Recently, I came across a story about the cult murderer, Charles Manson playing on the Indian mounds in Ashland, Kentucky shared by author and occultist, Peter Levenda in his book Sinister Forces: The Nine: A Grimoire of American Political Witchcraft. The basic premise of Lavenda’s narrative is that there is a “sinister force” permeating this area of the U.S. that has a demonic effect on certain people who live in this region.

Lavenda said that while he was writing his book, he read that Charles Manson had lived in Ashland some time and he even played on the mounds that were allegedly built by a Native American tribe called the Adena inhabited the Ohio and Mississippi river valley areas. He writes in his book how the mounds were excavated on two separate occasions and they were eventually left alone after the Boy Scouts restored them in 1984.

There was no official notice as to why the excavation of the Indian Mounds had ceased, but Lavenda speculated, “If there are evil spirits in Ashland, one wonders if they would be the souls of the ancient dead whose millennia-old sleep has been disturbed by businessmen and Boy Scouts” and later he says, “It seems someone was nervous.”

Interestingly, I discovered Lavenda’s research after I had written my own article, Daytona Demons: Native American Curses and Spiritual Warfare, about the city of Daytona, Florida that seems to have similar unseen forces infecting the region and has I contend – possessing people’s blood and minds.

To summarize my theory, I found that Native Americans in this area had performed black magic curses infecting the soil of Northern Florida by a tribe known as the Timucua who were a fierce people that were extremely tall, heavily tattooed, and they also practiced human sacrifice and cannibalism.

Daytona Demons: Native American Curses and Spiritual Warfare

After writing this article, I had discovered Levenda’s Great Work and a plethora of research and documents pertaining to Native American curses upon U.S. soil that are well documented all over the country. In the course of my studies, I discovered the magical and ritualistic rites that the Timucua had programmed into the Florida soil was actually a very common practice amongst almost all Native American tribes.

You will find burial mounds all the way down to Central America stretching all the way along the Gulf of Mexico through the Mississippi valley and all throughout the United States.

I believe the various mounds and routes they used were an actual magical fortress that they used to remote view through the leylines of the earth that they controlled via magic and rituals as the Adena culture had done all throughout Kentucky and the surrounding states.

You see, back then, magic and cures were a way of life for the Native Americans who inhabited the Americas for thousands of years.

The little known science and history I speak of deals with the ancient black magic spiritual methods used by various tribes and their priests who were able to use these mounds and earth connections for remote viewing and also for the psychospiritual effects and virulent weapons of cursing their foes. Spiritually loaded electrical charges in order to defend their territories against unsuspecting people who may find themselves on the very soil that may devour their spirits and souls.

To help validate my theories, I have found research on how these mounds were constructed using various layers of organic and decaying materials that were carefully separated and situated as if they were following some type of blueprint. In the book, The Mound Builders by George Bryce, he details how they were built and that many were used as “observation sites” which I contend was for remote viewing and also reveals the exact hidden science and telepathic filamentary magic employed by these Native American tribes.

For example, Bryce had written about an Indian Mound in Minnesota called the Grand Mound situated along the Rainy River near International Falls;

miles from the head of Rainy River. It stands on a point of land where the Missachappa or Bowstring River and the Rainy River join. There is a dense forest covering the river bank where the mound is found. The owner of the land has made a small clearing, which now shows the mound to some extent to one standing on the deck of a steamer passing on the river.

The distance back from the water’s edge is about 50 yards. The mound strikes you with great surprise as your eye first catches it. Its crest is covered with lofty trees, which overtop the surrounding forest.”

He says, “These thriving trees, elm, soft maple, basswood and poplar, “60 or 70 feet high now thrust their root tendrils deep into the aforetime softened mould.”

A foot or more of a mass of decayed leaves and other vegetable matter encases the mound.

The brushy surface of the mound has been cleared by the owner, and the thicket formerly upon it removed.

The circumference of one fine poplar was found to be 4 feet 10 inches; of another tree, 5 feet 6 inches, but the largest had lately fallen. Around the stump, the last measured seven feet.”

Bryce further stated, “The mound is elliptical at the base.”

“The longest diameter, that is from east to west, the same direction as the course of the river is 117 feet. The corresponding shorter diameter from north to south is 90 feet. The circumference of the mound is consequently 325 feet.

The highest point of the mound is 45 feet above the surrounding level of the earth. As to height, the mound does not compare unfavorably with the celebrated mound at Miamisburg, Ohio, known as one of the classes of “observation mounds,” which is 68 feet high and 852 feet around the base.

In addition to its purpose of sepulture, everything goes to show that the “Grand Mound” of Rainy River was for observation as well,” he said.

As you can see from author Edward Bryce’s descriptions and as it related to my ongoing work, mold and decaying organic matter were used and I believe that when he says they were used for observation that has a dual meaning being one in the physical realm and the other being the spiritual realm which would refer to the modern military term “remote viewing.”

