“Black mold bath tub, homie it’s a Tuesday – Forever now, forever is a tuesday (Tuesday!) Forever now, forever now (Tuesday!) And if you waiting for a spell where it falls into an order you can help then well”
This band, Malibu Ken with the artists Aesop Rock & TOBACCO and their new song, Tuesday is a brilliant masterpiece of fungi/molds art to help bring the word to the masses on YouTube.(Lyrics and video below)
It appears that my Demonic Parasitic Fungi/Molds research, articles, and videos I have been talking about for years are reaching the media black market online as it infects the mainstream simultaneously like the PLAGUE. Akin to Philip K. Dick’s work but in real-time.
There’s something you should probably know before we go too far
My neighbor found a mushroom growing inside of my car
She called me up on tour sounding emotionally scarred
Although it may have scared her more that i wasn’t really alarmed
The dandruff in a shaken globe is fit to guild a manger
The pizza face is pepperoni, carbuncle, and caper
I’m bunions and contusions, bumps lumps and bruises
Discoloring and other things I can’t reach with the loufa
Not a butcher, not a baker, pick a booger with a basic evolutionary failure
I do not open mail, I do not answer phones, the fridge is pretty much a home for mayonnaise alone
Watch a pocket-knife surgeon cut a cyst out in the kitchen
It’s the cousin to acutely removing his own stitches in a pinch
Kool-Aid ooze that is toothache, mushroom growing in the car
It’s just another Tuesday
Forever now, forever is a tuesday (Tuesday!)
Forever now, forever now (Tuesday!)
And if you waiting for a spell where it falls into an order you can help then well
On one hand it’s pretty gross
On the other, it’s sorta like a pretty desert rose
How against all odds
Whether wet, dry, night or day, garden, pig sty, or cave
Life science finds a way, boxed-in, veg’d out, fox in the henhouse
Gray stained teeth, say cheese through a trench-mouth
“Cheese”, Chase dreams with the hell-bound
Posture suitable for a job in the bell tower
1 plate, 1 fork, itty bitty lamp
I would offer you a drink but I literally can’t
It feels like you’re camping when you’re sitting on the can
Where the crib has always simulated living in a van
A little light cleaning, keep the spiders off his Eden
Maybe one day he’ll go deeper, really exorcise the demon at the root
I’m in the sofa cushions over loose change
Black mold bath tub, homie it’s a Tuesday
Forever now, forever is a tuesday (Tuesday!)
Forever now, forever now (Tuesday!)
And if you waiting for a spell where it falls into an order you can help then well
I can’t even keep a cactus alive when I’m present
When I’m gone it’s a groundbreaking botanical epic
From desolate to Little Shop of Horrors in a second
It’s weird knowing life thrives more when you exit
The trouble man cuddle with a duffle bag of loose cash
Chews glass scatterbrained, aspartame moustache
Moi head lice, dress like a douchebag, unsaid prayers
Undead raccoon hat, voice of the boiled over
Thick skull, still throw his toys out his stroller Piss black roof tar, bleed flat cherry coke
Very much another wackjob with a megaphone
Very much another fat slob playing chess alone
Lesser known fetish porn, leftover Lexapro, etcetera
Everything’s coming up goose eggs, Sunday, Monday happy days
Tuesday is Tuesday
Forever now, forever is a Tuesday (Tuesday!)
Forever now, forever now (Tuesday!)
Forever now, forever is a Tuesday
Forever now, forever now
“At home, molds are considered a pest growing in our bathrooms, wet corners of houses and in old refrigerators. In nature, it seems that mushrooms play an integral part in the cycle of nutrients breaking down lignin and other plant material.
Out in space, however, we are just beginning to learn about fungal presence.
Fungal interaction with gravity and radiation seem to come right out of a science-fiction novel, but their implication as a nutritional and yet destructive entity is real.
People have looked for extra-terrestrial life for generations, and it seems that only now are we noticing the most interesting, important and fuzzy aliens so far.”
Molds have been found in outer space and also growing on and in on both U.S. and Russian space ships.
I have reported that scientists found molds at 33,000 feet in the air. A team of scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology discovered billions of tiny organisms flying six miles above Earth’s surface in a NASA jet plane and pumped outside air through a filter to collect particles.
In 2016, a team of NASA scientists theorized that molds could survive on Mars.
They proposed this after they exposed two species of fungi that live in the Antarticto Martian-like conditions for 18 months.
