Beyonce Accused of ‘Extreme Witchcraft’ by Former Drummer
Kimberly Thompson, Beyoncé’s former drummer, is accusing the singer of “extreme witchcraft,” The Blast reported on Thursday.
Thompson worked as Beyoncé’s drummer for seven years and is now asking for a restraining order against her former boss, alleging that Beyoncé is involved in “dark magic” and “magic spells of sexual molestation,” according to The Blast, which claims to have access to court documents detailing Thompson’s reasoning for a restraining order.
The specific type of witchcraft or rituals that Queen Bey supposedly practices remains unclear. However, Thompson reportedly believes that the singer was using “extreme witchcraft” and utilizing these spells to tap her phone and control her finances, all to keep the drummer under surveillance. These actions are reportedly part of a harassment campaign orchestrated by Beyoncé against Thompson.
Beyonce Knowles performs onstage during 2018 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival Weekend 1 at the Empire Polo Field on April 14 in Indio, California. A former drummer has accused the music icon of witchcraft. Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Coachella
Thompson’s request for a restraining order was denied by a judge, according to The Blast. None of this information has been confirmed. Thompson had given no reason why she thinks Beyoncé would come after her in such a way.
Beyoncé is a self-proclaimed “boss,” so it’s expected that she run a tight ship with regards to the people who work for and with her. In an interview with Nylon in 2016, Thompson recalled having to get Bey’s approval before getting a mohawk hairstyle. “I couldn’t have done it without Beyoncé’s approval,” Thompson said. “I had to show it to her, and she had to say, ‘OK.’” It’s a part of her packaging and branding. She agreed with it. She loved it.”
Being a boss, however, is not necessarily an indicator for witchcraft.
It is well-known that Beyoncé and her husband, Jay-Z, are intensely private regarding their personal lives. It won’t soon be forgotten that Tiffany Haddish was asked to sign a nondisclosure agreement after letting it slip that someone bit Beyoncé at an afterparty. There is also a rumor that Bey and Jay are involved in the Illuminati, the secret society, though they have denied this.
Pro-pedophilia Messages Now being Embedded in Hollywood
The new children’s film “Show Dogs” has officially been pulled from theaters after parents everywhere sounded the alarm about its grossly pro-pedophilia plot line.
It all started when Terina Maldonado of the popular “Macaroni Kid” blog published a blog article about the movie’s shocking and highly inappropriate content.
According to Maldonado’s review of the film, which she saw with her family at an advanced screening, it basically centers around a talking police dog named Max and his human partner, Frank, who are tasked with rescuing a kidnapped baby panda from a prestigious dog show. The dog apparently uses his “street smarts” to outperform his competition, engaging in slap-stick and other comedic gags along the way.
Like many children’s films with animated characters, each is played by a popular Hollywood voice that the audience is sure to recognize, including names like Ludacris the rapper and popular actor Will Arnett. There are also plenty of cute, fluffy dogs for viewers to look at while they journey along through the world of show dogs.
It’s all fun and games until it comes time for Max to face his biggest challenge in the film: having his private parts inspected as part of the competitive process. Unlike the other dogs, Max has never had to endure any sort of groping, despite being “a tough dog from New York,” so naturally his partner Frank has to ease him into the process.
This is where the film “Show Dogs” takes what Maldonado describes “a dark and disturbing” turn for the worse. After repeatedly resisting Frank’s advances early on, Max finally reaches the day where he has no choice but to let the judge touch him in order to win the competition, so he reluctantly agrees.
“The judge’s hands slowly reach behind Max and he goes to his ‘zen place,'” writes Maldonado about perhaps the most disturbing scene in the film. “He’s flying through the sky, dancing with his partner, there are fireworks and flowers – everything is great – all while someone is touching his private parts.”
Nothing like a little PizzaGate to go with your children’s moviesThe deeply disturbing message being conveyed here – and to children, no less – is that, in order to achieve what you want in life, sometimes you have to let other people do things to you that are uncomfortable and invasive. In this case, allowing someone to touch your private parts could be a necessary requirement in order to “win” a competition.
