New Age Mumbo Jumbo and the Channelling of Eleonor Roosevelt
In 1994, reeling from the Democrats’ defeat in congressional elections, Hillary Clinton, that otherwise apparently sane woman, invited five professional feel gooders to spend the weekend with her and Bill. They included Stephen Covey, author of the Seven Habits of Highly Successful People and Jean Houston, a self-styled “sacred psychologist” which is also co-director of the Foundation for Mind Research. As the weekend wore on, it was increasingly dominated by Hillary’s own problems. In order to find some inspiration to solve those ‘problems’ Houston and the latter-day Joan conducted seances in which they consulted Clinton’s ‘spiritual archetypes’, Eleanor Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi. When it came out, the reaction of Republicans to Wackygate was uncharacteristically muted… Engaging in conversations with Eleanor Roosevelt’s ghost seems, as Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch tartly observed, ”a little flaky.” Even without seances, crystal balls and Ouija boards, it’s a strike against Hillary Clinton’s stability. Immediately she was ridiculed as being like Nancy Reagan, who had the habit of consulting astrologers about her husband’s travel schedule.  Mrs. Clinton’s spokeswoman, Lisa Caputo, is quoted in the Sun-Times as saying the first lady’s interest in Houston is no secret. Anthropologist Mary Catherine Bateson, daughter of famed anthropologist Margaret Mead, joined her in sessions of imaginary conversations.  Houston later told the New York Times that this was more “brainstorming” session than séance, but all the same, a conjuring: “an imaginative exercise to force her ideas, to think about how Eleanor would have responded to a particular problem.” 
The work of Houston and her husband, Robert E. L. Masters, went well beyond the typical goofy New Age stuff. Houston was widely known for her work delving into altered consciousness, the spirit world, and psychic experiences, and who in the 1960s had reportedly conducted experiments with LSD. Houston and Masters did channeling in the past. Masters had his patients channel the Egyptian god Sekhmet. In her book, Public Like a Frog: Entering the Lives of Three Great Americans, Houston introduced three individuals that she said were available to be contacted through a trance or altered state of consciousness: Thomas Jefferson, Emily Dickenson, and Helen Keller. Somewhere along the line, Eleanor Roosevelt also presumably made herself available.  According to Jon Klimo, an expert on the subject, these range from full-trance channeling to sleep channeling, dream channeling, light-trance channeling, clairaudient channeling, clairvoyant channeling, open channeling, and physical channeling, among others. Some of these involve the use of Ouija boards, while others manifest themselves in scary forms like levitation and voice alteration. Among them, clairaudient channeling sounds closest to what Hillary was reportedly doing with Houston; it involves relaxing oneself in either a fully conscious or mildly altered state of consciousness and then listening to one’s “innerself.” Hillary was not, as far as we know, levitating above a table in the White House. Nonetheless, what Hillary was involved with had the potential to be dangerous, and is widely condemned by the vast majority of Protestant denominations. 
Houston, who felt that “being Hillary Clinton was like being Mozart with his hands cut off”, concluded that Hillary was enduring some kind of “female crucifixion.” What does this mean and what was Mrs. Clinton’s reaction to their characterization? According to Bob Woodward, Houston had come to the grandiose conclusion that Hillary was personally carrying the burden of 5,000 years of women being subservient to men—nearly the entire history of female subservience had been tossed upon the back of Hillary Rodham Clinton. This was her cross to bear. Now, affirmed Houston, history was at a turning point, on the brink of genuine gender equality, and it was Hillary alone who could turn the tide—another Joan of Arc. Houston reportedly told Hillary that, next to Joan of Arc, she was there on the front line as arguably the most pivotal woman in all of human history. But she was a victim, a sufferer of bitter, unjustified personal attack; she was, said Houston, like Mozart, history’s greatest composer, but with his hands cut off. Although Houston herself did not articulate the image, “she felt that Hillary was going through a female crucifixion.” Nonetheless, said Woodward, Houston told Hillary she would prevail. She must persevere, as the new possibilities for the world’s women were too much for her to cast aside. Apparently, Houston helped Hillary identify a couple of means for fulfilling her global, millennial potential: Hillary should proceed with the book on childcare that had been germinating, and she should attend that U.N. conference on women in early September 1995, specifically, the Fourth World Conference on Women in—of all places—Beijing, to be held September 4-15. There, of course, feminists hoped to save the world by winning for women a global right to legally abort children. 