To their amazement, 60% of the molds, Cryomyces antarcticus and Cryomyces minteri survived their experiment.
“Fungi are extremophiles that can survive harsh conditions and environments like deserts, caves, or nuclear accident sites, and they are known to be difficult to eradicate from other environments including indoor and outdoor space,” study co-author and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientist Kasthuri Venkateswaran, Ph.D., said in a statement.
In July 2017, NASA scientists discovered that certain kinds of fungi can colonize the human body and increase in number while humans live in small, closed habitats like the International Space Station.
The meaning of alien is from the Latin word alienus, meaning ‘belonging to another’, from alius ‘other’.
As time went on and we human fungi with two legs and a mind began to leave our race specific microbiome lands to travel and or should I say invade other people’s lands we became known as foreigners.
In modern media times, an alien represents primarily a foreigner, especially one who is not a naturalized citizen of the country where they are living or an alien can also be a plant or animal species originally introduced from another country and later naturalized.
Aliens in today’s pop culture are referred to as a type extraterrestrial entity who travels from outer space in some special aircraft known as a spaceship or UFO.
Still, no truly credible evidence of alien type creatures visiting in UFOs as of yet.
People who have reported about haunted homes claim to suffer from literally the same mental and neurological symptoms as the health effects of toxic mold exposure. Effects that modern science has verified causes very similar problems to haunting episodes such as severe psychosis, hallucinations, anxiety, and depression.
These hidden links between haunted homes and toxic mold were actually researched for the first time back in 2015 by a team of scientists from Clarkson University led by Associate Professor of Civil & Environmental EngineeringShane Rogers.
Rogers and his team began studying the links between exposure to toxic indoor molds and psychological effects in people because hauntings are associated with structures that are prime environments to harbor molds or other indoor air quality problems that cause similar psychosis.
“Hauntings are very widely reported phenomena that are not well-researched. They are often reported in older-built structures that may also suffer poor air quality. Similarly, some people have reported depression, anxiety and other effects from exposure to biological pollutants in indoor air. We are trying to determine whether some reported hauntings may be linked to specific pollutants found in indoor air.”
Rogers and his students had tested the air quality in several reportedly haunted places around the North Country, including the Frederic Remington Art Museum in Ogdensburg, N.Y. By comparing these samples to samples from places with no reported hauntings, the researchers hope to identify factors unique to the haunted locations.
They are looking for commonalities in the mold microbiome in the places believed to be haunted compared to the controls, as well as analyzing the types of toxic molds that may cause psychological effects in humans.
Rogers says he is a longtime fan of ghost stories and his goal is not to debunk the legends but to instead provide insight on why certain places are perceived to be haunted.
“What I do hope is that we can provide some real clues as to what may lead to some of these phenomena and possibly help people in the process,” he said.
What I find VERY interesting is that when you research more into this in our modern time of 2019 you cannot find the results of the study and or any new developments from Clarkson University and or Shane Rogers.
It’s as if this research went dark or what I think was purposely shelved by the Deep State for International security reasons.
But connections between haunted houses and mold illness can be found much later if you research the deep web.
Infected patients had maintained hay bales in a Halloween haunted house and the fifth patient had visited the house once. The researchers determined that this outbreak was associated with stored hay or hay bales harvested in the US plains states.”
The researchers concluded, “Contact with hay should be recognized as a risk factor for infection with Sporothrix schenckii.”
“Families who wish to spend the night at the fort will be sleeping in a rustic setting on straw beds and in areas with dirt floors.
People with severe allergies and asthma are cautioned to consider their participation in this event overnight because of the mold, mildew, dust and straw, and should contact the park for more information or concerns. Please bring your sleeping bags and pillows, flashlights, and blankets to lie over the straw beds.”
In 2003, two studies were done called, “An investigation into alleged ‘hauntings‘,” which explored the psychological mechanisms that underlie this apparent evidence of ‘ghostly’ activity. The experiments took place at two locations that have a considerable reputation for being haunted-Hampton Court Palace (Surrey, England) and the South Bridge Vaults (Edinburgh, Scotland).
Both studies involved participants walking around these locations and reporting where they experienced unusual phenomena. Results revealed significantly more reports of unusual experiences in areas that had a reputation for being haunted. This effect was not related to participants’ prior knowledge about the reputation of these areas.
However, the location of participants’ experiences correlated significantly with various environmental factors, including, for example, the variance of local magnetic fields and lighting levels. These findings strongly suggest that alleged hauntings may not necessarily represent evidence for ‘ghostly’ activity, but could be, at least in part, the result of people responding to ‘normal’ factors in their surroundings.”
