Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

  • The weirdest, most confusing website I’ve seen in a looong time: Lika Diplomat (AKA Lika Valentino, AKA the Queen of Iraq). Badly mangled English + conspiranoid rants + incoherent woman who seems to think she deserves a place on the world stage = WTF?. (Please, don’t visit if you’re epileptic – those flashing clowns will mess you up.)
  • Mother’s Day is approaching, so be sure to put in your order for a book that will give her warm fuzzies all year long: Worldwide Evil and Misery: The Legacy of the 13 Satanic Bloodlines , by Robin de Ruiter. If it gets back ordered, dead flowers would be a suitable replacement.
  • Oh, gawd, please, no.

Swallowing the Camel’s theme-a-week format begins Monday! Like I mentioned, there’ll still be the Wednesday roundups and other stuff, but I’ll cover one general subject every week. First up: psychic detectives.

There will soon be updates to the post on Satanic ritual abuse/Susan Polk; I’m reading Carol Pogash’s book on the case, and it covers significantly more ground than Catherine Crier’s book. It’s so much worse than I thought…

On the helpful recommend of Anon, I’ll also be reading Dr. Bruce Perry’s account of the Satanic panic outbreak in Gilmer, Texas, in his book The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog.

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3 thoughts on “Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

  1. You are carrying as posting my name on your site, so a federal complaint has been filed against you.. by me…, and than next time pay close attention to my age in the picture on the site and my name with that face should not have been placed on your 30ish age site with no name…, you heard it correctly on the state of an address to the Nations…, you should have done your homework also in addition before you spoke of me by illegal use of my name on your site…,

  2. Pleasing to learn of the some of the England language before the time you have of complaining. My understanding of the words of which you have write is difficult.Also to learn of law, for which the posting of names and the linking of sites is not incorrect in the law.

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