June 3, 2012
In previous posts that highlighted certain red flags from various depravities (monsters, psychopaths, medical cartel, financial frauds, media disinformation, corporate corruptions, social engineering, political corruptions, etc.) we saw two common threads: psychopathy and demonic possession.
Psychopathy is organic brain damage, which may be inherited or inflicted. Possession is the takeover of a human being by spiritual evil, which may also be inherited or inflicted.
Another form of depravity has been making its way into the news with recent events: cannibalism.
- In Baltimore, Alexander Kinyua, 21, killed his roommate, dismembered him, ate part of his brain and all of his heart
- In Miami, Rudy Eugene, 34, overpowered a homeless man and then chewed off his nose, mouth and eyes
- In Ottawa, Luka Rocco Magnotta, 29, killed another man, dismembered him, ate part of his heart and put two body parts in the mail
Cannibalism is nothing new, it has been a hallmark of pagan religions and primitive societies for thousands of years. Last year, a Pakastani court convicted two brothers of the necro-cannibalizing corpses in Sargodha. It was later reported by the Times of India that the two men had also killed and consumed their own children.
With the social engineering supported by diminished food and information, the masses have yet to awaken to the possibility that we are all cannibals. A host of USDA-approved companies use ingredients from fetuses in foods and beverages (roadkill is rendered and used in personal care products).
It’s been widely acknowledged in some circles that something is happening to hundreds of thousands of missing children who are never found. Processed meat is my guess.
Horrified? Me, too. And that’s exactly how they get away with it.