So… this is how it happened. One afternoon Houston, who had previously been invited to Camp David, joined Clinton in “the solarium, a sun parlor with three sides of glass windows perched atop the White House. It was afternoon and they all sat around a circular table, joined by several members of the First Lady’s staff. One was making a tape recording of the session.” (Ah, ha.) “Fresh fruit, popcorn and pretzels had been set out.”  Houston asked Clinton to imagine Eleanor Roosevelt walking down a hall, and to describe her and talk with her about “the possible future of the children.” Clinton did these things, and then Houston asked her to “open herself up to Mrs. Roosevelt as a way of looking at her own capacities and place in history. Houston regarded it as a classic technique, practiced by Machiavelli, who used to talk to ancient men. What might Eleanor say? What is your message to her? she asked Hillary  Reports say that Mrs. Clinton had talks with Roosevelt and Mohandas Gandhi. Obviously, from the Bible’s point of view, if there was contact with any spirits, they were not the spirits of the dead, but demons.  Mrs. Clinton wont venture on this subject. She said, “Now I’m sure that there will be a talk show host somewhere who will point out with great glee that I have gone over the edge and am talking to myself and to Mrs. Roosevelt on a regular basis, but I believe that the world, and particularly our country, would be better off if we all spent a little time talking with Mrs. Roosevelt . . .”  Mrs. Clinton wrote about her imaginary conversations with Eleanor Roosevelt in her June 10 column. She said she talked to Roosevelt about the role of a first lady. “She usually responds by telling me to buck up, or at least to grow skin as thick as a rhinoceros,” Mrs. Clinton wrote.  Interestingly, when Houston suggested that Mrs. Clinton have a conversation with Jesus Christ, the first lady declined saying that it would be “too personal” . Incredibly, the United Methodist Bishop of Arkansas, Richard Wilke, endorsed Mrs. Clinton’s involvement with necromancy, saying, “I think it’s marvelous that she’s having experiences like this, ” adding that Mrs. Clinton is “one of the most profound lay theologians in the United Methodist Church”.  This is simply evidence which shows how deficient in biblical discernment and godly wisdom many church leaders are today.
At the dedication for the Four Freedoms Park, in 2012, President Bill Clinton joked about this incident. In his remarks, the former president said his wife “was known to commune” with Eleanor Roosevelt, who died in November 1962, and that Roosevelt gave Hillary a message for him this week. “A special thanks to the members of the Roosevelt family who are here,” Mr. Clinton said. “And the one who is not, Eleanor, who made sure that the four freedoms were included in the preamble to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948.” “I know that because, as all of you famously learned when I served as president, my wife, now the secretary of state, was known to commune with Eleanor on a regular basis,” he continued. “And so she called me last night on her way home from Peru to remind me to say that. That Eleanor had talked to her and reminded her that I should say that.”  
This is not the first time a connection between Hillary Clinton and Eleanor Roosevelt has been made. While she was campaigning for president in 2007, then-Sen. Clinton said she found inspiration in the words of Roosevelt. “She said, ‘You know, if you’re going to be involved in politics you have to grow skin as thick as a rhinoceros,’” she told an audience of female political activists, according to the New York Daily News. “So occasionally, I’ll be sitting somewhere and I’ll be listening to someone perhaps not saying the kindest things about me. And I’ll look down at my hand and I’ll sort of pinch my skin to make sure it still has the requisite thickness I know Eleanor Roosevelt expects me to have,” she said.  Eleanor Roosevelt was extremely controversial, particularly in the areas of civil liberties, human and housing rights. J. Edgar Hoover himself, the director of the FBI, asked his agents to keep careful watch on her, compiling a massive file. Her behavior and the fact of her independence had many critics, who were put off and appalled: she was called ugly, old, and incessantly prodding. At her announcement, Clinton alluded to her own setbacks. “Lord knows I’ve made my share of mistakes,” she said. “Well, there’s no shortage of people pointing them out.” Roosevelt pushed ahead. And so, too, has Clinton. “I’ve been called many things by many people,” she told her audience on Roosevelt Island. “Quitter is not one of them.” 
Hillary’s New Age Retreat at Hilton Head
Hillary’s New Age beliefs are also evidenced by her and Bill’s attendance each year at the Renaissance Weekend held at Hilton Head, South Carolina, a posh ressort island. Several hundred specially invited guests annually meet in Hilton Head for this New Age retreat. The agenda includes numerous pop psychology and others thinky-feely, New Age topics. Among the participants, in addition to the Clintons: David Gergen, presidential advisor; Education Secretary Richard Riley; humor columnist Art Buchwald; former Bush speechwritter Peggy Noonan (who reportedly gave President Bush the “1000 points of light” theme), and Olympic gold medalist Edwin Moses. Proceedings and comments are “off-the-record” and are kept confidential; otherwise, there would be plenty of embarassment all around when ordinary America discovered how fruitcake and nutty its leaders really are! 
