Thursday, July 30, 2020

Trump, Trump Jr., and Dr. Stella Immanuel: Hydroxychloroquine, Astral Sex, and Demon Sperm?

Okay, I'm a day late to this party, but I had OB/GYN issues to resolve  - and no, those issues did NOT involve "demon sperm" like Dr. Stella purports (LOL).

I'm also 100% certain that the benign uterine fibroid tumor they found on my ultrasound yesterday wasn't because "astral projection dream sex with demons," - like Dr. Stella Immanuel says they are -  and instead are caused by some combination of being genetically-predisposed, a perimenopausal hormone imbalance, and environmental factors/lack of a completely healthy diet. 

I'm also 100% sure my only sexual partner, my husband, isn't a demon.  However, I don't know who he sleeps with in his dreams, I've never asked him/don't care, you can't control what you dream about. 

But it's true, my OB/GYN provider didn't do an actual pelvic exam yesterday, because of the amount of bleeding, so when I go back, I'll ask her if she sees any demon sperm, dancing around, up in there, too?  It certainly feels like it ;)  

I AM, however, pretty sure my ex-husband was a demon, but we didn't have any children together, so what about that - Stella?  ;) 


(Yes, the last 2 above paragraphs especially are complete sarcasm.) 

For anyone who still doesn't know what I'm referring to, it's about the Trump Jr. video that was removed from Twitter for dysinformation, and Trump's later insistence at the WH Coronavirus press briefing that Dr. Stella Immanuel, the main doctor speaking on the video, was "impressive."

I'm not going to show you the original Twitter-removed video, promoted/launched by infamous and overly harrassing/aggressive conspiracy-theorist whack jobs, QAnon (the same proof-challenged nutters responsible for Pizzagate), but here's a still photo.

If you still want to see it, especially after reading this post, rest assured - Breitbart still has the video up as "news" and "fact." ;)

The gist is, Dr. Immanuel is a pediatrician in Houston, who is among one of apparently 12 other quacks - erm, I mean, outlier doctors - who despite being called "America's Frontline Doctors," do not practice in emergency medicine, infectious disease, virology, epidemiology, OR clinical research, but are all nonetheless touting hydroxychloroquine as a COVID cure, despite lack of data and evidence.

However, what neither the Trumps, Fox News, Breitbart, Qanon, nor the removed video itself shows/tells you - but the below video does show.tells you - is that Dr. Immanuel also believes that Nephilim demons can turn into a woman and sleep with your husband in his dreams, steal his sperm, then turn into a man and sleep with you, resulting in demon-husband sperm mix babies - or conversely, that your dream sex is actually astral sex with a witch, also resulting in demon sperm.

Either way, it's all our fault, because we're cursed women for tempting Adam, I guess, didn't satisfy our husband's sexual needs correctly, and/or lusted after others in our dreams?!? lol.

She also says this is a common problem with women, in that they have astral-sex dreams with Nephilim, which will will result in woman engaging in infidelity, financial ruin, health ailments such as reproductive cancer, uterine fibroids, and ovarian cysts, and of course, above all, half-breed-Nephilim demon children.

Once again, thanks other women, for continuing to help misogyny out by continuing to help victim-blame/blaming JUST women for everything!

I'm not kidding, I couldn't make this shit up - here's an example of one of her "sermons," on unedited video, which she verified as authentic, and continued support, even after the press found it and went nuts over it  ... 

Additionally, although not noted in this particular video,  she has repeatedly made clear her platform on vaccines in general - that she believes "they" - meaning the government and corporations (which always curiously and inexplicably exempt Trump as both CEO and POTUS?) -  are "injecting Nephilim DNA into people, to stop them from being religious." 

She even allegedly once stated she got this information from a conversation with a half-reptilian Nephilim, herself. Not even gonna ask how that supposedly came about. 

Mkay.  Wow, great choice, Trump and Jr. - that IS "impressive!" 

Just ... not at all in the way you said it, but more in a "How on earth did such a belief-trumps-evidence person make it through medical school, become a doctor, and is actually licensed and allowed to treat other human beings? 

