Incubus, Succubus, Covid-19

Dr. Stella Immanuel got her 15 minutes of fame yesterday. The Trump clan was busily retweeting her white-smock flaky medical ideas as front person for some rump political group in medical drag. People I didn’t trust dug up her weekend job as a pentecostal preacher, describing beliefs almost too lurid to be true.

But she has an official YouTube channel for her religious deliverance” ministry. There you can hear from her own mouth and judge as needed. This video (part 1 of ???) deals with the current most lurid accusation: that demons screw people in their dreams and thus make them sick.

Because you may be as transfixed by train wrecks as I am, I thought you might want to know.

July 29, 2020

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