This is how many actors and actresses make it in Hollywood, after all – and politicians in Washington, too. It’s actually been suggested that rape and pedophilia are obligatory “rites of passage” for many young stars and starlets to make it in the ‘biz, which is exactly what “Show Dogs” seems to be suggesting – using cute, fluffy animals, of course.
Since children have a natural inclination to not let people touch their private parts, films like “Show Dogs” seem to be trying to warm them up to the idea by making the characters animals and throwing in lots of humor. This is what Maldonado’s daughter apparently thought after seeing the scene, describing it as “her favorite part of the movie” because of the “funny reaction he had.”
The Hollywood perverts who came up with the idea likely intended for children viewing the film to have this exact reaction. Had it been actual children on-screen and some creep like Harvey Weinstein depicted trying to grab them, well, it wouldn’t have been funny at all, for one. Second, it wouldn’t have passed the censors as a film appropriate for viewing, especially by children.
So instead, Hollywood resorts to embedding its perversions into happy and hilarious cartoon characters that most people won’t even realize were created to brainwash them.
“Disturbingly, these are similar tactics child abusers use when grooming children – telling them to pretend they are somewhere else and that they will get a reward for withstanding their discomfort,” says Karen Hawkins from the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) about the film.
“Children’s movies must be held to a higher standard, and must teach children bodily autonomy, the ability to say ‘no’ and safety, not confusing messages endorsing unwanted genital touching.”
Writer, Ethan Huff
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Corey Feldman: ‘Demonic’ Force Motivated Him to Expose Alleged Pedophiles in Hollywood
By Emily Gaudette On Friday, November 17, 2017 - 12:18
Update | Corey Feldman was one of the biggest child stars of the 1980s, appearing in films like Gremlins (1984),The Goonies (1985) and Stand By Me (1986). On screen he often provided wisecracking comic relief, but behind the scenes Feldman’s life was much darker. At 15, he was emancipated from his parents. He fought a very public battle with drug addiction. And, as he has spoken about increasingly in recent years, he says he was molested as a child by several powerful figures in Hollywood.
In the past month, Feldman has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show twice. The first time he accused actor John Grissom of abusing him. On Monday, he returned, and, with the support of Dr. Mehment Oz, was able to name another alleged abuser, Alphy Hoffman, the one-time owner of Alphy's Soda Pop, a private L.A. club for show biz kids, open between 1986 and 1989. Feldman has also talked more about the abuse his friend Corey Haim suffered when he was a child star. (In 2010, the 38-year-old Haim died suddenly of apparent natural causes.)
Newsweek spoke to Feldman about publicly naming the men he says molested him and Haim, becoming a vocal advocate for victims of abuse and his plans to crowdfund a film about pedophilia in Hollywood.
What motivated you to start naming your abusers? Did something change in the last few months?
It was almost demonic, really. First of all, the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke. When that happened, people in my life who know my background were suddenly saying, “Corey, do it now, you have to name these guys now.” I made a statement on Twitter saying I appreciated all the women coming forward, but that my experience with predators in Hollywood was different. I didn’t name anyone, and when I woke up the next day I had gained 30,000 new followers out of nowhere. It was insanity.
You described this moment as “demonic.” What do you mean by that?
I’m not invested in the Bible, I’m a Jew. But the more I talk about good versus evil, and the more I try to identify evil in the world, I’m hearing from friends that a lot of this sounds like signs of the end times. I believe that pedophilia in Hollywood is the symptom of a huge network motivated by dark forces. People cover up stories like this for power, for greed, and they choose to ignore victims because they don’t want to have to think about what they did or didn’t do that led to kids being in harm’s way.
Just by talking about pedophiles having assaulted me and my best friend, I’ve unearthed this collection of Twitter accounts with no more than 100 followers each, accounts that were made days before they started sending nasty, sarcastic, mocking messages at me. Every time I mention that I was victimized, or that there are still pedophiles in the film industry, it’s this flood of negativity and anger, just dark and nasty messages. I go to their pages to block them, and it’s all pictures of machine guns and skulls and crossbones. Where do these people even come from?
How do you cope with negative blowback?
