So, how is it that a virtually unknown black man with a sketchy past could become President of the United States of America easier than a woman with vast political connections, who is the wife of a former president? How could this guy come out of nowhere, and suddenly he is the most powerful man in world? Could he have some power or spirits working on his behalf? Let us examine that possibility.
“What Barack Obama has accomplished is the single most extraordinary event that has occurred in the 232 years of the nation’s political history”– Jesse Jackson, Jr.
“I would characterize the Senate race as being a race where Obama was, let’s say, blessed and highly favored. That’s not routine. There’s something else going on. I think that Obama, his election to the Senate, was divinely ordered. . . . I know that that was God’s plan.” — Bill Rush
“Does it not feel as if some special hand is guiding Obama on his journey, I mean, as he has said, the utter improbability of it all?”– Daily Kos
“We just like to say his name. We are considering taking it as a mantra.” — Chicago Sun-Times
“He communicates God-like energy.” — Steve Davis (Charleston, SC)
“Obama is, of course, greater than Jesus.”– Politiken (Danish newspaper)
“A Lightworker — An Attuned Being with powerful luminosity and high-vibration integrity who will actually help usher in a new way of being.” — Mark Morford
“No one saw him coming, and Christians believe God comes at us from strange angles and places we don’t expect, like Jesus being born in a manger.” — Lawrence Carter
“Many even see in Obama a messiah-like figure, a great soul, and some affectionately call him Mahatma Obama.”– Dinesh Sharma
“Not just an ordinary human being but indeed an Advanced Soul” — Commentator @ Chicago Sun Times
“I’ll do whatever he says to do. I’ll collect paper cups off the ground to make his pathway clear.”– Halle Berry
“A quantum leap in American consciousness.” — Deepak Chopra
“He is not operating on the same plane as ordinary politicians. . . . the agent of transformation in an age of revolution, as a figure uniquely qualified to open the door to the 21st century.” — Gary Hart
“Barack Obama is our collective representation of our purest hopes, our highest visions and our deepest knowings . . . He’s our product out of the all-knowing quantum field of intelligence.” — Eve Konstantine
“It’s like church over here. It’s like church in here. First of all, give an honor to God and our Lord and Savior Barack Obama,” — Jamie Foxx said to the audience.
“This president has brought us out of the dark and into the light.” — Michelle Obama
“This is bigger than Kennedy. . . . This is the New Testament.” / “I felt this thrill going up my leg. I mean, I don’t have that too often. No, seriously. It’s a dramatic event.”– Chris Matthews, TV news propagandist
“[Obama is ] creative imagination which coupled with brilliance equals wisdom . . . [He is] the man for this time.”– Toni Morrison
The cover of Newsweek on Nov. 22, 2010, showed a created image of Obama with six arms and hands, posing like the Hindu god, Shiva, with the caption “God of all things.” Louis Farrakhan had a large banner that read, Nation of Islam Savior’s Day 2008. He said:
“You are the instrument that God is going to use to bring about universal change, and that is why Barack has captured the youth. And he has involved young people in a political process that they didn’t care anything about. That’s a sign. When the Messiah speaks, the youth will hear, and the Messiah is absolutely speaking.” (Barack Obama: Son of Promise, Child of Hope, by Nikki Grimes, Simon & Schuster, 2008.)
There was a children’s book that showed Obama in a church on Sunday talking to God, and God was speaking directly to him. Then there was the Christian song that had the words changed so that elementary school students were singing about Obama rather than Jesus (Review Ordered of Video Showing Students Singing Praises of President Obama, www.foxnews.com, 9/24/09, updated 12/24/15).
“Obama’s finest speeches do not excite. They do not inform. They don’t even really inspire. They elevate. . . . He is not the Word made flesh, but the triumph of word over flesh . . . Obama is, at his best, able to call us back to our highest selves.”– Ezra Klein
“Obama has the capacity to summon heroic forces from the spiritual depths of ordinary citizens and to unleash therefrom a symphonic chorus of unique creative acts whose common purpose is to tame the soul and alleviate the great challenges facing mankind.”– Gerald Campbell
“We’re here to evolve to a higher plane . . . he is an evolved leader . . . [he] has an ear for eloquence and a Tongue dipped in the Unvarnished Truth.” — Oprah Winfrey
“He’s the savior, black Jesus.” — Spike Lee, on CNN.