A survey by Pew Research Center in 2009 estimated that approximately 29% of Americans believe they have felt in touch with a dead person, 18% had been in the presence of a ghost or was it just paranormal parasites seeking to eat them that they could not see?
65% of Americans told Pew they believe in the supernatural such as reincarnation, spiritual energy, yoga as spiritual practice, the “evil eye,” astrology, connecting with the dead, consulting a psychic or experiencing a ghostly encounter. And 49% say they’ve had “a religious or mystical experience.”
I have written and spoken about the various health effects of mold for the last several years after my family and son had experienced what could be called hauntings, outlandish nightmares, and disturbances in various houses we had stayed in that also happened to have toxic mold.
I’m also a mold inspector and remediator who inspects many homes a week in San Diego County, California. I can tell you that without a doubt that once mold takes over a home, that property is now occupied by another entity hell-bent on killing and eating everything in sight.
In all these homes I have visited, you can smell and feel the stench of darkness and death in the air.
After you have experienced the presence of trillions of mold spores and their mind inducting toxins, enough times, you can intuitively feel them around you. Each time I come to one of these properties, I immediately know what I will find once I take the first breath of air and get in tune with the environment.
Photo caption: From left to right, Clarkson University undergraduate environmental engineering students Thomas M. O’Rourke ’16 and Daniel C. Schwab ’15 work with Associate Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering Shane Rogers to sample air quality in buildings associated with alleged ghost activity. The researchers are studying the possible links between reported hauntings and toxic indoor molds associated with psychosis.
My sources are linked to above and can be found on Google so please do not be lazy and do your own research if you’d like the sources.
Vulture.com posted an article about Jack Osborne and his new Travel Channel show, Portals to Hell. A series about Jack searching for ghosts and demons with his partner, paranormal researcher Katrina Weidman.
It is well known that Jack has the disease called Multiple Sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks its own tissues. The cause of MS is unknown.
In the article, the interviewer has asked him about how he experienced symptoms while he was filming for the episode, Haunted Highway, which is not normal for him since he has the disease mostly under control.
But Jack emphasized that his most recent and significant flareup of his MS had occurred while filming for show at Skinwalker Ranch in Utah. A place that has been a hotbed not just for UFOs, strange monsters and secret U.S. military operations, but also for the abnormally high amounts of people who have autoimmune diseases in the area.
In fact, a study by the University of Utah found the rate of MS in Tooele County is seven times higher than the national average and the overall rate for Utah is twice the national average.
What I find VERY interesting is that there is no known cause of MS but people are genetically pre-dispositioned to the disease and also outside environmental factors such as toxins that trigger it.
When you research MS, the symptoms and alleged causes look almost exactly the same as the symptoms a person experiences with Toxic Mold illness which is also from the environment and people can be more susceptible to it because they are genetically pre-dispositioned.
Also, I have a scientific study and scientists below connecting mold mycotoxins to being a not only possible causes for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) but also paranormal activity like I have discussed many times in my articles and video walk and talks.
In addition, I have seen pictures of the Ranch and the old decrepit buildings. There is obviously A LOT of water damage and mold on the structures due to the lack of upkeep.
Here are some pictures of the buildings on Skinwalker Ranch proving my point.
Inside the homestead
Now let’s get back to the mold and MS connection. Here is a snippet of the Vulture.com interview with Jack Osborne;
“You’ve been very open about living with MS and the mental effects of that. I read that you actually experienced your first symptoms while you were filming Haunted Highway, was there any point where you worried that the stress might have an effect on your physical well-being?
You know, it’s funny because we went back to Skinwalker Ranch and that’s where I had my most significant flare-up, it was while we were filming there. And there is a lot of theories that whatever’s going on at Skinwalker Ranch is essentially igniting people’s autoimmune issues.
There’s a lot of autoimmune disease within that area of Utah. And it’s kind of abnormally high. And so people are trying to really figure that out.
Jack concludes, “I don’t know, I don’t have any scientific evidence to prove that. From everything I know, with an autoimmune disease, you’re kind of genetically pre-dispositioned to it, and then you have some kind of environmental outside issue that triggers it.
So I don’t know, I wasn’t necessarily worried about the stress because I don’t find it that stressful to do this thing. I find it quite enjoyable, it’s fun and I get to travel and I’m working with my good friends. And it’s a really great work environment, albeit in scary places.”