In addition, Bryce describes the base of these mounds as being elliptical in shape which also reveals some of the hidden science of the Native Americans.

To generate creative power only, the center point must be dependent upon its rotary function to create a revolving effect around a center or axis emanating from the center point which we could equate to evolution as well. This is for example how an engine is powered

But if you wish to devise a power center that is a “man-i-infestation or a power” from a non-rotary center whether it be constructive or destructive, you must do so from an elliptical shape that form the center. The meaning of elliptical is from the Greek elleiptikos which means defective and as we are food for the moon and human batteries powering the Matrix, you will find that the moon also follows an elliptical path around the Earth.

Bryce again emphasizes the mold in the upper crest and also the bodies and bones contained in this area along with the roots of trees which I contend creates an organic spiritual internet for whoever lives there and owns these “fungal computer terminals” which would be a similar science to what I discussed in my article, The mycelium network of fungal infected Geniuses who built our world

Bryce had written;

“Beginning on the crest of the mound, the mould was removed over a considerable space, and though some trouble was found from the presence of the roots of the growing trees, yet three or four feet from the surface human bones and skeletons began to occur. In some cases, a complete skeleton was found, in other cases what seemed to be a circle of skulls, buried alongside charred bones, fragments of pottery and other articles.

Several different excavations were made on the mound surface, and it was found that every part from the base to the crest contained bones and skeletons, to the depth of from six to ten feet as already said; bones and articles of interest were found thus far; deeper than this nothing. I shall now describe the articles found in this mound, and refer in some cases to what has been found in the other mounds of the Takawgamis.”

Now, let’s get back to the Grand Mound and the Rainy River…

Along with having some of the best sturgeon fishing in America, you will also find five sacred burial mounds and ancient villages developed approximately 2,500 years ago.

The Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS) acquired the historic site in 1970 but it has been closed to the public since 2002. MNHS director and CEO, Kent Whitworth had said;

“Grand Mound is part of an interconnected line of burial mounds that runs for 90 miles along the Canadian and U.S. sides of the Rainy River. The historical importance of this site cannot be understated, but we must protect it and provide education while also ensuring that Native people can care for the place where their ancestors lie.”

In my own assessment of these burial mounds and the magical rites associated with them, I believe that Kent Whitworth has it partially backward when he stated, “We must protect it” because that is not what these spirits that are buried there want, nor was it the intentions of these people for us to occupy this land.

With that said, we must “protect the American citizens” or either leave the area in its natural Native American state and let the true DNA ancestors of these people own and rule the land that we ignorantly have built upon or there must be a coordinated and massive bioremediation and restoration project to cleanse and purify these areas.

In researching the history of the very soil my family has lived upon and traveled, and also my knowledge of magic and the occult, I can now confidently say that there is a massive parasitic network underneath our feet that is adversarial to anyone and everyone who happens to become unknowingly enveloped in its mist.

For example, as it relates to the city of Ashland, Kentucky, it is built upon ancient Indian burial mounds as pointed out by Levenda that has a long history of massacres, senseless acts of violence and several serial killers who have “spawned out of this area” like Manson.

Lavenda said that while he was researching his book Sinister Forces, he read that Charles Manson had lived in Ashland some time and he even played on the mounds that were allegedly built by a Native American tribe called the Adena inhabited the Ohio and Mississippi river valley areas. He writes in his book how the mounds were excavated on two separate occasions and they were eventually left alone after the Boy Scouts restored them in 1984.

There was no official notice as to why the excavation of the Indian Mounds had ceased, but Lavenda speculated, “If there are evil spirits in Ashland, one wonders if they would be the souls of the ancient dead whose millennia-old sleep has been disturbed by businessmen and Boy Scouts” and later he says, “It seems someone was nervous.”

We know that Manson was the Bastard son of a son of a crazy Cincinnati prostitute and whose father was unknown, Charles Manson was born “no-name Maddox.” For all we know, his father could have been the devil but it was rumored that he may have been one of his mother’s Johns, a black cook, or a transient worker. (2) Manson had such a rough life that it was reported that as an infant, he was once traded by his mother “for a pitcher of beer” in a bar.

When he was just 6 years old, his mother, Kathleen Maddox was sent to jail for robbing a gas station with a ketchup bottle and then knocking out the clerk.

At 14 years old, Manson was sent to a notorious place that is reported to house and protect pedophile Roman Catholic priests called Boy’s Town. It was founded by Irish Catholic Priest, Edward Joseph Flanagan and has a long history of well-documented child crimes and pedophilia that lasts until this very day.

Boys Town sits on thirteen hundred acres and has seventy-six family homes that normally house over one hundred boys no matter their religion or race and they themselves are said to govern the village. All the delinquent boys who have been sent here had suffered from parental neglect, emotional, physical and or sexual abuse.

The children of Boys Town were described as having no fathers active in their lives so it is painfully obvious that the Catholic clergy invited them with what appears to be more than open arms and alms.

Apparently, the efforts of the priests had failed and his soul was far from saved…

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