¿Cuáles son los orígenes ocultos del Primero de Mayo y su significado?

May Day – Labour Day & still free, hopefully nice weather and maybe going to a demo or rally. These are the things most people in our culture associate this day with. But as you can imagine, this holiday also has a deeper meaning. For our culture and its rituals were created by Lucifer’s cult, our entire history is distorted and nothing is as it seems at first glance. Having already reported on the true meanings of Valentine’s Day, Easter, Halloween, Christmas & New Year, I should now have covered almost all the major holidays.

Maia – Goddess of Fertility

Labour Day is celebrated on 1 May in many countries in Europe, South and Central America, Africa and Asia. However, the origins of May Day go back well before the time of the Weimar Republic, when May Day was first declared a public holiday in 1919, when the workers’ community traditionally gathered. However, this was a one-off for the time being until it was established in Germany by the National Socialists from 1933. But earlier cultures celebrated their spring festivals on 1 May.

May is the fifth month of the year and the month in which most plants blossom. The origin of the name comes from the Greek goddess of fertility MAIA (MAYA), daughter of the Titans Atlas and Pleinone and thus, together with her six sisters, one of the seven Pleiadian nymphs. According to myth, they were transformed into doves and then placed in the firmament of the sky as the Pleiadian Constellation. Through her lover Zeus, she became the mother of Hermes. According to most historians, Maia in Roman mythology corresponds to the goddess BONA DEA, daughter of Faunus (PAN) and goddess of fertility, healing, virginity and women.

The Pleiades – Maia and her six sisters
The seven stars of the Pleiadian constellation. It is called Subaru in Japan, from which the logo of the Japanese car brand is derived

Wikipedia has the following to say about the mythology of the goddess Maia:

“According to the Homeric Hymn to Hermes, Zeus made love secretly in the depths of the night to Maia, who was hiding the company of the gods in a cave of Cyllene. She became pregnant with Hermes. After giving birth to the child, Maia wrapped it in blankets and went to sleep. The rapidly maturing infant Hermes crawled away to Thessaly, where at nightfall of his first day he stole some of his half-brother Apollo’s cattle and invented the lyre from a tortoise shell. Maia refused to believe Apollo when he claimed Hermes was the thief, and Zeus then sided with Apollo. Eventually Apollo traded the cattle for the lyre, which became one of his identifying marks.

In ancient Roman religion and myth, Maia embodied the concept of growth, as her name was thought to be related to the comparative adjective maius, maior “greater, bigger”. Originally, she may have been a homonym independent of the Greek Maia, whose myths she absorbed through the Hellenisation of Latin literature and culture.

In an archaic Roman prayer, Maia appears as an attribute of Vulcan, in an invocation list of male deities paired with female abstractions representing some aspect of her functionality. She was explicitly identified with the Earth (Terra, the Roman counterpart of Gaia) and the Good Goddess (Bona Dea) in at least one tradition.”

The Greeks, of course, celebrated festivities for the goddess Maia at the beginning of the month. But the Romans also honoured their goddess of flowers and fertility, Flora, around the end of April and beginning of May with dances, parades, games and all sorts of amusements. Many of these entertainments involved prostitutes, who were rarely clothed. Of course, everyone believes that the “Floralia” festival had roots in older earth- and god-worshipping cultures; defenders of Roman virtue have attributed the licentiousness of the Floralia – including naked mimes! – to these horny and uncivil primitives. The Romans always celebrated the permissive Floralia festival on 28 April. But other cultures also celebrated the beginning of May.


Beltane Festival

Thus, the Celtic Gaels in Ireland, Scotland & the Isle of Man celebrated the beginning of summer in their Beltane festival on the night of 1 May. It also marked the beginning of the Celtic year and was already mentioned in the earliest Irish literature. It is the second most important holiday for the Celts after Samhain (Halloween). Rituals were performed to protect livestock, crops and people and to encourage growth. Special bonfires were lit whose flames, smoke and ashes were believed to have protective powers. People and their livestock walked around or between the fires, sometimes jumping over the flames or embers. All household fires were extinguished and then relit from the Beltane fire. These gatherings were accompanied by a feast, and some of the food and drink was offered to the aos sí.