As he eloquently stated, ” with an autoimmune disease you’re kind of genetically pre-dispositioned to it, and then you have some kind of environmental outside issue that triggers it.”
So what could this “kind of environmental outside issue” be?”
Another important detail to my theory is the U.S. military hiring of a couple of prominent microbiologists (they study microorganisms like molds/fungi!) who had what appears to be secretive roles in the research program.
For example, one of the scientist’s names was Colm Kelleher who was the senior research scientist with a twenty-year career in cell and molecular biology.
His alleged duties were the development of laboratory capabilities for the evaluation of novel aerospace technologies including novel materials and propulsion systems for possible detrimental effects on humans and the environment.
Now let’s get into the science.
Two big environmental issues researchers are looking for the possible causes of multiple sclerosis (MS) are mold exposure and decreased vitamin D which is a critical nutrient for immune system modulation
The body’s nerves are protected by an insulating coating around the nerve cells called the myelin sheath. Myelin is a fatty substance that insulates the nerves, helping them send electrical signals that control movement, speech, and other functions.
Researchers speculate that this leads to vitamin D deficiencies, weakening the immune system, increasing the risk of getting MS.
Another possible explanation for the higher prevalence of MS in colder climates could be mold because people in colder climates spend more time indoors, making them more susceptible to illnesses caused by indoor air quality issues.
Robert J. Fox, M.D., medical director at the Mellen center for Multiple Sclerosis at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio says;
“In people with MS the body’s defenses turn against the brain and spinal cord–the central nervous system. The immune system attacks the nerves, then leaves them alone, then attacks them again; causing pockets of damage at multiple sites here, there, and everywhere.”
The assault appears to zero in on the myelin, a sheath surrounding nerves like insulation around a pipe. Damage to the sheath slows down the traffic of messages through the nervous system, leading to M.S.’s many symptoms The aftermath of the attacks on the myelin sheath cause scar tissue (sclerosis) in the brain and spinal cord, which can impair nerve function.
Research published in 1998 shows that the attacks also damage nerve cells by slicing through the nerve fibers, a process called transection.
“it’s like snipping telephone wires out on the street.” says Dr. Fox.
“At first, the telephone company can find a way to reroute the signals, but eventually the phone service starts failing. That’s what we think happens in the later stages of MS, when the brain can no longer compensate for the loss of nerve pathways.”
Dr. Rick Sponaugle of the Florida Detox & Wellness Institute says this is why patients suffering from a mold illness may actually be misdiagnosed with MS!
“Three out of four Americans who naturally produce antibodies to mold toxins can live and work in water-damaged buildings without suffering significant demise in their health. But patients who carry the HLA gene have no antibodies to deactivate and remove mold toxins. They develop excessive accumulation of these harmful toxins.
Mold toxins are lipophilic, meaning their molecular structure consists of fatty acid molecules. For this reason, mold toxins migrate to and deposit in the brain because the brain is the ‘fattiest’ organ, consisting of 60% fat….Mold toxins destroy the myelin sheath on brain neurons, causing the classic white spots seen in MS. “
An apparent wanna-be bikini model mom had allegedly killed her demon hunter husband and then threw his body away like trash along a roadside in New South Wales, Australia.
The accused murderer, Raquel Hutchinson said that she “killed her husband to save children because he was a demonologist, exorcist and ghost hunter.” Her accomplices were an ex-lover and another man.
The Crown prosecutor, Margaret Cunneen said in court that a nine-year-old boy had witnessed Hutchison push her husband Bret down the stairs and spray his face with mold stain remover “Exit Mould.”
Yeah, you read that right – fricken mold killer!!
The boy later saw the man lying down in the bush bleeding before the victim’s body with his wife crouched near him screaming: “Confess or I’ll kill you.”
Text messages between the killers were presented as evidence showing a discussion between Hutchison and Wilkinson asking is the mold killer would act like mace.
And one of them texted: “S*** c***s always win except when someone stops them.”
The next day of Bret’s murder, Hutchison texted he ex-lover Wilkinson: “Game on, we man up”.
The Crown Prosecutor told the court that after the alleged killing, Ms. Hutchinson told a friend: “I’m fucked. I need help. We bashed him and we tied him up.”
Attorneys for Hutchison’s claimed that she was trying to save the children and that she was “mentally deficient” and suffered from a borderline personality order, post-traumatic stress disorder from her childhood and depression.
After the alleged murder, she told a psychiatrist: “He wasn’t supposed to die. I wanted him to go to jail.”