Now, I was raised by an evangelical family, and though I've seen a lot of crazy sh*t that hundreds of people overlooked, passed off, and even promoted as part of Christianity, even I was shocked by that one.

Because though Nephilim actually does have brief mention in the bible - not like that!

Specifically, in Genesis, the story of Noah. 

 Our interpretation of Genesis 6 says, they "looked down and lusted upon the daughters of man and lay with them."

There are various translations which say everything from "Sons of God" to "Fallen angels" to "Nephilim"  - but in all cases, not a single translation/interpretation says they "came upon them" spiritually, like the Holy Spirit is said to have "come upon" Mary - all translations/interpretation say "lay with" the Daughters of Man  - meaning they had actual physical sex with them.

There is also absolutely nothing in the bible whatsoever indicating they had the power to negate free will through sexual spiritual trickery, in any biblical story about sex with spiritual beings - either "the Daughters of man" having physical sex with Nephilim in Genesis and the Book of Enoch - OR Mary in the gospels - all chose their fate in free will, for better or worse.

Now, at the end of Noah's story, nothing survives except Noah's family and the animals that Noah had on the ark. 

However, there's also the Book of Enoch - a long debated removed book of the bible - supposedly because of "lack of authenticity," but then how the heck can you prove anything is authentic or inauthentic in the bible, anyway?

The Book of Enoch goes into great detail stating that the Nephilim spawn were, in fact, not all wiped out, and Nephilim returned, and that in fact, the reason God allowed the flood was destroy half-breed Satanic blood line. 

Because Book-of-Enoch believers believe that since Satan couldn't create, Nephilim was Satan's only way of creating his own race - and the great flood was God's attempt to destroy Satan's bloodline on this earth, who were wreaking havoc and tempting even God's bloodline towards evil.

However, once again -  even in the removed/debated Book of Enoch - free will was STILL always involved, there was actual physical sex involved, and no one was "tricked" into anything without their consent. 

And I also wonder if "Dr. Stella" is aware that the most extremist/fundmentalist "Book of Enoch" believers are typically white supremacists, who who believe the Nephilim spawn theory are black-skinned, having twisted it to mean all black people, and this is why their skin is dark, because they're marked?

(Very similar to original aspects of Joseph Smith's Mormon theory, an aspect which has since been denounced by the faith).

Of course, just like Stella's odd tangent belief, based on Book of Enoch theory, not actually being according to the BOE - or any known scripture -  there is also no indication whatsoever of 'Nephilim being marked by dark skin color,' in either the Book of Enoch OR anywhere in the bible.

Sometimes, people - particularly evangelicals - add stuff to the bible that isn't there, just because they WANT to believe it so badly, even saying God told them so personally. 

That's another issue I have with evangelicals - they talk about Satan, demons, and witches, more than they talk about the power of God, constantly in fear that Satan and demons have the power to negate their free will by trickery and take over their minds and bodies without their consent.

(I suspect the only thing having this belief is actually proof of is that on some level, they already know how easily misled and gullible they are, and project that onto everyone else?)

Now - what I suspect has happened, here in particular, with "Dr. Stella," is that she has fused her original cultural animistic beliefs with Christianity in a very odd way.

Most religions of have done that at some point, including Christianity - many of us modern Americans have even fused Native-American animism with Christianity, in many ways. 

However, the best example is in Buddhism - Buddhism was never meant to be a religion or a faith, but today's Buddhism is actually a mixture of the prior culture's belief in ancestor worship fused with Buddhist philosophy.

In fact, Buddha himself said: 

"When I'm dead, do not pray to me, I won't hear you, I'm dead.  Work out your own salvation with dilligence, that is not what I'm here for - I'm here to teach you a better way to live."

That's right - Buddha himself said his philosophy was meant to be adjunctive to your chosen faith, it never supposed to be a religion or faith - it was supposed to be adjunctive to any faith who's goal was also to help end suffering in the world and find inner peace and balance - period. 

Regardless, what has Buddhism mostly become? 

A religion that worships/prays to Buddha and ancestors, despite Buddha himself stating repeatedly not to.

Thus I won't be too hard on Dr. Stella herself, because that's clearly what she has done, fused the two faiths of her original culture, animism, with Christianity -  and she has ever right to do so, in this country. 

