It’s getting harder to ignore Pizzagate

This article was originally published on 4/12/2016.

Graphic content warning: This article contains disturbing information and subject matter.  Several of the links in particular contain material which readers are likely to find upsetting, and made the editor physically sick.  Please do not follow these links without taking this warning into account. The subject is serious enough, however, that it deserves investigation.

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For several months now, thousands of citizen journalists have been conducting an amateur online investigation into a very dark and disturbing topic. Beginning on the link-sharing site Reddit, thousands of volunteers have been investigating occult rituals and possible evidence of an organized pedophile ring at the highest levels of America’s political establishment.

The growing pile of circumstantial evidence being unearthed by these citizen journalists reveals disturbing patterns, morbid themes and revolting imagery which are yet to be explained by the high-level people involved.

What has come to be known as Pizzagate began with the public release of Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta’s emails by WikiLeaks during the presidential campaign. Thousands of so-called ‘centipedes’ began self-organizing on Reddit to sift through and analyze the emails with the intention of finding useful information for the Trump campaign.

The focus of the amateur investigation shifted, however, when an email chain was discoveredbetween John Podesta, his brother lobbyist Tony Podesta and controversial performance artist and celebrity insider Marina Abramovic. The emails made reference to an occult ritual known as ‘spirit cooking’.

Spirit cooking is a stomach-turning, cabalistic ritual which involves the use of body fluids, pentagrams, mock dismembered body parts and the cutting of skin by the practitioner. According to Abramovic, if such practices are done publicly then they are to be considered art. If done in private, they are rituals. …

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