know what kind of darkness they might invite in.

  9. THREEHEARTS says:

    I wrote to some members of Trumps Catholic advisor committee. I asked if they would make the republican candidate aware of the Papal request that every diocese should set up a medical clinic. No one has answered my request. I asked if they would prompt him to make this available to all christian denominations with certain conditions. I would like to ask all catholics to get onto Donald Trump’s election page and register your support for this as a Christian project as an answer to to the dreadful clintonesque attitude towards healthcare for all. As you mention Pelosi is anyone interested in taking her and her parish priest before the church court for her statements along with the VP democratic candidate and Joe Biden???
    Mike Hurcum,

  10. Semper Gumby says:

    Venerator and Ellen: I agree, a little information about Abramovic tends to be more than enough. And Ellen’s point about Crowley is well made.

    About Clinton and channelling: a pro-Clinton news source, CNN, reviewed Bob Woodward’s book “The Choice” on June 22, 1996. This report identified the “personal adviser” who conducted this “therapeutic session” as one Jean Houston. Jean Houston and her husband Robert Masters run the Foundation for Mind Research.

    I’ve heard of these two people. Jean Houston is a fan of the ancient Greco-Roman Mystery Cults. She also advocates for a “partnership” with the “gods and goddesses” within, and for “psychospiritual exploration.” Her husband, Dr. Robert Masters, explored altered consciousness and usage of LSD. Dr. Masters also liked to “channel” the ancient Egyptian goddess Sekhmet with his patients. His book on Sekhmet is listed at Amazon’s website.

    One more item. In the April 28, 2016, issue of Time Magazine (staying with pro-Clinton news sources here) there is an article by Jay Newton-Small profiling John Podesta. The article begins with this:

    “On the wall in his office at Hillary Clinton’s Brooklyn headquarters, campaign chairman John Podesta has an oil painting on loan from his lobbyist brother [Semper here: this may be the same brother mentioned in the Spirit Cooking email yesterday], who is an avid art collector. The image shows two men hunched over a dining room table, bearing knives and forks. On the table lays a man in a suit, who looks vaguely like Podesta. “It’s better to be the guy with the fork,” Podesta quips to his colleagues, if they ask about the image, “than the guy on the table.”

    There is more than a passing resemblance between the following three items: some of Abramovic’s “performance art,” the painting in Podesta’s office at the Clinton headquarters, and Crowley’s “altar” for his Black Mass.

    One last item. I don’t recall where I read it, but about two years ago Abramovic, when asked about performance art and Spirit Cooking, replied: “When we do it in public it’s art, when we do it in private it’s not.”

    Well now, I have no idea where that is going, but it does bring to mind the Prayer to St. Michael.

  11. Venerator Sti Lot says:

    Semper Gumby,

    Many thanks for more specific details of interest!

    I just read that Mr. Obama was speaking of ‘sanctity’, recently – “The sanctity of the vote is strictly confidential” – apparently in assuring an aspiring illegal voter that she need not fear negative repercussions from her crime. (So confidential, if I’m not mistaken, that the legal voters cannot discover if theirs have been electronically switched to, or physically discarded to be replaced by a dozen indicating, an opposite choice O sanctitas.)

  12. Jack in NH says:

    Nice Homburg, Father!

  13. Semper Gumby says:

    You’re welcome Venerator. And somehow the President saying something like that is, unfortunately, not surprising.

    By the way, about Clinton’s “personal adviser” Jean Houston. It turns out she wrote a book with Masters back in 1966 “The Varities of Psychedelic Experience” about using hallucinogenics. She also wrote a book in 1998 “The Passion of Isis and Osiris.” (Houston is a Greco-Roman Mystery School-type, but they tend to be influenced by the Isis cult.) Houston also met with Hillary Clinton more than once, including 4-5 days at Camp David (see Bob Woodward’s book and either CNN or the NYT back in about 1996). One last item, she was interviewed by Scott London in 1997 (it’s on his website). London noticed that Houston’s living room contained a sarcophagus and, you guessed it, a “figure of Sekhmet.” Houston also said during the interview that she liked to go online posing as a 15-year old boy to play dungeons and dragons (I guess that was some sort of text-only game in 1997) with other 15-year old boys.

    True, this is all from the 1990s and perhaps Clinton and Houston no longer meet, but this is unusual.

  14. Venerator Sti Lot says:

    Semper Gumby,

    Whew! Very interesting – and, as you say, unusual, no matter what its sequel (which would be good to know)!

    I’ve seen a partial transcription of Mr. Obama’s interview and looked up his interviewer (U.S. born of Puerto Rican parents), which makes a dodgy, weaselly impression on me – his clarity at a couple points about who may and may not in fact legally vote interwoven with an effective suggestion (unintentional or not) as to how and why illegal aliens could and can get away with voting.