Hillary’s Personal Guru: Michael Lerner
One of the most profound abnormalities of the psychopathic mind is its inclinaison to latch its teeth, like a growling bulldog, onto and idea or set of dogma taught by a guru. Political and cultural gurus are common among Hillary’s Helicats. And who is Hillary’s own personal guru? It appears that Michael Lerner, a left-winger who evaded the draft during the Vietnam War, holds that distinction. Lerner, publisher of the offbeat, touchy-feely, Jewish journal Tikkun, helped Hillary develop her ‘Politics of Meaning” and “reconstruction of society” themes. In Marlin Maddoux’s outstanding newsletter, Freedom Club Report, Marlin discusses the odd, guru-student relationship of Lerner and Clinton:
An ominous sign if the ideology-driven White House agenda is the relationship between Hillary Clinton and her newly-found political guru, Michael Lerner. Lerner has recently gained some fame with articles in “politics of meaning.” At a recent White House reception, Hillary saw Lerner and exclaimed, “Am I your mouthpiece or what?”
In a nutshell who exactly is Michael Lerner? He is a former leader of the Student for a Democratic Society (SDS), a 1960’s mob of rioters, at the University of California at Berkeley. He is a former economics professor at Berkeley who a colleague described as turning his class into ” a little Marxist cell.” He is a militant who once told a newspaper “I dig Karl Marx,” and posed in front of a communist flag. Lerner also married one of his students by performing the wedding ceremony himself, decorating his cake with the words “smash monogamy”. Of course the marriage didn’t last long. Reading Lerner’s quotes, he sounds like he wants to turn industries into worker discussion groups, school into group psychotherapy sessions, and foreign policy into a big 1960’s love-in. But at the same time, he and Hillary would keep the Bible and prayer out of school, along with family values like sexual abstinence and the Ten Commandments.  In 2005 Lerner became chair of The Network of Spiritual Progressives whose mission was to “challenge the materialism and selfishness in American society and to promote an ethos of love, generosity, and awe and wonder at the grandeur of the universe.” They have since sponsored national conferences on both the East and West Coast. In 2007 Lerner launched a campaign for a “Global Marshall Plan”.
Hillary Clinton and Witchcraft
A just-retired Secret Service agent who spent five years on Hillary Clinton’s protective detail has told a Newsmax source that “only one word adequately describes that woman: witch.” (NewsMax March 20, 2001). He may be just about right… Another former Clinton operative say he this is true in the litteral sense. Larry Nichols is a former Green Beret and a longtime associate of Bill Clinton. The two men first met in the late 1970s when Bill was an up-and-coming politician. When Bill was Arkansas governor, Nichols was the marketing director of the Arkansas Development Finance Authority, an Arkansas state agency that was one of the entities investigated by the Senate Whitewater Committee. On June 24, 2015, interviewed by Alex Jones for InfoWars, Nichols dropped another bombshell. He said, beginning at the 28:44 mark in the audio above:
Back when Hillary was first lady, she would go home on the weekends to California with Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and some of the [inaudible] women, and they went to a church for witches. Witches,witches, witches…. You know that lady that was tryin’ to run for the Senate and sometimes she’d gone to some place where they did witch stuff? Hillary went to a church and worshiped Satan.
Linda Bloodworth-Thomason, 68, is a television producer who, with her husband Harry Thomason, is best known for creating, writing, and producing the TV series, Designing Women. The couple are notable for their friendship with Bill and Hillary Clinton, which dates back to Bill’s days as governor of Arkansas. The Thomasons created several short-subject political propaganda films for Bill, the most famous of which was The Man from Hope that introduced Bill at the 1992 Democratic Convention. The Thomasons did similar propaganda films for Hillary’s run for the U.S. Senate and for other candidates, such as General Wesley Clark’s presidential bid.
Hillary Clinton and American Indian Shamanism
One of the hottest New Age fads of the day, in addition to neuromancy and feminist goddess worship, is Native American Indian Shamanism. It’s all the rage among women into New Age occultism. Once again, we find Hillary at the vanguard of these devilish practices. In early May, 1993, in Billings, Montana, Hillary arranged for an Indian “spiritual healer” and shaman to bless and purify her. There she was, eyes closed, reverently bowed, as the witch doctor performed the ritual over her. This was prior to the meeting of her national health committee. Hillary even allowed photographers to record the event for posterity. This curious sight prompted author Texe Marrs to ask himself the following question: “Is this type of holistic quackery what Hillary has in mind when she says she want to extend health care benefits for all americans?”