The aos sí (pronounced [eːsˠ ˈʃiː]; older form aes sídhe [eːsˠ ˈʃiːə]) is the Irish name for a supernatural race in Irish mythology and Scottish mythology (where it is usually spelt Sìth but pronounced the same), comparable to the fairies or elves. Sith – by the way, this is also the name given to the enemies of the Jedi (the dark force) from Star Wars.

They are said to live underground in fairy hills, above the western sea or in an invisible world that coexists with the world of humans. This world is described in the Lebor Gabála Érenn as a parallel universe in which the aos sí walk among the living. In Irish, aos sí means “people of the hills” (the hills are known in Irish as “the sídhe”). In modern Irish the people of the hills are also called daoine sídhe [ˈd̪ˠiːnʲə ˈʃiːə]; in Scottish mythology they are daoine sìth. They are said to be the ancestors, the spirits of nature or goddesses and gods.

Similar to Samhain on 31 October, the fairies of Fairy Hill (Síd) enter the upper world and are visible to humans. Wiki. Doors, windows, huts and livestock were decorated with yellow May flowers, perhaps because they reminded people of fire. In parts of Ireland, people made a May Bush: typically a briar or twig decorated with flowers, ribbons, bright shells and lights. Sacred wells were also visited, while Beltane dew was believed to bring beauty and preserve youthfulness. Many of these customs were part of May Day or Midsummer celebrations in other parts of Britain and Europe. The Beltane tradition largely died out in the mid-20th century, but is now experiencing a revival in the form of cultural events by neo-paganists and Wiccans (see pictures of a Beltane festival in recent years).

The origins of the Beltane festival can be traced back to the festival of the Sumerian god Enlil – known to us as Baal. The name Beltane (“B’yal-t’n”) is said to go back to the word Baal. The celebrations of the Beltane festival are very similar to the ancient rituals celebrating the ancient god. The mysterious similarities between these seemingly distant cultures could be the subject of an entire article. One thing is certain, however: Ba’al is an important figure in Illuminati lore.

“In Middle Eastern lore, Baal was killed and descended into the underworld, whereupon he was brought back to life by the powers of his sister-lover, Anat. Baal is therefore associated with seasonal cycles and the coming of spring and harvests.”

April 30 – May 1 is also known as the Beltaine festival or Walpurgis Night. The festivals of Hades or Pluto, god of the underworld, also take place around this time. Occultists perform the Walpurgis ritual in honour of the goddess of Walpurgis Night or “May Day Eve”. She was a powerful deity in many places and cultures. In Germany, she is known as May Queen and Walpurga. She is so popular that even the Christians took her under the name “Saint” Walpurga. Walpurg is also part of an old Germanic name for the “earth mother”. Other names for this goddess are Isis, El, Diana, Persephone, Phrygia, Artemis, Astarte, Hathor, Demeter, Ninkharsag, Semerimus, Columba, Kali, Barati, Mary, May, Hectate, Lilith, Eve, Cybele, Venus, Columbo, Titania, Aphrodite, etc.

Walpurgis Night

So tonight is Walpurigsnacht (also called Hexenbrennen/Hexennacht). A traditional northern and central European festival celebrated on the night from 30 April to 1 May.

The name Walpurgis Night is derived from Saint Walburga (also Walpurga or Walpurgis), an abbess from England (≈ 710-779). The commemoration day of this saint was celebrated in the Middle Ages on 1 May (in the German regional calendar now on 25 February, the day of her death). The nine days before were known as Walpurgis Days, and the ringing of bells to ward off alleged witchcraft is also described locally as Walpern.

Traditionally, the night of 30 April to 1 May is regarded as the night when the witches held a great festival, especially on the Blocksberg (actually “Brocken” in the Harz mountains), but also in other elevated places, and came into contact with the devil. This idea is influenced by the descriptions of the witches’ Sabbath in the literature of the 15th and 16th centuries. The name Walpurgis Night was popularised by Goethe’s Faust (Part I, 1808); earlier evidence can be found from the 18th century. Wiki.

Many Walpurgis rites live on in rural May customs. In folk customs, people protected their farms by cracking whips at night, laying out brooms and May bushes. The maypole, usually a birch, is both a symbol of fertility and the world tree. On Walpurgis, the maypoles are traditionally brought from the forest into the village to be placed in front of the sweetheart’s house. People dance around the tree in the centre of the village. The tree thus symbolises the fertility of nature, which is brought to the people in this way. In pre-Christian times, ritual acts of love in the fields were supposed to transfer human fertility to the soil. The monoliths called bride stones in the Wendland (for example in Woltersdorf and Trebel), which were regarded as petrified bridal couples, play a special role here. It is said to have been the custom for girls to slide over these stones on Walpurgis Night with their genitals exposed in order to wish for their lover.

