by Tom Horn & Steve Quayle
24 Hours of End-Times Discussions on MP3 (You need access to an MP3 player to listen to this programming)
In 1918, famed occultist, Aleister Crowley, attempted to create a magical vortex that would span the gap between the world of the seen and the unseen. Crowley’s ritual was called the Amalantrah Working and according to his records became successful when a presence manifested itself through the rift. He called this being “Lam” and drew a portrait of it. The startling image, detailed over ninety years ago, bears powerful similarity with “alien greys” of modern pop culture.
Nearly three decades after the Amalantrah Working, rocket scientist and co-founder of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Jack Parsons and his pal L. Ron Hubbard (Church of Scientology founder) conducted a second ritual called the “Babalon Working” in an attempt to reopen Crowley’s gateway. These men were not looking for Lam. They wanted to incarnate the Whore of Babylon—a demon child or gibborim—through a portal during ritual sex. Parsons wrote that the ceremony was successful and that at one point a brownish/yellow light came through the doorway and something invisible struck him, knocking a candle out of his hand.
He also wrote how a female child was conceived and would be born and grow up to become the most powerful female and feminist in the world. That was the year Hillary Clinton was born, and in Wikileaks it was discovered how powerful occultists around her and working with her seemed to believe she was the fulfillment of this ritual. They together with a Vatican spokeswoman also shared emails involving how 2017 would be the year of Official Disclosure of aliens. This is the topic of discussion on Shadow Hand!
Also included in the Shadow Hand!
* THE COMING ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE -Audio Series – 6 programs
* As It Was In The Days Of Noah: The Return Of The Nephilim- Audio Series – 5 programs
* PSYCHOTRONIC WARFARE: What In The Otherworld Is Going On? -Audio Series – 4 programs
* The Coming Replacement Humans -Audio Series – 6 programs
24 hours of discussions