The book of Ecclesiastes tells us that there is nothing new under the sun.
We know that the “elites” are constantly pushing back against societal norms and one of the ways they do it is by turning to paganism and away from Christianity. This has been going on for years.
One of the favorite ways to do this is by embracing ritualistic, pagan, and/or tribal beliefs. The allure for the “woke” modern elite is pretty obvious — it is an outright rejection of “white” Christianity and its accompanying morality while giving more credence to indigenous/minority beliefs.
Actress Megan Fox is clearly one of those people who want to be on the “right” side of history.
For years she has been applauded by Leftists for supporting the cross-dressing of her 9-year-old son which began when he was a toddler. If the boy was wearing dresses when he was 2, someone had to provide them for him.
Fox has embraced the absolutely bizarre teaching of gender theory to children that can cause them to be confused about their own identity.
Fox was featured on the April cover of Glamour UK and her interview with the magazine went into some very strange places including her weird, woo-woo New Age beliefs that include “rituals” where she and her fiancé, rapper Machine Gun Kelly (real name Colson Baker) drink a few drops of each other’s blood.
The interview reveals just how far the movie star has moved away from her Pentecostal Christian upbringing.
In an Instagram post announcing their engagement, Fox wrote in the caption that after they proposed, they drank each other’s blood.
The interview addressed this:
And then there’s the blood drinking. This is Megan’s first interview since accepting MGK’s marriage proposal. In their engagement video released in January this year and filmed at the foot of an ancient banyan tree at the Ritz-Carlton in Puerto Rico where they had met in January 2021 while filming Midnight In The Switchgrass (a film MGK has reportedly denounced) Megan posted on Instagram: “Just as in every lifetime before this one and as in every lifetime that will follow it, I said yes… And then we drank each other’s blood.”
I have to clarify: “Um, so did you actually drink each other’s blood?”
“Yeah. So, I guess to drink each other’s blood might mislead people or people are imagining us with goblets and we’re like Game of Thrones, drinking each other’s blood,” she responds, laughing. “It’s just a few drops, but yes, we do consume each other’s blood on occasion for ritual purposes only.
“I’m much more controlled. I read tarot cards and I’m into astrology and I’m doing all these metaphysical practices and meditations. And I do rituals on new moons and full moons, and all these things. And so, when I do it, it’s a passage or it is used for a reason. And it is controlled where it’s like, ‘Let’s shed a few drops of blood and each drink it.’ He’s much more haphazard and hectic and chaotic, where he’s willing to just cut his chest open with broken glass and be like, ‘Take my soul,’” she says, dramatically mimicking her beloved’s alleged chest-bearing, chest-slashing passion.
“And that actually happens?” I ask wide-eyed, unsure if she is joking.
“It doesn’t not happen,” she responds, laughing. “Let me tell you. Maybe not exactly like that, but a version of that has happened many times.”
Here is the clip from the interview of Megan Fox talking about the weird blood ritual:
Megan Fox:“It’s just a few drops. But yes, we do consume each other’s blood on occasion, for ritual purposes only. It is used for a reason.” pic.twitter.com/kpbSdAJl3S
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Fox says that in addition to her beliefs in Tarot cards, astrology, and all the past lives of mumbo-jumbo, they’ve embraced shamanic rituals as a couple.
Later in the interview, she said that she felt that they needed an “injection of God” into their relationship, so they went to Costa Rica to have Peruvian shamans perform a ritual where they took drugs and sought answers from… God? The universe? Spirits? Demons? It’s unclear.
Last year, the couple went to Costa Rica where they took the indigenous psychoactive plant-based brew ayahuasca together that is said to open one’s mind and heal past trauma, administered by a shaman. (Ayahuasca is legal in Costa Rica, but not in the US or UK.) “That was a Hail Mary to be honest! We had gotten to a point where I was like, ‘We need essentially an adrenaline injection of God in this relationship,’’ Megan says.
“And we each went in with different questions that we wanted the medicine to answer for us. It was incredibly intense, the whole experience.” She tells me the details of the ceremony: fasting beforehand then drinking a tea that makes you vomit violently before taking the medicine, and I wonder what impact this had on their relationship? “It bound us together in a way,” she says, “it confirmed a lot of things for us that I needed to know or I needed to feel. It opened a door for a lot of healing for me, from a personal experience I had with him, that allowed us to get to a place where we were now seeking the right outlets to heal moving forward.”
She also said that she “felt the negativity” that was being “sent out in the universe” from “online hatred.”
If that’s not weird enough, Megan Fox thinks that she created her fiance with her thoughts when she was just 4 years old.
She talks about this New Age idea that thoughts and “good vibes” that are “put out into the universe” can be made into reality through something called “manifestation.” It’s a perversion of positive thinking into something self-centered and narcissistic.
Megan tells me that she believes she has been manifesting Colson since she was four years old, and I ask her if it’s true that he only took the role in Midnight In The Switchgrass so he could meet her.
“He says that,” she responds. “And I do believe even the day before, he was trying to basically quit the movie and his best friend, Rook, his drummer, and then also his manager, Ashleigh, were both like, ‘But your scenes are with Megan Fox.’ And he was like, ‘F*ck it! I’ll get on the plane.’
“And I had a reverse experience where I didn’t know why I was taking the movie. I just knew I needed to do it for some reason. And then when I was at the table read, there was still one character that hadn’t been cast. And I asked, ‘Who was playing that character?’ And they were like, ‘Oh, it’s Machine Gun Kelly.’ And I kind of knew the name, but didn’t, so I’m looking it up and I was like, ‘Oh, I’m going to be in so much trouble…’
“He’s literally my exact physical type that I’ve been manifesting since I was four. I’m also four years older than him. So, I think I made him. My thoughts and intentions grew him into the person that he is, who knows what he would’ve looked like or been like if it wasn’t for me.”
Source: Glamour UK
Here is the full “Unfiltered” interview with Glamour UK:
Prior to Christianity, this kind of pagan ritual was the norm.
People believed that their actions could alter the course of the universe and bend it to their will, and sought the help of spirits through rituals that included blood-letting.
Christianity sounds so much better to me.
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