‘One World: Together at Home’ Was One Massive Magical & Social Engineering Ceremony


I’ll say it again. And again. We find ourselves caught up as unwilling recipients in the airwaves of one massive magical ritual. Coronavirus. The world is a stage. Did anyone else attempt to watch this? On Sunday, April 19, 2020, Lady Gaga and the World Health Organization hosted a blistering eight-plus hour marathon, called One World: Together at Home, brimming with musical and celebrity appearances alike. That should immediately pose two red flags right there.

World Health Organization.

Lady Gaga.


Lest we so easily forget, this falls in the heels of spirit cooker Marina Abramovic’s Microsoft commercial, whereas the Aleister Crowley protege mixed menstrual blood, breast milk, urine, and sperm into a paint mixture, and then wrote the following message:


If that doesn’t sell software, then I don’t know what will.

Though minor wizard Bill Gates was pressed to take the commercial down, that doesn’t negate the fact that it was clearly performance art intended to sell products. That product is ID 2020. Coronavirus. The invisible enemy lives in you. Trump’s words. They want your blood.

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The connection between Abramovic and Lady Gaga is publicly relatable and therefore unmistakable. For starters, Abramovic, Gaga, and John Podesta have all documented themselves spirit cooking together. Spirit cooking. As in—cannibalism meets Crowley’s performance art. And meanwhile, the World Health Organization does not hide it’s intention for alchemy. Stop glossing over the logo. Everything has a meaning. That’s the staff of Hermes, complete with a coiling serpent and the conquering laurel wreath of Apollo.

Most importantly of all, the alchemical process; the spell; the serpent’s seed; the conquering crown; beguilement of the nations—casts a heavy veil over the United Nations AE flat earth map. Clay under the seal—Job 38:14.

YAHUAH’s signature.

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Which brings us back to One World: Together at Home.

World Health Organization.

Lady Gaga.

Jimmy Fallon and James Colbert shared hosting duties for the star-studded event, each from their own respective home. Lady Gaga sang the Charlie Chaplin anthem, Smile. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones reminded us that You Can’t Always Get What You Want from four separate homes. Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello sang What a Wonderful World—same home. Kacey Musgraves, Rainbow. John Legend and Sam Smith, Stand By Me—separate homes.  Billie Eilish and Finneas, Sunny—again, same home. Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Lady Gaga, Lang Lang, and John Legend—different homes.

On and on. Taylor Swift sang some song about soon wanting us all to get better. And Elton John apparently is still standing. On and on and on and on. It seems like everyone was heckling the weather or locking arms in collective consciousness to the same United Nations agenda of social distancing. 69. As above, so below.

James Colbert’s father was a physician and the first vice president of academic affairs at the Medical University of South Carolina, and oddly died in a plane crash in 1974. They all do. But if Colbert were alive, the star of The Colbert Report assured us, he would want us to stay home. And above all else, listen to our doctor.

Stay home.

Listen to your doctor.

Listen to your doctor.

Listen. Listen. Listen.


Home. Save lives.


We’re being processed. Global initiation.

When Gal Gadot opened up this coronavirus quarantine in March by leading Hollywood in a social distancing version of John Lennon’s Imagine, they weren’t joking around. No hell below us. No religion. No possessions. Nothing to kill or die for. Above us only sky.

Welcome to the One World Order.


I meant, One World Together.