People like to bring up the period when I was a kid, addicted to drugs and acting crazy or whatever. But what’s funny about that? I was addicted because I had survived being molested, and I was in incredible pain. I’m a man now, I’ve recovered, but I think the very fact that I’m here bothers a lot of people. They don’t want to ask themselves why I went through a period of difficulty like that.
You’ve talked about what your friend Corey Haim experienced as a child actor. But his mother, Judy, has said that some of your claims about her son are not true.
Well, I don’t want to go into that. All I’ll say is that I know she’s in pain and that I have an open invitation to talk with her if she wants it. The last time we spoke, we exchanged emails about a month ago, and she was clearly very angry, sending nasty things and accusing me of lying. I’m not here to get into a war with Corey’s mom. That won’t help anybody. I just want her to find a place where she can heal and accept the pain that her son went through. I’m just saying, the truth is extremely painful.
As you’ve described from your own experiences, we’re seeing adults sexualizing child actors who are working in Hollywood today. What advice would you give those kids?
Well, first of all, I’d advise their parents to never leave them unattended. Ever. Period. I don’t care if they’re 14 and they want to go to a party with the adult cast, you go with them. It doesn’t matter what someone’s reputation is or how successful they are. Knowing all that you know about the industry, I truly believe leaving your child alone on set or at a party is negligence. Straight up negligence.
There’s this story that keeps repeating itself [about] child stars who are adored by adults [who are] always talking to them and hovering around them. And then we all decide they don’t have talent anymore. And when they turn to drugs or have difficult lives, we mock them. We force them on reality TV or TV movies or, worse, we offer them parts where they have to make fun of themselves. I’ve been offered tens of thousands of dollars for a one-day shoot, just to come in and play myself on some show, talk about how crazy I am. And I think, “No. You know what? No. The Hollywood machine chewed me up, and now people would rather put me somewhere else where I’ll shut up, so they don’t have to face what happened.” I could give you so many names of young actors whose talent didn’t disappear, they just got forced out of the industry because it’s poisonous...
Like who? Can you share some names?
Alright, Rick Schroder. You ever see The Champ? That kid delivered an all-time performance for children. I’m talking one of the most inspiring performances ever on film. That guy should have gone on to win 20 Academy Awards, but he didn’t. He’s obscured. Why? It’s not like talent disappears. Soleil Moon Frye, Alfonso Ribeiro. I don’t want to make it seem like I’m calling people out, and I’m not saying they were victimized by predators. I’m just saying we don’t treat our young talents well at all. It goes all the way back to Shirley Temple, who disappeared from movies once studios got enough of her image as a kid. We use children. We’re using them.
So how do you see yourself working to fix this? What’s your role in changing the system?
I’ve got a feature film I want to produce, about all the ways we victimize children in Hollywood. My dream is producing it, getting it to screen in four cities, and then if we make enough money, we expand nationwide.
Why a film and not some other kind of project, like a documentary?
Well, a couple reasons. First, I’ve given all the information I gave to the police already, and nothing happened. If I just came out and identified all the abusers of children I’m aware of, I’d be buried under lawsuits for years and years. This way, I can hide under the umbrella of the corporation formed to make the film. Second, if I’m overseeing a film like this, I can make damn sure that no one who walks through those doors has a history of predation: No arrests, no domestic violence, no lingering accusations that didn’t go anywhere, nothing. The dream is to eventually build a film studio, to make films and projects that put good in the world, and to maintain that safety for everyone working on the projects.
How can people help you in getting the film made?
I know most people can’t afford to give much, but honestly, just sending messages with #istandwithcorey helps. Or #preserveinnocence. I’ve watched several of my A-list friends donate, but for the most part it’s crickets. All these studio execs and VCs I’ve worked with before, they act like I don’t exist.
All this news you hear is adding to this national idea that Hollywood is a cesspool, that it’s full of selfish, evil people instead of artists who want to do what they love. I’m trying to change that, to turn it inside out and make it better from the inside. I fear that after all these victims come out and name their abusers, the system will just close back around them and nothing will have changed.
