Febris: The Roman Goddess of Fevers

There was once a dreaded Goddess in Ancient Rome known as Febris who caused illness, disease, and pestilence. It is from Febris where we get the English word fever. A word that is generally used to describe a symptom of various illnesses and diseases often characterized by increased body temperature, thirst, shivering, headache, and in severe instances, delirium. (more…)

Lemures: The Roman Parasitic Larvae Spirits

In ancient Roman mythology, the Lemures (lem'u-rez) were greatly feared evil spirits who caused disease and infection. They were thought to be malignant spirits, specters or ghosts who haunt the earth by night and to possess great power for evil over the living.

The reputation of the lemures really took off at the beginning of this 6th Age shortly first Pontifex Maximus of this 6th Age, Augustus Caesar had conquered the Gnostic Greek Hellenes, Cretans, and the Greco-Egyptian empire. It was at this time that many of the Gnostic philosophers from Greece, Crete, and Egypt were brought into Caesar's inner circle. (more…)

Demonic Fungi/Molds Survive at 33,000 Feet in the Air

"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…)

The Demonic Dark Spirits of the Air

“We wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against the dominations, the powers, the lords of darkness, the mischievousness of spirits in the upper regions” - The Second Epistle to Timothy

Over the course of the last couple thousand years, many philosophers have written about the unseen world of spirits that they had claimed had a direct influence and in some cases, these spirits could possess the bodies of their victims. A type of evil A.I.(artificial intelligence) or Archonic being that often could be found floating and or flying in the air. (more…)

Researchers engineer GMO fungus to kill mosquitoes

Mosquitoes kill about 727,000 humans around the globe every year with various blood borne diseases like malaria so scientists have come up with a devilish method to destroy them.

A team of experts, lead by researchers from the University of Maryland, have engineered a GMO (genetically modified organism) fungus that is able to express multiple toxins that are able to kill mosquitoes.

A dead mosquito is seen covered in the new GMO fungus to produce spider and scorpion toxins. Photo by Brian Lovett/UMD

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Lucifero By Dante

This image of Lucifer is from Dante Alighieri's Divina Commedia, late 15th century.

Lucifer represents the angel of light with individual intellect who 'rebels' against the outside 'dark authority'. This is why he is called the 'fallen angel.' The dark and outside authority can be attributed to our flesh and fleshly desires coupled with the outside material world that attempts to take us away from the true light within each one of us.

Manley Palmer Hall 33° had written in The Lost Keys Of Freemasonry: "When The Mason learns that the Key to the warrior on the block is the proper application of the dynamo of living power, he has learned the Mystery of his Craft. The seething energies of Lucifer are in his hands and before he may step onward and upward, he must prove his ability to properly apply this energy." (page 48)

Mark of the Sinner

In deciphering this image (Diego de Valadés Rhetorica Christiana 1579) below, you will clearly see the man to the right who is chained and led by Demons with their leader Yaldoboath to riches and the earthly throne of fire. Yaldoboath is the ruler of this world who is the Chief Archon who is the son of the creator God of Genesis and the demiurge of Platonism. The meaning of the name demiurge is maker which makes him the "creator of the material world."

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Jupiter drives his chariot swiftly in the heavens

Plato had said, "that when the great leader Jupiter drives his chariot swiftly in the heavens, he marches first, as disposing and taking care of all things, a vast host of gods and demons then follow, distributed into twelve parties, but that Vesta alone remains in the mansion of the gods."

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