So it appears his disciples worshiped him to the point of god-like adoration, and most of those quotes were when he was just a candidate. And right after winning the election he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, for what? It seems like there is definitely something going on behind the scenes, and I don’t mean a global conspiracy by influential people to make him president, I mean like Satanic spirits. Does Obama have any connections to the occult or magic? Actually, yes.
In his book, Dreams of My Father, he relates an actual dream he had while sleeping on a train on one of his trips to Kenya:
“I finally fell asleep, and dreamed I was walking along a village road. Children, dressed only in strings of beads, played in front of the round huts, and several old men waved to me as I passed. But as I went farther along, I began to notice that people were looking behind me fearfully, rushing into their huts as I passed. I heard the growl of a leopard and started to run into the forest, tripping over roots and stumps and vines, until at least I couldn’t run any longer and fell to my knees in the middle of a bright clearing. Panting for breath, I turned around to see the day turned night, and a giant figure looming as tall as the trees, wearing only a loincloth and ghostly mask. The lifeless eyes bored into me, and I heard a thunderous voice saying only that it was “time”, and my entire body began to shake violently with the sound, as if I were breaking apart. … I jerked up in a sweat, hitting my head against the wall lamp that stuck out over the bunk. In the darkness, my heart slowly evened itself, but I couldn’t get back to sleep again.” (page, 372)
Does this indicate that he is the chosen one of Satan? Did a witch doctor put a spell on him, or give him spiritual power? He also owns occult-connected daggers from Indonesia. His mother acquired a collection of keris daggers while she was an anthropologist in Indonesia. A story in Time magazine said:
She collected treasures from her travels – exquisite things with stories she understood. Antique daggers with an odd number of curves, as required by Javanese tradition; unusual batiks; rice-paddy hats. Before returning to Hawaii in 1984, Ann wrote her friend Dewey that she and her daughter would “probably need a camel caravan and an elephant or two to load all our bags on the plane . . .” At his house in Chicago, Obama says, he has his mother’s arrowhead collection from Kansas – along with “trunks full of batiks that we don’t really know what to do with.” (Time Magazine, The Story of Barack Obama’s Mother, Amanda Ripley, 4/9/2008.)
As it turns out, the ancient daggers from Java, called keris, are supposed to have magical powers. Pitt Rivers Museum, in the UK website says:
Although long-bladed types of keris were used for performing executions in some Malay states, it is not an especially functional weapon. However, all of its components, from the hilt shape to the blade to the sheath, are laden with symbolism, making this a weapon of divine power. . . . The keris signified manhood and offered a magical potency that could assist its owner.
The blade of the keris represents a serpent. This is probably the naga of Hindu mythology, guardian of the earth’s treasures. When the blade is straight, the serpent is at rest. . . . Several different kinds of pamor can be achieved by a skilled smith, who can give the blade a grain like wood, spots like leopard skin, and so on. . . .
Each keris has its own spirit, reflected by the blade shape and its individual pamor. It was considered important for a prospective owner to acquire a keris whose spiritual persona was compatible with his own. Only then could the weapon’s mystical powers be used to his advantage. A keris could help keep disease away, ease the pain of childbirth, prevent quarrels, ensure victory in battle, extinguish fires and deter attacks by wild animals to mention but a few. Due to this extraordinary power, many keris were kept as family heirlooms. However, a keris placed in the wrong hands could create havoc and misfortune. . . .
A keris is considered incomplete without its sheath . . . . many Balinese keris hilts are often miniature sculptures, representing gods and beasts . . . The combination of the mystical and the aesthetic in this weapon meant it both beautified and protected the Balinese warrior who owned it, and also embodied something of his spirit that would remain with it through the centuries. (http:// web.prm. ox.ac.uk/ weapons/index.php/ tour-by-region/ oceani a/asia/ arms-and-armour-asia-71/ index.html)
Another source says:
Both weapon and spiritual object, the kris is considered to possess magical powers. The earliest known kris go back to the tenth century and most probably spread from the island of Java throughout South-East Asia. . . . A bladesmith, or empu, makes the blade in layers of different iron ores and meteorite nickel. In high quality kris blades, the metal is folded dozens or hundreds of times and handled with the utmost precision. Empus are highly respected craftsmen with additional knowledge in literature, history and occult sciences. . . . Kris are used for display, as talismans with magical powers, weapons, sanctified heirlooms . . . (https://ich.unesco.org /en/RL/ indonesian-kris-00112)
The knives appear to have been forged by warrior priests who performed occult rituals as they were being made and after. Could they have been used to commit murders? Could Obama’s daggers actually have evil spirits attached to them? Go ahead, laugh, we know there is no such thing, right? Just ask the millions of Tarot card users or Ouija Board users, and priests and ministers who cast out demons!