You can donate to Corey Feldman’s film on child victimization in Hollywood on Indiegogo
Occult Worship – Hollywood’s Other Dirty Secret That Everyone Knows Of But No One Talks About
Buck Rogers, Writer
The avalanche of revelations about the perverted and predatory sexual underbelly of Hollywood and the entertainment industry is long overdue. It has always been an open secret of sorts, but the whole house is coming down right now as more people are suddenly feeling empowered to speak out, and the media is finally ready to listen and take seriously to the stories of victims.
But what if pedophilia and the sexual harassment of women in entertainment is only a symptom and not actually the disease?
Just below the surface, hidden in plain sight in Hollywood is the overwhelming influence of the occult and the esoteric schools of ancient black magic. It has always been present in this industry because those who seek power in our world have long recognized that television, film and music are the most efficient and important roadways into the public psyche and the collective conscience.
Many have warned us about this for years, composing volumes of books and videos, gathering evidence of this bizarre conspiracy.
“Hollywood is, as David Lynch titles it, an “inland empire” – a kind of covenantal city-state of its own, with its own religion, including all the trappings of neophytes, acolytes, servants, agents, star saints, hierophants and hierarchs and holy sites. It is a veritable polis of initiatory esoterica where the holy sites and rites of Hollywood are not the altars of mainstream religion, but another ancient religion, ultimately summed up in the epithet of the ancient mysteries. The ancient mysteries comprise the competing religious practices of the empires of old, but the one empire that seems to have achieved the most appropriate association with Hollywood is Babylon – the “gate of the gods”.” ~Jay Dyer
Clues appear in the form of symbols and the use of symbolic set and setting in order to introduce occult memes into the subconscious. Subliminal messages packed with sexual innuendo including veiled pornographic images and reproductive anatomy are vaguely concealed in films. Music videos are laden with satanic imagery and overtly demonic themes.
Here is a compilation of examples of this in many of Disney’s children’s films:
Here is a compilation of Iluminati and satanic symbols appearing in music videos. There are hundreds of more examples of this that are quite easy to find.
Illuminati symbolism is a recurring theme, often resurfacing as the chosen celebrity covering one eye. The symbol of the one eye is of course the same single eye that watches from atop the symbolic pyramid, a symbol on our money and scattered throughout the political world.
There are so many instances of actors, musicians and pop stars being photographed with one eye covered that it defies the definition of coincidence. Here is a collage with just a tiny fraction of available examples.
Hollywood has its own hidden language that is stunningly pervasive in entertainment media, with recurring themes applied over again in new contexts. There is so much to it that it cannot be ignored, but you don’t see it until you’ve been introduced to it. Once you see, though, you see it everywhere.
The themes are applied in so many productions that it utterly defies coincidence, which means there must be some greater unifying message or purpose to it all. Based on the type of symbols and when looked at in the historical context of esoteric religious movement, Egyptian theology, Babylonian mythology, Satan worship and so on, Hollywood and the movie industry is clearly working to serve a particular idealogical movement.
The worship of dark and satanic forces has historically been linked to human sacrifice, pedophilia, sexual perversion, ego worship, celebrity worship, fragmentation of the individual psyche into controllable parts, mind control and corruption of the soul. The use of the occult and its symbols is a methodology employed to weaken the power of the individual and to create psychological slaves. It is a serious form of mind control.
While there certainly is reason to applaud the growing tidal wave of truth about Hollywood, one can only hope that these revelations ultimately go all the way to the core of the depravity in Hollywood, and that we can finally liberate our culture from these dark influences.
Read More: Waking Times
Walt Disney Company May Face Multiple Lawsuits as Harvey Weinstein's Sexual Allegations Continue
Michael Eisner and Jeffrey Katzenberg, who ran the Walt Disney Company during the Harvey Weinstein years (1993-2005), have both denied any knowledge of Weinstein's alleged sexual misconduct during those years. This would include any sexual harassment settlements made during that time. The Weinstein Company also denies any knowledge. These denials could be tested in a court of law should those alleging harassment and abuse choose to press the issue of corporate liability.
