Microsoft took down its satanic Easter Sunday commercial.
But we’ve got a recording of it.
And you can see it in the video above
While I provide commentary along with Tim Picciott on this creepy commercial about mixed reality
Featuring artist Marina Abromovic
Who is known for her use of human fluids
And who’s talked about having her neck cut with a razor and someone drinking her blood
And who’s been photographed with Jacob Rothschild in front of a “summoning satan” painting
And who’s tied to other high-level people in the Podesta WikiLeaks emails.
Make sure to watch til the end to hear about my experience at a Tesla secret society in Belgrade Serbia, where Abromovic is from.
You’re going to want to hear it.
I get into the occult and my understanding of the spirit world.
Particularly how there are light and dark spirits.
Plus you get to hear Tim’s take on this as well.
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The soundtrack of the ad is so blurred I cannot understand a single word.
How can Microsoft not want you to see the video when they released it in the first place? It was only taken down because it received over 200k dislikes for obvious reasons.
Maybe as an antidote to what’s shown in the video, here’s a movie called “Finding Joe”.
It’s about the mythology studied by Joseph Campbell and the Hero’s Journey.
As far as I’m concerned, that journey is far more exciting and rewarding than the narcissistic abomination in those living like vampires, in ecstasy caused by torture.
I’ve accomplished 4 Hero’s Journeys in my life so far, and there’s not 1 day I’ve had regrets, ha!