I think we need to ask ourselves who was protecting who from who here? Meaning, her husband was a demonologist and ghost hunter and she ended up committing what some may consider one of the most demonic or monstrous acts any person can commit which is cold-blooded murder ie: the killing of an innocent human.
Perhaps, Ms. Huchinson’s husband’s knowledge of demons threatened the evil demon or maybe it was just the Ego inhabiting her body. A jealous and murderous creature who eventually showed its vile nature when her husband got too close to the truth.
During the modern plague, we will see more and more of this crazy demonic behavior.
“However, they also may be transmitting diseases from one side of the globe to the other. The researchers found E. coli in their samples (which they think hurricanes lifted from cities), and they plan to investigate whether plagues are raining down on us.”
As part of my ongoing research on spirits, demons, and parasitic fungi/molds, I would like to present to you more current scientific articles and stories that correlate with some of my ancient research. (more…)
In a recent Science Daily article, Gut microbes may talk to the brain through cortisol, researchers from the University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences explain how recent studies show that human gut microbes can influence human health, behavior, and certain neurological disorders, such as autism.
The authors of the study say that results from a new study suggest a pathway of communication between certain gut bacteria and brain metabolites, by way of a compound in the blood known as cortisol. And unexpectedly, the finding provides a potential mechanism to explain the characteristics of autism.” (more…)
A house desecrated by mildew, mold, or fungus would be a defiled place to live in, so drastic measures had to be taken. – Leviticus 14:45
The LORD said to Moses and Aaron, “When you enter the land of Canaan, which I am giving you as your possession, and I put a spreading mildew in a house in that land, the owner of the house must go and tell the priest, ‘I have seen something that looks like mildew in my house.’ The priest is to order the house to be emptied before he goes in to examine the mildew, so that nothing in the house will be pronounced unclean. (more…)
“The nervous system of the inorganic demon is, in fact, a spiritual matrix.”
The Iranian philosopher and author Reza Negarestani’s 2008 book – Cyclonopedia is a theoretical-fiction novel about a demon “dust enforcer” named Pazuzu who whips up clouds of dust in the desert bringing diseases and plagues upon mankind. It has been globally acclaimed as the first horror and science fiction book coming from and written on the Middle East.
In the fictional theology of Negarestani, the Middle East is a sentient being; thought is dust; and the black oil that runs through its veins is the putrefying blood of demons and the wars they bring a war-machine creating a fog of necrodemocratic politics to the region.
The dust is known as “civilization” and the conflicts of the Middle East are due to an ancient demonical influence carried within its particles.
He writes in Cyclonopedia;
“Each particle of dust carries with it a unique vision of matter, movement, collectivity, interaction, affect, differentiation, composition and infinite darkness — a crystallized data-base or a plot ready to combine and react, to be narrated on and through something. There is no line of narration more concrete than a stream of dust particles.”
In the chapter called the “Dust Enforcer,” Negarestani tells us about the Demon Pazuzu whose specialty is to “[scavenge] the stratified Earth and its biosphere in the form of Dust,” and by way the demons, he is able to disseminate plagues and other epidemics upon the planet.
This ancient demonical dust has covered the Middle East and thus global politics creating perpetual and insoluble upheavals and wars.
Negarestani calls these spirits inorganic demons that are parasitic by nature whose infiltrating military capacities and systems of possession are fostered by a certain range of human activities that integrate the demon into its human host’s neural system. Once the integration process (possession) has been completed, they cannot be separated and to do so, would result in the death of the human.
From this point forward, the demon relies on its host to obtain information, carry out tasks and essentially become a slave to its desires.
Here an excerpt from his book detailing this process. Negarestani writes;
“Inorganic demons are parasitic by nature, they themselves give rise to their xenotating existence, and generate their effects out of the human host, whether as an individual, an ethnicity, a society or an entire civilization.
Their infiltrating military capacities and systems of possession are fostered by a certain range of human activities obsessed with artifacts, relics and inorganic entities (realism of objects). The fascinations of archeology, religion, capitalism and their hybrids with ancient weaponry and principles of inorganic entities are instances of such activities connected to humans.
(b) Inorganic demons induce xeno-excitations in their wielders or human hosts (‘Wisdom’).