If you doubt this is likely, or even possible, I offer this true story I just found in April of 2022. I came across a book that tells about missionary work in Indonesia. Dr. Kurt Koch wrote in, The Revival in Indonesia, about an illiterate 25-year-old lady named Anna who saw many people healed. Here is one of her stories:
Anna was ordered to visit the house of a minister whose three children were continually falling ill. In a vision prior to her visit, she was shown a two-edged sword. On arriving at the house she discovered that such a sword had in fact been in the house since the time of the Dutch, and that it had an occult history behind it. She told the minister that the sword would have to be destroyed. Afterwards the children were completely healed. (Kregel Publications, 1972, page 138-139)
The spirits connected to the sword made them sick because they were Christians, and the demons did not like that. But the demons will not make an evil person sick.
A 70-year old Christian lady named Sue Love had a vision of Obama which connected him to witchcraft:
I was lying in bed to go to sleep and I was praying when I had a vision. I saw an image of Obama facing front and center with a crown on his head and a scepter in his hand and I heard, “King Obama.” Then, a lizard tongue came out of his mouth and was aimed toward the west. Following this he changed into Zeus . . .
Then, I saw all kinds of Satanic images that were like they were at Obama’s/ Zeus’ feet and were crawling around. Then, they looked like African idols I’ve seen previously or African sculptures of creatures and animals. Then, I heard in my mind “witchcraft.” Later I heard, “Satan worship.” I saw a man turned upside down and more evil images. And, I saw what appeared to be some kind of African tribal ritual or ceremony going on that was centered around a baby, and then I saw more evil images. (https://signs-ofthe-times.blog spot.com/2020/01/king-obama-crown-scepter-satan-worship. html)
Was that baby Obama? Was he dedicated to Satan in an African ritual?
Ok, a spooky spirit-dream and spirit-laden knives with occult powers! WOW. But is there any indication that Obama already has or knows he has such power? Obama is known for making grand statements; it is very possible that he believes that his words have the power to make things happen. For example, here is part of his victory speech after winning the presidential election:
“I am absolutely certain, that generations from now, we will be able to look back and tell our children that this was the moment when we began to provide care for the sick and good jobs for the jobless; this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal.”
That was not said in jest; it was a serious statement. Was Obama expecting his words to stop the oceans from rising and heal the planet? So, does he believe his words has the power to make things happen?
There is another statement which he repeated numerous times during campaign speeches. You might at first think Obama was making a joke, but he repeated it so many times; it will give you chills:
Reading the recent flurry of stories about Barack Obama–the Clinton-slayer! the youth candidate! the next Kennedy!–it’d be easy to imagine that his campaign is all inspiration and little perspiration at this point, with rainbows and starshine bursting from the tailpipe of his tour bus. Obama both lampoons and slyly encourages the perception. In New Hampshire and South Carolina, for example, the senator was fond of telling audiences that “at some point in the evening, a light is going to shine down and you will have an epiphany and you’ll say, ‘I have to vote for Barack.’” Next up: levitation. (Obama: For Now, Perspiration Over Inspiration, by Andrew Romano. Newsweek, Jan. 31, 2008.)
“A light will shine through that window, a beam of light will come down upon you, you will experience an epiphany, . . . and you will suddenly realize that you must go to the polls and vote for Obama” (Lebanon, New Hampshire, Jan. 7, 2008)
Once in a while, Obama makes a passing reference to our diminishing individual liberties, but hardly ever in his stump speeches. At an early-morning rally the day of the New Hampshire vote, he told some 300 students at the Dartmouth College gym: “My job this morning is to be so persuasive . . . that a light will shine through that window, a beam of light will come down upon you, you will experience an epiphany, and you will suddenly realize that you must go to the polls and vote for Barack.” (Is Obama’s Constitution Strong Enough?, by Nat Hentoff, Village Voice.)
An article in Slate gives more information:
Inside the gym, packed to capacity with 2600 people, Obama was describing to the crowd how his speeches generally work: “At the end—or maybe somewhere in the middle—a shaft of light comes through and hits you and you experience an epiphany: I have to vote for Barack.”
