Thursday, 25 May 2017

Letter from a Former Skeptic and Atheist

"Dear Mr Sheridan,

I have been an atheist and skeptic all my 54 yrs. Never indoctrinated by my parents and never went back to Sunday school after the minister slapped my face for "mocking Jesus and asking too many questions". Age7! 

However not believing in the Abrahamic god (infantile psychopath, smiting people left right and centre for his own fuckups) does not mean I can't think. With the destruction and inevitable collapse of western "civilisation" speeding up, I can feel evil at work. 

At a drunken teen party back in the 70's someone brought out the Ouija board.What has stuck in my mind is someone asking for the name of the spirit and the letters Z..O being spelled out. Someone laughed and the shot glass we were using as a planchette flew off the table and smashed. Party over!

Now while trawling the net, I came across some Ouija board vids. Well I guess you know what I found. Endless vids with this same demon spelling out its name. WTF? How would they get the same name? I have never mentioned it ever before. I am now convinced of the "supernatural". 

Didn't make me run to god but convinced me to study and investigate. Being a fellow Celt (Scot) you know we also have megaliths and barrows and "haunted" forests etc and I FEEL something electric in such places. I have also studied AH and the Third Reich all my life, trying to figure out how and why, and after hundreds of books I couldn't get the why? I bought the Lamb Lash book on your recommendation and it is wonderful, so wanting to support your work I ordered Walpurgis Night and The Druid Code. Just finished the first and now feel I have an idea of the how and why. 

You have taught a skeptic to go with his intuition, I love your work. Good luck and stay safe."



  1. I've been investigating the possibility of demons for sometime, or whatever they are. While things like chronozon 333 (which was a very interesting video of yours that sounds like Anubis in its power) the bitch that causes sleeping paralysis (Lilith, one of the most dangerous) and the little shit from the Exorcist with a dick on its head are sinister, I think there are others that are neither good nor bad.

    Something that has been popping up online in recent times and in the last decade is a creature called 'The Jester', some call it Heyoka and there are various names for it across the world, including PEPE and KEK. Well, there are other weird stories. A decade or so ago some girls reported being contacted by a spirit called the Jester via a Ouija Board...the activity of this creature seemed to be different than other horror stories. It said it was 'in love' with one of the girls, which in a way was funny. Then it threw the Ouija board around and when they stopped using it, activity stopped. It was only when the girl used it again that bad things happened. There's a video below with this story, if true, at 5:15 in the video, the Jester seems to be more powerful than originally thought and it seemed to be warning the girls not to play with the board, rather than hurting them it frightened them to stop. The closest thing to the Jester in demonology is Satan, he's got all the rude and cheeky fuckin' jokes, and is an artist in himself. You can see that with how satanist are funny people. Not only this but 'The Jester' seems to be making its rounds online. Some people call themselves that from all over the world, it seems to be a badge of honour...and I prefer them doing that than calling themselves 'Psychopaths' while they are not and killing people in the name of their country. In Egyptian gods it would be KEK and PEPE...who laugh at everything, and made a comeback in the recent years. Something is going on. Not only that but the Jester out tricks psychopaths, he seems to be a trickster fighting for humanity and against evil entities. Laughing at demons is said to make them run, 'The Jester' behind it? That's what monks say. Even Buddah, the funniest god of them all, has a laugh on his face, a sense of humour. When you look at the evidence, you will see that there is a very good demon that has the power to chase the darkest forces away. Yet he remains hidden. 5:15 in this video, but I see it as it frightening them to make them stop.

  2. I remember when atheists were interesting thought provoking free thinkers and intellectuals. In the last decade in particular, They have become lunatic zealots and evangelical preachers, Thought shaming and decrying heretics who don't accept their world view. They have allied themselves with the progressive agenda to the point where they are inextricably linked, Thus polarizing everyone into the you are with us or against us camps,And you are a "retard" if you deviate from their nihilistic viewpoint even a little bit. Many of them have become as dogmatic as the bible thumping creationists they ridicule and they have not the slightest self awareness to see how they come across. For yea, T'is written in the book of Dawkins, He who beleiveth in me will have everlasting intellectual superiority to troll on the interweb ect."

    1. John from Scotland.30 May 2017 at 23:47

      My thoughts exactly.I had never really thought of myself as an "atheist",I just went through life not being religious and not believing in the christian god,jesus etc.The next thing,all the "super atheists"became a "thing"in debates and so on which I found entertaining.All of a sudden I'm part of a community where logic and reason rule and the supernatural was banished and ridiculed.Kinda started to feel like a religion!or cult.Now I study as much as I can and keep my beliefs to myself.If a so called "super atheist"can't sniff evil or notice intuition when their brains are screaming,Danger Danger then good luck to them.They have become what they all hate.A dogmatic,smug cult.