In 1979, two brothers from the outer boroughs of New York, Bob and Harvey Weinstein, had a dream and founded Miramax. Named after their parents, Miriam and Max, the company specialized in distributing smaller films, independent products the studios were not interested in.
The big time arrived in 1989 with the distribution of director Steven Soderbergh's Sex, Lies and Videotape, a smash that changed independent film forever.
What followed was more success than failure, and even some Oscar gold. To capitalize on their good fortune, rather than take the company public, the brothers decided to sell, and in June of 1993, the Walt Disney Co. purchased Miramax for $60 million.
With almost total independence, Harvey and Bob stayed on. The rocky relationship between the volatile but successful brothers and the stuffy parent company lasted 12 years.
In March of 2005, the brothers bolted Disney, left their beloved company behind, and founded The Weinstein Company.
Throughout these three decades, according to those who have just come forward, Harvey allegedly harassed, groped, and even raped numerous young women, many of them employed by his company in various capacities, including as actresses. Other alleged victims claim he used the promise/threat of employment to lure them into compromising situations.
Moreover, during this time, according to the New York Times, Weinstein settled no fewer than eight sexual harassment claims. One we know of goes back to 1997, when Miramax was owned by the Walt Disney Company.
As this scandal widens, it is becoming more and more obvious that this alleged behavior by Weinstein (without being specific, he admits and denies the allegations) was not a secret to everyone in Hollywood. Many, including actress Jessica Chastain, say outright that Weinstein's predatory ways were openly discussed, that she was warned about working for him.
Which brings me back to the issue of corporate liability.
If, sometime between the years 1993 and 2005, when it owned Miramax, Disney was aware of Weinstein's behavior, Disney was obligated to protect its employees, including young actresses like Gwyneth Paltrow and Rose McGowan, who claim to have been harassed, including Asia Argento who claims Weinstein raped her in 1997.
Outside of the "open secret," another issue that makes one wonder about Disney's moral, ethical, and legal liability, is the settlements.
Unless Weinstein settled using his own money, which is unlikely, how could Disney not know about corporate money spent for sexual harassment settlements?
My colleague Joel Pollak, an attorney, sees a potential liability:
As more alleged victims come forward, it is possible that some could decide to sue Disney for failing to exercise its arguable duty, during its ownership of Weinstein's Miramax for more than a decade, to protect employees from a sexually predatory boss - if, in fact, Disney knew or had reason to know of his behavior.
By failing to intervene early, those in a position to hold Weinstein accountable arguably allowed him to continue his abusive behavior and could now conceivably face legal liability from victims - at least from those who did not sign the settlement agreements that have been revealed.
Pollak informs me that the same can be said of The Weinstein Company, the corporation formed by Harvey and Bob in 2005. The Weinstein Company may have fired Harvey, but brother Bob remains, as does any potential corporate liability.
And what about Bob? Did he not know about his own business partner's-his own brother's-settlements?
The women who have already accepted settlements from Weinstein probably cannot sue as a term of accepting that settlement.
But all those women who claim to have been harassed by Weinstein, those who have not sued, could very well have a case against both Disney and The Weinstein Company.
If one or both of those corporations knew what Harvey was allegedly up to, and did nothing to protect its employees, this scandal, which is already the biggest in Hollywood history, is only getting started.
Harvey Weinstein Scandal Inspires Creation of Website That Allows Victims of Entertainment Industry to Document Abuse
Harvey Weinstein Scandal Inspires Creation of Website That Allows Victims of Entertainment Industry to Document and Report Abuse
The recent revelations of the sexual abuse of mega elite Hollywood mogul and fundraiser for the chrony Clinton family, Harvey Weinstein, prove that Hollywood, the mainstream media, and even government officials will cover for or look the other way as sexual predators act out their sick fantasies in front of them.
As the NY Times reports, this sexual harassment did occur in front of everyone and no one said anything about it. He had an elaborate system reliant on the cooperation of others: Assistants often booked the meetings, arranged the hotel rooms and sometimes even delivered the talent, then disappeared, the actresses and employees recounted. They described how some of Mr. Weinstein's executives and assistants then found them agents and jobs or hushed actresses who were upset.
