BLM “Educators” Summon “Ancestor Spirits”

Bibles, the Ten Commandments, and the Lord's Prayer may not be welcome in government schools anymore, but “ancestor spirits” summoned by pagan “educators” are being encouraged to march right in. Apparently this paganism is part of achieving “racial justice.”

During a “Black Lives Matter” training seminar teaching teachers to indoctrinate children in their care into BLM racism and race-mongering at school, BLM social-justice “educators” literally summoned “ancestor spirits” and “holistic energy.”

“Ancestors watching, I know they're watching, ancestors watching, I know, I know,” chanted Jonathan Lykes, a professional race hustler and board member of a fringe black LGBT “progressive” group called “Black Youth Project 100” (BYP100).

“We're going to sing it together, we're going to sing it loud, and then I'm going to ask you to hold an ancestor in your head right now, have their name in your head,” he said, giving ideas about whose spirit to summon. “Now call out your ancestors into the room.”

After that, Lykes offered more details on what was taking place. “Holistic energy is the process of taking the energy in a space and transforming that energy so that all of us that exist in that space can come with our full selves,” he said. “In the Week of Black Lives, in the curriculum, we know that we cannot only bring pieces of ourselves to the work if we truly want to achieve liberation in our lifetime.”

Without explaining what sort of “liberation” he hoped to achieve or from what he needed to be liberated, Lykes then led the teachers and education students in breathing exercises before asking them how the “shift” in the room's “energy” resulting from the “ancestor spirits” made them “feel.” “Warmth,” responded one. Others threw out terms such as strength, courage, hopeful, pride, peace, faith, light, and liberation.

Finally, Lykes concluded by clapping loudly and repeatedly shouting “power,” “transformation,” and “I want it.” “I've got to, got to, got to have it, right now, right now, right now, right now, right now,” he screamed, sounding more like a pagan war lord than an educator.

“It only took us five minutes to shift the energy in this space together,” Lykes boasted. “The goal is for us to take that energy, and shift it outside places like this, because the world needs that light, the world needs that peace.”
Amid the bizarre chanting, the “educators” also taught teachers how to engage in necromancy in their own classrooms, and how to get young children involved in the occult practices with roots in African paganism.

The session took place during the “Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action Curriculum Fair” hosted by D.C. Area Educators for Social Justice and the “School of Education” at Howard University.

It was sponsored by “Teaching for Change,” which peddles Marxism to captive children in government schools, including the “Zinn Education Project.” It has been funded by billionaire globalist George Soros, taxpayers, mega-banks including Capital One, and other “progressive” tax-exempt foundations.

According to a write-up about the program, almost 150 educators and future teachers from D.C. were in attendance. “I loved finding ways to make the principles accessible to young children,” one attendee was quoted as saying.

The controversial video re-surfaced this week as top BLM leaders including self-styled Marxist co-founder Patrisse Cullors and BLM Los Angeles founder Melina Abdulla were exposed in audio tapes discussing their relationship with spiritual entities. “We’re not just having a social justice movement, this is a spiritual movement,” explained Cullors, who famously boasted on The Real News Network that she and another BLM co-founder were “trained Marxists.”

“Hashtags are for us, are way more than a hashtag, it is, um, literally almost resurrecting a spirit so they can work through us to get the work that we need to get done,” Cullors continued, saying she felt “accountable” to the spiritual entities and that she offered sacrifices to them including “honey and tobacco.”

“And that’s so important, not just for us to be in direct relationship to our people who’ve passed, but also for them to know we’ve remembered them,” continued the BLM co-founder. “Um, I believe so many of them work through us.”

The other BLM leader on the tape, Cal State Professor of African Studies Abdulla, spoke of her relationship with a spiritual being known as “Wakisha,” saying the two “laugh a lot” together. “Maybe I’m sharing too much, but we’ve become very intimate with the spirits that we call on regularly,” she explained.

Communicating with the dead, known variously as necromancy, sorcery, and witchcraft, are practices that are strictly prohibited in the Bible. In fact, the Bible suggests that the entities may in fact be demons rather than actual ancestral spirits.
Christian children from Christian homes are being exposed to all sorts of pagan and occult religious practices in public schools funded by Christian taxpayers across America. The consequences have been devastating — and it's getting worse. Parents and taxpayers must put a stop to it.

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