Walpurgis Night, Falero, 1875

Many of the customs at spring festivals revolve around young couples, symbolic of the human community. Walking between two Walpurgis fires is supposed to purify and keep away epidemics (Walpurgis is considered the patron saint against plague, cough and rabies). The witch fires still celebrated today in many parts of Germany presumably go back to this tradition. With the very rigorous Christianisation, not only in Germany, these old customs were condemned as pagan, and the original meaning, which some researchers believe goes back to matriarchal social structures, was lost and absorbed into rural youth customs.

In many parts of Germany and Europe, however, Walpurgis Night is still celebrated today, or remnants of these rites are recognisable. Wikipedia says the following about it:

-The Witches’ Fire (also called “Dance into May” or “May Fire”) is celebrated in many parts of Germany. A fire is lit on 30 April to drive away “the evil spirits”. This is celebrated until late at night. Once the fire has burnt down a little, in some areas the Maifeprung (May Jump) takes place, a custom in which it is customary for lovers to jump together over the May fire. Occasionally, wooden “witches”, usually made by young people, stand on the witches’ bonfire. In the Swiss Alps, so-called Tanzbödeli have survived. These are places where during Calvinisation, despite a 150-year ban on music and dancing, young people met to celebrate in secret. Nowadays, however, this tradition has little to do with superstition or burning witches, but is more like a folk festival. In Marburg, the celebration of May is marked every year with a May Singing by the magistrate and hundreds of people on the town hall square. At the stroke of midnight they sing.
-In the Palatinate, in the Eifel, in the Hunsrück, in the Saarland and in South Baden, groups of young people go out in the late evening of 30 April to “walp” or “witch”, i.e. to play mischievous tricks. Particularly popular is the moving of doormats, rubbish bins, garden tools, etc., i.e. anything around a house that is not fixed.
– Tanz in den Mai (Dance into May) is the modern form of the old custom of welcoming the beginning of May (1 May) on Walpurgis Night (30 April) with dancing and singing while drinking May punch.
In addition to pure dance events, there is also the occasional custom of dressing up and performing “witch dances” similar to Halloween or carnival.
-In Austria, the Czech Republic, Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria and Upper Lusatia, a maypole is usually erected on the evening before 1 May, which is usually a spruce or fir tree. In other regions, however, this is done exclusively on the morning of 1 May.
-In some places there is also the custom of the maypole: during the night, white lines are drawn with chalk, lime or something similar from the house of one person to the house of the other in secret love, thus making them public. Elsewhere, chaff is scattered instead of white lines being drawn.
-In the Rhineland, the lover places a birch tree decorated with coloured crepe paper as a maypole at or in front of his beloved’s house at night.

El simbolismo del palo de mayo ha sido discutido una y otra vez por los folcloristas durante siglos, aunque no se ha podido encontrar una respuesta definitiva. Algunos estudiosos clasifican los maypoles como símbolos del eje del mundo (axis mundi). El hecho de que se hayan encontrado principalmente en zonas de la Europa germánica en las que se practicaba el paganismo germánico en diversas formas antes de la cristianización ha llevado a algunos a especular que los maypoles eran en cierto modo una reliquia de una tradición pagana germánica. Una de las teorías es que eran un remanente del culto germánico a los árboles sagrados, ya que hay pruebas de varios árboles sagrados y pilares de madera venerados por los paganos en gran parte de la Europa germánica, como el roble de Thor y el Irminsul. Sin embargo, Ronald Hutton afirma que “no hay absolutamente ninguna prueba de que el palo de mayo se considerara una imagen del mismo”. También se sabe que en el paganismo nórdico las opiniones cosmológicas sostenían que el universo era un árbol del mundo conocido como Yggdrasil. Algunos observadores han sugerido el simbolismo fálico, una idea expresada por Thomas Hobbes, que creía erróneamente que los postes se remontaban al culto romano del dios Príapo. El falo, junto con la danza del palo de mayo, sería un símbolo de fertilidad.