Even CNN got in on the action by bashing the person who they vehemently defended during the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton.
On Tuesday morning, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, the Democratic party's 2016 vice presidential nominee, sat down for an interview on CNN's "New Day." Asked about the allegations of sexual harassment against Harvey Weinstein, the deposed Hollywood mogul, Kaine said: "Any leader should condemn this. These allegations are low-life behavior."
By that definition, the last two Democratic presidents as well as the party's 2016 nominee are not leaders.
While this news should come as no surprise to those who've been paying attention to the claims of abuse inside Hollywood, the recent and negative exposure given to the Hollywood elite is helping to garner attention to this long depraved practice inside the terrifying world known as Tinseltown.
As the elite point fingers at one another over who should distance themselves further from this sexual predator, internet sensation Kim Dotcom took to Twitter to propose an actual solution.
Pointing out the horrid nature of the film industry and their lust for sexual abuse and even slavery, Dotcom began Tweeting his idea to solve this problem.
Dotcom's plan to expose the depraved ways of the elite is to have victims come forward and work for justice under the protection of an attorney.
To do this, Dotcom is asking for folks to build a secure website on which victims of the Hollywood elite can document their abuse and seek damages for their actions.
Making sure to let everyone know he was fully aware of the horror show that is Hollywood sex abuse, Dotcom retweeted a video of a Cory Feldman interview in which Feldman exposed the sadistic acts of Hollywood pedophiles.
While looking through the replies to his request for someone to build a website to document abuse, it appears that there are several people willing to accomplish this task. Now, the only hard part is getting the victims to come forward. When a victim comes forward, they are normally tarred and feathered in the mainstream media and made to look like fools. Even when their stories are corroborated by others, nothing happens to those responsible.
As the Free Thought Project reported last year, childhood star turned adult actor Elijah Wood, also claimed Hollywood is in the midst of a massive sexual abuse scandal, which can be compared to that of Jimmy Savile in Britain.
Wood came forward in an interview to blow the lid off the dark underground world of child acting in Hollywood.
In the interview with the Sunday Times, Wood dropped a bombshell, noting how child actors were regularly "preyed upon" by industry figures.
"Clearly something major was going on in Hollywood," said Wood. "It was all organized."
What Wood is talking about is the rampant sexual abuse of child actors, which has been previously exposed by Corey Feldman as well as Corey Haim.
In an episode of their reality TV show, The Two Coreys, a candid fight broke out during which Haim claimed Feldman stood by and watched as a person Feldman "still hangs out with" and is "best friends with" proceeded to "rape" the 14-year-old Haim.
"There are a lot of vipers in this industry, people who only have their own interests in mind," continued Elijah Wood in his interview. "There is a darkness in the underbelly - if you can imagine it, it's probably happened."
Wood says the abuse runs unchecked because the victims "can't speak as loudly as people in power."
"That's the tragedy of attempting to reveal what is happening to innocent people," he said. "They can be squashed but their lives have been irreparably damaged."
Wood is referring to the immense power of Hollywood elites to control the narrative and quash any allegations of abuse before they even happen.
This narrative is so controlled that after Wood made these comments, the very next day the mainstream media attacked him and forced him to downplay them.
Indeed, this control over the narrative is so strong, that the NY Times, the paper who just exposed Weinstein, could've done so over a decade ago - but chose not to.
On Sunday, reporter Sharon Waxman wrote a piece for The Wrap that said that the New York Times had quashed her investigation into Weinstein's sexual misconduct back in 2004.
In her original report, Waxman tracked down Fabrizio Lombardo, the head of Miramax Italy. She traveled to Italy and discovered that Lombardo knew nothing about filmmaking. He was reportedly being paid $400,000 in less than a year to "take care of Weinstein's women needs." At the time, Disney, the then-parent company of Miramax, told Waxman that they had no idea Lombardo existed.
The fact that Weinstein is getting exposed for his alleged past abuses is a major blow to the depravity taking place behind the silver screen. Americans would do wise, as Kim Dotcom has done, and let this instance shine a light into the darkness of Hollywood-instead of serving as a distraction from the rest of the atrocious crimes.