January 25, 2020
If something looks somehow related to demons, it probably is.
You have to kind of wonder why this sort of thing would be happening at the World Economic Forum. Almost as if there’s some connection between the global financial elite and satanic forces.
Julianne Hough has shocked fans by undergoing an exorcism-like healing treatment that had her screaming and writhing on a massage table.
The 31-year-old Dancing With the Stars alum joined Gwyneth Paltrow-approved body healer John Amaral on stage at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday to talk about tapping into energetic intelligence.
As part of the discussion, Amaral had Hough lie face down on a massage table so he could demonstrate how waves of stored emotion can be released through movement — and the results were jaw-dropping.
In the video, Amaral floats his hands over Hough, and her body starts to move in a wave pattern. The dancer can be seen jutting her backside into the air and arching her back.
‘This is spontaneous,’ the chiropractor insists. ‘It’s not a placebo effect. It’s reproducible.’
Amaral explains that Hough’s body is redirecting and dissipating stored energy — ‘freeing up the system to be more adaptable.’
Just when viewers think it can’t get any weirder, he mimes pulling something out of the dancer’s backside, and she starts screaming.
‘Expression of the emotion may happen when the system moves,’ he explains while Hough’s body twitches and ripples on the table in front of him.
And just like that, the demonstration is over, and a smiling Hough pops up to discuss her experience with the audience, explaining that it was ‘stored emotion’ that came out of her.
‘I feel so much more liberated on the inside that I can speak my truth clearly and stand in my power and not feel overtaken by … emotion, my mind, and I feel free inside myself to just be,’ she says.
Jackie Schimmel Haas, the host of the ‘B**h Bible’ podcast, shared the bizarre footage on Instagram, writing: ‘Gonna tell my kids this is the Exorcist.’
Unsurprisingly, the footage left more than a few people feeling lost for words, with Vanderpump Rules star Stassi Schroeder commenting: ‘What in the actual…’
‘What the literally f*ck is going on,’ asked Southern Charm star Naomie Olindo.
‘Is he pulling the demonic spirit out of her booty??? So many questions. Calling a priest,’ joked comedian Heather McMahan.
Calling a priest isn’t a bad idea.
Occultist Aleister Crowley talked about “sexual magic” and anal “sex” being a tool to attract demons.
Wikipedia on the Muladhara Chakra:
Muladhara is located near the coccygeal plexus beneath the sacrumit, while its kshetram, or superficial activation point, is located between the perineum and the coccyx or the pelvic bone. Because of its location and connection with the act of excretion, it is associated with the anus. Muladhara is said to be the base from which the three main psychic channels or nadis emerge: the Ida, Pingala and Sushumna.
Among circles of people interested in messing with demons, all of this “stored energy” and “energy centers” stuff that celebrities such as Julianne Hough and Gwyneth Paltrow engage in is taken very seriously.
These celebrities are doing all kinds of weird sexual stuff.
Daily Mail, July 9, 2019:
Julianne Hough has revealed a sex therapist ‘saved’ her relationship with husband Brooks Laich.
The America’s Got Talent judge, 30, married the ice hockey player, 36, in July 2017 after four years of dating, but admitted they have sought professional help to learn how to ‘please each other sexually, but also intimately’.
The professional dancer explained the couple’s ‘curiosity‘ managed to ‘save’ their relationship ‘many times’ because the process helped them to determine each other’s ‘erotic blueprint‘.
They are starting to promote this more openly in a societal context that views sex as a means to experience pleasure, a means to “empower” oneself, and a means to rebel.