(c) Psychosomatic responses or side effects of this Wisdom (wielded ancientness) begin to develop, in the form of incurable afflictions or progressive maladies in their host (commonly known as the price). These obscure allergic reactions to inorganic demons are either programmed by the demon-artifact as it embeds itself within the human host (reprogramming the logic of organism), or are produced by the human host in its overreaction to the xenotating existence of the inorganic demon, its unfolding inhumanity and its qualitative state (that is, its inorganicity).
Another reason for these cataclysms in the host is the incoming data from the Outside which is inherently overwhelming for the anthropomorphic capacity, and therefore triggers a recoiling mechanism in the host from within, in the form of a flood from without.
(d) Once inorganic demons infiltrate an anthropomorphic agency (a silent incursion which is usually affirmed by the human side, whether consciously or not), they embed their inorganic sentience within the human host.
The instant this embedding or implantation process is completed, the inorganic demon cannot be plucked out or extricated from the neural, social or even membranous networks of the human host (an individual, a society, an ethnicity or a civilization). Forcing the inorganic demon away without deactivating it imposes fatal irreversible consequences upon the host, at catastrophically rapid rates.
(e) The parasitic sentience of inorganic demons is triggered, or the inorganic demon starts to interact with its human host, when the nervous system of the inorganic demon is stimulated.
The nervous system of the inorganic demon is in fact a ‘spiritual matrix’.
As a part of a process of possession or communication with the demonic object, this spiritual matrix must be charged by sufficient external stimuli from the human host. These external stimuli are immaterial, qualitative and can. in a certain sense, be classified as spiritual (examples include faithlessness or faith, doubt, apprehension, piousness, hunger and pain).
Upon activation by these spiritual, carnal, sensual or intellectual stimuli, the inorganic demon begins to encroach upon the human host Since the inorganic demon’s sentience is inaccessible to the human, this demonic possession can only suggest the absurdity of human openness or access (intellect and sense).
The external stimuli from the human host always play the role of an incentive (incantare) or a strategic Call for the Inorganic Demon; or to put it differently, these stimuli feed the soul of the inorganic demon, whose folds move and force the demonic sentience out to the human host, supporting the demon in finding its way in the human sphere.”
“Everywhere a hole moves, a surface is invented. When the despotic necrocratic regime of periphery-core, for which everything should be concluded and grounded by the gravity of the core, is deteriorated.” P50
A surface-consuming plague is a pack of rats whose tails are the most dangerous seismic equipment; tails are spatial synthesizers (fiber-machines), exposing the terrain which they traverse to sudden and violent folding and unfolding, while seizing patches of ground and composing them as non-human music. Tails are musical instruments, playing metal -tails, lasher tanks in motion. Although tails have a significant locomotive role, they also act as boosters of agility or anchors of infection.”
If we are to look back at ancient history to what desert demon may have inspired Negarestani to write this book, we find similar demons in Gnosticism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam with a history spanning to Babylon.
For example, in the Scripture, the desert demons are some of the most formidable foes of humankind like those found in Leviticus xvi. 9 which specifically gives the name of one desert demon to Azazel, and in Isaiah 34 to Lilith and to several demons of the same class. In the Book of John 12:31, 14:30; “the prince of the power of the air” was called Merriam.
It appears that Negarestani may have received the inspiration and history to model his story with a modern spin with the demon Pazuzu after the “Demon of the Southwest Wind,” who I will discuss in this article.
According to the Scriptures, the desert is the place of unclean spirits where the deserted and waste places appear as peculiarly the abode of the Evil Spirit. See Matt. xii. 43, where the unclean spirit cast out of the man is represented as going through ‘dry places’: also Luke viii. 27; and Rev. xviii. 2, according to which the fallen Babylon is to be the dwelling of all unclean spirits.
In ancient times, the favorite place to ban demons and send them away from civilization was to the desert and mountains via an exorcism, “evil spirit to thy desert.” (Thompson, Devils). The banning of the demons into the desert and mountains (cf. Mt. 12: 43) is frequent magical papyris; “go and fall on the mountains and heights and the unclean beasts.”
It was said that the dry arid deserts were populated with legions of them.
Nowhere could a spiritual warrior find such a formidable foe than in these waste and desolate places being scarcely habitable by man where the fiendish demons in the hot and dreary dust of the desert create a hell on the earth.
The desert demons through the agency of living particles carried by the wind when breathed in could take possession of the bodies of men, controlling his faculties producing either madness and epilepsy, or prophets and sages. People who they called demoniacs or Saints who walked the line between both worlds in the desert conversing with God and the Devil.
