Wikileaks: Clinton campaign chair Podesta invited to Satanic ‘spirit cooking dinner’

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In an email released by Wikileaks, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, was invited to a Satanic “spirit cooking dinner” by performance artist Marina Abramovic.  The ritual, Paul Joseph Watson said, was founded by Satanist Aleister Crowley

“I am so looking forward to the Spirit Cooking dinner at my place,” Abramovic wrote Podesta’s brother, Tony, on June 28, 2015.  “Do you think you will be able to let me know if your brother is joining?” she asked, referring to John.

“Are you in NYC Thursday July 9,” Tony asked John.  “Marina wants you to come to dinner.”

The email chain ends at that point, so it’s unknown if John actually participated.

So what, exactly, is “spirit cooking?”  If you think it means cooking with liquor, you’d be missing the target.

Watson explains:

Spirit cooking refers to “a sacrament in the religion of Thelema which was founded by Aleister Crowley” and involves an occult performance during which menstrual blood, breast milk, urine and sperm are used to create a “painting”.

According to Marina Abramovic, if the ritual is performed in an art gallery, it is merely art, but if the ritual is performed privately, then it represents an intimate spiritual ceremony.


The Washington Times added:

“Spirit Cooking with Essential Aphrodisiac Recipes” was released by Ms. Abramovic in 1996, but the “ingredients” call for “fresh breast milk with fresh sperm milk” to be consumed “on earthquake nights.”

New York’s Museum of Modern Art called it a “cookbook” for “evocative instructions for actions or thoughts.” Another recipe calls for “fresh morning urine.”

Here’s a video explaining a “spirit dinner.”

Cassandra Fairbanks added:

Abramovic is known for her often-gory art that confronts pain and ritual. Her first performance involved repeatedly, stabbing herself in her hands. The next performance featured her throwing her nails, toenails, and hair into a flaming five-point star — which she eventually jumped inside of, causing her to lose consciousness.

During the next, she ingested a medication to treat people who are catatonic, which caused violent muscle spasms.

Perhaps most famously, in 1974, Abramovic placed 72 objects on a table, including a rose, a feather, honey, a whip, olive oil, scissors, a scalpel — and a gun and a single bullet. Alongside the items was a sign informing the audience that the items could be used on her in any way that they chose.

For six hours, she remained at the mercy of the audience, allowing them to do as they pleased. During that time, she was stripped, cut, and one audience member even held the gun to her head.

Michelle Malkin tweeted:

A lot of other people felt the same way — so much so that the hashtag #SpiritCooking began trending on Twitter.

One person said:


It’s enough to make me think that perhaps there’s something to this whole “Hillary-is-the-Antichrist” thing…

God help us — literally.


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