Yddrasil: The Old Norse Cosmology. A flat earth with an ice ring and the tree of life (world axis) in the middle

But the pagan maypole tradition persisted in many parts of the world: Besides parts of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Slovakia, the maypole tradition also exists in Belgium, Scandinavia, England, Canada and the USA. Mostly in the form of the maypole dance. As revived, the dance is performed by pairs of boys and girls (or men and women) who take turns standing around the base of the pole, each holding the end of a ribbon. They intertwine in and around each other, with the boys going one way and the girls the other, and the ribbons are braided together around the pole until the merrymakers meet at the base. In most celebrations, four 6ft red and white ribbons were attached to the pole. Women danced clockwise (to the left, representing the female archetype) and men danced anti-clockwise (to the right, representing the male archetype). This connection of the linked bands symbolised the act of copulation. If you look at this from the Ariel’s point of view, the dot in the middle of the circle is again an ancient and modern symbol for the sun. There are also more complex dances for a certain number of (practised) dancers (the May Queen dance groups) that involve intricate intertwining and disentangling.

The maypole with a ring wreath. A symbol of the Axis Muni in old Germanic cosmology

But the pagan maypole tradition persisted in many parts of the world: Besides parts of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Slovakia, the maypole tradition also exists in Belgium, Scandinavia, England, Canada and the USA. Mostly in the form of the maypole dance. As revived, the dance is performed by pairs of boys and girls (or men and women) who take turns standing around the base of the pole, each holding the end of a ribbon. They intertwine in and around each other, with the boys going one way and the girls the other, and the ribbons are braided together around the pole until the merrymakers meet at the base. In most celebrations, four 6ft red and white ribbons were attached to the pole. Women danced clockwise (to the left, representing the female archetype) and men danced anti-clockwise (to the right, representing the male archetype). This connection of the linked bands symbolised the act of copulation. If you look at this from the Ariel’s point of view, the dot in the middle of the circle is again an ancient and modern symbol for the sun. There are also more complex dances for a certain number of (practised) dancers (the May Queen dance groups) that involve intricate intertwining and disentangling.

In the USA it is mainly used at universities.
American magazines

In some parts of the northern coastal regions of Germany, the custom of lighting large bonfires is still kept alive to celebrate the coming of May, while most parts of Germany have a derived Christian custom around Easter called “Easter bonfires”. Incidentally, the English word for bonfire, bonfire, is said to derive from bailfire or baalfire.

In rural areas of southern Germany, it is (to the chagrin of the local population) part of popular youth culture to play pranks on Walpurgis Night, such as tampering with neighbours’ gardens, hiding belongings, spraying graffiti on private property or littering neighbourhood houses with toilet paper, eggs and toothpaste. It is often the custom of traditional clubs to steal the maypole of the neighbouring village on the night of 30 April.

In Berlin, the traditional left-wing May Day riots usually begin on Walpurgis Night in Mauerpark in Prenzlauer Berg. There is a similar tradition in Hamburg’s Schanzenviertel, although in both cases the situation has calmed down considerably in recent years.

Also a form of the May Day fire. The annual chaos is part of the ritual. Similar to Halloween, the separation from the demonic world is thinner and there is more chaos at the time

But also in the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, England, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Estonia very similar May festivals are celebrated on this night. In Scandinavia, there are overlaps with the Midsummer Festival.

Importancia for the Occult

But for the Satanic/Luciferian cabal, Walpurgis Night is still one of their most important ritual days.

While the cabal, Illuminati or powers that be do honour these days of significance, they were never originally ‘evil’. In fact, each day of occult significance corresponds with the flow of energy into the earth from the sun and celestial bodies such as planets and the constellations, described as cycles that can be divided into days, months, years and great equinoxes.

The lost science of tracking the movements of the heavens has simultaneously morphed into a cheap parlour trick now known as mainstream astrology. But to be clear, the core science and art of astrology is more than just fortune telling, as many in the Awakening community are rediscovering. It is a sacred right to help another embodiment of consciousness find its way and place in the evolving universe.

The dark occultists of this world use this ancient science of consciousness as it relates to time and the movement of the heavens for nefarious purposes. They use false flag attacks, human sacrifice and trauma-based techniques on a large scale to manipulate the ignorant, using their consciousness like a puppet by a puppeteer.

But with knowledge comes the potential of power and wisdom.