These parasitical organisms of the desert are akin to the ancient beliefs of the Holy Fathers who went to battle with desert demons which brings us to Negarestani’s demon “dust enforcer” who whips up clouds of desert dust bringing diseases and plagues upon mankind.
History shows that Christians believed that demons still possessed madmen and epileptics, the records of certain holy monks who fought with demons in the desert were said to have gained power over them and were able to cast them out like Jesus.
“By the sweat of your brow you will eat your bread, until you return to the ground— because out of it were you taken. For dust you are, and to dust you shall return.” – Genesis 3:19
The She Demon Lilith appears in both ancient Gnosticism and the mysteries of the Abrahamic religions. She is normally depicted as a woman who wears a horned crown and has the wings and feet of a bird and in this image she is flanked by owls as stands on the backs of two lions.(Image From British Museum)
In ancient Judaism, Lilith was originally classed as a desert demon, and not as a demon of the night. She is mentioned in the Bible in Isaiah 34, which enumerates the fierce demons of the desert wilderness: hyenas, goat-demons and “the Lilith” (Isaiah 34:14).
The Travels of Crete speaks of the Arabic version translates Lilith as “algol” the man-devouring demon of the waste;
“The lilith, mentioned in Isaiah, is agreed to be a nocturnal spectre: Michaelis supposes that it may mean a kind of incubus: and the Arabic version translates the word by “algol” the man-devouring demon of the waste, known by the name Goule to the English reader of the Arabian Nights.
Some persons have supposed, but, seemingly, without any good reason, that the expression in the Psalms, “Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night, nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness,” denotes a similar monster.
We also find Lilith in the Dead Sea Scrolls where she appears with her destroying angels and bastard spirits in the Song for a Sage;
“And I, the Sage, sound the majesty of His beauty to terrify and confound all the spirits of destroying angels and the bastard spirits, the demons, Lilith. . ., and those that strike suddenly, to lead astray the spirit of understanding, and to make desolate their heart.”
The ancient name “Lilith” derives from a Sumerian word for female demons or wind spirits. The lilītu dwells in desert lands and open country spaces and is especially dangerous to pregnant women and infants. Her breasts are filled with poison, not milk.
In Babylonia, the southwest wind, which comes from the Arabian desert, was especially dreaded for there was a terrible atmospheric demon inhabiting it which caused destructive storms and floods, and claimed many human victims who he caused to go mad, ill, and die an early death. I detail these ancient Babylonian beliefs in my article, The Babylonians Diagnosed Epilepsy As Demon Possession.
The Babylonians were the first people in history to study and document the various human neurological and psychiatric disorders, including epilepsy. They believed that epilepsy was the cause of a supernatural disorder due to an invasion of the body by evil demons or spirits or the anger of personal gods, which like in Catholicism, required the intervention of the priest or ašipu.
The terrible Demon of the Southwest Wind whose features were horrible with the body of a dog in an upright position, the feet of an eagle, the claws of a lion, the tails of a scorpion, the head of a skeleton but half-decayed, and adorned with goat’s horns, and the eye still remaining with four great expanded wings.
He is so ugly that the mere sight of his own image drives him away.
The half-decayed head and animal parts, in my opinion, proves that this demon comes to us from the world of fungi/molds that control our flesh and has a punishment for our sins, send these demons of death to drag our unworthy souls via to hell in a handbasket with the hooks, forks and their fangs inserted into our rotting flesh.
This ancient physical description of the desert demon actually sounds and feels just like a systematic fungal infection and toxic mold syndrome.
Various texts from this time period verify my theory by telling us that the Demon of the Southwest Wind inflamed breath dries up the harvests and consumes men and animals with fever. These stories mimick the modern science of parasitical fungi/molds that do the exact same things to crops, animals, and humans.
It was said that this figure was originally placed on an amulet and suspended by a ring behind the wearer’s head, and by placing his image at the door of the window, the demons fatal influence might be averted.
In Egypt, we find an ancient inscription from the burial place of Thebes, a deceased person who is making reference to some female demon called the Western Crest, who both inflicts and cures a certain disease connected with breathing (the word spirit means breath). In the inscription it is said: “Beware of the Crest, for there is a lion in her, and she strikes like a lion that bewitches, and she is on the track of all that sin against her” (Sayce, Rel. Anc. Eg, and Bab., p. 210).
In the early 20th century, famed British Assyriologist, linguist, and author, Rev. Archibald Henry Sayce, had suggested that the disease inflicted by this demon is asthma which produced symptoms such as frightful convulsions and suffocations often continuing for several hours, and generally at night. Conditions that could be attributed to the agency of a demon or evil spirit.