Obama has attracted Jesus comparisons since announcing his candidacy. He’s been described as the party’s savior. A Chicago art gallery displayed a sculpture depicting Obama crowned with a neon halo. Slate’s Timothy Noah kept tabs on these and other revelations in the “Obama Messiah Watch.”
But now, with Iowa as his witness, Obama is he starting to sound like he believes the prophecies, too. (Obama’s Cocky Messianism, by Christopher Beam. Slate Jan. 6, 2008)
There is yet more evidence. On March 3, 2009, Obama said, “What you’re now seeing is profit-and-earnings ratios are starting to get to the point where buying stocks is a potentially good deal if you’ve got a long-term perspective on it.” Three days later, the S&P 500 briefly dipped then began climbing and has been on a steady climb for over 9 years. In 2018 headlines read, “Obama made one of history’s greatest stock market calls 9 years ago.” (www. insider.com)
So did he make that happen? Or did he at least think he made it happen? (More on this shortly). When Trump was running for president, Obama said,
. . . some of those jobs of the past are just not going to come back . . . He just says, ‘Well, I’m going to negotiate a better deal.’ [with China] Well, what, how exactly are you going to negotiate that? What magic wand do you have?” (www.fact check.org, 9/10/2018, Eugene Kiely & Robert Farley)
Was he trying to make sure those jobs won’t come back with his occult power by saying “those jobs of the past are just not going to come back”? If he was trying to make it happen, he failed because in the summer of 2019 the unemployment rate hit the lowest in 50 years. Notice that he thinks Trump will need to use magic to get a better deal with China! Was that just a figure of speech, or does Obama himself use magic to make things happen?
In October 2008 he said at a fundraising dinner, in jest of course (or was he merely pretending to be joking?):
“Contrary to the rumors you have heard, I was not born in a manger, I was actually born on Krypton and sent here by my father Jor-El to save the planet Earth.” (www.telegraph.co.uk)
He has made several statements, as seen above, that refer to him saving the planet. Does he actually believe he has the power or the destiny to save the planet? Obama’s stepfather practiced a form of Islam that also accepted animist and Hindu gods:
He [Lolo] explained that a man took on the powers of whatever he ate: One day soon, he promised, he would bring home a piece of tiger meat for us to share. (Dreams of My Father, page 37)
[Later] At the Field Museum, I saw two shrunken heads that were kept on display. They were wrinkled but well preserved, each the size of the palm, their eyes and mouths sewn shut . . . They appeared to be of European extraction: The man had a small goatee, like a conquistador; the female had flowing red hair. . . . Not so much the fact that the heads had been shrunk—that I could understand; it was the same idea as eating tiger meat with Lolo, a form of magic, a taking of control. . . . (Ibid, page 145)
Was the tiger meat good? Obama said he went to the library to research his African roots. He wanted to find, “my own magic kingdom, my own glorious birthright” (Ibid, page 261). Did he find the magic he was looking for?
In more than one interview he revealed that he carries around a selection of lucky charms and keepsakes in his pocket. He chooses a few to carry each day from a bowl full. At one interview he had a rosary the pope gave him and a tiny statue of the Hindu monkey god, Hanuman. He said of the charms, “I carry these around all the time, and I’m not that superstitious, so it’s not like I think [I] necessarily have to have them on me at all times” (www.bbc.com). I suspect that Obama will accept power from any source that offers it to him; Satan perhaps?
If Obama really has occult power or his mother before him, did one of them use it for harm? Obama’s birth father abandoned them to pursue a graduate degree, remarried, then got a good job in Kenya working for an oil company, then as an economist for the Kenyan government. But things suddenly started to go bad in 1970 when he was in a serious automobile accident. Then he was in another bad accident that broke both legs, then he lost his job. Then he struggled with drinking and poverty, and in 1982 was killed in another car accident. Wow, that sounds like someone who had a curse put on him???
If Obama has some kind of occult power, then he would be very wealthy, right? It is safe to say that no other president has gained so much wealth. From the time he entered the Whitehouse to leaving, his wealth went up at least 30 times more. GoBankingRates estimates the Obamas’ wealth at 40 million U.S. dollars, but, “The New York Post recently pegged their fortune much higher, at $135 million” (www.business insider.com/ barack-obama-michelle-obama-net-worth-2018-7)
But apparently, his power to make things happen is limited, because his mother died of cancer at age 52.