I also can't say whether she's right or wrong in this belief - neither of us can because there's no proof either way. 

However, I CAN say, with absolutely certainty, that her belief in "demon sperm" through trickery is not supported anywhere in bible scripture - even in the debated/removed Book of Enoch. 

So instead,  I AM going to make fun of the Trumps and his fringe right-wing nut-job types of Christian supporters, who are either unknowingly pushing this nonsense because of they actually do share these unusual beliefs, or because they're the more devious devious, political-power oriented types of Christians, who know this is complete BS, but figures scaring the hell out of people into voting for them works. 

On that note, people have said to me since the beginning of Trump's bid for presidency, as far back as 2015 - "You know, most people who support Trump just aren't very smart, they're fairly low IQ people."

I said, "That's actually not true - they're less educated overall as a group, yes, but education level is a separate issue from actual IQs/intelligence level, and even some ivy-league- educated people support Trump."

"Thus, my theory is this - if they're not also just generally greedy, dishonest, unethical people themselves, who genuinely see nothing wrong with Trump's behavior - then I often wonder if this is about allowing their belief system to "trump" intellect, fact, and reality."

"In other words, do these individuals have an instability -  or better worded, an imbalance - between their emotional/spiritual beliefs vs. their intellect."

"We all have been given strong brains, strong emotions, and even strong spiritual center (depending on how spirituality is defined) -and I believe that we create most of our own problems when we don't keep these things in check, inn balance -  which is be done by comparing one against the other."

Thus, when I say Trump Evangelicals appear to be "imbalanced," I don't necessary mean in a mentally ill sort of way - I mean they have essentially allowed their emotional/spiritual belief system to run rampant without check points - they've allowed their belief system "trump" their own intellect, clouding their insight and judgment. I'm not sure, but that's my theory."

That was 2015 - and in fact, NOW I'm even more convinced, and I would say now that IQ level doesn't matter at all - what matters is how "dysfunctional family" in belief mentality they are, how imbalanced their belief vs. their intellect is. 

Dysfunctional-family style belief versus reality is a powerful thing.  Mentally ill and addicted people as leaders of dysfunctional families can be highly intelligent, but still be abusive and believe in some crazy crap.

There's no amount of fact you show them that will convince them otherwise; in fact, the more you try, the more you push them further into denial and make them angry, and worse, the more suspicious they become of you - you become "the demon" to them, for even trying to make them look at evidence.    

For example, neither my sisters, nor myself, are evangelical anymore, but my sisters still are in close contact with my mother - who took years for doctors to correctly diagnose mentally ill, because her evangelical Christian cover worked for a very long time - even asking  ask her to pray little incantations over them, as well as they fail to see how much of her mentally-ill belief system still permeates the way they look at the family, themselves, and the world.

Because in evangelicalism, once something is read/told to you about your life or someone else's - by their interpretation - it's gospel and there's no changing it - and there's no question that the evangelical's mouth it came from was correct or sane.

I was actually the first to realize that even though my dad was a complete psychopath, my mom was almost as mentally ill herself, at age 14, when the other two weren't ready to see it and still kept blaming her behavior on trauma. 

Thus, I became the "devil" and "witch" of the family for even stating such a thing, and still am that scapegoat of the family to this day because of it. 

And I'm here to tell you, even if you grow up and out of that dysfunctional system, you really have to dig into some deep therapy to get how sick much of that type of belief system really is, otherwise, you'll still find yourself trapped in a dysfunctional belief system, like my sisters are. 

In fact, I cannot believe that it's taken this long for psychological professionals to really start looking into these types of beliefs as a form of mental illness and addiction - and that it took Trump to do it.

 I've been saying there's such a thing as religious abuse (which includes physical and emotional abuse) since I was 14 years old, but because there are so many of them, particularly in the South, I was outnumber, I guess lol.

Regardless, whether you want to call it mentally ill or "out of balance" between belief and intellect - I'm pretty sure that is not what we want to lead this nation, particularly during health crises. 

God gave us free will and expects us to use it wisely, and not to call things we just made up out 

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