Witches of Wall Street?
We have received a tip from our readership about their experience at one of the American investment banks in New York City. To protect the names of the innocent and the name of the financial institution we will change them. This piece will be deemed as conjecture in its highest form but we feel it deserves further investigation.
The person who participated in the conversation with a director, we will call Gabby, and the director will be known as Lisa. One day Gabby was chatting with Lisa, and Lisa shared she was taking Kabbalah classes, to enhance her “management” style. Later Gabby began to realize many women were in key management roles at this bank. After 20 years of working in the banking industry she knew this was extremely rare.
The Kabbalah is based on a series of Visions delivered to a person in a Trance. To Christians, THAT should be raising alarm bells. The Kabbalah is based on a series of books, that are called THE ZOHAR. This is usually published in 4 to 6 volumes. It claims to be a revelation from the God of the Old Testament. The implications are immense ! According to those involved in the Kabbalah (and there are many), the Zohar is essentially A commentary on the Old Testament, but it was written by people who are clearly SPIRITUALISTS: A Spiritualist is a person who consults the dead, and who consults familiar spirits. In other words, the Zohar – which is what the Kabbalah is based on – is actually a work of the Occult.
Gabby was aware when women practice witchcraft (especially the darkside) they manipulate male energy and eventually they begin to look more masculine. This is why witches are frequently depicted as masculine demons in movie adaptations. One day Gabby saw Lisa’s boss and she looked even more manly than Lisa! The brief appearance of Lisa’s boss caused even more contemplation on the Kabbalah class comment.
Why the interest in the Kabbalah at the management level for banking? Admittedly, Lisa is not Jewish yet she shared there is so much to learn from this ancient occult book for management. Is it possible this is a banking elite coven? Where women master certain levels of Kabbalah knowledge then are promoted up the ranks. The higher you progressive the more manly in appearance you become? I have heard of management, studying the “Art of War,” to apply to management — but the Kabbalah?
The whole concept of manly featured women at an investment bank is quite eerie and unsettling. Gabby claimed you could see an unhealthy look to their skin and their hands were huge and thick like a mans. It reminds of the episode of Seinfeld where the woman had man hands and Seinfeld could not stomach it. I believe this is a question of energy. If a person passess the energy of happiness consistently through their body they have a happy face — less frown lines, etc.
Nor did they repent of their murders, their magic arts, their sexual immorality or their thefts.
If a person is consistently sullen their face looks hardened and many lines appear in their face. Is it possible when people practice Kabbalah they begin to look masculine? If there is any merit to this theory we should be concerned there is a witch coven in an American bank. The Bible tells us in the prophetic book of the Bible there are people who practice “magic arts.” These people could be our family members, friends, neighbors, co-workers, acquaintances, and strangers but the Bible tells us they will be operating in our time. I hope Gabby is careful at her job and steers clear — if these ladies are really witches.
Michael Erevna, is Editor-in-chief and author of “THY SUN, THY ROD, and THY STAFF”