All the power of the dark occultists springs from our ignorance, and while they create chaos in the world, we breathe life into their plans by remaining unconscious and unknowingly acting as pawns. The solution is to achieve self-mastery, to become whole with mind and body, which reconnects us with the spiritual realms and the source of our sovereign power. Of course, this is also the solution to any individual or collective problem we face in these times of transition.

This time of year, known as the 40-day season of ritual (22 March to 1 May), has seen many false flag attacks, environmental destruction and the introduction of draconian policies. Especially the last 13 days, from 19 April. Lea aquí.

For example, the Church of Satan was founded on Walpurgis Night in 1966. Founder Anton Szandor LaVey notes in The Satanic Bible that Walpurgis Night is an important Satanic holiday, along with his own birthday. He notes that the eve of May is considered a “symbol of the realisation of the vernal equinox” and chose the date knowing the date’s traditional association with witchcraft. Additionally, The Satanic Temple celebrates Witches’ Night as “an important holiday to honour those who have fallen victim to superstition.”

Or just think of this time last year when the operartion COVID was implemented. The date 22 March alone has strong significance. It has often been associated with mass murder in recent years. In 2016, a coordinated terrorist attack was carried out in Brussels on this date, killing 32 people and injuring over 300. A year later, on the same date, a terrorist attack took place on Westminister Bridge in London, killing 5 people and injuring over 50. It is thus striking that the 322 (3/22) is the number of the death-worshipping and powerful secret society Skull & Bones, to which, among others, Herbert Walker Bush, his father Prescott Bush and his son George W. Bush belong.

These cults are obsessed with numbers and have a lot of knowledge about the ancient science of numberology (I will write about that sometime). There are eight main nights for human sacrifice in the occult holiday system: 21 December, 1 February, 21 March, 1 May, 21 June, 1 August, 21 September, 29 to 31 October (Samhain/Halloween being the most important). The other four nights are observed only (the equinoxes/solstices), and if you add six weeks to each, you get Sacrifice Night. Add seven weeks to the offering night and you get the next equinox/solstice.

One notes that there are some days that fall on non-established holidays. Among the non-holidays that are part of the sacrifice nights is, oddly enough, the US Presidential Inauguration Day on 20 January. Presidential Inauguration Day used to be set for 4 March until the Twentieth Amendment was passed changing the date. Was this date deliberately changed to coincide with the occult night of sacrifice? The reason for bringing the date forward was that there was less time between the day of the election and the day the President actually took office. This allowed for a more efficient government with less of a “lame duck” session for the people being removed from office.

The idea of a revolving ritual is reflected in the wheel of the year. This wheel represents the annual cycle of pagan festivals (referred to above as the 8 quarter days and the cross quarter days in between). The Wiccans (a sub-group of Paganism with magical rituals etc.) follow the same wheel but refer to the festivals as “Sabbats”. The Wiccans believe in the complementary polarities of gods and goddesses (similar to the yin and yang of Taoism). The goddess is represented by the earth (also known as Mother Earth), or sometimes by the moon (also known as the Roman goddess Diana), as the moon complements the sun, which is the male god.

The concept is that of a cyclical pattern followed throughout the year, looks like this:

Beltane is just across from Samhain

There are links to the death and rebirth of the sun through the equinox and solstices. The cycle of death and rebirth focuses on the duality of god and goddess (see reference above with the deer god taking over the 6 months of winter, then the female god for the 6 months of summer). The goddess gives birth to the god at Yule, the god grows in power at the spring equinox and impregnates the goddess at Beltane (May Day), he then reaches his peak at the summer solstice, and his power wanes as he goes to the underworld at Samhain. He also takes the fertility of the goddess with him into the underworld until she can come back and repeat the cycle when she gives birth to the god at Yule. But what about Beltane?

On the website of the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, a judicial organisation of the US government, there is an internal educational document about Satanic cults in the USA. Lea aquí.

In ‘Satanic Cult Awarness’, in addition to shocking descriptions of the sometimes seriously criminal tactics of these cults, the calendar of their rituals is also described (hard stuff). In this, Walpurgis Night is described as the second most important day of the year, on which a young woman/girl between one and 25 years of age must be sacrificed. The next day (Beltane/Walpurgis Day) is celebrated with a bonfire and at full moon there is another animal sacrifice.