The hot parching southwest wind coming from the Arabian desert was and still is particularly dreaded, because with it brings clouds of fine sand and the sand-drifts which blind and bury travelers with their camels and horses, and also the much-feared droughts. With these devastating furies also comes the dreaded illness and disease that attack the people in these regions – especially young children and old people who have weaker immune systems than younger adults and middle-aged persons.
“If you don’t get the medicine and it’s in the brain, you’re going to die.” – Dr. Obi Okoli- Las Cruces, Mexico Physician
The New Yorker had published an article in 2014 titled “Death Dust,” which explains how in the nineteen-fifties, both the U.S. and the Russians had bio-warfare programs using the mold known as Coccidioidomycosis. A 2003 PubMed study, Coccidioides immitis as a potential bioweapon, described this mold and how it is used;
“Coccidioides immitis is a fungus endemic to the soil of areas of the southwestern United States, northern Mexico, and scattered areas of Central and South America. Natural infection occurs by inhalation of airborne arthroconidia. C. immitis could be used as a weapon of bioterror or biowarfare with aerosol delivery. Its use for this purpose would, however, present a number of obstacles and its effect would be uncertain and most probably limited.”
Part of the desert area that was once the Babylonian empire known as Iraq was ground zero for developing weapons of mass destruction using the mycotoxins from various molds (fungi) since the early 1980s.
It was as if Sadam Hussein’s Babylonian regime was not only invoking the Demon of the Southwest Wind, they were harboring its powers in making demonic weapons and bombs.
The United Nations Special Commission (UNSCOM) had proven after the Iraq-U.S. War, that Iraq’s past WMD programs for mold mycotoxin bio-weapons were carried out at various locations throughout the country. The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) also lists these biological weapons on their website as being confirmed for open-air testing in Iraq.
Places such as Al Safa and Al Hakam, located in on the outskirts of Baghdad which were dedicated to producing biological weapons made from various toxin-producing microorganisms. The Iraqis were successful in creating large quantities of disease-causing bombs from botulinum toxin, anthrax, and from Aflatoxins produced by the fungus/mold called Aspergillus.
Al Hakum (or Al Hakam) originally was one of Iraq’s most sophisticated and largest biological weapons (BW) production factory that was connected with other facilities allowing them to produce large quantities of botulinum toxin and anthrax from 1989 to 1996.
The Arabic name, Al Hakam means “The Judge” which is one of the Names of God in the Qur’an.
UNSCOM had said, “The Agricultural and Water Resources Research Centre at Fudaliyah, also known as Al Safa, is located in the Northeastern outskirts of Baghdad. This site was a dedicated aflatoxin production facility. Nearly 2000 liters of the agent were produced. The site was converted from a scientific agricultural research station.”
If we look at the subject matter of Negarestani’s 2008 science fiction novel, we find that it is actually aligned perfectly with many ancient beliefs of our religious ancestors, demonology, modern science, military strategy, and the Abrahamic Scriptures.
A system in which we may be the supreme host via our central nervous systems of the inorganic demon whose dust particles make up our very DNA making us cocreator, coevolver, and if need be, codestroyer of this global spiritual matrix or what some may call a net from which there will never be an escape for any human soul possessed by a demon or their own spirit.
As it is said in Matthew 7:15-20, “You Will Know Them by Their Fruits,” and I might add “You will know them inwardly by their moldy (bad) Fruits.”
“Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thornbushes or figs from thistles?
Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit.
A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit.
Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Therefore by their fruits, you will know them.”
A prophetic and deadly Biblical recipe for the Bad Fruit rotting in many of the halls of Government and even religion that could bring the Judge of the Demon Apocalypse and the conclusion of this 6th Age.
The inner world of Carl Jung was filled with shadows, daimons (demons), and the secrets of the individuation of the Self. Jung knew that people would think he was crazy for writing about such things but his conviction was so strong that he had written extensively about these subjects to the point that it became the main theme of his life’s Great Work.
Jung had said that he did not only believe, but he proclaimed that he knew our world was populated by demons and he was sure that many people were possessed by these disincarnated spirits.
“Unfortunately, it is my fate that other people, especially those who are themselves possessed by demons, think me mad because I believe in these powers. But that is their affair; I know they exist. There are demons all right, as sure as there is a Buchenwald (WWII German concentration camp).” (C.G. Jung Speaking: Interviews and Encounters pg. 155) (more…)