Judge Antonin Scalia’s death on Saturday, February 13th, 2016 has all the earmarks of being a political assassination. But was it also a human sacrifice? Today, the Alex Jones radio show has released definitive proof that Scalia was in Texas as part of a secret society of elite hunters that was based on the ranch he was a guest at.
I have to wonder about a large slice of the “horror” reading public of today.
I’m speaking of the “vampire” genre of today and to the unbelievable depths of depravity it has been mired in since the slathering appearance of insanity like Twilight.
Angst ridden vampires, for God’s sake?! Wringing their hands over the “monsters” they are, feeling revulsion for lusting after hot red blood? Give me a break!
I’ve got news for all the younglings out there who think the only games in town are connected to video screens. None of your uber-realistic video games can hold a candle to what can happen during a good old school paper and pencil role playing game (RPG). What you kids call role playing games are infinitely closed box universes compared to the realms of your own imaginations running wild within the parameters of a good old school role playing scenario.
All the pundits agree that at the very top of the global power pyramid, the individuals up there all worship Lucifer. Or Satan. Which is the same thing according to the Christians in the pack that dominate the debates on this. I scratch my head over this “fact” due to what I know of old Lucifer. If these supposed Lex Luthor level super-criminals actually do believe in Lucifer then they must really be as Robert Anton Wilson characterized them.
The moving darkness became a huge looming shape perched atop a stone cliff thirty feet high. She found that she was standing in the tidal pool about thirty feet from the perch. Her head was craned all the way back into pinching shoulder blades. Looking up. Looking into a sight that could cause instant madness.
Lovecraft rightly deserves to be known as a great American writer of pulp horror. His creations have had effects on succeeding generations that, in many cases, probably would have horrified the introverted Rhode Island author. However, I am compelled to propose that Lovecraft should be considered a bona fide medium as well, on footing at least as impressive as the Sleeping Prophet, Edgar Cayce.