Tonight an innocent girl is murdered in honor of Lucifer / Baal.

It is worth noting that Adolf Hitler committed suicide on 30 April, stating that he wanted to be burnt in a fire. Since Hitler was a student of occultism for much of his life, it is likely that he chose this day not without reason and wanted to be sacrificed to Baal.

May-Day! May-Day! May-Day!

Why is “Mayday!” an international distress call? It didn’t come from Puritans warning each other about daylight Druidic orgies, and it’s not a Cold War army code for a communist uprising full of bomb-throwing anarchists – it’s just a simple mispronunciation of the French venez m’aider, which means “Come and help me!”. At least that’s the official story. The Radiotelegraph Convetion adopted the cry Mayday as an international distress call in 1927, replacing SOS, which stands for Save our Souls. SOS can thus also be interpreted as a prayer to Yahweh and an intercession to intervene in a life-threatening situation and save one’s life and soul. And this cry of distress has been replaced by the cry of a pagan/occult festival of contacting the demonic world and sacrificing the innocent? Remember, do not underestimate the power that language and affirmations have on our reality. Instead of asking for salvation, one sacrifices oneself. This is certainly no coincidence… or am I reading too much into this?

Movie Mayday

In the trailer of this film you can also see demons and an occult ritual book …

It is also generally interesting to see what catastrophes took place on this day, or in the 40-day period (22 March to 1 May), especially in the last 13 days from 19 April. The days leading up to Beltaine or May Day on 30 April and 1 May are filled with historical bloodshed and significant dates that, if researched enough, can paint a clearer picture of the world around us. Some of them, it seems, are simply a way of drawing people’s attention to the date. Perhaps this has something to do with energy. Here are just some of the significant dates, I will add more as I discover them. Or comment at the end if you know of any more.

  • 15 April 2013 – Boston Marathon bombing – 3 dead and hundreds injured – 1 child.
  • 16 April 2007 – Virginia Tech – 32 students killed.
  • 18 April 2013 – Fertiliser plant explosion in Waco, Texas – at least 5-15 dead and hundreds injured. The plant was 20 miles north of Waco.
  • 19 April 1775 – The Battle of Lexington & Concord, which made the Revolutionary War inevitable.
  • 19 April 1993 – Government troops, tanks and other military equipment stormed the compound of David Koresh and his followers in Waco, Texas – 25 children died.
  • 19 April 1995 – Bombing in Oklahoma City – 19 children died
  • 20 April 2010 – A large explosion and fire on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig operating in the Gulf of Mexico near the coast of Louisiana. The fire was reported at 10 p.m. CST. At a press conference on 30 April, 10 days later and on “May Day”, BP announced that they did not know the cause of the explosion. As a result of this incident, 11 people died. 11 days from 20 April places us exactly on 1 May.
  • 20 April 1999 – The Columbine massacre (venus columba, the dove, queen sumerimus) at Columbine High School in Colorado, killing 12 students (twelve month cycle?) and 1 teacher (the beginning of the next cycle or month of regeneration), bringing the total number of victims to 13. (21 were injured – see Iraq)
  • 30 April 1945 – Adolf Hitler was “declared” dead. He was also born on 20 April.
  • 1 May 1776 – The Bavarian Illuminati was founded. Their “official aim” was to infiltrate Freemasonry and all positions of government and power. These are not the same “Illuminati” you are probably used to hearing about. This society is one that was driven underground by the Catholic Church and therefore began to operate in secret.
  • 1 May 2003 – George W. Bush delivers the so-called “Mission Accomplished” speech aboard the US Abraham Lincoln. In this speech, the “main combat operations in Iraq were ended”. However, the guerrilla war in Iraq spread very quickly and made the situation much worse.
  • 1 May 2003 – The invasion of Iraq, under the name “Iraqi Freedom” (took 21 days to “overthrow” Saddam).
  • 1 May 2011 – The announcement that the United States had carried out an operation that killed Osama Bin Laden (although he had died years earlier).

I wonder if anything will happen this year. Well, Joe Biden announced that in his first 100 days in office he would transform more than 100 million Americans through gene therapy. Those hundred days will be over exactly on the first of May 2021 and he will have achieved his goal.

Once again innocent people are sacrificed to Lucifer today and millions follow some rites without knowing their origins. Question your customs, cultures and history.